This article is part of our DFS College Basketball series.
Ethan Happ ($9,000 FD, $11,000 DK): Outside of Zion, Happ is as close to matchup-proof as it gets. He took on a top-3 defense Saturday, and produced an impressive 26/10/7 line. Wednesday he gets the No. 86 defense (per KenPom), which also happens to be No. 35 in tempo. While it's worth noting that Illinois shut down Jordan Murphy in their only conference win, that seems to be the outlier, as opposed to the norm. Lock in Happ and don't look back. He'll be at least 50 percent owned on FanDuel, and not far behind on DraftKings.
Markus Howard ($8,800 FD, $9,900 DK): Howard was limited to three minutes due to a back injury just two games ago, but bounced back against Providence on Sunday with 24 points, nine rebounds and three assists. His ceiling is always the highest on the slate considering he's scored 45 or more points (regular, not fantasy) three times this season, and the matchup against DePaul is friendly enough for him to do it again.
Grant Williams ($8,700 FD, $9,800 DK): Conference play hasn't been great to Williams of late, as he's fouled out twice in his last four games. This has resulted in his two lowest FD point totals of the year: 25.4 and 6.7. He draws Vanderbilt on Wednesday, which holds down the paint with a pair of 6-10 forwards in Simi Shittu and Yani Wetzell. While they sit at No. 111 in defensive efficiency and No. 156 in pace (both