2017 COLLEGE FOOTBALL SUPER 16 MVP’S FOR WEEK SIX By Super Scout Max Emfinger

2017 COLLEGE FOOTBALL SUPER
16 MVP’S FOR WEEK SIX
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

WEEKLY NOTES: To be Eligible for an MVP Berth, your Team has got to be on the Winning Team.

In Week Six, I have Set some New Guidelines for the MVP Players as Follows: Quarterbacks: 350-Yards of Offense – Running Backs: 175-Yards – Wide Receivers: 175-Yards – All-Purpose Backs: 175-Yards – Defensive Line: 2 Sacks and 2 TFL – Linebacker: 10 Tackles, 1 Sacks – Defensive Back: 6 Tackles, and 2 Interceptions

WEEK SIX SCOUTING NOTES: I have been “In-Football” for Over Six Decades and This Year, in Week Six of College Football, there were Some of the Most Unusual and Most Amazing Performances that I have ever seen or even ever heard-of in any Football Classification.

One True Freshman Quarterback Started his Third Game of his Career and Recorded 487-Yards of Total OffenseAnother Quarterback, who had Never Started a College Football Game, went-into the Game after The Starter got hurt in the First Quarter and he Rushed for 327-Yards and Scored Four Touchdowns and Passed for a Fifth Touchdown and Ended-Up with 481-Yards of Total Offense. 

And then, a True Freshman Running Back in the Big-10 Rushed for 249-Yards and a Two-Way Star in the Big-12 Recorded 8 Tackles, Passed for 25-Yards, Rushed for 35-Yards, Recorded a Sack, Recovered a Fumble, and was Voted The National Walter Camp Defensive Player of The Week.

OFFENSE

Image result for Sam ehlinger Photos1. Quarterback Sam Ehlinger (#11) – Texas

True Freshman Quarterback Sam Ehlinger, Not Only Started his Third Game of his University of Texas Football Career, but he “Put-Everyone” on Both Sides of Royal Memorial Stadium in Complete Shock. He Put Them in Shock by Passing for 380-Yards and Rushing for another 107-Yards, Giving him an Unbelievable and Incredible 487-Yards of Total Offense in Leading The Texas Longhorns to a 40-34 Victory over Rival Big-12 Kansas State.

Ehlinger (6-2, 230, 4.71, 31, 4.55) of Austin Westlake Completed 30 of 50 Passes for 380-Yards and two Touchdowns and then he Shocked Everyone in the Stadium when he Rushed for another 107 yards, using his legs for Huge Yardage Gains with his Legs on the Game-Tying Drive in the Fourth Quarter and to help Set-Up the Game-Winning Touchdown in The Second Overtime. Ehlinger also Actually Helped-Move the Pile.

Actually, On The Longhorns Second Play of the Second Overtime, Ehlinger Steamrolled Kansas State Strong Safety Denzel Goolsby to End a 9-Yard Run that set up the Chris Warren Game-Winning Touchdown Run. Then on that Play, Bullish Running Back Chris Warren III (6-4, 250, 4.6) of Rockwall, Texas Bulled-His-Way and Scored the Winning Touchdown on a Two-Yard Run when he Moved the Pile of Kansas State Would-Be Tacklers Across the Goal Line, with the help from Ehlinger, Giving the Longhorns their 40-34 Victory on Saturday night.

It First Appeared Like Warren Would to be Stopped Short, but he Refused to go down without Scoring and kept pushing his 250-Pounds forward as he was Helped by a push of the pile by his teammates, including Ehlinger. Warren then Plowed into the End-Zone for the Winning Touchdown, taking several Wildcat Tacklers with him.

The Tone was set from a Lowered-Shoulder and a Staring-Glare. Whatever you needed out of a True Freshman Quarterback in just only his Third-Career Start for The Texas Longhorns, Sam Ehlinger was going to give it to you.

“We got a Big Push and we won the physical battle,” Ehlinger said.

The Texas Longhorn Offense is growing up behind Ehlinger, who is now 2-1 as a Texas Starting Quarterback and he looks like he is getting better and better and More Comfortable on every Passing Situation. While The Longhorns have said Former Starting Quarterback Shane Buechele has been Plagued by Shoulder and Ankle Injuries this season, but Ehlinger is becoming the Texas Team Leader of the Longhorns Offense and gives them a Powerful Extra Running Dimension on Offense when his plays break down.

Sam Ehlinger is a tough, tough kid,” Texas Head Coach Tom Herman said. “He made a lot of Freshman Mistakes, but he overcomes them with toughness and tenacity and he will do Whatever it Takes to Win.”

“When we went into Overtime, I told the Offense, that We have been here before, this is just like Southern Cal,” Coach Herman said. “I think it was Patrick Vahe who looked at me and said, ‘Yeah, except we’re going to win it this time, Coach.”

Ehlinger is Fearless and that puts Fear into the Defense,” Linebacker Malik Jefferson said. “It’s like, Oh My God this Freshman Quarterback is running with his head down. And he’s kind of massive. You come meet Sam, you’ve got to come hit him for real.”

“I’m not going to think about the decision of who is going to play Quarterback next week until I watch the film and see how healthy Shane Buechele is,” Herman said.

Will The Texas Longhorns Continue the Reputation Restoration Next Week in Dallas Against Super Quarterback Baker Mayfield and his Oklahoma SoonersThe 487-Yards of Total Offense by Sam Ehlinger Rank Third in Texas Longhorn School History. – 487-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Khalil tate Photos2. Quarterback Khalil Tate (#14) – Arizona

When College Football Fans got-up on Sunday Morning and Read the College Football News, They were Unbelievably In Shock when they Read About the Heroics of Sam Ehlinger, but that was only if they Read about the Texas Longhorns First. If They Read about the Arizona Wildcats Victory over Colorado, First, then they might have been in Even Greater Total Shock.

In The Arizona and Colorado Game, Arizona Starting Quarterback Brandon Dawkins Started the Game, but he Received a Late-Hit, Out of Bounds, on the Wildcats Opening Drive and Came Out of the Game. Then, a Rarely-Used, Unknown, Backup Named Khalil Tate Came-In and Replaced him.

What Happened Next was either a Miracle or the Wrong Guy has been The Starting Quarterback, because Dawkins Stood on the sideline for the rest of the game with his helmet in his hand as The Guy Named Tate Ran the Arizona Offense with a Sensational Perfection.

The Colorado Head Coach had a simple request after the game. “Could someone Please Tackle #14 for Arizona?” Colorado Head Coach Mike MacIntyre said.

Well, the Colorado Buffaloes did not Tackle #14 Very Many Times, because Tate Rushed for 327-Yards, which is an FBS All-Time Record by a Quarterback, and he Accounted for Five Touchdowns to help Arizona hold off Colorado 45-42 on Saturday night.

Tate (6-2, 215, 4.42) of Gardena Junipero Serra, California had Touchdown Runs of 58, 28, 47 and 75-Yards. He also Carried the Football only 14 Times, but Scored Four Touchdowns and Averaged a Completely, Mind-Boggling 23.4-Yards Per Carry. Tate also Completed another Eye-Popping 12 of 13 Passes for 154-Yards, and a Touchdown, Giving him a 481-Yards of Total Offense. The Wildcats won at Boulder Folsom Field for a Third Straight Game on a night when both Offenses combined for 1,118-Yards of Total Offense.

Tate was Hardly Touched all night, much-less Tackled, if at all. Asked if he was Ever Tackled, he grinned and responded: “A couple of times.”

He had been Previously Hampered by a Sprained Shoulder. Once in the game, and back to 100 Percent, Tate quickly Made-Up for Lost Time by “Breaking the Record” by a Quarterback on his Final Run of the Night which was a 31-Yard Touchdown Run that also Sealed the Victory. The Quarterback Record was Held by Quarterback Jordan Lunch of Northern Illinois, who Rushed-For 321-Yards on November 26, 2013.

The Arizona Wildcats Record for Rushing Yards in a Single Game is Still held by Quarterback Ka’Deem Carey, who Rushed-For 366-Yards in 2012 Against Colorado.

“We didn’t even know his Jersey Number, to be quite honest,” said Colorado Defensive Back Ryan Moeller. The Buffaloes certainly do Know now.

“He should be National Player of the Week,” Colorado Head Coach MacIntyre said. “He’s a Phenomenal Player.”

Arizona Head Coach Rich Rodriguez indicated after the Colorado Game that Tate would start against UCLA on Saturday. Tate Essentially gave him No Choice.

SUPER SCOUT NFL SCOUTING REPORT: Khalil Tate is a Spread Athletic Quarterback, but he is a Run-First and Pass Second Spread Quarterback. Tate is Listed as 6-2 and 215 on most Sites. On all of his Hudl Measurable Recordings, he Did Not Record a Great Forty Time, but if you Evaluate him on his High School and College Highlight Film, it is Obvious that he is One of the Fastest Players on the Football Field. On his 2015 High School Highlights, Tate had Touchdown Runs of 47, 45, 87, 82, and 62-Yards. And in this Game, he had Touchdown Runs of 58, 28, 47 and 75-Yards.

Tate is an Unbelievable, Super Athlete with Great Speed, Quickness, and an even More Incredible Lateral AgilityTate also has the Great Ability to Gain Huge Chunks of Yardage on Planned and Designed Quarterback Runs, because he has the Uncanny Ability To-Make Defenders Completely Miss-Him. In the Highlights, he looks like he is Looking to Make Contact.

This May Not be What an NFL Team is Looking-For in a Quarterback, but Tate Would be Perfect, if that NFL Team needs a Quarterback in that Situation. Tate also is Uncanny in how he Makes Pass-Rushers Miss-Him in the Pocket. When needed, Tate can a Put a Nice-Zip on the Ball when Throwing, but he can Improve his Overall Passing Mechanics.

Having a Quarterback who is Looking to Run, instead of Pass, will not Work for Most College or NFL Teams, but it worked Great For Coach Rich Rodriguez at West Virginia when he had Super Athletic Quarterback Pat White Running his Offense. Tate Makes a Much Better Fit for Arizona than he might would make at a Lot of Other Football Programs. The Same May be True for the Right NFL Team.

On Sunday, The Walter Camp Football Foundation Named Tate as its its National Offensive Player of the Week and also CBS Sports Named Tate as Their National Player of the Week. Then On Monday, Tate was Named as The Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week. – 481-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Anthony miller memphis Photos3. Quarterback Riley Ferguson (#4)- Memphis

Memphis Super-Star Quarterback Riley Ferguson only Played-In The First Three Quarters, but he Completed 34 of 48 Passes for 431-Yards and an Incredible Seven Touchdowns in their 70-31 Victory over U-Conn, which is the Most Points That The Huskies have given up since the school started playing football in 1896.

The Incredible Seven Touchdown Passes by Ferguson Tied the Memphis School Record and American Athletic Conference Record of Quarterback Paxton Lynch. Ferguson Completed 26 of 37 Passes for 325-Yards and Five Touchdowns, in the First Half Alone, as the Tigers Recorded an Unbelievable 711-Yards of Total Offense.

Ferguson, a Transfer from Tennessee, Found His Favorite Wide Receiver, Anthony Miller, Early and Often all Friday Night and Setting Records in the ProcessMiller also had an Incredible 15 Catches for 224-Yards for Memphis and The American Athletic Conference. The Four Touchdown Catches by Miller Tied The AAC Conference Record and also The Memphis School Record.

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Ferguson (6-3, 210, 4.72) (#4) and Miller (5-11, 190, 4.42) (#3) Connected on scores from 17, 8, and 40-Yards in the First Half, and the Tigers went into Half-Time Leading 35-24. Memphis then Scored the First 28 Points in the Second Half, and it was Highlighted by a 32-Yard Catch from Miller over a Defensive Back in the back of the End-Zone.

“Ever since I’ve gotten here, that’s a guy who has stayed with me after practice and we throw every single day,” Ferguson said. “I think just on a daily basis our chemistry is building even more than it already is.”

SIDEBAR: University of Memphis Quarterback Riley Ferguson has not one, but two artistic arms. The Senior from Charlotte has adorned himself, Shoulder to Mid-forearm, with ink in various symbols, shapes, and swirls. But he has a favorite on his left (non-throwing) biceps. It’s an ornate cross, surrounded by six words: “May your light shine over me.” The art tugs at Ferguson’s Heart, as it pays tribute to a Cousin that he lost in 2016, shortly before his first season behind center for the Tigers. But there’s a message, too, that Ferguson’s Memphis School of choice and its Football Team’s growing fan base, might appreciate, for Ferguson himself has shone brightly since arriving on The University of Memphis Campus.

Ferguson Completed 34 of 48 Passes for 431-Yards and an Incredible Seven Touchdowns. – 431-Yards Passing

Image result for ryan finley photo4. Quarterback Ryan Finley (#15) – NC State

Super Senior Quarterback Ryan Finley of North Carolina State had a Unbelievable Outstanding Game on Thursday as he Completed 20 of 31 Passes for 367-Yards and a Touchdown in a Huge 39-25 UPSET Victory over Louisville Cardinals. Finley also Rushed For another Nineteen-Yards, giving him 386-Yards of Total Offense.

Finley, Very Quietly, Put-Up some of the Best numbers of any Quarterback in the ACC and in 2017, there are some Incredible Quarterbacks in the ACC Competition. And then, another One of the Most Impressive things was that he did it Against a Very Impressive Louisville Defense.

All of these Outstanding Facts may not even be the Most Impressive, but what may Still be the Most Impressive “Things” about The Quarterbacking of Finley is that he Still Has Not Thrown an Interception in 2017 yet. In Fact, No other Quarterback in the ACC Since 2000 has thrown for 1,700-Yards, with 10+ Touchdowns and No Interceptions Through the First Six Games.

Finley has just Moved-Into Second Place in The Atlantic Coast Conference History with his Incredible Streak of 288 Straight Pass Completions Without an Interception, and Second only to NCAA and North Carolina State Record-Holder, Russell Wilson.

I Honestly Think that NC State Quarterback Ryan Finley is Not Getting as Much Credit or as much Publicity as he Deserves for the way that he is Playing and he Has Lead his Team to a Great 3-0 Record in the ACC. Other Wolfpack Super-Stars like Bradley Chubb, Jaylen Samuels, and Nyheim Hines have Received a Lot of Attention and although they Deserve every bit of their Attention and Credit, Finley is playing at an Unbelievable Super Elite Level that has not been Played in a Very Long Time and Maybe NEVER.

There were 43 NFL Scouts at the Game on Thursday Night Against Louisville, and they were not there just to see Bradley Chubb and Lamar Jackson. You Can Bet that All 43 of Those NFL Scouts were there to see Ryan Finley and Believed and Fully Realized that they were watching a Future NFL Super-Star Quarterback.

This is also the First 3-0 Start in the Atlantic Coast Conference Games for the Wolfpack since 2002. And with Early Victories over both Florida State and Louisville, the Preseason Dark-HorseWolfpack, in the Atlantic Division have Already Beaten Two of the Teams that were Selected to Finish-Higher in the League Standings and they are now in Position to Challenge Clemson. Another strong game should come next week when NC State Travels to Pittsburgh.

Finley Directed a Great Passing Attack that included Two 100-Yard  Receivers and a third Receiver who finished with 99 yards.

Sophomore Wide Receiver Kelvin Harmon (6-3, 213, 4.52) Caught 6 Passes for 133-Yards and a Touchdown; while Senior Fullback Jaylen Samuels (5-11, 223, 4.56) Caught 7 Passes for 104-Yards. Junior Wide Receiver Stephen Louis (6-2, 217, 4.56) also Caught 3 Passes for 99-Yards.

Nyheim Hines (5-9, 197, 4.31) was also Sensational as he Rushed for 102-Yards and Two Touchdowns to go with Two Catches from Finley for 15-Yards and Four Kickoff Returns for another 105-Yards, giving him 222-Yards of All-Purpose Yards.

Then there was The Fabulous Wolfpack Defensive Front-Four Led by My All-American Defensive End Bradley Chubb that kept Continuous Pressure on 2016 Heisman Trophy Award Winner Lamar Jackson. Jackson ran for Two Touchdowns and he Passed for another Touchdown, but The Great Wolfpack Defense Sacked him Four Times and the Wolfpack Secondary got a Clinching Interception Return for a Touchdown late to close out the Cardinals.

Simply put, Chubb is a Real Beast. He Recorded Two Quarterback Sacks in a win over Syracuse a Couple Weeks ago and then Another Two quarterback Sacks in a win over Florida State.  In this Game, Chubb had 6 Tackles, including One Sack, 2 Tackles for a Loss, and Three Quarterback Hurries. 

For his Six-Game SeasonChubb has 35 Tackles, including 17 Solo Tackles, 6 1/2 Quarterback Sacks, 13 Tackles for a Loss, and 19 Quarterback Hurries. Chubb is a an Unbelievable Disruptive Beast for the Wolfpack and You will Hear his name Called Early in the First Round of The NFL Draft in April.

Finley Completed 20 of 31 Passes for 367-Yards and a Touchdown and Rushed for another Nineteen-Yards, giving him 386-Yards of Total Offense. Finley also Recorded a Great 174.6 Quarterback Rating386-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Mckenzie milton Photos 5. Quarterback McKenzie Milton (#10) – Central Florida

Sophomore Sensation Quarterback McKenzie Milton had an Incredible Game on Saturday as he led his Central Florida Team to a 51-23 Victory over Cincinnati. In this Game, Milton Completed an Incredible 16 of 19 Passes for 374-Yards and a Career-High Five Touchdowns. Milton also Rushed for Six-Yards, giving him 380-Yards of Total Offense.

Milton (5-11, 177, 4.62) of Kapolei, Hawaii also Threw Four Touchdowns in the First Half, as his #25 Central Florida Team Scored Every Time that it had the Football until the Storms Moved-In on Saturday Night and the Game Ended Prematurely, ending with a 51-23 Central Florida Victory over Cincinnati.

Milton hit open Receivers for Touchdowns of 54-Yards and 79-Yards on the First Two Knights Possessions, taking advantage of The Bearcats Vulnerability against his Long Passes. Instead of going for the Early-Running Game, The Knights Threw Deep Passes. Milton Finished the Game with Touchdown Passes of 54, 79, 21, 41, and 22-Yards.

Super-Star Wide Receiver Tre’Quan Smith (6-1, 205, 4.42) of Delray Beach, Florida Caught Three Incredible Touchdown Passes of 79, 41, and 22-Yards, For 165-Yards, and he ran for another Touchdown.

I didn’t expect anything like this at all,” said Smith, who Scored on the Three Touchdown Catches. McKenzie Found me Every Time I was Running In-the-Clear.

The Knights had the Football Eight Times and Scored Seven Touchdowns and a Field Goal. They were ready to keep on going until Terrible Lightning Storms and Heavy Rain moved in with About 4-Seconds left in the Third Quarter and The Game was Called, after a One-Hour Delay with More Bad Weather on the Way.

“Nobody wanted the weather to determine the game,” said Smith,  “I know Cincinnati wanted to Keep-On playing. We also wanted to keep playing, too.”

The Knights moved into the Top 25 with a 40-13 Victory over Memphis. Then, They Carried their momentum on the road to Cincinnati by scoring touchdowns on their first three possessions.

Playing as a Top 25 Ranked Team for the First Time since 2013, The Knights were Just About Unstoppable.

“Our Offense played about as well as an Offense can perform tonight,” Said Head Coach Scott Frost.

Central Florida has a 4-0 Record for the First Time since 1988, when the Knights were in Division II. The Knights failed to win a game two years ago, and they went 6-7 in the First Season for Coach Frost. Now, The Complete Turnaround is Complete.

“I think our team as a whole is coming together, playing together,” Milton said. “We have more of an edge than we did last year. We saw what we could exploit and we took some shots early and often.”

Milton Completed an Incredible 16 of 19 Passes for 374-Yards and a Career-High Five Touchdowns. Milton also Rushed for Six-Yards, giving him 380-Yards of Total Offense. – 380-Yards of Total Offense

Related image6. Quarterback Kyle Kempt (#17) – Iowa State

Senior Quarterback Kyle Kempt had the Career-Game of a Lifetime for his Iowa State Team in what the UPSET of the Weekend as he led the Cyclones to 38-31 Victory over the Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday. In this HUGE UPSET, Kempt Completed 18 of 24 Passes for 343-Yards and Three Touchdowns. Kempt also Rushed for another 7-Yards, giving him 350-Yards of Total Offense.

Kempt, a Former Walk-On Quarterback, filled in for Cyclone Starting Quarterback Jacob Park, who took a leave from the football team to work through some personal health issues. The Red-Shirt Senior took advantage of his First Career Start by completing The 18 of 24 passes for 343-Yards and Three Touchdowns in the Biggest UPSET Victory of the Season. Then, on Monday, Quarterback Kyle Kempt Was Named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week in his First Career Start. Kempt was also Selected to the Davey O’Brien

Kempt (6-5, 210, 4.72) of Massillon Washington, Ohio, threw his First Three Career Touchdowns, including a 25-Yard Touchdown Pass to Allen Lazard with 2:19 Left in the Game to Give Iowa State the Final Points and the Shocking 38-31 UPSET of The #3 Ranked Oklahoma Sooners, on Saturday.

Kempt and Two-Way Super-Star Joel Lanning, who made Incredible Plays on Both Offense at Quarterback and on Defense at Linebacker to lead the Cyclones to the Stunning UPSET Victory.

The Loss Broke The Oklahoma Country-Leading 14-Game Winning Streak and also The Sooner 18-Game Winning Streak against The Cyclones, Dating Back to 1990. It was just The Second Victory of Iowa State Against Oklahoma since 1961, and The Cyclones, winning their Third Game of the Season, Won It without their Starting Quarterback.

“There’s been a lot of adversity at Iowa State for a long time, and there’s been a cloud around us,” Cyclones Head Coach Matt Campbell said. “I think our kids have said, ‘I’m sick of it, and we’re going to keep grinding, keep swinging and getting better one day at a time.’ So at the end of it, here we are.”

Kyle Kempt Completed 18 of 24 Passes for 343-Yards and Three Touchdowns and also Rushed for another 7-Yards, giving him 350-Yards of Total Offense. Kemp was Also Selected as the Big-12 Offensive Player of the Week. He also had an Incredible 236.3 Quarterback Rating. 350-Yards of Total Offense

RUNNING BACK

Image result for jonathan taylor wisconsin photos1. Running Back Jonathan Taylor (#23) – Wisconsin

Super True Freshman Running Back Jonathan Taylor helped Lead his Wisconsin Team to a 38-17 Victory over Nebraska as he Rushed for 249-Yards and Two Touchdowns. In Rushing for 249-Yards, Taylor became the Latest Badger Super-Star  Running Back that the Nebraska Cornhuskers Could Not Contain, as he Followed in the Steps of Montee Ball and Melvin Gordon.

On Saturday Night, Taylor Rushed for a Season and Career-High 249-Yards and Two Touchdowns that led a Punishing Badger Ground-Game that helped The Ninth-Ranked Badgers Completely Wear-Down The Cornhuskers in the Second Half. The Badgers (5-0, 2-0) beat The Cornhuskers (3-3, 2-1) for Their Fifth Straight Time and by doing-so, they took over Sole-Possession of First Place in the Big-Ten West.

Taylor Carried The Football 25 Times and he had his Second 200-Yard Performance in Five games and The Badgers Finished with 353-Yards Rushing, their most Rushing-Yards on the Road Since getting 564-Yards at Indiana in 2012.

“It’s definitely surprising, but the guys give me so much confidence,” Taylor said. “I know I have to do my job and trust the guys to do theirs. We kind of pride ourselves on being the spark of the offense, the running back group. I wanted to be that guy that gave us the spark.”

What Taylor did was all too familiar for The CornhuskersBall and Gordon each Rushed For Over 200-Yards against them in the 2012 Big Ten Championship game. In 2014, Gordon ran for a Then-NCAA Record 408-Yards against The Huskers. Dare Ogunbowale had 100-Yard Games the last Two Years against Nebraska.

The 249-Yards by Taylor were the Third-Most Yards Rushing ever by a Nebraska Opponent. His night was also Highlighted by a 75-Yard Touchdown Run.

“I thought J.T. was special tonight,” Wisconsin Badgers Head Coach Paul Chryst said. “Certainly the Big-Run at the end of the first half, was Huge, but he had some Really hard 7 and 8-Yard runs. He’s continuing to get better.” – 249-Yards of Rushing Offense

ALL-PURPOSE BACK

Image result for Kerryon johnson Photos1. All-Purpose Kerryon Johnson (#21) – Auburn

Sensational Super-Star Auburn Running Back Kerryon Johnson had another Unbelievable Game on Saturday when he Rushed for a Career-High 208-Yards and Three Touchdowns in Leading his Auburn Tigers to a 44-23 Victory over The Ole Miss Rebels.

Johnson and his Tigers, 5-0 and 3-0 in the Southeastern Conference, Continued their Third Straight Lopsided Victory over an SEC Team. Johnson did not Play in the Final Quarter, but he had Already Scored 11 Touchdown During that Three-Game stretch after missing the First Two Games, because of a Right Hamstring Injury.

Johnson had a Sensational First Half Against the Rebels as he Rushed for 159-Yards and Scored his Three Touchdowns.

“I felt so close to normal that I just couldn’t hide it,” said Johnson, who had a Career-High 28 Carries in this Game.  “In the open field, I was making people miss and I was able to get up to a faster speed than last week. It just felt really good to being normal again.”

Johnson Rushed for a Career-High 204-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, including his Sixth Career 100-Yard Game. Johnson also Caught Two Passes for another 23-Yards, giving him 227-Yards of Total Offense and In Week #6, The SEC Selected Johnson as Their SEC Offensive Player of the Week. – 227-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Nyheim Hines Photos2. All-Purpose Nyheim Hines (#7) – NC State

Super All-Purpose Back Nyheim Hines was Sensational Again in Helping Lead his North Carolina State to a 39-25 Victory as he was The Most Versatile Player on the Football Field. In this Game, Hines Rushed for 102-Yards, Caught 2 Passes for 15-Yards, and Returned Four Kickoffs for another 105-Yards, giving him 222-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in the Victory.

“We come into every game knowing nobody can beat us if we go out there and play Wolfpack Football,” said Fullback Jaylen Samuels (5-11, 225, 4.49) of Charlotte Mallard Creek, North Carolina, who Caught 7 Passes for 104-Yards. “The confidence is very high. We know what we’ve got and what we can accomplish.”

Super-Star Quarterback Ryan Finley (6-4, 205, 4.7) of Phoenix, Arizona and a Transfer from Boise StateCompleted 20 of 31 Passes for 367-Yards, including a 48-Yard Touchdown to Kelvin Harmon, as The Wolfpack Recorded 520-Yards of Total Offense and they Never TrailedThis Victory over Louisville is the First 3-0 Start in the ACC  for the Wolfpack Since 2002.

