The beginning of every fantasy week is the time to rebuild or reload. If you need to rebuild your roster, you’re in luck. In this week’s Waiver Wire edition you will notice some familiar names that may have been recycled through your league’s waiver system since draft day, particularly Jawan Jamison, Antonio Andrews, and Josh Stewart.
Post-Week 3 College Fantasy Waiver Wire Report
J.W. Walsh, QB-Oklahoma St
After starting quarterback Wes Lunt left last week’s game with a leg injury, Walsh stepped in and accounted for 420 yards and five touchdowns. As long as Lunt’s status is unknown, Walsh should be near the top of many fantasy owners’ waiver list.
Kolton Browning, QB-UL-Monroe
Browning has passed for 649 yards and six touchdowns and rushed for 127 yards and two scores in the Warhawks’ first two games on the road against SEC schools.
Rakeem Cato, QB-Marshall
Cato leads the nation in passing yards (1,222) and passing yards per game (407.3).
Terrance Owens, QB-Toledo
The Rockets are 2-0 since Owens became the full-time starter and the offense should continue to roll this week against Coastal Carolina.
Jawan Jamison, RB-Rutgers
Not only did Jamison make a statement Thursday night on national television by carrying the ball 41 times for 151 yards at South Florida, but the Scarlet Knights proved that they are contenders in the Big East.
Dareyon Chance, RB-Western Michigan
The diminutive five-foot-five, 169-pound back shined in his first start of the season, running for 144 yards and a touchdown on 29 carries against Minnesota.
Antonio Andrews, RB-Western Kentucky
We were a big fan of Andrews on draft day, but he started the season splitting carries with Keshawn Simpson and some owners may have released him. After carrying the ball 34 times for 125 yards and three touchdowns in a 32-31 win over Kentucky on Saturday, Andrews showed why we ranked him #34 in our preseason running back rankings.
Jordan Hall, RB-Ohio St
Fantasy owners may have passed on drafting Hall because of a preseason injury, but he returned last week and ran for 87 yards on 17 carries.
Tevin King, RB-Louisiana Tech
After two games, the freshman running back leads the Bulldogs in rushing with 316 yards and has added three touchdowns.
Andre Davis, WR-South Florida
Davis has emerged as quarterback B.J. Daniels’ favorite target and has hauled in 20 receptions for 275 yards and two touchdowns in the last two games.
Devin Smith, WR-Ohio St
Now with two straight games with at least five catches, Smith is emerging as the play-making receiver that the Buckeyes need.
Josh Stewart, Oklahoma St
Since a quiet Week One against Savannah State, Stewart has caught 18 passes for 202 yards and two touchdowns.
Antavian Edison, WR-Purdue
Edison has recorded at least five catches, 50 yards, and a touchdown in every game this season.
Marquelo Suel, WR-Akron
Suel has at least six receptions in every game this season and has two 99-yard receiving games and three touchdowns.
Mike Evans, WR-Texas A&M
Evans followed up his seven-catch, 60-yards performance against Florida in the Aggies’ opener with a six-catch, 123-yard day against SMU this past weekend.
Chris Coyle, TE-Arizona St
Coyle leads the nation in receiving yards for tight ends and has led the Sun Devils in receiving yards or receptions in every game this season.
Last Week’s Waiver Wire Suggestions
Connor Halliday, QB-Wash St (378 pass yards, 4 TDs @ UNLV)
Brett Hundley, QB-UCLA (320 pass yards, 2 TDs vs Houston)
Venric Mark, RB-Northwestern (18 carries for 77 yards, 7 receptions for 42 yards vs BC)
Todd Gurley, RB-Georgia (10 carries for 111 yards, TD vs FAU)
Isaiah Burse, WR-Fresno St (3 receptions for 107 yards, TD vs Colorado)
Austin Franklin, WR-New Mexico St (7 receptions for 107 yards, 2 TDs at UTEP)
Jamison Crowder, WR-Duke (7 receptions for 84 yards, TD vs NC Central)
Rolandan Finch, RB-Boston College (19 yards rushing, 16 yards receiving @ NWestern)
Cody Getz, RB-Air Force (Bye)
Damien Williams, RB-Oklahoma (Bye)
Leighton Settle, RB-NIU (5 carries for 19 yards at Army)
Alex Neutz, WR-Buffalo (Bye)
by Joe DiSalvo
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