Assuming we're in 11th place with 10BBs...
I play super aggressive and I'm open shoving, shoving in CO/BTN, and shoving ATC in blinds vs BTN/Blind vs Blind situation with a huge range of hands.
Honestly, I have nothing to worry about and all to gain, so I can apply pressure and force my opponents to have somewhat of a hand to call me with. If none of my opponents want to challenge me, I'm glad to pick up the blinds, dead money, and pad my stack.
And even if they do call, I'm usually not that bad off. Worst case scenario is they have an over pair to my hand, putting me at 10% chance to win. Pair vs pair is 20-80 and anything in between is roughly a 30-70 to 50-50. Even 27o vs AK has about a ~30% chance. And I'm not always the underdog in these situations.
If I win, I double up and put myself in better position to make FT. If I bust out...who cares? I'm already in last place, so I have nothing to lose. I think not taking risks here and letting yourself get blinded down waiting for a good hand is much worse.
Of course, this all depends on the dynamics of the table. If they're all playing tight, folding, limping a lot, then go for it. Jam it repeatedly and pick up all those monies. If they're active with a lot of raising, 3betting, shoving, then gap theory comes into play and we don't want to be shoving really weak hands against multiple players. At the same time, don't be afraid to get it in when you have a decent holding.