LSU Quarterback Joe Burrow Is Heading Toward Being The Second LSU All-American Quarterback. By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Joe Burrow Is Heading Toward Being The Second LSU All-American Quarterback.

January 17, 2020
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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SIDEBAR I: This is an Incredible Re-Published Story About Quarterback Joe Burrow and The LSU Tiger Wide Receivers That Was Originally Published on September 11, 2019!

 

The LSU Tiger All-Americans

Every Year, Since 1935, An All-American College Football Team Has Been Selected By Various Organizations That Recognizes The Most Outstanding  Football Players in The Country at Every Position on Offense and Defense.

The LSU Tigers Football Team Has Had 34 Football Players To-Be Recognized as a Consensus All-American Football Player, with nine of them being Unanimous Selections.

Four LSU Tiger Football Players Were Selected Unanimously Twice To The All-American Football Team, Including Offensive End Gaynell Charles “Gus” Tinsley in 1935 and 1936; Running Back Billy Cannon in 1958 and 1959; and Running Back Charles Alexander in 1977 and 1978. Defensive Back Tommy Casanova in 1969, 1970, and 1971 Was The Only LSU Tigers Football Player To Be Selected Three Times. Bert Jones, in 1972, Was The Only LSU Tiger All-American Quarterback. 

Out of All of These LSU Tiger All-Americans, where are The LSU Tiger Quarterbacks? Bert Jones is The Only LSU Tiger All-American Quarterback. For About 13 or 14 Years, I Have Been Scouting and Evaluating The LSU Tigers and The LSU Tiger Fans have been told in Every LSU Tigers Spring Training that The LSU Tigers Were Going To Unleash a Fabulous New Offense, but Then in The Fall, That New Offense Has Never Materialized, because The LSU Tiger Head Football Coaches, In-The-Past, Were Always Limiting The LSU Tiger Quarterbacks.

I Also Have Been Watching and Evaluating Those LSU Tiger Quarterbacks For About 30 Years and The LSU Tigers Have Never Had a Quarterback Like Their New Quarterback, Joe Burrow. Burrow (#9) is The Most Impressive LSU Tiger Quarterback in This Decade After The LSU Quarterbacks Were Always Playing in a Poorly Controlled and Poorly Coached Passing Game and The LSU Tiger Running Backs Always Took-Over.

Burrow (6-4, 216, 4.6) Started all 13 Games in 2018, Passing for 2,894-Yards with 16 Touchdown Passes and He also Rushed For Another 399-Yards and 7 Touchdowns, Giving Him 3,293-Yards Of Total Offense and 23 Touchdowns. His 7 Rushing Touchdowns Tied The LSU Tiger Quarterback All-Time Record For A Quarterback

In That 2018 Football Season, The LSU Tigers Were Predicted To-Finish in Fifth Place in The Southeast Conference Western Division, but with Burrow, at The Helm, The LSU Tigers Finished with their First 10-Win Season since 2013 and The LSU Tigers Won their First New Year’s Six Bowl Game of The Playoff Period as The LSU Tigers and The Fiesta Bowl Offensive MVP Quarterback Joe Burrow Defeated The Undefeated Central Florida 40-32!

Image result for Joe Burrow PhotosThe Fiesta Bowl Offensive MVP Quarterback Joe Burrow After The Tigers Defeated Central Florida 40-32 In The Fiesta Bowl!

LSU Quarterback Joe Burrow (With The Fiesta Bowl Offensive MVP Trophy And Game-Ball) Was Awarded The Fiesta Bowl Offensive MVP After Passing For 394-Yards and Four Touchdowns. LSU Defensive Tackle Rashard Lawrence (On The Right In Photo) Was Awarded The Fiesta Bowl Defensive MVP After He Recorded An Unbelievably Fantastic Game with Five Tackles and two Quarterback Sacks.  LSU Tiger Head Coach Ed Orgeron (In The Middle In Photo).

In The Off-Season, LSU Head Football Coach Ed Orgeron Went To LSU Tigers Offensive Coordinator, and a Long-Time Friend of Mine, Steve Ensminger and Told Him: “We Have Got To-Go To THE SPREAD-OPTION OFFENSE.”

Both LSU Coaches Agreed That They Needed To-Get A Coach Who Knew All of The OPTIONS For This Spread-Option Offense and Let Him Put The Spread-Option Offense Into The LSU Tiger Offensive System and Playbook.  

Related image Joe Brady Arrived On The LSU Tiger Campus With The Expert Knowledge Of The Run-Pass Option Offense That he had Learned and Had Perfected From Mississippi State Head Football Coach Joe Moorhead When He Was Offensive Coordinator For The Penn State Nittany Lions. “Joe Brady Has Put-In a Lot of Plays,” LSU Head Football Coach Ed Orgeron Said, but Coach Orgeron Also Stressed That The New Spread-Option Offense is Still LSU Offensive Coordinator Steve Ensminger (In Photo Above) Offense To-Call.  “I Do Not Have An ‘Ego Problem’ When It Comes To-Working On The Spread-Option Offense With Coach Joe Brady,” Said Coach Ensminger.

Related imageAlthough Joe Brady (In Photo Above) Learned The Run-Pass Option Spread Offense at Penn State, when he was a Graduate Assistant Coach Under Coach Joe Moorhead (In Photo Below), Brady Spent the Last Two Football Seasons on The New Orleans Saints Coaching Staff, and working under The Saints Offensive Coordinator Pete Carmichael. 

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In The 2019 Season, With The New Explosive LSU Tiger Run/Pass Option Offense, Will Be Completely Different, Because With This New LSU Offense, It Will Give Joe Burrow an “Unbelievable Opportunity” To-Pass for Over 400-Yards in Every Single Game, Including The First Two or Three Games of The Season Which Would Put His Name on The Heisman Trophy List. The New LSU Tiger Run/Pass Offense, With as Many as Four or Five Wide Receivers in The Game at The Same Time Would Also Guarantee Joe Burrow and The New LSU Spread Offense of Keeping Pressure on The Defenses and Guarantee The “Opportunity” For Burrow To-Win The Heisman Trophy Award.

Burrow Will Get at Least Two Chances To-Compete Against Two Other Heisman Trophy Award Quarterback Candidates in Sam Ehlinger of The Texas Longhorns in The Second Game of The Season and Tua Tagovailoa of The Alabama Crimson Tide, Later in The Season. It is Also Going To Be Interesting To Note That The LSU Tigers Hired A Young Expert of The New Explosive Run/Pass Option Spread Offense and Passing Game Coordinator, Named Joe Brady, Who is a “Brilliant Expert” of  The New LSU Offense.

Coach Joe Brady Was Appalled Over The LSU Tigers Dropped Passes in 2018!

When Joe Brady Got To Researching The LSU Tiger Passing Spread Offense, He Was Appalled When He Found-Out About The Amount of Passes That Were Dropped in The 2018 Season, by The LSU Tiger Wide Receivers and He Realized That “The Dropped Passes” Problem Had To Be Rectified, Before The 2019 Season Started.

In Fact, The NCAA Stats Speak For Themselves. In 2018, The LSU Tiger Passing Offense Finished 96th Among All FBS Teams in Pass-Catching Percentage, As They Only Caught 84.3% of All Catchable Targeted Passes, and This is Factual, According to THE PRO FOOTBALL FOCUS (PFF). In 13 games, The LSU Tigers Dropped an Unbelievable 26 Targeted and Catchable Pass-Catches and The LSU Wide Receivers, Accounted For 21 of Those Catchable Dropped Passes.

The The LSU Passing Problem Was Dropped Passes and The Solution, is Literally “Behind-Closed-Doors” and While The Rest of The Team is Working on SPECIAL TEAMS, The Brady Wide Receivers Would Be Put To an Incredible Pass-Catching Drill as They Would Be Standing Behind a Closed Door and When The Door Opens, a Thrown Football Had Just Been Thrown About One-Second Earlier by Coach Brady and The Receiver Must Make The Catch and If He Drops the Football; The Wide Receiver Drops To The Ground For 20 Pushups.

“The open door that was definitely new for me,” Said Junior Justin Jefferson.  “It was Like, You’re going To Hit Me with The Football. But as time went on, and the more we did it, The More Comfortable I Felt With it.”

Comfort With The New Passing Drill Was The key Word for Coach Brady and His Wide Receivers and He Gave All of His Wide Receivers A Huge Goal For The 2019 Summer To-Catch 10,000 Thrown Balls. Catch The Ball Behind The Door. Catch The Football on The Jugs Passing Machines. Just Make 10,000 Pass-Catches. Just Catch Them, Wherever and However You Can. Droped Passes Would Not Be Acceptable in 2019, because Coach Brady Believed That His Outstanding Wide Receivers held in their hands The Entire Fate of The LSU Tigers Football Team.

Of Course, Quarterback Joe Burrow (#9) Needed To Throw Thousands of Footballs and so Burrow and His Receivers Worked-Hard All Summer.

“I told these guys every single day: ‘This team is going to go as The Wide Receivers go,'” Coach Brady Said. “‘There is not a day that we can take off. This Wide Receiver Unit is going to make this team who we are and I want them to have that Mentality.”

SIDEBAR II: I Was an All-State and All-American Running Back, Free Safety, Kick Returner, and Punt Returner in High School, but I Played Wide Receiver, Free Safety, Kick-Return, and Punt Return in College After My Baylor Freshman All-SWC  Season and Then Double MVP’s in The Guam Military Rice Bowl Championship and The All-Greater Pacific Military Tokyo Bowl Championship For The 1967 All-Greater Pacific Military World Championship Team. I Honestly Can Not Remember Ever Dropping a Pass, but I Probably Did. Concentration and Focus Were The Most Important Things For Me as a Receiver and Returner. In Almost Every Game That I Started, I Made One-Handed Catches and Several One-Handed Interceptions. In Fact, in Three of My Biggest Games in High School and a Baylor Freshman, I had 8 Interceptions and 3 Were One-Handed Catches. 

The LSU Tigers Shocked The SEC, College Football, And Heisman Voters In Opening Two Games With Their New Offense!

THE LSU TIGERS GAME ONE

“What We Saw Here Tonight Was What We Have Seen In Practice For The Last Few Days,” Said LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron after The First Game. “The Guys Have Really Worked Very Hard and We Are Very Pleased With The New LSU RUN/PASS SPREAD OPTION OFFENSE!

I Think The LSU Tigers Are going To Score a Lot of Points This Year, and I Really Do Not Think That a Lot of People are Used to The LSU Tigers Scoring 40, 50, and Even 60 Points Per Game. The New Explosive LSU Tiger Run/Pass Option Offense Lived-Up To All of Its Off-Season and Pre-Season Hype in Their First Game of The Football Season in Their 55-3 Over-Whelming Victory over Georgia Southern In The LSU Tiger Football Stadium.

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Joe Burrow and The New LSU Run/Pass Option Offense Were “Outright” Incredible as The LSU Tiger Offense Amassed 473-Yards of Total Offense in The 55-3 Victory. It Was The Most Points Scored By The LSU Tiger Offense Since They Scored 49 Points Against Louisiana Tech in The 2003 Season.

It Was Also The Largest Margin of Victory Since Defeating Sam Houston State by a 56-0 Score in The 2014 Football Season. Joe Burrow Was Unbelievably Incredible as He Completed His First Five Passes, on his way, To Completing 23 of 27 Passes, Five Touchdown Passes, an 85.2 Completion Per-Cent, and a “Mind-Boggling” 232.8 Quarterback Rating.

Also, With His Five Touchdown Passes, Burrow Tied LSU Tiger Quarterback Zach Metterberger’s Record for Passing Touchdowns in a Single Game. Remember That Burrow only Played Two Quarters and One Series in The Third Quarter. If You Add The Game Stats For Burrow, in his Last Two Games, He Has Passed For 672-Yards and an Incredible Nine Touchdown Passes in Only Six Quarters of Play and With Only One Interception. With The New Explosive LSU Tiger Run/Pass Option Offense, The Tigers Scored 21 Points in The First and Second Quarter and Were 7-For-7 in The Red-Zone. 

THE LSU TIGERS GAME TWO

LSU Tiger Quarterback Joe Burrow and The New LSU SPREAD-OPTION OFFENSE Were Again “Outright” Incredible in The 45-38 Victory over The Texas Longhorns as The Incredible Burrow (6-4, 216, 4.6) Completed an Amazing 31 of 39 Passes for 471-Yards and Four Touchdown Passes Which was The Second Most Single-Game Passing Yards From An LSU Tiger Quarterback Since Rohan Davey Passed for 528-Yards Against The Alabama Crimson Tide in 2001.

Another Incredible Stat Was That The LSU Tigers Had Three Big and Freaky Wide Receivers Who Recorded Over 100-Yards in Receiving. Junior Justin Jefferson (6-3, 192, 4.42) Caught 9 Passes for 163-Yards and an Incredible Three Touchdowns, including Touchdown Catches of 3, 21, and 61-yards; while Sophomore Ja’marr Chase (6-1, 205, 4.42) Caught 8 Passes For 147-Yards and Sophomore Terrace Marshall (6-4, 209, 4.4) Caught 6 Passes For 123-Yards and a 26-Yard Touchdown.

The LSU Tigers Needed The 61-Yard Touchdown by Jefferson, because The Texas Longhorns Stormed-Back With a 15-Yard Touchdown Pass from Texas Longhorn Quarterback Sam Ehlinger to Devin Duvernay.

On This Play, The Texas Longhorns Blitzed Two Linebackers and Burrow Was Surrounded by Defenders, But Burrow Eluded Them and Hit Jefferson at About 15-Yards To The Left. Then When The Texas Longhorn Sterns Lunged To-Make The Tackle and Missed, Jefferson Raced Down The Left Sideline For The 61-Yard Touchdown.

The LSU Tigers Head Football Coach Ed Orgeron was Super Excited About The New LSU SPREAD-OPTION OFFENSE Especially After It Totaled 573-Yards and 45 Points Against in The Texas Longhorns In Darrell K. Royal Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin,Texas. ‘We have said that if we had To Score 40-Points, then We Will win The Game,” Said Coach Orgeron.

THE HEISMAN TROPHY AWARD FORMULA IS REALLY VERY SIMPLE!

The Heisman Trophy Award Formula is Really Very Simple. Find an Outstanding Quarterback on a National Championship Contending Team and You Find Alabama Crimson Tide Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and Clemson Tigers  Quarterback Trevor Lawrence. Both of These Quarterbacks faced each other in The 2018 National Championship Game and They are The Two Heisman Trophy Award Front-Runners and Favorites in The 2019 Heisman Trophy Award Two Other Candidates and Quarterback Transfers Include Ohio State Transfer and LSU Tiger Quarterback Joe Burrow; Plus Alabama Transfer and Oklahoma Quarterback Jalen Hurts. So Both Burrow and Hurts Literally Have The Odds in Their Favor To-Win the Heisman Trophy!

In his Very First Game as an Oklahoma Sooner, Jalen Hurts Was Incredible in Playing an Almost “Perfect-Game” as He Passed For 332-Yards and Three Touchdowns; While Rushing for Another 176-Yards and Another Three Touchdowns, giving him 506-Yards of Total Offense and Six Touchdowns In  The Oklahoma Sooners 49-31 Victory Over The Houston Cougars!

High School Quarterback Sensation!

Quarterback Joe Burrow (#10) Was an Unbelievable and Incredible High School Passing quarterback Freak at Athens, Ohio High School in Athens, Ohio. Coming Out of His School, He Signed With The Home-State and Favorite Team, The Ohio State BuckeyesBurrow Was The Top Quarterback Prospect in the 2015 Recruiting Class With a Super-Strong Arm To-Go With a Very Impressive High School Football IQ. Burrow Was A Natural-Born Leader with The Unbelievable Ability To-Throw or Run, and Skills To-Stretch The Field, Passing or Running.

His Senior Season at Athens High School, Burrow Completed 250 passes out of 346 Attempts for 4,445-Yards and an Incredible 63 Touchdowns and a 151.6 quarterback Rating. Burrow also Rushed for Another 642-Yards and 5 Rushing Touchdowns, Giving Him 5,087-Yards of Total Offense and 68 Touchdowns as a Senior. Burrow Finished his 41-Game Three Year High School Varsity Career with 11,416-Yards and 157 Touchdown Passes and 2,067-Yards Rushing and 27 Touchdown Runs, Giving Him A “Mind-Boggling” 13,483-Yards of Total Offense and 184 Touchdowns. Burrow Had an Incredible HS Career, but he Only Played in 3 Games For The Buckeyes In The 2017 Football Season, and Everyone Knew That Burrow Would Eventually Transfer!

SIDEBAR III: This Weekend, I Will Be Very Honored and Privileged Again on Saturday and Sunday of January 18 and 19, The Weekend Before The Annual College Football All-American Senior Bowl Game, to be Their Super Scout Again at The Nineteenth Annual Lestini Group National Pro Football Free Agent Tryout Camp in Mobile, Alabama. Camp Director John L. Lestini Jr and his Wife Mary Jo Lestini, who is The Camp Coordinator have been Putting-On this National Free Agent Tryout Camp and Super Combine for 19 Years. This Will Be My Eighth-Year at The Lestini Super Camp and Combine.

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2019 College Bowl Week #1 Bowl Game – The 2019 All-American Bowl Team And Bowl Game MVP Team; Including Joe Burrow, Trevor Lawrence, Justin Herbert, Travis Etienne, J.K. Dobbins, Ja.Marr Chase, Jerry Juedy, CeeDee Lamb, Thaddeus Moss, Kyle Pitts, and Pat Freiermuth at Skill Positions! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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THE 2019 ALL-AMERICAN BOWL TEAM

Bowl Game All-Americans Must Be On Winning Team; Except LSU, Clemson, Ohio St, Oklahoma, And Oregon!
(Players Also Have Got To Play In Their Bowl Game!)

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(QB Trevor Lawrence#16 and QB Joe Burrow #9)

ALL-AMERICAN OFFENSE
AND MEARS RATINGS

PLAYER                                                 HT WT  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
Dual QB Joe Burrow LSU                (6-4, 216, 4.56, 34, 4.32, 110)  FF           3,000
Dual QB Trev Lawrence Clem SO (6-6, 220, 4.62, 36, 4.33, 118, 20) FF    2,998
Dual QB Justin Herbert Oregon   (6-6, 237, 4.56, 34, 4.36, 110) FF             2,997
Dual QB Sam Ehlinger Texas          (6-3, 235, 4.52, 32, 4.42, 118, 10) FF     2,996
Dual QB Justin Fields Ohio St SO (6-3, 223, 4.32, 34-5, 4.16, 126, 25) FF 2,995
Dual QB Cole McDonald Hawaii   (6-4, 220, 4.6, 32, 4.2, 112) FF                 2,995
Dual QB Sam Howell UNC TF-AA (6-2, 225, 4.8, 28, 4.62, 110) FF              2,994
Dual QB Tanner Morgan Minn SO (6-2, 215 4.72, 30, 4.36, 118, 10)  FF    2,993
Dual QB Micale Cunningham Lou RS (6-1, 192, 4.4, 36, 3.16, 126) FF        2,992
Dual QB Kyle Trask Florida            (6-5, 239, 4.76, 30, 4.5, 112) FF               2,991
Dual QB Chase Garbers Cal RS      (6-2, 205, 4.71, 32, 4.39, 116, 10) FF      2,990
Dual QB Justin McMillan Tulane  (6-3, 205, 4.42, 36, 4.2, 118, 10) FF        2,988
Dual QB Ian Book Notre Dame      (6-1, 216, 4.62, 30, 4,46, 112)  FF             2,986
Pass QB Mac Jones Alabama RS    (6-2, 205, 4.82, 32, 4.62, 112)  FF            2,986
Dual QB Jayden Daniels ASU TF-AA (6-3, 180, 4.44, 34, 4.24, 110) FF        2,985
Dual QB Dillon Gabriel UCF  TF-AA (6-0, 186, 4.72, 32, 4.46, 110)  FF        2,985
Dual QB Brian Lewerke Mich St     (6-3, 216, 4.68, 32, 4.44, 112)  FF           2,985 
Dual QB Kenny Pickett Pitt               (6-2, 225, 4.72, 36, 4.25, 118) FF            2,985
Dual QB Levi Williams Wyoming TF (6-5, 208, 4.6, 34, 4.32, 118) FF         2,985
Dual QB Layne Hatcher Ark St RF (6-0, 196, 4.63, 28, 4.46, 112) FF           2,980

Dual QB-RB Dustin Crum Kent St (6-3, 201, 4.6, 36, 4.19, 128, 18) FF        2,995
Dual QB-RB Malcolm Perry Navy  (5-10, 190, 4.33, 38, 4.28, 126, 15) FF   2,993
Dual QB-RB Lynn Bowden Kentucky (6-1, 199, 4.33, 36, 4.12, 126, 12) FF 2,992
Dual QB Jalen Hurts Oklahoma    (6-2, 218, 4.48, 36, 4.19, 116) FF              2,990

AP-RB Travis Etienne Clemson       (5-10, 210, 4.32, 39, 4.13, 128, 20) FF  2,996
AP-RB J.K. Dobbins Ohio State        (5-10, 217, 4.32, 39, 4.21, 128, 20) FF 2,995
AP-RB Journey Brown Penn St RS (5-11, 206, 4.36, 40, 4,26, 228, 20) FF2,990
AP-RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20) FF    2,990
AP-RB Xazavian Valladay Wyo SO (6-0, 196, 4.38, 36, 4.28, 126, 20) FF   2,990
AP-RB Lamical Perine Florida       (5-11, 218, 4.42, 37, 4.22, 126, 22) FF     2,988
AP-RB Amare Jones Tulane SO       (5-11, 190, 3.38, 24, 4.12, 124, 20) FF   2,987
AP-RB Chris Curry LSU FR               (6-0, 215, 4.38, 36, 4.18, 126, 22) FF     2,986

RB Kadin Remsberg Air Force       (5-9, 185, 4.31, 36, 4.21, 126, 20) FF       2,988
RB Jaret Patterson Buffalo  SO      (5-9, 195, 4.42, 36, 4.22, 123, 20)  FF     2,985
RB C.J. Verdell Oregon  RS              (5-9, 210, 4.33, 38, 4.16, 126, 20)  FF     2,985

WR Ja’Marr Chase LSU SO             (6-1, 200, 4.38, 38, 4.09, 132, 10) FF      2,998
WR Jerry Jeudy Alabama                (6-1, 192, 4.33, 39, 4.13, 128, 10)  FF       2,997
WR CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma         (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10)  FF         2,997
WR Tee Higgins Clemson                (6-4, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 126, 19) FF        2,996
WR Justin Jefferson LSU                (6-3, 192, 4.37, 38-5, 4.2, 128, 10) FF      2,995
WR Tyler Johnson Minnesota        (6-2, 205, 4.38, 36, 4.18, 122, 10) FF      2,995
WR Justyn Ross Clemson                (6-4, 205, 4.38, 38, 4.12, 128, 10) FF       2,995
WR Omar Bayless Arkansas State (6-3, 207, 4.42, 36, 4.22, 120, 10) FF     2,993

SLOT Chris Olave Ohio State  SO  (6-1, 185, 4.33, 40, 4.19, 132, 10) FF       2,992
SLOT K.J. Hill Ohio State                 (6-0, 199, 4.32, 40-5, 3.88, 128, 15) FF 2,988
SLOT JoJo Ward Hawaii                  (5-9, 175, 4.33, 38, 3.97, 128, 18) FF      2,988
SLOT Maurice Ffrench Pitt              (5-11, 200, 4.33, 37,4.21, 128,10) FF      2,985
SLOT TuTu Atwell Louisville          (5-9, 164, 3.51, 32.5, 4.22, 126, 10) FF   2,980
SLOT Marlon Williams UCF            (6-0, 222, 4.42, 36, 4.22, 122, 10) FF     2,980
    
FLK George Perkins Georgia FR (6-3, 190, 4.38, 36, 4.28, 122, 10) FF       2,990
FLK Chase Claypool Notre Dame (6-4, 229, 4.33, 36, 4.13, 120, 10) FF      2,988
FLK Terrance Marshall LSU SO (6-4, 209, 4.38, 36, 4.23, 120, 10) FF       2,985

TE Thaddeus Moss LSU  SO              (6-3, 249, 4.52, 34, 4.32, 122, 20) FF  2,995
TE Kyle Pitts Florida SO                     (6-6, 239, 4.46, 32, 4.22, 28) FF           2,995
TE Pat Freiermuth Penn State SO  (6-6, 256, 4.62, 36, 4.21, 126, 25)  FF  2,992
TE Cole Kmet Notre Dame                (6-5, 250, 4.62, 38, 4.24, 128, 20) FF  2,990
TE Jeremy Ruckert Ohio State SO (6-6, 250, 4.56, 36, 4.26, 118, 20) FF   2,990

L-OT Alex Leatherwood Alabama  (6-6, 310, 5.06, 30, 4.89,110, 30)  FF  2,995
L-OT Penei Sewell Oregon  SO         (6-5, 325, 4.92, 29, 4.82, 112, 30) FF  2,992
L-OT Samuel Cosmi Texas  RS          (6-7, 300, 4.86, 28, 4.72, 112, 30) FF 2,990
L-OT Alaric Jackson Iowa                  (6-7, 320, 4.92, 28, 4.76, 112, 30) FF  2,990
L-OT Evin Ksiezarczyk Buffalo         (6-6, 310, 5.12, 28, 4.96, 110, 30) FF  2,988
L-OT Wanya Morris Tenn  TF-AA    (6-4, 313, 4.89, 28, 4.82, 110, 30) FF 2,988  
L-OT Charlie Heck North Carolina (6-8, 315, 5.06, 28, 4.92,112, 30) FF   2,988
L-OT Parker Ferguson Air Force     (6-5, 285, 4,85, 32, 4.62, 112, 30) FF  2,985
L-OT Thayer Munford Ohio State    (6-5, 310, 5.12, 28, 4.7. 118, 30)           2,980
L-OT Saahdic Charles LSU                  (6-5, 295, 5.02, 28, 4.76, 118, 30)       2,980

L-OG Trey Smith Tennessee             (6-6, 325, 5.18, 30, 4.78, 110, 30)  FF  2,995
L-OG Solomon Kindley Georgia      (6-4, 335, 5.29, 28, 5.06, 110, 30) FF  2,992
L-OG Shane Lemieux Oregon           (6-4, 317, 4.96, 28, 4.82, 112, 35) FF   2,991
L-OG John Simpson Clemson          (6-4, 330, 5.2, 28, 4.98, 112, 30) FF     2,991
L-OG Evan Neal Alabama TF-AA    (6-7, 360, 5.3, 28, 5.1, 110, 30)  FF        2,990
L-OG J.R. Hensley Hawaii                (6-5, 310, 5.3, 26, 5.08, 110, 35) FF       2,988
L-OG Nolan Laufenberg Air Force (6-4, 295, 4.98, 28, 4.67, 110, 30)  FF  2,985
L-OG Tremayne Anchrum Clem     (6-2, 315, 4.92, 30, 4.78, 116, 30) FF     2,985
L-OG Daishawn Dixon San Diego St (6-5, 330, 5.13, 30, 4.86, 110, 30) FF 2,985
L-OG Adrian Magee LSU                    (6-4, 343, 5.26, 28, 5.02, 110, 30)          2,975
L-OG Marquis Hayes Okla  SO         (6-5, 330, 5.26, 24, 5.05, 110, 32)          2,970