Hines (5-9, 197, 4.31, 42, 4.11) of Garner High School, North Carolina , is also a Tremendous Wolfpack Track Super-Star, and he is an Unbelievable Running Back, after Converting from Slot Receiver. At Running Back, Hines has now run for at least 92-Yards in Four Straight Games. His Best 100-Meter Time in Track is a World-Class 10.4.

Nyheim just plays Angry,” Head Coach Dave Doeren said. “He’s competitive, he’s spirited, and he Plays Football just like he runs track, because he is Always ‘Trying to get a ‘Personal-Best’  all of the time.”

In this Game, Hines Rushed for 102-Yards, Caught 2 Passes for 15-Yards, and Returned Four Kickoffs for another 105-Yards, giving him 222-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in the Victory.222-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Dontrell Hilliard Photos3. All-Purpose Back Dontrell Hilliard (#26) – Tulane

Tulane Super Running Back Dontrell Hilliard had an Unbelievable Game in a 62-28 Victory over Tulsa as he Rushed for 175-Yards and Career-High Four Touchdowns on 19 Carries and had One Catch From Quarterback Jonathan Banks for 11-Yards, giving him 186-Yards and Four Touchdowns of Total Offense in the Victory

The Green Wave (3-2, 1-1 American Athletic) Scored on all Seven of its First-Half Possessions, including Touchdowns that were Set-Up by an Interception and a Fumble Recovery. The Green Wave Outgained The Golden Hurricane 435-128-Yards in Total Yards of Offense by Half-Time.

Hilliard (6-0, 205, 4.4, 43, 4.02) of Baton Rouge Scotlandville, Louisiana Scored on Touchdown Runs of 1, 23, 17, and 43-Yards. I went to see Hilliard play in 2013 and he was Phenomenal. He also has some Incredible Measurables.

Banks (6-3, 220, 4.56) of Humble, Texas is also Another Tulane Super-Star. In the First Quarter, he hit Wide Receiver Terren Encalade on a 62-Yard Touchdown Pass, Scored on a 13-Yard Touchdown in the Second-Quarter, Rushed for 93-Yards, and Completed 9 of 13 Passes for 165-Yards Passing to go with his 93-Yards Rushing, giving him 258-Yards of Total Offense.

Super Wide Receiver Encalade (6-0, 190, 4.47, 36, 4.19) of Belle Chasse, Louisiana was also Sensational when he Caught his 62-Yard Touchdown Pass. Both Encalade and the Tulsa Defender Went-Up for the Football and Encalade actually took the Football out of the Defenders Hands and then Raced into the End-Zone for the Touchdown, making the Score 21-0 with 7:45 Left in the First Quarter.

Tulane had 653-Yards of Total Offense, including 488-Yards Rushing, including Hilliard with his 186-Yards Rushing and Four Touchdowns of Total Offense in the Victory. –  186-Yards of Total Offense

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4. All-Purpose Rashaad Penny (#20) – SDiego St

San Diego State Super Running Back Rashaad Penny helped Lead his Aztec Team to a 41-10 Victory over Nevada Las Vegas as he Rushed for 172-Yards and Two Touchdowns and Caught Two Passes for 8-Yards, giving him 180-Yards of Total Offense in the Victory. 

Penny is not from Las Vegas, but he has a lot of Teammates who are from Las Vegas and he knew that “Big Game” in Las Vegas was going to be a Very Emotional Game on the Football Field for His #19 San Diego State Football Team.

Donning “Vegas Strong”  Eye-Strips, Penny had a Sensational Football Game, as he Rushed for 172-Yards and Two Touchdowns to Lead his Aztecs to a 41-10 Victory over Nevada Las Vegas on Saturday Night.

This Football Game was the First Game for the Rebels since the Horrible Terrorist Mass Shooting that killed 58 people on the Las Vegas Strip Last Week and Balloons were  Released from the Field, during a “Moment of Silence” just before the Start of the Game.

“I’m still Very Emotional about that Moment,” Penny said. “I played Emotional Tonight, because it doesn’t matter where it happens. It’s still in The United States of America. For a man to take that so many lives like that, it hurt.”

Penny (5-11, 220, 4.42, 36, 4.22) of Norwalk, California, did not get off to an Great Start, as he Fumbled on the Aztecs First Possession, but he then “Got-Going” and was Unstoppable for the Rest of the Game. At Half-Time, the Rebels only Trailed The Aztecs by a Few Points, but they could not get anything going Offensively in the Second Half.  Juwan Washington (5-7, 190, 4.33, 36, 4.13) of Kennedale, Texas added 95-Yards on 10 Carries and a Touchdown for the Aztecs, who have Won 27 of their Last 30 Games.

Only last week, UNLV Quarterback Armani Rogers Passed for 287-Yards and Four Touchdowns, against San Jose State, but the Aztec Defense held him to Only 177-Yards and One Touchdown.

Penny (5-10, 220, 4.42) of Norwalk, California Recorded his Unbelievably Sixth Straight 100-Yard Rushing Game to open the 2017 Season, and The Aztecs (6-0, 2-0 Mountain West) Defeated UNLV for the 13th Time in their last 16 Games.

Penny Rushed for 172-Yards and Two Touchdowns and Caught Two Passes for 8-Yards, giving him 180-Yards of Total Offense.  180-Yards of Total Offense

WIDE RECEIVER

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1. Wide Receiver Anthony Miller (#3) With Quarterback Riley Ferguson (#4) – Memphis

Memphis Super-Star Wide Receiver Anthony Miller had one of the Most Incredible Pass-Catching Games of the Season as he Caught 15 Passes for an Unbelievable 224-Yards and Four Touchdowns from Super-Star Quarterback Riley Ferguson in their 70-31 Victory over U-Conn in an American Athletic Conference Game.

Ferguson Found His Favorite Wide Receiver, Anthony Miller, on 15 Passes on Friday Night and the Tremendous Passing Duo Set Several Passing RecordsWith his Incredible 15 Catches for 224-Yards, Miller Set Records for Memphis and The American Athletic Conference in Catches. The Four Touchdown Catches by Miller Tied The AAC Conference Record and also The Memphis School Record.

Ferguson (6-3, 210, 4.72) and Miller (5-11, 190, 4.42) Connected on Three  Touchdowns of  17, 8, and 40-Yards in the First Half, and they lead at Half-Time by a 35-24 Score. The Tigers then Scored the First 28 Points in the Second Half, and it was Highlighted by a 32-Yard Touchdown Catch from Ferguson to Miller over a Defensive Back in the back of the End-Zone.

“Ever since I’ve gotten here, after Transferring From Tennessee, Miller is a guy who has stayed with me after practice and we throw every single day,” Ferguson said. “I think just on a daily basis our chemistry is building even more than it already is.”

“I think we came out here kind of mad from our loss late week to Central Florida and when we came out here we took it out on U-Conn,” said Miller.

Miller has a Catch in all 30 Games that he has played-in and has Multiple Catches in The Last 13 Straight Games. – 224-Yards of Receiving Yards

DEFENSE

Defensive Linemen

Image result for D.j. wonnum Photos1. Rush End D.J. Wonnum (#8) – South Carolina

Last year South Carolina Defensive Line Coach Lance Thompson said that Freshman D.J. Wonnum had the Mindset of a Senior. Then, just before the 2017 Football Season, Head Coach Will Muschamp said that the Rising Super Sophomore was a Future All-Conference Player in the SEC.

Six Games into his Sophomore Season people involved in SEC Football are Starting to Remember and Take Notice of #8 on the Gamecocks Defensive Line.

On Monday, Wonnum was Named as The SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week, two days after Recording Four tackles, including One Tackle For a Loss, Had Two Pass Break-Ups, and Three Quarterback Hurries.

The Pro Football Focus rated The Performance of  Wonnum in the 48-22 Victory over Arkansas as a 90.3, which was the Best Defensive Player in the SEC.

“I felt like I did pretty good,” Wonnum said after the game. “I left some plays out there, but every day I come with the mindset to play as hard as I can.”

South Carolina does not have any Record of ever Scoring Three Defensive Touchdowns in their 125-Years that they have Played Football. Gamecocks Head Coach Will Muschamp is known for his Great Defensive Minded Teams and he Could Not Remember getting Three Touchdowns from his Defensive Team in his Career.

D.J. Wonnum was Selected as the SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week. –Recorded Four tackles, including One Tackle For a Loss, Had Two Pass Break-Ups, and Three Quarterback Hurries.

Related image2. Strong End Bradley Chubb (#9) – NC State

Super All-American Defensive End Bradley Chubb Led a Fabulous Defensive Effort that kept Putting Tremendous Pressure on 2016 Heisman Trophy Award Winner Louisville Lamar Jackson at Quarterback. Jackson Ran for Two Touchdowns and Passed for a Touchdown, but the Great Wolfpack Defense Sacked him for Four Quarterback Sacks and got a Game-Clinching Interception Return for a Touchdown late in the Fourth Quarter to close out the Cardinals with a Loss.

In this 39-25 Victory against Louisville, Chubb Recorded Six Tackles, including Two Solo Tackles, One Quarterback Sack, Two Tackles for a Loss, and Two Quarterback Hurries.

After Six Games in 2017, Chubb has Recorded 35 Tackles, including 17 Solo Tackles, 13 Tackles For a Loss, 6.5 Quarterback Sacks, and 19 Quarterback Sacks.

Chubb is a a Sensational Disruptive Beast for the Wolfpack and his Name Will be Called Real Early in the 2018 NFL Draft First Round in April.

Chubb (6-4, 275, 4.62) of Marietta, Georgia is a Repeat MVP from Both Weeks Four and Five and Now Week Six. – Six Tackles, including Two Solo Tackles, One Quarterback Sack, Two Tackles for a Loss, and Two Quarterback Hurries

Linebacker

Image result for Joel Lanning Photos1. Linebacker Joel Lanning – (#7) Iowa State

Super Two-Way Athletic Joel Lanning, a Red-Shirt Senior, was Incredible on Both Offense and Defense in the Iowa State 38-31 UPSET Victory over #3 Ranked Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday. Lanning Played a 78-Plays in the Game, Including 57-Plays on Defense, 13-Plays on Offense and 8-Plays on Special Teams.

On Defense, at Middle Linebacker, Lanning (6-2, 230, 4.6) of Ankeny, Iowa was Sensational as he Recorded Eight Tackles, including Four Solo Tackles, One Quarterback Sack, Recovered a Forced Fumble, and had a Tackle for a Loss. On Offense, Lanning Rushed for 35-Yards and Completed Two of Three Passes for another 25-Yards. He also Made a Beautiful Key-Block that allowed David Montgomery to Get-Loose on a 46-Yard Catch of a Screen-Pass, enabling Montgomery to Reverse the Playing-Field.

With Starting Quarterback Jacob Park taking a Leave of Absence for Personal Health Reasons, there was a Need for a New Quarterback and Lanning Rotated in at Quarterback behind Kyle Kempt, while also continuing to play on Defense at Linebacker.

“It was fun,” Lanning said. “Coming into an atmosphere like this, you can’t ask for anything better, especially being able to play Both Ways. I can’t say enough about my Teammates and what they did to help me out. It was a lot of stuff going on for me. I didn’t have my best game Defensively, but we got the win.”

Lanning played Quarterback in 2016 before Changing to Middle Linebacker during the Off-Season after Park won the Starting Quarterback Job.

Entering The Saturday Game, With Oklahoma, Lanning was Second in the Big-12 with 46 tackles. On Monday, Joel Lanning Was Selected as The Big-12 Defensive Player of The Week and also The National Walter Camp Defensive Player of the Week. – Eight Tackles, including Four Solo Tackles, One Quarterback Sack, Recovered One Fumble, and One Tackle for a Loss

Image result for Devin White Photo2. Linebacker Devin White (#40) – LSU

LSU Super Inside Linebacker Devin White has been Outstanding All Season, but in the Tremendous 17-16 victory over SEC Rival Florida, he was Sensational in Leading the Tigers to Victory and he Was Rewarded for his Sensational Game by being Named as the SEC C0-Defensive of the Week Honors.

In this Florida Game, White Recorded his Fourth Straight Double-Digit Tackles with 13 Tackles, including 4 Solo Tackles, Recorded One Quarterback Sack for a Minus 8-Yards, and One Batted-Down Pass.

The Batted-Down Pass Might have been the Biggest Plays of the Game,because it came at the Most Crucial Time in the Game. It occurred on a Fourth Down and Three-Yards to go on the Gators Final Possession of the Game, and it Sealed the Victory for the Tigers.

White (6-1, 255, 4.44) of Springhill North Webster, Louisiana also Paced The LSU Defense that Kept The Florida Gators to Only 302-Yards of Total Offense and they also Recorded Five Quarterback Sacks. The LSU Defense also held The Gators to only 2 of 8 on Third Down Conversions.

After Receiving over 40 Scholarship Offers, coming-out of  North Webster High School in Springhill, Louisiana, White was Selected to the 2016 Southeastern Conference All-Freshman Team.

After Six Games in 2017, White Leads the SEC in Total Tackles with 62 Tackles and is Averaging 10.3 Tackles Per Game. He also Ranks 12th in Tackles For a Loss with 5.5. In the Country, White also Ranks Fifth in Tackles and Eighth in Tackles Per Game Average.

Leading The Tigers to Victory, Devin White Was Rewarded for his Sensational Game by being Named as the SEC C0-Defensive of the Week Honors. – Thirteen Tackles, including Four Solo Tackles, One Quarterback Sack, One Tackle for a Loss, and a Key Batted-Down Pass

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2017 College Football Super Elite 18 MVP’s For Week Five By Super Scout Max Emfinger

2017 COLLEGE FOOTBALL SUPER
ELITE 18
 MVP’S FOR WEEK FIVE
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

WEEKLY NOTES: To be Eligible for an MVP Berth, your Team has got to be on the Winning Team. In Week One, there were a lot of Defensive Players who had a Great Game, but there were not any of them that had a Phenomenal Game and so I did not have any Defensive Players in Week One.

In Week Five, I have Set some New Guidelines for the MVP Players as Follows: Quarterbacks: 375-Yards of Offense – Running Backs: 150-Yards – Wide Receivers: 150-Yards – All-Purpose Backs: 175-Yards – Defensive Line: 2 Sacks and 1 TFL – Linebacker: 10 Tackles, 2 Sacks – Defensive Back: 2 Interceptions

OFFENSE

Image result for Mason Rudolph Photos1. Quarterback Mason Rudolph(#2) – Oklahoma State

Mason Rudolph may not be the Best College Quarterback in the Country, but he is one of the Best Quarterbacks that I have ever seen and on Saturday, he led his #15 Ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys to a 41-34 Big-12 Win over Texas Tech in Lubbock, Texas.

I watched most of this Game on Television and he seemed to be “Going in Fast-Motion” on every Single Play, because The Quarterbacks on the other TV Channels seemed to be going in “Slow-Motion” in Comparison to Rudolph.

Rudolph Completed 27 of 38 Passes, against a Really Good Defense, for 376-Yards and Three Touchdowns. This was Unbelievably Great, but the Key to the Victory was his Two Rushing Touchdowns, when all of his Wide Receivers were Covered.

Rudolph (6-4, 230, 4.72) of Rock Hill Northwestern, South Carolina ran 16-Yards for the Go-Ahead Touchdown in the Last Two Minutes and Oklahoma State was Finally able to beat The Red Raiders on Saturday night. His Second Rushing Touchdown after Halftime followed Three First-Half Touchdown Passes for Rudolph.

“A lot of those were just kind of me Ad-Libbing,” Rudolph said. “We’ll watch it on film and see if I get yelled at. But I think, whenever the result is a Touchdown, you won’t get yelled at too much.”

Another thing that was Very Impressive about Rudolph was that he Completed passes to Eight Different Receivers against Texas Tech, including Touchdown Passes To three Different Receivers. His Leadership on The Game-Winning Touchdown Drive and then he Rushed for the Go-Ahead Touchdown that Sealed the Victory was also Impressive.

The Top Two Favorite Wide Receivers for Rudolph all Season have been Super Wide Receiver James Washington and Super Wide Receiver Marcell Ateman. In this Game, Washington Caught 9 Passes for 127-Yards and a Touchdown and Ateman Caught 6 Passes for 114-Yards. Washington (6-0, 205, 4.32) is another #1 Draft Choice and could be the #1 Wide Receiver Selected in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Oklahoma State held the Red Raiders to 384-Yards, or about 200-Yards below the third-best average in the county coming into the Game, and they stopped Texas Tech after their Kicker Matt Ammendola missed an 18-Yard Field Goal that would have given the Cowboys the lead with 5:30 remaining. Ammendola missed a 22-Yard Field Goal at the same end of the Field in the first half.

In the Oklahoma State 79-Yard Winning Touchdown DriveAteman made an Incredible “Jump-Ball Catch” over Red Raider Defensive Back Octavious Morgan for 26-Yards on a Third Down. Two plays later, Rudolph faked a Hand-Off and then ran Completely Untouched into the Right Corner of the End-Zone with 1:12 Left in the Game.

“If you lose, you’ve got to rally, “Cowboys Head Coach Mike Gundy said. “You’ve got to get over it. It sure helps, attitudes and an open week, when you can win a game like this.”

Rudolph Recorded his 17th Game of 300-Yards, breaking the Oklahoma State School Record of Brandon Weeden with 16 Games. Rudolph not only Passed for 376-Yards and Three Touchdowns, but he also Ran for another 50-Yards on 11 Rushes and Two More Touchdowns, giving him 426-Yards and Five Touchdowns. – 426-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Max Browne Photos2. Quarterback Max Browne (#4) – Pittsburgh

Quarterback Max Browne of Pittsburgh had an Incredible Game on Saturday in a 42-10 Victory as he Completed an Amazing 28 of 32 Passes for 410-Yards and Four Touchdowns.

In High School, Browne “Put-Up” some “Mind-boggling” Numbers at Sammamish Skyline, Washington when he Passed for 12,953-Yards and 146 Touchdowns from his Sophomore Year to his Senior Year, including 4,500-Yards and 49 Touchdowns in his Senior Season. As a result, Browne, who also led the High School Team to Back-to-Back State Championships, was named as the 2012-13 Gatorade National Football Player of the Year.

Browne (6-5, 230, 4.76) also had one of the Most Prolific Passing Game in University of Pittsburgh History as he Connected on 88-Percent of his Passes and did not have a Single Touchdown. Another Unbelievable Fact is that these And to make his Unbelievable Passing Feat even more Incredible was the Fact that they could have been even more Impressive, because he had Three Dropped-Passes in the First Half alone.

Also, in the First Half, Browne Completed 14 of 16 Passes for 247-Yards and Three Dropped-Passes and he Finished with 410-Yards. This Final Total Passing Yardage was the Highest Passing Total Since Pittsburgh Quarterback Tom Savage Passed for 424-Yards Against Duke on September 21, 2013.

The Amazing 28 Completions of Browne was also the Most Pittsburgh Completions for a Pitt Quarterback Since Savage Completed 28 Passes Against Syracuse on November 23, 2013. Browne is one of only nine players in Pittsburgh Football History to Pass for more than 400-Yards in a Single Game, and on Saturday, his 410 Passing Yards Rank Eighth on the All-Time Panthers School RecordBrowne Recorded a Fabulous 236.4 Quarterback Rating. – 410-Yards Passing

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3. Running Back Bryce Love (#20) – Stanford

All-American Junior Running Back Bryce Love was Sensational Again for the Stanford Cardinal as he Rushed for a Phenomenal 301-Yards on 25 Carries and Scored Three Touchdowns in The Cardinal 34-24 Victory over Arizona State.

In this Incredible Game, Love Set The Stanford Single-Game Rushing record with 301-Yards which is Tied for Eighth-Most in Pac-12 History. Also in this Game, Love Averaged an Unbelievable 12.0-Yards on his 25 Carries and had a Career-High Three Touchdown Runs and they went for 61, 43 and 59-YardsLove Broke The Christian McCaffrey One-Year-Old Record of 284-Yards.

Love entered the Game Leading the C0untry in Rushing and Added to his Country-Leading Total as he had Touchdown Runs of 61, 43, and 59-Yards. He now has 1,088-Yards Rushing for this Season, the Third Player since 2004 to eclipse the 1,000-Yard Rushing Mark in his First Five Games of the Season.

In the last 20 Years, Love and Heisman Trophy Award Winner, Reggie Bush, of Southern Cal are the only Two Players with Back-To-Back 250-Yard Rushing Games and Stanford only had One Player in the First 1,254 Games of the Program that had a 250-Yard Game.

Love has also Rushed for 100-Yards in Seven Consecutive Games which is the Second-Longest Streak in Stanford School History, and he is the only player in the last 20 years with a Rushing Game of 50 or more Yards in Seven Consecutive Games.

Love has now reached that mark in his Last Two Back-To-Back games. You also need to Remember that Christian McCaffrey was the Starting Running Back in 2016.

In the First Game of this Season, Love proved that he could “Take-The-Place” in Great Style of Running Back Christian McCaffrey, who Everyone Remembers was Drafted #1 in the 2017 NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers as he Rushed for 180-Yards in Leading The Cardinal to a 62-7 Victory over Rice on Sunday in the Sydney College Football Cup.

Bryce Love is one of the Best College Football Players in America,” said Stanford Head Coach David Shaw! “There are not many guys like him.”

NFL SUPER SCOUT NOTE: Bryce Love has been one of The Best Running Backs in the Entire Country in 2017, but after Rushing for 301-Yards, his NFL Draft Stock, if possible, will become even Stronger, Competing With Super Running Back Saquon Barkley For Number One. Love May Not have the Great Ideal Size of an Every-Down NFL Running Back, but with his Great Speed, Elusiveness, and Great Ability to Make Defenders Miss Him and Out-Run Most of the Other Defenders make him an Excellent Slot-Back or Running Back on Third-Down Situations. Although Love is a Relative Newcomer to the the Possible #1 Draft Choice Club, but he could Very-Well become a Member of that Super Elite and Some NFL Team Could Very Well Fall in Love with his Great Athleticism and Great Versatility and Draft Him in the First or Second Round. – 301-Yards Rushing

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4. All-Purpose Back Saquon Barkley (#26) – Penn State

All-American Running Back Saquon Barkley had another Unbelievable Football Game in Leading his Penn State Team to a 45-14 Victory over Indiana. The Most Unbelievable Thing about his Indiana Game was Probably the Fact that except for the Fact that he Returned the Opening Kickoff for a 98-Yard Return for a Touchdown, the Rest of the Game was his Worst Game of the Season.

In the Rest of the Game, Barkley Completed a Touchdown Pass for 16-Yards; Rushed 20 Times for 56-Yards; Caught Four Passes for 51-Yards; and the 98-Yard Kick Return; giving him 221-Yards of Total Offense or All-Purpose Yards.

However, The 2017 Winner of the September Heisman Trophy Award has been Announced and the Winner is Penn State Running Back Saquon Barkley.

It’s a Made-Up Award and is even more difficult to describe than the Actual Heisman Trophy Winner. It goes to the Player who has Captured the Most Imagination from College Football Fans, while Piling-Up Unbelievable Stats and Playing Phenomenal in a Couple of the Big Games during the First Month of the Glorified Pre-Season.

In Selecting a Weekly MVP Players of the Week Award, I have found that there are only about Three or Four Players who would Qualify for this September Heisman Award.

One could make a case for Stanford Running Back Bryce Love; Oklahoma Quarterback Baker Mayfield; or maybe even Oklahoma State Quarterback Mason Rudolph; but Barkley is the Current Heisman Trophy Award Favorite in the betting markets after leading the country in Incredible and Unbelievable highlights. – 221-Yards of All-Purpose Yards

Image result for Jordan Chunn Photos5. All-Purpose Back Jordan Chunn (#36) – Troy State

The Unbelievable Performance of Running Back Jordan Chunn and his Troy State Team in their Incredible 24-21 UPSET Victory over LSU at their Homecoming Might have been the Biggest Shocker-Game of the Weekend.

Jordan Chunn (6-0, 235, 4.56) from Gurley, Alabama ran for an Incredible 191-Yards and a Touchdown Against a SEC Defense that was Supposed to be one of the Best in the Country. Troy also Forced Four LSU Turnovers and the surging Trojans UPSET the 25th-Ranked Tigers 24-21 on Saturday night in LSU Tiger Stadium on Homecoming Night.

At the End of the Third Quarter, there were only about 30,000 – 40,000 Fans in the Stands from the First Kickoff of 102,000. Troy State,  from The Sunbelt Conference, became the First Football Team from outside the Southeastern Conference to win at Death Valley since UAB in 2000. They Snapped the Tigers Winning Streak of 49 Straight Home Victories over Non Conference Opponents.

Chunn Rushed for 191-Yards and he also Caught 2 Passes for Six-Yards, giving him 197-Yards of All-Purpose Yards. – 197-Yards of All-Purpose Yards

Image result for Justice Hill Photos6. All-Purpose Back Justice Hill (#27) – Oklahoma State

Super Quarterback Mason Rudolph kept his #15 Oklahoma State from having to worry about another missed Field Goal when he ran 16-Yards for the Go-Ahead and Winning Touchdown in the Final Two Minutes of the Game to give The Cowboys a 41-34 Victory over Texas Tech, on Saturday Night.

Rudolph (#2) was Sensational as he Completed 27 of 38 Passes for 376-Yards and Three Touchdowns and he Rushed for another 50-Yards and Two More Touchdowns, giving him 426-Yards of Total Offense and Five Touchdowns. Although Rudolph had all of these Amazing Stats; he was Not the Only Super-Star for the Cowboys.

The Top Two Favorite Wide Receivers for Rudolph all Season have been Sensational  Wide Receiver James Washington and Super Wide Receiver Marcell Ateman. In this Game, Washington Caught 9 Passes for 127-Yards and a Touchdown; while Ateman Caught 6 Passes for 114-Yards. Washington (6-0, 205, 4.32) is another NFL #1 Draft Choice and he could be the #1 Wide Receiver Selected in the 2018 NFL Draft.

One of the Reasons that Rudolph was so Successful with his Passing Game was because of the Very Successful Running Game that was led by Sophomore Running Back Justice Hill, who had a Sensational Career-High 164-Yards Rushing for the Cowboys along with a 5-Yard Touchdown Catch. Hill Caught Two Passes for 7-Yards to go with his 164-Yards Rushing, giving him 171-Yards of All-Purpose Yards.

Hill (5-10, 185, 4.33, 42.5, 4.11) of Tulsa Washington, Oklahoma was Selected as The 2016 Big-12 Newcomer of the Year; along with being Selected to The 2016 Big-12 All-Conference Second Team; when he also Rushed for 1,042-Yards in 2016. Hill also Averaged 105.9-Yards Rushing Per Game in 2016.

