This article is part of our DFS College Basketball series.
Jordan Murphy, F, Minnesota ($9,300 DK, $8,500 FD): Murphy draws the North Florida Ospreys tonight, which are basically he perfect team to target from a DFS perspective. They play fast (No. 26 in tempo, per KenPom), and sit at just No. 255 in defensive efficiency. They don't have a frontcourt rotation player over 6-foot-8, and are generous to their opponents on the offensive glass. Blowout potential could be the only factor keeping Murphy from a 40-point fantasy effort. He'll be owned by me on both sites.
McKinley Wright, G, Colorado ($8,900 DK, $8,100 FD): Look for a late-night shootout between Colorado and New Mexico, with Colorado checking in with the highest implied point total on the slate. Like Murphy, Wright gets a pretty favorable fantasy environment. The Lobos are No. 11 in tempo, and all the way down at 270 in defensive efficiency. Wright leads the Buffaloes in minutes percentage, offensive rating and usage rate, making him a pretty chalk play in cash games.
Eric Paschall ($7,200 DK, $7,900 FD): Paschall has bumped up his scoring over his last five games, averaging 17.6 points across 36.8 minutes. He has yet to get a double-double despite flirting with it several times, but is a capable passer who typically adds a few blocks or steals to his fantasy totals. I don't believe Penn has a defender capable of defending him, and while pace is working against him, there's some GPP upside. Paschall and the Wildcats are just seven-point road favorites,