Week 4 of the college football season continues with a 12-game Saturday main slate on DraftKings. This $18 slate has a prize pool of $200,000, with $50,000 going to the winner. And, as always, you can expect the winning lineup to have at least one three-man stack. Let’s take a look at the best stacking options on the slate:
SMU, QB Tanner Mordecai ($9,000) and all his receivers:
Mordecai is the most expensive player on the slate and he is worth every penny, having topped 40 DK points twice in his first three games. He’s done it by throwing for 16 touchdowns and over 1,000 yards, and there are four legitimate receiving options to choose from, with the best values coming with tight end Grant Calcaterra ($4,900) and receiver Reggie Roberson Jr. ($4,500). Going onslaught (four players, same team) is super risky in college DFS, but if you were ever going to try it, this SMU offense is the place to look.
Mississippi State, QB Will Rogers ($7,800), Makai Polk ($6,200), Malik Heath ($5,900):
Rogers completed 50 passes last week. COMPLETED. Polk (11-136-1) and Heath (8-99-1) were the top beneficiaries, and value play Jaden Walley ($4,800) turned in his third straight game with at least 15 DK points. Pair Walley with one of the other two primary receivers and you still have made good value to go with Rogers.
Boise State vs. Utah State:
Neither one of these teams plays standout defense, which is great news for quarterbacks Hank Bachmeier ($7,300) and Logan Bonner ($5,600), who should have little trouble lighting up the stat sheet. Utah State’s Deven Thompkins ($8,000) has been one of the top receivers in the nation through three weeks and is a terrific single stack with his discount QB. Khalil Shakir ($7,400) is always in play for Boise State. If you believe this game shoots out, doubling up on both sides could be slate-breaking.