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Ian DuBose, G, Wake Forest
Dubose was cleared to return to action last week, having not suited up since November due to an undisclosed medical issue, and immediately shined for the Deacons. He posted 17 points, five rebounds, three assists and a steal against Boston College, and then was inserted into the starting lineup against FSU, responding with an 18-4-5-2 stat line. Seemingly with no minute restrictions, Dubose certainly looks like a difference maker in most formats.
Anthony Walker, F, Miami
Walker had a bad game last week, was benched as a result, but came up with a double-double as a reserve against Notre Dame Sunday night. He's now scored in double-digits in five of his last six, averaging 12.0 points and 5.0 rebounds in that stretch. The rebounding numbers aren't great, but the fact is Miami has so few healthy bodies that Walker's role is stable, as is his nightly floor. He can certainly add depth to your front court in ACC heavy formats. Plus, fellow wing Earl Timberlake getting ruled out for the season with a shoulder injury only means more minutes to go around.
Hunter Dickinson, F/C, Michigan
This is a mere placeholder, and a reminder to scour your wires for all things Michigan, as the Wolverines returned to action Sunday for the first time since January 22. Dickinson is the obvious prize, but Isaiah Livers, Eli Brooks and Franz Wagner all are worth adding if they were released during the