College Football PrizePicks Player Props: Week 11 Over/Unders, Including Max Duggan and Xavier Hutchinson
Tom Pennington/Getty Images. Pictured: TCU quarterback Max Duggan.
Some of our favorite college football player props Saturday feature players in ranked matchups and nationally-televised contests.
We’re targeting Week 11 over/unders on players like TCU QB Max Duggan (vs. Texas), Iowa State WR Xavier Hutchinson (vs. Oklahoma State) and other selections we feel have enough value to plug into your card.
PrizePicks offers a plethora of college football categories for users, including the newly-introduced market, Fantasy Score.
And on that topic, we have a top pick in that department, plus more recommendations for Saturday’s slate .
College Football PrizePicks Player Props for Week 11
TCU QB Max Duggan Passing Yards
PrizePicks is offering a serious discount on Duggan, whose passing yard over/under’s frequently been north of 300.
Texas’ defense is great against the run (ninth nationally in Rush Success) and tackles well (41st). But this is still a dream matchup for a quarterback piloting a high-octane offense.
The Longhorns are letting opposing signal callers complete close to 65% of passes this season, which ranking 104th. In fact, only four other defenses in the entire country have coughed up more pass completions than Texas (228).
Although it’s low-hanging fruit to bank on recent trends — they’re usually baked into the prop total — Duggan’s actually cashed this number in seven of nine games this year. It’s too low.
Pick: Max Duggan Over 260.5 Passing Yards
Evan Stewart Fantasy Score
We seem to have a very good pulse on Stewart here at Action Network.
Here, I’m fading the 5-star.
Say what you want about War Eagle’s defense; the pass unit has been solid.
Auburn’s inside the top-45 in both completions and passing yards, while owning a top-10 group nationally in opposing passing touchdowns.
It’s gonna take a field day for Stewart to go off; I don’t see it in this sort of matchup.
Pick: Evan Stewart Under 15.5 Fantasy Points
Iowa State WR Xavier Hutchinson Receiving Yards
Matt Campbell always seems to have at least one draft prospect in particular oozing with upside. This year it’s Hutchinson, who’s essentially been the entire Cyclones offense.
The 6-3 senior owns the top Weighted Dominator rating in the country for draft-eligible wideouts, which takes into account a team’s share of receiving yards and, to a lesser degree, touchdowns.
Hutchinson’s the nation’s leader in catches (87) and fifth in yards (953).
He offers arguably the highest floor of any pass catcher in the country, as he’s posting at least eight receptions and 72 or more yards in every single game this year.
The only thing you need to know about Oklahoma State’s defense, meanwhile, is this: The Pokes give up the most yards of any Power Five offense per game (495.8), and Hutchinson should comprise a boatload of them Saturday.
Pick: Xavier Hutchinson Over 100.5 Receiving Yards