This article is part of our College Basketball Waiver Wire series.
Week 2 of the season didn't provide a ton of injuries (thankfully) or dramatic role changes. That's great for lineup stability but bad for this column and/or trimming some of the fat off the back end of your bench after some draft day speculation. But at worst, there are some emerging bigs included here that could provide some roster depth or occasional weekly plug ins.
P.J. Hall, F, Clemson
Hall is a player I targeted in the later rounds of a startup ACC/SEC dynasty draft a few weeks ago, and the returns look terrific early on. He's a former top-50 recruit who struggled to get on the floor last year behind a veteran front line, but with Clemson in a rebuild, Hall is seeing opportunity as a sophomore and showing promise. After a six-point season debut, he's scored in double-digits every time out, twice posting 22 point, eight board lines. Clemson had a busy week, playing four games, so hopefully you're in a weekly add spot where Hall was ignored a week ago.
Kadin Shedrick, C, Virginia
Shedrick isn't going to be confused with Jay Huff, but he's looking useful and likely has center eligibility. He's scored in double-digits twice in four outings, no small accomplishment in this offense, all while pulling in five boards or better three times. Not huge successes, but given the position you could do worse. And Shedrick's size is proving to be solid in rim protection, swatting three or more shots