This article is part of our College Basketball Waiver Wire series.
We're down to the final two weeks of the regular season, which means its playoff time for season-long college basketball managers in head to head formats, and hopefully still some time for rotisserie folks to make a late push with some category-specific adds.
Malik Williams, F/C, Louisville
Talent has never been a question for Williams, but opportunity has been, as he typically split minutes evenly with Steven Enoch. That changed last week following a three-game losing streak. Enoch played a combined 16 minutes in wins over Syracuse and North Carolina, while Williams earned his first starts of the year, played 54 total minutes and put up a combined 31 points and 22 rebounds. We now know this is due at least in part to an Enoch leg injury, but that doesn't mean Williams will see his workload decreased immediately. A lack of blocks is less than ideal, but Williams is a priority add where center eligible.
Tomas Woldetensae, G, Virginia
Woldetensae carries more value where 3-pointers are a separate category, as he lacks peripheral upside. But he's settled into a nice shooting groove late in the year, connecting on 20 long balls over the last five outings (on 43 attempts). That volume is speaks to his value to the Cavaliers, and his current success rate is making him a viable fantasy option.
Sasha Stefanovic, G, Purdue
Stefanovic profiles almost identically to Woldetensae above; he's a 3-point shooter with limited appeal