His 1,042-Yards Rushing as a Freshman, is the Most Ever in the Oklahoma State History. The 1,042-Yards is the Sixth Best in the History of the Big-12. It also Ranks Third Among all FBS Freshman behind the 1,062-Yards by Damarea Crockett of Missouri and the 1,057-Yards by Benny Snell of Kentucky.

Hill has Tremendous Speed, Quickness, and Agility. His Measurables with a 42.5 Vertical Jump and 4.11 Pro Shuttle 4.11 are Exceptional; plus he Ran a 10.8 in the 100-Meters. These Facts will make Hill a Top NFL Draft Choice in The 2019 or 2020 Draft as a Slot Back. – 171-Yards of All-Purpose Yards

Image result for Josh Adams Football Photos7. Running Back Josh Adams (#33) – Notre Dame

Super-Star Running Back Josh  Adams had a Sensational Game in Leading his #22 Ranked Notre Dame Team to a 52-17 Victory over Miami (Ohio) on Saturday.

In this Game, Adams helped the Irish get-off to a Great Start Resulting in a 14-0 Irish lead in the First 3:30 Minutes of the Game. On just the second play of the Game, Adams Ran 72-Yards for a Touchdown, Marking his Fourth Rush of this Season of 60-Yards or more.

Then, only Two Series Later, Adams Raced 53-Yards for Another Touchdown to-give The Irish a 21-7 Lead. With his Second Touchdown of the Game, Adams had Carried the Football Five Times for an Amazing 151-Yards, Setting a new Career-Best for Fewest Carries to get to 100-Yards or more.

The Notre Dame Football Team (4-1) secured win #900 in School History against The Miami (Ohio) Redhawks. The Irish Offense struck early and often, Scoring 45 Points in the First Half, which marked the most Points Scored in the First Half during the Head Coach Brian Kelly Era. In addition, the 35-Point Victory was The Notre Dame Third Straight Victory of 20 or More Points for the First Time since 2005.

The Defense also played a major role in the First Quarter, Forcing Two Turnovers via The First Greer Martini Career Interception and The First Career Forced Fumble for Junior Defensive Tackle Jerry Tiller. Notre Dame Converted both Turnovers into 14 Points, first with a Brandon Wimbush One-Yard Quarterback Sneak for a Touchdown, and later by a Seven-Yard Touchdown Reception by Wide Receiver Chase Claypool.

Tiller (6-6, 310, 5.2) of Shreveport Evangel, Louisiana was also Outstanding for The Notre Dame Defense as he Recorded Three Solo Tackles, including One and a Half Quarterback Sacks and a Forced Fumble.

After the First Quarter was Over, the Irish Scored 28 Points on the Scoreboard which was the Most Points Scored in a Single Quarter since September 3, 2005. 159-Yards Rushing

Image result for Kenny Cooper Georgia Tech Photos8. Offensive Center Kenny Cooper (#55) – Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech Super-Star Offensive Center Kenny Cooper has been named as the Atlantic Coast Conference Offensive Lineman of the Week, the ACC Office Announced on Monday. The Award came in Recognition of his Great Blocking Performances in the Huge Georgia Tech 33-7 Victory over North Carolina on Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

Cooper (6-3, 307, 5.2) of Calhoun Sonoraville, Georgia Anchored an Unbelievable Offensive Line that paved the way for The Georgia Tech Rushing Attack to rush for an Unbelievable 403-Yards and Score on 6-of-11 Offensive Possessions in the Victory. The Sophomore Center had a Fabulous 10 Knockdown Blocks in 76 Offensive Plays which was an Uncanny One for every 7.6 snaps.

Behind the Cooper-Led Offensive Front Five, The Yellow Jackets had an Incredible Two Offensive Backs who Rushed for 100-Yard Games, including Quarterback Taquon Marshall with 137-Yards Rushing and Running Back KirVonte Benson with 130-Yards Rushing.

Cooper was in the 2016 Recruiting Class of Georgia Tech. “I think he’s one of the Best Football Players in the State of Georgia,” said Sonoraville Head Coach Jim Kremer. “He is certainly one of the Best Players that I have Coached in 29 Years.”

Cooper had Received more than 20 FCS Offers, but he was Still Under the Radar. He Played mostly on the Defensive Line for a AAA Team that reached the Second Round of the Playoff that Season. He is 6-foot-3 and 307 and he is particularly agile for his size.

“As a Junior, Cooper went out for the Wrestling Team for the first time, joining the team in December, and he then went on to Finish as a State Finalist in the Heavyweight Division. He moves around like a kid that weighs 150 pounds.” Kremer further described Cooper as turning into a “Monster” when he sets foot on the field. “He’s got an Unbelievable Motor,” Kremer said. “They’ve got a hard, tough kid is what they’ve got.”

Cooper was recruited by Georgia Tech Linebackers Coach,And Recruiting Coordinator, and Long-Time Friend Andy McCollum, who had been Keeping Tabs on Cooper before making him an Offer.

DEFENSE

Related image1. Defensive End Bradley Chubb (#9) – NC State

Defensive End Bradley Chubb of North Carolina State had a Sensational Game in a 33-25 Victory over Syracuse. In this Game, Chubb of Marietta, Georgia was a Repeat MVP from Week Four MVP’s.

Chubb (6-4, 275, 4.62) was Unbelievable for the Second Straight Week as he Recorded Eight Tackles, including Six Solo Tackles, Recorded 3.5 Tackles For a Loss for a Minus 24-Yards, and then Recorded Two Quarterback Sacks. If this was not enough, Chubb also Recorded Two Quarterback Hurries in the Victory.

Simply put, Chubb is a Real Beast. He Recorded Two Quarterback Sacks in a win over Syracuse a week after Recording Two quarterback Sacks in a win over Florida State and he also Did Not Show Much Respect for the Florida State Home Turf.  For the Season Chubb has 5 1/2 Quarterback Sacks. Chubb is a an Unbelievable Disruptive Beast for the Wolfpack and he will Hear his name Called Early in the NFL Draft First Round in April. – Eight Tackles, Six Solo Tackles, 3.5 Tackles for a Loss, Two Quarterback Sacks, and Two Quarterback Hurries

Clemson linebacker Dorian O'Daniel (6) intercepts a2. Linebacker Dorian O’Daniel (#6) – Clemson

In the Photo Above, Clemson Linebacker, Dorian O’Daniel (#6) makes an Interception Against Virginia Tech and Runs it 22-Yards for a Touchdown and Put an End to The  Hokies Comeback and Secure a 31-17 Victory for the Tigers.

In High School, O’Daniel (6-1, 220, 4.56) was an All-State Running Back and on Saturday night, he  showed why, as he Intercepted a pass and calmly glided 22-Yards for a Touchdown with 11 Minutes and 8 Seconds Left in the Game, to Help-Seal #2 Clemson to their 31-17 Victory against #12 Virginia Tech at Lane Stadium.

O’Daniel is a Fifth-Year Graduate Student from Olney, Maryland, and he Entered the 2017 Football Season with only One Career Interception. He Now has Two Career Interception Returns for a Touchdown in the Past Three Weeks.

O’Daniel Became the First Clemson Player to Return Two Interceptions for Touchdowns  in the Same Season Since 1990, when Arlington Nunn had Three Interceptions.

The O’Daniel Interception capped another strong performance by The Great Clemson Defense, which Recorded Eight Tackles for a Loss and Intercepted Two Passes by Virginia Tech Quarterback Josh Jackson, who only had One Interception before the Game.

“We knew the “Sledding” was going to be tough,” Virginia Tech Head Coach Justin Fuente said. “They are Pretty Accomplished. Their Defensive Line is as good as I’ve seen.”

Clemson, which Beat Virginia Tech 42-35 in The ACC Championship Game Last Year, and has Defeated Virginia Tech Five Straight Games dating back to the 2011 SeasonClemson has also won its school-record 12th Consecutive road game, improved to 10-1 in Top 15 Match-ups over the last three years and has won a school-record seven consecutive games against ranked opponents.10 Tackles, Fumble Recovery, and Interception for Touchdown

3. Linebacker Garret Dooley (#5) – Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Defense is once again The Great Wisconsin Defense. The Badgers held Veteran Running Back Justin Jackson to an Unusually Low 25-Yards Rushing and kept The Northwestern Offense Dormant until a late scoring surge in the final Five Minutes of the Fourth Quarter.

Since the Wisconsin Badgers Switched Defenses in 2013, to The 3-4 Defense, the Outside Linebacker has been arguably its Highest-Profile Position and some of their Alumni include Joe Schobert, Vince Biegel, and TJ Watt. All of these Badgers Have Been Selected in the Last Two NFL Drafts.

Watt was Selected as the Overall 30th Selection by The Pittsburgh Steelers in 2017; and Schobert was Selected in 2016 and Biegel in 2017.

Outside Linebacker Garret Dooley had his Best Season in 2016, recording 40 Tackles and 3.5 Quarterback Sacks as the third outside linebacker behind Biegel and Watt. He Started Two Games at Michigan and Ohio State. As a Fifth-Year Senior, Dooley would have the Opportunity to Become a Real Really Great Leader as a Senior, and he has become that Great Badger Leader.

In the Northwestern Victory, Dooley had his Best Game of his Career as he Recorded Nine Tackles, including Three Solo Tackles; Three and a Half Quarterback Sacks; and Four and a Half Tackles for a Loss.

While it might be a Little Presumptuous to think that Garret Dooly could be Selected Somewhere in that Range of Watt and Biegel; after his Game on Saturday, Dooley might be able to get a Real NFL Look and its not out of the Question that he could be a late-round NFL Draft Selection and Find a Career in the NFL.

“This is our Defense,” said Dooley, whose Three and a Half of the Eight Wisconsin Sacks that kept Northwestern Quarterback Clayton Thorson on “The-Run” and looking over his shoulder all Night. “I think it’s similar to the last couple years. That’s like we have  always been.” – 9 Tackles, 3.5 Quarterback Sacks, and 3.5 Tackles for a Loss

Image result for Jay Henderson San Diego State Photos4. Linebacker Jay Henderson (#46) – San Diego State

Super Linebacker Jay Henderson had an Unbelievable Game on Saturday for San Diego State in their 34-28 Victory over Northern Illinois.

Henderson led the Great Aztecs Defense with Six Tackles, including Five Solo Tackles, Three Quarterback Sacks, and Four Tackles for a Loss.

Henderson Played Defensive End During the 2016 Season, but moved back to Middle Linebacker before the 2017 Season Started.

The #19 Ranked San Diego Aztecs did not Especially Like Seeing Their Super-Star Running Back, Rashaad Penny, Coming-Off the Field in Pain after having his right eye gouged by a Northern Illinois Player in the Second Quarter Saturday night.

“It got us all “Fired up” said Cornerback Kameron Kelly after the Aztecs got some big plays early and then held off Northern Illinois 34-28 to Improve to 5-0 for the first time since 1975. Juan Washington Returned the Opening Kickoff 96-Yards for a Touchdown and Freshman Free Safety Tariq Thompson had Two Interceptions, including one that he Returned for an 83-Yard Touchdown.

“I just think that stuff shouldn’t happen,” said Penny, the Second-Leading Rusher in the Country, coming in and who was held to 107-Yards on 25 Carries for his lowest output of the season. “I thought we were all more mature than that. I bounced back. I can’t thank my teammates enough. They picked me up when I was down. It was all them. It was a Great Win.”

Henderson was a Super Linebacker in High School at Phelan Serrano, California where he was a Two-Time All-League Selection The Defensive MVP as a Senior. As a Senior, Henderson Recorded 57 Tackles, 5.5 Quarterback Sacks, Caused Five Fumbles, Blocked Two Punts and Recovered a Fumble. On Offense, he Caught 15 passes for 219-Yards and scored Four Touchdowns.

Both Free Safety Tariq Thompson and Linebacker Jay Henderson Led the Great Aztecs Defense. Thompson had Two Interceptions, including one that he Returned for an 83-Yard Touchdown.  Six Tackles, including Five Solo Tackles, Three Quarterback Sacks, and Four Tackles for a Loss

Image result for Michael pinckney Photos5. Linebacker Michael Pinckney (#56) – Miami

“Our Great Defense gave up some yards and grass between both of the 20-Yard Lines,” Miami Head Coach Mark Richt said. “But when it got in the Red-Zone, we found ways to force field goals; I really thought that our Defense finished extremely well.”

It also started well, too. On the Duke First Drive, they marched to within reach of the End-Zone and they had a Fourth-and-One from the Miami 13, but Sophomore Linebacker Michael Pinchney Sprinted Untouched “Right Up The Middle” on a blitz and Tackled Daniel Jones for a Possession-Ending Quarterback Sack.

Then Pinchney was Awarded the Gold Jewelry Bling midway through the Second Quarter after he made an Incredible Interception of Duke Quarterback Daniel Jones on a Tipped Pass. The Gold Bling (In Photo) made The Trip to Durham and it goes to the First Miami Hurricane Football Player to Record a Turnover.

This was the Best Game of the Year for Pinckney (6-1, 228, 4.56) of Jacksonville Raines, Florida, and he had 10 Tackles, including 5 Solo Tackles to go with his Quarterback Sack, Interception, and 1.5 Tackles For a Loss to lead the Miami Defensive Effort that included Five Quarterback Sacks of Jones in the 31-6 Victory over Duke. – Ten Tackles, including Five Solo Tackles, One Quarterback Sack, One Interception, and 1.5 Tackles For a Loss

Image result for Levi Wallace Photos6. Cornerback Levi Wallace (#39) – Alabama

One of the Most Intriguing and Most Exciting Recruiting Stories in the Country is the Story of Super Alabama Cornerback Levi Wallace who has Just been Selected as the SEC Defensive Player of the Week for his Outstanding Game in the Crimson Tide  66-3 Victory over a Fairly Good Ole Miss Team.

The Honor was Announced on Monday after Wallace Intercepted Two Passes against Ole Miss, including the one that he returned for a Touchdown to give Alabama an early 14-0 lead.

Through Five Early Games, Wallace (6-0, 183, 4,42) from Tucson, Arizona, who is a Red-Shirt Senior is tied for the SEC lead with Three Interceptions and is Second in the SEC with Six Pass Deflections. The Nine Total Passes Defended is tied for Seventh-Best in the Country.

“If a Quarterback wants to throw my way, that’s fine,” Wallace said. “I love defending, trying to go against the Best Wide Receivers they have. But I just like to be in a Great Position to make the plays.”

The Wallace 35-Yard Interception Return for a Touchdown was the 60th Non Offensive Touchdown in the Head Coach Nick Saban Era and this one by Wallace is the First Non Offensive Touchdown of the 2017 Football Season. Wallace also had 66-Yards of Return Yardage on his Two Interceptions.

The Great Ole Miss Offense and their Quarterback Shea Patterson entered the Alabama Game Averaging 427-Yards Passing per Game, and Ranked Fourth in the Country, but was only able to Accumulate 165-Yards Passing and with the Two Wallace Interceptions and no Touchdown Passes, Wallace Essentially shut down his side of the field as Alabama Only Allowed 253-Yards of Total Offense.

The Most Sensational Part of This Game for Wallace was The Fact that he did not make a Single Tackle in this Game, because on Every Single Play of the Game, He was Covering one of the Top Ole Miss Wide Receivers and instead of making Tackles, he Kept Quarterback Shea Patterson from Completing Very Many Passes.

The Rebels Finished with a Passing Efficiency Rating of just 82.28 and that was almost 100 Points lower than their Season Average before entering the Alabama Game.

So How did Wallace get to Tuscaloosa from Tucson, Arizona? Wallace has gone from being a Walk-On to being a Starting Cornerback on one of the Top Teams and Top Defenses in the Country and being one of the Most Consistent Players on Defense.

Wallace did not Play in 2015, but he was Awarded a Scholarship in the Fall of 2016 and now he is one of the Best Cornerbacks in the SEC. And if he keeps this up, he could soon be in contention for some of the Postseason Honors, including The Jim Thorpe Defensive Back Award.

Only one player on The Entire Alabama Team has been named as Player of the Week and he has done it Three times already and it is Levi Wallace. – Two Interceptions and One 35-Yard Interception for a Touchdown

Badgers safety Natrell Jamerson celebrates after returning7. Free Safety Natrell Jamerson (#12) – Wisconsin

Free Safety Natrell Jamerson had an Unbelievable Game for Wisconsin in their 33-24 Victory over Northwestern as he Recorded Six Tackles, including 2 Solo Tackles, Two Interceptions, and a Half Sack. Then on Monday, The Big Ten Announced that Wisconsin Badgers Natrell Jamerson Earned the Big-10 Conference’s Defensive Player of the Week Award for his Performance on Saturday.

One of The Jamerson Interceptions was an Electrifying Pick-Six in the Fourth Quarter that allowed Wisconsin to build a 31–10 lead. Not only did Jamerson Intercept Two Passes during The Wisconsin Victory, he took his Fourth-Quarter Interception 36-Yards for a Touchdown.

What went through the head of Jamerson, during the interception and taking it to the house?

“Have a good celebration,” Jamerson said. “Just it’s a great feeling, especially with a pick-six like that. Once I was in the clear, the first thing that was coming to mind was, ‘I’m celebrating,’ because we always talk about it in the Defensive Backs Meeting Room. Just having great return skills and got to have a good celebration, too, so that’s how it was.”

Through Four Games of this season, Jamerson, (6-0, 188, 4.42) of Ocala Vanguard, Florida, who just moved to Free Safety Last Spring from Wide Receiver and Cornerback, has Recorded 15 Tackles, 2.5 Tackles For a Loss, 0.5 Quarterback Sacks, 2 Interceptions, and 3 Pass Break-Ups, in this Season, before this Game.

Jamerson joins Wisconsin Quarterback Alex Horibrook and Wisconsin Running Back Jonathan Taylor as Wisconsin Players who have Received Big Ten player of the week Awards during the 2017 Season. – Six Tackles, including 2 Solo Tackles, Two Interceptions, and a Half Sack

Image result for DCota Dixon Photos8. Strong Safety D’Cota Dixon (#14) – Wisconsin

The Great Wisconsin Defense had Some Really Unbelievable Players this Week and Strong Safety D’Cota Dixon was Just Exceptional as Linebacker Garret Dooley and Free Safety Natrell Jamerson in Leading the Badgers to a 33-24 Victory over Northwestern.

In this Game Against Northwestern, Dixon Recorded 12 Tackles, including 7 Assists, 1.5 Quarterback Sacks, and a Safety that Sealed the Victory in the Last Few Minutes of the Game.

On Monday, Dixon (5-10, 200, 4.44) from New Smyrna Beach Oak Hill, Florida, was Selected as the Winner of the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week. Dixon was the Fifth Wisconsin Player Selected by the Walter Camp Foundation as Player of the Week since 2004 and Third Wisconsin Defensive Selection since Scott Starks on October 17, 2004. – Twelve Tackles, Seven Assists, 1.5 Quarterback Sacks, and Recorded a Safety

9. Strong Safety A.J. Gray – (#5) Georgia Tech

Super Safety A.J. Gray had a Sensational Game on Saturday in Leading Georgia Tech to a 33-7 Victory over North Carolina.

As it has for the vast majority of the first month of the season, the entire defense played well. The Defensive Unit forced seven three-and-outs, including on each of the Tar Heels first three series, and limited North Carolina to Two out of Twelve on Third Downs. The Seven Points allowed were a season low, the fewest points allowed since the 38-7 thumping of Vanderbilt last September 17, and the fewest points the Jackets have given up to North Carolina since the September 26, 2009 in a a 24-7 Victory. The Seven Points also were a season-low for North Carolina and it matched the second-fewest points scored in the Tenure of One of Good Friends, Head Coach Larry Fedora.

Junior A.J.Gray (6-1, 218, 4.5) of Sandersville Washington County, Georgia was a Georgia Gatorade Player of the Year and a Parade All-American and he was not about to get Played The Fool Again on Saturday Afternoon at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Instead, he played North Carolina.

With the 48-20 Loss to The Tar Heels, from last year, still “Fresh on his Mind” and still Fizzling, Gray made a pair of Third-Quarter Interceptions that “Keyed” The Georgia Tech 33-7 Victory, a near Whitewash on Whiteout Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

“I learned from my mistake last year,” said Gray, who came into the Saturday Game with Only One Interception in his Three-Year Career. “Last year they were reading me off of the run. If I came up, Quarterback Mitch Trubisky would throw the Slant behind me and if I just sat there, he would just hand it off.

This Year, I just stayed there and played off of North Carolina Quarterback Chazz Surratt. He was playing the game with me, but I was playing it with him, too.”

Gray played it better, especially early in the Third Quarter, as his First Interception  allowed Georgia Tech to break The Game Open and a 10-0 Lead.

“I thought A.J. probably played as well as he has ever played,” said Georgia Tech Head Coach Paul Johnson. whose Yellow Jackets Snapped a Three-Game Losing Streak against The Tar Heels. “Some of their Run-Pass stuff, Gray was Right-On-Cue with it. He stepped underneath the Slants and got a couple Picks. It was good to see him make plays, because he has got a lot of ability. Plus he made a couple nice plays in the open field on tackles. I’m proud of A.J., I thought he played well.”

The 26-point Margin of Victory was also The Georgia Tech Fourth-Largest in its 53-Game All-Time Series with North Carolina and the Largest since a 31-0 win on October 5, 1985, which coincidentally was current Defensive Coordinator Ted Roof Senior Football Season with The Yellow Jackets.

It also marked a nice turnaround for a Georgia Tech Defense that had allowed 134 points in the previous three games with the Heels, all losses.

“I said on Tuesday that we were a different defense,” said Senior Defensive End Antonio Simmons, who had a Huge Quarterback Sack for a Nine-Yard Loss on a Third-Down and 14-Yards to go, in the First Quarter after Georgia Tech had taken a 7-0 lead. “We are more mature, we were ready. We already knew what we were going to do so it’s not a surprise to us.”

The Two Interceptions by Gray did not come as a surprise to Senior Cornerback Lance Austin.

“A.J. is a Real Ball-Hawk,” said Austin, who led the Yellow Jackets with a Season-High Seven Solo Tackles and added a Pass-Breakup. “He got two picks in a game. That’s hard to do. Then he got them in a critical time, after the offense turned the ball over. I’m proud of A.J. and his performance today. “As a defense, we’re just flying around, having fun and making plays,” Austin added.

“The way the Defense is playing, we just want it,” said Gray. “We play with a lot of energy. That’s all there is to it. We just want to do it.” Gray wanted, and got, his two picks the same way: twice closing late and cutting in front of North Carolina Wide Receivers to Snag the Two Surratt Passes.

The Yellow Jackets Snapped a Three-Game Losing Streak against The Tar Heels. A.J. Gray was Named Atlantic Coast Conference Defensive Back of the Week, it was Announced on Monday. – Four Solo Tackles and Two Interceptions

10. Strong Safety Justin Reid (#8) – Stanford

In an Unbelievable Game that Made History All Around the World for a Mind-Boggling Player on Offense; there was also a Player on Defense who was just as Mind-Boggling.

Stanford Junior Running Back Bryce Love Turned the Football World “Upside-Down” with his Record-Setting Rushing-Day. No Player in Stanford History had ever Rushed for 301-Yards and Three Touchdowns as he Set a Single-Game School Record to help the Cardinal beat Arizona State 34-24. With his 301-Yards Rushing, Love Broke The Christian McCaffrey One-Year-Old Record of 284-Yards.

Love entered the Game Leading the C0untry in Rushing and Added to his Country-Leading Total as he had Touchdown Runs of 61, 43, and 59-Yards. He now has 1,088-Yards Rushing for this Season, the Third Player since 2004 to eclipse the 1,000-Yard Rushing Mark in his First Five Games of the Season.

The Unbelievable Player on the Stanford Defense was Strong Safety Justin Reid, who led the Cardinal in Tackles with Nine, including Two Solo Tackles, One Tackle for a Loss, One Pass Breakup, and Two Interceptions.

I watched one of the Interceptions of Reid and it was an Unbelievable One, because their were at least Seven or Eight Players who Went-Up for the Interception and he Came Down with it.

After Five Games, Junior Reid was the Cardinal Leading Tackler in both the UCLA and Arizona State Games; plus he has Four Interceptions and the Country Leader has Five. Reid also has been Selected to The Chuck Bednarik Award Watch List and The Jim Thorpe Award Watch List.

In 2016, as a Sophomore, Reid (6-1, 204, 4.47, 41, 4.22) was an All Pac-12 Honorable Mention and an All-Academic Honorable Mention. He also Recorded Six Tackles in the Sun Bowl Against North Carolina.

Reid is from Gismar Dutchtown High School, Louisiana which is about 45 Minutes from my House. In 2014, I Watched Reid play Against St Amant. He was Awesome and was Selected to The All-State, All-Metro, and All-District Teams. A Few Years earlier, I watched his Brother, Eric Reid, play and he was also Awesome. Eric was an All-American at LSU and now is a Super-Star for the San Francisco 49ers.

Reid, led the Cardinal in Tackles with Nine, including Two Solo Tackles, One Tackle for a Loss, One Pass Breakup, and Two Interceptions. – Nine Tackles, One Pass Breakup, One Tackle For a Loss, and Two Interceptions

 

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2017 College Football Fab Four All-Americans and Super 16 MVP’s  Week Four – By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Four Fabulous Offensive All-Americans
And 2017 College
Football Super 16 MVP’s  Week Four
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

WEEKLY NOTES: To be Eligible for an MVP Berth, your Team has got to be on the Winning Team. In Week One, there were a lot of Defensive Players who had a Great Game, but there were not any of them that had a Phenomenal Game and so I did not have any Defensive Players in Week One, but there were Numerous Quarterbacks with Phenomenal Games.

In Week Four, I have Set some New Guidelines for the MVP Players as Follows: Quarterbacks: 375-Yards of Offense – Running Backs: 150-Yards – Wide Receivers: 150-Yards – All-Purpose Backs: 175-Yards – Defensive Line: 2 Sacks and 1 TFL – Linebacker: 15 Tackles – Defensive Back: 2 Interceptions

FAB FOUR OFFENSIVE ALL-AMERICANS

Image result for Luke Falk PhotosQuarterback Luke Falk (#4) – Washington State

Washington State Sensational Quarterback Luke Falk was Unbelievable in a 45-7 Victory over Nevada and the Washington State Fans got to see a little Washington State History, and a Cougars Defense that looks ready and confident to take on Pac-12 South Favorite, Southern California on next Friday night.

