This article is part of our College Basketball Waiver Wire series.
Another quiet week across the nation with regards to injuries, but we do have some speculative adds this week that can help those in conference-specific formats, paired with a few rotational changes creating some new/better opportunities.
John Hugley, C, Pittsburgh
This column has continued to churn out center options, something that hasn't been normal in prior seasons. As such, there's no excuse for that position to be a black hole in your lineups. Hugley has been a nice development for the Panthers. He's posted three 20-plus point outings and three double-doubles while seeing at least 30 minutes in each of the last three games. He doesn't block any shots, but he's Pitt's most consistent producer and well worth a roster spot.
Prentiss Hubb, G, Notre Dame
I simply refuse to believe Hubb will be this bad all season. He's never been an efficient shooter/scorer, so maybe the coaches feel he's more a detriment, but the Irish don't have many other options. He's quietly been in double-digits in points in three of four, with the one down tick being a scoreless outing against Illinois. It just seems like a good buy-low opportunity right now, as we have to think minutes, assists and in turn points will be there come season's end.
James Karnik, C, Boston College
Another center! Karnik has put up double-doubles in two of the Eagles' last four games while scoring in double digits three times in that span after failing to do so