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NCAA Week 7 Offensive Waiver Adds for 2021

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Week 6 of college football is over, and we are looking forward. Let’s take a look at some offensive NCAA waiver adds for Week 7.

Weekly, I 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. 



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Hendon Hooker, Tennessee – 23% rostered

Week 6 Stat Line: 225 passing yds, 3 TDs, 0 interceptions; 66 rushing yds, 1 rushing TD

Hooker is a transfer from Virginia Tech and many thought he would be a day one starter, but it took a Joe Milton injury for him to get the reins to the offense. Since then, Hooker has scored over 30 fantasy points and has 60 or more rushing yards in three of four games. His ability to run adds a solid floor to Hooker’s fantasy production and is a good fill-in based on the matchup for Tennessee.


Running Backs

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Brad Roberts, Air Force – 38% rostered

Week 6 Stat Line: 140 rushing yds, 1 TD

Many don’t think of the Air Force offense when you think of fantasy production, but they run the ball the most in the NCAA with 66 per game. Roberts is the leading rusher of the offense with 680 yards so far this season and he has double-digit fantasy points in all five games this year. So far this season, Roberts has 20 or more carries in four of five games, so the opportunity is there for solid production each week.

Hassan Haskins, Michigan – 32% rostered

Week 6 Stat Line: 123 rushing yds, 2 TDs

Michigan is 16th in the NCAA in rushing attempts per game with over 45 a game. Many people talk about the speedy Blake Corum because of his electric plays, but Haskins is a steady producer. He has 13 or more fantasy points and at least one TD in five of his six games. Haskins is not utilized much as a receiver but is the goalline back, so he should continue to get TD opportunities.

Wide Receivers

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Tyler Snead, East Carolina – 49% rostered

Week 6 Stat Line:  82 receiving yds

East Carolina passes the ball 62% of the time, giving receivers plenty of opportunities each game. Snead has at least four receptions in each game and has scored double-digit fantasy points in his last five games. With a 23% target share in this pass-happy offense, he is a good player to have on your bench. As only a Sophomore, Snead could have two more years in C2C formats.

Joshua Cephus, UTSA – 15% rostered

Week 6 Stat Line:  83 receiving yds, 1 TD

UTSA passes the ball over 61% of the time and Cephus is the main receiver with 457 yards. He and Zakhari Franklin both are 1A and 1B options in this passing attack, but Chepus has the larger target share at 29%. In all six games this year, Cephus has double-digit fantasy points and, in three of the last four games, has over 20 fantasy points. As a junior, Cephus is also good for another year of production in C2C leagues.

Tight End

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Tyrick James, Tulane – 27% rostered

Week 6 Stat Line:  54 receiving yds, 1 TD

Tulane is top 30 in the NCAA in passing percentage and the offense is lead by promising QB Michael Pratt. The leading receiver is James in this offense with over 300 yards and three TDs. After the top TEs, it is hard to get consistent production, but James has at least 11 fantasy points in all six games this year.

Thanks for checking out the NCAA Week 7 Offensive Waiver Adds! You can read all my work on my IDP Guys Author Page and find me on Twitter @hayeb3


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