OC Creed Humphrey OU RS             (6-5, 315, 5.12, 28, 4.83, 118, 30) FF     2,995
OC Lloyd Cushenberry, III LSU      (6-4, 315, 5.2, 28, 4.86, 112, 30)  FF      2,994
OC Jake Hanson Oregon                    (6-5, 295, 5.02, 28, 4.89, 110, 35) FF   2,990
OC Cohl Cabral Arizona State          (6-5, 304, 5.04, 38, 4.63, 112, 30) FF   2,988
OC Nick Harris Washington             (6-1, 302, 5.0, 28, 4.86, 112, 30) FF      2,988
OC Keith Ismael San Diego State    (6-3, 310, 5.12, 28, 4.88, 112, 30)  FF   2,985
OC Josh Myers Ohio State RS           (6-5, 310, 5.11, 30, 5.01, 116, 30)           2,980

R-OG Wyatt Davis Ohio State RS   (6-4, 313, 5.02, 28, 4.79, 110, 30) FF     2,992
R-OG Dohnovan West ASU TF-AA (6-4, 285, 4.94, 32, 4.74, 116, 30) FF    2,990
R-OG Damien Lewis LSU                  (6-3, 332, 5.02, 37-5, 4.72, 122, 40)       2,980
R-OG Solo Vaipulu Hawaii SO        (6-2, 310, 5.0, 28, 4.96, 112, 30)             2,975
R-OG Gage Cervenka Clemson     (6-3, 325, 5.02, 28, 4.92, 116, 30)             2.970

R-OT Tristan Wirfs Iowa                 (6-5, 322, 4.87, 28, 4.77, 110, 30) FF       2,992
R-OT Jedrick Wills, Jr Alabama   (6-5, 320, 5.12, 30, 4.92, 112, 30) FF       2,991
R-OT Mekhi Becton Louisville      (6-7, 369, 5.4, 26, 5.2, 105, 30)  FF           2,990
R-OT Kayode Awosika Buffalo      (6-6, 305, 4.83, 32, 4.68, 110, 30) FF      2,990
R-OT Calvin Throckmorton Oregon (6-5, 318, 5.1, 28, 4.76, 110, 30) FF     2,988
R-OT Branden Bowen Ohio State (6-7, 315, 5.12, 28, 4.88, 116, 32)              2,975
R-OT Adrian Ealy Oklahoma          (6-6, 328, 5.22, 28, 5.02, 108, 30)           2,975

ALL-AMERICAN DEFENSE

PLAYER                                                   HT WT  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
EDGE Chase Young Ohio State      (6-5, 265, 4.45, 32, 4.3, 126, 35)  FF       2,998
EDGE A.J. Epenesa Iowa                 (6-6, 280, 4.56, 32, 4.42, 118, 30)  FF    2,997
EDGE K’Lavon Chasson LSU SO   (6-4, 250, 4.56, 37, 4.31, 126, 30) FF     2,996
EDGE Jonathan Greenard Florida (6-4, 263, 4.62, 32, 4.36, 118, 30) FF  2,995
EDGE Kayvon Thibodeaux Ore TF-AA (6-5, 242, 4.5, 32, 4.3, 116, 30) FF 2,995
EDGE Joseph Ossa Texas SO          (6-4, 245, 4.48, 36, 4.26, 118, 30) FF    2,993
EDGE Tre’Mon Morris-Brash UCF (6-3, 235, 4.62, 32, 4.46, 118,30)  FF  2,992
EDGE Kenny Willekes Mich St      (6-4, 262, 4,66, 32, 4.35, 118, 30)  FF    2,992
EDGE Jordan Wright Kentucky RS (6-5, 242, 4.62, 32, 4.32, 118, 30) FF 2,990
EDGE Tomon Fox North Carolina (6-3, 260, 4.68, 34, 4.42, 118, 30) FF   2,988
EDGE Jalen Redmond OU RF        (6-3, 266, 4.53, 36, 4.33, 126, 30)           2,975

S-DE Ta’Quon Graham Texas        (6-3, 300, 4.82, 32, 4.72, 116, 30)  FF     2,992
S-DE Rashard Lawrence LSU        (6-3, 317, 4.92, 32, 4.83, 116, 30)  FF      2,988
S-DE Malcolm Koonce Buffalo      6-3, 250, 4.77, 32, 4.36, 118, 30)  FF       2,985
S-DE Ronnie Perkins OU SO          (6-4, 251, 4.66, 32, 4.36, 120, 30)            2,980
S-DE Tyreke Smith Ohio State      (6-4, 267, 4.62, 32, 4.52, 116, 30)             2,975

NG Neville Gallimore Oklahoma  (6-2, 311, 4.72, 32, 4.4, 116, 30) FF          2,992
NG DaVon Hamilton Ohio State (6-4, 310, 5.1, 30, 4.92, 110, 30)  FF          2,985
NG Tyler Davis Clemson TF-AA  (6-2, 295, 5.0, 32, 4.8, 110, 30)  FF            2,985

DT Travon Walker Georgia TF-AA (6-5, 290, 4.92,29, 4.54, 118, 35) FF     2,990
DT Kevin Thurmon Arkansas St  (6-3, 298, 4.92, 32, 4.22, 118, 30)             2980
DT Jashon Cornell Ohio State       (6-3, 285, 4.76, 32, 4.5, 120, 30)               2,975

WLB Henry T’oo T’oo Tenn TF-AA (6-2, 232, 4.48, 36, 4.22, 126, 20) FF  2,992
WLB Rashad Smith Fla Atlantic  (6-1, 220, 4.52, 36, 4.33, 126, 20)  FF      2,991
WLB C.J. Avery Louisville              (5-11, 221, 4.46, 36, 4.22, 126, 20)  FF    2,990
WLB Chad Smith Clemson             (6-3, 245, 4.56, 40, 4.0, 126, 20)  FF       2,990
WLB Patrick Queen LSU                 (6-2, 227, 4.4, 38-5, 4.22, 128, 20)  FF    2,990

ILB Ken Murray Oklahoma         (6-2, 234, 4.42, 36, 4.24, 126, 25)  FF       2,996
ILB Troy Dye Oregon                      (6-4, 226, 4.48, 36, 4.34, 126, 20) FF       2,995
ILB Evan Weaver California 
       (6-3, 235, 4.56, 36, 4.36, 120, 25)  FF       2,995
ILB Kyahva Tezino San Diego St (6-0, 235, 4.53, 32, 4.32, 120, 20)  FF      2,992
ILB Jacob Phillips LSU                  (6-4, 230, 4.52, 36, 4.32, 122, 22) FF         2,990 ILB Jackson Sirmon Wash RF    (6-3, 238, 4.62, 32, 4.32, 120, 20) FF        2,988

SLB Isaiah Simmons Clemson     (6-4, 230, 4.36, 39, 4.15, 129, 25) FF        2,997
SLB Darrell Taylor Tennessee     (6-4, 255, 4.48, 36, 4.2, 126, 20) FF          2,995
SLB Micah Parsons Penn State SO (6-3, 245, 4.36, 36, 4.24, 122, 20) FF   2,994
SLB Tanner Muse Clemson           (6-3, 230, 4.36, 38, 4,16, 126, 20) FF       2,992
SLB Nick Niemann Iowa                 6-4, 235, 4.62, 36, 4.28, 126, 25) FF         2,991
SLB Malik Harrison Ohio State   (6-3, 251, 4.44, 36, 4.22, 122, 30)  FF       2,985

L-CB Kristian Fulton LSU               (6-1, 188, 4.32, 38, 4.12, 128, 10)  FF       2,995
L-CB Damon Arnette Ohio State  (6-0, 195, 4.33, 38, 4.16, 128, 10)  FF       2,990
L-CB Richard Lecounte Georgia  (5-11, 190, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 126, 10) FF       2,990
L-CB A.J. Terrell Clemson             (6-2, 190, 4.36, 39, 4.13, 128, 18)  FF       2,990
L-CB Luq Barcoo San Diego St SO (6-1, 175, 4.36,42, 4.06, 128, 10) FF      2,990

R-CB Jeff Okudah Ohio State       (6-1, 200, 4.32, 38, 4.22, 128, 10)  FF       2,997
R-CB Derek Stingley LSU TF-AA (6-1, 190, 4.3, 42, 4.19, 128, 15) FF            2,997
R-CB Thomas Graham, Jr Ore     (5-11, 197, 4.38, 3.96, 128, 12)  FF              2,990
R-CB Storm Duck North Carolina TF (6-1, 200, 4.32, 38, 4.16, 10) FF        2,990
R-CB Shawn Shamburger Tenn   (5-11, 187, 4,38, 36, 4.18, 126, 10) FF       2,988
R-CB Darren Hall San Diego St SO (6-0, 180, 4.38, 39, 4.12, 129, 10)          2,985
R-CB Parnell Motley Oklahoma  (6-1, 180, 4.38, 36, 4.12, 126, 10)                2,975

NICK Jevon Holland Oregon SO (6-1, 196, 4.33, 38, 4.21, 126, 12)                2,985

SS Grant Delpit LSU                         (6-3, 203, 4.37, 38, 4.04, 128, 20)  FF     2,996
SS Brady Breeze Oregon                (6-1, 196, 4.38, 38, 4.18, 126, 20) FF        2,995
SS K’Von Wallace Clemson           (5-11, 205, 4.42, 39, 4.21, 126, 20) FF      2,989
SS Khoury Bethley Hawaii SO     (5-10, 200, 4.46, 32, 4.21, 118, 18)  FF     2,988 
SS Alijah Halliburton Wyoming  (6-2, 190, 4.42, 36, 4.1, 128, 20) FF         2,988
SS Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah ND (6-2, 216, 4.46, 40, 4.28, 228) FF       2,988

FS Jordan Fuller Ohio State          (6-2, 205, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 22} FF     2,990
FS Jacoby Stevens LSU                   (6-2, 228, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 20) FF      2,990
FS Antwan Collier UCF                   (6-3, 195, 4.48, 36, 4.27, 116, 20) FF        2,988
FS Chase Kuerschen Tulane         (6-1, 205, 4.42, 33, 4.25, 126, 15) FF         2,988
FS Elijah Molden Washington     (5-10, 180, 4.36, 39, 3.93, 128, 15) FF      2,988
FS Khane Pass Louisville               (6-1, 204, 4.49, 36, 4,26, 124, 15) FF        2,088
FS Tariq Thompson San Diego St (6-0, 200, 4.42, 36, 4.12, 120, 20) FF    2,988

ALL-AMERICAN SPECIAL TEAMS

PLAYER                                                 HT WT    Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
K-Ret Ihmir Smith-Marsette Iowa (6-1, 183, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 10)       98 TD  2,995
K-RET Travis Etienne Clemson (5-10, 210, 4.32, 39, 4.13, 128, 20)               2,995
K-RET Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20)           2,995
P-RET CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10)                   2,995

Punter Matthew Hayball Fla Atl      (6-1, 172)               (48.0 Ave, 60 Long) 2,900
Punter Joel Whitford Washington (6-3, 209)             (47.3 Ave, 54 Long)  2,900 
Punter Michael Turk Arizona State (6-1, 228)             (45.8 Ave, 64 Long) 2,900
Punter Blake Gillikin Penn State     (6-2, 196)              (45.3 Ave, 59 Long)  2,900
Punter Steven Coutts California      (6-4, 215)              (45.2 Ave, 50 Long)  2,900
Punter Owen White Navy                   (5-10, 197)            (44.3 Season Ave)     2,900
Punter Drue Chrisman Ohio State (6-3, 220, 4.82)   (44.1 Ave, 61 Long)  2,900

SPECIAL SCOUTING NOTES I

Most High School and College Football Players Do Not Even Know What Their Measurables Are and You Would Think That They Would Know, But They Do Not. Many Times, a High School Football Player or a College Football Player Will List what he thinks is His Best Forty-Yard Dash Time as a 4.8 and Then Twenty Minutes Later He Will-Run a 4.6 Forty or better. 

In Evaluating These Final All-American Football Players, I Did a Tremendous Amount of Evaluation Research, Including Watching Their Highlight Films on 100% of The Top-Rated Players. All of Their Forties Are as Accurate as Possible and Many of These Forties Were Shocking.

Most All of The Vertical Jumps, Which is a Jumping Measurable, Were Accurate and Their Standing Broad Jumps Were Approximated and Based on Their Vertical Jump. Their Bench Press Reps Were Based on Their Maximum BP and Given The Maximum Points For Their Position Standards.

Kickers, Punters, and Offensive Linemen Either Do Not Go To Camps or Do Not Do Well and Are Evaluated By The Super Scout on Their Highlight Film.

SPECIAL SCOUTING NOTES II
Sophomore = SO/Red-Shirt Sophomore = RS
True Freshman All-American = TF-AA
Red-Shirt Freshman = RF/Freshman = FR
Freak on His Highlight Film = FF

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ALL-AMERICAN BOWL GAME MVP’S

Bowl Game All-Americans Must Be On Winning Team; Except LSU, Clemson, Ohio St, Oklahoma, And Oregon!
(Players Also Have Got To Play In Their Bowl Game!)

College Football Bowl Week #2
 By Super Scout Max Emfinger

SUPER 20 DUAL QUARTERBACKS – BOWL GAME
FAB 4 RUNNING QUARTERBACKS – BOWL GAME
ELITE 8 AP RUNNING BACKS – BOWL GAME
TOP 3 RUNNING BACKS – BOWL WEEK
SUPER ELITE 8 PASS CATCHERS – BOWL WEEK
SUPER 6 SLOT PASS CATCHERS – BOWL WEEK
TOP 3 FLANKER PASS CATCHERS – BOWL WEEK
FABULOUS 5 TIGHT ENDS – BOWL WEEK
FABULOUS 40 OFFENSIVE LINEMEN – BOWL WEEK
SUPER 65 DEFENSIVE STARS – BOWL WEEK

Bowl Game MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

OFFENSE

SIDEBAR I: 2019-2020 Bowl Week #2 TERRIFIC 20 DUAL/QUARTERBACK MVP’S INCLUDE:  Dual/QB JOE BURROW (6-4, 216, 4.62, 34, 4.32, 110) After Passing For 393-Yards and 3 TD and Getting 64-Yards Rushing Giving Him 457-Yards of Total Offense Against Georgia in The SEC Championship Game; Burrow Was The Peach Bowl Game MVP After Completing 29 of 39 Passes For an Incredible 49 in Getting 515-Yards and 8 TD in The 63-28 Victory over Oklahoma in The Peach Bowl Championship Game and Incredible 239.8 QB RatingDual/QB TREVOR LAWRENCE (6-6, 220, 4.62, 36, 4.33, 118, 20) With 259-Yards Passing and 2 TD and Another 107-Yards Rushing and 1 TD, Giving Him 366-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD and a 140.5 QB RatingDual/QB JUSTIN HERBERT (6-6, 237, 4.56, 34, 4.36, 110) With 138-Yards Passing and 29-Yards Rushing, Giving The Rose Bowl Co-MVP 167-Yards and With 3 Rushing TD, Including The Game- Winning 30-Yard TD With 5:53 Left in The 28-27 Rose Bowl Game Victory over Wisconsin and a 118.0 QB RatingDual/QB SAM EHLINGER (6-3, 235, 4.52, 32, 4.42, 118, 10) With 201-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 73-Yards Rushing and 1 TD, Giving The Alamo Bowl Game MVP 280-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD in The 38-10 UPSET Victory over #11 Utah in The Alamo Bowl Game and a Great 204.4 QB RatingDual/QB JUSTIN FIELDS (6-3, 223, 4.32, 34-5, 4.16, 126, 25) With 320-Yards Passing and 1 TD and Another 13-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 333-Yards of Total Offense in The 29-23 Fiesta Bowl Game Loss To Clemson After Recording 3,273-Yards Passing and 41 TD and Becoming The Big-10 Offensive Player of The YearDual/QB COLE MCDONALD (6-4, 220, 4.6, 32, 4.2, 112) With 493-Yards Passing and 4 TD of Total Offense as The Hawaii Bowl Game MVP Led The Hawaii Rainbows in Their 38-34 Victory over BYU in The Hawaii Bowl and a 179.6 QB Rating; Dual/QB SAM HOWELL (6-2, 225, 4.8, 28, 4.62, 110) With 294-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 53-Yards Rushing and 1 TD, Giving Him 349-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD in The 55-13 North Carolina Victory Over Temple in The Military Bowl Game  and a 175.3 QB RatingPassing QB TANNER MORGAN (6-2, 215 4.72, 30, 4.36, 118, 10) With 278-Yards Passing and 2 TD and With 2-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 280-Yards and 2 TD of Total Offense in The 31-24 UPSET Victory over Auburn in The Outback Bowl Game and With a 161.9 QB RatingDual/QB MICALE CUNNINGHAM (6-1, 192, 4.4, 36, 3.16, 126) With 279-Yards Passing and 2 TD and 81-Yards Rushing, Giving The Music City Bowl Game MVP 360-Yards and 2 TD in The 38-28 Victory For Louisville over Mississippi State in The Music City Bowl Game a Tremendous 200.2 QB RatingDual/QB KYLE TRASK (6-5, 239, 4.76, 30, 4.5, 112) With 305-Yards Passing and 1 TD and Another 37-Yards Rushing and 1 TD, Giving Him 342-Yards of Total Offense and 2 TD, in Helping The Florida Gators To a 36-28 Victory Over Virginia in The Orange Bowl Game To-Go With His 2,636-Yards Passing and 24 TD For The Season and a 130.6 QB RatingDual/QB CHASE GARBERS (6-2, 205, 4.71, 32, 4.39, 116, 10) With 272-Yards Passing and 4 TD; The Redbox Bowl Game MVP Led His California Golden Bears To a 35-20 Bowl Game Victory over The Illinois Fighting Illini and a Great 187.3 QB RatingDual/QB JUSTIN McMILLAN (6-3, 205, 4.42, 36, 4.2, 118, 10) With 215-Yards Passing and 3 TD and 41-Yards Rushing, giving The Armed Forces Bowl Game MVP 256-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD in The 30-13 Victory over The Southern Miss Golden Eagles and With a Fantastic 227.6 QB RatingDual/QB IAN BOOK (6-1, 216, 4.62, 30, 4,46, 112) With 247-Yards Passing, Including a 43-Yard TD To The Camping World Bowl Game MVP, Chase Claypool, Who Had 7 Catches For 146-Yards in The 33-9 Notre Dame Victory over Iowa State, and Finished With a Six-Game Winning Streak Behind Book, Who Finished The 11-2 Season With 3,034-Yards Passing, 34 TD, and an Outstanding 171.3 QB RatingPassing QB MAC JONES (6-2, 205, 4.82, 32, 4.62, 112) With 327-Yards Passing, Including an 85-Yard TD To The Citrus Bowl Game MVP, Jerry Jeudy, Who Also Had 6 Catches For 204-Yards in The 35-16 Alabama Crimson Tide Victory over The Michigan Wolverines, and a Great 213,5 QB RatingDual/QB JAYDEN DANIELS (6-3, 180, 4.44, 34, 4.24, 110) With 195-Yards Passing and Rushed For Another 36-Yards and Scored On a Two-Point Conversion, Giving Him 231-Yards and Two Points of Total Offense, as Daniels Became The Sun Bowl MVP in Leading His Arizona State Team To a 20-14 Victory over The Florida State Seminoles, and a 101.4 QB RatingDual/QB DILLON GABRIEL (6-0, 186, 4.72, 32, 4.46, 110) With 260-Yards Passing and 2 TD and Another 1-Yard Rushing, Giving Him 261-Yards of Total Offense and 2 TD, as The Gasparilla Bowl Game MVP Led His Central Florida Knights To a 48-25 Victory over The Marshall Thundering Herd, and With a  176.8 QB RatingDual/QB BRIAN LEWERKE (6-3, 216, 4.68, 32, 4.44, 112)  With 320-Yards Passing and 1 TD and Another 46-Yards Rushing and 1 TD, Giving Him 366-Yards of Total Offense and 2 TD, as The Pinstripe Bowl Game MVP Led His Michigan State Spartans To a 27-21 Victory over Wake Forest and With a 146.4 QB RatingDual/QB KENNY PICKETT (6-2, 225, 4.72, 36, 4.25, 118) With 361-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 5-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 366-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD, as The Quick Lane Bowl Game MVP Led His Pittsburgh Panthers To a 34-30 Victory over Eastern Michigan and With a Great 172. QB Rating; Dual/QB LEVI WILLIAMS (6-5, 208, 4.6, 34, 4.32, 118) With 234-yards Passing and 3 TD and Also Another 53-Yards Rushing and Another TD, Giving Him 287-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD in Helping Team With The Arizona Bowl Offensive Co-MVP All-Purpose Running Back Xazavian Valladay In-Leading Their Wyoming Cowboys to a 38-17 Victory over Georgia State in The Arizona Bowl Gameand Dual/QB LANE HATCHER (6-0, 196, 4.63, 28, 4.46, 112) With 393-Yards Passing  and 4 TD, Including 9 Passes For 180-Yards and a TD To The Camellia Bowl Game MVP Omar Bayless and also With 37-Yards Rushing, Giving Hatcher 430-Yards and 4 TD, as He Led His Arkansas State Team To a 34-26 Victory over Florida International and a 139.6 QB Rating.

SIDEBAR II: 2019-2020 Bowl Week #2 FABULOUS 4 DUAL/RUNNING QUARTERBACK MVP’S INCLUDE:  Dual/QB/RB DUSTIN CRUM (6-3, 201, 4.6, 36, 4.19, 118) With 289-Yards Passing and 2 TD and Another 147-Yards Rushing and 1 TD, Giving Him 436-Yards of Total Offense as The Frisco Bowl Game MVP Led The Kent State Golden Flashes To a 51-41 Victory over Utah State and Won Their First Ever Bowl Game and With an Outstanding 199.5 QB RatingDual/QB/RB MALCOLM PERRY (5-10, 190, 4.33, 38, 4.28, 126, 15) With 57-Yards Passing and Another Incredible 213-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 270-Yards of Total Offense as The Liberty Bowl Game MVP Led His Naval Academy Team To a 20-17 UPSET Victory over The Kansas State Wildcats Team; and Dual/QB/RB LYNN BOWDEN, JR (6-1, 199, 4.33, 36, 4.12, 126, 12) With 73-Yards Passing and 1 TD and Another Incredible 233-Yards Rushing and 2 TD, Plus 20-Yards on a Kickoff Return, Giving The Belk Bowl Game MVP 326-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD. This MVP Ran for 223- Yards and Then Threw a 13-Yard TD to Josh Ali with 15-Seconds Left as The Kentucky Rallied From Behind With Their Incredible MVP Their its remarkable Wide Receiver-Turned-Quarterback to beat The Virginia Tech Hokies 37-30 in The Belk Bowl Game; and Dual/QB/RB JALEN HURTS (6-2, 218, 4.48, 36, 4.19, 116) With 217-Yards Passing and 43-Yards Rushing and 2 TD, Giving Him 260-Yards of Total Offense and 2 TD, in The 63-28 Loss To LSU in The Peach Bowl Game after Leading The Oklahoma Sooners To a 30-23 OT Victory over Baylor in The Big-12 Championship Game

SIDEBAR III: 2019-2020 Bowl Week #2 ELITE 8 ALL-PURPOSE/RUNNING BACK MVP’S INCLUDE:  AP/RB TRAVIS ETIENNE  (5-10, 210, 4.32, 39, 4.13, 128, 20) With 114-Yards Rushing, 1 TD, and He Also Caught 1 Pass For Another 9-Yards, and Returned 1 Kickoff For Another 32-Yards, Giving Him 155-Yards of Total Offense and 1 TD in The ACC Conference Championship Game. Although Etienne Was Not as Dominating in The Fiesta Bowl Game as He Has Been All Season, He is an Absolute Incredible and Dominating All-Purpose Running Back Freak. Etienne Also Rushed For 205-Yards Against Georgia Tech and 192-Yards Against Louisville.  AP/RB J.K. DOBBINS (5-10, 217, 4.32, 39, 4.21, 128, 20) With 172-Yards Rushing Against The Wisconsin Badgers in The 34-21 Big-10 Championship Game and With 3 TD. Dobbins Was Just About As Outstanding On Offense For The Ohio State Buckeyes in The Regular Season Game Against The Wisconsin Badgers as Edge Rush End Chase Young Was Who Recorded An Amazing 4 Quarterback Sacks On Defense, as Dobbins Recorded 221-Yards of Total Offense and 2 Touchdowns.  What Are The Percentage Chances That The Number One Super-Star on Offense and Defense Would Be Wearing The Same #2 Game Jersey? At Columbus, Ohio, Both Heisman Trophy Offensive Candidate and Co-MVP J.K. Dobbins and Heisman Trophy Defensive Candidate and Co-MVP Chase Young Wear #2 Game Jerseys, but They Are Never on The Football Field at The Same Time For The Ohio State BuckeyesDobbins Rushed For 163-Yards on 20 Carries and Scored 2 Touchdowns. He Also Caught 3 Passes For Another 58-Yards, Giving Him 221-Yards of Total Offense and 2 Touchdowns. Dobbins Also Averaged an Incredible 9.6-Yards Per Touch or Almost an Unbelievable First Down on Every Single Time That He Touched The Football. The Other Unbelievably Mind-Boggling Thing About Dobbins is What He Did in That First Game Against The Wisconsin Badgers, Which Before The Game Were Ranked as The #1 Rush Defense in The Country. In This Game, Dobbins Surpassed 1,000-Yard Rushing and Became The First Player in The Ohio State Buckeyes School History To-Rush For 1,000-Yards as a Freshman, Sophomore, and 1,110-Yards as a Junior, Giving Him 3,566-Yards and Fourth Place on The All-Time Ohio State Buckeyes Rushing List.   AP/RB JOURNEY BROWN (5-11, 206, 4.36, 40, 4,26, 228, 20) With 202-Yards Rushing and 2 TD and 2 Catches For 7-Yards, Giving The Cotton Bowl Offensive MVP 209-Yards of Total Offense and 2 Long TD in The 53-39 Victory over The Memphis Tigers. Brown Scored on a 32-Yard Run in The Second Quarter, Giving The Nittany Lions a 7-3 Lead and Then on a 56-Yard Run in The Second Quarter and a 28-13 Lead.  AP/RB CLYDE “THE SPIN MOVE” EDWARDS-HELAIRE (5-10, 210, 4.32, 39, 4.13, 128, 20) With 57-Yards Rushing and  7 Pass-Catches for Another 61-Yards, Giving Him 118-Yards of Total Offense in The SEC Conference Championship Game. Although This Game Was Not His Best Game, “The Spin-Move”  Has Been Sensational All of This SEC Conference Championship SeasonEdwards-Helaire Received His First Weekly MVP in Week #6 Against The Florida Gators When He Had 154-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage and 2 Touchdowns in The Tigers 42-28 Victory and Then He Had 187-Yards of Total All-Purpose Yards Against The Auburn Tigers.   AP/RB XAZAVIAN VALLADAY (6-0, 196, 4.38, 36, 4.28, 126, 20) With 204-Yards and 1 TD and 3 Pass-Catches For Another 91-Yards, Giving Him an Incredible 295-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage and 2 TD. This Arizona Bowl Game Offensive MVP Helped Lead The Wyoming Cowboys To a 38-17 Victory over Georgia State. In The First Quarter, Sophomore Valladay Caught an 8-Yard Pass From Quarterback Levi Williams To Give The Cowboys a 17-7 Lead. Then in The Third Quarter, Valladay Broke Two Georgia State Defenders on His Way on a Beautiful 62-Yard Run, as He Set-Up Freshman Williams on His 6-Yard Touchdown Run Around The Right End To Finish The Scoring For The Game and a 38-17 Wyoming Cowboys VictoryAfter an Incredible Football Season With 1,265-Yards Rushing and Including The Huge Opening Game 37-31  UPSET Victory over The University of Missouri Tiger, With 118-Yards Rushing and a Beautiful 61-Yard Touchdown Run, Valladay Was Also Selected To The First Team All-Mountain West All-Conference Team.  AP/RB LAMICAL PERINE (5-11, 218, 4.42, 37, 4.22, 126, 22) With 138-Yards Rushing and 2 TD and 5 Pass-Catches For Another 32-Yards and Another TD, Giving Him 181-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD as This Orange Bowl Game MVP, Helped Lead His Florida Gators in a 36-28 Victory over The Virginia Cavaliers.   AP/RB AMARE JONES (5-11, 190, 3.38, 24, 4.12, 124, 20) The Tulane Green Wave All-Purpose Running Back Might Have Been The Most Active All-Purpose Running Back of The Bowl Week. With 3 Rushes For 18-Yards, 5 Pass-Catches For 57-Yards, 3 Kickoff Returns For 62-Yards, and 1 Punt Return For 17-Yards, Jones Recorded 154-Yards of Total Offense in Helping The Armed Services Bowl Game Tulane MVP Quarterback Justin McMillan In a 30-13 Victory over The Southern Miss Golden Eagles; and AP/RB CHRIS CURRY (6-0, 215, 4.38, 36, 4.18, 126, 22) With 90-Yards Rushing and 1 Pass-Catch For Another 9-Yards, Giving Him 99-Yards of Total Offense Against Oklahoma in The 63-28 Victory over The Oklahoma Sooners in The Peach Bowl Championship Game. The Incredible Thing About Curry is The Fact That He Has Been a Second Team Running Back All of This Season, Behind Super-Star Clyde Edwards-Helaire and He Gets To Start in The Peach Bowl Playoff Championship Game Against The Oklahoma Sooners and He Played Like He Has Been The Starter All Season.

