This article is part of our College Basketball Waiver Wire series.
I hereby reserve this first paragraph of the weekly college hoops waiver wire to write about Zion Williamson. He is fun to watch and does things each week that do not seem possible. It is clear that he is worth the ridiculous hype that follows him from game to game. Many college basketball seasons are defined by one player: there was the Kevin Durant season, the Michael Beasley season and the Jimmer Fredette season. This season is the Zion season. He is likely leading many fantasy teams to championships as well.
Let's take a look at who might help you in the final weeks of the season.
Torrin Dorn, guard, North Carolina State Wolfpack
Let's ignore the fact that the Wolfpack scored 24 points on Saturday in the loss to Virginia Tech. That was an aberration and the first time the team had been held below 65 points. The 6-5 Dorn scored 21 percent of his team's points with a total of five. He also had 13 points in the overtime loss to Virginia, so he has seen the best defenses that the ACC has to offer. Things will get easier and he will be certainly better his averages of 13.8 points and 6.6 rebounds in games against North Carolina and Pittsburgh
Trent Forrest, guard, Florida State Seminoles
The Seminoles have been streaky this season. In the non-conference slate, they had winning streaks of five and seven games. They lost three straight games in conference play, followed by their