College Basketball DFS Advice, 11/16

Jason Preston (DK: 8,000, FD: 8,300)
Though getting Villanova following their blowout loss to Ohio State likely won’t end well for Ohio, Jason Preston is worth playing on DFS. Preston has been having a monster season, averaging 18.0 points, 9.7 assists, 9.0 rebounds and 3.0 steals per game. Ohio hasn’t faced competition like Villanova, but Preston being the just fourth highest priced guard on DraftKings is a steal.
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (DK: 7,800, 7,000)
Robinson-Earl was an avoid against Ohio State, and he struggled against the Buckeyes’ size. Robinson-Earl had just eight points and six rebounds and totaled only 16.5 DK points. Against Ohio, Robinson-Earl should get back on track with a game similar to his opener where he had 42.8 DK points.
Adam Kunkel (DK: 6,600, FD: 5,900)
There are five players priced higher than Kunkel in the Belmont/Boston College game alone, which is crazy. Kunkel dropped 28 points in Belmont’s last game and could easily have another big scoring game on Saturday. Someone capable of scoring 28 points is worth a look, especially on FanDuel where he’s priced below 6,000.  
Quinton Rose (DK: 5,700, FD: 5,900)
Quinton Rose averaged 16.3 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2.2 blocks last season. Rose has gotten off to a bit of a slow start this season, especially in the assists and steals department, but against La Salle he could get back to form. At less than 6,000 on both sites, a player as talented as Rose is a must-play.     
Mike Smith (DK: 7,800, FD: 6,700)
You don’t need me to tell you the style of play that Virginia uses. Their slow, grind-it-out pace leads to lower scoring games and less exciting stat-lines. Mike Smith has averaged 21.3 points, 5.7 assists and 4.0 rebounds this season, but it would be shocking if he cleared those numbers against Virginia’s defense. His price on both sites is an easy fade against the reigning champions.