SIDEBAR IV: 2019-2020 Bowl Week #2 SUPER 3 RUNNING BACK MVP’S INCLUDE:  RB KADIN REMSBERG (5-9, 185, 4.31, 36, 4.21, 126, 20) With  178-Yards Rushing and 1 TD; This Cheez-It Bowl Game Offensive MVP  Helped Lead The Air Force Academy To a 31-21 Victory over Washington State.  RB Jaret Patterson (5-9, 195, 4.42, 36, 4.22, 123, 20) With 173-Yards Rushing and 2 TD; This Bahamas Bowl Game Offensive MVP, Helped Lead His Buffalo Bulls in a 31-9 Victory over The Charlotte 49ers.  RB C.J. Verdell (5-9, 210, 4.33, 38, 4.16, 126, 20) With 208-Yards Rushing and 3 TD, Giving Him 208-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD, Including a 70-Yard Touchdown and 31-Yard Touchdown in The Fourth Quarter in The PAC-12 Conference Championship GameAfter Racing Into The End-Zone For Three TD in The PAC-12 Conference Championship Game and The Oregon Ducks UPSET Victory Over The #5 Ranked Utah Utes, Verdell Was Presented With The PAC-12 Conference Championship Game MVP Trophy, As The Oregon Ducks Won Their First PAC-12 Conference Championship Since 2014. Against The #1 Rushing Defense in The Country and a Utah Utes Team That Was Only Allowing An Average of 56.3-Yards Rushing Per-Game and Only One Team To-Rush For Over 100-Yards, Verdell Made History. With 208-Yards Rushing, Including a 70-Yard Touchdown Run, Verdell Doubled That Amount and The 70-Yard Touchdown Was The Longest Touchdown Run in The PAC-12 Conference Championship Game History.

SIDEBAR V: 2019-2020 Bowl Week #2 SUPER ELITE 8 PASS-CATCHERS INCLUDE:  WR Ja’Marr Chase (6-1, 200, 4.38, 38, 4.09, 132, 10) With 3 Pass-Catches For 41-Yards and 1 Touchdown in The SEC Conference Championship Game; Which Might Not Be an MVP, But is The Game After Chase Made 8 Pass-Catches For 227-Yards and 3 TD in Game #12 Against The #1 Team in The Country. After 13 Games, in The 2019 Season, Sophomore Chase Has Recorded an Incredible 73 Pass-Catches For 1,498-Yards and an Incredible 18 Touchdown Catches In a 13-0 Season Before The Peach Bowl on December 28 and With an Incredible 20.52 Yards Per Catch Average.

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One of The Most Incredible Assets of Ja’Marr Chase (#1) is That He Has Long-Jumped 24-2 Feet Which is One of His Greatest Athletic Achievements and Those Tremendous Jumping Skills (In Photo) Have Helped Him To-Catch Incredible Passes as He Tied The SEC Conference Record For Touchdown Pass Catches in a Season With 18 TD Pass-CatchesChase Also Led The Country in TD Pass-Catches With 18 and In Receiving Yards with 1,498-Yards With 73 Pass-Catches. Chase is the only Player in The LSU Tigers School History With Two 200-Yard Receiving Games During The Regular Season. 

WR CeeDee Lamb (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10) With 8 Catches For 173-Yards and He Also Had 2 Punt Returns For Another 1-Yard, Giving Him 174-Yards of Total Offense and 1 Touchdown in The Big-12 Championship Game.

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In 2017, as a Freshman, Lamb (#2) Caught 46 Passes For 807-Yards and 7 Touchdowns and Then in 2018, as a Sophomore, He Caught 65 Passes For 1,158-Yards and 11 More Touchdowns. Then, in 2019, Lamb Was Outstanding as He Caught 58 Passes For 1,208-Yards and 14 Touchdowns and He Had a Sensational 20.83 Yards Per Catch Average. With This Spectacular Junior Season, Lamb Was Selected as One of The Fred Biletnikoff Award Finalists as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country and Finished Second Behind Ja’Marr Chase. Lamb Also Joined Chase on The Walter Camp Foundation First Team All-American and The Sports Illustrated First Team All-American. As a Senior in High School, Lamb Was Unbelievably Sensational as He Caught 98 Passes for 2,032-Yards and 33 Touchdowns and a 20.73 Average Per Catch. He Also Had 3 Punt Returns For Touchdown, Giving Him 36 Touchdowns.

Lamb Has Incredible Hands and Incredible Ball-Skills and Super-Star Quarterback Jalen Hurts Uses Him as His Favorite Target. In Several Highlight Films, Lamb Made Several Unbelievable One-Handed Catches and He Also Made “One Mind-Bogging” Diving Catch For a Touchdown in The Back of The End-Zone. Obviously, I Have Not Seen Every Great Wide Receiver in College Football, but Chase and Lamb Finished One and Two in The Fred Biletnikoff Award Trophy Finalists as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country and I Would Have To Say That They Are The Two Very Best, With Higgins and Jefferson in College Football.

WR Tee Higgins (6-4, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 126, 19) With 9 Catches For 182-Yards and 3 Touchdowns in The ACC Conference Championship Game, both Bests in an ACC Championship Game. With This Incredible Game, With 9 Pass-Catches For 182-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, Higgins Was Awarded With The ACC Conference Championship Game MVP Award.

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Higgins (#5) is One of The Best All-Time Wide Receivers in The Clemson Tigers History, and There is an Interesting Discussion Concerning Him After The Tigers 62-17 Victory Over The Virginia Cavaliers in The ACC Conference Championship Game and Receiving The ACC Conference Championship Game MVP Award.  WR Justin Jefferson (6-3, 192, 4.37, 38-5, 4.2, 128, 10) With 7 Catches For 115-Yards and 1 Touchdown in The SEC Conference Championship Game; But This is His Fourth College Football MVP Award of The 13-0 Season. In Week #2 of The Season, Against The Texas Longhorns, Jefferson Caught 9 Passes For 163-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and Then in Week #5 Against Utah State, Jefferson Caught Another 9 Passes For 155-Yards and 2 More Touchdowns.

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Then, in Game #6, Against The Florida Gators, Jefferson Caught 10 Passes For 123-Yards and Another Touchdown. In Game #10, Against The Ole Miss Rebels, Jefferson Caught 9 Passes For 112-Yards. Then For The 13-0 Season, and Before The Semi-Final Peach Bowl Game, Jefferson Had Caught an Incredible 88 Pass-Catches From Joe Burrow For 1,207-Yards and an Incredible 14 TD, Just Behind Ja’Marr Chase, Who Was Selected as The Fred Biletnikoff Award Winner as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country.  WR TYLER JOHNSON (6-2, 205, 4.38, 36, 4.18, 122, 10) With 12 Catches For 204-Yards and 2 TD  and Became The Minnesota Gophers Career Pass-Catching Leader in The Outback Bowl Game as The #16 Ranked Minnesota  Gophers Were Victorious Over The #9 Ranked Auburn Tigers in a Huge 31-24 UPSET Victory in The Outback Bowl Game.

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In That Outback Bowl Game, Offensive Game MVP Tyler Johnson (#6) Became The All-Time Leader in TD Pass-Catches as Johnson Grabbed an Unbelievable and Incredible One-Handed 2-Yard TD Catch That Gave The Gophers a 24-17 Lead at Halftime. On That Insane and Incredible One-Handed Catch, Johnson Had Three Auburn Defenders on Him and He Still Caught The Football With One-Hand and Unbelievably Kept One-Foot In-Bounds. Then, With The Game Tied 24-24 in The Fourth Quarter, Johnson Flat-Out Beat His Two Defenders That Were Never Close To Defending Him and He Caught a Beautiful 73-Yard TD Pass-Catch-And-Run, Across-The-Middle of The Field, For a 31-24 Winning TD and Give The Minnesota Gophers Their UPSET Victory Over The Auburn Tigers.  WR JUSTYN ROSS (6-4, 205, 4.38, 38, 4.12, 128, 10) With 3 Catches For 94-Yards and 1 Touchdown and an Incredible 31.3-Yards Per Catch Average in The ACC Conference Championship Game; and Although He Has Had Other Incredible Games, Like in The 2019 National Championship Game Against The Alabama Crimson Tide When He Caught 6 Passes For 153-Yards and a Touchdown In-Helping Lead The Tigers To The 2019 National Championship.

Justyn Ross (#8) Might Be The Biggest Super Freak In This Super Wide Receiver Pass-Catch Story. He Arrived on The Clemson Tigers Campus From The State of Alabama As The Hottest Wide Receiver Prospect in The Country. With His Physical Assets, Including Size, Speed, and Strength, He Was a Critical “Must-Sign” Recruit For Both The Alabama Crimson Tide and The Auburn Tigers, But Both Could Not Keep Him Home; And After a Slow Start, The Total Impact of Justyn Ross To The Clemson Tigers Has Been Staggering, but The Real Staggering Impact By Justyn Ross is A Lot More Than Just Catching The Deep-Pass-Catch For Incredible Touchdown Passes From Super-Star Quarterback Trevor Lawrence.

SANTA CLARA, CA - JANUARY 07: Justyn Ross #8 of the Clemson Tigers makes a one handed reception against the Alabama Crimson Tide during the College Football Playoff National Championship held at Levi's Stadium on January 7, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. Clemson defeated Alabama 44-16. (Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/Getty Images)

It Was More Like Giving Lawrence The Confidence That He Would Go-Up and Catch The 50-50 Passes When Most Receivers Would Not. The Big-Play Skills of Ross After The catch and His Uncanny Ability To High-Point 50-50 Balls Already Place Him Among The Super Elite at His Position.  WR OMAR BAYLESS (6-3, 207, 4.42, 36, 4.22, 120, 10) With 9 Pass-Catches For 180-Yards and 1 TD, Bayless Came Into The Cameilla Bowl Game With 84 Pass-Catches For 1,473-Yards and 16 TD and With a Tremendous 17.8 Yard Per Catch Average. Bayless Now Has 93 Pass-Catches For 1,661-Yards. Bayless Finished The 2019 Season and with his 93 Pass-Catches, 1,661 yards and 17 Touchdowns, his Totals Are Good for Second in The Country in Pass-Catching Catches and Touchdown Pass-Catches. 

SIDEBAR VI: 2019-2020 Bowl Week #2 SUPER 6 SLOT PASS-CATCHERS INCLUDE: SLOT CHRIS OLAVE (6-1, 185, 4.33, 40, 4.19, 132, 10) With 5 Catches For 94-Yards, Including a Beautiful 50-Yard Pass-Catch in The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Victory Over Wisconsin; and Although This is Only His Second College Football Weekly MVP Award, His First Weekly MVP Was Against The Rutgers Scarlet Knights in Week #9 As He Caught 4 Passes For 139-Yards, Including One of The Most Incredible Pass-Catches of The Year in The Big-10 Conference and Also in The FBS College Football Season This Year in The Entire Country.

Early in The Third Quarter with The Buckeyes Already Leading 35-7, The Incredible Super-Star Chris Olave Was Sprinting Down The Right Sideline and as He Entered The End-Zone He Was Bowled-Over by a Couple of The Rutgers Scarlet Knight Defenders. It Was Immediately Called A Pass Interference, but The Football Was Already in The Air and Coming-Down and While Olave Was Falling-Back To The Ground, He Made an Incredible and Spectacular Pass-Catch as He Kept His Hands on The Football, and Was Able To-Grab The Football Around His Ankles and Keep From Hitting The Ground. Just The Fact Olave Was Able To-Grab The Football and Hold on To It Against His Legs While Getting Past The Contact Was Amazing. Of Course, The Obvious Pass Interference Penalty Was Declined By The Ohio State Buckeyes Head Football Coach Ryan Day. The Ohio State Buckeyes Freak Wide Receiver Chris Olave is Unbelievably Versatile and He Can Do So Many Other Things Than Just Make Spectacular Touchdown Pass-Catches. This is Only His Second Year With The #2 Ranked Ohio State Buckeyes and He is Already One of Their Top All-Purpose Players. Olave Has Already Blocked a Punt, Leads All Ohio State Pass-Catchers in Yardage With an Incredible 799-Yards and Touchdown Pass-Catches With 11, and an Average Yards Per Catch of 16.4 Yards.   SLOT K.J. HILL (6-0, 199, 4.32, 40-5, 3.88, 128, 15) With 7 Pass-Catches For 83-Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The Big-10 Conference Championship Game; and Entering The Wisconsin Badgers Game With 188 Career Pass-Catches, He Only Needed 4 Pass-Catches From Breaking The David Boston Ohio State Buckeyes Career Pass-Catching Record

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Wide Receiver K.J. Hill (#14) is Carrying The Football Down The Football Field of The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Against The Wisconsin Badgers in Their 34-21 Victory For The BuckeyesWith This Pass-Catching Effort, Hill Became The Ohio State Buckeyes All-Time School Leader in Pass-Catches For The Buckeyes; Passing David Boston. His First Touchdown Was a 16-Yard Pass-Catch in The Third Quarter With 2:23 Left in The Third Quarter and Gave The Buckeyes a 24-21 Lead. His Second Touchdown Came Shortly Later in The Fourth Quarter With a 13-Yard Touchdown With 12:04 Left in The Game and Gave The Bucks a 31-21 Lead.  After The Wisconsin Badgers Game, Hill Had 57 Pass-Catches For 636-Yards and 10 Touchdowns For The Year; Plus Incredible Career Stats With 201 Pass-Catches For 2,322-Yards and 20 Touchdowns. Hill and His Buckeye Teammates Remain 13-0 and Undefeated. Hill and Olave Were The Two Main Targets of Super-Star Quarterback Justin Fields in The First Playoff Game Against The Clemson Tigers. Hill Finished The Game With More Pass-Catches Than Any Ohio State Buckeye Player in Buckeye School History, During That Second Half When The Buckeyes Scored 27 Unanswered Points. Hill Had To-Wait Until The Game #13 To-Break The Record.  SLOT JOJO WARD (5-9, 175, 4.33, 38, 3.97, 128, 18) With 7 Pass-Catches For 159-Yards in Helping Lead Hawaii To a 38-34 Victory in The Hawaii Bowl Game. Coming-Into The Game, Ward Had Recorded 65 Pass-Catches For 1,393-Yards and 11 TD. SLOT MAURICE FFRENCH (5-11, 200, 4.33, 37,4.21, 128, 10) With 12 Pass-Catches For 165-Yards and a TD and He Had a Kickoff Return For 25-Yards a Punt Return For 9-Yards, in The Quick Lane Bowl Game, Giving Him 199-Yards and a TD of Total Offense. This Freak Finished The 2019 Season With 96 Pass-Catches For 850-Yards. SLOT TUTU ATWELL (5-9, 164, 3.51, 32.5, 4.22, 126, 10) With 189-Yards of Total Offense, Atwell Might Have Been One of The Most Versatile All-Purpose Receivers in The 2019-2020 Bowl Games. Atwell Caught 9 Passes For 147-Yards, Threw 1 Pass For 33-Yards and a TD, and 1 Rush For Another 9-Yards, Giving Him 189-Yards of Total Offense and 1 TD in The Music City Bowl Game. His Louisville Cardinals Finally Scored With Some Trickery as The Music City Bowl Game MVP Quarterback Micale Cunningham Lateraled To His Wide Receiver, TuTu Atwell, who Passed-Back Across The Field  To a Completely Wide Open Marshon Ford, Who Ran-Into The End-Zone For a 33-Yard TD Midway Into The Second Quarter in The Louisville Cardinals 38-28 Victory over The Mississippi State Bulldogs.  SLOT MARLON WILLIAMS (6-0, 222, 4.42, 36, 4.22, 122, 10) With 7 Pass-Catches For 132-Yards, Including a Beautiful 75-Yard TD Pass-Catch, and 2 Punt Returns For Another 11-Yards, Giving Him 143-Yards of Total Offense in The Gasparilla Bowl Game. Williams Was The Gasparilla Bowl Game MVP Quarterback Dillon Gabriel Favorite Pass-Catcher as They Both Led The Central Florida Knights To a 48-25 Victory over The Marshall Thundering Herd.  

SIDEBAR VII: 2019-2020 Bowl Week #2 SUPER 3 FLANKER PASS-CATCHERS INCLUDE:  FLK TERRANCE MARSHALL (6-4, 209, 4.38, 36, 4.23, 120, 10) With 5 Catches For 89-Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The SEC Conference Championship Game; Giving Him 37 Pass-Catches For 545-Yards and an Amazing 10 Touchdowns After a 13-0 Start.

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Marshall Made a 7-Yard Pass-Catch in The First Quarter With 12-Seconds Left To-Give The LSU Tigers a 14-0 Lead and Then Marshall Caught a 4-Yard Touchdown Pass-Catch in The Third Quarter, Giving The Tigers a 27-3 Lead in The SEC Conference Championship Game; Against The Georgia Bulldogs Marshall (#6) Has Just Beaten Two or Three Georgia Bulldog Defenders and He Has Just Finished Making His First 7-Yard Touchdown Pass-Catch In The First-Quarter With 12-Seconds Left To-Give The LSU Tigers Their 14-0 Lead In The SEC Conference Championship Game; in The Mercedes-Benz Football Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. Marshall is a Very Special Athletic Freak That Brings an Incredible Blend of Size, Speed, Quickness, and a Huge Target Down The Sidelines or on a Quick Slant, Across The Middle. Two Other Unbelievable Talents For Marshall Are His Uncanny Ability To-Be Able To Grab The Football Completely-Out of a Defenders Hands. With His Huge Hands and Skills, Heisman Trophy Award Winning Quarterback Joe Burrow Discovered Him Real Early in The First Game of The Season and He Realized That Marshall Was a Tremendous Target For Short Passes in The Red-Zone, as Evident in This SEC Conference Championship Game Marshall Also Runs Great Pass-Routes and Creates Great Separation From Defenders in Really Tight Spaces and He Also Has Tremendous Hands and Makes Really Tough Catches in Traffic; Just like in This Game With a 7-Yard Touchdown Pass-Catch in The First Quarter With 12-Seconds Left and Then He Had a 4-Yard Touchdown Pass-Catch in The Third Quarter.

Marshall is The Third Incredible Member of The LSU Tigers Record-Setting Wide Receiver Team, Alongside The Fred Biletnikoff Award Winner Ja’Marr Chase and All SEC Conference Wide Receiver Justin Jefferson and They All Three Started in The First Game of The 2019 Season, Along With Super Tight End Thaddeus Moss and Super All-Purpose Running Back Clyde “The Spin-Move” Edwards-Helaire, But Something Happened in That Fourth Game After The First Three Games, But The First Game Still Was Especially Special For Marshall as Burrow Found Him For Three Touchdowns.

In That First Game of The Season, Against Georgia Southern, Marshall Only Caught 4 Passes For 31-Yards, But Burrow Found Him For Three Touchdown Pass-Catches. Those 3 Touchdown Passes Included an 8-Yard Touchdown in The Second Quarter; Another 3-Yard Touchdown in The Second Quarter; and Still Another 11-Yard Touchdown in The Second Quarter. The LSU Tigers Unleashed Their New Spread Offense Scheme and They Scored 21 Points in The First Quarter Which is a Feat That They Had Never Done in Recent History. Their 55 Total Points Scored Was The Most in a Non-Overtime Game Since Scoring 63 Points Against New Mexico State in 2014. In One of The Most Incredible Games Ever in FBS College Football History, The LSU Tigers Had Three Wide Receivers Against The Texas Longhorns That Caught Passes For Over 100-Yards. Jefferson Caught 9 Passes For 163-Yards and 3 Touchdowns; Marshall Caught 6 Passes For 123-Yards and a Touchdown; and Chase Caught 8 Passes For 147-Yards. Moss Also Caught 2 Passes For Another 61-Yards. Burrow Passed For 471-Yards Against The Texas Longhorns, and The LSU Tigers Beat The Longhorns By a 45-38 Score. 

After The Fourth Game of The 2019 Football Season, Against Vanderbilt, Terrance Marshall Was The Leading Pass Receiver For The LSU Tigers and He Was Also Leading The Country in Touchdown Pass-Catches With 6 Touchdowns, With 20 Catches For 304-Yards, But in This Vanderbilt Game, Marshall Was Injured and He Missed The Next Three Straight Games Against Utah State, The Florida Gators, and The Mississippi State Bulldogs After Having Foot Surgery and Missing The Three Games, Marshall Came Back, Into The Starting Lineup Against The Auburn Tigers and Caught 2 Passes For 29-Yards and a Touchdown. Heisman Trophy Award Winning Quarterback Joe Burrow Threw 48 Touchdowns in 13 Games and He Averaged 3.69 Touchdowns Per Game, But Burrow Only Threw One Touchdown Against The Auburn Tigers and it Was To Marshall.

As Burrow Was Getting Use-To The Privilege and Advantage of Having and Using Terrance Marshall Again, He Quickly Hit Him on a Crucial and Critical 20-Yard Touchdown Pass With 12:28 Left in The Second Quarter, Giving The LSU Tigers a Huge Confidence-Builder With a 7-3 Lead. Super Wide Receivers Ja’Marr Chase and  Terrance Marshall, Along With  Super Tight End Thaddeus Moss Will Become The LSU Tiger Record-Setting Starters in 2020 and They Will Become Top 2021 NFL Draft Choices. 

FLK GEORGE PERKINS (6-3, 190, 4.38, 36, 4.28, 122, 10) With 12 Catches For 175-Yards and 1 TD, This Sugar Bowl Game MVP, Helped Lead His Georgia Bulldogs To a 26-14 Victory Over The Baylor Bears. Was Also Selected To Several True Freshman All-American Teams. FLK CHASE CLAYPOOL (6-4, 229, 4.33, 36, 4.13, 120, 10) With 7 Pass-Catches For 146-Yards, Including a Beautiful 24-Yard TD Pass-Catch In The First Quarter and Give The Irish a 10-0 Lead. This Camping World Bowl Game MVP.also Recovered a Fumble on Special Teams That Set-Up Another Early Field Goal  as The Irish Defeated The Iowa State Cyclones by a 33-9 Score. Claypool Finished The 2019 Season With 66 Pass-Catches, 1,037-Yards, and 13 Touchdown Pass-Catches and a 15.7 Yards Per Catch Average. 

SIDEBAR VIII: 2019-2020 Bowl Week #2 FABULOUS 5 TIGHT END PASS-CATCHERS INCLUDE: TE THADDEUS MOSS 6-3, 249, 4.52, 34, 4.32, 122, 20) With 2 Pass-Catches For 16-Yards in The SEC Conference Championship Game Victory; This Game Is Obviously Not His Best SEC Conference Game, After Leading The LSU Tigers With The Most Catches In LSU School History As a Tight End With 38 Pass-Catches For 435-Yards, 1 Touchdown and a 11.4-Yards Per Catch Average. 

Moss is An Unbelievable Tight End Super Freak On His Various Highlight Films With Numerous One-Handed Catches. In The Past Four SEC Conference Game Victories; Against Arkansas in Game #12 With 4 Pass-Catches For 68-Yards; Ole Miss in Game #11 With 5 Catches For 63-Yards; Alabama in Game #10 With 6 Pass-Catches For 46-Yards; and Auburn in Game #9 With 7 Catches For 45-Yards; Thaddeus Moss (#81) Has Been One of The Best Tight Ends in The SEC And Also in The Country. In Fact, Moss Was Special in The Alabama Game, as He Made One of The Most Incredible Pass-Catch Plays (In The Photo) in LSU School History and The Play Will Always Be Destined To-Become One of The Most Defining Pass-Catches In LSU Tigers School History. On This Incredible Play, In What Will Always be Remembered as One of the better Pass-Catches in The LSU Tigers Football School History, Moss Was Never Completely Sure Whether His Feet Were In-Bounds When He Made The Incredible Pass-Catch. “I Knew it was Close, But I Did Not Know If I Was In-Bounds or Out-Of-Bounds,” Moss Said.

The Incredible Pass-Catch Against The Alabama Crimson Tide Will Always Be Remembered By The LSU Players and Fans For Moss, The Pass-Catch Meant More Than Just a 16-Yard First Down and a Place in The Tigers Football School History. When Moss Made The Incredible Pass-Catch, The Alabama Fans Were in Dismay, Thinking That Moss Was Out-Of Bounds, But To-Much of The Alabama Fans Dismay, Moss was In-Bounds Moss Had-Run Out-Of-Bounds, Just Before The Catch, But He Was Ruled to Have Been Forced Out-Of-Bounds by an Alabama Defender, Which Allowed Him to Come-Back In-Bounds and Catch The Football. This Play Reminds Me of The Kind of Plays That His Dad, Randy Moss Used To Make as He Became an NFL Hall-Of-Fame Wide Receiver, But Thaddeus Moss Was Only Trying To Make a Name For Himself as An LSU Tiger Football Super-StarAfter a 13-0 Record, Before The College Football Playoffs in The Peach Bowl on December 28, Moss Had The Most Incredible Football Season for a Tight End in LSU Tigers Football History, as He Had Recorded 38 Pass-Catches For 435-Yards, and a Touchdown, and This is The Most Receiving-Yards Since Richard Dickson in 2008. The Unbelievable Emergence of Tight End Thaddeus Moss has Been Another Tremendous and Unexpected Byproduct of LSU Tiger Football Offensive Coordinator Steve Ensminger and LSU Tigers Football Passing Coordinator Joe Brady.