Falk Completed 36 of 47 Passes for 478-Yards and Five Touchdowns, and in Recording those Tremendous Stats, he Threw his #100 Touchdown Pass. Falk, came into the Saturday Game with 98 Career Touchdown Passes, but it did not take him long to Achieve a Milestone, as he threw #99 on the Second Cougars Drive, which was a 12-Yard Touchdown Pass to Wide Receiver Jamal Morrow midway through the First Quarter.

The Landmark 100th Touchdown Pass came on The Cougars next drive, in the First Quarter, when Super Wide Receiver James Williams grabbed a Short Shovel Pass and  ran the rest of the way, finishing a 13-Yard Touchdown Pass with 3:24 left in the First Quarter, and moved into Third Place on the Pac-12 All-Time Career Touchdown Passing List.

With his 478-Yards, Falk also Increased his Career Passing Yardage Total to 12,271-Yards, surpassing the previous #3 held on the list by California Quarterback Jared Goff. The Record is held by Oregon State Quarterback Sean Mannion at 13,600 yards. Falk also came a lot Closer to the Pac-12 Career Pass Completions Record of 1,187 Completions. With five Touchdown Passes, Falk only needs 14 more to break the Pac-12 Career Record of 116, held by Quarterback Matt Barkley of Southern Cal.

With Three Tackles For a Loss, and Two Quarterback Sacks, Hercules Mata’afa increased his Career Total to 33, most among active Players players in the Pac-12. The Red-Shirt Junior, with 2½ Quarterback Sacks, is now #10 All-Time at Washington State with 16.5 Career Quarterback Sacks, passing Kache Palacio with 16.

Washington State and Southern Cal will play on Saturday and will bring two 4-0 Pac-10 Teams to play against each other and The Cougars look Really Ready for the Huge Southern Cal Challenge in what should be a Fabulous Martin Stadium Game on Friday.

Williams had 10 Catches for 46-Yards and a Touchdown, while Wide Receiver Tavares Martin Caught Four Passes for 114-Yards and Two Touchdowns. The Cougar Offense controlled the ball for more than 37 Minutes of the Game Manhandled Nevada from the first snap. Williams posted his Third Double-Digit Pass Reception game of this season, with 10 catches. Earlier this season, Williams caught 13 passes against Montana State, and 10 against Boise State.

The defense also had three interceptions, including two by Jalen Thompson. The Cougars lost a chance for their second shutout of the season when Nevada scored with 1:56 remaining. Of the Wolf Pack’s first six offensive plays, three resulted in sacks, 2 ½ by Hercules Mata’afa. Nevada didn’t cross midfield until the second quarter.

Head Coach Mike Leach on Sunday’s NFL protests: After reminding that his team is together in the locker room during the National Anthem, he said that as an American he would always stand for the flag. He also added that he is anxious for a clarification on what exactly players are protesting, that he has never been exactly sure.

My All-American Quarterback Luke Falk Completed 36 of 47 Passes for 478-Yards and Five Touchdowns. – 478-Yards Passing

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 All-Purpose Back Saquon Barkley (#26) Penn State

Super Heisman Candidate Saquon Barkley had one of the Most Incredible Games in The History of College Football in Leading his Penn State Team to a 21-19 Victory Iowa.  After this Unbelievable Game, this Super-Star Running Back and All-Purpose Back has got to be the Leading Candidate for the Heisman Trophy.

OK! So just what did he do to Merit this Attention. Barkley Rushed 211-Yards on 28 Carries; Caught 12-Passes for 94-Yards and Returned Three Kickoffs for another 53-Yards, giving him an Unbelievable 358-Yards of Total All-Purpose Offense. His 358-Yards of Offense in a Very Close Game that Helped to Demoralize The Iowa Defense and give Penn State the Victory. He also will Probably have a few more Mid-Boggling Performances in The Up-Coming Games this year.

One of the Most Sensational Plays of the Year happened in the Penn State and Iowa Game and it Revolved Around Barkley ant was one of the Most Astonishing and Brilliant Plays that I have Ever Seen.

Penn State was Leading 15-13 and was Facing a 3rd-Down-and-6-Yards Midway through the Fourth Quarter. Super-Star Quarterback Trace McSorley threw a Swing Pass to Barkley, who was pinned to the Sideline, but Barkley Charged-Up the Field and Leaped over a Hawkeyes Defender and got the First Down and got the First Down and Kept the Drive-Going and they Eventually Scored the Winning Touchdown.

NFL SUPER SCOUT NOTE: In the 2017 NFL Draft, the Biggest Super Freak was Defensive End Myles Garrett and he was the #1 Selection. In the Summer, Barkley Broke the Penn State Power-Clean Record of Anthony Zattel with an Incredible 405 Power Clean and he also did Five Reps of 525-Pounds in the Squat. These are World Record Feats for a Running BackBarkley also Squats Almost Twice his Actual Body Weight, which is Unheard-Of in Athletics. If this was not enough for this Freak, he has also Lowered his Forty Time to a 4.33. The Measurables of Junior Taquon Barkley (5-11, 228, 4.33, 40, 4.13, 132, 30) are also Freaky! This Freak is a Potential #1 Selection in the 2018 NFL Draft.

“The big difference in the Football Game was that Running Back Number 26. He’s a Phenomenal Football Player,” Iowa Head Coach Kirk Ferentz said.- 358-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Bryce Love PhotosRunning Back Bryce Love (#20) – Stanford

Super-Star Running Back Bryce Love had an Unbelievable Mind-Boggling Game on Saturday in an Incredible 58-34 Victory over Quarterback Josh Rosen and the UCLA Bruins. In this Game, Love Rushed for a an Unbelievable Career-High 263-Yards and a 69-Yard Touchdown to Keep his Pac-12 Lead in Rushing. His 263-Yards was the Second-Highest Single-Game Rushing Total in Stanford History.

The Speedy Junior, Love (5-10, 196, 4.32) also has 787-Yards Rushing on 73 Carries and Five Touchdowns after his First Four Games in the 2017 Season and he is Averaging an Amazing 10.8-Yards Per Carry in those First Four Games. Love also Averaged 8.8-Yards Per Carry in this Game.

Stanford trailed UCLA, 13-6, midway through the Second Quarter, but from that point, Love rushed 21 times for 233-Yards and a 11.09-Yards Per Carry Average, including the “Back-Breaking” 69-Yard Touchdown Run late in the Fourth Quarter.

Cameron Scarlett Scored Three Touchdowns and Kicker Jet Toner Kicked Three Field Goals to Give Stanford an Unbelievable 10 Straight Wins over the Bruins. Stanford also got plenty of help from Their Defense and Special Teams. The Cardinal Forced Four turnovers and blocked a Field Goal.

UCLA Quarterback Josh Rosen is One of the Top Passing Quarterbacks in the Country and although he got off to a Slow-Start, he Completed 40 of 60 Passes for 480-Yards and Three Touchdowns, but he had Two Interceptions and Two of his Touchdowns  came in the Second Half when The Cardinal had a Very Comfortable Lead.

Love had a 50+ Yard Rushing Game for the Sixth Straight Game and he is The Only College Football Player in the last 20-Years to do so. Love also rushed for Over 100-Yards for the Sixth Straight Game to extend his Stanford School Record as the only Cardinal to Eclipse 100-Yards in his First Six Career Starts.

“It’s an incredibly disappointing feeling for all of us,” UCLA Head Coach Jim More said. “A lot of things were going right and then all of a sudden it goes wrong. I still believe great things will happen for us and they will.”

The Constant Pounding of Love Really Hurt the Bruins the Most, as he has Averaged an Unbelievable 196.7-Yards Rushing Per Game in his First Four Games for The Cardinal. Love would have Hit the 300-Yard Mark, but a Costly Holding Penalty had one his his 48-Yard Touchdown Called-Back in the Fourth Quarter.

In the First Game of the Season, Love proved that he could “Take-The-Place” in Great Style of Running Back Christian McCaffrey, who was Drafted #1 in the 2017 NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers as he Rushed for 180-Yards in Leading The Cardinal to a 62-7 Victory over Rice on Sunday in the Sydney College Football Cup.

“Bryce Love is one of the Best College Football Players in America,” said Stanford Head Coach David Shaw! “There are not many guys like him.”

NFL SUPER SCOUT NOTE: Bryce Love has been one of The Best Running Backs in the Entire Country in 2017, Competing With Super Running Back Saquon Barkley For Number One. Love May Not have the Great Ideal Size of an Every-Down NFL Running Back, but with his Great Speed, Elusiveness, and Great Ability to Make Defenders Miss Him and Out-Run Most of the Other Defenders make him an Excellent Slot-Back or Running Back on Third-Down Situations. Although Love is a Relative Newcomer to the the Possible #1 Draft Choice Club, but he could Very-Well become a Member of that Cherished Elite and Some NFL Team Could Very Well Fall in Love with his Great Athleticism and Great Versatility and Draft Him in the First or Second Round. – 263-Yards Rushing

Image result for Ross Pierschbacher Photos All-American Guard Ross Pierschbacher (#71) – Alabama

The Tremendous Alabama Offensive Line was Unbelievable on Saturday against Vanderbilt in a 59-0 Victory over the Commodores. The Commodores came into this Game with an Undefeated Record and they had also only allowed 13-Points in their First Three Victories, but with The Outstanding Performance of the Crimson Tide Offensive Line, led by Left Guard Ross Pierschbacher, they were Constantly Out-Manned and Lost 59-0.

My All-American Left Guard, Ross Pierschbacher (6-4, 303, 5.09) From Cedar Falls, Iowa helped lead The Tide Offensive Line to Accumulate an Incredible 677-Yards of Total Offense, including 496-Yards Rushing, that included a Career-High 151-Yards for Super Running Back Damien Harris.

After a Freshman Red-Shirt season, Pierschbacher combined with Super Offensive Tackle Cam Robinson in 2015 To-Give Coach Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide The #1 Offensive Guard-Tackle the best Combo in the Country. In 2015, Pierschbacher only Gave-Up one and a half Sacks for the entire season and he had 33 Knockdown-Blocks.

Pierschbacher is also a Very Versatile Offensive Lineman who moved to Center in the 2016 Spring Training and was Outstanding, and he Practiced at Center for the Whole Spring. He then moved back to Left Guard at the Start of the 2016 Season, but he has been Dominant at Both Positions and he can play either Position in the NFL.

In the Vanderbilt Game, Pierschbacher did not allow any Quarterback Sacks, Quarterback Hurries, or Penalties and he lead The Crimson Tide to Average an Unbelievable 7.5-Yards Per Carry. Alabama Out-gained Vanderbilt in Total Offense 677-78 in Total Offense, before Running-Out the Clock with The Largest Margin of Victory in The Alabama Unbelievable Football History.

The Tide also Set a School Record with 38 First Downs, topping the 36 First Downs that they Recorded on November 22, 2014 Against Western Carolina.

NFL SUPER SCOUT NOTE: Ross Pierschbacher is a Three-Year Alabama Starter who was Selected to the 2015 All-SEC Freshman Team, as well as the 2016 All-SEC Team. In the Vanderbilt Game, he Graded-Out at 90-Percent on his Offensive Plays and on Monday, he was Selected as the SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week. In the 2018 NFL Draft, Ross Pierschbacher, with his Great Quickness, Agility, and Versatility, will be the First or Second Offensive Lineman to be Drafted.

OFFENSE

Image result for Caleb Evans ULM Photos1. Quarterback Caleb Evans (#6) – Louisiana Monroe

Except for Quarterback Luke Falk, there was not a more Incredible Performance on Saturday than Sophomore Quarterback Caleb Evans of Louisiana Monroe in a 56-50 Double Overtime Victory over Louisiana-Lafayette. In a Totally Amazing Performance, Evans (6-3, 210, 4.5) of Dallas Bishop Dunne, Texas Completed 28 of 34 Passes for 343-Yards and a Touchdown and in an Unbelievable Rushing Performance, Evans Rushed for 129-Yards on 16 Carries for another 129-Yards and Five Touchdowns, giving him a Mind-Boggling 472-Yards and Six Touchdowns.

The 2017 Battle on the Bayou saw a Warhawks victory for the first time in four years, as they downed the Ragin’ Cajuns 56-50 in an Unbelievable Double Overtime Classic. The Warhawks owe most of their success in this contest to the legs of Evans.

Evans and the Warhawks were in the driver’s seat for a majority of the game despite a late surge by the Cajuns to force overtime. Both teams would score during the first overtime, but a miss by the Cajuns’ backup kicker in the Second Overtime Period would give  Running Back Derrick Gore a Chance to Win the Game on an Eight-Yard Touchdown Run  for the Warhawks. Gore also Rushed for 77-Yards and Two Touchdowns.

Evans ran for a ULM Record-Tying Five Touchdowns in a Wild Sun Belt Conference Opening Game for both Teams. ULM also Scored the Highest Total of Points in their 52-Game Series of ULL and it also was the Most Points given-up at Home by the Ragin’ Cajuns since 1997.

Louisiana Lafayette Gave-Up 593-Yards of Total Offense in the 56-50 Double-Overtime loss to Louisiana Monroe and most of it was, because they could not contain The Warhawks Super Athletic Quarterback, Caleb Evans, on the Ground and through the air.

The Ragin’ Cajuns had Won Eight of the Last Nine Games, but they were Never ahead in this Game, after getting behind 16-0 with 13:22 Left in the Second Quarter. – 472-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Will grier Photos2. Quarterback Will Grier (#7) – West Virginia

West Virginia Junior Quarterback Will Grier was Unbelievable in their 56-34 Victory over Kansas as he Completed 25 of 39 Passes for an Incredible 347-Yards and Two Touchdowns and he Ran for another 51-Yards and Two Touchdowns, giving him an Incredible 398-Yards of Total Offense and Four Touchdowns.

Grier (6-2, 214, 4.52) had a Lot of Help in Leading the Mountaineers to their 3-1 Record and he used his Great Leadership to get the Job Done. Senior Running Back Justin Crawford, who is Currently Leading the Big-12 in Rushing, led the Rushing Game with 125-Yards on 18 Carries.

Sophomore Super-Star Running Back Kennedy McKoy also hit the Century Club as he Rushed for 105-Yards on 12 Carries and Scored Two Touchdowns. And Finally, The Mountaineers Number One Wide Receiver David Sills Caught Eight Passes for 130-Yards and Two Touchdowns.

Both Teams Changed Touchdowns in the Fourth Quarter, but the Mountaineers got a Second Chance at the End-Zone after an Offside Penalty on a Field Goal, and it was still 42-34 with 7:35 left in the game. Grier answered with a Touchdown on a Quarterback-Keeper and he then Scored again a few minutes later to Ice-The-Game Away.

In this Game, Grier Responded with his Fourth Straight 300-Yard Game, including Passing Games of 371, 352, 304, and 347-Yards; plus 13 Touchdowns. In this Game, Grier Recorded a Great 150.6 Quarterback Rating. – 398-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Manny Wilkins Photos3. Quarterback Manny Wilkins (#5) – Arizona State

One of the Biggest Shocks and Upsets of Week Four was in the Unbelievable 37-35 UPSET of Arizona State over Oregon. This was also after most College Football Fans were thinking that The Oregon Ducks were on their way back to Football Prominence.

Just when the Oregon Football World was starting to believe this Story, the Ducks went on the road to Tempe, Arizona State to Play the Arizona State Sun Devils. The Ducks Really did not play terribly bad, but they were not able Stop Junior Quarterback Manny Wilkins.

In this Game, Wilkins Completed 24 of 39 Passes for 347-Yards and One Touchdown, doing almost all of his damage via two targets, including N’Keal Harry and Jalen Harvey, who were responsible for 15 of his 24 Completions and 303-Yards Receiving. Harry Caught 7 Passes for 170 Yards and Harvey Caught 8 Passes for 133-Yards. A Great Chunk of his Yardage came on Two Plays, a 63-Yard Touchdown by Harvey and a 52-Yard Touchdown by Harry.

If you add 35-Yards Rushing to the 347-Yards Passing, it gives Wilkins 382-Yards of Total Offense and Three Touchdowns. In his First Four Games, Wilkins has Eight Passing Touchdowns without a single Interception. He’s no Luke Falk, or a Baker Mayfield or a Mason Rudolph, but Manny Wilkins has quietly put together a better Quarterback  Rating than either Lamar Jackson, Trace McSorley, or J.T. Barrett. – 382-Yards of Total Offense

ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 26: Christian Kirk #3 of the Texas A&M Aggies makes the game winning touchdown against Henre' Toliver #5 of the Arkansas Razorbacks in overtime during the Southwest Classic at AT&T Stadium on September 26, 2015 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)4. All-Purpose Christian Kirk (#3) – Texas A&M

Texas A&M Unbelievable Junior Wide Receiver Christian Kirk is Receiving Some Incredible National Attention after his Eye-Popping Game Against Arkansas on Saturday.

I watched part of this Game and it was one of the Most Exciting games on Television on Saturday. In this Game, Kirk (5-11, 200, 4.42, 39, 4.22) from Scottsdale, Arizona was Unbelievable as he had an Incredible Day as he Caught Eight Passes for 174-Yards and Two Touchdowns, including an 81-Yard Touchdown Catch in the First Quarter to Tie the Score at 7-7 and Later he Returned a Kickoff 100-Yards for a Touchdown.

The Lead Changed Hands Four Times in the Fourth Quarter Alone, but Kirk Returned the Kickoff an Incredible 100-Yards for his Second Touchdown with only 5:10 Left in the Game, and Arkansas Still had a 43-40 Lead. Then with only Four Seconds Remaining in the Game, Texas A&M Kicker Daniel LaCamera Kicked a 27-Yards Field Goal, to Tie the Score at 43-43 to End the Game and Send the Game into Overtime. A few Minutes into the Overtime, Freshman Quarterback Kellen Mond hit Kirk in the End-Zone on a 10-Yard Winning Touchdown Pass.

Texas A&M Freshman Quarterback Kellen Mond was named a Star of the Week by the Manning Award sponsored by the Allstate Sugar Bowl and to the Davey O’Brien Award “Great 8” List, it was announced Monday.

Mond led the Aggies to the thrilling 50-43 Overtime Victory against Arkansas in Arlington, Texas. The San Antonio native threw for 216-Yards and Two Touchdowns and added a Team-High 109-Yards Rushing, giving him 325-Yards of Total Offense.

Not only did Kirk eclipse 100-Yards Receiving and Score Two Touchdowns, including the go ahead Touchdown in Overtime, he also added 3 Kick Returns for a Total of 136-Yards, giving him 310-Yards of All-Purpose Yards. Kirk has also Exceeded 100-Yards Receiving in three of four Aggie Games.

Kirk Started the Season as one of the Top Wide Receivers in the Country, after Recorded 1,937-Yards Receiving in 2015 and 2016. He got-off to a Slow Start this Season when he did not have more than 60-Yards Receiving in any of his First Three Games, but he had to Deal with Constant Double and Triple Teaming.

In this Unbelievable “Break-Out” Game, Kirk was Just Incredible. The 100-Yard Kick Return for a Touchdown was the First Texas A&M Kick-Return for a Touchdown since Coryell Judie had an 84-Yard Kickoff Return on November 12, 2010. Kirk also holds the Texas A&M Record for Special Teams Touchdowns with Six, after Returning Five Punts for Touchdowns in his First Two Seasons with the Aggies.

On Monday, Kirk was Honored as the SEC Special Teams Player of the Week for Week Four. It was his Second SEC Weekly Award. – 310-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Jeffery Wilson Football Photos5. Running Back Jeffery Wilson – (#3) North Texas

Super Mean Green Running Back Jeffery Wilson was one of Six College Football Players to rush for at least 200-Yards in Week Four. While that’s “Par for the Course” for Super Stars like of  Saquon Barkley, Bryce Love, Jonathon Taylor, and Mark Walton, the 211-Yards Rushing for Wilson in The North Texas 46-43 Victory over UAB was a Career-High.

Of his 26 Carries, 11 of his Carries either resulted in a First Down or a Touchdown. Wilson did lose Two Fumbles, but he made up for it with a 34-Yard Run that set up the Mean Green for their Game-Winning Field Goal.

Despite playing for a team that had a 1-11 Record and barely averaged 15 Points Per Game, Wilson rushed for 830-Yards as a Sophomore and then Gained 936-Yards as a Junior. He also has Averaged at Amazing 7.9-Yards Per Carry in Three of Four Games in 2017. – 211-Yards Rushing

Image result for Mark Walton Photos6. Running Back Mark Walton (#1) – Miami

Super Star Junior Running Back Mark Walton of Miami had a a Really Unbelievable Game in a 52-30 Victory over Toledo on Saturday. In this Game, Walton (5-9, 205, 4.4) Rushed for an Amazing 204-Yards and a Touchdown and the Reason that it was so Amazing was that he Rushed for 204-Yards on only 11 Carries and he Averaged a Mind-Boggling 18.5-Yards Per Carry.

Walton is not a Really Big Running Back, but what he does have is Great Speed and Great Agility and a Great Ability for Defenders to Miss a Tackle on him. He is Probably one of the Most Underrated Running Backs in a Crowded List of Top-Rated Running Back this year, but more performances like that this one will give all of the Fans and NFL Scouts to Find-Out about and take notice.

Walton, from Miami Washington, Florida, Scored in the First Quarter on a 44-Yard Touchdown Scamper and then again in the Same Quarter, Walton had a Beautiful 82-Yard Run to Set-Up a Field Goal. In the Second Quarter, Walton went to the Sideline with a Minor Ankle Injury, but he Returned in the Fourth Quarter.

In this Game, Walton Rushed for 204-Yards, but he also Caught One Pass for 4-Yards, giving him 208-Yards of Total Offense. In 2015, Walton had 450-Yards Rushing, 9 Touchdowns, and 22 Catches for another 293-Yards. In 2016, he had 1,117-Yards Rushing, 14 Touchdowns, 27 Catches for 240-Yards.

Another Amazing Fact about One of the Most Underrated Running Backs in a Crowded List is that Walton has Recorded over 2,000-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and 25 Touchdowns in 26 Career Games for the Miami Hurricanes.

In 2016, Walton was Selected to the All-ACC Third Team All-Conference Team and he has also been Selected to The Maxwell Award Watch List. – 208-Yards of All-Purpose Yards

Related image7. Running Back Myles Gaskin (#9) – Washington

In the Big Washington 37-10 Victory over Colorado, there were a Lot of Husky Super-Stars as Cornerback Jordan Miller (6-1, 184, 4.45) of Oceanside, California had Two Interceptions on Defense, along with a “Pick-Six” by Sophomore Cornerback Myles Bryant (5-8, 180 4.4) as the Seventh Ranked Washington Huskies overcame a Rather Slow Start, but then gave Colorado its First Loss of the Season with a 37-10 Victory on a Cold and Rainy Saturday Night at Folsom Field.

The Offensive Super-Star of the Washington Victory was Junior Running Back Myles Gaskin (5-9, 191, 4.44, 36) of Lynnwood O’Dea, Washington, who Rushed for a Career-High 202-Yards and Two Touchdowns and gave the Huskies a Perfect (4-0, 1-0) Record and a Perfect 1-0 Record in the Pac-12. This Big Victory gives the Huskies a Step-Closer to the 2017 Pac-12 Championship Game Again after the 2016 Pac-12 Championship Game.

Myles Gaskin Rushed for 1,302-Yards and 14 Touchdowns in 2015 and then Rushed for 1,373-Yards and 10 Touchdowns in 2016 and he has Averaged 98.3-Yards Per Game for Three Years. He was Selected to The All-Pac-12 All-Conference First Team in 2016 and he is also on The Maxwell Award Watch List. – 202-Yards Rushing

 

Image result for Darius Anderson TCU Football Photos8. All-Purpose Back Darius Anderson (#6) – TCU

TCU Super-Star Running Back Darius Anderson Rushed for 160-Yards and Three Touchdowns and Caught Four Passes for 41-Yards, giving him 201-Yards of Total Offense in a Huge UPSET 44-31 Victory Over Oklahoma State. In an Unusually Close Game, Anderson Made an Unbelievable and Beautiful 42-Yard Touchdown Run with only 2:37 left Left in the Game, to Clinch the UPSET Victory.

On Monday, The Big 12 Named Anderson as the Big-12 Offensive Player of the Week. Anderson as also been Selected as The Walter amp National Player of the Week for Week Four and in doing so, he has put Darius Anderson On-The-Map.

Sophomore Running Back, Darius Anderson, has been Running-Over and Around Defenses for the First Four Games of the Season, especially on Saturday in the UPSET Victory of the #6 Oklahoma State Cowboys.

Anderson (5-11, 205, 4.42, 39, 4.22) from Rosenberg George Ranch, Texas, had career highs on the ground and through the air in Saturday’s Victory. After the First Four Games, Anderson has Rushed for 426-Yards on 68 Carries and Six Touchdowns and is averaging 6.28-Yards Per Carry.

“Not only has he got great speed, but he’s also very powerful,” Head Coach Gary Patterson said. “We really needed somebody to step up with Kyle Hicks being down for a little bit. It’s been awesome, because without him, we probably would not be where we are sitting right now.” Anderson is currently Leading the Big-12 in Carries with 65 and is Third in Rushing with 422-Yards. He is also Tied for Second in the Big-12 with Six Touchdowns. – 201-Yards of All-Purpose Yards

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9. All-Purpose Back Keke Coutee (#2) Texas Tech

Texas Tech All-Purpose Back Keke Coutee was Sensational Again in The Red Raiders 27-24 Victory over a “Fired-Up” Houston Cougars Team that was Looking-To Upset the Red Raiders. In this Game, Coutee Caught 11 Passes for 161-Yards and a Touchdown, Rushed for 2-Yards on 3 Carries, and Returned 2 Punts for another 36-Yards, giving him 199-Yards of All-Purpose Offense.

Coutee (5-10, 180, 4.42) Plays in a Tremendous “Air-Raid” Pass-Happy Offense, but with his Pass-Catching Skills and Elusive Speed, he would still have a Tremendous Chance to “Put-Up” Great Pass Receiving Stats for any School in the Country, except with Schools Running an Option Offense.

Last Week, in the Arizona State Game, even with Great Sun Devil Defensive Backs, Coutee was Consistently Seen Wide Open, and with his Speed and Elusiveness, it gave the Sun Devils Secondary a Lot of Problems. His First Touchdown Catch was a 12-Yard Pass from Quarterback Nic Shimonek and it gave the Red Raiders a Quick 7-3 lead with 4:25 Left in the First Quarter.

