This article is part of our College Basketball Waiver Wire series.
If you figure that most college basketball teams play 30 games, we are beyond the halfway point of the season. Where is the All-Star game? Now that I think of it, a college basketball All-Star game would be incredible and nigh impossible. I guess that is what the All-American team and the NBA draft are for after the season.
The following players are not All Stars, but they could provide some help to your lineup as we reach the stretch run of college fantasy basketball.
Jack White, forward, Duke Blue Devils
If Zion Williamson is forced to miss any games due to his eye injury that caused double vision on Saturday, White would likely be the main beneficiary. The 6-foot-7 junior has largely been content to be a role player: he provides defense and is a solid rebounder. In 25.1 minutes off the Blue Devil bench, he is providing 6.7 points and 6.6 rebounds. He did not score in the win at Wake Forest, but supplied eight rebounds and five blocks. Even if he is forced to start, his offensive production won't change greatly. There will be more rebounds and blocks. Duke hosts Syracuse and Virginia this week.
Michael Devoe, guard, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Coach Josh Pastner has put together a fine defensive team in Atlanta. Devoe is a 6-4 freshman who is getting plenty of playing time. Things looked good to start ACC play with 16 points in the win over Wake Forest on Jan. 5. It