TE KYLE PITTS  (6-6, 239, 4.46, 32, 4.22, 28) While Being Selected To The Pro Football Focus (PFF) All-SEC Offensive Team of The Year, This Sophomore Tight End is as Big of a Freak as Thaddeus Moss and Jeremy Ruckert. First of All, When This Florida Gators Sophomore Tight End Made This Very Impressive All-SEC Offensive Team, I Decided To Checkout His Highlight Film and I Concluded That Pitts is a Total Freak, as He is The Only Player on The All-SEC Offensive Team That Does Not Play For LSU, Alabama, or Georgia, Because All of The Other Skill Positions Were Dominated by Those Three SEC SchoolsAgainst The #1 Team in The Country, Pitts Caught 5 Passes For 108-Yards in The 42-28 Loss To LSU. Although He Did Not Score, Pitts Was The Only Florida Gator To-Reach The 100-Yard Pass-Catching Plateau, Which is Incredible For a Tight End. In The Orange Bowl, as Lamical Perine Was The Super-Star and The Orange Bowl MVP With 138-Yards Rushing, Pitts Caught 3 Passes For 39-Yards and Finished an Incredible For a Tight End With 54 Pass-Catches For 649-Yards and 5 TD. How Ironic is it That Pitts, Moss, Friermuth, and Ruckert Are All Sophomore and Will Be Looking at The 2022 NFL Draft, And Also How Ironic Would it be That All Four Super Tight Ends Will Come-Out Early And Be in The 2021 NFL?   
TE PAT FREIRMUTH (6-6, 256, 4.62, 36, 4.21, 126, 25) is Another Potential NFL #1 Draft Choice Freak For The 2022 NFL Draft. In The Cotton Bowl, as The Super-Star Running Back Journey Brown Had 202-Yards Rushing and 2 TD and 2 Catches For 7-Yards, Giving The Cotton Bowl Offensive MVP 209-Yards of Total Offense and 2 Long TD in The 53-39 Victory over The Memphis Tigers. In This Cotton Bowl Game, Friermuth Made 2 Pass-Catches For 30-Yards, Giving Him 43 Pass-Catches For 507-Yards and 7 TD For The Season.  
TE COLE KMET (6-5, 250, 4.62, 38, 4.24, 128, 20) Caught 2 Passes For 33-Yards in The Camping World Bowl Game and Finished an Incredible Football Season With 43 Pass-Catches For 515-Yards and 6 TD. Out of The Top Five Tight Ends, Kmet is The Only Senior and He is Already Getting Ready To Becoming a 2020 NFL #1 Draft Choice.  TE JEREMY RUCKERT (6-6, 250, 4.56, 36, 4.26, 118, 20) With an Incredible One-Handed, Clutch Catch, in The Back of The End-Zone For a Touchdown To Start The Ohio State Buckeyes Comeback Victory Against The Wisconsin Badgers and Cut The Badgers Lead To 21-14 in The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Victory.

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In The Ohio State Buckeyes Season Opening Game Against The Florida Atlantic Owls, Jeremy Ruckert (#88) Was Incredible as He Caught 4 Passes, Including 2 Pass Catches For Touchdowns. In That Florida Atlantic Game, Justin Fields Passed For 234-Yards and 4 Touchdowns and Ran For Another 61-Yards and a Touchdown; While J.K. Dobbins Rushed For 91-yards and a Touchdown and Had 1 Pass-Catch For Another 14-Yards and Ruckert Had 4 Pass-Catches For 38-Yards, Including a 25-Yard Touchdown Pass-Catch in The First Quarter, Giving The Buckeyes a 14-0 Lead and a 3-Yard Touchdown-Pass-Catch in The Second Quarter, Giving Them a 35-6 Lead.  Oh Yes! Chase Young Recorded 1.5 Sacks and Jeff Okudah Recorded 6 Tackles, 1 Tackle for a Loss, and 1 Pass Breakup. So, it Appeared That Fields, Dobbins, and Ruckert Were Going To-Be The Ohio State Stars on Offense and Young and Okudah Were Gong To-Be The Ohio State Stars On Defense, But It Did Not Happen That Way. In The Ohio State Buckeyes Next 11 Games, The Super Tight End Freak Jeremy Ruckert, Had a Grand Total of Only 8 Pass-Catches and Only 1 Touchdown. With All of The Other Ohio State Buckeye Super Stars Being Voted To The Big-10 Conference First Team and Various All-American Teams, Where Has Jeremy Ruckert Been?

So With The Super Sophomore Tight End Made The Ohio State Buckeyes “Play Of The Game” There Seems To-Be The Obvious Temptation To Believe That It Was Long Overdue, But With a 13-0 Record and in The Playoffs, It Was Difficult To See Anything Wrong, But The Buckeyes May Have Finally  Re-Discovered Ruckert as a Huge and Outstanding Target. In The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Against The Wisconsin Badgers, All-American Quarterback Justin Fields and The Buckeyes Great Offensive Line Had Struggled in The Early Part of The Game, as They Had Given-Up 3 Quarterback Sacks, But Fields Had Just Taken The Buckeyes on a Five-Play 75-Yard Drive That Was Going To-End With “The Play Of The Game” and Cutting The Badgers Lead To 21-14. As Fields Dropped-Back To-Pass, The Speedy Ruckert Raced-Past Several Badger Defenders Trying To-Cover Him. Then, All of a Sudden, He Found-Out That He Had Broken-Free and Was Completely Open, In The Clear For an Easy Touchdown, But Fields Completely Overthrow Him, but Ruckert Reached-Up and With His Right-Hand Grabbed The Football Just Before He Stepped Out of The End-Zone and Cut The Badgers Lead To 21-14. The Buckeyes Then Scored Another 20-Points and Held Scoreless, and Won The Game 34-21, In Giving Them The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Victory. This Big-10 Conference Championship Game Victory All Began With “The Play Of The Game” of The Super Pass-Catch By Jeremy Ruckert. Ruckert is a Very Special Talent as a Pass-Catching Tight End, as “The Play Of The Game Catch” Demonstrated. I Watched About 10 of His Highlight Films and in Every Single One, He Made At Least 1 One-Handed Pass-Catch and Several Other Pass-Catches With At least Two or Three Pass Defenders All-Over-Him. He Had Over 40 Offers Coming Out of Lindenhurst, New York, as The 2017 New York Gatorade Player of The Year and The First Question Might Be Why He Would Want To-Go To a School That Seldom Passes To Tight Ends. Jeremy is an Unbelievable Pass-Catching Super Freak. He Might Be The Best Tight End in The Country and He Will Become an NFL #1 Draft Choice in Either The 2021 or 2022 NFL Draft, Along With The Other Three Sophomore Super Tight End Freaks.

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MEARS RATINGS For Best Week #14

College Football Weekly MVP’S Week #14 
 By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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WEEK #12 TRIO 400-YARD QUARTERBACK CLUB!
Joe Burrow, Kedon Slovis, and Shane Buechele

FAB 14 DUAL QUARTERBACK MVP’S WEEK #12
FAB 4 ALL-PURPOSE RB MVP’S WEEK #12
ELITE 8 ALL-PURPOSE WIDE RECEIVERS WEEK #12
SUPER ELITE TOP 20 DEFENSIVE MVP’S – WEEK #12
FAB 4 SPECIAL TEAM MVP’S – WEEK #12

MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

Through The First 11 Weeks of The 2019 Season, There Were Some Huge Changes In The Heisman Trophy Favorites! After Week #9, According to The Caesars Sportbook The Top Six Were: QB Joe Burrow, QB Tua Tagovailoa, QB Jalen Hurts, RB Jonathan Taylor, QB Justin Fields, and WR CeeDee Lamb; While QB Sam Ehlinger and QB Justin Herbert Were Hanging-On as Other Heisman Trophy Candidates, But After Ten Games, The Top Three  Heisman Candidates Were QB Joe Burrow, QB Jalen Hurts, and QB Tua Tagovailoa. After Week #12, With 489-Yards Passing and 26-Yards Rushing For 515-Yards of Total Offense, QB Joe Burrow Is Definitely The Favorite,

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FAB 14 DUAL THREAT QUARTERBACK MVP’S WEEK #12

OFFENSE

SIDEBAR I: Week #11 FAB 14 DUAL/QUARTERBACK MVP’S INCLUDE: Dual/QB Joe Burrow (6-4, 216, 4.62, 34, 4.32, 110) With 489-Yards Passing and 5 TD and Another 26-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 515-Yards of Total Offense and 5 TD and a Great 203.8 QB Rating;  

Dual/QB Kedon Slovis (6-3, 205, 4.68, 32, 4.44, 118) with 432-yards Passing and 4 TD and 3-yards Rushing, Giving Him 435-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD and a 196.1 QB Rating; Dual/QB Shane Buechele (6-1, 185, 4.65, 36, 4.31, 110) With 414-Yards Passing and 5 TD and Another 11-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 425-Yards of Total Offense and 5 TD and a 178.9 QB Rating; Dual/QB Kyle Trask (6-5, 237, 4.7, 32, 4.5) With 363-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 25-Yards Rushing and 1 TD, Giving Him 388-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD and a 165.9 QB Rating; Dual/QB James Blackman (6-4, 185, 4.62, 34, 4.32, 118, 10) With 346-Yards Passing and 2 TD and Another 29-Yards Rushing, Giving 375-Yards of Total Offense and 2 TD and a 206.4 QB Rating; Dual/QB Brandon Peters (6-5, 230 4.72) With  369-Yards Passing and 3 TD and a 145.0 QB Rating;  Dual/QB Chevan Cordeiro (6-1, 190, 4.62, 28, 4.6, 116) With 309-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 55-Yards Rushing and 2 TD, Giving Him 364-Yards of Total Offense and 5 TD, and a 189.9 QB RatingDual/QB, Jalen Hurts (6-2, 218, 4.48, 36, 4.19, 116) With 273-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 68-Yards Rushing and 2 TD, Giving Him 341-Yards of Total Offense and 5 TD, and a 187.8 QB RatingPassing QB Tanner Morgan (6-2, 215 4.72, 30, 4.36, 118, 10) With 339-Yards Passing and 3 TD and With a Tremendous 281.9 QB RatingDual/QB Trevor Lawrence (6-6, 220, 4.62) With 276-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 59-Yards Rushing and 1 TD, Giving Him 335-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD and a 186.4 QB RatingDual/QB Ian Book (6-1, 212, 4.72, 32, 4.46, 118, 10) With 181-Yards Passing and 4 TD and Another 139-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 320-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD, and a 132.5 QB Rating; Dual/QB Sam Ehlinger (6-3, 235, 4.52, 34, 4.42, 118, 10) With 263-Yards Passing and 1 TD and Another 40-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 303 Yards of Total Offense and a TD and a 166.8 QB Rating; Dual/QB Jarren Williams (6-3, 211, 4.52, 34, 4.33, 118) With 253-Yards Passing and 6 TD and Another 23-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 276-Yards of Total Offense and 6 TD and a 169.0 QB Rating; and Dual/QB Aidon O’Connell (6-3, 210, 4.76, 32, 4.56, 112) With 271-Yards and 2 TD and With 4-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 275-Yards and 2 TD and a 169.0 QB Rating.

THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM

When I Was With THE DALLAS COWBOYS in 1075-76, We Had a Player Rating System That We Used in 1976 For The 1977 NFL Draft and That Rating System Was Used To-Conclude That Tony Dorsett Was Our #1 Player in 1976 For The 1977 NFL Draft. Then When I Left The Cowboys in 1976, I Founded a Similar Player Rating System, That Was Based on All of The Measurables of The Player and I Called it: THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM or THE MEARS RATING. I Have Tweaked My MEARS RATING SYSTEM Several Times, Giving Higher or Lower Value Ratings For Different Positions.

Although I developed my Rating System, when I left The Cowboys, I did not Start using The Rating System until 2001, when NIKE SPORTS Developed a similar Rating System and called it the SPARQ RATING SYSTEM. I then decided to bring back my Rating System and I called it The MAX EMFINGER ASSET RATING SYSTEM or MEARS RATING.

ASSET Stands For Agility, Strength, Stamina, Explosiveness, and Technique. These are the Essential Tools for a Superior Athletic Performance in any Competitive Sport or Event. This New MEARS RATING SYSTEM or a Similar Rating System, Identifies Overall Athletic Ability, and it can be used by Top College and Pro Coaches around the country as a Great Initial Indicator of The Great Athletic Potential on the Football Field.

THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM, or a Similar Type Rating System, is Also Very Important for The NFL Scouts, and the NFL Scouting Combine is The First Time That Really “Accurate Measurables” are Recorded on These Future NFL Players Before Their NFL Draft. It is Very Easy To say That Someone Can Run a 4.4 or a 4.3 Forty, but before an Accurate Hand-Held Timing by a Professional Talent Scout or Either by a Slower, but Accurate Laser Timing is Done, Most Forty Times Are Less Than Accurate.

Most High School and College Football Players Do Not Even Know What Their Measurables Are and You Would Think That They Would Know, But They Do Not. Many Times, a High School Football Player or a College Football Player Will List what he thinks is His Best Forty-Yard Dash Time as a 4.8 and Then Twenty Minutes Later He Will-Run a 4.6 Forty or better. 

THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM – WORLD RECORDS

YEAR       PLAYER                      Ht   Wt  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS  2010 – OT Trent Williams OU – (6-5, 315, 4.71, 34.5, 4.51, 113, 23)   –  2,515
2011 – WR Julio Jones ALA     – (6-3, 220, 4.39, 38.5, 4.25, 135, 17)  – 2,545
2011 – CB Patrick Peterson LSU – (6-0, 219, 4.31, 4.07, 38, 126, 15) – 2,548
2011 – QB Cam Newton  Auburn – (6-5, 248, 4.46, 35, 4.18, 126)       – 2,570
2012 – QB Robert Griffin Baylor – (6-2, 223, 4.33, 39, 4.18, 120)       – 2,626
2014 – DE Jad Clowney S Car     – (6-5, 266, 4.51, 378, 4.43, 124, 21) – 2,657
2015 – CB Byron Jones U-Conn – (6-1, 199, 4.38, 44.5, 3.94, 147, 18) – 2,743
2015 – LB Vic Beasley Clemson – (6-3, 246, 4.53, 41, 4.15, 130, 35)     – 2,792
2018 – RB Saquon Barkley PSU  – (6-0, 233, 4.37, 41, 4.24, 132, 29)   – 2,986
2018 – QB Lamar Jackson Louis – (6-3, 216, 4.32, 38, 4.0, 126)            – 2,982
2018 – CB Denzel Ward Ohio St   – (5-11, 191, 4.23, 40, 3.88, 131, 15)  – 2,957
2018 – DE Bradley Chubb NC St  – (6-4, 269, 4.62, 36, 4.34, 121, 24)  – 2,828
2019 – TE Tony Fant Iowa              – (6-4, 247, 4.5, 39.5, 4.22, 127, 20) – 2,827

2020 SUPER OFFENSIVE SKILL PLAYER
ALL-AMERICAN MEARS RATINGS

PLAYER                                               Ht Wt  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
Dual QB Joe Burrow   LSU           (6-4, 216, 4.62, 34, 4.32, 110)              2,962
Dual QB Justin Herbert Oregon (6-6, 237, 4.56, 34, 4.36, 110)             2,954
WR Ja’Marr Chase LSU                  (6-1, 200, 4.38, 38, 4.09, 132, 10)     2,950
WR Henry Ruggs III Alabama     (6-1, 190, 4.25, 41, 4.01, 128, 10)        2,950
WR Jerry Jeudy Alabama             (6-1, 192, 4.33, 39, 4.13, 128, 10)        2,944
WR CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma       (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10)         2,942
AP-RB Travis Etienne Clemson  (5-10, 210, 4.32, 39, 4.13, 128, 20)     2,940
RB J.K. Dobbins Ohio State          (5-10, 217, 4.32, 39, 4.21, 128)            2,934
WR Michael Pittman USC             (6-5, 225, 4.4, 36, 4.22, 126, 15)          2,925
WR Jalen Reager TCU                    (5-11, 195, 4.29, 39-5, 4.2, 130, 10)     2,925
RB Chuba Hubbard Okla State    (6-1, 207, 4.28, 39, 4.12, 124, 25)        2,924
TE Kylen Granson SMU                  (6-3, 235, 4.5, 37, 4.16,, 122, 20)        2,920
Dual QB Shane Buechele  SMU   (6-1, 185, 4.62, 36, 4.31, 110)                2,910
TE Albert Okwuegbunam MO      (6-5, 255, 4.5, 34, 4.33, 120, 20)         2,910
WR Laviska Shenault Colorado  (6-2, 225, 4.33, 36, 4.2, 126, 10)          2,910
AP-WR James Proche SMU          (6-0, 193, 4.37, 39, 4.0, 130, 10)         2,906
RB Jonathan Taylor Wisconsin   (5-11, 219, 4.32, 38, 4.16, 128, 20)     2,905
RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU  (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20)        2,900
AP-WR Amon-Ra St Brown USC (6-1, 195, 4.32, 39, 4.2, 128, 10)          2,900 
WR Denzel Mims Baylor                (6-3, 215, 4.33, 40, 4.23, 128, 20)      2,896
Dual QB Kedon Slovis USC            (6-3, 205, 4.66, 32, 4.44, 118)            2,890
RB D’Andre Swift Georgia             (5-9, 215, 4.36, 36, 4.16, 126)              2,890
Dual QB Sam Ehlinger Texas       (6-3, 235, 4.52, 34, 4.42, 118, 10)       2,886
Dual QB Jalen Hurts   OU              (6-2, 218, 4.48, 36, 4.19, 116)              2,886
AP-RB Xavier Jones SMU               (5-11, 208, 4.42, 36, 4.22)                   2,886
WR Justin Jefferson LSU              (6-3, 192, 4.37, 38-5, 4.2, 128, 10)     2,885
RB Zack Moss Utah                          (5-11, 222, 4.42, 36, 4.21, 126, 25)     2,884
WR Tee Higgins Clemson              (6-4, 215, 4.35, 38, 4.13, 126, 19)       2,880
WR Rashod Bateman  MINN        (6-2, 191, 4.36, 36, 4.21, 126, 10)      2,880
RB A.J. Dillon Boston College      (6-0, 250, 4.42, 39, 4.29, 128, 20)   2,880
WR Devin Duvernay Texas            (5-11, 210, 4.32, 38, 4.24, 128, 10)    2,880       
Dual QB Trevor Lawrence Clem (6-6, 220, 4.62, 36, 4.33, 118, 20)     2,880
WR Josh Imatorbhebhe ILL         (6-2, 215, 4.44, 44, 4.27, 128, 10)      2,880
AP-WR Lynn Bowden Jr KY         (6-1, 199, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 128, 15)        2,878
WR Devonta Smith Alabama        (6-1, 180, 4.33, 38-5, 4.13, 128, 10)   2,875
RB Salvon Ahmed  Washington  (6-0, 196, 4.28, 38, 4.16, 128, 20)      2,875
WR Tylan Wallace OK State         (6-1, 185, 4.36, 39, 4.2, 129, 10)          2,875
AP-RB Kenan Christon USC          (5-10, 185, 4.43, 41, 4.12, 128, 25)    2,872
AP-RB Kylin Hill Miss State          (5-11, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 128, 20)     2,870
AP-WR John Hightower Boise St(6-2, 183, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 128, 10)      2,868
RB Joshua Kelley UCLA                 (6-0, 219, 4.42, 38-5, 4.13, 126, 20)  2,868
RB Cam Akers Florida State        (5-11, 212, 4.42, 40-5, 4.09, 128, 20) 2,864  
Dual QB Tanner Morgan MINN  (6-2, 215 4.72, 34, 4.36, 118, 10)         2,862
RB Najee Harris Alabama              (6-3, 230, 4.42, 36, 4.16, 126)            2,860
AP-RB Jamycal Hasty Baylor        (5-9, 205, 4.31, 39, 4.12, 128)             2,860
Dual QB James Blackman FSU    (6-4, 185, 4.62, 34, 4.32, 118, 10)      2,860
Dual QB Charles Brewer Baylor (6-1, 206, 4.62, 32, 4.42, 118)              2,858
AP-RB Raymond Calais ULL         (5-9, 180, 4.31, 39, 4.1, 128,20)          2,850
WR Tamorrion Terry FSU             (6-4, 203, 4.42, 36, 4.22, 126, 10)      2,846
RB Eno Benjamin Arizona St       (5-10, 201, 4.36, 36, 4.1, 126, 20)       2,842
Dual QB Jarren Williams MIA     (6-3, 211, 4.52, 34, 4.33, 118)               2,842
Dual QB Kyle Trask Florida           (6-5, 239, 4.72, 32, 4.5, 118, 10)         2,840
AP-WR Antonio Gibson Memp St(6-2, 221, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 128, 20)      2,832
SLOT WR JoJo Ward Hawaii        (5-9, 175, 4.33, 38, 3.93, 128, 10)      2,830
Dual QB Ian Book Notre Dame    (6-1, 212, 4.72, 32, 4.46, 118, 10)        2,824
RB Isaiah Spiller Texas A&M        (6-1, 220, 4.42, 36, 4.21, 126, 20)      2,820
Dual QB Brandon Peters Illinois (6-5, 230 4.72, 32, 4.52, 118, 10)        2,776
Dual QB Chevan Cordeiro HAW (6-1, 190, 4.62, 28, 4.46, 116)               2,760
Dual QB Aidon O’Connell PUR    (6-3, 210, 4.76, 32, 4.56, 112)               2,732

2020 SUPER OFFENSIVE LINEMEN PLAYER
ALL-AMERICAN MEARS RATINGS

PLAYER                                                 Ht   Wt  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS

2020 SUPER DEFENSIVE PLAYER
ALL-AMERICAN MEARS RATINGS

PLAYER                                             Ht   Wt  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
DT Derrick Brown Auburn       (6-5, 322, 4.92, 30, 4.6, 110, 32)           2,934
EDGE Chase Young Ohio St     (6-5, 265, 4.45, 32, 4.3, 126, 35)            2,930
EDGE K’Lavon Chasson LSU   (6-4, 250, 4.56, 37, 4.31, 126, 30)         2,928
S-DE Raekwon Davis Alabama(6-7, 312, 4.92, 30, 4.64, 110, 32)         2,925
DT Javon Kinlaw S Carolina    (6-6, 310, 4.88, 28, 4.76, 110, 30)         2,925
SS Grant Delpit LSU                    (6-3, 203, 4.37, 38, 4.04, 128, 20)        2,925
S-DE Marlon Davidson Auburn(6-4, 278, 4.76, 32, 4.66, 118, 35)        2,925
DT Leki Fotu Utah                        (6-6, 335, 5.02, 28, 4.82, 110, 30)         2,920  
OLB Isaiah Simmons Clem       (6-4, 230, 4.36, 39, 4.15, 129, 25)         2,920
CB Jeff Okudah Ohio State        (6-1, 200, 4.32, 38, 4.22, 128, 10)        2,915
EDGE Jabari Zuniga Florida    (6-4, 257, 4.52, 32, 4.38, 120, 35)         2,914
EDGE Yetur Gross-Matos PSU (6-5, 264, 4.56, 32, 4.32, 126, 30)        2,910
EDGE A.J. Epenesa Iowa            6-5, 280, 4.6, 32, 4.22, 126, 30)            2,908
CB Jeff Gladney TCU                    (6-0, 183, 4.3, 39, 4.12, 128, 10)            2,908
EDGE Jon Greenard Florida     (6-4, 263, 4.62, 32, 4.36, 118, 30)         2,900
DE/DT Christian Rector USC    (6-4, 275, 4.8, 32, 4.53, 116, 30)            2,900
OLB Patrick Queen LSU              (6-2, 227, 4.4, 38-5, 4.22, 128, 20)       2,894
CB Kristian Fulton LSU               (6-1, 188, 4.32, 38, 4.12, 128)                 2,886
FS Jacoby Stevens LSU                (6-2, 228, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 20)        2,886
EDGE Curtis Weaver Boise St   (6-4, 265, 4.56, 32, 4.14, 118, 30)         2,886
DT Larrell Murchison NCST      (6-3, 295, 4.82, 32, 4.37, 118, 35)         2,885
EDGE Ken Willekes Mich St      (6-4, 265, 4.66, 33, 4.35, 126, 32)         2,880
NG Bravvion Roy Baylor             (6-2, 333, 4.92, 30, 4.76, 110, 35)         2,876
EDGE Darrell Taylor Tenn         (6-4, 255, 4.52, 32, 4.16, 126, 25)         2,875
EDGE Big Kat Bryant Auburn   (6-5, 247, 4.62, 32, 4.32,126, 35)         2,858
OLB Michael Pinckney Miami  (6-1, 230, 4.52, 36, 4.22, 126, 20)        2,850
ILB Jordan Fehr App State         (6-3, 230, 4.56, 37, 4.02, 126, 25)       2,842
S-DE Tyreke Smith Ohio State  (6-4, 267, 4.62, 32, 4.52, 116, 30)        2,842
S-DT Curtis Brooks Cincy           (6-3, 295, 4.92, 32, 4.76, 116, 30)        2,840
FS Hamsah Nasirildeen FSU     (6-4, 215, 4.41, 36, 4.22, 126, 10)         2,840
ILB Evan Weaver California      (6-3, 245, 4.62, 36, 4.36, 126, 25)       2,840
FS Grayland Arnold Baylor        (5-10, 190, 4.32, 36, 4.12, 128, 10)      2,830
FS Antoine Winfield Minn          (5-10, 205, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 10)     2,825
OLB Mohmmoud Diabate FLA  (6-4, 213. 4.46, 36, 4.23, 118, 20)       2,816
ILB Terrel Bernard Baylor          (6-1, 222, 4.56, 36, 4.36, 126, 20)       2,815

Although THE SPARQ RATING SYSTEM Became Popular, It Still Had Some Major Flaws, Because THE SPARQ RATING SYSTEM Was Not Originally Based on a Position By The Player, But on His Weight. If The Rating System is not Based on The Position of the Player, then how are you going to Decide who The Best Player is at That Position or Any Position? If THE RATING SYSTEM is based on the Player Position, Then You Will Know Exactly How He Relates To Other Players at His Position.

So, If You Only Have One Draft Choice or One Scholarship left, THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM Will Give You The Highest Rated Players Regardless Their  Position. To-Get This MEARS RATING, You Will Get More Player Information, Including Height, Weight, Forty, Vertical Jump, Pro-Shuttle, Standing Broad Jump, and 185-Pound Bench Press Reps for High School Football Players and 225-Pound Bench Press Reps for College Football Players are put into The Formula and all of this is Based upon The Standard for His Position. 

SIDEBAR II: Week #11 FAB 4 SUPER ALL-PURPOSE/RUNNING BACK MVP’S INCLUDE: AP/RB Jonathan Taylor (5-11, 219, 4.32, 38, 4.16, 128, 20, 10.5 100-Meters) With an Incredible 250-Yards Rushing and Had 1 Catch For Another 8-Yards, Giving Him 258-Yards of Total Offense; AP/RB Salvon Ahmed (6-0, 196, 4.28, 38, 4.16, 128, 20) With 174-Yards and 2 TD and He Also Returned 1 Kickoff For Another 35-Yards, Giving Him 209-Yards and 2 TD of Total Offense and;  AP/RB Clyde “The Spin Move” Edwards-Helaire (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20) With 103-Yards Rushing and 3 TD and Clyde “The Glide” Caught 9 Passes for Another 77-Yards and Another TD, and He Then Returned One Kickoff For Another 19-Yards, Giving Him 199-Yards of Total Offense and an Incredible 4 TD; and AP/RB Xavier Jones (5-11, 208, 4.42) With 157-Yards Rushing and 3 TD, and Also Caught 2 Passes for 15-Yards, Giving Him 172-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD.

SIDEBAR III: Week #11 ELITE 8 ALL-PURPOSE/WIDE RECEIVER MVP’S INCLUDE: AP/WR/KO Amon-Ra St Brown (6-1, 195, 4.33, 39, 4.2) With 8 Catches For 173-Yards and 1 TD, Had 3 Rushes For 8-Yards, and Returned 3 Punts For Another 26-Yards, Giving Him 207-Yards of Total Offense and 1 TD;  WR Rashod Bateman (6-2, 215, 4.36) With 7 Catches For 203-Yards and 1 TD; AP/WR CeeDee Lamb (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10) With 8 Catches For 167-Yards and 2 TD and Returned 3 Punts For Another 28-Yards, Giving Him 195-Yards of Total Offense;  WR Josh Imatorbhebhe (6-2, 215, 4.44, 44, 4.27) With 4 Catches For 178-Yards and 2 TD; AP/WR/KO James Proche (6-0, 193, 4.37, 39, 4.0, 128, 10) With 14 Catches For 167-Yards and 2 TD, Had 1 Rush For 2-Yards, and Returned 2 Punts For Another 17-Yards, Giving Him 186-Yards of Total Offense;  WR JoJo Ward (5-9, 175, 4.33) With 7 Catches For 170-Yards and 2 TD; WR Tamorrion Terry (6-4, 203, 4.47) With 7 Catches For 156-Yards and 1 TD; and AP/WR/KO John Hightower (6-2, 183, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 128, 10) With 2 Catches For 46-Yards, Had 3 KO Returns For 61-Yards, and Had 2 Rushes For Another 39-Yards, Giving Him 150-Yards of Total Offense. 

