College Basketball DFS Advice, 11/13

David Duke (DK: 7,800, FD: 7,200)
While Alpha Diallo is a stud and the more expensive player on Providence, David Duke is a great player in his own right and can be had for a more affordable price. Through two games, Duke is averaging 16 points, 6.5 assists and 5.5 rebounds per game. Now against a Northwestern team that has already lost to Merrimack, Providence should provide enough offense for both Diallo and Duke to have big games.  
Jahaad Proctor (DK: 7,000, FD: 7,000)
7,000 may seem like a steep price for a bargain, but Jahaad Proctor has arguably been Purdue’s best player so far this season and isn’t being priced as so. Proctor scored 26 points in the season opener, and though Texas limited him to just 12 points, Marquette is not known for defense like Shaka Smart’s teams are. Proctor could have a big night as Purdue attempts to keep up with Markus Howard.   
Kyle Young (DK: 6,100, FD: 5,400)
Kyle Young was the best player on the floor in Ohio State’s win against Cincinnati as he went for 14 points and 13 rebounds. Against Villanova, Young could be in for another strong game as Andre Wesson’s eye injury will keep him out of the game. Young is always a threat to post a double-double and is a cheap option especially on FanDuel.    
Christian Vital (DK: 8,500, FD: 8,000)
Christian Vital is a stud and will likely be UConn’s best player this year, but Vital’s big fantasy numbers in the first game could be fool’s gold. Vital had seven steals, seven rebounds and just three assists, which could be very difficult to replicate. As a guard, Vital is unlikely to total seven rebounds again, and seven steals is very difficult to do even one time.
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (DK: 8,300, FD: 7,900)
Robinson-Earl is an extremely talented player, but his first game against a high major opponent could be a struggle. Ohio State likes to play physical, defensive games and Robinson-Earl could struggle to match his 24 points and 13 rebounds from his collegiate debut.