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NCAA Week 5 Offensive Waiver Adds for 2021

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Week 4 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 5.


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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Spencer Sanders, Oklahoma State – 34% rostered

Week 4 Stat Line: 344 passing yds, 2 TDs, 0 interceptions; 18 rushing yds, 1 rush TD

Sanders missed the opening game against Missouri State because of COVID protocol and started off the season with two slow performances. In Week 4, he broke out in a big win against Kansas State and could be up for a strong finish for the rest of the season.

Sam Hartman, Wake Forest – 23% rostered

Week 4 Stat Line: 270 passing yds, 3 TDs, 0 interceptions; 16 rushing yds

Hartman had a strong performance last Friday night against Virginia and helped Wake Forest improve to stay undefeated on the season. Hartman has scored over 20 points in each of his four games and is a solid starter moving forward if you need a bye fill-in. He is only a Sophomore, so in C2C formats, so he could have a couple of years of production even if he does not make it as an NFL prospect.

 

Running Backs

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Charles Williams, UNLV – 39% rostered

Week 4 Stat Line: 102 rushing yds, 1 TD, 96 receiving yds

Williams had a strong Week 1 performance with over 30 fantasy points, but the two weeks after that he had underwhelming performances. In Week 4, against a hot Fresno State team, Williams had another strong performance with over 27 fantasy points. He is a matchup play but has shown to have big fantasy days, so he would be a solid add on your bench.

Tayon Fleet Davis, Maryland – 10% rostered

Week 4 Stat Line: 60 rushing yds, 2 TDs; 33 receiving yds

Davis has recorded double-digits in fantasy points in all four games for Maryland this year. He only has one game over 100 rushing yards but has at least three receptions and a TD in three out of four games. Although Maryland passes 56% of the time, they still have plenty of opportunities to score and enough attempts for Davis who is the lead back.

Wide Receivers

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Parker Washington, Penn State – 20% rostered

Week 4 Stat Line:  148 receiving yds, 2 TDs

Washington has had modest production in his first three games with his highest receiving yard total being 57. In Week 4, he broke out for a huge game, albeit against a lower team like Villanova. Penn State is top 40 in passing yards per game, so there is plenty of opportunities for Washington. You may want to wait and see if he can put multiple games together but he is definitely a player who should be on your bench.

Xavier Worthy, Texas – 17% rostered

Week 4 Stat Line:  100 receiving yds, 3 TDs

Worthy started off the season slow for Texas with only three receptions in the first two weeks. In the last two weeks, he has come into his own with 22 and 33 fantasy points. Worthy seems to have become a go-to receiver for the offense that seems to be hitting its stride. He is probably rostered in C2C formats, but if not, he is a player to roster, as he is only a Freshman.


Thanks for checking out the NCAA Week 5 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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