DEFENSE

SIDEBAR IV: Week #11 SUPER ELITE TOP 20 DEFENSIVE MVP’S Include: EDGE RUSH DE  Jonathan Greenard (6-4, 263, 4.62, 32, 4.36, 118, 30) With An Incredible 2 Sacks, 5 TFL;  EDGE RUSH DE K’Lavon Chasson (6-4, 250, 4.56, 37, 4.31, 126, 30) With Team-High 10 Tackles, 3.5 TFL, 2 PB;  EDGE RUSH DE Curtis Weaver (6-3, 265, 4.56, 32, 4.14, 118, 30) With 2 Sacks;  DE Christian Rector (6-4, 275, 4.8, 32, 4.53, 116, 30) With 2 Solo Tackles, Game-Clinching Interception With 25-Seconds Left in The 31-26 Victory; and DE Tyreke Smith (6-4, 267, 4.62, 32, 4.52, 116, 30) With 3 Solo Tackles, and 2 Sacks;  DT Davon Hamilton (6-4, 310, 4.94, 28, 4.5) With 2 Sacks and DT/NG Curtis Brooks  (6-3, 295, 4.92, 32, 4.76, 116, 30) With 2 Solo Tackles and 2 Sacks. 

OLB Joe Tryon (6-5, 266, 4.62, 33, 4.42) With 7 Tackles, 6 Solo Tackles, 2 Sacks, and 4.5 TFL:  OLB Mohmmoud Diabate (6-4, 213. 4.46, 36, 4.23, 118, 20) With Incredible 3 Sacks; OLB Terrel Bernard (6-1, 222, 4.6, 36, 4.36) With an Incredible 19 Tackles, 1 Sack, and 1 Interception;  OLB  Michael Pinckney (6-1, 230, 4.52, 36, 4.22, 126, 20) With Game-High 8 Tackles, 7 Solo Tackles, 1 Sack, and 3 TFL; OLB Patrick Queen (6-1, 227, 4.42, 38, 4.28, 126, 20) With 1 Interception, 1/2 Sack, and 2 PB; and OLB Akeem Davis (6-2, 215) With 1 Sack, 2.5 TFL, and 2 PB.  MLB Daniel Bituli (6-3, 252) With 19 Tackles, 10 Solo Tackles, and 1/2 Sack; and MLB Jordan Fehr (6-3, 230, 4.56, 37, 4.02) With 12 Tackles, 1 Sack, and 2 TFL. FS Hamsah Nasirildeen (6-4, 215, 4.41, 36, 4.22, 126, 10) With 22 Tackles, and 11 Solo Tackles and FS Sydney Brown (6-0, 210) With 2 Interceptions, Including a 76-Yard Return for a Touchdown.  FS Antoine Winfield (5-10, 205, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 10) With 2 Interceptions and a 2,780 MEARS RATING; and FS Nicholas Ross (5-11, 175, 4.42) With 12 Tackles, 1 Sack, and 1 Interception. FS Grayland Arnold (5-10, 190, 4.32, 38, 4.12, 128, 10, 10.71 100-Meters) With 2 Interceptions.

SIDEBAR V: Week #11 FAB 4 SPECIAL TEAMS/KICKER/PUNTER MVP’S Include: KICKER Cameron “Dicker The-Kicker” Dicker (6-1, 205) Kicked a Game-Winning 26-Yard Field Goal With Absolutely No-Time Left on The Clock To-Give His Team a 27-24 Victory;  KICKER J.D. Dellinger (6-2, 195) Kicked The Game-Winning 39-Yard Field Goal With 3 Seconds Left in The Game And Give His Team a 24-22 Victory;  KICKER Evan Price (6-1, 180) With a Game-Tying 23-Yard Field Goal With 7:34 Left in The Game For a 13-13 Score and Then The Game-Winning 37-Yard Field Goal For a 16-13 Victory; and  KICKOFF RETURN MAN K.J. Osborn (6-0, 205, 4.46, 32, 4.24) of Total Offense; Returned 5 Kickoffs For 104-Yards, Returned 2 Punts For 30-Yards,and Caught 3 Passes For Another 11-Yards, Giving Him 145-Yards of Total Offense.

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Chapter 56 – 1967 Rice Bowl Championship And Navy All Greater Pacific Football Championship.

CHAPTER FIFTY-SIX

1967 Rice Bowl Championship And Navy All-Greater Pacific Football Championship

As I Entered The United States Navy
More “Incredible Things” Started Happening!

One of the Most “Incredible Things” happened to me in 1967, shortly after I Graduated From Baylor University. I had been in The Navy Reserve ever since I had Graduated From Brownwood High School in 1962.

In 1961, we were At War with Vietnam and All 18-Year-Old Boys were subject to The National Draft in the Army. My Dad had taken me to join The Navy Reserve before my Junior Year in 1961 and I had Signed a Contract to Enter into The United States Navy after I Graduated from Baylor University or any Other College. My Six-Year Navy Reserve Contract would begin in The United States Navy with Two Years of Active Duty after Graduating from College.

As a member of The Navy Reserve, I was going to Enter a Two-Year Active Duty in The United States Navy and then Spend Four-Years in The United States Navy Reserve. So I Entered The Navy, shortly after graduating From Baylor, I immediately entered a Six Week Navy Boot-Camp in San Diego, California and then after my Navy Boot Camp, I Spent Another Six Weeks at U.S. Navy Personnelman Class “A” School at The United States Naval Station in San Diego, California.

Then, I Graduated from U.S. Navy Personnelman Class “A” School at Naval Station in San Diego, California on September 22, 1967.

After Graduating from Navy Personnelman School, I was already playing on a Really Good Softball Team at The San Diego Naval Station and The Softball Team Players wanted me to “Put-In” to stay in San Diego, and Continue Playing on Their Great Softball Team, but As a Patriot, I “Put-In” for Active Duty in Vietnamthinking that although I would be in Danger, I would not be in “Real-Big Danger” and I would be able to get “Hazardous Duty Pay”  along with my Regular Pay.

As it turned-out, there were not any Openings in Vietnam, for a Navy Personnelman, but they decided to give me an Active Duty Assignment as close to Vietnam as possible and The Navy Gave me an Active Duty Assignment in Guam at Agana, Guam Naval Hospital (In Photo) in The Mariana Islands.

So when I got to The Guam Navy Hospital, I immediately asked if The Navy Hospital had a Football Team and they immediately told me that they did not have a Football Team, but that The Naval Air Station Flyers had a Really Good Football Team and that there was a Player at the Hospital that was playing on The NAS Flyers Football Team.

After I got situated at my desk, in my new Job in The Personnel Office, I got a hold of Linebacker Pete Murdock and asked him if I could go to Football Practice with him That Afternoon. And, of course, he said yes and he was just as excited as me.

When I got to The First Naval Air Station Football Practice, I found out that they had a lot of Really Great Looking Football Players and they already had a 4-0 Record. I also found-out real quick that they really still needed some help with their Passing Game and after the Coaches Found-Out that I had played in The Baylor Pro Spread-Offense and NFL Hall-Of-Fame Raymond Berry was my Pass-Receiving Mentor At Baylor, I was “Shocked” When They made me One of Their Naval Air Station Flyers Player/Coach in the Passing Spread Offense Game.

I also found out that, although they had a Great 4-0 Record, their Toughest Games and Tougher Teams were getting ready to Come-Up and they Needed a lot of help in The Passing Game. I was still in Pretty Good Shape and so I Immediately started “Working-On-The-Passing-Game” at that First  Afternoon Practice.

Their Quarterback, Mike Waterford (5-10, 175, 4.6) was Short, but he was Very Athletic and he had an Outstanding Arm. We also had some Good Wide Receivers, but none of them knew really exactly how to Run Correct Pass Patterns. After a Few days of working with The Quarterbacks and The Wide Receivers, they really made some Great Improvements. The Naval Air Station Flyers Originally had a One Wide Receiver Offense, but I Changed that to a Two-Wide Receiver Pro Offense Set and With a Flex Tight End.

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I also Found-Out that The Andersen Air Force Base Comets Football Team (In Photo) was probably the Best Team in The Guam International Military Football League, other than The Naval Air Station Flyers and each team would play each other Team Twice on a Home and Home Basis. The Naval Air Station Flyers Would Play The Andersen Air Force Base Comets Football Team in my Very First Game and then The Flyers Would Close their Season with a Rematch that would probably decide The Guam International Military Football League Championship and Receive The Championship Berth in The Second Annual Rice Bowl Game Championship Game.

After Four more games and Four more Victories, The National Air Station Flyers were Undefeated with an 8-0 Record and would now play The Andersen Air Force Comets. This Game was going to be one of the Biggest Games of the Season. The Flyers had a Few Injuries and were going to be Somewhat Limited on Defense. We also had a Couple Offensive Linemen who were going to be Weakened and could prove to be a Slight Problem.

My Day Job As A Personnelman Was Sensational!

My Day Job, as a Personnlman was To Check-In Injured Army Soldiers, Marine Soldiers, and Naval Soldiers and Airmen From The Vietnam War. With My Out-Going and Friendly Personality, I Became a Super-Star At Checking-In These Fabulous Injured People To The Guam Naval Hospital.

When I First Started, on Day-One, I Was Given a Desk, in The Personnel Office, With Three Other Personnelman, Which Was Great. Since I Was a Rookie in The Office, I Was Given Most of The “Check-Ins” and “Check-Outs From The Personnel Office. For About The Next Six Months, I Worked Out of My Desk In The Personnel Office.

In Checking-In These Severely Battle-Injured Army, Navy, and Marines, I Got To Know Every Single One of Them and Became Friends With Most of Them. As I Was Doing Such a Great Job, The Admiral of The Hospital Decided To Give Me My Own Personnel Office, Down The Hall. For The Next Ten Months, I Worked-Out of My Own Personnel Office.

In Checking-In These Soldiers and Naval Men, I Became Really Great Friends With Many of Them and Some of Them Shared With-Me Some Incredible Stories. One Story That I Will Never Forget Was a Story About a “Flying Saucer” That He and His Navy Submarine Buddies Had Seen “Coming-Up” From Out of The Ocean. Another Story Was About Two Other Flying Saucers Chasing Each Other and Making Impossible 90-Degree Turning Moves; and Still Another Flying Saucer Story That That Was Entering The Ocean.

Obviously, I Was Interested in All of These Flying Saucer Stories, but My Interest in These Guys and Their Stories, Got Them Excited About Talking To Me and Share Their Incredible Stories.

Comets Upset Flyers With 20-12 Victory!

A Crowd of an estimated 6,000 people watched the Sunday Night Game between The Andersen Air Force Base Comets and the previously Undefeated Naval Air Station Flyers. The Comets used an Unyielding Defense and a Fast-Moving, Well-Coordinated Offensive Attack in The Huge Upset Game.

The First Half was All The Comets as they moved the Football with ease and contained the Normally Explosive Offense to a Single Touchdown. The Tough-Running of Comets Fullback James Cook gave The NAS Flyers Defense problems all night as he made some Tough Yards and Scored a Touchdown on a One-Yard Plunge and The Comets took a 7-0 Lead after the Extra Kick.

The Flyers Bounced Right Back as Quarterback Mike Waterford, of West Memphis, Arkansas, hit Max Emfinger on a 48-Yard Touchdown Pass on a Post-Corner Pass Pattern to get The Flyers back into the Game. The Kick was missed, and The Comets still led with a 7-6 Score.

Then in the Closing Minutes of the First Half, The Comets were able to Score again on a 6-Yard Run by Cook and then their Kick was good again and they led 14-6 at Halftime.

The Comets got-off to a great Second Half as Quarterback Fitzgerald hit Wide Receiver Floyd Smith on about a 30-Yard Pass, got a great block, and broke-down the sideline for a 62-Yard Touchdown. The Kick was wide, but The Comets had their 20-Points for the Night.

The Comets Defense played Outstanding for most all of the night in keeping pressure on Quarterback Waterford as they gave-up a 6-Yard Touchdown to Jim McLennon. After the Touchdown, Waterford went for a Two-Point Conversion, but he got a bad snap and was unable to get the ball off. The Comets then held The Flyers for the rest of the game and Won with a 20-12 Upset Victory.

The Comets Defense was led by Outstanding Performances by Marshall Wheeler, George Hartman, Charlie Matte, and Kacemarek. The Flyers Defense was led by Defensive End George Wisenacky who recorded 12 Tackles and was all over the field in making Key Tackles.

On Offense, Quarterback Fitzgerald was Outstanding along with Fullback James Cook with Two Touchdowns and a lot of Tough Yardage. Comets Offensive Lineman Richard Armond also made some Key Blocks on both Touchdowns by Cook. Wide Receiver Floyd Smith was Very Impressive on his 62-Yard Touchdown Catch.

The Flyers were led by Quarterback Mike Waterford who passed for 166-Yards and Two Touchdowns and Flanker Back Max Emfinger who Caught 3 Passes for 106-Yards and a Touchdown. Two of my catches were “Post-Corner” Pass Patterns and the third catch was a “Quick Post” Pass Pattern.

Flyers Wide Receiver Jim McClendon also caught 3 Passes for 36-Yards and a Touchdown. Fullback Lee Vincent and Running Back Ron Dorsey also made some Tough Rushing Yards.

Next Week, The NAS Flyers would play The NCS Blue Devils in a Game That May Decide The Guam International Military Football League Championship. If The NCS Blue Devils should win The Game against The Naval Air Station Flyers, then the Two Teams Would have to play again for The Championship.

If The Naval Air station Flyers Win the Game, they will Finish with a 9-1 Record and Win the Berth into The Second Annual Rice Bowl Game Championship Game on November 25, 1967. The Winner of The Rice Bowl Game Championship will play in Japan against The Japan Intra Continential U.S. Navy Team for The 1967 All-Greater Pacific American Navy Championship.

1967 Rice Bowl Game

In that Guam Military Rice Bowl Football Championship GameI Returned The Opening Kickoff 87-Yards for a Touchdown, giving The Naval Air Station Flyers a 7-0 Lead and we Never Lost That Lead in a 28-14 Victory.

To go with my 87-Yard Opening Kickoff Return, I also Caught Five Passes for 138-Yards, Returned Three Punts for 46-Yards, and had an Interception Return for 16-Yards, giving me an Incredible 287-Yards of Total All-Purpose Yardage in The Guam Military Rice Bowl Football Championship Game and then I was Presented The MVP Award Trophy after The Game.

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1967 All-Greater Pacific Navy Football Championship Bowl – Tokyo, Japan

Then, a Couple Weeks later, on December 9, 1967, in The All-Greater Pacific Navy Football Championship Bowl Game, my Naval Air Station Flyers beat The Tokyo Japan All-Greater Navy All-Star Team, in Tokyo, Japan. In that Bowl GameI was also Voted as The Bowl Game MVP in The All-Greater Pacific Navy Championship Bowl Game in The 21-7 Naval Flyers Victory.

In that All-Greater Pacific Navy Championship Bowl GameI Caught Six Passes for 146-Yards, including a 38-Yard Touchdown. I also Returned Two Kickoffs for 66-Yards and Three Punts for 43-Yards, giving me 255-Yards of All-Purpose YardsAnd Yes! Both Navy Bowl Game Championships would have Qualified me for a Spot On my Weekly College Football MVP Awards.

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2019 College Football Power Five Conference Champions Super Elite 10 Pass Catchers! Ja’Marr Chase, CeeDee Lamb, K.J. Hill, Chris Olave, Justin Jefferson, Tee Higgins, Justyn Ross, Terrance Marshall, Jeremy Ruckert, and Thaddeus Moss! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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Ja’Marr Chase (#1) Was Selected as The Fred Biletnikoff Award Winner as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country and He was Also Selected To The Walter Camp Foundation All-American First-Team and The Sports Illustrated All-American First Team. Chase Helped Lead Joe Burrow (#9) To The Heisman Trophy Award And To-Become The First SEC Player in SEC History To-Pass for 4,000-Yards and 40 Touchdowns in a Single Season and Become The Most Honored Football Player in LSU Tigers School History.

2019 POWER FIVE CONFERENCE CHAMPION ALL-AMERICAN PASS CATCHERS WITH MEARS RATING

Power Five All-American Pass Catchers Includes Players From LSU, Ohio State, Clemson, Oklahoma, and Oregon!

THE POWER FIVE ALL-AMERICAN MEARS RATINGS

OFFENSE

PLAYER                                               Ht Wt  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
Dual QB Joe Burrow (#9) LSU    (6-4, 216, 4.56, 34, 4.32, 110)              3,000
Dual QB Trev Lawrence Clem SO (6-6, 220, 4.62, 36, 4.33, 118, 20)    2,990
Dual QB Justin Fields Ohio St SO (6-3, 223, 4.32, 34-5, 4.16, 126, 25) 2,985
Dual QB Justin Herbert Oregon (6-6, 237, 4.56, 34, 4.36, 110)               2,985
Dual QB Jalen Hurts Oklahoma  (6-2, 218, 4.48, 36, 4.19, 116)               2,980
AP-RB Travis Etienne Clemson   (5-10, 210, 4.32, 39, 4.13, 128, 20)     2,985
AP-RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20)   2,985
RB J.K. Dobbins Ohio State          (5-10, 217, 4.32, 39, 4.21, 128, 20)      2,985
RB C.J. Verdell Oregon  SO           (5-9, 210, 4.33, 38, 4.16, 126, 20)       2,980
RB Kennedy Brooks Oklahoma SO (5-11, 216, 4.38, 36, 4.3, 126)           2,952
WR Ja’Marr Chase LSU  SO            (6-1, 200, 4.38, 38, 4.09, 132, 10)      2,997
WR CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma         (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10)          2,995
SLOT K.J. Hill Ohio State                 (6-0, 199, 4.32, 40-5, 3.88, 128, 15)  2,985
SLOT Chris Olave Ohio State  SO  (6-1, 185, 4.33, 40, 4.19, 132, 10)        2,985
SLOT Charleton Rambo OU SO     (6-1, 175, 4.33, 38, 4.28, 128, 10)        2,970
L-FLK Justin Jefferson LSU           (6-3, 192, 4.37, 38-5, 4.2, 128, 10)      2,990
L-FLK Tee Higgins Clemson           (6-4, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 126, 19)         2,990
R-FLK Justyn Ross Clemson          (6-4, 205, 4.38, 38, 4.12, 128, 10)        2,990
R-FLK Terrance Marshall LSU SO(6-4, 209, 4.38, 36, 4.23, 120, 10)      2,985
TE Jeremy Ruckert Ohio State SO (6-6, 250, 4.56, 36, 4.26, 118, 20)      2,985
TE Thaddeus Moss LSU  SO            (6-3, 249, 4.52, 34, 4.32, 122, 20)        2,985    
L-OT Penei Sewell Oregon  SO       (6-5, 325, 4.92, 28, 29, 4.82, 112, 30) 2,990
L-OT Thayer Munford Ohio State (6-5, 310, 5.12, 28, 4.7. 118, 30)            2,935
L-OT Saahdic Charles LSU              (6-5, 295, 5.02, 28, 4.76, 118, 30)         2,915
L-OG Shane Lemieux Oregon         (6-4, 317, 4.96, 28, 4.82, 112, 35)         2,988
L-OG John Simpson Clemson        (6-4, 330, 5.2, 28, 4.98, 112, 30)           2,988
L-OG Jonah Jackson Ohio State   (6-4, 305, 5.12, 28, 4.86, 112, 30)          2,980
L-OG Adrian Magee LSU                  (6-4, 343, 5.26, 28, 5.02, 110, 30)         2,950
L-OG Marquis Hayes Okla  SO       (6-5, 330, 5.26, 24, 5.05, 110, 32)          2,930 
OC Lloyd Cushenberry, III LSU    (6-4, 315, 5.2, 28, 4.86, 112, 30)             2,975
OC Creed Humphrey OU SO           (6-5, 315, 5.12, 28, 4.83, 118, 30)           2,975
OC Josh Myers Ohio State SO        (6-5, 310, 5.11, 30, 5.01, 116, 30)            2,975
R-OG Wyatt Davis Ohio State SO (6-4, 313, 5.02, 28, 4.79, 110, 30)           2,990
R-OG Damien Lewis LSU                (6-3, 332, 5.02, 37-5, 4.72, 122, 40)       2,976
R-OG Gage Cervenka Clemson      (6-3, 325, 5.02, 28, 4.92, 116, 30)          2.910
R-OT Andrew Thomas Georgia     (6-6, 320, 5.1, 28, 4.3, 110, 30)               2,990
R-OT Calvin Throckmorton Oregon (6-5, 318, 5.1, 28, 4.76, 110, 30)        2,976   
R-OT Tremayne Anchrum Clem   (6-2, 315, 4.92, 30, 4.78, 116, 30)           2,976   
R-OT Branden Bowen Ohio State (6-7, 315, 5.12, 28, 4.88, 116, 32)            2,928
R-OT Adrian Ealy Oklahoma          (6-6, 328, 5.22, 28, 5.02, 108, 30)         2,926

DEFENSE

PLAYER                                             HT   WT  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
EDGE Chase Young Ohio State   (6-5, 265, 4.45, 32, 4.3, 126, 35)              2,998
EDGE Kayvon Thibodeaux Ore TF-AA (6-5, 242, 4.5, 32, 4.3, 116, 30)    2,994
EDGE K’Lavon Chasson LSU SO (6-4, 250, 4.56, 37, 4.31, 126, 30)           2,990
EDGE Jalen Redmond OU RF      (6-3, 266, 4.53, 36, 4.33, 126, 30)          2,972
S-DE Rashard Lawrence LSU      (6-3, 317, 4.92, 32, 4.83, 116, 30)            2,984
S-DE Ronnie Perkins OU SO        (6-4, 251, 4.66, 32, 4.36, 120, 30)           2,952
S-DE Tyreke Smith Ohio State    (6-4, 267, 4.62, 32, 4.52, 116, 30)            2,932
NG Neville Gallimore OU              (6-2, 311, 4.72, 32, 4.4, 116, 30)                2,977
NG Tyler Davis Clemson TF-AA (6-2, 295, 5.0, 32, 4.8, 110, 30)                 2,940
DT Jashon Cornell Ohio State    (6-3, 285, 4.76, 32, 4.5, 120, 30)              2,970
DT Davon Hamilton Ohio State (6-4, 310, 5.06, 28, 4.86, 116, 30)            2,940 
WLB Isaiah Simmons Clemson  (6-4, 230, 4.36, 39, 4.15, 129, 25)           2,996
WLB Chad Smith Clemson           (6-3, 245, 4.56, 40, 4.0, 126, 20)            2,980
WLB Patrick Queen LSU               (6-2, 227, 4.4, 38-5, 4.22, 128, 20)         2,964
MLB Ken Murray Oklahoma       (6-2, 234, 4.42, 36, 4.24, 126, 25)           2,966
MLB Troy Dye Oregon                    (6-4, 226, 4.48, 36, 4.34, 126, 20)          2,995
MLB Jacob Phillips LSU                (6-4, 230, 4.52, 36, 4.32, 122, 22)           2,978
SLB Tanner Muse Clemson          (6-3, 230, 4.36, 38, 4,16, 126, 20)           2,990
SLB Malik Harrison Ohio State  (6-3, 251, 4.44, 36, 4.22, 122, 30)           2,980
L-CB Kristian Fulton LSU              (6-1, 188, 4.32, 38, 4.12, 128, 10)           2,986
L-CB Damon Arnette Ohio State (6-0, 195, 4.33, 38, 4.16, 128, 10)           2,980
L-CB A.J. Terrell Clemson             (6-2, 190, 4.36, 39, 4.13, 128, 18)           2,970
R-CB Derek Stingley LSU TF-AA (6-1, 190, 4.3, 42, 4.19, 128, 15)              2,995
R-CB Jeff Okudah Ohio State       (6-1, 200, 4.32, 38, 4.22, 128, 10)          2,995
R-CB Parnell Motley Oklahoma  (6-1, 180, 4.38, 36, 4.12, 126, 10)           2,975
SS Grant Delpit LSU                         (6-3, 203, 4.37, 38, 4.04, 128, 20)        2,995
SS K’Von Wallace Clemson           (5-11, 205, 4.42, 39, 4.21, 126, 20)        2,985
FS Jordan Fuller Ohio State          (6-2, 205, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 22}        2,980
FS Jacoby Stevens LSU                   (6-2, 228, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 20)         2,980

SPECIAL TEAMS

Kicker Gabe Brkic Oklahoma    (6-2, 196)                  (17-17 FG,   99 PTS    2,910
Kicker Cade York LSU TF-AA    (6-2, 189, 4.72)       (21-25 FG, 137 PTS   2,900
Kicker Blake Haubeil Ohio St    (6-4, 225)                 (10-12 FG, 113 PTS    2,900
Kicker B.T. Potter Clemson SO (5-10, 180)               (12-19 FG, 110 PTS    2,900
Punter Drue Chrisman Ohio St (6-3, 220, 4.82)      (44.1 Ave, 61 Long    2,900
Punter Zach Von Rosenberg LSU (6-5, 240)             (42.7 Ave, 57 Long    2,900
Punter Will Spiers Clemson       (6-5, 220)                 (42.5 Ave, 64 Long   2,900
Punter Reeves Mundschau Okla (5-11, 180)              (42.2 Ave, 67 Long   2,900
K-RET Travis Etienne Clemson (5-10, 210, 4.32, 39, 4.13, 128, 20)          2,985
K-RET Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20)     2,985
P-RET CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10)              2,995

SPECIAL SCOUTING NOTES II

Most High School and College Football Players Do Not Even Know What Their Measurables Are and You Would Think That They Would Know, But They Do Not. Many Times, a High School Football Player or a College Football Player Will List what he thinks is His Best Forty-Yard Dash Time as a 4.8 and Then Twenty Minutes Later He Will-Run a 4.6 Forty or better. 

In Evaluating These Final All-American Football Players, I Did a Tremendous Amount of Evaluation Research, Including The Highlight Film Evaluations on 100% of The Top-Rated Players. All of Their Forties Are as Accurate as Possible and Many of These Forties Were Shocking.

Most All of The Vertical Jumps, Which is a Jumping Measurable, Were Accurate and Their Standing Broad Jumps Were Approximated and Based on Their Vertical Jump. Their Bench Press Reps Were Based on Their Maximum Bench Press and Given The Maximum Points Past Their Position Standards.

Kickers, Punters, and Offensive Linemen Either Do Not Go To Camps or Do Not Do Well and Are Evaluated By The Super Scout!

