This article is part of our CFB Waiver Wire series.
Hosey Williams, RB, Cincinnati: It's tough to recommend a Cincinnati back as the Bearcats have effectively employed three runners this season, rotating through Williams, Mike Boone and Tion Green this season. This limits the amount of carries he sees, but when he's reached double-digit carries, he's ran for at least 80 yards in four of five games. He performed well last week, rushing for 140 yards and one touchdown against UConn and has an easier matchup this week against a winless Central Florida team that recently had its head coach step down.
Teddy Veal, WR, Tulane: Veal is the volume receiver for Tulane, recording 13 more receptions than any player in the Green Wave's offense. This week marks the rare occasion to take a flyer on a player in the Tulane passing offense as Veal plays a Memphis team that allows the most passing yards per game in the nation.
Thomas Sirk, QB, Duke: Sirk faces a Miami team that's in turmoil after being routed by Clemson, which saw the Hurricane's fire head coach Al Golden. But even without the troubles going on in Miami, it was already a good matchup for the Blue Devils quarterback, as he is Duke's leading rusher and plays the 103rd-ranked rush defense in the nation.
Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville: Jackson has been far from the most prolific passer in his freshman season, but he's been able to get it done on the ground, topping 100 yards rushing