Let’s take a look at some of our top value plays for Week 10, categorized by game slate.

These Value Plays are comprised of players poised to out-produce their DraftKings salaries this week. These are the “diamonds in the rough” that your competitors may overlook. They are the difference-makers you need in your lineup to win one of the big DraftKingscontests!

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The game slate is small, so we are combining positions.

1) RB Alfred Ramsby, Georgia Southern vs. Troy ($4900)
Ramsby has scored in his last six games and could find the end zone against a weak Troy defense. He could easily hit value this week and appears to be a tremendous punt option.

2) RB Brandon Hayes, Memphis vs. Tulsa ($4200)
Hayes had 100 yards and a score last week against SMU and appears to be back in the RB rotation for the Tigers. Hayes could do some damage this week with Tulsa on the docket.

3) WR Shaq Washington, Cincinnati vs. Tulane ($5300)
Washington is a PPR machine, which really helps his value on Draft Kings. He had 12 receptions last week and could approach that number this week against Tulane.



1) QB Patrick Towles, Kentucky vs. Missouri ($6000)
Towles had a huge game last week against Miss State; accounting for over 450 total yards and four total scores. He could post similar numbers this week against Missouri and comes in at a nice price.


1) RB Jon Hilliman, Boston College vs. VA Tech ($4500)
Hilliman scored twice last week and gets to face a Hokies defense that gave up over 350 yards rushing to Miami last week. He could find the end zone again and reach value this week.

2) RB William Stanback, UCF vs. UCONN ($4500)
Stanback had 97 yards and two scores last week versus Temple. He could have a nice game this week against the Huskies. Look for Stanback to reach value this week.


1) WR Deante Gray, TCU vs. West Virginia ($5200)
Gray dropped 165 yards and two scores on Texas Tech last week and could find more success this week against West Virginia. His value really shoots up if Josh Doctson is unable to play this week.

2) WR Mario Alford, West Virginia vs. TCU ($5600)
Alford had 136 yards and a score last week and could see plenty of targets against TCU. This game could be a track meet, with both teams throwing the ball often. Look for Alford to have a solid afternoon.

3) WR Tyler Boyd, Pitt vs. Duke ($5800)
Boyd is having a decent season and his upside is too good to pass on in this game. He could easily have a big week and his price is very appealing. Look for Boyd to show up this week.


1) TE Blake Bell, Oklahoma vs. Iowa State ($2600)
Bell scored in his last game and is worth a look at this price.



1) QB Kent Myers, Utah State vs. Hawaii ($4700)
With the top three QB’s on the roster all hurt, Myers will get the start this week against Hawaii. He looks to be a dual threat kid who has some upside at near minimum price.


1) RB Brian Hill, Wyoming vs. Fresno State ($5400)
Hill ran for 128 yards and two scores last week after Shaun Wick left with an injury. Wick is out at least three weeks, so insert Hill into your lineups now!

2) RB Tarean Folston, Notre Dame vs. Navy ($4800)
Floston is averaging 109 yards rushing and a score in the last two games and appears to be the main man in the Irish backfield. He could easily reach value this week and appears to be a nice punt option at the RB position.

3) RBCameron Artis-Payne, Auburn vs. Ole Miss ($4700)
Match up be damned here. I don’t care how good the Ole Miss defense is, getting Artis-Payne for $4700 is too good to pass up. The Auburn ground game is close to unstoppable and Artis-Payne could easily hit the 100-yard mark and add a score.


1) WR Josh Harper, Fresno State vs. Wyoming ($5800)
Harper could have a big night against Wyoming. He appears to be a bit under priced this week and looks like a very nice value play. Look for Harper to find the end zone for the third straight game.

2) WR Dwayne Stanford, Oregon vs. Stanford ($4000)
Stanford has become more involved in the Oregon passing game over the past four contests and could make for a solid punt play this week. He is an excellent red-zone option because of his size.

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