 

 

 

College Football Weekly MVP’S Week #15 
 By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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FAB 5 DUAL QUARTERBACK MVP’S WEEK #15
FAB 5 ALL-PURPOSE RB MVP’S WEEK #15
SUPER ELITE TOP 10 PASS CATCHERS WEEK #15
SUPER ELITE OFFENSIVE LINEMEN – WEEK #15
SUPER ELITE TOP 20 DEFENSIVE MVP’S – WEEK #15

MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

POWER FIVE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
SUPER ELITE TOP 10 PASS CATCHERS #15

WR Ja’Marr Chase LSU  SO            (6-1, 200, 4.38, 38, 4.09, 132, 10)      2,997
WR CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma         (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10)          2,995
SLOT K.J. Hill Ohio State                 (6-0, 199, 4.32, 40-5, 3.88, 128, 15)  2,985
SLOT Chris Olave Ohio State  SO  (6-1, 185, 4.33, 40, 4.19, 132, 10)        2,985
L-FLK Justin Jefferson LSU           (6-3, 192, 4.37, 38-5, 4.2, 128, 10)      2,990
L-FLK Tee Higgins Clemson           (6-4, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 126, 19)        2,985
R-FLK Justyn Ross Clemson          (6-4, 205, 4.38, 38, 4.12, 128, 10)       2,990
R-FLK Terrance Marshall LSU SO(6-4, 209, 4.38, 36, 4.23, 120, 10)      2,985
TE Jeremy Ruckert Ohio State SO (6-6, 250, 4.56, 36, 4.26, 118, 20)      2,985
TE Thaddeus Moss LSU  SO            (6-3, 249, 4.52, 34, 4.32, 122, 20)       2,985 

ELITE 10 HONORABLE MENTION PASS CATCHERS

R-FLK Austin Mack Ohio State    (6-2, 215, 4.4, 38, 4.16, 126, 15)             2,978
L-FLK Juwan Johnson Oregon     (6-4, 231, 4.32, 34, 4.12, 118, 15)          2,976
L-FLK Binjimen Victor Ohio St   (6-5, 199, 4.33, 36, 4.16, 120, 15)           2,975
R-FLK Joe Ngata Clemson  TF      (6-3, 215, 4.42, 36, 4.16, 122, 15)          2,975
WR Garrett Wilson Ohio St
TF    (6-0, 188, 4.4, 36, 4.2, 128, 10)              2,975
WR Charleton Rambo OU SO       (6-1, 175, 4.33, 38, 4.28, 128, 10)          2,970
WR Johnny Johnson III Oregon (6-0, 199, 4.42, 36, 4.22, 10)                   2,968 
SLOT Amari Rodgers Clemson      (5-10, 210, 4.46, 36, 4.26, 120, 15)      2,965
L-FLK Diondre Overton Clemson (6-4, 210, 4.36, 32, 4.16, 118, 10)        2,963
SLOT Jaylon Redd Oregon              (5-8, 180, 4.36, 38, 4.13, 126, 10)        2,060

SPECIAL SCOUTING NOTES

Sophomore = SO
True Freshman All-American = TF-AA
Redshirt Freshman = RF

POWER FIVE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
SUPER ELITE TOP 10 PASS CATCHERS
WEEK #15

WEEK #15 SUPER ELITE TOP 10 ALL-PURPOSE/PASS CATCHING WIDE RECEIVER AND TIGHT END MVP’S INCLUDE:

WR Ja’Marr Chase (6-1, 200, 4.38, 38, 4.09, 132, 10) With 3 Catches For 41-Yards and 1 Touchdown in The SEC Conference Championship Game; Which Might Not Sound Like an MVP, But This is The Game For Chase After Catching 8 Passes For 227-Yards and 3 TD in Game #12 Against The #1 Team in The Country. After 13 Games, in The 2019 Season, Sophomore Chase (#1) Has Recorded an Incredible 73 Pass-Catches For 1,498-Yards and an Incredible 18 Touchdown Catches In a 13-0 Season Before The Peach Bowl on December 28 and With another Incredible 20.52 Yards Per Catch Average.

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Walter Camp Foundation All-American First-Team
The Sports Illustrated All-American First Team 
The Fred Biletnikoff Award
– Best Wide Receiver In College Football –

With all of These Mind-Boggling Pass-Catching Stats, Chase (#1) Was Also Selected as The Fred Biletnikoff Award Winner as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country and He was Also Selected To The Walter Camp Foundation All-American First-Team and The Sports Illustrated All-American First Team.

One of The Most Incredible Assets of Ja’Marr Chase is That He Long-Jumped 24-2 Feet, in High School, Which is One of His Greatest Athletic Achievements and These Tremendous Jumping Skills Have Helped Him Catch Incredible Passes as He Tied The SEC Conference Record For Touchdown Pass Receptions in a Season With 18 Touchdown Pass-Catches.

Chase Also Led The Country in Touchdown Catches With 18 and In  Receiving Yards with 1,498-Yards With 73 Catches. Chase is the only player in The LSU Tigers School History With Two 200-Yard Receiving Games During The Regular Season. 

WR Tee Higgins (6-4, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 126, 19) With 9 Catches For 182-Yards and 3 Touchdowns in The ACC Conference Championship Game, both Bests in an ACC Championship Game. With This Incredible Game, With 9 Pass-Catches For 182-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, Higgins Was Awarded With The ACC Conference Championship Game MVP Award. Higgins is One of The Best All-Time Wide Receivers in The Clemson Tigers History, and There is an Interesting Discussion Concerning Him After The Tigers 62-17 Victory Over The Virginia Cavaliers in The ACC Conference Championship Game.

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In This ACC Conference Championship Game, Tee Higgins (#5) Caught 7 Passes For 117-Yards and 2 Touchdowns…In The First Half. He Then Added 65-Yards and Another Touchdown in The Second Half, Giving Him The 9 Catches For 182-Yards and 3 Touchdowns in The ACC Conference Championship Game, both Bests in an ACC Championship Game and The ACC Conference Championship Game MVP Award. The #3 Ranked Defending National Champions Completely Demolished The #22 Ranked Virginia Cavaliers For Their Fifth ACC Conference Championship. The Tigers Also Won Their 28th Straight Game and Became The First ACC Conference Program To-Win 28 Games in a Row.

In The ACC Conference Championship Game, Early in The Second Quarter, The Clemson Tigers Were Winning 17-7, But They Were Facing a Second and Six At Midfield When Super Quarterback Trevor Lawrence Was Flushed Out of The Pocket and He Threw to Higgins on The Right Sideline. Lawrence Thought That The Pass Was Way Out of Bounds, But The Football Came-Down In The General Vicinity of Where Higgins Had Run His Pass-Pattern. Lawrence Had Thrown The Football To a Spot Where He Thought The Football Would Go Out-Of-Bounds, Before He Was Going To-Be Tackled For a Loss. No one Told Higgins That The Football Was Going Out-Of-Bounds and Save The Loss, and So He Reached-Out With His 6-4 Frame and and With His Left Foot In-Bounds and Grabbed The Pass For The Most Incredible Pass-Catch of The Season That Went for 7-Yards and an Unbelievable First-Down.

This Pass-Catch Was a Perfect Example of The Incredible Pass-Catching Talent of Higgins. At 6-4 and 215 Pounds, Higgins Is a Physical Mismatch Against Every Single Cornerback Defender Trying To Cover Him.

With This 7-Yard Touchdown Pass-Catch In The Second Quarter to put the Tigers up 30-7 in The ACC Conference Championship Game. This Touchdown Pass-Catch Was His Second Touchdown Pass-Catch of The Game, and With This Pass-Catch, Higgins Becomes The First Clemson Tiger Player in School History To-Catch a Multiple of Touchdowns in Three Consecutive Games. Higgins Also Has a Five-Game Touchdown Streak With a Touchdown and Posted The 11th 1,000-Yard Receiving Season in Clemson School History.

Higgins Finished The 13-0 Regular Season in 2019 With 52 Pass-Catches For 1,083-Yards and 13 Touchdowns, With a 20.8 Yards Per Catch Average. He Earned a Berth on The Atlantic Coast Conference Second Team in 2018 and First Team in 2019. Higgins Caught 59 Passes and 12 Touchdowns in 2018. 

AP/WR/KO CeeDee Lamb (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10) With 8 Catches For 173-Yards and He Had 2 Punt Returns For Another 1-Yard, Giving Him 174-Yards of Total Offense and 1 Touchdown in The Big-12 Championship Game.

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In 2017, as a Freshman, Lamb (#2) Caught 46 Passes For 807-Yards and 7 Touchdowns and Then in 2018, as a Sophomore, He Caught 65 Passes For 1,158-Yards and 11 More Touchdowns. Then, in 2019, Lamb Was Outstanding as He Caught 58 Passes For 1,208-Yards and 14 Touchdowns and He Had a Sensational 20.83 Yards Per Catch Average. With This Spectacular Junior Season, Lamb Was Selected as One of The Fred Biletnikoff Award Finalists as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country and Finished Second Behind Ja’Marr Chase. Lamb Also Joined Chase on The Walter Camp Foundation First Team All-American and The Sports Illustrated First Team All-American. As a Senior in High School, Lamb Was Unbelievably Sensational as He Caught 98 Passes for 2,032-Yards and 33 Touchdowns and a 20.73 Average Per Catch. He Also Had 3 Punt Returns For Touchdown, Giving Him 36 Touchdowns.

Lamb Has Incredible Hands and Incredible Ball-Skills and Super-Star Quarterback Jalen Hurts Uses Him as His Favorite Target. In Several Highlight Films, Lamb Made Several Unbelievable One-Handed Catches and He Also Made “One Mind-Bogging” Diving Catch For a Touchdown in The Back of The End-Zone. Obviously, I Have Not Seen Every Great Wide Receiver in College Football, but Chase and Lamb Finished One and Two in The Fred Biletnikoff Award Trophy Finalists as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country and I Would Have To Say That They Are The Two Very Best, With Higgins and Jefferson in College Football.

WR Justin Jefferson (6-3, 192, 4.37, 38-5, 4.2, 128, 10) With 7 Catches For 115-Yards and 1 Touchdown in The SEC Conference Championship Game; But This is His Fourth College Football MVP Award of The 13-0 Season. In Week #2 of The Season, Against The Texas Longhorns, Jefferson Caught 9 Passes For 163-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and Then in Week #5 Against Utah State, Jefferson Caught Another 9 Passes For 155-Yards and 2 More Touchdowns.

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Then, in Game #6, Against The Florida Gators, Jefferson Caught 10 Passes For 123-Yards and Another Touchdown. In Game #10, Against The Ole Miss Rebels, Jefferson Caught 9 Passes For 112-Yards. For The 13-0 Season, Before The Semi-Final Peach Bowl Game, Jefferson Had Caught an Incredible 88 Pass-Catches From Joe Burrow For 1,207-Yards and an Incredible 14 Touchdowns, Just Behind Ja’Marr Chase, Who Was Selected as The Fred Biletnikoff Award Winner as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country.

WR Justyn Ross (6-4, 205, 4.38, 38, 4.12, 128, 10) With 3 Catches For 94-Yards and 1 Touchdown and an Incredible 31.3-Yards Per Catch Average in The ACC Conference Championship Game; and Although He Has Had Other Incredible Games, Like in The 2019 National Championship Game Against The Alabama Crimson Tide When He Caught 6 Passes For 153-Yards and a Touchdown In-Helping Lead The Clemson Tigers To The 2019 National Championship.

SANTA CLARA, CA - JANUARY 07: Justyn Ross #8 of the Clemson Tigers makes a one handed reception against the Alabama Crimson Tide during the College Football Playoff National Championship held at Levi's Stadium on January 7, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. Clemson defeated Alabama 44-16. (Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/Getty Images)

Justyn Ross (#8) Might Be The Biggest Super Freak In This Super Wide Receiver Pass-Catch Story. He Arrived on The Clemson Tigers Campus From The State of Alabama As The Hottest Wide Receiver Prospect in The Country. With His Physical Assets, Including Size, Speed, and Strength, He Was a Critical “Must-Sign” Recruit For Both The Alabama Crimson Tide and The Auburn Tigers, But Both of Them Could Not Keep Him at Home; And After a Slow Start, The Total Impact of Justyn Ross To The Clemson Tigers Has Been Unbelievably Staggering.

The Staggering Impact By Justyn Ross is A Lot More Than Just Catching The Deep-Pass-Catch For Incredible Touchdown Passes From Super-Star Quarterback Trevor Lawrence. It Was More Like Giving Lawrence The Confidence That He Would Go-Up and Catch The 50-50 Passes When Most Receivers Would Not. The Big-Play Skills of Ross After The catch and His Uncanny Ability To High-Point 50-50 Balls Already Place Him Among The Super Elite at His Position.

In The Late Going, Of The Third Quarter of The 2019 National Championship Game Against The Alabama Crimson Tide, The Clemson Tigers Held a 37-16 Lead, But Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban Was Very Familiar With This Stage of The Game and He Knew That The Game Was Not Over. 

SANTA CLARA, CA - JANUARY 07:  Justyn Ross #8 and Trevor Lawrence #16 of the Clemson Tigers react against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T at Levi's Stadium on January 7, 2019 in Santa Clara, California.  (Photo

In 2018, Star True-Freshman Quarterback Trevor Lawrence (#16) Was Having a Tremendous Game, in Up-Setting The Tide Defense Like Few Other Offenses Had Ever Done. It Was On a 3rd Down and 9 To-Go and He Had Just Thrown The Pass, But The Football Was Drifting Behind The Intended Target, But That Intended Target Was Fellow True-Freshman Justyn Ross.

Now Remember! There Were Literally 100 NFL Scouts Watching This Game, As Ross Leaps-Up (In The Photo Above) and Extends His Hand Over The Crimson Tide Defender And Snatches The Pass! The Incredible Play Happened As The Football Hardly Moved From The Second That It Arrived in His Control. Four Plays Later, The Clemson Tigers Scored Again and With The Kick, Had a Comfortable Advantage With a 44-16 Lead.

“Justyn Ross Can Be as Good as he wants to be,” says Clemson Co-Offensive Coordinator Tony Elliott. “He is As good as Anyone We Have Ever  had.”

Ross Was Selected To Several Freshman All-American Teams as He Recorded 46 Pass-Catches For a Clemson Tigers Team-High 1,000-Yards and With 9 Touchdowns. He Also Earned All-Bowl Team Honors From Several Selections, Including The Associated Press. Ross Also Scored a Touchdown on a 15-Yard Pass-Catch in His First College Football Game Against Furman.

After The First 13 Games, In 2019, Ross Had Recorded 55 Pass-Catches For 742-Yards and 8 Touchdowns. He Also Had Averaged 13.5-Yards Per Catch, But The Interesting Thing About This Super-Star is That Against Top 25 Teams, Ross Had Averaged an Impressive 18.8-Yards Per Catch.

Obviously, The NFL Scouts Can Not Wait Until Both Justyn Ross and His Quarterback Trevor Lawrence Can Be Drafted #1 Into The NFL,

WR Chris Olave (6-1, 185, 4.33, 40, 4.19, 132, 10) With 5 Catches For 94-Yards, Including a Beautiful 50-Yard Pass-Catch in The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Victory Over Wisconsin; and Although This is Only His Second College Football Weekly MVP Award, His First Weekly MVP Was Against The Rutgers Scarlet Knights in Week #9 As He Caught 4 Passes For 139-Yards, Including One of The Most Incredible Pass-Catches of The Year in The Big-10 Conference and Also in The FBS College Football Season This Year in The Entire Country.

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Early in The Third Quarter with The Buckeyes Already Leading 35-7, The Incredible Super-Star Chris Olave Was Sprinting Down The Right Sideline and as He Entered The End-Zone He Was Bowled-Over by a Couple of The Rutgers Scarlet Knight Defenders. It Was Immediately Called A Pass Interference, but The Football Was Already in The Air and Coming-Down and While Olave Was Falling-Back To The Ground, He Made an Incredible and Spectacular Pass-Catch as He Kept His Hands on The Football, and Was Able To-Grab The Football Around His Ankles and Keep From Hitting The Ground. Just The Fact Olave Was Able To-Grab The Football and Hold on To It Against His Legs While Getting Past The Contact Was Amazing.

Of Course, The Obvious Pass Interference Penalty Was Declined By The Ohio State Buckeyes Head Football Coach Ryan Day.

The Ohio State Buckeyes Freak Wide Receiver Chris Olave is Unbelievably Versatile and He Can Do So Many Other Things Than Just Make Spectacular Touchdown Pass-Catches. This is Only His Second Year With The #2 Ranked Ohio State Buckeyes and He is Already One of Their Top All-Purpose Players.

Olave Has Already Blocked a Punt, Leads All Ohio State Pass Receivers in Pass-Catching Yardage With an Incredible 799-Yards and Touchdown Pass-Catches With 11, and an Average Yards Per Catch With 16.4 Yards Per Catch.

In 2018, As A True-Freshman, Chris Olave Was an Unbelievable Difference-Maker For The Buckeyes, making a Huge Name for Himself as a Big-Play True-Freshman Wide Receiver and Also on The Ohio State Buckeye Special Teams. After Catching Only 2 Passes in The First Nine Games, Olave Finished The 2018 Season With 199-Yards of Pass-Catching Yardage, 3 Touchdowns, and an Incredible 16.4 Yards Per Catch Average.

In Those Last Five Games, Olave Was Unbelievable. In The Tenth Game, He Caught 2 Touchdown Passes and Blocked a Punt, Leading To Another Touchdown, in The 62-39 Victory In The Michigan Wolverines Game. His Two Touchdowns Against The Wolverines Were Both For 24-Yards. Then, a Week Later, Against The #21 Northwestern Wildcats in The Big-10 Conference Championship Game, Olave Had a Career-High 5 Catches For 79-Yards and A Touchdown In The Buckeyes To 45-24 Win Over The Wildcats.

Olave Sat-Out His Junior Year in High School at Mission Hills, California  After Transferring From Eastlake High School. Since He Did Not Play as a Junior, he Was Never Able To-Get on The Major College Coaching Lists, To Be Heavily Recruited, But He Became A High School Senior Super Freak.

In His Senior Year in High School, Olave Was a Three-Sport Super Athlete in Football, Basketball, and Track. In Track, Olave Ran a 10.8 in The 100-Meters  and He Also Long-Jumped 23-Feet, Six Inches. In Football, Olave Caught Two Touchdown Passes of 82-Yards and 18-Yards; Plus a 60-Yard Punt Return For A Touchdown in The Quarter-Final Game, Heading To The Championship. 

Then, In The San Diego Section Open Division State Championship Game, Olave Caught 12 Passes for 150-Yards and a Touchdown and Finished his Incredible Senior Season With Record-Breaking Pass-Catches as He Caught  93 Passes for a San Diego Section-Record With 1,764-Yards and 26 Touchdowns as Mission Hills Posted a 12-1 Record.

Chris Olave is an Ohio State Buckeye Head Coach Ryan Day Special Recruit. Although Olave Was Not That Heavily Recruited on a The Nationwide-Basis, Head Coach Ryan Day Ironically Discovered Him on a Recruiting Trip To California. Olave Was Sensational as a True Freshman and He Was Even More Sensational as a Sophomore, in Helping The Ohio State Buckeyes and Their Tremendous Passing Success in 2019. Chris Olave Will Eventually Become a Super Freak In The NFL.

WR Terrance Marshall (6-4, 209, 4.38, 36, 4.23, 120, 10) With 5 Catches For 89-Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The SEC Conference Championship Game; Giving Him 37 Catches For 545-Yards and an Amazing 10 Touchdowns After a 13-0 Start. Marshall Made a 7-Yard Pass-Catch in The First Quarter With 12-Seconds Left To-Give The LSU Tigers a 14-0 Lead and Then Marshall Caught a 4-Yard Touchdown Pass in The Third Quarter, Giving The Tigers a 27-3 Lead in The SEC Conference Championship Game; Against The Georgia Bulldogs.

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Marshall (#6) Has Just Beaten Two or Three Georgia Bulldog Defenders and He Has Just Finished Making His First 7-Yard Touchdown Pass-Catch In The First-Quarter With 12-Seconds Left To-Give The LSU Tigers Their 14-0 Lead In The SEC Conference Championship Game; in The Mercedes-Benz Football Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

Terrance Marshall is a Very Special Athletic Freak That Brings an Incredible Blend of Size, Speed, Quickness, and a Huge Target Down The Sidelines or on a Quick Slant, Across The Middle. Marshall Ran a 4.5 Forty in High School When He Was a Five-Star #1 Wide Receiver Recruit and #1 Prospect In The State of Louisiana, Coming-Out of Bossier City Parkway High School, With Over 30 Scholarship Offers.

As a Junior in High School, Marshall Caught 55 Passes For 1,250-Yards, But He Was Injured For Most of His Senior Season. Since His 4.5 Forty in High School, Marshall Has Since Recorded a 4.38 Forty or Better and He Has Also Recorded a Couple of Pro-Shuttles in The 4.23 Area.

Two Other Unbelievable Talents For Marshall Are His Uncanny Ability To-Be Able To Grab The Football Completely-Out of a Defenders Hands. With His Huge Hands and Skills, Heisman Trophy Award Winning Quarterback Joe Burrow Discovered Him Real Early in The First Game of The Season and He Realized That Marshall Was a Tremendous Target For Short Passes in The Red-Zone, as Evident in This SEC Conference Championship Game.

Marshall Also Runs Great Pass-Routes and Creates Great Separation From Defenders in Really Tight Spaces and He Also Has Tremendous Hands and Makes Really Tough Catches in Traffic; Just like in This Game With a 7-Yard Touchdown Pass-Catch in The First Quarter With 12-Seconds Left and Then He Had a 4-Yard Touchdown Pass-Catch in The Third Quarter.

Marshall is The Third Incredible Member of The LSU Tigers Record-Setting Wide Receiver Team, Alongside The Fred Biletnikoff Award Winner Ja’Marr Chase and All SEC Conference Wide Receiver Justin Jefferson and They All Three Started in The First Game of The 2019 Season, Along With Super Tight End Thaddeus Moss and Super All-Purpose Running Back Clyde “The Spin-Move” Edwards-Helaire, But Something Happened in That Fourth Game After The First Three Games, But The First Game Still Was Especially Special For Marshall as Burrow Found Him For Three Touchdowns.

In That First Game of The Season, Against Georgia Southern, Marshall Only Caught 4 Passes For 31-Yards, But Burrow Found Him For Three Touchdown Pass-Catches. Those 3 Touchdown Passes Included an 8-Yard Touchdown in The Second Quarter; Another 3-Yard Touchdown in The Second Quarter; and Still Another 11-Yard Touchdown in The Second Quarter.

The LSU Tigers Unleashed Their New Spread Offense Scheme and They Scored 21 Points in The First Quarter Which is a Feat That They Had Never Done in Recent History. Their 55 Total Points Scored Was The Most in a Non-Overtime Game Since Scoring 63 Points Against New Mexico State in 2014. 

In One of The Most Incredible Games Ever in FBS College Football History, The LSU Tigers Had Three Wide Receivers Against The Texas Longhorns That Caught Passes For Over 100-Yards. Jefferson Caught 9 Passes For 163-Yards and 3 Touchdowns; Marshall Caught 6 Passes For 123-Yards and a Touchdown; and Chase Caught 8 Passes For 147-Yards. Moss Also Caught 2 Passes For Another 61-Yards. Burrow Passed For 471-Yards Against The Texas Longhorns, and The LSU Tigers Beat The Longhorns By a 45-38 Score. 

Marshall Started All 10 of The Games That He Played. He is Also The Third Fabulous Wide Receiver For The Heisman Trophy Award Winning Quarterback Joe Burrow and Burrow Has Used All Three of Them. 

After The Fourth Game of The 2019 Football Season, Against Vanderbilt, Terrance Marshall Was The Leading Pass Receiver For The LSU Tigers and He Was Also Leading The Country in Touchdown Pass-Catches With 6 Touchdowns, With 20 Catches For 304-Yards, But in This Vanderbilt Game, Marshall Was Injured and He Missed The Next Three Straight Games Against Utah State, The Florida Gators, and The Mississippi State Bulldogs.

After Having Foot Surgery and Missing The Three Games, Marshall Came Back, Into The Starting Lineup Against The Auburn Tigers and Caught 2 Passes For 29-Yards and a Touchdown. Heisman Trophy Award Winning Quarterback Joe Burrow Threw 48 Touchdowns in 13 Games and He Averaged 3.69 Touchdowns Per Game, But Burrow Only Threw One Touchdown Against The Auburn Tigers and it Was To Marshall.

As Burrow Was Getting Use-To The Privilege and Advantage of Having and Using Terrance Marshall Again, He Quickly Hit Him on a Crucial and Critical 20-Yard Touchdown Pass With 12:28 Left in The Second Quarter, Giving The LSU Tigers a Huge Confidence-Builder With a 7-3 Lead.

Super Wide Receivers Ja’Marr Chase and  Terrance Marshall, Along With  Super Tight End Thaddeus Moss Will Become The LSU Tiger Record-Setting Starters in 2020 and They Will Become Top 2021 NFL Draft Choices. 

WR K.J. Hill (6-1, 199, 4.32, 40-5, 3.88, 128, 15) With 7 Pass-Catches For 83-Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The Big-10 Conference Championship Game; and Entering The Wisconsin Badgers Game With 188 Career Pass-Catches, He Only Needed 4 Pass-Catches From Breaking The David Boston Ohio State Buckeyes Career Pass-Catchng RecordWide Receiver K.J. Hill (#14) is Carrying The Football Down The Football Field of The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Against The Wisconsin Badgers in Their 34-21 Victory For The Buckeyes

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With This Pass-Catching Effort, Hill Became The Ohio State Buckeyes All-Time School Leader in Pass-Catches For The Buckeyes; Passing David Boston. His First Touchdown Was a 16-Yard Pass-Catch in The Third Quarter With 2:23 Left in The Third Quarter and Gave The Buckeyes a 24-21 Lead. His Second Touchdown Came Shortly Later in The Fourth Quarter With a 13-Yard Touchdown With 12:04 Left in The Game and Gave The Bucks a 31-21 Lead.

After The Wisconsin Badgers Game, Hill Had 57 Pass-Catches For 636-Yards and 10 Touchdowns For The Year; Plus Incredible Career Stats With 201 Pass-Catches For 2,322-Yards and 20 Touchdowns. Hill and His Buckeye Teammates Remain 13-0 and Undefeated. Hill and Olave Should be The Two Main Targets of Super-Star Quarterback Justin Fields in The First Playoff Game Against The Clemson Tigers. Hill Finished The Game With More Pass-Catches Than Any Ohio State Buckeye Player in Buckeye School History, During That Second Half When The Buckeyes Scored 27 Unanswered Points.

At his 70 Pass-Catch Pace from Last Season, It Was Thought That Hill Would Have Broken The Pass-Catch Record A Few Games Ago, But With The Heavier Run-Emphasis, Hill Had To-Wait Until The Game #13 To-Break The Record.

“I just Wanted To-Lead The Team to The Big-10 Conference Championship,” Hill said. “I Know how it feels to be In That Stadium with The Confetti Falling, and I Wanted That Feeling Again For My Senior Year and I Got it.”

TE Jeremy Ruckert (6-6, 250, 4.56, 36, 4.26, 118, 20) With an Incredible One-Handed, Clutch Catch, in The Back of The End-Zone For a Touchdown To Start The Ohio State Buckeyes Comeback Victory Against The Wisconsin Badgers and Cut The Badgers Lead To 21-14 in The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Victory.

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In The Ohio State Buckeyes Season Opening Game Against The Florida Atlantic Owls, Jeremy Ruckert (#88) Was Incredible as He Caught 4 Passes, Including 2 Pass Catches For Touchdowns. In That Florida Atlantic Game, Justin Fields Passed For 234-Yards and 4 Touchdowns and Ran For Another 61-Yards and a Touchdown; While J.K. Dobbins Rushed For 91-yards and a Touchdown and Had 1 Pass-Catch For Another 14-Yards and Ruckert Had 4 Pass-Catches For 38-Yards, Including a 25-Yard Touchdown Catch in The First Quarter, Giving The Buckeyes a 14-0 Lead and a 3-Yard Touchdown-Catch in The Second Quarter, Giving Them a 35-6 Lead.

