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Ty Jones, RB, Florida State
Aside from a rough game against Oklahoma, Jones has put together three good games this year. He also has a receiving touchdown to go with his two rushing touchdowns. Just keep your expectations modest, however, because Florida State also gives the ball to Jermaine Thomas and Chris Thompson.
Kris Burd, WR, Virginia
Both of Burd's big games have come against non-FBS opponents, but he also managed a touchdown against USC, so maybe there is some real value here.
Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor
Wright has had two really good games and two bad games, so he may be a bit of a risk. Still, with Robert Griffin under center there is reason to have some confidence in Baylor's offense.
James Sims, RB, Kansas
When the Jayhawks lost to North Dakota State to open the season, it was hard to imagine them doing much this year. They've since bounced back a bit, and Sims has been a big part of that, as his 115-yard, two-touchdown performance against New Mexico State can attest to.
Ray Graham, RB, Pittsburgh
Dion Lewis obviously isn't going anywhere, but Graham has played too well lately to not earn more playing time. He ran for 100 yards on 14 carries against Miami (FL) while Lewis was only able to total just 41 on 12 carries. Graham is a good player to have in Big East-only leagues right now.
Demetris Murray, RB,