Coutee had 55 Catches for 890-Yards and Seven Touchdowns in 2016, as a Sophomore, and he is off to a Tremendous Start To-Pass all of those Figures in 2017. After his Second Game, Coutee was Leading the Nation in Pass Receiving Yards. And then after Three Games, Coutee had Caught 28 Passes for 446-Yards and Four Touchdowns. – 199-Yards of All-Purpose Yards 

Image result for Abdul Adams Photos10. Running Back Abdul Adams – (#23) Oklahoma

In the Game Against Baylor, Super Oklahoma Quarterback Baker Mayfield Completed 13 of 19 Passes for 283-Yards, including Touchdown Passes on the First Two drives, as the Sooners Recorded an Incredible 634-Yards of Total Offense. Mayfield has been The Sooner Super-Star in Every Game this year, but in this 49-41 Victory over Baylor, The Sooners had some Different Super-Star Players in the Victory.

Sophomore Running Back Abdul Adams (5-11, 205, 4.38) was Unbelievable as he Rushed for 164-Yards, including a “Mind-Boggling” Oklahoma School Record 99-Yard Touchdown, after a Botched Sooner Kickoff Return.

After a Baylor 46-Yard Field Goal by Kicker Connor Martin, in the Third Quarter, the Bears took a 31-28 Lead, but the Sooners Responded with the Sensational 99-Yard Touchdown Run.

“You’ve got to have perseverance,” said Oklahoma Head Coach Lincoln Riley. “You’ve got to hang in there and keep swinging. Our guys did that.”

Adams Recorded 164-Yards on 11 Carries for 164 yards and Picked-Up 33-Yards on three Consecutive Runs before the penalty was announced against Mayfield and it was not Really Clear what Mayfield did, but on the next play, Mayfield hit Wide Receiver Jeff Badet on a  48-Yard Touchdown. – 171-Yards of All-Purpose Yards

Image result for K'Neal Harry ASU Photos11. Wide Receiver N’Keal Harry (#1) Arizona State

Super Wide Receiver N’Keal Harry was Sensational for his Arizona State Team in their Incredible 37-35 UPSET Victory over Oregon as he Caught Seven Passes for 170-Yards and a Touchdown. Harry was a Five-Star Recruit out of High School.

N’Keal (Pronounced Nuh-Keel) was an Incredible True Freshman last Year.  He was the First True Freshman to Start an Opening Games for The Sun Devils. He also Broke the Record of Zach Miller for Most Catches as a True Freshman and Selected to the All Pac-12 Freshman Team.

Harry plays with a Great Aggressiveness and Physical Mentality that is Reminiscent of another Dez Bryant and Runs-Through Arm Tackles with relative ease.  As a True Freshman, Harry Caught  58-Passes for 659-Yards and Five Touchdowns in 12 Games. Also, The Sun Devils only Passed for 3,111-Yards and only 16 Touchdowns. Harry also Rushed for 69-Yards and 2 Touchdowns on only Three Carries!

Harry was born on the tiny Island of St. Vincent with a Population of 109,806 in the Caribbean and moved to Chandler, Arizona with a Population of 251,163 with his Grandmother at the age of four. His family wanted him to move to the United States in hopes of greater opportunities and he has certainly taken advantage of those.

N’Keal is a Revolutionary Athlete for his Country. He is no doubt the first person from his country ever to play College Football in the United States and should become the first ever to play in the NFL.  Harry was rated as the Top Wide Receiver in the Country in Class by a Couple of Recruiting Services, but believe it or not, N’Keal Harry is Actually from Another Country. – 170-Yards Receiving 

Image result for Damien Harris Photos12. Running Back Damien Harris (#34) – Alabama

Alabama Super Running Back Damien Harris and his Number One Offensive Lineman, Ross Pierschbacher, were both Selected on Monday as Two of the SEC Players of the Week.

In Most of the Alabama Football Games, The Crimson Tide is always the Biggest, Strongest, Fastest, and Best Well-Coached and the Always Win. In the Game on Saturday, they were Facing an Undefeated Vanderbilt Team that was leading the Country in a Defense that had also only allowed 13-Points in their First Three Games.

Alabama Quarterback Jalen Hurts had Run for over 100-Yards in the last Two Games for The Tide and the Alabama Running Backs had not been Called-On that much, but in this Game, both of the Super-Star Running Backs, Damien Harris and Bo Scarbrough, were Outstanding in the Rout of the Commodores. Scarborough Scored First, in the First Quarter, on a Six-Yard Touchdown with 9:09 Left. Running Back Scarborough Scored again in the Second Quarter with a Two-Yard Touchdown Run and he Finished with 79-Yards on 11 Carries. He also Caught for 2-Yards, giving him 81-Yards of Total Offense.

Harris was Really Outstanding as he Finished the First Quarter with 85-Yards Rushing, including a Beautiful 61-Yard Touchdown Run with 3:32 Left and then a 2-Yard Touchdown with 42 Seconds Left in the First Quarter, giving him more Rushing Yards than any other Game this Season.

Harris ran for a Career-High 151-Yards and a Career-High Three Touchdowns on 12 Carries during the Crimson Tide 59-0 Victory over Previous Undefeated Vanderbilt on Saturday. He averaged 12.6 yards per carry and he also Caught One Pass for Nine-Yards, giving him 160-Yards of All-Purpose Yards. After Four Games, Harris was Averaging 8.2-Yards Per Carry; while Scarborough was Averaging 5.2 and Hurts was Averaging 8.0-Yards Per Carry.  – 160 Yards of All-Purpose Yards

 DEFENSE

Image result for Bradley Chubb Photos1. DE Bradley Chubb (#9) – NC State

In a weekend loaded with Unbelievable and Impressive Defensive Performances, it was certainly difficult to pick who stood out the most. Given the nature of the Performance and Type of Opponent; NC State defender, Bradley Chubb came out of Weekend Four with one of the Most Impressive Individual Efforts of the Season.

Super NC State Edge-Rusher Chubb had a Tremendous Game in the 27-21 UPSET Victory over Florida State as he Recorded 7 Tackles, including 5 Solo Tackles, 2 Quarterback Sacks, Forced a Fumble, and had 2 Tackles for a Loss. In this Unbelievable Banner Game, Athlon Selected Him For National Defensive Player of the Week.

Chubb Wreaked Total Havoc against The Florida State Offensive Linemen all afternoon in the 27-21 Wolfpack Victory and he was also Instrumental in helping to limit the Seminoles to Only 104-Yards rushing.

The Effort of Chubb Played a massive effort in helping NC State beat Florida State for the first time in five years and he will continue to help NC State win in what looks to be a very promising season. Chubb had 10 Quarterback Sacks and 21.5 Tackles for a Lossin 2016. At this point in the season; he has 3.5 Sacks and 7.5 Tackles for a Loss and is on pace to break his highs from 2016.

While Chubb is not a Really Great Athlete, he is an Incredibly Relentless and Physical  with Great Technique and a Super High-Motor who keeps coming for the Football. In a class that has yet to establish a lot of top tier pass rushing talent, Bradley Chubb may come out among the best prospects in the draft.

Playing on 51 Defensive Snaps, Chubb from Powder Springs Hillgrove, Georgia Recorded Seven Tackles and Two of his tackles were Quarterback Sacks foe a Minus 13-Yards. In the Second Quarter, with Florida State driving and down by three points, Chubb Forced a Fumble that the Wolfpack recovered at the NC State 2-Yard Line. With 12 Seconds left in the First Half, one of his Key Quarterback Sacks resulted in a Loss of Nine-Yards to force the Seminoles to settle for a field goal. – Seven Tackles, Five Solo Tackles, Two Quarterback Sacks, Two Tackles for a Loss, and One Forced Fumble

Image result for Jonathan Greenard Photos2. DE Jonathan Greenard (#58) – Louisville

Louisville Super-Star Defensive End Jonathan Greenard was Sensation, during the Limited-Time, in the 42-3 Victory over Kent State. In this Game, Greenard only Recorded Three Tackles, but of the Three of the Tackles, Two were Solo Tackles and he had Two Quarterback Sacks.

Sophomore Greenard (6-4, 257, 4.66) from Hiram, Georgia did not get to play very much in the Second Half, but he is Extremely Physical and Fast and he Dominated the First Half in the Victory. After a 3-1 Record in the First Four Games, the Versatile and Relentless Defensive Star is Really being a Dominant Force as he is Leading The Cardinals and The ACC  in Quarterback Sacks and Tackles For a Loss.

Greenard is also Ranked #5 in the Country in Quarterback Sacks with Five Quarterback Sacks and #7 in the Country in Tackles for a Loss with 7.5.

Two weeks ago, University of Louisville Head Football Coach Bobby Petrino  predicted that Jonathan Greenard was only going to get better and better on the Defensive Front Four for the Cardinals.

“He’s Mr. Versatility for us,” Defensive Line Coach L.D. Scott said about Greenard. “He can play all four spots for us in any situation. Injuries were a crucial part of his development last season. He was able to play in some big moments and he Stepped-Up and made some Really Big plays as a Red-Shirt Freshman in 2016.

“I try and stay relentless and make every play out there,” Greenard said. – 3 Tackles, 2 Quarterback Sacks, and 2 Tackles for a Loss

Image result for Chase Winovich Photos3. DT Chase Winovich (#15) – Michigan

Michigan Super Defensive Tackle Chase Winovich had a Sensational Game on Saturday in a 28-10 Victory over Purdue. In this Big-10 Opening Conference Game, Winovich Recorded some Unbelievable Stats as he had Six Tackles, including all Solo Tackles. Of those Six Solo Tackles, Three were Quarterback Sacks and Four of his Tackles were For a Loss. All of these Stats were Career-Highs for Winovich in a Single Game.

For his Incredible Game, Winovich was Selected on Monday as the Defensive Player of the Week in the Big-10 as he Shared the Big-10 Honor with Josey Jewell of Iowa. On Sunday, Winovich was Selected by The Walter Camp Foundation as the National Defensive Player of the Week.

Also, Chase Winovich is #3 Nationally in Quarterback Sacks with Six Sacks. Michigan will Play Ball State on Saturday, but the Michigan and Michigan State Game on October 7 will Receive a lot of National Attention. – Six Solo Tackles, Three Quarterback Sacks, and Four Tackles for a Loss

4. CB Deatrick Nichols (#3) – South Florida

Super-Star South Florida Cornerback Deatrick Nichols had a Sensational Game on Saturday in a 43-7 Victory over Temple. Cornerbacks are Usually Speedy and have to keep-up with Speedy Wide Receivers of their Opponent and if they are able to Record a Turnover, it is Usually an Interception that they are Fighting and Competing with the Wide Receiver to Catch.

South Florida has Won their First Four Games and their Winning Streak is Due to their Sensational Plays by the Bulls Explosive Offense and Opportunistic Defense and in this Game Against Temple Both Cornerback Nichols (5-10, 190, 4.37) of Powerhouse Miami Central and Linebacker Auggie Sanchez (6-2, 245, 4.6) were Unbelievable.

Nichols is not only the Bulls Defensive Leader, but he had Three Tackles, including Two Solo, Two Interceptions, and he also had a Forced Fumble. Forcing three turnovers in a night is an Unbelievable Effort for a Cornerback and he will continue to make plays for the Bulls and make a name for himself while South Florida Keeps Winning.

Sanchez also had an Unbelievable Game as he Recorded Seven Tackles, including Three Solo, and 1 Quarterback Sack, and 3 Tackles for a Loss.

With a Vastly Improved Defense, #21 Ranked Bulls Forced Six Turnovers and held Defending American Athletic Conference Champion Temple to a Minus 4-Yards Rushing on Thursday Night in a 43-7 Victory that extends the Bulls Winning Streak to a School-Record Nine Straight Games. The team had Four Interceptions, boosting its season total to 12 in Four Games. The Bulls had Eight Interceptions 2016.

Head Coach Charlie Strong said, Rather than dwell on what transpired last year, he wanted his players to focus on the importance of setting a tone for this Season and The Conference Race. “When you play with passion and enthusiasm, that’s the kind of performance you’ll get,” Strong said.

This is The Third Year for Nichols to Start as he Started 13 Games in 2015 and 2016 at Cornerback. In 2015, he Recorded 62 Tackles, 8.5 for a Loss, and led the team with Four Interceptions.  Nichols was named First Team All-American Athletic Conference in 2015.

Then, in 2016, he Recorded 49 Tackles, and led the team with Four Interceptions and Seven Pass Breakups. In the 49-42 Victory over Memphis, he had three straight Defensive Plays at the goal line on the Tigers Final Possession. Nichols was named to the Second Team All-American Athletic Conference in 2016, and he received South Florida’s Most Improved Player Award after the Season. In 2017, Nichols moved to Nickel-Back on Defense.

At Miami Central, Nichols made 105 Career Tackles and 12 Interceptions. Central Won Three State Championships during his time there, including each of his last two seasons. The Bulls had a bit of an advantage in recruiting Nichols, because his former High School Coach was Telly Lockette, who joined the Willie Taggart Coaching Staff in 2013. He Signed with South Florida in the 2014 Recruiting Class after Receiving Offers from Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, LSU, Tennessee, and UCLA.

Deatrick Nichols is Currently on The Jim Thorpe Award List and also on The Chuck Bednarik Award Watch List!Three Tackles, Two Solo Tackles, Two Interceptions, Two Pass Breakups, and Pass Breakup

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2017 College Football Super Baker Dozen Skill And Defensive MVP’s – Week Three – By Super Scout Max Emfinger

2017 College Football Super Baker Dozen Skill And Defensive MVP’s – Week Three
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

WEEKLY NOTES: To be Eligible for an MVP Berth, your Team has got to be on the Winning Team. When I decided to Choose College MVP’s of the Week, I decided To Select a Dozen MVP Players for each Week. In Week One, there were a lot of Defensive Players who had a Great Game, but there were not any of them that had a Phenomenal Game and The Breaking Of School Records and so I did not have any Defensive Players in Week One, but there were Numerous Quarterbacks with Phenomenal Games.

In Week Two, there were so many Phenomenal Performances, I had to Move the Team from 12 to 16 and again there were Numerous Quarterbacks with Mind-Boggling Games. Plus, there also was a 301 Pound Defensive Tackle who Scored Two Defensive Touchdowns, including a 90-Yard Return of a Fumble; a Defensive End who had 4 Quarterback Sacks; and a Free Safety who Scored Two Defensive Touchdowns.

In Week Three: I really Enjoy Selecting the College MVP’s of the Week, but in Week Three, there were so many Incredible Performances, it has Taken Me All-Week to get all of them Covered. For Week Four, I have Set some New Guidelines for the MVP Players as Follows: Quarterbacks: 400-Yards or Close of Offense – Skill Players: 200-Yards of Offense – Defensive Line: 2 Sacks and 1 TFL – Linebacker: 15 Tackles – Defensive Back: 2 Interceptions

Super Six-Wide Receivers 

Image result for Tavares martin Photos1. Wide Receiver Tavares Martin (#8) – Washington State

In the Washington State First Game, Super Wide Receiver Tavares Martin Caught a mere Four Passes for a paltry 16-Yards, but “Things” got a little better in the Second Game, as he Caught Eight Passes for 66-Yards. None of those catches resulted in touchdowns, and so the Unbelievable Explosiveness that we saw from him in 2016 was Largely Absent, but it was definitely not Absent in Game Three Against Oregon State.

In this Game, however, Martin was back to his Unbelievable Explosive Self, as he Caught 10 Passes for 194-Yards and Three Touchdowns from the Incredible Quarterback Luke Falk. The First Touchdown came on a play where he made an Incredible Move on the Oregon State Secondary and Caught a Beautiful Pass from Falk.

Martin also gave the Cougars another Unbelievable Play in the Third Quarter when, on a Third Down and 22-Yards to-go, grabbed another Short Falk Pass and Out-Ran, what looked-like the Whole Oregon State Defense, 57-Yards for a Touchdown. This is the kind of game that we know Martin can produce, and it will not be his last. – 194-Yards Receiving

Image result for Cam Phillips Photo2. Wide Receiver Cam Phillips (#5) – Virginia Tech

Super-Star Senior Wide Receiver Cam Phillips was Unbelievable for Virginia Tech on Saturday as he Caught 14 Passes for 189-Yards and Three Touchdowns in a 64-17 Hokies Victory over East Carolina. With his 14 Catches, Phillips (6-0, 205, 4.44) broke The Virginia Tech Single-Game School Record Record of 13 Pass Catches that was First set in 1985 and then matched in 1990. He also Averaged 13.5-Yards Per Catch.

With his Three Receiving Touchdown Catches, Phillips also Set a Career-High and it was the Most Receiving Touchdowns by a Virginia Tech Player since Wide Receiver Bucky Hodges did it in a Triple-Overtime Game Against Duke in 2015. It also Marked The 30th Consecutive Game with a Single Reception, tying the Isaiah Ford’s Record. Phillips has had a catch in every game since his First Game of his Sophomore Season.

“Phillips is a very smart player who understands the Game and its Leverages and Alignments,” said Hokies Head Coach Justin Fuente. Phillips has Accounted for 48.2  Per-Cent of the Hokies Receiving and 49.3 Per-Cent of the Hokies Pass-Receiving Yards.

“I would like to have a Much-More Offensive Balance, but Phillips is Looking-At one of the Busiest and Best Wide Receivers Country and he is already Leading the Country with 417-Yards Receiving,” said Fuente. – 189-Yards Receiving

Image result for Keke Coutee Photos3. Wide Receiver Keke Coutee (#20) – Texas Tech

Speedy Texas Tech Junior Slot Receiver Keke Coutee (5-10, 180, 4.42) had a Sensational Game last Saturday Night in an Unbelievable 52-45 Victory over Arizona State as he Caught 12 Passes for 186-Yards and a Touchdown Against the Sun Devils Secondary.

Coutee Plays in a Tremendous “Air-Raid” Pass-Happy Offense, but with his Pass-Catching Skills and Elusive Speed, he would still have a Tremendous Chance to “Put-Up” Great Pass Receiving Stats for any School in the Country, except with Schools Running an Option Offense.

In this Arizona State Game, even with Great Sun Devil Defensive Backs, Coutee was Consistently Seen Open, and with his Speed and Elusiveness, it gave the Sun Devils Secondary a Lot of Problems. His Touchdown Catch was a 12-Yard Pass from Quarterback Nic Shimonek and it gave the Red Raiders a Quick 7-3 lead with 4:25 Left in the First Quarter.

Coutee had 55 Catches for 890-Yards and Seven Touchdowns as a Sophomore, and he is off to a Tremendous Start To-Pass all of those Figures in 2017. After this Game, Coutee was Leading the Nation in Pass Receiving Yards186-Yards Receiving

Image result for Anthony miller memphis Photos4. Wide Receiver Anthony Miller (#3) – Memphis

In the Big Football Game, between UCLA and Memphis, all of the Hype was about UCLA Quarterback Josh Rosen, Considered to be One of the Best, if not the Best, Quarterbacks in the Country, but in this Game, “Things” went a Little Different. Memphis Quarterback Riley Ferguson was just as Outstanding as Rosen and he Passed for 398-Yards and Six Touchdown Passes, while Rosen Completed 34 of 56 Passes for 463-Yards, and Four Touchdowns, but Rosen also had a Couple of Interceptions and UCLA lost to Memphis in a Huge 48-45 Victory on Saturday.

Ferguson matched his counterpart, Completing 23 of 38 Passes for Memphis and his Favorite Target was Super Red-Shirt Senior Wide Receiver Anthony Miller, who finished the Tigers 48-45 UPSET Victory over UCLA with an Unbelievable and a Very Impressive 185-Yards Receiving and Two Touchdowns. Miller lined-up in both the Slot and Wide Receiver Positions and he Can Play both Positions in the NFL; and he is Rated to Possibly be Drafted in the First Round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Before the 2016 Season, Wide Receiver Isaac Bruce was the only Wide Receiver in Memphis History to Record a 1,000-Yard Pass Receiving Season, but Miller Changed that when he Set the New Memphis Record for Pass Receiving Yards with 1,434-Yards. Also, in 2016, Miller Set a Pass Receiving Single Season Memphis Record Catches Record with 95 Catches, including another Memphis School Record Touchdown Catches with 14 Catches.

Miller also had another Memphis Record of Eight Games with 100-Yards Receiving. Also in 2016, Miller Broke Another Memphis School Record of All-Purpose Yards with 1,434 Receiving; 69-Yards Rushing; and a 97-Yard Punt Return; giving him 1,600-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and Fourth on the All-Time Memphis School Record.

In 2016, Miller Ranked among the American Athletic Conference Leaders. He Ranked Fourth in Pass Receptions with his 95; Ranked Fourth in Receptions Per Game with a 7.3 Average; Ranked Second in Receiving Yards with his 1,434-Yards; Ranked second in Yards Receiving per game with 110.3; Third in All-Purpose Yards with 1,600; and Fifth in All-Purpose Yards per Game with 123.1-Yards Per Game.  Miller also Recorded Five Games with Double-Digit Catches.

Miller is an Unbelievable Wide Receiver who has Incredible Hands, Outstanding Concentration, and an Impeccable Work Ethic and Athlon Magazine Selected him on their 2017 Preseason All-America Fourth Team

A few days before the UCLA Game, Miller Sent a Tweet that Sounded like a Tweet that I Might have made 55-Years ago when I Signed a Football Scholarship with The Baylor Bears. Although I was on Scholarship, the Baylor Cubs only Signed 22 Scholarship Players and our First Game was Against The Texas Shorthorns, who had just Signed 116 Scholarship Players. So this Game was Billed as the Texas Blue-Chip Shorthorns Against The Baylor Cowchip Cubs…and The Cowchips Beat The Bluechips 13-12 as I was the Baylor Cubs Leading Rusher on Offense and Recorded 2 Interceptions on Defense.

Also Remember that Anthony Miller was an Unbelievable Former Walk-on!

Days before the UCLA Game, Miller let everyone on Twitter know that he was ready for this big game. He called it “The Walk-Ons Against The 5-stars.” And the Walk-Ons Won! – 185-Yards Receiving

Related image5. Wide Receiver Jalen McCleskey (#1) – Oklahoma State

Oklahoma State Super-Star Jalen McCleskey is an Incredible Wide Receiver from Covington St Paul, Louisiana that really became an Great Receiver last year in his Sophomore Season. This year, as a Junior, McCleskey has become a Great Clutch “Go-To” Wide Receiver for Quarterback Heisman Trophy Candidate Mason Rudolph. When Wide Receiver Marcell Ateman went down with a Foot Injury in the Summer, there was a Huge Void at Receiver Opposite Freaky Wide Receiver James Washington, until McCleskey Emerged on the Other Wide Receiver on the Other Side.

As a Freshman, in 2015, McCleskey Caught 29-Passes and Three Touchdowns, but this year, as a Junior, McCleskey has become a Real Super Star with Washington. In this Huge 59-21 Victory over Pittsburgh, both McCleskey and Washington were both Unbelievable Pass Receiving Freaks, as McCleskey Caught an Amazing Seven Passes for 162-Yards and Three Touchdowns and Washington Caught Five Passes for 124-Yards.

McCleskey Averaged 23.1-Yards Per Catch and Washington Averaged 24.8-Yards Per Catch. Washington (6-1, 210, 4.4) will “Go-Down” as one of the Most Prolific Wide Receivers in the History of Oklahoma State Football, and he Could also Become a #1 NFL Draft Choice, but McCleskey (5-10, 170, 4.33, 40.5, 4.06) is a Super Combine Freak with Incredible Measurables and he could also become a High NFL Draft Choice. – 162-Yards Receiving

Image result for Darren carrington Photos6. Wide Receiver Darren Carrington (#9) – Utah

Super-Star Wide Receiver Darren Carrington Admitted it was premature but he said Utah Sophomore Super-Star Quarterback Tyler Huntley reminded him a lot of his former Oregon Teammate and Quarterback Marcus Mariota. ”He’s not there yet, but almost, he’s young, but he reminds of Marcus a lot, how he can run, can throw off the run, throw off his back foot 70-Yards if he wants to and he makes people miss. I told him right when I got here, I’d be there for him,” said Carrington, who transferred from Oregon. ”I think our connection is just getting better and better as we go on.”

Living up to a Heisman Trophy winner is a tall task, but in his Third Start for the Utes, Huntley Passed or 341-Yards and Four Touchdowns and Three of the Touchdowns were Caught by Carrington, as Utah (3-0) Raced to a 54-16 Victory over San Jose and Remained Unbeaten. Carrington Caught Two First Half Touchdowns of 7 and 26-Yards to give the Utes a Nice 30-3 Lead at Half-Time and added a Third Touchdown Catch in the Fourth Quarter.

”Huntley and Carrington obviously have some great Chemistry right now and Tyler feels Very Confident in throwing the Football and Darren,” Utah Head Coach Kyle Whittingham said.

Huntley became the first Utah Quarterback since Quarterback Brian Johnson, who led the 2008 Sugar Bowl Champion Team, to have 300-Yard Passing Games in Back-to-Back Games. In this Game Against San Jose State, Carrington Caught Nine Passes for 153-Yards as the Utes Racked-Up 501-Yards of Total Offense on a cool, clear night.

After three Games, Carrington (6-3, 205, 4.42) has Caught 26 Passes for 409-Yards and Four Touchdowns. – 153-Yards Receiving

Co-All-Purpose Back

Image result for Saquon Barkley Penn State Photos1. All-Purpose Back Saquon Barkley (#26) – Penn State

After Recording an Unbelievable Game in the Rose Bowl last year when he had an Incredible 306-Yards of Total Offense and Three Touchdowns, every NFL Scout on the Planet is Fully Aware of the The Talent and NFL Potential of Penn State Running Back Saquon Barkley.

Barkley is a True Junior and Probably will not be Coming-Back for his Senior Season. There also is an “On-Going” Debate about if he is a Better than NFL #1 Draft Choices in 2016 and 2017, including both Running Back Prospects Ezekiel Elliott and Leonard Fournette who were #1 Draft Choices of the Dallas Cowboys in the 2016 NFL Draft and Jacksonville Jaguars in 2017. Barkley will bring to some Lucky NFL Team,the same kind of Tremendous Size, Speed, and Versatility that Elliott brought to the Cowboys.

In the 2017 NFL Draft, the Biggest Super Freak was Defensive End Myles Garrett and he was the #1 Selection. In the Summer, Barkley Broke the Penn State Power-Clean Record of Anthony Zattel with an Incredible 405 Power Clean and he also did Five Reps of 525-Pounds in the Squat. These are World Record Feats for a Running Back.

What is so Freaky is that Barkley Squats Almost Twice his Actual Body Weight, which is Totally Unheard-Of in Athletics. If this was not enough for this Freak, he has also Lowered his Forty Time to a 4.33.

In this 56-0 Victory over Georgia State, Junior Barkley (5-11, 228, 4.33, 40, 4.13, 30) was Phenomenal as he Caught 4 Passes from Quarterback Trace McSorley, including a Beautiful 85-Yard Touchdown; Rushed for 47-Yards; and Returned a Kickoff 37-Yards, giving him an Amazing 226-Yards of Total Offense.

