Perry Hills, QB-Maryland
Hills has topped 100 yards rushing in three consecutive games, and even though Saturday’s 104 yards against Iowa was his lowest total in those three games, it may have been his most impressive performance given the defense he went up against.
Devante Mays, RB-Utah State
Mays was splitting a lot of time in the Aggies’ backfield with LaJuan Hunt during the first half of 2015, but the junior back has been very productive in the past four games, especially in Friday night’s win against Wyoming, rushing for 176 yards and two touchdowns.
Jacques Patrick, RB-Florida State
After his breakout performance against Syracuse on Saturday, Patrick’s proved that he’s ready to be a factor down the stretch and will likely spell Dalvin Cook on a regular basis.
Jacobi Owens, RB-Air Force
Hopefully, fantasy owners grabbed Owens off of waivers when we posted him on last week’s ‘Start’ list, but after his second straight 137-yard rushing game, he should be on a roster.
Ronald Jones II, RB-USC
It has been difficult putting a USC running back into the starting lineup on a week-to-week basis, but Jones has proven consistent, running for at least 65 yards in each of the past four games and has scored in three of the past four.
Teddy Ruben, WR-Troy
For many of you in deep FBS leagues, Ruben may be the first name on this list that is available, but he is the top receiver on a team that plays from behind often. Ruben has caught eight passes in two of the past three games and has at least 80 receiving yards and a touchdown in all three.
Darren Carrington, WR-Oregon
We were not so quick to jump on Carrington after his 5-125-2 performance in Week 8, but he made us a believer in Week 9 adding another 5 receptions for 107 yards and a touchdown.