This article is part of our CFB Waiver Wire series.
Throughout the college football season, I'll pick two guys from every conference who either caught my eye in the previous week or who have a favorable match-up in the near future. As always, I'll get to any questions or comments you have in the comments section below.
Jordan Cronkrite, RB, USF
Cronkrite was masterful in Week 6 with 302 yards and three touchdowns on just 23 carries versus Massachusetts. Owned in under 50 percent of leagues, not enough fantasy owners have taken advantage of three straight 100-yard rushing performances. He'll surely improve upon that streak with super soft defenses such as Tulsa, Connecticut and Houston up next. Quarterback Blake Barnett should also be owned in all leagues if he's still available for this run over the next month.
Patrick Taylor Jr., RB, Memphis
Another American Athletic running back owned in under 50 percent of leagues is Taylor due to his teammate Darrell Henderson being an absolute stud. The Tigers are so good at putting points on the scoreboard that both Henderson and Taylor can typically have satisfactory fantasy performances. Taylor does have the downside where he doesn't see the field much, but I don't see that happening versus UCF and Missouri.
N'Kosi Perry, QB, Miami
It may be the most bizarre stat line ever at 13 of 32 passing for 204 yards and four touchdowns, yet it still got the job done as Perry helped lead an improbable comeback over Florida State on Saturday. I'm