Week 22 ended on Sunday with a nine-game slate, and nine more games are scheduled to take place on Monday. Several players impressed over the weekend and are on track to thrive in early April. We'll go over three who have excelled above most others lately alongside a dud before getting into some DFS strategy for Monday.

Who's hot

Donovan Mitchell
CLE • SG • #45
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Mitchell's on track to finish March with a bang. The Utah Jazz guard scored 36 points against the New York Knicks on Monday and had an impressive Week 22. He has averaged 34 points, 6.3 assists, and 5.7 rebounds per game over his last three outings. He made 22 3-pointers during that span and converted his triples at a 47.7 percent clip on 14.7 attempts per contest.

Devin Booker
PHO • SG • #1
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Booker's dominated without Chris Paul and seems poised to put together a strong Week 23 after a pair of games with more than 30 points in Week 22. The Phoenix Suns star scored 31 points to go along with seven rebounds, and five assists against the Sacramento Kings on Sunday. He tallied 30.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 5.0 assists per game through four appearances last week. 

Josh Hart
NY • SG • #3
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Hart's emergence as a quality scorer is something nobody saw coming. The former New Orleans Pelicans wing leads the Portland Trail Blazers in total points (164) and assists (35) this month. He racked up 26 points, three rebounds, and four assists on Sunday and is averaging 20.5 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 4.4 assists per game in March. Hart will likely be his team's top scoring option while Anfernee Simons (knee) is out of commission. 

Who's not

Julius Randle
NY • PF • #30
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Randle's volume still makes him a solid option in points leagues, but his efficiency has been a major let-down as of late. The Knicks forward averaged 17 points, 12.3 rebounds, and 4.7 assists per game in Week 22 while shooting just 27.9 percent from the field. He's made two of his last 18 shots from beyond the arc. Randle will surely bounce back, but his up-and-down year has made him undesirable fairly often in DFS. Roto league managers should be wary of his shooting percentages.

DFS target

Evan Mobley
CLE • PF • #4
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Mobley will enter his team's Monday matchup against the Los Angeles Lakers following a pair of double-doubles. The Cleveland Cavaliers' rookie sensation has averaged 20 points and 9.7 rebounds per contest since Jarrett Allen injured his finger in early March. Dwight Howard hasn't been much of a factor as the Lakers' lone playable center, so Mobley has a chance to feast against small-ball lineups. He tallied 23 points and six assists against the Lakers earlier this year when facing Anthony Davis in a head-to-head matchup.