After three Games, Barkley had 307-Yards Rushing and 11 Catches for another 241-Yards. 226-Yards of All-Purpose Yards

Image result for Dante pettis Photos2. All-Purpose Back Dante Pettis (#8) – Washington

All-Purpose Back Dante Pettis was Incredible for the Washington Huskies in their 48-16 Victory of Fresno State. All that Pettis did was to Record an Unbelievable 208-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in the Victory.

Pettis Caught Five Passes for 92-Yards and an Amazing Three Touchdowns and Returned a Punt 77-Yards for another Touchdown. If that was not enough, Pettis threw a 39-Yard Pass Completion, giving him the 208-Yards of Total All-Purpose Yards and Four Touchdowns.

He also Broke some Records and Tied some more Records in the Game. Pettis Tied Two NCAA Records and one Washington School Record including the Tying of an NCAA Punt Return Record for a Touchdown with Eight Punt Returns for a Touchdown.

Pettis also Broke an NCAA Punt Return Record by Returning a Punt for a Touchdown in Three Consecutive Games. including Punt Returns for a Touchdown Against Fresno State, Rutgers, and Montana. He has already Tied the Washington Single-Season Record with Three already this Season, with Nine more Games to play.

With his Five Pass Catches, including Three Touchdown Catches, Pettis also tied his Career-High for Touchdown Catches in a Single Game. – 208-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and Four Touchdowns

Fab-Five Defensive Players

1. Defensive End Ogbonnia Okoronkwo (#31) – Oklahoma

Defensive End Ogbonnia Okoronkwo (6-4, 240, 4.64) of Oklahoma has evolved from a Great Pass-Rushing Specialist into an All-Around Great Defensive Player. He has at least two tackles for loss in each of the first three games and is second on the team with 19 tackles and 3 Quarterback Sacks.

In this 56-14 Victory over Tulane, Okoronkwo Recorded 9 Tackles, including 5 Solo Tackles, 2 Tackles for a Loss, One Forced Fumble, and One Quarterback Sack. Before the Season opener, Okoronkwo had Recorded 16.5 Career Quarterback Sacks which was #16 on the All-Time Oklahoma Sack List. – One Quarterback Sack, Two Tackles for a Loss, One Forced Fumble, and 9 Tackles

Image result for Jeffery Simmons Photos2. Defensive Tackle Jeffery Simmons (#94)- Miss State

Mississippi State Defensive Tackle Jeffery Simmons has done it again against another team from Louisiana. The Super-Talented Sophomore Defensive Lineman was Recognized again by the SEC as the SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week for an Incredible Second Week in a Row.

Simmons (6-4, 301, 4.8) of Macon Noxubee County, Georgia had 1.5 sacks, 1.5 Tackles for a Loss, three Quarterback Hurries, and 7 Tackles on Saturday. In this Game, Simmons was Constantly Disrupting the LSU Offense that Double and Triple-Teamed him on Every Single Play.

Simmons has Taken an Unbelievably Commanding Lead in Leading the Bulldogs to their Incredible and Phenomenal 2017 Start. Under the Tutelage of Coach Todd Grantham, he can have an Unbelievable Bulldog Career for Head Coach Dan Mullen and all of the Bulldog Players, Coaches, and Fans. – One and a Half Quarterback Sacks, One and a Half Tackles for a Loss, Three Quarterback Hurries, and Seven Tackles

Image result for Mike Ramsay Duke Photos3. Defensive Tackle Mike Ramsay (#99) – Duke

Duke Defensive Tackle Mike Ramsay was Outstanding for the Blue Devils 34-29 UPSET of the Baylor Bears, as he Recorded One Quarterback Sack, 2.5 Tackles for a Loss, and Four Quarterback Hurries to go with his Five Tackles.

Red-Shirt Senior Ramsey (6-2, 290) guided a Blue Devil Defense that limited The Bears to 320-Yards of Total Offense and only 57-Yards Rushing and Nine First Downs. He was also part of a Duke Defense that forced four turnovers with Four Quarterback Sacks and allowed 2.1 yards per rush.

Ramsay Led his Smyrna Walker, Georgia High-School Team to a Perfect 10-0 Regular Season Record and 11-1 Record for the Season and was Selected to the First Team All-State Team by The Atlanta Journal Constitution. – One Quarterback Sack, 2.5 Tackles for a Loss, and Four Quarterback Hurries

Image result for Devante Downs California Photos4. Linebacker Devante Downs (#1 On Top) – California

Super Senior Linebacker Devante Downs of California had a Sensational Game on Saturday in a Great 27-16 Victory over Ole Miss. In this Game, Downs Recorded a Career-High and Game-High 14 Tackles, Two Quarterback Sacks for a Minus 13-Yards, and had an Incredible Three Tackles for a Loss for an Unbelievable 21 Minus Yards.

If this was not enough, Downs also Recorded His Fifth Career Interception and his Second Interception of the Season in leading Cal to the Big Victory over Quarterback Shea Patterson and Ole Miss.

After Three Games, Downs (6-3, 245, 4.62) is Currently Leading The PAC-12 in Tackles and is also Currently Tied for 14th in the Country in Tackles and is Averaging 10.7 Tackles Per Game. Downs has been a Huge Key in Leading a Cal defense that has allowed an Average of 22.0 Points Per Game in the First Three Games after giving up 42.6 Points Per Game in 2016. – Two Quarterback Sacks, Three Tackles for a Loss, One Interception, and 14 Tackles

Image result for Micah kiser Photos5. Linebacker Micah Kiser (#53) – Virginia

Senior Middle Linebacker Micah Kiser of Virginia had a Sensational Game on Saturday in Leading the Cavaliers Defense in Helping them in a 38-18 Victory over U-Conn. In this Game, Kiser Recorded a Game-High 15 Tackles, including Seven Solo Tackles, Recorded Two Quarterback Sacks, and Recovered a Fumble at their own Goal-Line.

For his Efforts, Kiser (6-2, 240, 4.68) was Selected was Named as The Walter Camp Football Foundation National Defensive Player of the Week. Kiser was also Selected as the ACC Defensive Player of The Week. With his Two Quarterback Sacks, it Moved Kiser to #10 on The All-Time Virginia Career Sacks with 19 Career Quarterback Sacks. In his First Three Games, Kiser Recorded 36 Tackles and 5 Quarterback Sacks. – Two Quarterback Sacks, Fumble Recovery, and 15 Tackles

 

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2017 COLLEGE FOOTBALL FABULOUS 15 QUARTERBACK MVP’S FOR WEEK THREE! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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2017 COLLEGE FOOTBALL FABULOUS 15 QUARTERBACK MVP’S FOR WEEK THREE
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

WEEKLY NOTES: To be Eligible for an MVP Berth, your Team has got to be on the Winning Team. When I decided to Choose College MVP’s of the Week, I decided To Select a Dozen MVP Players for each Week. In Week One, there were a lot of Defensive Players who had a Great Game, but there were not any of them that had a Phenomenal Game and The Breaking Of School Records and so I did not have any Defensive Players in Week One, but there were Numerous Quarterbacks with Phenomenal Games.

In Week Two, there were so many Phenomenal Performances, I had to Move the Team from 12 to 16 and again there were Numerous Quarterbacks with Mind-Boggling Games. Plus, there also was a 301 Pound Defensive Tackle who Scored Two Defensive Touchdowns, including a 90-Yard Return of a Fumble; a Defensive End who had 4 Quarterback Sacks; and a Free Safety who Scored Two Defensive Touchdowns.

Week Three: I really Enjoy Selecting the College MVP’s of the Week, but in Week Three, there were so many Incredible Performances, it has Taken Me All-Week to get all of them Covered. Also, in the First Three Weeks, I have Highlighted Most All of the Super-Stars for the Season and I Sincerely Hope that it has helped all of the “Close to 100” NFL Scouts for the NFL Draft. For Week Four, I have Set some New Guidelines for the MVP Players as Follows: Quarterbacks: 400-Yards of Offense – Skill Players: 200-Yards of Offense – Defensive Line: 2 Sacks and 1 TFL – Linebacker: 15 Tackles – Defensive Back: 2 Interceptions

SUPER MVP TRIO OF WEEK THREE

Image result for Nic Shimonek PhotosQuarterback Nic Shimonek
(#16) Texas Tech

Texas Tech Quarterback Nic Shimonek was Phenomenal on Saturday as he Completed 37 of 50 Passes for 543-Yards and Six Touchdowns in the Red Raiders 52-45 Victory over Arizona State.

Shimonek (#16) is a Fifth-Year Senior Transfer from Iowa and is Trying to Make the Most of a Chance to Lead the Red Raiders for his One Last Year before going to the NFL. The Red Raiders also have an Unbelievable History in having a One-Year Phenom Starting Quarterback and having a Huge Year.

In the Past, Quarterback Sonny Cumbie, Quarterback Cody Hodges, and Quarterback B.J. Symonds have had Incredible Seasons in their only year as a Starting Quarterback and Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury is one of the Greatest Quarterbacks ever as his Quarterback Coach.

“Shimonek has improved every day,” Kingsbury said. “It’s something we talk about a lot. He works hard at it. The film study, the mechanics. He’s on track. He can get a lot better, but I like where he’s at. I like his mentality. He knows he has only one year, and he’s trying to take full advantage of it. It looks like we have got some pretty good quarterbacks in the Big 12,” Kingsbury further said. – 543-Yards Passing

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Image result for Mason Rudolph PhotosQuarterback Mason Rudolph (#2) Oklahoma State

In Game Two, Super-Star Passing Quarterback Mason Rudolph became the Oklahoma State Cowboys Most Successful Passing Quarterback in Oklahoma State History as he Completed 25 of 38 Passes for 335-Yards and Three Touchdowns. He also Rushed for another 18-Yards, giving him 353-Yards in the Cowboys 44-7 Victory over South Alabama.

In that Game, Rudolph Completed his 25 of 38 Passes and broke the Brandon Weeden Passing Record of 9,260-Yards and finished with 9,352-Yards and the Cowboys Career Passing Record. In his First Two Games of the Year, Rudolph had Accounted for Eight Touchdowns in the Two Victories, so what in the World could Rudolph do to Improve these Awesome Stats?

But, he did! In Game Three, in their 59-21 Victory over Pittsburgh, Rudolph Completed 23 of 32 Passes for an Incredible 497-Yards and Five Touchdowns and with an Incredible 247.6 Quarterback Rating. In this Game, Rudolph Passed for 423-Yards and Five Touchdowns in the First Half and Now has 9,352-Yards in his Oklahoma State Career and gives The Heisman Trophy Voters some Mind-Boggling Things to Think About.

Rudolph also had some Incredible Pass Receivers as Four of them had at least 100-Yards in Receiving. Junior Wide Receiver Jalen McCleskey, (5-10, 170, 4.33) from Covington St Paul, Louisiana, Caught Seven Passes for 162-Yards and Three Touchdowns and Senior Wide Receiver James Washington (6-1, 210, 4.4) From Stamford, Texas, Caught Five Passes for for 124-Yards; while Wide Receiver Marcell Ateman (6-4, 220, 4.5) from Dallas, Texas, Caught Four Passes for 109-Yards, including a Beautiful 69-Yards and Freshman Dillon Stoner (6-1, 200) from Tulsa, Oklahoma, Caught 5 Passes for 100-Yards. – 497-Yards Passing

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Image result for Nick Fitzgerald Photos Against LSUQuarterback Nick Fitzgerald
(#7)
– Mississippi State

Mississippi State Dynamic Athletic Quarterback Nick Fitzgerald is a Member of The Under-Publicized SEC Quarterback Club, but that is Getting-Ready to Change. In 2016, Fitzgerald (6-5, 230, 4.52) Put-Up some Mind-Boggling Figures, including 2,423-Yards Passing and 21 Touchdowns, to go with another 1,375-Yards rushing and 16 Touchdowns.

With these Unbelievable Stats, Most Bulldog Fans would think that he would be more in the National Spotlight, but The Bulldogs had two Losses to South Alabama and Kentucky and Ended with a Mediocre 5-7 Record and Consequently, he was Never Able to Make any of the 2017 Pre-Season All-American Quarterback Lists. Despite the Ups and Downs in 2016, Fitzgerald has Showcased the Mind-Boggling Figures in the Head Coach Dan Mullen Offense and he has Recently Been Named to the Maxwell Award Watch List.

One of my Coaching Friends, Head Coach Dan Mullen, is a Great Coach and a Tremendous Quarterback Mentor, as he helped Develop Quarterback Dak Prescott and now Nick Fitzgerald. Coach Mullen was the 2014 National and Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year and he has shaped The Mississippi State Football Program into an Unbelievable National Contender.

Even if Mississippi State does not make a Huge-Leap into the National Spotlight, with Fitzgerald at the Helm, the Bulldogs could very well be Outstanding. With 3,798-Yards of Total Offense and 37 Touchdowns in 2016, Fitzgerald is a Sensational Dual-Threat Playmaker that will give all of the SEC Defensive Coordinators a Lot of Headaches throughout the Year and LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron and LSU Defensive Coordinator Dave Aranda were the First Coaches in the SEC to get Foiled by Fitzgerald, as The Bulldogs Embarrassed the Tigers with a Staggering 37-7 Victory.

In this Game, Fitzgerald just about made it to the 300-Yards of Total Offense Club Against LSU, but I watched Every Single Play in this Game and although he did not make the 300-Yard Club, Fitzgerald was one of the Most Dominating Players of all of the Saturday Games; Was the Best Player in this Game; and A Must Player for the Weekly MVP Award Team.

The Mississippi State Football Series against LSU dates all the way back to 1896 and that includes a Whole Lot of Heartbreaks for the Bulldogs, but that was not the case on Saturday Night. In fact, the Bulldogs still might be Celebrating this Huge LSU Victory. The Bulldogs (3-0, 1-0) beat LSU for just the Second Time in 18 Games Dating-Back to 2000.

Fitzgerald was “Flat-Outright” Incredible as he Completed 15 of 23 Passes for 180-Yards and Two Touchdowns and he also Rushed 14-Times for another 88-Yards and another Two Touchdowns, giving him 268-Yards of Total Offense and Four Touchdowns in Leading the Bulldogs to their UPSET Victory. In this UPSET Victory over #12 Ranked LSU, The Bulldogs Stunned the Tigers and the Rest of the SEC in this Southeastern Conference Opening Game for both Teams.

In another Incredible Stunning Factor was that, not only did the Bulldogs Win with an Incredible Victory, the Margin of Victory was the Largest Margin of Victory for the Bulldogs in their 111-Game Football Series and it also was not just that the Bulldogs were able to win, to the Delight of Over 60,000 Partial Fans. The Bulldogs Physically Pushed the LSU Players around all over the Field to the Delight of the Bulldog Fans with the Clanging of Their Trademark Bulldog Cowbells.

Fitzgerald also had some Really Great Support from Super Running Back Aeris Williams (6-1, 217, 4.46) who Rushed for 146-Yards on 23 Carries and a Great 6.3-Yards Per Carry Average. Wide Receiver Keith Mixon (5-8, 187, 4.52) Caught Six Passes for 97-Yards and a Touchdown; while Super Freshman Kicker Jace Christmann Kicked his First Three Field Goals of his Career, Connecting on Field Goals from 30, 45 and 27-Yards.

LSU (2-1, 0-1) was Sloppy on Both Sides of the Football, as they had Two Touchdowns “Called-Back” because of Penalties and were Penalized Nine Times for 112-Yards. They also had Two Defensive Players were Ejected for Targeting Penalties on Helmet to Helmet Hits on Fitzgerald.

“We Shot Ourselves in the Foot,” LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron said. “And there’s no one but us to blame.”

On Monday, Nick Fitzgerald was Named SEC Offensive Player of the Week. With this Unbelievable Game against LSU, the Heisman Voters are alerted and if he can have another Outstanding Game against Georgia on Saturday, the discussion Continue. He also Recorded a Great 159.7 Quarterback Rating. 268-Yards of Total Offense

Super Six-Athletic Quarterbacks

Image result for Jarrett Stidham Photos1. Quarterback Jarrett Stidham (#8) – Auburn

Auburn turned in another Ugly offensive Performance, but there were still some Great Offensive Performances in their 24-10 victory over FCS Mercer.

Super Athletic Quarterback Jarrett Stidham (6-3, 214, 4.6) had an Unbelievable Game in the 24-10 Victory as he Completed an Amazing 32 of 37 Passes for 364-Yards and he also Added another 23-Yards Rushing on 7 Carries, giving him an Incredible 387-Yards of Total Offense.

Running Back Kamryn Pettway also had a Great Game, as he Rushed for 128-Yards on 34 Carries and Three Touchdowns on 4-Yards in the First Quarter; 9-Yards in the Third Quarter; and another 4-Yard Touchdown in the Fourth Quarter. Pettway also Caught Three Passes for another 32-Yards, giving him 160-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and Three Touchdowns.

Stidham, a Baylor Transfer from Stephenville, Texas, Recorded a Great 163.7 Quarterback Rating. 387-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Quinton flowers Photos2. Quarterback Quinton Flowers (#9) – South Florida

At the Start of the Season, South Florida were getting ready to “Back-Up” their Pre-Season Ranking and were going to Hit the Ground Running and Backing-Up The Quinton Flowers for Heisman Campaign.

Then, in the First Two Games against San Jose State and Stony Brook, but in those game, South Florida was not Great and Flowers was just OK, during an unimpressive start to the year for South Florida. The Bulls, however, still went 2-0, but they fell behind by a 16-0 margin early against San Jose State and were tied with Stony Brook in the fourth quarter. Flowers was held below 300-Yards of Offense in each game and he did not look Very Good or Confident.

Things were back to normal for The Bulls in the Friday Night Game in their 47-23 win over Illinois and Flowers was Absolutely Sensational and he Looked like a True Heisman Candidate.

In this game, Flowers Completed 15 of 27 Passes for 280-Yards and Four Touchdowns and he also ran 25 times for another 106-Yards and another Touchdown, giving him an Incredible 386-Yards of Total Offense and Five Touchdowns.

Flowers threw Touchdown Passes to Four Different Receivers, and then Finished the Game, early in the Fourth Quarter. It was the Fifth Time in his Career that he Accounted for Five Touchdowns, as well as the Fifth Time that he Accounted f or 375-Yards of Total Offense. – 386-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Jalen Hurts Images3. Quarterback Jalen Hurts (#2) – Alabama

Alabama has “Come-Up” with another Unbelievable Athletic Quarterback in Jalen Hurts, who has already led the Crimson Tide to a 3-0 Record in the 2017 Season. In this 41-23 Victory Against Colorado State, Hurts led The Tide on Multi Touchdown Drives and had his Overall Best Game of the Season.

Hurts Completed 12 of 17 Passes for 248-Yards and Two Touchdowns and he also Rushed for another 103-Yards on 11 Carries and Finished the Game with 351-Yards of Total Offense. Hurts also Accounted for all of the Yards, in the First Half, except for 50-Yards.

With 12:43 Left in the First Quarter, Hurts Scored on a 27-Yard Touchdown Run and gave The Tide a 7-0 Lead and then only a Few Minutes later, he hit Wide Receiver Calvin Ridley with a Beautiful 78-Yard Touchdown Pass to give The Tide a 14-0 lead and after a 46-Yard Field Goal, The Tide lead 17-0 after the First Quarter. Hurts Recorded a Fantastic 232.0 Quarterback Rating.351-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Kelly Bryant Photos4. Quarterback Kelly Bryant (#2) – Clemson

There were several Unbelievable Games, Along with the LSU and Mississippi State Game, that I was Keenly Interested in and the Clemson and Louisville Game was Going to be a Must Game For Me to See. Clemson, of Course, Won the National Championship last Year, but Louisville Quarterback Lamar Jackson won the Heisman Trophy. Also in the First Two Games of this Season, Jackson had been Phenomenal and he Obviously Wants to win the Heisman Trophy Again.

Also, Louisville Junior Super-Star Wide Receiver Jaylen Smith (6-4, 220, 4.44)  has also been Sensational and Last Week, he Caught Nine Passes from Jackson for a Career-High 183-Yards and a Touchdown.

In the Photo Above, both of the Two Louisville Players are Potential NFL #1 Draft Choices, including Wide Receiver Jaylen Smith (#8) and Quarterback Lamar Jackson (#9). This Incredible Passing Combo had Virtually Been Unstoppable Before This Game.

Also, In the First Two Games of the 2017 Season, The National Champions Found Themselves another Unbelievable Athletic Quarterback named Kelly Bryant (6-4, 220, 4.5) to Take-Over the Reins from All-World Quarterback and NFL #1 Draft Choice, Quarterback Deshaun Watson, of the Houston Texans. And the Results of the Game was that The National Champions Completely Destroyed Jackson and The Cardinals to take Complete Control over the ACC Atlantic Division.

Clemson led 19-7 at Halftime, then shut the door on Louisville early in the Third Quarter when Dorian O’Daniel Intercepted a Jackson Pass and Returned it 44-Yards for a Touchdown. Later in the Third Quarter, Bryant ran One-Yard for another Touchdown and a 33-7 Lead. Bryant also hit Junior Wide Receiver Ray-Ray McCloud (5-10, 180, 4.42) with Seven Passes for 115-Yards.

Bryant Completed 22 of 32 Passes for 316-Yards and a Touchdown and Rushed for 26-Yards and another Two Touchdowns, giving him 342-Yards of Total Offense and Three Touchdowns, in getting the Defending National Champs Started on Another National Championship. Bryant also had a Very Good Quarterback Rating of 162.0. – 342-Yards of Total Offense

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Trace McSorley had had an Incredible on Saturday Night as he got Penn State off to a Great Fast Start as he Completed 14 of 19 Passes for 258-Yards and 258-Yards in the First Half and threw a Stadium-Record 85-Yard Touchdown Pass to Running Back Saquon Barkley in the #5 Nittany Lions 56-0 Victory over Georgia State 56-0.

In the Entire Game, McSorley (6-0, 185) Completed 18 of 23 Passes for 309-Yards and had 24-Yards Rushing on 8 Carries, giving him 333-Yards of Total Offense.

Barkley finished the Game with an Incredible 226-Yards of All-Purpose Yards. McSorley also Recorded a Tremendous 248.5 Quarterback Rating. – 333-Yards of Total Offense

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Ohio State Super-Star Athletic Quarterback J.T. Barrett (6-2, 220, 4.51) Made Big-Ten History in their 38-7 Victory over Army when he Ran for his 105th Career Touchdown and Passed for his 106th and 107th Touchdowns. By Getting these Three Touchdowns, Barrett Broke The Record of Former Purdue and Current New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees Record for the Most Accountable Touchdowns in Big-Ten History.

In this Game, Barrett Completed 25 of 33 Passes for 270-Yards and his Two Touchdowns and another 32-Yards and another Touchdown, giving him 302-Yards of Total Offense. After Breaking the Ohio State School Record for Total Offense, in the First Game, and getting 270-Yards Passing on Saturday, Barrett is now only 409-Yards away from The Ohio State School Record for Passing Yards, Set by All-American Quarterback Art Schlichter.

As a result of his Lengthy Career at Quarterback for Ohio State, Barrett has had the opportunity to Set Ohio State Records, but also in the Big-Ten. In this Game, Barrett Recorded a Great 164.5 Quarterback Rating. 302-Yards of Total Offense

Super Six-Passing Quarterbacks

Image result for Logan Woodside Photos1. Quarterback Logan Woodside (#11) – Toledo

Quarterback Logan Woodside was Unbelievable on Saturday in a 54-51 UPSET Victory over Tulsa as he Completed 22 of 33 Passes for an Incredible 458-Yards and Six Touchdowns. Another Incredible Feat was that his Six Touchdowns were for 60, 26, 81, 15, 49, and 74-Yards.

Also, in this Game, Woodside (6-1, 201, 4.84) moved into Third Place on the Toledo All-Time Career Passing List with 7,636 Career Yards. His 458-Yards Passing in this Game, he also moved into Third Place on the All-Time Single-Game Passing Yardage.458-Yards Passing

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2. Quarterback Riley Ferguson (#4) – Memphis

In this Huge Game with UCLA and Memphis, the Star Quarterback of the Game was Supposed to be UCLA Quarterback Josh Rosen and he was Selected to our Weekly MVP Players of the Week in both Game One and Game Two.

Rosen, considered one of the Top Quarterbacks in the Country, Completed 34 of 56 Passes for 463-Yards and Four Touchdowns for The Bruins, but he also threw two key Interceptions in the 48-45 UPSET Loss for The Bruins.

For all of the hype about Rosen, Memphis Quarterback Riley Ferguson (6-4, 210, 4.8) matched his counterpart, Completing 23 of 38 Passes 398-Yards Passing and an Incredible Six Touchdowns in the Unbelievable 48-45 Victory for Memphis. His Favorite Wide Receiver, Anthony Miller, was also Sensational, as he Caught Nine Passes for 185-Yards and Two Touchdowns, while Averaging 20.6-Yards Per Catch.

Jacobi Francis broke up a late Fourth-Down Pass by Rosen to lead Memphis. The Francis Pass Breakup with 56-Seconds left in the Game sent the Tigers faithful into an Unbelievable Celebration.

“They’ve been given nothing. They’ve had to earn everything they’ve ever gotten,” Memphis Head Coach Mike Norvell said about his team. “That’s what today was all  about. It’s about going out there and when you get that opportunity and you put the work in, then you go out there and you make the play. That’s why I love this Memphis Football Team.” Ferguson Recorded a Tremendous 195.3 Quarterback Rating.398-Yards Passing

Image result for Sam Darnold Photos3. Quarterback Sam Darnold – (#14)  Southern Cal

There were a Lot of Exciting Football Games on Saturday, and although the Memphis and UCLA might have been one of the Most Exciting, it has to Hold Top-Billing with the Southern Cal and Texas Game.

The USC-Texas Game an Unbelievable Double-Overtime Thriller between a #4 Ranked Team in the Country in The Trojans and the Pesky Texas Longhorns, who are either Coming-back or not back. The Longhorns were UPSET by Maryland in their Opening Game and were 1-1 after beating San Jose State. It had everything with Two Marquee Programs, with Upset Potential, and Great Clutch Plays.

Last Saturday against Texas, Southern Cal was down by Three Points, before mounting a final drive to force overtime.

“It just brings out the best in everybody, when you’re challenged to have to get it done,” said the Trojan Quarterbacks Coach and Passing Game Coordinator, Tyson Helton. Incidently,  The Southern Cal Offensive Coordinator and Wide Receiver Coach Tee Martin has been a Personal Friend of mine for many years. 

After the Longhorns took a 17-14 lead with 45 seconds remaining, they held a win expectancy of more than 91 percent, according to ESPN Stats.

