This article is part of our College Basketball Waiver Wire series.
We are again a bit front court heavy, with a plethora of transfer big men getting comfortable in their new surroundings. In past years, I've focused my drafts on forwards early as there usually isn't the depth available on the wire throughout the year. This seasons seems the exception, which is hurting me a bit in leagues where I'm now searching for viable guard options.
Dallas Walton, C, Wake Forest
The Deacons have a plethora of new faces that I'm still familiarizing myself with, and Walton fits that mold as a senior transfer from Colorado. He's started every game in his new home, but hits minutes have varied greatly nightly, and to no surprise, so has his production. The real appeal here is Walton's ability to block shots in bunches. He swatted four last week against USC Upstate, the sixth time he's had multiple blocks in a night. And in scoring in double-digits in consecutive outings, Walton appears to be gaining confidence in his new surroundings.
David Collins, G, Clemson
For as much as I'll pat myself on the back for noting P.J. Hall in this column a few weeks back, he's not the only Tiger that's emerging. Collins, a USF transfer, is one rebound shy of three straight double-doubles. He's averaging a personal best 6.7 boards – terrific from the guard position – to go with a decent 11.4 points. He's also an asset in steals, putting up 1.7 nightly, something he was known