This article is part of our DFS College Basketball series.
The good news about Friday's slate is that you can technically use any player from these games with every over/under above 130 points. That wasn't the case on Thursday and that left for some similar lineups. The other difference maker, per usual, will be the ownership of Zion Williamson and R.J. Barrett. You could take a chance on the most expensive guys or build a more balanced roster and hope the other high-end guys produce close to 40 fantasy points.
Once again, this is the biggest decision on the slate. Williamson is coming off a huge 32-point, 11-rebound performance in which he took over late in the game. That's reason enough to avoid Barrett after he had only 33.5 DK points in the previous meeting against Virginia Tech (21 points, four boards, five assists). He's rebounded better in recent games, but his shot selection is harder to trust than Williamson's. Virginia Tech will also work in some zone and that usually favors Williamson, who is better suited to attack from the top of the key, while Barrett tends to hang around the perimeter. Williamson is one of the few players that saw his price rise at FanDuel, but that still may not be reason enough to fade him.
Cassius Winston, Michigan State ($8,600 FD, $8,800 DK):
Winston is the logical pivot from Barrett in cash games since he always tends to get