Oh Yes! Chase Young Recorded 1.5 Sacks and Jeff Okudah Recorded 6 Tackles, 1 Tackle for a Loss, and 1 Pass Breakup. So, it Appeared That Fields, Dobbins, and Ruckert Were Going To-Be The Ohio State Stars on Offense and Young and Okudah Were Gong To-Be The Ohio State Stars On Defense, But It Did Not Happen That Way.

In The Ohio State Buckeyes Next 11 Games, The Super Tight End Freak Jeremy Ruckert, Had a Grand Total of Only 8 Pass-Catches and Only 1 Touchdown. With All of The Other Ohio State Buckeye Super Stars Being Voted To The Big-10 Conference First Team and Various All-American Teams, Where Has Jeremy Ruckert Been?

So With The Super Sophomore Tight End Made The Ohio State Buckeyes “Play Of The Game” There Seems To-Be The Obvious Temptation To Believe That It Was Long Overdue, But With a 13-0 Record and in The Playoffs, It is Difficult To See Anything Wrong, But The Buckeyes May Have Finally  Rediscovered Ruckert as a Huge and Outstanding Target.

In The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Against The Wisconsin Badgers, All-American Quarterback Justin Fields and The Buckeyes Offensive Line Had Struggled in The Early Part of The Game, as They Had Given-Up 3 Quarterback Sacks, But Fields Had Just Taken The Buckeyes on a Five-Play 75-Yard Drive That Was Going To-End With “The Play Of The Game” and Cutting The Badgers Lead To 21-14.

As Fields Dropped-Back To-Pass, The Speedy Ruckert Raced-Past Several Badger Defenders Trying To-Cover Him. Then, All of a Sudden, Found-Out That He Had Broken-Free and Was Completely Open, In The Clear For an Easy Touchdown, But Fields Completely Overthrow Him Ruckert Reached-Up and With His Right-Hand Grabbed The Football Just Before He Stepped Out of The End-Zone and Cut The Badgers Lead To 21-14.

The Buckeyes Then Scored Another 20-Points and Held Scoreless, and Won The Game 34-21, In Giving Them The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Victory. This Big-10 Conference Championship Game Victory All Began With “The Play Of The Game” Super Pass-Catch By Jeremy Ruckert.

Ruckert is a Very Special Talent as a Pass-Catching Tight End, as “The Play Of The Game Catch” Demonstrated. I Watched About 10 of His Highlight Films and in Every Single One, He Made At Least 1 One-Handed Catch and Several Pass-Catches With At least Two or Three Pass Defenders All-Over-Him. He Had Over 40 Offers Coming Out of Lindenhurst, New York, as The 2017 New York Gatorade Player of The Year, The First Question Might Be Why He Would Want To-Go To a School That Seldom Passes To Tight Ends.

Jeremy is an Unbelievable Pass-Catching Super Freak. He Might Be The Best Tight End in The Country and He Will Become an NFL #1 Draft Choice in Either The 2021 or 2022 NFL Draft.

TE Thaddeus Moss (6-3, 249, 4.52, 34, 4.32, 122, 20) With 2 Catches For 16-Yards in The SEC Conference Championship Game Victory; This Game Is Obviously Not His Best SEC Conference Game, After Leading The LSU Tigers With The Most Catches In LSU School History As a Tight End With 38 Pass Catches For 435-Yards, 1 Touchdown and a 11.4-Yards Per Catch Average. 

Moss is Another Unbelievable Tight End Super Freak That Compares To Ruckert On His Various Highlight Films With Numerous One-Handed Catches. In The Past Four SEC Conference Game Victories; Against Arkansas in Game #12 With 4 Catches For 68-Yards; Ole Miss in Game #11 With 5 Catches For 63-Yards; Alabama in Game #10 With 6 Catches For 46-Yards; and Auburn in Game #9 With 7 Catches For 45-Yards; Thaddeus Moss (#81) Has Been One of The Best Tight Ends in The SEC And Also in The Country.

In Fact, Moss Was Special in The Alabama Game, as He Made One of The Most Incredible Pass-Catch Plays (In The Photo) in LSU School History and The Play Will Always Be Destined To-Become One of The Most Defining Pass-Catches In LSU Tigers School History. On This Incredible Play, In What Will Always be Remembered as One of the better catches in The LSU Tigers Football School History, Moss Was Never Completely Sure Whether His Feet Were In-Bounds When He Made The Incredible Catch. “I Knew it was Close, But I Did Not Know If I Was In-Bounds or Out-Of-Bounds,” Moss Said.

The Incredible Pass-Catch Against The Alabama Crimson Tide Will Always Be Remembered By The LSU Players and Fans For Moss, The Pass-Catch Meant More Than Just a 16-Yard First Down and a Place in The Tigers Football School History. When Moss Made The Incredible Catch, The Alabama Fans Were in Dismay, Thinking That Moss Was Out-Of Bounds, But To-Much of The Alabama Fans Dismay, Moss was In-Bounds.

Moss Had-Run Out-Of-Bounds, Just Before The Catch, But He Was Ruled to Have Been Forced Out-Of-Bounds by an Alabama Defender, Which Allowed Him to Come-Back In-Bounds and Catch The Football. This Play Reminds Me of The Kind of Plays That His Dad, Randy Moss Used To Make as He Became an NFL Hall-Of-Fame Wide Receiver, But Thaddeus Moss Was Only Trying To Make a Name For Himself as An LSU Tiger Football Super-Star.

“You Have Got To Cover Thad,” Joe Burrow said. “People Have Known This All Year. Thad Makes Catches Like That in Practice, so That Catch Was Just Another Incredible Catch For Thad. Maybe It Runs in The Moss Family.” The Burrow-Moss Passing-Connection is One That Has Blossomed this Season, and Moss Attributes it to The Great Relationship That They Have Built.

After a 13-0 Record, Before The College Football Playoffs in The Peach Bowl on December 28, Moss Had The Most Incredible Football Season for a Tight End in LSU Tigers Football History, as He Had Recorded 38 Pass-Catches For 435-Yards, and a Touchdown, and This is The Most Receiving-Yards Since Richard Dickson in 2008. The Unbelievable Emergence of Tight End Thaddeus Moss has Been Another Tremendous and Unexpected Byproduct of LSU Tiger Football Offensive Coordinator Steve Ensminger and LSU Tigers Football Passing Coordinator Joe Brady.

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College Football Power Five Dandy Dozen Offensive Lineman Week #15 – Penei Sewell, Shane Lemieux, John Simpson, Jonah Jackson, Adrien MaGee, Lloyd Cushenberry, Creed Humphreys, Josh Myers, Wyatt Davis, Damien Lewis, Calvin Throckmorton, and Tremayne Anchrum! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Image result for Lloyd Cushenberry PhotosLloyd Cushenberry, III (#79) is The Leader and LSU Tigers 2019 Permanent Team Captain of The LSU Tigers Offensive Line That Was Named as The Joe Moore Award Winner as The Top Offensive Line Unit in The Country. This Joe Moore Award Winning Top Offensive Line Helped Lead Joe Burrow (#9) To The Heisman Trophy Award And To-Become The First SEC Player in SEC History To-Pass for 4,000-Yards and 40 Touchdowns in a Single Season and Become The Most Honored Football Player in LSU Tigers School History.

2019 POWER FIVE CONFERENCE CHAMPION ALL-AMERICAN TEAM WITH MEARS RATING

Power Five All-American Team Includes Players From
LSU, Ohio State, Clemson, Oklahoma, and Oregon!

THE POWER FIVE ALL-AMERICAN MEARS RATINGS

OFFENSE

PLAYER                                               Ht Wt  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
Dual QB Joe Burrow (#9) LSU    (6-4, 216, 4.56, 34, 4.32, 110)               3,000
Dual QB Justin Fields Ohio St SO (6-3, 223, 4.32, 34-5, 4.16, 126, 25) 2,985
Dual QB Justin Herbert Oregon (6-6, 237, 4.56, 34, 4.36, 110)               2,985
Dual QB Jalen Hurts Oklahoma  (6-2, 218, 4.48, 36, 4.19, 116)               2,975
ATH QB Trev Lawrence Clem SO (6-6, 220, 4.62, 36, 4.33, 118, 20)     2,970
AP-RB Travis Etienne Clemson   (5-10, 210, 4.32, 39, 4.13, 128, 20)     2,975
AP-RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20)   2,975
RB J.K. Dobbins Ohio State          (5-10, 217, 4.32, 39, 4.21, 128, 20)      2,980
RB C.J. Verdell Oregon  SO           (5-9, 210, 4.33, 38, 4.16, 126, 20)       2,975
RB Kennedy Brooks Oklahoma SO (5-11, 216, 4.38, 36, 4.3, 126)           2,952
WR Ja’Marr Chase LSU  SO            (6-1, 200, 4.38, 38, 4.09, 132, 10)      2,997
WR CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma         (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10)          2,995
WR K.J. Hill Ohio State                    (6-1, 195, 4.32, 40-5, 3.88, 128, 15)   2,980
SLOT Chris Olave Ohio State  SO  (6-1, 185, 4.33, 38, 4.19, 128, 10)        2,975
SLOT Charleton Rambo OU SO     (6-1, 175, 4.33, 38, 4.28, 128, 10)        2,973
L-FLK Justin Jefferson LSU           (6-3, 192, 4.37, 38-5, 4.2, 128, 10)      2,985
L-FLK Tee Higgins Clemson           (6-4, 215, 4.35, 38, 4.13, 126, 19)         2,980
R-FLK Justyn Ross Clemson          (6-3, 205, 4.38, 38, 4.12, 128, 10)        2,980
R-FLK Terrance Marshall LSU SO(6-4, 209, 4.38, 36, 4.23, 120, 10)      2,980
TE Jeremy Ruckert Ohio State SO (6-5, 250, 4.56, 36, 4.26, 118, 20)      2,980
TE Thaddeus Moss LSU  SO            (6-3, 249, 4.52, 34, 4.32, 122, 20)        2,973   
L-OT Penei Sewell Oregon  SO       (6-5, 325, 4.92, 28, 29, 4.82, 112, 30) 2,990
L-OT Thayer Munford Ohio State (6-5, 310, 5.12, 28, 4.7. 118, 30)            2,935
L-OT Saahdic Charles LSU              (6-5, 295, 5.02, 28, 4.76, 118, 30)         2,915
L-OG Shane Lemieux Oregon         (6-4, 317, 4.96, 28, 4.82, 112, 35)         2,988
L-OG John Simpson Clemson        (6-4, 330, 5.2, 28, 4.98, 112, 30)           2,988
L-OG Jonah Jackson Ohio State   (6-4, 305, 5.12, 28, 4.86, 112, 30)          2,975
L-OG Adrian Magee LSU                  (6-4, 343, 5.26, 28, 5.02, 110, 30)         2,950
L-OG Marquis Hayes Okla  SO       (6-5, 330, 5.26, 24, 5.05, 110, 32)          2,930 
OC Lloyd Cushenberry, III LSU    (6-4, 315, 5.2, 28, 4.86, 112, 30)             2,975
OC Creed Humphrey OU SO           (6-5, 315, 5.12, 28, 4.83, 118, 30)           2,975
OC Josh Myers Ohio State SO        (6-5, 310, 5.11, 30, 5.01, 116, 30)            2,975
R-OG Wyatt Davis Ohio State SO (6-4, 313, 5.02, 28, 4.79, 110, 30)           2,990
R-OG Damien Lewis LSU                (6-3, 332, 5.02, 37-5, 4.72, 122, 40)       2,976
R-OG Gage Cervenka Clemson      (6-3, 325, 5.02, 28, 4.92, 116, 30)          2.910
R-OT Andrew Thomas Georgia     (6-6, 320, 5.1, 28, 4.3, 110, 30)               2,990
R-OT Calvin Throckmorton Oregon (6-5, 318, 5.1, 28, 4.76, 110, 30)        2,976   
R-OT Tremayne Anchrum Clem   (6-2, 315, 4.92, 30, 4.78, 116, 30)           2,976   
R-OT Branden Bowen Ohio State (6-7, 315, 5.12, 28, 4.88, 116, 32)            2,928
R-OT Adrian Ealy Oklahoma          (6-6, 328, 5.22, 28, 5.02, 108, 30)         2,926

DEFENSE

PLAYER                                             HT   WT  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
EDGE Chase Young Ohio State   (6-5, 265, 4.45, 32, 4.3, 126, 35)              2,998
EDGE Kayvon Thibodeaux Ore TF-AA (6-5, 242, 4.5, 32, 4.3, 116, 30)    2,994
EDGE K’Lavon Chasson LSU SO (6-4, 250, 4.56, 37, 4.31, 126, 30)           2,990
EDGE Jalen Redmond OU RF      (6-3, 266, 4.53, 36, 4.33, 126, 30)          2,972
S-DE Rashard Lawrence LSU      (6-3, 317, 4.92, 32, 4.83, 116, 30)            2,984
S-DE Ronnie Perkins OU SO        (6-4, 251, 4.66, 32, 4.36, 120, 30)           2,952
S-DE Tyreke Smith Ohio State    (6-4, 267, 4.62, 32, 4.52, 116, 30)            2,932
NG Neville Gallimore OU              (6-2, 311, 4.72, 32, 4.4, 116, 30)                2,977
NG Tyler Davis Clemson TF-AA (6-2, 295, 5.0, 32, 4.8, 110, 30)                 2,940
DT Jashon Cornell Ohio State    (6-3, 285, 4.76, 32, 4.5, 120, 30)              2,970
DT Davon Hamilton Ohio State (6-4, 310, 5.06, 28, 4.86, 116, 30)            2,940 
WLB Isaiah Simmons Clemson  (6-4, 230, 4.36, 39, 4.15, 129, 25)           2,996
WLB Patrick Queen LSU               (6-2, 227, 4.4, 38-5, 4.22, 128, 20)         2,964
MLB Ken Murray Oklahoma       (6-2, 234, 4.42, 36, 4.24, 126, 25)           2,966
MLB Troy Dye Oregon                    (6-4, 226, 4.48, 36, 4.34, 126, 20)          2,995
MLB Jacob Phillips LSU                (6-4, 230, 4.52, 36, 4.32, 122, 22)           2,978
SLB Tanner Muse Clemson          (6-3, 230, 4.36, 38, 4,16, 126, 20)           2,990
SLB Malik Harrison Ohio State  (6-3, 251, 4.44, 36, 4.22, 122, 30)           2,972
L-CB Kristian Fulton LSU              (6-1, 188, 4.32, 38, 4.12, 128, 10)           2,986
L-CB Damon Arnette Ohio State (6-0, 195, 4.33, 38, 4.16, 128, 10)           2,980
L-CB A.J. Terrell Clemson             (6-2, 190, 4.36, 39, 4.13, 128, 18)           2,970
R-CB Derek Stingley LSU TF-AA (6-1, 190, 4.3, 42, 4.19, 128, 15)              2,995
R-CB Jeff Okudah Ohio State       (6-1, 200, 4.32, 38, 4.22, 128, 10)          2,995
R-CB Parnell Motley Oklahoma  (6-1, 180, 4.38, 36, 4.12, 126, 10)           2,975
SS Grant Delpit LSU                         (6-3, 203, 4.37, 38, 4.04, 128, 20)        2,995
SS K’Von Wallace Clemson           (5-11, 205, 4.42, 39, 4.21, 126, 20)        2,985
FS Jordan Fuller Ohio State          (6-2, 205, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 22}        2,980
FS Jacoby Stevens LSU                   (6-2, 228, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 20)         2,980

SPECIAL TEAMS

Kicker Gabe Brkic Oklahoma    (6-2, 196)                  (17-17 FG,   99 PTS    2,910
Kicker Cade York LSU TF-AA    (6-2, 189, 4.72)       (21-25 FG, 137 PTS   2,900
Kicker Blake Haubeil Ohio St    (6-4, 225)                 (10-12 FG, 113 PTS    2,900
Kicker B.T. Potter Clemson SO (5-10, 180)               (12-19 FG, 110 PTS    2,900
Punter Drue Chrisman Ohio St (6-3, 220, 4.82)      (44.1 Ave, 61 Long    2,900
Punter Zach Von Rosenberg LSU (6-5, 240)             (42.7 Ave, 57 Long    2,900
Punter Will Spiers Clemson       (6-5, 220)                 (42.5 Ave, 64 Long   2,900
Punter Reeves Mundschau Okla (5-11, 180)              (42.2 Ave, 67 Long   2,900
K-RET Travis Etienne Clemson (5-10, 210, 4.32, 39, 4.13, 128, 20)          2,975
K-RET Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20)     2,975
P-RET CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10)              2,995

SPECIAL SCOUTING NOTES II

Most High School and College Football Players Do Not Even Know What Their Measurables Are and You Would Think That They Would Know, But They Do Not. Many Times, a High School Football Player or a College Football Player Will List what he thinks is His Best Forty-Yard Dash Time as a 4.8 and Then Twenty Minutes Later He Will-Run a 4.6 Forty or better. 

In Evaluating These Final All-American Football Players, I Did a Tremendous Amount of Evaluation Research, Including The Highlight Film Evaluations on 100% of The Top-Rated Players. All of Their Forties Are as Accurate as Possible and Many of These Forties Were Shocking.

Most All of The Vertical Jumps, Which is a Jumping Measurable, Were Accurate and Their Standing Broad Jumps Were Approximated and Based on Their Vertical Jump. Their Bench Press Reps Were Based on Their Maximum Bench Press and Given The Maximum Points Past Their Position Standards.

Kickers, Punters, and Offensive Linemen Either Do Not Go To Camps or Do Not Do Well and Are Evaluated By The Super Scout!

 

 

 

College Football Weekly MVP’S Week #15 
 By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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FAB 5 DUAL QUARTERBACK MVP’S WEEK #15
FAB 5 ALL-PURPOSE RB MVP’S WEEK #15
NIFTY 9 ALL-PURPOSE WIDE RECEIVERS WEEK #15
TERRIFIC 2 SUPER ELITE TIGHT END – WEEK #15
SUPER ELITE 12 OFFENSIVE LINEMEN – WEEK #15
SUPER ELITE TOP 20 DEFENSIVE MVP’S – WEEK #15

MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

POWER FIVE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
SUPER ELITE 12 OFFENSIVE LINEMEN WEEK #15

L-OT Penei Sewell Oregon  SO       (6-5, 325, 4.92, 28, 29, 4.82, 112, 30) 2,990
L-OG Shane Lemieux Oregon         (6-4, 317, 4.96, 28, 4.82, 112, 35)         2,988
L-OG John Simpson Clemson        (6-4, 330, 5.2, 28, 4.98, 112, 30)           2,988
L-OG Jonah Jackson Ohio State   (6-4, 305, 5.12, 28, 4.86, 112, 30)          2,975
L-OG Adrian Magee LSU                  (6-4, 343, 5.26, 28, 5.02, 110, 30)         2,950
OC Lloyd Cushenberry, III LSU    (6-4, 315, 5.2, 28, 4.86, 112, 30)             2,975
OC Creed Humphrey OU SO           (6-5, 315, 5.12, 28, 4.83, 118, 30)           2,975
OC Josh Myers Ohio State SO        (6-5, 310, 5.11, 30, 5.01, 116, 30)            2,975
R-OG Wyatt Davis Ohio State SO (6-4, 313, 5.02, 28, 4.79, 110, 30)           2,990
R-OG Damien Lewis LSU                (6-3, 332, 5.02, 37-5, 4.72, 122, 40)       2,976
R-OT Calvin Throckmorton Oregon (6-5, 318, 5.1, 28, 4.76, 110, 30)        2,976   
R-OT Tremayne Anchrum Clem   (6-2, 315, 4.92, 30, 4.78, 116, 30)           2,976   

HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSIVE LINEMEN

L-OT Thayer Munford Ohio State (6-5, 310, 5.12, 28, 4.7. 118, 30)              2,935
L-OT Saahdic Charles LSU              (6-5, 295, 5.02, 28, 4.76, 118, 30)           2,915
L-OG Marquis Hayes Okla  SO       (6-5, 330, 5.26, 24, 5.05, 110, 32)           2,930
R-OG Gage Cervenka Clemson      (6-3, 325, 5.02, 28, 4.92, 116, 30)           2.910
R-OT Branden Bowen Ohio State (6-7, 315, 5.12, 28, 4.88, 116, 32)             2,928
R-OT Adrian Ealy Oklahoma          (6-6, 328, 5.22, 28, 5.02, 108, 30)          2,926

SPECIAL SCOUTING NOTES

Sophomore = SO
True Freshman All-American = TF-AA
Redshirt Freshman = RF

POWER FIVE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
SUPER ELITE 12 OFFENSIVE LINEMEN WEEK #15

WEEK #15 SUPER ELITE 12 OFFENSIVE LINEMEN MVP’S INCLUDE:

L-OT Penei Sewell (6-5, 325, 4.92, 28, 29, 4.82, 112, 30) With Unbelievable Blocking That Enabled MVP Running Back C.J. Verdell To-Rush For 208-Yards and 3 TD in The PAC-12 Conference Championship Game

Sewell is The First Polynesian Football Player in History To-Be Awarded The Outland Trophy Award as He Anchored The Oregon Ducks Offensive Line For The Second Straight Football Season and Played a Major Role in Helping Lead The Oregon Ducks To-Win The PAC-12 Conference Championship. Sewell is Also The Third Straight Sophomore To-Win The Award, Following The Alabama Crimson Tide Alabama Defensive Tackle Quinnen Williams and The Houston Cougars Defensive Tackle Ed Oliver.

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The Outland Trophy Award
– Best Lineman In College Football –

Sewell (#58) has Been Awarded With His First Two All-American Teams, Including The Walter Camp Foundation All-American and The Football Writers Association of America All-American Team. Sewell Won The Morris Trophy as The Most Outstanding Offensive/Defensive Lineman in The PAC-12 Conference and Also Was  Named By The Pro Football Focus as The PAC-12 Conference Player of The Year and He Had The Highest Grade For Any Offensive/Defensive Lineman in The Country With an Incredible 95.9 Grade.

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L-OG Shane Lemieux (6-4, 317, 4.96, 28, 4.82, 112, 35) With Crucial and Key Blocks For Running Back C.J. Verdell (5-9, 210, 4.33, 38, 4.16, 126, 20) With 208-Yards Rushing and 3 Touchdowns in The PAC-12 Conference Championship Game. In 2018, As a Junior, Lemieux (#68) Finished The Season As The #1 Offensive Guard in The PAC-12 Conference and The #3 Offensive Guard in The Country, As Graded By The Pro Football Focus.

In That 2018 Season, Lemieux Was Selected To The Athletic All-American Second Team, The Associated Press All-PAC-12 First Team All-Conference, and The PAC-12 Coaches Second Team All-Conference. In 2018, Lemieux Also Extended His Three-Year Starting Streak to 38 Consecutive Starts at Left Offensive Guard and He Was The Oregon Ducks Team Captain For Five Games. He Was Also Selected To The Associated Press Pre-Season All-American Team as Voted-On By Sportswriters Across The Country.

Going Into The 2019 Football Season, Most Everyone on The West Coast and in The NFL Knew A-Lot About The Oregon Ducks Quarterback Justin Herbert, but There Were Not Very Many People Who Were Aware That The Oregon Ducks May Have One of The Most Talented and Most Strongest Offensive Left Guards in The Entire Country.

Shane Lemieux has an Incredibly Great Combination of Athletic Ability, Strength, Quickness, and Toughness. In High School, Lemieux Recorded an Incredible 425 Bench Press, a 28-Inch Vertical Jump, and he Ran a 12.2 in The 100-Meters. The Really Incredible Thing Was That He Did All of This While Weighing-In at 305-Pounds. It Will Be Interesting To See How Many Bench Press Reps That Lemieux Does in The 2020 NFL Scouting Combine.  

Lemieux and His #7 Ranked Oregon Ducks Team Beat The Utah Utes 37-15 in The PAC-12 Conference Championship Game and Will Now Play The #11 Ranked Wisconsin Badgers on January 1, 2020 in The Rose Bowl. Then, on January 25, Lemieux is scheduled to play in The 2020 Senior Bowl

An Unbelievable Thing Also Happened as The 2019 Sports Illustrated Voters Selected Both Left Sides of The Oregon Ducks Offensive Line, Including Left Offensive Tackle Penei Sewell and Left Offensive Guard Shane Lemieux To Their 2019 First Team All-American Team.

L-OG John Simpson (6-4, 330, 5.2, 28, 4.98, 112, 30) With Having Three Years of Starting Offensive Guard Experience and With 27 Starts and 1,916 Snaps. Simpson Was a 2019 Preseason First Team All-American By Phil Steele and a 2019 Preseason Second Team All-American By Athlon Sports.  Simpson Was Selected To The 2019 ACC Conference First Team Offense and He Also Was an Outland Trophy Semi-Finalist. In 2019, Simpson Played 598 Snaps in 12 Starts, Prior To The Clemson Tigers Bowl Game and He Played 45 Snaps Against Georgia Tech in helping The Clemson Tigers To-Rush For 411-Yards in The Clemson Tigers Most Rushing Yards In a Season Opener Since 1957.

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In 2019, Simpson (#74) Was Incredible in The Clemson Tigers Victory Over The North Carolina State Wolfpack, as He Played 53 Snaps and Scored His First Career Touchdown on a One-Yard Touchdown Run, and Became The First Offensive Lineman To-Score a Touchdown For The Tigers Since 2011. The Tigers Were Leading 42-0 and They Gave Simpson a Chance To-Score, as He Took a Goal-Line Hand-Off and Plowed-In For The Touchdown.

The Clemson Tigers Recorded 619-Yards of Total Offense Against The #22 Virginia Cavs In-Winning Their Fifth Straight ACC Conference Championship Game.

In 2019, The Tigers Produced An Incredible Eight First Team ALL ACC Players, Including QB Trevor Lawrence, RB Travis Etienne, WR Tee Higgins,  L-OG  John Simpson, and  R-OT Tremayne Anchrum on Offense; Plus LB  Isaiah Simmons, CB A.J. Terrell, and Safety Tanner Muse on Defense.

L-OG Jonah Jackson (6-4, 305, 5.12, 28, 4.86, 112, 30) Having Been a Three-Year Starting Offensive Lineman For The Rutgers Scarlet Knights Before Transferring To The Ohio State Buckeyes In The Summer of 2019 as a Graduate Transfer. Jackson, Not Only Transferred To One of The Most Featured and Most Relentless Rushing Teams in The Country, Jackson Transferred To The Ohio State Buckeyes as a Graduate Transfer and Almost Immediately Earned a Starting Left Guard Spot on That Offensive Line That Ranked as One of The Very Best Offensive Line Units in The Country in 2019.

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In 2018, Jackson (#73) Was The Rutgers Scarlet Knights Starting Right Offensive Guard and He Was An All BIG-10 Conference Honorable Mention Selection, By Both The Media and The Coaches. Jackson Was Part of a Scarlet Knights Offensive Line That Ranked Second in The BIG-10 Conference and 19th in The Country, as The Scarlet Knights Gave-Up Only 1.33-Sacks Per Game. Jackson Was Also Voted As One of The Scarlet Knights Team Captains.

Most All of The Ohio State Buckeye Players Had Never Met Jackson Until He Arrived in Columbus in The Summer, before Practice Started in The Fall, but The Ohio State Defensive Players Knew Him Well After Playing Against Him For Three Years. When The Ohio State Coaches Realized That The Scarlet Knights Captain Was Available as a Graduate Transfer, The Ohio State Coaches Asked Their Own Players for a Jackson Scouting Report.

The Scouting Report Feedback From Their Ohio State Defensive Players Said That Jackson Was Very Strong and Powerful in The Run Game and That He Also Was Outstanding in The Passing Game, In Pass Protection.

