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NCAA Week 4 Offensive Waiver Adds for 2021

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Week 3 of college football is in the books. Let’s take a look at some NCAA Waiver Adds — on the offensive side of the ball — for Week 4.


Weekly, I will provide NCAA Waiver Adds for offensive players who are rostered under 50%, according to Fantrax. The goal of these articles is to give insight into both College Fantasy Redraft and Campus to Canton (C2C) leagues. Let’s take a look at some players to check for your league’s waiver wire!

Disclaimer: All league sizes and formats are different, so some of these players may or may not be available in your league. 

 

Quarterbacks

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Connor Bazelak, Missouri – 20% rostered

Week 3 Stat Line: 346 passing yds, 3 TDs, 0 interceptions

Bazelak continued his strong performance this season with three TDs against Southeast Missouri. He only has one interception on the season and at least 250 yards and two TDs each game. The main issue with Bazelak is his lack of rushing production, but he could be a solid fill-in on a bye week.

Austin Kendall, Louisiana Tech – 13% rostered

Week 3 Stat Line: 351 passing yds, 4 TDS, 1 interception; 20 rushing yds, 1 rush TD

Kendall was mediocre for the first two games but had a huge performance against SMU in Week 3. He does not have many rushing yards but has one rushing TD each game, allowing for a solid floor each week. Kendall is not a player that has much NFL potential but if he can continue to build on the SMU performance, he could be a sleeper for the rest of the college season.

 

Running Backs

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Rasheen Ali, Marshall – 32% rostered

Week 3 Stat Line: 189 rushing yds, 3 TD, 8 receiving yards

After two lackluster games — in terms of yards — Ali broke out in a losing effort against Eastern Carolina. He has seven TDs on the year and had the most carriers in three games in week three. Marshall is ranked in the top 50 in rushing yards, so Ali is a stash. As a Freshman, Ali could give production for four years in C2C leagues.

Treyson Potts, Minnesota – 39% rostered

Week 3 Stat Line: 121 rushing yds, 3 TD

Potts has been the recipient of most of the carries since Mohammed Ibrahim was hurt in Week 1 against Ohio State. He has 26 and 34 carries in the last two games with well over 100 yards each game and a total of seven TDS. Minnesota has a run-heavy offense and this, with his rostered percentage, should be the last week he is under 50%.

Wide Receivers

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Charleston Rambo, Miami – 42% rostered

Week 3 Stat Line:  156 receiving yds, 2 TDS

Although Miami has struggled so far this season, Oklahoma transfer Rambo has seen at least five receptions in each game. He broke out in this past week against a good Michigan State defense. Miami is attempting over 40 passes a game, so the volume is there and this will be the last week his rostered percentage should be under 50%. Rambo could also provide sneaky NFL potential in C2C formats.

Rashee Rice, SMU – 33% rostered

Week 3 Stat Line:  73 receiving yds, 2 TDS

SMU is top 10 in the NCAA in passing yards per game and Rice is the second leading receiver on the team behind Danny Gray. Rice also has a TD in each game this year and this offense has shown it can produce multiple fantasy receivers.

Tight Ends

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Marshon Ford, Louisville – 25% rostered

Week 3 Stat Line:  100 receiving yds, 1 TD

Ford is a converted receiver and has been a big target for Malik Cunningham so far this year at Louisville. In two out of three games, he has at least four receptions, and, based on this past week, he may be ready to break out even more. As only a sophomore, Ford is someone who could be valuable on the C2C side for a couple of years at the TE spot.


Thanks for checking out the NCAA week 4 offensive waiver adds! You can read all my work on my IDP Guys Author Page and find me on Twitter @hayeb3

BHaye

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