Early college football DFS picks September 26: Get some R&R

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AUSTIN, TX – SEPTEMBER 15: Joshua Moore #14 of the Texas Longhorns catches a pass for a touchdown in the third quarter defended by Ajene Harris #27 of the USC Trojans at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on September 15, 2018 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images) /

College football DFS wide receiver picks September 26:

Top Tier:

Spencer Rattler is no dummy. He looked to Charleston Rambo early and often against Missouri State. He’ll do the same against Kansas State. He’s worth every penny in this game.

Joshua Moore looks like Sam Ehlinger’s new favorite receiver this year. There will be plenty of opportunities against Texas Tech for Moore to shine again. It’s tough to fit both Moore and Rambo in a line, but it can be done with the tons of value at running back on this slate.

Terrace Marshall is one of the few holdovers for LSU. He vaults to the head of the receiving class here. I would expect LSU to establish the run first, but Marshall is still going to see a lot of targets in this one.

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Middle Tier:

George Pickens could be in for a huge game against Arkansas. With Georgia being very mum about the depth chart, the only thing that we know for sure is that Pickens is the leading receiver and it’s not close. Now if only we could get a handle on running back or who will be tossing the pigskin to Pickens….

The sheer volume for Jordan Addison makes him worth a look. The issue is that he only has 92 yards on 14 catches. However, Pitt has given him seven carries as well. This is a guy they want involved in the offense. They are desperately going to need Addison to have a big game if they want to pull the upset on Louisville.

Taj Harris is literally the only weapon for the Syracuse offense. The bad news is that he has caught less than half of his targets through two games. Some of that is on the QB, but Harris needs to help him out some. If he does, Harris could be in for a big game.

Don’t pay the premium on Tutu Atwell. Dez Fitzpatrick’s output isn’t much lower and he is $2,100 less.

Bargain Shoppers:

Kadarius Toney is one of the more electric players on the Florida roster. He’s listed as a receiver, but the Gators are going to use him all over the field. I like him a lot at this price point. His skill set is comparable to Percy Harvin for those of you that remember how he terrorized the SEC.

The Mike Leach hire was the best thing that could have happened for Osirus Mitchell. Both he and Tyrell Shavers are going to have a big role in this offense. In fact, all Mississippi State receivers are cheap enough to take shots on. Dontea Jones and Garrett Shrader could be just as important to this passing game. Air raids are great for wide receivers. Who knew?

Chabastin Taylor is big and fast and will be a tough matchup for the Oklahoma defense. Kansas State moved the ball at will against the Sooners last year. I think this will go differently in Norman, but K-State isn’t going to get shut out. There are some decent options on this offense.

It’s hard to tell which Texas Tech receiver will get the most receptions, but I can tell you that KeSean Carter is way too cheap for the amount of targets he got in the opener. Yeah, it was Houston Baptist, but that game stayed close for more than three quarters. This wasn’t a fluke.