Starting quarterback Drew Hare was lost for the season with a torn Achilles and Graham stepped in and led the Huskies to a win at Toledo last week. Northern Illinois travels to Buffalo and host Western Michigan over the next two weeks.
Paul Harris, RB-Hawaii
As long as Hawaii is in a close game, Harris will get a healthy amount of carries. Each time he has gone over 100 yards in a game, he’s found the endzone. The Rainbow Warriors host Fresno State and San Jose State the next two weeks.
Gerald Holmes, RB-Michigan State
It seems as if Holmes will get a shot to carry the load with LJ Scott hampered by a shoulder injury and Madre London working his way back from injury. The Spartans host Maryland this week before traveling to Ohio State in Week 12.
Desmond Anderson, RB-Middle Tennessee
Anderson has been the Blue Raiders’ top back over the past three weeks as injuries have depleted their backfield depth. Middle Tennessee travels to Florida Atlantic this week and hosts North Texas in Week 12.
James Washington, WR-Oklahoma State
We’re late to the party with Washington and chances are pretty good he’s already on a roster, but if not, you can’t pass on a guy that has gone over 100 yards and scored a touchdown in four of the past five games. The Cowboys travel to Iowa State in Week 11 before hosting Baylor in Week 12.
Callen Hightower, WR-Idaho
In Dezmon Epps absence, Hightower has hauled in 19 passes for 200 yards and a touchdown and he should continue to be one of the Vandals’ top two receiving options along with tight end Deon Watson. However, Hightower should only be claimed in deep FBS leagues with Appalachian State and Auburn on the schedule the next couple of weeks.
Jamari Staples, WR-Louisville
Staples has only caught more than five passes in a game one time this season, but he is currently the Cardinals’ top wideout and Louisville hosts Virginia and travels to Pitt the next two weeks.