This article is part of our DFS College Basketball series.
Zion Williamson, Duke ($9,200 FD, $10,700 DK): KenPom gives Duke a 97 percent chance to win this road matchup, so the biggest risk to playing Zion (or his counterpart RJ Barrett - $8,800 FD, $10,100 DK) is this game getting out of hand early. Wake Forest and their No. 216 defense won't be able to do much to stop them, especially with a group of largely-inexperienced post players that have little match for Zion's athleticism. Furthermore, the Demon Deacons didn't have a particularly strong non-conference schedule to get them ready for this challenge, with Tennessee (a 19-point loss) being the only top-80 KenPom team they faced. Zion is perfectly capable of filling the stat sheet with only 20 minutes of playing time, however, so I wouldn't advise fading the Duke studs entirely. He had 25 & 10 across just 22 minutes Saturday against Clemson, after all.
Grant Williams, Tennessee ($9,100 FD, $10,500 DK): Williams has yet to score less than 32 FanDuel points in a game this year, and he's limited himself to just two personal fouls in each of his last four games (knock on wood), which makes him a pretty safe bet for cash games. He's admittedly in a tough spot against the 9-3 Tigers, a team that plays at an incredibly slow tempo (No. 327, per KenPom). You could look at this situation from the other side of the coin, as Missouri has a chance to keep this close enough for Williams to get all