This article is part of our CFB Waiver Wire series.
Welcome to this year's first installment of the waiver wire watch. Throughout the college football season, I'll pick two guys from every conference who either caught my eye in the previous week or who have a favorable match-up in the near future. As always, I'll get to any questions or comments you have in the comments section below.
Joey Magnifico, TE, Memphis
Magnifico is likely the last available player from Memphis is season-long formats and there's reason to believe he has legitimate breakout potential. The senior's targets increased late in the season and he had two or more catches in four of the Tigers' last six games. With opening games against Ole Miss, Southern and South Alabama, you could do a lot worse at the tight end position.
Patrick Carr, RB, Houston
I realize that quarterback D'Eriq King is going to eat up most of the team's rushing yards, but I'm a bit shocked that Carr hasn't been rostered in deeper leagues. Houston has absolutely no defense and they will attempt to run up and down the field each week. Carr rushed for 873 yards and five touchdowns last season which means that his floor is most likely worth a reserve spot. He's at the very least worth a temporary plug and play during a bye week for a fantasy starter.
Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami
Jordan was the most impressive of the offensive 'Canes in Week 0 while hauling in five of eight targets for