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Myles Powell, Seton Hall ($8,500 FD, $9,200 DK): Powell and the Pirates get one of the best matchups of the night on paper. It's the highest over/under of the night on the DraftKings slate, and second to only California/UCLA on FanDuel. Georgetown plays at a top-20 tempo with a defense outside the top-100 in adjusted efficiency (per KenPom), which has made them a team to target all year. Powell has dominated the usage over the last 10 games, but Quincy McKnight ($6,100 FD, $6,200 DK) should also be considered along that same line of thinking. After that the Pirates spread the ball around pretty well, but each starter gets an uptick due to the matchup. Powell becomes an elite play after averaging 37.7 FD points over his last three – which could very well be the floor here.
Terence Davis, Mississippi ($8,100 FD, $8,800 DK): There's a lot to like in this matchup, with both Auburn and Ole Miss playing at above-average tempos with defense that leaves much to be desired at times. I'm not sure I like Davis as much as Myles Powell, purely on a matchup basis, but I couldn't fault anyone for wanting to make this pivot. Davis gets guard eligibility but rebounds like a forward, leading the team with 6.3 RPG. For good measure, he also leads the Rebels in assists and steals to go along with his 16.2 PPG average.The senior has gone under 20 DK points just once in conference play, and