When USC regained possession at its 35-Yard line, with 39 Seconds to go, it had been an uneven evening for its offense. The Trojans had been scoreless in the second half and Quarterback Sam Darnold had been Intercepted Two Times, and the Trojans Showed little signs of life.

All of that did not matter and will Never Matter, because “Big Sam” Darnold was getting ready to Take-Over.

“It All-Starts with Sam,” said Tight End Tyler Petite. “You have a Leader who is so poised and calm. It just kind of ripples throughout everybody.”

“When you have the most important guy on your Offense come in and be the most calm and collected out of everybody, even the Trojan Coaches, you have a guy who’s coming in and saying, ‘lets go score,’ it’s like another day of playing football in the backyard, to be able to see that Unbelievable Confidence from someone who is leading the team, it’s calming.”

Darnold, his teammates contend, never shows any worry and they rallied again.

“He provides one thing to your team no matter how adverse the situation is and that’s hope,” USC Head Coach Clay Helton added.

Darnold started the drive for the tying score against Texas, which ended on a 31-yard yard field goal by Freshman Walk-On Kicker Chase McGrath, with three straight completions and some of them were Very Difficult to Complete.

On one 21-yard pass to Freshman Running Back Stephen Carr, Darnold need more time, so he leaped in the air before floating it downfield to Carr, who was running along the Left Hashmarks.

“Thirty-nine seconds is an eternity for us,” Tyson Helton said. “We have plenty of time to go score. We won’t necessarily worry about the time, we just worry about what plays we’re going to run.”

Red-Shirt Sophomore Darnold (6-4, 220) was Sensational in this Game as he Completed 29 of 49 for an Amazing 397-Yards and Three Touchdowns in the Triple Overtime Victory over Texas.

In 2016, Darnold proved to be among the Top Quarterbacks in the Country as just a Red-Shirt Freshman as he inserted into the Trojans Starting Lineup in the Fourth Game and gave the USC Offense a spark as the Trojans won their Final Nine Games of the 2016 Season. Overall in the 2016 Season, while appearing in all 13 Games and starting the last 10, Darnold Completed 246 of 366 Passes for an Incredible 3,086-Yards and 31 Touchdowns with a 67.2 Per-Cent Completion Rate. He also had 62 Carries for 250-Yards and Two Touchdowns, giving him 3,336-Yards of Total Offense and 33 Touchdowns.

Darnold also Won the 2016 Archie Griffin Award from the Touchdown Club of Columbus and given to the Season-Long Most Valuable Player after the Bowl Games. He was Voted The 2016 Pac-12 Freshman Offensive Player of the Year and he made The Football Writers Freshman All-American First Team.

He also Won The Southern Cal 2016 Most Inspirational Player Award and Bob Chandler Award Given to the Underclassman with Outstanding Athletic Ability, Academic Achievement and Great Character.

He is the only USC Quarterback in History to have Back-to-Back Five Touchdown Games Against Arizona and California in 2016. Also in 2016, Darnold also Threw Multiple Touchdown Passes in Nine Straight Games, the most by a Trojan since Matt Leinart Threw 15 in 2003-04. He was ninth nationally in passing efficiency in 2016 and Second in the Pac-12 with an Unbelievable 161.1 Quarterback Rating. In the Game Against Texas, Darnold Recorded a 137.2 Quarterback Rating. – 397-Passing Yards

Image result for Luke Falk Photos4. Quarterback Luke Falk (#4) – Washington State

Quarterback Luke Falk (6-4, 225, 4.82) of Washington State had another Incredible Passing Game in a 52-23 Victory over Oregon State. In that Game Falk Completed 37 of 49-Yards for an Unbelievable 396-Yards and Six Touchdowns and Zero Interceptions, with a Fabulous 75.5 Completion Percentage Rate.  He also did not play most of the fourth quarter in the Cougars Rout.

With his Six Touchdowns, Falk Recorded his 98th Career Touchdown Pass, breaking the Touchdown Passing Record of Quarterback Jared Goff of California and Ranks as the Fourth in Pac-12 History. When he got his Fifth Touchdown Pass, Falk Tied a Washington State Record and then with his Sixth Touchdown Pass, he Broke the Washington State Career Record for Career Touchdown Passes.

Falk actually Scorched the Oregon State Defense in the Second Quarter as he Completed 14 of 20 Passes for 133-Yards and Three Touchdowns which was Noteworthy Numbers.

Falk has Passed for 1,689-Yards and a 422.3-Yards Per Game Average Against Oregon State in his career and 22 Touchdowns. He is also 4-0 against the Beavers, the first Washington State Quarterback in History to beat a Team Four Times.

With his 396-Yards Passing, Falk brought his Career Passing Totals to 11,793-Yards, with the Fifth Best in Pac-12 History. Falk was named Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week on Monday, and it was his Fifth Time in getting The Weekly Pac-12 Award.

Falk operates with Unbelievable Poise in the Mike Leach Shotgun Offense and he is quick to Scan and Pass with Anticipation. Although he plays in The Mike Leach Air Raid Offense, he does read the Entire Field. He has a very quick and Smooth Release. He has a Tremendous Touch on the Ball and Coach Leach gives him a lot of Freedom and Responsibility in the Passing Offense and he has handled it extremely well and he Never Looks Flustered.

With Cougar Head Coach Mike Leach as his Mentor, it should not be such a Surprise that an Incredible Quarterback like Luke Falk is Breaking a lot of Pac-12 Records in almost Every Game. Coach Leach is a Personal Friend of mind and he has Developed a Multitude of Unbelievable Quarterbacks while he was at Texas Tech, including Kliff Kingsbury, and now at Washington State with Luke Falk.

My Son, Eric, and I were Personal Guests of Coach Leach and his Coaching Staff and Players on the Sidelines in at Least Two Bowl Games while Coach Leach was at Texas Tech, including The Alamo Bowl in 2001 and The Tangerine Bowl in 2002. Two other Personal Coaching Friends of mine were on those Texas Tech Coaching Staffs, including Coach Art Briles and Coach Sonny Dykes.

Falk is a Definite NFL #1 Draft Choice in the 2018 NFL Draft. In this Oregon State Game, Falk also Recorded a Great 183.8 Quarterback Rating. – 396-Yards Passing

Image result for Josh Jackson Virginia Tech Photos5. Quarterback Josh Jackson (#17) – Virginia Tech

“Things” were not Looking-Good for the Virginia Tech Hokies early in the Game on Saturday. They fell behind East Carolina 17-7 after the First Quarter and they were In Trouble of being upset, but then the second quarter started, and the “Universe Righted Itself”” when Virginia Tech Freshman Quarterback Came-On to the Scene and led the Hokies, as they Racked-Up 57 Unanswered Points to pick up a 64-17 Victory.

Red-Shirt Freshman Quarterback Josh Jackson (6-1, 217) of Virginia Tech had a Sensational Game as he Completed 24 of 31 Passes for 372-Yards and an Incredible Five Touchdowns. And then, on Monday, he was Voted the ACC Rookie of the Week for the second time.

Jackson also Set Career Highs in Completions, Attempts, Passing-Yards, and Passing Touchdowns, including his longest Career Pass Completion with a 70-Yard Touchdown to Running Back Travon McMillian. His Five Touchdown Passes tied for the most in a Single-Game in Virginia Tech History. His 372-Yards Passing were the most by a Hokie Freshman Quarterback and the Fifth Most Touchdowns for any Hokie Quarterback since 1987. Jackson is the first Virginia Tech Quarterback to win his First Three Career Starts since Quarterback Logan Thomas in 2011.

The Virginia Tech Hokies has a Really Unbelievable Shining-Star in Red-Shirt Freshman Quarterback Josh Jackson, who was just named the Manning Award Winner for Week Three. The Sugar Bowl has just Announced the news via Twitter on Thursday Afternoon.  Jackson now has Eight Touchdown Passes for the Season and with Zero Interceptions.

In the East Carolina Game, Jackson Recorded an Unbelievable 231.4 Quarterback Rating and he also has the Highest Quarterback Rating Among All Freshman Quarterbacks with a rating of 177.7 Quarterback Rating for the Season. – 372-Yards Passing

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In the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex Championship Game, it looked-like The SMU Mustangs were going to Pull one of he Upsets of the Year Against the Favored TCU Horned Frogs, and were ahead 19-7 before Super-Star Quarterback Kenny Hill threw Three Touchdown Passes in the Final 7 1/2 Minutes in the Second Quarter.

Jalen Reagor (5-11, 185, 4.41, 38) made an Unbelievable Leaping 38-Yard Touchdown Catch between Four Defenders in the End-Zone on the last play of the First Half, and it Finally put The #20 Horned Frogs Ahead To-Stay in a 56-36 TCU Victory over The Upset-Minded SMU Mustangs on Saturday.

“The Unbelievable Catch by Jalen Reagor made a huge difference, and it gave us a little something going into halftime, and kind-of deflated them a little bit,” Hill said. “That’s the first time I’ve been in a game that I’ve ever seen a Hail-Mary completed, as I just kind of threw it up to him,to  let him go make a play.”

Running Back Darius Anderson (5-11, 205, 4.5) also ran for Two Touchdowns for TCU in the Second Half, including the first drive after halftime and then, Speedy Running Back Kenedy Snell also scored twice.

The Super Fast Snell (5-8, 170, 4.33) had a 10-yard Touchdown Run and later turned a Short Pass into a 71-Yard Sprint to the End-Zone . That long Touchdown gave TCU a 21-19 Lead with 2:40 Left in the First Half. Snell and Reagor are both True Freshmen from Waxahachie, Texas, less than an hour from the TCU Campus.

“Obviously we put the Play-in-the Game, so Reagor Could Jump Up-There and Grab the Ball. We already knew he could do it,” TCU Head Coach Gary Patterson said when talking about his two Great Freshmen Newcomers. “We’ve been chasing Snell all through two-a-days.”

Hill was Incredible for the Horned Frogs as he Completed 24 of 30 Passes for an Amazing 365-Yards and Four Touchdowns in the 56-36 Victory. Hill also Recorded an Unbelievable 226.2 Quarterback Rating. – 365-Yards Passing

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2017 Super 16 College Football MVP’S For Week Two! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

2017 SUPER SIXTEEN COLLEGE FOOTBALL MVP’S FOR WEEK TWO
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

WEEKLY NOTES: To be Eligible for an MVP Berth, your Team has got to be on the Winning Team. When I decided to Choose College MVP’s of the Week, I decided to Select a Dozen MVP Players for each Week. In Week One, there were a lot of Defensive Players who had a Great Game, but there were not any of them that had a Phenomenal Game and Breaking School Records and so I did not have any Defensive Players in Week One, but there were Numerous Quarterbacks with Phenomenal Games.

In Week Two, there were so many Phenomenal Performances, I had to Move the Team from 12 to 16 and again there were Numerous Quarterbacks with Mind-Boggling Games. Plus, there also was a 301 Pound Defensive Tackle who Scored Two Defensive Touchdowns, including a 90-Yard Return of a Fumble; a Defensive End who had 4 Quarterback Sacks; and a Free Safety who Scored Two Defensive Touchdowns.

One Athletic Quarterback had 525-Yards of Total Offense and another who had 499-Yards of Total Offense; and a Passing Quarterback who Passed for 489-Yards and another Passed for 386-Yards. A Freshman Running Back also Rushed for 223-Yards.

Quad-Athletic Quarterbacks

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1. Quarterback Lamar Jackson (#8) – Louisville

Lamar Jackson Won the Heisman Trophy Award Last Year and he wants to win it Again this Year and he is “Putting-Up” Incredible Stats Again. On Saturday, against North Carolina, Jackson Passed for 393-Yards and Three Touchdowns and Ran for another 132-Yards and another Three Touchdowns, giving him 525-Yards of Total Offense and Six Touchdowns.

After Two Games in the 2017 Football Season, Junior Jackson 6-3, 211, 4.5) has Completed 55 of 85 Passes for 771-Yards Passing and has Rushed for 239-Yards on 40 Carries. So after only two games, the Former Heisman Trophy Winner, Jackson is Responsible for 1,010-Yards of Total Offense and Eight Touchdowns.

Jackson became only the Second Player in FBS History to record at least 300 Passing Yards and 100-Yards Rushing in Consecutive Games during Saturday’s 47-35 win over North Carolina. Jackson had 525-Yards of Total Offense were the most ever allowed by the Tar Heels and is the Eighth most in ACC History. He also Accounted for Six Touchdowns, Three Passing and Three Rushing. With 132-Yards Rushing, Jackson now has 2,770-Yards Rushing for his Career and now Ranks Fourth on the Louisville All-Time List.

Following his 393-Yard Passing Performance on Saturday, the Lamar Jackson Career Total of 6,154-Yards Passing Ranks Sixth on the All-Time Louisville School History. – In this Game, Jackson Recorded an Outstanding 174.1 Quarterback Rating.  525-Yards of Total Offense

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2. Quarterback Shane Morris (#11) – Central Michigan

Super-Star Quarterback Shane Morris had an Incredible “Mind-Boggling” Game on Saturday in an Sensational 45-27 UPSET Victory over Kansas. In this Game, Morris Completed 28 of 37 Passes for an Incredible 467-Yards and Five Touchdowns. He also added Eight Rushes for another 32-Yards, giving him 499-Yards of Total Offense in the Victory.

Morris is 12th in the Country with 693-Yards Passing as he has Completed 53 of 86 Passes and Six Touchdowns and only One Interception.  Against Rhode Island in the Season Opener, Morris only Passed for 226-Yards.

“Our biggest jump was just executing in the Red-Zone,” Morris said. “Against Rhode Island, we moved the ball at will pretty much, but the biggest thing was when we got it down there to score, we didn’t Score. We made this a Big Emphasis of that in practice this past week, that we needed to score in the Red-Zone To Win Big Games. I think we had six or seven trips in the Red-Zone and we didn’t score a Touchdown on only one of those drives against Kansas.”

Morris found Wide Receiver Mark Champman for Three of his Touchdown Passes, while Corey Willis and Logan Hessbrook Caught the other two Touchdowns. Devon Spalding added another Touchdown. With this Incredible Game and UPSET, Morris was Named as the Mid-American Conference West Division offensive player of the week.

Morris was also Honored and Selected, along with Sam Darnold, Baker Mayfield, Lamar Jackson, Shea Patterson, and Nate Stanley, as One of Eight Selections to the Davey O’Brien Great Eight Quarterback Award for Week Two.

Morris Recorded an Outstanding 226.3 Quarterback Rating. – 499-Yards of Total Offense

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3. Quarterback Mason Rudolph (#2) – Oklahoma State

Super-Star Passing Quarterback Mason Rudolph just became the Oklahoma State Cowboys Most Successful Passing Quarterback in Oklahoma State History as he Completed 25 of 38 Passes for 335-Yards and Three Touchdowns. He also Rushed for another 18-Yards, giving him 353-Yards in the Cowboys 44-7 Victory over South Alabama.

In this Game, Rudolph broke the 11th-Ranked Oklahoma State Career Passing Record in the Victory as he broke the Brandon Weeden Passing Record of 9,260-Yards late in the Second Quarter and then finished the Game with 9,352-Yards and the Cowboys Career Passing Record. After Rudolph Completed his 25 of 38 Passes, he Retired to the Sidelines, late in the Third Quarter.

In his First Two Games of the Year, Rudolph has Accounted for Eight Touchdowns in Two VictoriesRudolph Finished with a Great 165.9 Quarterback Rating. – 353-Yards of Total Offense

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4. Quarterback Sam Darnold (#14) – Southern Cal

Southern California Quarterback Sam Darnold Completed 21 of 26 Passes for 316-Yards and Four Touchdowns. He also “Sneaked-In” Four-Yards Rushing, giving him 320-Yards of Total Offense. One of the Most Incredible Feats in this Game for Darnold was that he Completed his First Eleven Passes and Finished with a Career-High 80.8 Pass Completion.

This was the Sixth Time in the Career for Darnold (#14) that he threw at least Three Touchdown Passes and Fourth time with at least Four Touchdown Passes in a Single Game. It was also the 12th Consecutive Game that Darnold threw for at least 200-Yards in a Game and the Fifth Time in his Career for more than 300-Yards in a Game. In his First Game in 2017, against Western Michigan, Darnold Completed 23 of 33 Passes for 289-Yards and he now has 605-Yards Passing for the 2017 Season.

Southern Cal is Averaging 302-Yards Passing and 269-Yards Rushing Per Game. So, the Big Question is: Do you try to Stop QB Sam Darnold (#14), RB Tyler Vaughns (#21), and RB Joseph Lewis (#1) in the Unbelievable Passing Game or WR Ronald Jones (#25) in their Very Impressive Running Game?

Darnold had a Quarterback Rating of 169.5 in the First Game and had a Tremendous 218.2 Quarterback Rating in this Tremendous 42-24 Victory over Stanford. – 320-Yards of Total Offense

Quad-Passing Quarterbacks

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1. Quarterback Shea Patterson (#20) – Ole Miss

Shea Patterson was Incredible Again as he Set an Ole Miss School Passing Record as he Completed 32 of 43 Passes for 489-Yards Passing in the Rebels 45-23 Victory over UT-Martin. He also Set a Career High with 5 Touchdown Passes. Patterson spread the wealth around, completing passes to nine different Wide Receivers with a Great 74.4 Completion Percentage Rate.

In Two Games in the 2017 Football Season, Patterson has Passed for 918-Yards and Nine Touchdowns, connecting with an Unbelievable 10 Different Receivers. After Catching 8 Passes for 233-Yards, in the First Game Against Alabama State, Super Wide Receiver A.J. Brown Caught Two Touchdown Passes of 58-Yards and 2-Yards in this Game and he also led the Rebels in Receiving with Eight Catches for 156-Yards.

DeMarkus Lodge Caught a 28-Yard Touchdown in the Third Quarter; while Jordan Wilkins also Caught a 16-Yard Touchdown in the Third Quarter and D.K. Metcalf Caught a 2-Yard Touchdown in the Fourth Quarter.

The Rebels Finished with 543-Yards of Total Offense. Patterson Recorded an Outstanding 203.7 Quarterback Rating489-Yards Passing

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2. Quarterback Baker Mayfield (#6) – Oklahoma

Amazing as it Sounds, Baker Mayfield was a Lightly Recruited Prospect coming-out of an Austin Prep Powerhouse Team. Then, in 2013, he Showed-Up at Texas Tech and became the Starting Quarterback as the First True Freshman Walk-On Quarterback to start a Season-Opening Game in Major College Football Hhistory.

After losing his Starting Job to Davis Webb later that year, he Transferred to Oklahoma without any assurance from Head Coach Bob Stoops that he would even be allowed to Come-Out for the Team and now, Mayfield is in his Third Season as the Oklahoma Sooner Starter.

Mayfield is Definitely in the race for the Heisman Trophy, but there has not been hardly any Talk about what he could do as an NFL Quarterback. The Quarterback who actually beat Mayfield out for the Heisman Trophy Award last year, Lamar Jackson of Louisville, is also having another Fabulous Season.

Jackson and Mayfield were the Super-Stars of College Football in both the First and Second Weekend of College Football. A lot of Sportswriters have been Focused on Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold, and Josh Allen, because of their obvious Great Potential as NFL Quarterbacks they also have had Incredible Starts in the 2017 Football Season, but Mayfield and Jackson have forced their way back into the Heisman Talk and Great NFL Potential Talk.

Oklahoma Heisman Candidate Quarterback Mayfield was Incredible on Saturday Night in Columbus Against the Ohio State Buckeyes as he Riddled an Ohio State Defense that was Stocked Full of NFL Talent when he Completed 27 of 35 Passes for 386-Yards and Three Touchdowns in a 31-16 Huge Victory over the Buckeyes. Those are Pretty Fantastic Passing Stats, but they are Particularly Impressive given the Circumstances.

Mayfield did not have to prove to anyone that he was a Great Quarterback, because he has been a Sensational Quarterback ever since 2015, when he led the Sooners into the NCAA Playoffs.  Then in 2016, Mayfield Broke the Russell Wilson Single-Season FBS Passing Efficiency Record with a “Mind-Boggling” 196.4 Quarterback Rating.

In this Game, Mayfield was even more Outstanding when you realize that he did not have his Best Target, TE Mark Andrews, to throw to in the Second Half, after he had Caught Two Passes for 23-Yards in the First Half. Mayfield then Passed the Pass Receiving Around as he Tossed Touchdown Passes to Dimitri Flowers, Lee Morris, and Trey Sermon.

Senior Kentucky Transfer Jeff Badet was also Outstanding as he Caught Five Passes for 82-Yards, Ran Four Kickoffs Back for 79-Yards, had Two Rushes for Five Yards, and Finished the Game with 166-Yards of All-Purpose Yards.

The Oklahoma Sooners got a Little Revenge from their 45-24 Loss to the Buckeyes last year in Norman. Super-Star Ohio State Quarterback J.T. Barrett threw Four Touchdowns for the Buckeyes in that Big Win Last Year, but the Buckeyes Offense this Year, with Barrett, was not as Good this Year as Last Year and the Buckeyes Lost their First Home Game Since November 21, 2015.

Mayfield had a Phenomenal Quarterback Rating in Columbus, Ohio in the Great Victory as his Quarterback Rating was 198.1, plus he had Three Touchdown Passes and Completed 27 of 35 Passes. –  386-Yards Passing

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3. Quarterback Nate Stanley (#4) – Iowa

Sophomore Quarterback Nate Stanley was Outstanding on Saturday as he Completed 27 of 41 Passes for 333-Yards and an Incredible Five Touchdowns in Leading the Iowa Hawkeyes to an Amazing Come-From-Behind 44-41 Overtime Victory over their Cross-State Rival Iowa State.

In this Game, Stanley became only the Second Big Ten quarterback with at least 300-Yards Passing and Five Touchdowns without an interception in an On-The-Road Game Victory since 1997. Stanley also became the First Iowa Hawkeye with 300-Yards and Five Touchdown Passes in a Game since 1987.

Another Outstanding Feat for Stanley was that he Passed the Passing-Around as he Completed Passes to Nine Different Receivers. In this Game, Stanley Recorded a Great 174.3 Quarterback Rating. – 333-Yards Passing

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4. Quarterback Josh Rosen – UCLA

For the Second Straight Week, Super-Star UCLA Quarterback Josh Rosen was a Passing Phenom as he Completed an Incredible 22 of 25 Passes for 329-Yards and an Amazing Five Touchdowns as the Bruins Defeated Hawaii 56-23 on Saturday Night.

After Completing an Unbelievable 22 of 25 Passes for 329-Yards and Five Touchdowns, Rosen had an Unbelievable and Phenomenal 264.50 Quarterback Rating. – 329-Yards Passing

Running Back

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1. Running Back Jonathan Taylor (#23) – Wisconsin

Freshman Super-Star Running back Jonathan Taylor Demonstrated his Unbelievable Potential in the Wisconsin Pre-Season Camp and Two Games Deep into his College F00tball Career, Taylor looks more like a Seasoned Veteran than a Mere Freshman.

On Saturday, against Florida AtlanticTaylor Rushed for an Incredible 223-Yards and three Touchdowns in his Very First Career Start in a 31-14 Victory in Week #2 over Florida Atlantic, becoming only the Fourth Freshman in Wisconsin School History to Rush for 200-Yards in a Single Game.

In this Game, Taylor became the Fourth True Freshman in Wisconsin School History to rush for 200-Yards, joining Alan Ameche, Ron Dayne, and Zach Brown. Taylor also Recorded the Most Rushing Touchdowns in a game by a Wisconsin True Freshman since James White Scored Four Touchdowns against Austin Peay in 2010.

Wisconsin Fullback Austin Ramesh said: “Taylor was just like me when I came-in and Stepped-Up, when I realized that I could be an Instant Contributor this year and had already contributed a couple Bi-Plays.”

Taylor followed a 64-yard Touchdown Run with 10 Minutes left in the First Quarter against Florida Atlantic with an Unbelievable Game Highlight-Reel with an Unbelievable 29-Yard Run as he completely Bowled-Over at least Three Would-Be Tacklers on that play. – 223-Yards Rushing

Wide Receiver

1. Wide Receiver Jaylen Smith (#9) – Louisville

Junior Super-Star Wide Receiver Jaylen Smith (6-4, 220, 4.44) of Pascagoula, Mississippi was Sensational again for the Second Week in the 2017 Football Season. On Saturday, Smith Caught Nine Passes from Quarterback Lamar Jackson for a Career-High 183-Yards and a Touchdown.

SIDEBAR: In the Photo Above, there are Two Louisville Players who are Potential NFL #1 Draft Choices, including Wide Receiver Jaylen Smith (#8) and Quarterback Lamar Jackson (#9). This Incredible Passing Combo is Virtually Unstoppable.

In the First Game of 2017, against Purdue, Smith Caught 8 Passes for 117-Yards and a Touchdown and he now has 17 Catches for 300-Yards and Two Touchdowns and with a Great 17.6-Yards Per Catch Average. With these Two Outstanding Games, Jackson and Smith has Helped Lead the Cardinals to Rank #5 in the Country in Total Offense with an Unbelievable 614.5-Yards Per Game Average.

Smith also Recorded his Third-Career and second-straight 100-yard receiving game. His 300-Yards Receiving are the most by a Louisville Wide Receiver in the First Two Games of a Season, Surpassing the 251-Yards by Harry Douglas in 2007. The Beautiful Smith Touchdown Against The Tar Heels also came on a Career-Long 75-Yard Reception.

His 183-Yards Receiving are the Most by an ACC Wide Receiver in a game in the 2017 Football Season. – 183-Yards Receiving

Bi-All-Purpose Backs

1.  All-Purpose D.J. Clark (#7) – LSU

LSU Super-Star All-Purpose Wide Receiver and Return Man, D.J. Clark, was Really Impressive in the Saturday Game in the Great 45-10 Victory over Chattanooga. Notice that Clark is Wearing a Familiar #7 in 2017, after All-American RB Leonard Fournette wore #7 in 2016.

In this Game Against Chattanooga, Clark (6-3, 190, 4.37) Caught Three Passes for 103-Yards and Returned Two Punts for 73-Yards, including an Incredible 65-Yard Punt Return for a Touchdown, giving him an Unbelievable 176-Yards of All-Purpose Yards. – 176-Yards of All-Purpose Yards

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2. All-Purpose Jeff Badet (#2) – Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Sooners have one of the Top Quarterbacks in the Country with Baker Mayfield and they also have one of the Best Teams in the Country, but they also have some other Fabulous Players and All-Purpose Back, Jeff Badet, is also one of the Best Players in the Country.

In this Unbelievable Game on Saturday, the #5 Ranked Oklahoma Sooners Pulled-Off one of the Biggest Victories in Sooner History as they Beat #2 Ranked Ohio State Buckeyes by a 31-16 Score in Columbus, Ohio.

Mayfield Lived-Up to his Heisman Trophy Candidate as he Completed 27 of 35 Passes for 386-Yards and Three Touchdowns in the Victory over the Buckeyes. In that Game, Badet (6-0, 180, 4.46) was also Very Impressive as he Caught Five Passes for 82-Yards, Returned Four Kickoffs for 79-Yards, and Rushed Twice for another 5-Yards, Giving him 166-Yards of Total Offense. – 166-Yards of Total Offense

Co-Defensive Linemen

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1. Defensive Tackle Jeffrey Simmons (#94) – Miss State

Jeffery Simmons (6-4, 301) of Mississippi State had an Unbelievable Game for the Bulldogs, as he was an Unbelievable, Eye-Popping, Defensive Force in Creating Total Havoc on both Defense and Special Teams in the Bulldogs 57-21 Victory over Louisiana Tech.

When was the Last Time that you heard of a 301-Pound Defensive Lineman Who Scored Two Touchdowns in an Entire Football Season, but also when was the Last Time that you Heard of a Defensive Lineman who Scored Two Defensive Touchdowns in the Same Game? Jeffery Simmons was “Flat-Outright” Sensational in the Saturday Victory as he blocked a PAT and then Blocked a Punt and Recovered it in the End-Zone for a Touchdown.

Then, in the second half, Simmons “PickedUp” Another Fumble and Returned it 90-Yards for Another Touchdown which was The Longest Fumble-Return for the Bulldogs since 2000. For good measure, he also recorded 5 Tackles, but here’s the Unbelievable Stat about this Incredible Performance. This Defensive Lineman, Simmons, Scored More Touchdowns in this Game on Saturday, than Three Other SEC Teams Scored on Saturday.

The SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week and Super Scout Max Emfinger Dandy Dozen College Players of the Week filled up the Stat Sheet against Louisiana Tech as he had an Incredible Night by Blocking an Extra Point; Blocked a Punt and Recovered it for a Touchdown; and then Picked-Up a Fumble and Rambled 90-Yards for another Touchdown. – Five TacklesBlocked Extra Point, Blocked a Punt and Recovered it for a Touchdown, Recovered another Fumble and Raced it 90-Yards for a Touchdown, and Scored Two Defensive Touchdowns

Simmons is treating the SEC Opener against #11 LSU Tigers on Saturday Night at Davis Wade Stadium like a normal game. Kickoff is at 6:00 P.M. and you can watch the game on ESPN.

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2. Defensive End Austin Bryant (#91) – Clemson

Clemson Junior Defensive End Austin Bryant (6-4, 265, 4.72) of Pavo, Georgia had an Incredible Four Quarterback Sacks to tie a Clemson School Record. He also had Seven Tackles Overall in the Tigers Huge 14-6 Victory over Auburn. Bryant became Only The Third Player in Clemson School History with Four Quarterback Sacks in a Game.

This Game between Clemson and Auburn was Billed as a Game Between Two of the Top College Teams in the Country and a “Sneak-Preview” of the 2017 College Playoffs. First Year Clemson Quarterback Kelly Bryant had led Clemson on an 88-Yard Touchdown Drive, just before Half-Time to give Clemson a 7-6 Lead at Half-Time. Then in the Third Quarter, Quarterback Bryant led them back on a 79-Yard Touchdown Drive for a 14-6 Clemson Lead.

This is where The Unbelievable Defensive End Austin Bryant and the Great Clemson Defense took over and “Made-Sure” that the Auburn Tigers were Never able to get to their Goal-Line Again and also “Made-Sure” that Clemson did not need any more points to Win the Game. Bryant was Pretty Much Unblockable for most of the Night, Chasing Auburn Quarterback Jarrett Stidham All-Over-The-Field.

Bryant Sacked Stidham on the Final Two Auburn Plays and Ended-Up with Four Quarterback SacksBryant also led a Great Clemson Defensive Line that held Auburn to just only an Amazing 117-Yards of Total offense and just 38-Yards Rushing on 42 Attempts. Bryant was named National Defensive Player of the Week by the Walter Camp Foundation on Sunday. – Four Quarterback Sacks and Seven other Tackles

Co-Free Safeties

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1. Free Safety Kendall Adams (#21) – Kansas State

Most Football Players like to play Offense, instead of Defense, because it is Very Difficult to Score a Touchdown, while playing on that Side of the Football. Kansas State Super-Star Safety Kendall Adams had Never scored a Defensive Touchdown, while playing Defense for the Wildcats. So the Game against Charlotte was of Great Importance to him, because in that Game, Adams was able to Score an Incredible Two Defensive Touchdowns.

In the First Quarter, Junior Adams Picked-Off a Charlotte Quarterback Hasaan Klugh Pass and Returned it 30-Yards for a Touchdown and gave The Wildcats a 21-0 Lead. Then, on the next Drive, Charlotte was able to Score a Touchdown, but Kansas State then came back with a Field Goal, and the Wildcats still maintained a 24-7 Lead.

Then Two Charlotte Drives later, another Unbelievable Situation Happened and Adams took Full-Advantage of that Situation. On that Play, Klugh Fumbled and Adams Picked-Up the Fumble and Raced 46-Yards for Another Amazing Defensive Touchdown. This Touchdown gave the Wildcats a Commanding 31-7 lead and they Never Relinquished that Lead and Finished with a Very Impressive 55-7 Victory. – Interception Return for a Touchdown, Fumble Recovery for a Touchdown, and Two Defensive Touchdowns

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2. Free Safety Tyree Kinnel (#23) – Michigan

With Ten Quarterback Sacks and Eight Quarterback Hurries, the Michigan Wolverine Defense is On the Verge of Becoming a Really Great Defense in the Big-10 after Two Outstanding Games in the 2017 season. This Defense has also already Scored Three Touchdowns.

Michigan Super Junior Free Safety Tyree Kinnel had an Incredible Game on Saturday in The Wolverines 36-14 Victory over Cincinnati as he Returned an Interception 28-Yards for a Touchdown, had a Quarterback Sack, another Tackle for a Loss, and led the Wolverines in Tackles with Nine Tackles, of which Eight of those Tackles were Solo Tackles.

What made this Game Very Special for Kinnel (5-11, 210, 4.5) of Wayne Huber Heights, Ohio was the Fact that his Interception was the First of his Career, as was the Tackle for a Loss and Quarterback Sack.

The Last Michigan Defensive Player to Receive The Big-10 Defensive Player of the Week was Jabrill Peppers on September 19, 2016.

Linebacker Noah Furbush also Recovered a Fumble for a Touchdown in the Fourth Quarter of the Wolverines’ 33-17 win over Florida. Both Safety Tyree Kinnel and Cornerback Lavert Hill each had Pick-Sixes in a 36-14 win Saturday over Cincinnati.

In addition to his First Career Interception and Touchdown, Kinnel was not the only Defensive Back that was Outstanding. So were fellow Cornerbacks, Sophomore David Long (5-11, 187, 4.5) and Senior Brandon Watson (5-11, 200, 4.5) were Outstanding. – Returned an Interception 28-Yards for a Touchdown, had a Quarterback Sack, another Tackle for a Loss, and Nine Tackles

 

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2017 Dandy Dozen College Football MVP’s For Week One – By Super Scout Max Emfinger

2017 DANDY DOZEN COLLEGE FOOTBALL MVP’S FOR WEEK ONE
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

 Tri-Athletic Quarterbacks Of The Week!

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1. Quarterback Lamar Jackson (#8) – Louisville

Louisville Athletic Junior Super-Star Quarterback Lamar Jackson was a Sensational Freak Again in his First Game of the 2017 Football Season. In the 35-28 Victory over Purdue, Jackson Completed 30 of 46 Passes for 378-Yards and Two Touchdowns as he Completed 65% of his passes.

The last time Jackson was in the National Spotlight, he Amazed everyone with his Unbelievable Character and Style, when he wore his Beautiful Red Blazer at the Heisman Trophy Award Ceremony and then was named as the Heisman Trophy Award Winner. Jackson had Unprecedented and Incredible Stats and he was the first player in FBS History to Record 3,300-Yards Passing and 1,500-Yards Rushing in a Single Season. Jackson is also One of Six Players in FBS History and the First in ACC History to Rush and Pass for 20 Touchdowns.

Jackson (6-3, 211, 4.6) also Rushed for 107-Yards on 21 Carries, giving him 485-Yards of Total Offense in the Victory. Jackson also had a Tremendous 148.6 Quarterback Rating. – 485-Yards of Total Offense

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2. Quarterback J.T. Barnett (#16) – Ohio State

Super-Star Ohio State Athletic Senior Quarterback J.T. Barnett had another Outstanding Performance in the Buckeyes Opening Game and 49-21 Victory over Indiana as he Completed 20 of 35 Passes for 304-Yards and 3 Touchdowns. Then, with his 61-Yards Rushing on 13 Carries and another Touchdown, Barnett Finished with 365-Yards of Total Offense and Four Touchdowns.

Barrett has been an Unbelievable “Team-Leader” ever since his First Day on the Team and he is a Fifth-Year Senior and who is now 27-4 as a Starting Quarterback. He will be the First-Three-Time Captain in Ohio State History. Previously, there have been Eight Players, in 127 Previous Ohio State Football Seasons, that were a Two-Time Team Captain.

Before the Indiana Game, Barnett had already Passed for 6,381-Yards, which is 3rd in Ohio State History and 69 Touchdowns which is 1st in Ohio State History. Before this Game, Barnett had also Rushed for 2,456-Yards which is 17th in Ohio State History and with 31 Touchdowns.

After an Incredible 2014 Season, Barnett Finished among Top 10 in Vote-Getters for The Heisman Trophy Award, including 5th in 2014. He Graduated from Ohio State in December 2016 with a Communications Degree.

Before this Game, Barrett was Six Touchdowns shy of the Drew Brees Big Ten Record of Total Touchdowns Responsible with 106 Touchdowns. He Set The Big Ten Record in 2014 with 45 Total Touchdowns and he has already set 23 Ohio State Records. He only needs 1,167 Passing Yards for the Ohio State Record and only needs 535-Rushing Yards to top 3,000 Rushing Yards and move into the Ohio State All-Time rushing Top 10 and needs just Five-Yards to break the Art Schlichter Record of 8,850-Yards of Total Offense.

Barnett Finished the Indiana Opening Game with an Outstanding 158.4 Quarterback Rating. – 365-Yards of Total Offense

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3. Quarterback Caylin Newton (#3) – Howard

Howard University was “Taking-On” UNLV in a College Football Opening Weekend Game and it was supposed to be such a “Lopsided-Match-Up” that the Las Vegas Sports-Bookies did not even offer a Money-Line. As it turned out, the Bison had the Best Player on the Football Field on this Saturday Night and his last name is one that Most Football Fans will Recognize.

Caylin Newton is the Younger Brother of Carolina Panthers Super-Star Quarterback and 2015 NFL MVP Cam Newton and his Little Brother, Caylin accounted for 330-Yards of Total Offense and Three Touchdowns as Howard University UPSET a 45-Point Favorite, UNLV with a 43-40 Victory.

On Coming to Howard University: “It’s not a Football School right now, but It Will Be,” Caylin Newton said last month.

Caylin Newton, who is an Undersized Freshman Quarterback, wasn’t trying to “Just Make Headlines” before the Opening Game Against UNLV. He was speaking as a Matter-of-Fact about his decision to attend a School that had recorded just One Winning Football Season since 2005.

At that time, Caylin had not been named as the Howard Starting Quarterback, although he felt really Confident that the moment would Arrive. He also seemed Confidently Certain that his New School, Howard University, which he selected after not getting any Major Scholarship Offers from any of the Power Five Schools and he also had thought that Howard was ready to take off as a Major Power and soon.

Caylin Newton later became the Starting Quarterback for the Opening Game and this Opening Game went far beyond any Rational Pre-Season Rhetoric. The Sportswriters said that this game was the Biggest Upset of Any Game with a 45-Point Underdog Victory, topping the Stanford Upset win over USC in 2007.

In this Huge Game Against UNLV, Newton (5-11, 185, 4.5) Carried the ball 21 times for 190-Yards and a 9.0-Yards Per Carry Average; and Two Touchdowns. He also threw for 140-Yards and a One-Yard Touchdown Pass, and Converted on a Two-Point Conversion early in the Fourth Quarter to give Howard a 36-33 Lead.

UNLV went back ahead, but Newton scored again on a Four-Yard Touchdown with the Final Points, with 7:34 Left in the Last Quarter. With these Points, Howard, an FCS Team, Shocked the UNLV Rebels, 43-40, to “Pull-Off” the Biggest UPSET Victory in College Football History. 330-Yards of Total Offense

Quad Passing Quarterbacks Of The Week

1. Quarterback Drew Lock (#3) – Missouri

Former Missouri All-American and Heisman Trophy Finalist and Current New Orleans Saints Quarterback Chase Daniel. Daniel Passed for 4,306-Yards and 33 Touchdowns in 2007 and 4,335-Yards and 39 Touchdowns in 2008. Lock also Finished Fourth in the Heisman Trophy Award behind Tim Tebow.

Daniel still holds most of the Missouri Passing Records, but on Saturday, New Super-Star Quarterback Drew Lock grabbed a few of his own Passing Records, as he Completed 21 of 34 Passes for 521-Yards and an Incredible Seven Touchdowns as the Tigers beat Missouri State 72-43 in the season opener.

The previous Touchdown Passing Record was Five Touchdowns, shared by Chase Daniel, Maty Mauk, and Lock. The previous Passing Yardage Record was 480-Yards, set by Jeff Handy against Oklahoma State in 1992.

As Outstanding as it Sounds, the Tigers Scored on the First Play from Scrimmage as Lock threw a “Quick-Flat” Pass Pattern to Johnathon Johnson and Johnson Raced Down the Right Sideline 65-Yards-Zone for the Go-Ahead Touchdown. Lock also Scored on the next two drives, which only Required only Two and Four plays.

Lock Posted one of the Most Incredible Quarterback Ratings with an Unbelievable 252.5 Rating. – 521-Yards Passing

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2. Quarterback Josh Rosen (#3) – UCLA

In his First 25 Pass Attempts, UCLA Quarterback Josh “Chosen” Rosen had averaged 5-Yards per throw and with 24 Minutes Left in the Game Against Texas A&M, he had also been sacked four times and the Aggies were Leading by a 41-10 Score. And then his Bruins erupted. What happened next, You Might Not Believe.

In one of the Most Incredible “Come-Back” Games in NCAA Football History, UCLA Scored Touchdowns on Five Straight Possessions after Trailing the Aggies 44-10 with 4:08 to play in the Third Quarter. Rosen threw Touchdown Passes of 9 and 42-Yards to Darren Andrews and then found Theo Howard on a 16-Yard Touchdown Pass on a “Busted-Play” with only 3:08 Left in the Game.

Then, with 43 Seconds Left in the Game, Rosen Faked a “Spike-Pass” and hit Jordan Lasley in the “Deep-Corner” of the Left End-Zone for the Winning Touchdown to Overcome an Amazing 34-Point Deficit and Beat the Aggies on a Special Sunday Night Game in Los Angeles.

In this Incredible Game, Rosen Completed 35 of 59 Passes for 491-Yards and Four Touchdowns, including the “Fake-Spike” for the Victory. Rosen had an Outstanding 151.6 Quarterback Rating. – 491-Yards Passing

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3. Quarterback Stephen Calvert (#12) – Liberty

Liberty Super-Star Sophomore Quarterback Stephen “Buckshot” Calvert (6-2, 180,) was Absolutely Fabulous in the 48-45 UPSET Victory over the Baylor Bears as he Completed 44 of 60 Passes for 447-Yards and Three Touchdowns.

In this Incredible Opening Game for Calvert, Liberty Set a Big South Conference Single-Game Records for Completions, Attempts, and Passing-Yards. He also threw for a Career-High 447-Yards with Three Touchdowns, Zero Interceptions, and he also Scored a Touchdown on an Eight-Yard Scramble.

His favorite target, Antonio Gandy-Golden, also had an Incredible Performance. Gandy-Golden (6-4, 220) made routinely Catch after Catch with Baylor Defenders all over him, as he Caught 13 Passes for 192-Yards and Two Touchdowns.

Calvert Set a Single-Game Passing Record for the Liberty Flames, with his 447-Yards to Break the Phil Basso Passing Record of 441-Yards against Carson-Newman in 1984. The Sophomore Quarterback also set a new Flames Record with 44 Completions and 60 Passing Attempts.

Liberty was a 45-Point Underdog, but due to the Incredible Performance by Calvert, they UPSET the Bears as he Posted an Awesome 152.4 Quarterback Rating. – 447-Yards Passing 

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4. Quarterback Shea Patterson (#20) – Ole Miss

Ole Miss Sophomore Passing Quarterback Shea Patterson (6-2, 205) was Pretty Sensational on Saturday as he Completed Passes for Four Touchdowns in a 47-27 Victory over South Alabama.

With Ole Miss Super-Star Quarterback Chad Kelly as the Starting quarterback, Patterson was slated to Red-Shirt and Sit-Out in 2016 as a Red-Shirt Freshman. Then, when Kelly Tore his ACL, Patterson became the Starting Quarterback, thus losing his Red-Shirt Freshman Season.

Patterson made his First Start on November 12, 2016, and led the Rebels to a Fabulous Comeback Victory over Texas A&M as he Completed 25-of-42 Passes for 338-Yards and Two Touchdowns. His First Career Touchdown was a Six-Yard Touchdown Pass to Wide Receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow. Later in the game, Patterson cut the Aggie lead to 28-26 when he threw a 32-Yard Touchdown Pass to Van Jefferson with 5:17 Left in the game. The Rebels then went ahead with a 39-yard field goal with only 37 seconds remaining, and the score would hold-on to the 28-26 Victory.

In this 2017 Opening Game, Patterson Completed 28 of 35 Passes for 429-Yards and 4 Touchdowns against South Alabama as The Ole Miss Rebels won the game 47-27. Patterson hit Sophomore WR A.J. Brown, who had 8 Catches for 233 Yards, Setting an Ole Miss School Record, and with Two Touchdowns. The Two Touchdowns by Brown went for an Incredible 71 and 77 yards.

In this Opening Game Victory, Patterson had a Tremendous 220.7 Quarterback Rating. – 429-Yards Passing

Running Back Of The Week

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1. Running Back Damarea Crockett (#16) – Missouri

Super-Star Sophomore Running Back Damarea Crockett of Missouri had an Incredible Game in their Opening Game 72-43 Victory over Missouri State, but he had to Share Honors with Quarterback Drew Lock.

In the Opening Game Victory over Missouri State, Crockett Rushed for an Amazing 202-Yards on 18 Carries and Scored Two Touchdowns, while Averaging an Unbelievable 11.2-Yards Per Carry.

In 2016, as a True Freshman, Crockett Set a Mizzou Freshman Records for Season Rushing-Yards with 1,062-Yards Rushing; Rushing-Yards in a Single Game with 225-Yards; Rushing Touchdowns in a Season with 10; and he Tied the Mizzou School Record with Four Rushing Touchdowns in a Single Game Against Middle Tennessee.

Also in 2016, Crockett Finished the regular season Ranked Sixth in the SEC in Rushing Yards Per Game with 105.8-Yards which was Tops among SEC All Freshmen. His 7.3-Yards Per Carry Ranked Third among all Qualified Rushers in SEC Games and Best Among All Freshmen.

Crockett Ended the 2016 Regular Season ranked First in the Nation among All Freshmen in Rushing with 96.5-Yards Per Game and he was the first SEC True Freshman to Rush for more than 1,000-Yards since Leonard Fournette of LSU and Nick Chubb of Georgia who did it in 2014. – 202-Yards Rushing

Co Wide Receivers Of The Week

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1. Wide Receiver A.J. Brown (#1) – Ole Miss

Ole Miss Super-Star Quarterback Shea Patterson and Sophomore Wide Receiver A.J. Brown were Unbelievable in their 47-27 Victory over South Alabama. They “Hooked-Up” Eight Times for an Amazing for 233 Yards, Setting an Ole Miss School Record, and with Two Touchdowns. The Two Touchdowns by Brown went for an Incredible 71 and 77 yards.

In the Third Quarter “Breakout” for Ole Miss, Brown Caught the Two Touchdown Passes of 71-Yards and 77-Yards. Brown (6-1, 225, 4.5) is a Sophomore from Starkville, Mississippi and he is a “Real Freak” at Receiver, but it is not his Receiving Stats that Make Him Impossible to Cover. His size is Overwhelming, but he Often “Lines-Up” at Slot Receiver, which Automatically Makes him a Mismatch for any Cornerback in the SEC. This Former High School All-American will “Come-Out Early” in 2018 and be a #1 Draft Choice in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Brown offers an Unbelievable Physical Presence Inside Much-Like the Presence of Another Evan Engram had for the Last Couple Years for Ole Miss. On his Second Touchdown Catch, Brown tried to find some open space while Patterson was Scrambling-Around and then Brown Fought-Off a Pair of South Alabama Defenders before making a long run into the end zone.

The Incredible 233-Yards Receiving is an Ole Miss Single Game Record, that broke the Eddie Small Record of 210-Yards from the 1993 Season Against Vanderbilt. – 233-Yards Receiving

2. Wide Receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden (#11) – Liberty

Super-Star Sophomore Wide Receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden had a “Mind-Boggling Game” against the Baylor Bears in their Huge 48-45 UPSET Victory. 

Gandy-Golden (6-4, 220, 4.5, 38, 4.21) Caught 13 Passes for 192-Yards and Two Touchdowns and in most Catches, he had a Baylor Defender all over him.

Gandy-Golden has just put his name on the National Scene with NFL Scouts with this Unbelievable and Incredible Career Game, against one of the Top Teams in the Country. The 192-Yards now Rank as the Fifth-Highest Pass Receiving Yards in the Liberty Flames History.

I Predict that This “Wide Receiver Freak” Will Become One Of The Top NFL Prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft.  – 192-Yards Receiving

Tight End Of The Week

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1. Tight End Caleb Wilson (#81) – UCLA

One of the Most Unbelievable Performances of a Tight End happened in the Saturday UCLA Game Against Texas A&M in Los Angeles. The Story gets even More Incredible.

While the UCLA Victory itself was an Unbelievable and Sensational Victory for the Bruins, they also found an Unbelievable Passing-Connection for their Offense.

Tight end Caleb Wilson, who started his career as a Walk-On at Southern Cal, set the UCLA Single Game Record for Receptions. He had Eight Catches going into the Fourth Quarter for 108-Yards, including a 26-Yard catch-and-run on fourth-and-3 when he “Juked the Defender” at the top of his Pass Route. The Bruins capped the drive with a 16-Yard Touchdown Pass from Josh Rosen to Theo Howard on a ball the Quarterback admitted he was “fully trying to throw away.”

Plays kept going in Favor of UCLA, because most everyone thought that the long pass by Rosen with 8:12 Left in the Game, was going to be an Interception, but it was short. Texas A&M Defensive Back DeShawn Capers-Smith was in perfect position for the pick, but a Miracle Happened when the Ball Fell-Short.

In this Opening Game, Sophomore Tight End Caleb Wilson was “Flat-Outright” Incredible as he came on like “Gang-Busters” as he Caught a “Mind-Boggling” 15 Catches for 208-Yards in the Fantastic Comeback Victory Against Texas A&M. While the Majority of the Scoring came during the Fourth Quarter, Wilson was an Unbelievable Guiding-Force throughout the Entire Game, including the first drive when he made a Huge Catch.

The Domination of Wilson, during the fourth quarter when the game was on the line, was what Hall-of-Famers have been known to Achieve. It also did not matter whether the Texas Aggies Used a Man-To-Man or a Zone-Defense, it did not matter, because Wilson was Unstoppable and Josh Rosen looked for him on almost every passing play.

The Pass-Catches by Wilson kept may of the UCLA drives alive, and continued to move  the Bruins “Within-Striking-Distance of the End-Zone. Wilson was actually Unstoppable when the Offense Needed a “Big-Play” Most.

Wilson has almost already matched his Pass Receiving Totals From 2016 in the Opening Game, he needs only One More Catch and 12-Yards from his 2016 Totals. While Wilson has still not Scored a Touchdown with the UCLA Football Team, that should change relatively soon especially with the Constant Headaches to Defenses. – 208-Yards Receiving

Kick Return Man Of The Week

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1. Kick-Return Man Raymond Calais (#25) – ULL

When was the Last Time that you heard of a Kick-Return Man Return Two Kickoffs for Touchdowns in One Game, but when was the Last Time that you Ever Heard of a Kickoff Return Man Returning Two Kickoffs for a Touchdown in the Very First Quarter? The Answer is Probably None!

UL-Lafayette Super-Star Sophomore Raymond Calais (5-9, 185, 4.31) Set a ULL School-Record with Two Kickoffs for Touchdowns in the Ragin’ Cajuns 51-48 Victory over Southeastern Louisiana at Cajun Field in Lafayette. Calais became the 19th Player in Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) History to Return Two Kickoffs for Touchdowns in a Game and the First since 2014.

In High School, at Cecilia High School, Calais Rushed for 2,681-Yards and Scored 31 Touchdowns as a Senior, after he Rushed for 2,228-Yards and 25 Touchdowns as a Junior. He was Selected as the Class 4A All-State Offensive MVP as a Senior and Named The Baton Rouge Advocate All-Acadiana Offensive MVP in each of his last Two Seasons.

Calais returned the Opening Kickoff and it went for 97-Yards and it ties him for Fourth All-Time with Darryl Surgent Against Oklahoma State on Oct. 8, 2010 and Jason Chery Against North Texas on Oct. 11, 2008.

On his 100-Yard Return, Calais tied a ULL School Record joining Jeryl Brazil Against Texas State on Oct. 10, 2015 and Darryl Surgent Against Kansas State on Sept. 7, 2013. His First Kickoff Return, was the First ULL Kickoff Return since Jeryl Brazil Against Texas State on Oct. 10, 2015.

The Two Kickoff Returns by Calais is the 19th Time in FBS History that Two Kickoffs were Returned for Touchdowns in the Same Game and the Last One was Oct. 5, 2013 by Texas State vs UL Louisiana.

In the Game, Calais Returned Four Kickoffs for 229-Yards and Two Touchdowns of 97-Yards and 100-Yards.  229-Yards on Kickoffs

WEEK ONE NOTES: To be Eligible for an MVP Berth, the Team of the MVP has got to be on the Winning Team.

WEEK ONE HIGHLIGHTS: Includes Three Players that were Involved on a Team that had One of the Biggest and Greatest Upsets in NCAA History and Two Players that were Involved in one of the Greatest Come-From-Behind Victories in NCAA History.

 

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