In His First Season as a Full-Time Starting Left Guard, Davis Did Not Disappoint Anyone, as He Did Not Allow a Single Hit or Sack All Season. He Also Paved The Way for All-American Running Back J.K. Dobbins With A Great 82.1 Run-Blocking Grade, That Ranked Him in The Top 10 Nationally.

The Ohio State Buckeyes Had Three Incredible First-Team Associated Press All-Americans, Including His Offensive Right Guard Teammate, Wyatt Davis; Plus RUSH End Chase Young and Cornerback Jeffrey Okudah. The Buckeyes Also Had Two Second-Team Associated Press All-Americans, Including Quarterback Justin Fields and Running Back J.K. Dobbins and Finally, The Buckeyes Had Two More Third-Team Associated Press All-Americans, Including Offensive Guard Jonah Jackson and Linebacker Malik Harrison. 

Jackson Has Already Accepted An Invitation To-Play in The Senior Bowl.

L-OG/R-OG Adrian Magee (6-4, 343, 5.26, 28, 5.02, 110, 30) With Incredible Offensive Lineman Versatility In 2018, as Adrian Magee Started The Season-Opening Game Against The Miami Hurricanes at Right Offensive Tackle. He Then Started at Left Offensive Tackle Against The Ole Miss Rebels and Then Had Back-To-Back Assignments at Left Offensive Guard Against The Florida Gators and The Georgia Bulldogs.

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At The Beginning of The 2019 Season, LSU Tigers Head Coach Ed Orgeron Told The LSU Tigers That Senior Offensive Lineman Adrian Magee (#73) Would Become The LSU Tigers “Swing-Guy” and He Would “Fill-In” at Either Guard or Tackle, Depending on Which Position The Tigers Needed. “Adrian Might Be a “Swing-Guy” For Us, But He is Playing Very Well Right Now.”

Magee Is an Unbelievable and Powerful Athlete and He Has Great Strength With an Incredible Recorded 600-Pound Deadlift. He Was The Starting Left Offensive Guard in The LSU Tigers Game #4 Against The Vanderbilt Commodores, as Magee Made One of The Plays of The Century as he Recorded Two Incredible Pancake-Blocks on The Same Play.

In The Second Quarter, With The Vanderbilt Commodores Trailing 28-10, Joe Burrow and The LSU Tigers Were Driving Down The Field and Looking To-Score Another Touchdown as Magee Recorded a Huge Pancake-Block on The Defensive Tackle In-Front of Him. At About The Same Moment of That First Pancake-Block, Burrow Started Running To His Right With The Super Vanderbilt Edge Rush End Chasing Him.

For About a Second or Two, Magee Was Admiring His Beautiful Pancake-Block With The Defensive Lineman “Layed-Out” on The Ground and Here Comes The Commodores Super Edge Rush End and Magee Immediately Sees Him Coming and He Also Pancake-Blocks Him.

Offensive Linemen Rarely Record Pancake-Blocks and To Get Two Pancake-Blocks on The Same Play is Not Only an Uncommon Happening, it is Almost Impossible, So in The Last Scene, Magee Was Unbelievably Enjoying His Impressive Feat, With Both of The Commodores Still on The Ground. 

The 2019 LSU Tigers Offensive Line Unit Were Named as The Joe Moore Award Winner as The Top Offensive Line Unit in The Country. This Joe Moore Award Winning Top Offensive Line Helped Lead 1,000-Yard Rusher Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Also Helped The Heisman Trophy Award Winner Joe Burrow To-Become The First SEC Player in SEC History To-Pass for 4,000-Yards and 40 Touchdowns in a Single Season and Become The Most Honored College Football Player in The LSU Tigers School History. Ja’Marr Chase Caught 18 Touchdown Passes and Was Selected as The Fred Biletnikoff Award Winner as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country.

The NFL Scouts and The SEC Coaches Have Also Taken Notice of This First-Year SEC Starting Offensive Guard and They Selected Him To Their 2019 SEC Conference Second Team Offense.

OC Lloyd Cushenberry, III (6-4, 315, 5.2, 28, 4.86, 112, 30) With Having Been The LSU Tigers Starting Offensive Center Alongside LSU Tigers Starting Right Guard Damien Lewis For The Last Unbelievable 26 Games and With an Incredible 23-3 Record. This Also Means That Cushenberry, III Had Snapped The Football on Every Single Snap To The Walter Camp Foundation All-American Quarterback, Plus The Heisman Trophy Award Winner, The Maxwell Award Winner, and The Davey O’Brien Award Winner, Joe Burrow. 

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Cushenberry, III (#79) is The Leader and LSU Tigers 2019 Permanent Team Captain of The LSU Tigers Offensive Line That Was Named as The Joe Moore Award Winner as The Top Offensive Line in The Country. This Joe Moore Award Winning Top Offensive Line Unit Helped Lead 1,000-Yard Rusher Clyde Edwards-Helaire and The Heisman Trophy Award Winner Joe Burrow To-Become The First SEC Player in SEC History To-Throw for 4,000-Yards and 40 Touchdowns in a Single Season and Become The Most Honored College Football Player in The LSU Tigers School History.

Cushenberry Also Was Second on The Team in His Overall Grade in The SEC Conference Championship Game on 74 Snaps. He Also Was Selected To The 2019 SEC Conference Coaches Pre-Season First Team All-Conference and The 2019 SEC Conference Coaches Post-Season First Team All-Conference.

Every Football Season, There Are A Few LSU Tiger Players Who Are Elected By The LSU Tiger Players To-Wear The Incredible #18 Jersey, but What Makes This #18 Jersey Number So Very Special?

In 2004, After an LSU Tiger National Championship 45 Year Drought, The LSU Tigers Won Their First National Championship in 45-Years, Since 1958. Quarterback Matt Mauch, Wearing The #18 Jersey, Led The LSU Tiger Players To The National Championship and Ever Since Then, The #18 Jersey Has Been Elected By The LSU Tiger Players and Given-To The LSU Tiger Player That is Deemed The Most Worthy To Wear It.

On August 2, 2019, Along With Super Edge Rush Defensive End K’Lavon Chaisson, Cushenberry III Was Voted-On By The LSU Tiger Players To-Wear This Jersey, But Obviously, An Offensive Lineman Can Not Wear #18.  In Order To Pay-Tribute to This Incredible Honor, Cushenberry, III Wears a Commemorative Patch That Signifies The Great Importance of This Special Jersey Number

Cushenberry, III Graduated in December of 2019 with His College Degree in Sports Administration and He Led The LSU Tigers Offensive Line In Total Snaps with 882 Snaps. 

OC Creed Humphrey (6-5, 315, 5.12, 28, 4.83, 118, 30) With Already Being Named as The Big-12 Co-Offensive Lineman of The Year, Creed Humphrey (#56 and #1 Jalen Hurts) Are Oklahoma Sooner Team Captains. Humphrey Was a Finalist for The Rimington Trophy Award as The Top Offensive Center in The Country. Humphrey, a Redshirt Sophomore, Has been The Sooners Starting Center For The Past Two Big-12 Championship Football Seasons.

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OC Josh Myers 6-5, 310, 5.11, 30, 4.91, 116, 30) With Help From Both of His  All-American Offensive Guards, Wyatt Davis and Jonah Jackson, All-American Running Back J.K. Dobbins Rushed For 172-Yards in This BIG-10 Conference Championship Game. Myers Was a Red-Shirt as a Freshman in 2017, but Was a Second-Team Center in 2018 as He Backed-Up All-American Center Michael Jordan in 2018, in Preparing For The Starting Ohio State Buckeye Starting Center Position in 2019.

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Josh Myers (#71) Was An Incredible Offensive Lineman in High School. In Fact, He Was Such an Outstanding Prospect, He Was Offered a Scholarship as a Freshman by The Ohio State Buckeyes and He Then Committed To The  Buckeyes as a Sophomore. As a Senior, Myers Was Rated The #1 Player in Ohio and The #3 Offensive Guard in The Country.

Myers Has Great Size, Great Quickness, and Great Strength To-Follow in a Tremendous “Long-Line” of Great Ohio State Centers and He Was Unbelievable in 2019 as an Ohio State Buckeye Sophomore First-Year Starting Center. That “Long-Line” of Outstanding Centers Includes Rimington Award Winners Pat Elflein and Billy Price in 2016 and 2017 and Then, Of Course, All-American Center Michael Jordan in 2018.

The Ohio State Buckeyes Offensive Line Unit Was One of The Most Incredible Best Offensive Line Units in The Country in 2019, as They Joined The LSU Tigers, The Oregon Ducks, and The Alabama Crimson Tide Offensive Line Units as The Four Finalists for The Joe Moore Offensive Lineman Award, Given Annually to The Most Outstanding Offensive Line Unit in College Football. Ironically or More Apically, All Three Power Five Teams That Won Their Conference Championship Game, Had Three Players That Were Included in THE 2019 POWER FIVE CONFERENCE CHAMPION ALL-AMERICAN TEAM, Including The Buckeye, The Oregon Ducks, and The LSU Tigers, and Of Course The LSU Tigers, Who Won The Joe Moore Offensive Lineman Award.

The Buckeyes, Ranked #5 in The Country in Rushing Offense and #1 in The BIG-10 Conference With a 272.2-Yards Per Game Average. All-American Running Back J.K. Dobbins Has Rushed For 1,829-Yards For The Season and is Only 99-Yards Behind Eddie George for The Ohio State Buckeyes School Record In a Single Season. The Buckeyes Are Also #5 In The Country In Passing Efficiency and #1 In Scoring With an Unbelievable 48.7 Points Per Game Average. This Unbelievable Success Would Not Happen Without The Incredible Play of Their Three Interior Offensive Lineman, Including Left Guard Jonah Jackson, Offensive Center Josh Myers, and Right Offensive Guard Wyatt Davis. The Leaders of This Ohio State Buckeye Offensive Line Totaled 339 Knockdown Blocks Through 13 Games.

“Myers is An Aggressive, and Nasty Player, and That Is Why I Love Playing With Him,” Ohio State Buckeye Super Sophomore Right Offensive Guard Wyatt Davis said. “Especially as a Center, and Having a Guy Like Him That Is Aggressive and Wanting To-Finish People. He Really Tries To-Punish People. With Josh Leading-Us on The Offensive Line, it Affects All of Us.”

R-OG Wyatt Davis (6-4, 313, 5.02, 28, 4.79, 110, 30) With One of The Highest Offensive Line Grades in The Country From The Pro Football Focus and The PFF Ranks Davis (#52) as The Second Best Offensive Guard in The Country, Behind The Oregon Ducks Offensive Guard, Penei Sewell.

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At The Mid-Season Mark, Davis had Only Missed One Block in 172 Pass-Blocking Attempts and Only Four Blocks in 200 Run-Blocking Attempts. Davis is One of The Most Dominating and Most Consistent Offensive Blocking Guards in The Country and He is One of The Biggest Reasons That The Ohio State Buckeyes Rank So-High In Scoring and Rushing-Yards.

The Ohio State Buckeyes Featured a Relentless Rushing Attack In 2019 and With The Incredible Emergence of Davis Was One of The Most Impressive Offensive Lineman in The Country and Davis has Made The Ohio State Buckeyes One of The Most Dominating Teams in The Country. Davis Was The Offensive Lineman Leader For a Offensive Team That Recorded an Incredible 272.2-Yards Rushing and 38 Rushing Touchdowns.

Davis Was Selected To The BIG-10 Conference First Team All-Conference Team and He Also Was Selected To The 2019 Sporting News All-American First Team and Also The  Associated Press First Team All-Americans Team.

L.S.U.’s Damien Lewis, left, and Joe Burrow celebrating their win on Saturday against Texas A&M. The undefeated Tigers are in first place (well ahead of Ohio State) in the coaches’ and writers’ national polls, but hold second place in the College Football Playoff ranking.

R-OG Damien Lewis (6-3, 332, 5.02, 37-5, 4.72, 122, 38) Lewis (#68) Was Outstanding In This SEC Conference Championship Game, But Lewis Also Was The LSU Tigers Starting Offensive Right Guard Alongside LSU Tigers Starting Offensive Center Lloyd Cushenberry, III For The Last Incredible 26 Games and With an Incredible 23-3 Record. This Means That Damien Lewis and Cushenberry Have Started Every Game With Their Starting Quarterback, Joe Burrow(#9) and Helped Him Win The Walter Camp Foundation All-American Quarterback Trophy, Plus The Heisman Award Trophy, The Maxwell Award Trophy, and The Davey O’Brien Trophy Award Winner.

In Addition To Helping Joe Burrow Win All of These Awards and Helping Lead To a 13-0 Record and a #1 National Ranking, Damien Lewis Was a Key Member on The LSU Tigers Offensive Line That Was Named as The Joe Moore Award Winner as The Top Offensive Line in The Country. This Joe Moore Award Winning Top Offensive Line Helped Lead  1,000-Yard Rusher Clyde Edwards-Helaire and The Heisman Trophy Award Winner Joe Burrow To-Become The First SEC Player in SEC History To-Throw for 4,000-Yards and 40 Touchdowns in a Single Season and Become The Most Honored College Football Player in The LSU Tigers School History.

After The 2017 Football Season, Lewis Joined The LSU Tigers After Being a Two-Time Junior College All-American at Northwest Mississippi Community College. Lewis  Graduated from Northwest Mississippi Community College in 18 Months and was a Member of The Academic Dean’s List. Lewis Was Chosen as The MACJC Offensive Lineman MVP For The North Division and He Started In All 22 of His Games in His Northwest Mississippi CC Career.

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When Damien Lewis Made His Incredible Introduction Of His Tree-Trunk-Size-Arms and Waist-Size-Legs To The LSU Tigers Football Team and Coaches, On-And-Off The Football Field, Lewis Was Considered By The LSU Football Players and Coaches as a COMPLETE AND TOTAL SUPER WEIGHT FREAK, and With Around a 600-Pound Bench Press, Lewis Is Without a Doubt, The Strongest Player On The Team.

Lewis Also Stepped Right-In and Became The LSU Tigers Starting Right Guard for all Of The 13 Games in The 2018 Season. In That First Season in 2018, Lewis Was Ranked #1 In Offensive Line Run-Blockers By The NFL Pro Football Focus As He Recorded The Highest Grade Among All SEC Run-Blockers With a 76.3 Grade Average. His Center Teammate, Cushenberry, Was Ranked By PFF As The #5 Offensive Lineman in The SEC Conference

Damian Lewis Helped His Teammates To Record a 13-0 Record and a #1 Ranked Team in The Country and he Also Joins 11 of His LSU Tiger Football Teammates On The SEC Conference First Team or Second Team All-Conference Teams, Including  LSU Tigers Offensive Lineman Teammates That Were Named On The Joe Moore Award Winner as The Top Offensive Line in The Country.

Center Teammate, Lloyd Cushenberry and Left Offensive Guard Adrian Magee, Were Honored By Being Selected To The SEC All Conference First Team or Second Team With Cushenberry on The First Team All-SEC and Magee and Lewis on The Second Team All-SEC.

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R-OT Calvin Throckmorton (6-5, 318, 5.1, 28, 4.76, 110, 30) With Some Incredible Run-Blocking, To-Go With Their Fantastic Pass-Blocking That Enabled MVP Running Back C.J. Verdell To-Rush For 208-Yards and 3 TD in The PAC-12 Conference Championship Game, Throckmorton (#54) Was Again One of The Top Offensive Tackles in The Country. 

In 2018, As a Three-Year Starter On The Oregon Ducks Offensive Line, Calvin Throckmorton Started at an Unbelievable Four Different Offensive Line Positions, Including Right Offensive Tackle, Left Offensive Tackle, Right Offensive Guard, and Center.

Throckmorton Proved Himself a Man of Many Talents on The Field, as He Started All 34 Games In His First Three Years With The Oregon Ducks, as He Played Center in One Game, Because of an Injury, But Then He Had To-Move To Left Offensive Tackle To-Protect Super Oregon Duck All-American Quarterback Justin Herbert From The Blind-Side, After an Injury To Super  Oregon Duck All-American Left Offensive Tackle Penei Sewell.

In That 2018 Football Season, Throckmorton Was Rated and Ranked as The #5 Pass-Blocking Offensive Tackle, In-Protecting “Off-The-Edge” as Ranked By The NFL Pro Football Focus. Teammate Sewell Was Ranked #10. In The PAC-12 Conference, With a Minimum of 200-Pass-Blocks, Throckmorton Ranked #1 With an 87.4 Grade By The NFL Pro Football Focus.

Throckmorton  is a Real Scholar as He is Working Toward a Career as an Orthopedic Surgeon at The University of Oregon, With an Incredible 3.84 GPA, He Was Also Named To a District All-Academic Team and He is Now Vying For The College Football Academic All-American Team.

“Doc Throck” Is The Only FBS Football Player in 2018 To-Start at Four Different Offensive Lineman Positions While Carrying an Incredible 3.84 GPA in PRE-MED SCHOOL and He Also Received The Emerald Award at The “O” Show. The Athletic/Academic Emerald Award, is Sponsored Jointly by The University of Oregon Athletic Department and The Oregon Daily Emerald Newspaper, and is Presented Annually to a The University of Oregon Male Senior Student-Athlete on The Basis of His Achievement in Athletics, Service, and Academics.

The Oregon Ducks Placed Two Players, Including Quarterback Justin Herbert With a 4.01 GPA and Calvin Throckmorton With a 3.84 GPA, on The Academic All-American Team For The First Time Since 2001 When Quarterback Joey Harrington and Offensive Lineman Ryan Schmid Were Both First-Team Academic All-American Selections.

In 2018, Calvin Throckmorton Was Selected To The FWAA Second Team All-American Team, The Phil Steele Second Team All-American Team, The PFF Second Team All-American Team, The Associated Press PAC-12 All-Conference First Team, and The PFF PAC-12 All-Conference First Team.

R-OT Tremayne Anchrum (6-2, 315, 4.92, 30, 4.78, 116, 30) With Another Outstanding Game in Helping Travis Etienne Record 114-Yards Rushing and 155-Yards of Total Offense in The ACC Conference Championship Game. Anchrum is a Very Versatile Offensive Lineman and He Might Be One of The Fastest and Quickest Offensive Linemen In The Upcoming 2020 NFL Draft.  

Image result for Tremayne Anchrum PhotosAnchrum (#73) and Fellow ACC All-Conference First Team Offensive Lineman John Simpson Are Two Key-Blockers For ACC All-Conference First Team Quarterback Trevor Lawrence and Potential Heisman Trophy Award Winner. Anchrum and Simpson Really Get The Clemson Tigers Offensive Line  Blocking and Pass-Blocking Done Exceptionally Well and Both Rank in The Top 25 in The Country at Their Position.  Anchrum Also Ranks in The Top 25 in The Power Five Offensive Tackles From The Pro Football Focus and The PFF Also Ranks Simpson as One of The Best Offensive Guards in The Country.

According to The Pro Football Focus, in 2018, Anchrum Allowed The Fewest Quarterback Pressures Among All ACC Offensive Tackles, but The PFF Also Believes That Anchrum Ultimately May Become an Offensive Guard in The NFL. Anchrum Was Named To The ACC All-Conference Second Team In 2018, Before Being Selected To The ACC All-Conference Pre-Season and Post-Season First Team, In 2019. Pro Football Focus Put a 250 Pass-Blocking Snap Limit To Weed-Out The Offensive Linemen Non-Starters, and Anchrum Only Allowed an Incredible 11 Quarterback Pressures in 2019. 

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College Football Weekly MVP’S #11 – Trio 400-Yard Quarterback Club – Joe Burrow, Kedon Slovis, and Shane Buechele – Plus Top 2020 NFL DRAFT MEARS RATINGS! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

College Football Weekly MVP’S Week #11 
 TRIO 400-YARD QUARTERBACK CLUB!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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WEEK #11 TRIO 400-YARD QUARTERBACK CLUB!
Joe Burrow, Kedon Slovis, and Shane Buechele

FAB 14 DUAL QUARTERBACK MVP’S WEEK #11
FAB 4 ALL-PURPOSE RB MVP’S WEEK #11
ELITE 8 ALL-PURPOSE WIDE RECEIVERS WEEK #11
SUPER ELITE TOP 20 DEFENSIVE MVP’S – WEEK #11
FAB 4 SPECIAL TEAM MVP’S – WEEK #11
SUPER ELITE TIGHT END – WEEK #11

MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

Through The First Ten Weeks of The 2019 Season, There Were Some Huge Changes In The Heisman Trophy Favorites! After Week #9, According to The Caesars Sportbook The Top Six Were: QB Joe Burrow, QB Tua Tagovailoa, QB Jalen Hurts, RB Jonathan Taylor, QB Justin Fields, and WR CeeDee Lamb; While QB Sam Ehlinger and QB Justin Herbert Were Hanging-On as Other Heisman Trophy Candidates, But After Ten Games, The Top Three  Heisman Candidates Were QB Joe Burrow, QB Jalen Hurts, and QB Tua Tagovailoa. After This Week #11, QB Joe Burrow Was Definitely The Favorite,

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PLAYER                                               Ht Wt  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
Dual QB Joe Burrow   LSU            (6-4, 216, 4.56, 34, 4.32, 110)              2,962
EDGE K’Lavon Chasson LSU        (6-4, 250, 4.56, 37, 4.31, 126, 30)      2,928
WR Michael Pittman, Jr. USC     (6-5, 225, 4.4, 36, 4.22, 126, 15)          2,925
TE Kylen Granson SMU                   (6-3, 235, 4.5, 37, 4.16,, 122, 20)       2,920
Dual QB Shane Buechele  SMU   (6-1, 185, 4.62, 36, 4.31, 110)                2,910
AP-WR James Proche SMU          (6-0, 193, 4.37, 39, 4.0, 130, 10)         2,906
RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU  (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20)        2,900
DE/DT Christian Rector USC       (6-4, 275, 4.8, 32, 4.53, 116, 30)         2,900
AP-WR Amon-Ra St Brown USC (6-1, 195, 4.32, 39, 4.2, 128, 10)         2,900
OLB Patrick Queen LSU                 (6-2, 227, 4.4, 38-5, 4.22, 128, 20)    2,894
Dual QB Kedon Slovis USC            (6-3, 205, 4.66, 32, 4.44, 118)            2,890
AP-RB Xavier Jones SMU               (5-11, 208, 4.42, 36, 4.22)                   2,886
AP-RB Kenan Christon USC          (5-10, 185, 4.43, 41, 4.12, 128, 25)    2,872

FAB 14 DUAL THREAT QUARTERBACK MVP’S WEEK #11

OFFENSE

SIDEBAR I: Week #11 FAB 14 DUAL/QUARTERBACK MVP’S INCLUDE: Dual/QB Joe Burrow (6-4, 216, 4.62, 34, 4.32, 110) With 393-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 64-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 457-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD and a Great 199.3 QB Rating;  Dual/QB Kedon Slovis (6-3, 205, 4.66, 32, 4.44, 118) with 432-yards Passing and 4 TD and 3-yards Rushing, Giving Him 435-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD and a 196.1 QB Rating; Dual/QB Shane Buechele (6-1, 185, 4.62, 36, 4.31, 110) With 414-Yards Passing and 5 TD and Another 11-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 425-Yards of Total Offense and 5 TD and a 178.9 QB Rating; Dual/QB Kyle Trask (6-5, 237, 4.7, 32, 4.5) With 363-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 25-Yards Rushing and 1 TD, Giving Him 388-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD and a 165.9 QB Rating; Dual/QB James Blackman (6-4, 185, 4.62, 34, 4.32, 118, 10) With 346-Yards Passing and 2 TD and Another 29-Yards Rushing, Giving 375-Yards of Total Offense and 2 TD and a 206.4 QB Rating; Dual/QB Brandon Peters (6-5, 230 4.72) With  369-Yards Passing and 3 TD and a 145.0 QB Rating;  Dual/QB Chevan Cordeiro (6-1, 190, 4.62, 28, 4.6, 116) With 309-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 55-Yards Rushing and 2 TD, Giving Him 364-Yards of Total Offense and 5 TD, and a 189.9 QB RatingDual/QB, Jalen Hurts (6-2, 218, 4.48, 36, 4.19, 116) With 273-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 68-Yards Rushing and 2 TD, Giving Him 341-Yards of Total Offense and 5 TD, and a 187.8 QB RatingPassing QB Tanner Morgan (6-2, 215 4.72, 30, 4.36, 118, 10) With 339-Yards Passing and 3 TD and With a Tremendous 281.9 QB RatingDual/QB Trevor Lawrence (6-6, 220, 4.62) With 276-Yards Passing and 3 TD and Another 59-Yards Rushing and 1 TD, Giving Him 335-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD and a 186.4 QB RatingDual/QB Ian Book (6-1, 212, 4.72, 32, 4.46, 118, 10) With 181-Yards Passing and 4 TD and Another 139-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 320-Yards of Total Offense and 4 TD, and a 132.5 QB Rating; Dual/QB Sam Ehlinger (6-3, 235, 4.52, 34, 4.42, 118, 10) With 263-Yards Passing and 1 TD and Another 40-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 303 Yards of Total Offense and a TD and a 166.8 QB Rating; Dual/QB Jarren Williams (6-3, 211, 4.52, 34, 4.33, 118) With 253-Yards Passing and 6 TD and Another 23-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 276-Yards of Total Offense and 6 TD and a 169.0 QB Rating; and Dual/QB Aidon O’Connell (6-3, 210, 4.76, 32, 4.56, 112) With 271-Yards and 2 TD and With 4-Yards Rushing, Giving Him 275-Yards and 2 TD and a 169.0 QB Rating.

SIDEBAR II: Week #11 FAB 4 SUPER ALL-PURPOSE/RUNNING BACK MVP’S INCLUDE: AP/RB Jonathan Taylor (5-11, 219, 4.32, 38, 4.16, 128, 20, 10.5 100-Meters) With an Incredible 250-Yards Rushing and Had 1 Catch For Another 8-Yards, Giving Him 258-Yards of Total Offense; AP/RB Salvon Ahmed (6-0, 196, 4.28, 38, 4.16, 128, 20) With 174-Yards and 2 TD and He Also Returned 1 Kickoff For Another 35-Yards, Giving Him 209-Yards and 2 TD of Total Offense and;  AP/RB Clyde “The Spin Move” Edwards-Helaire (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20) With 103-Yards Rushing and 3 TD and Clyde “The Glide” Caught 9 Passes for Another 77-Yards and Another TD, and He Then Returned One Kickoff For Another 19-Yards, Giving Him 199-Yards of Total Offense and an Incredible 4 TD; and AP/RB Xavier Jones (5-11, 208, 4.42, 36, 4.22) With 157-Yards Rushing and 3 TD, and Also Caught 2 Passes for 15-Yards, Giving Him 172-Yards of Total Offense and 3 TD; Kenan Christon (5-10, 185, 4.43, 41, 4.12, 128, 25, 10.58 100-Meters) With 62-Yards Rushing and 4 Catches For 82-Yards and 2 TD, Giving Him 144-Yards of Total Offense and 2 TD.

SIDEBAR III: Week #11 ELITE 8 ALL-PURPOSE/WIDE RECEIVER MVP’S INCLUDE: AP/WR/KO Amon-Ra St. Brown (6-1, 195, 4.33, 39, 4.2) With 8 Catches For 173-Yards and 1 TD, Had 3 Rushes For 8-Yards, and Returned 3 Punts For Another 26-Yards, Giving Him 207-Yards of Total Offense and 1 TD;  WR Rashod Bateman (6-2, 215, 4.36) With 7 Catches For 203-Yards and 1 TD; AP/WR CeeDee Lamb (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10) With 8 Catches For 167-Yards and 2 TD and Returned 3 Punts For Another 28-Yards, Giving Him 195-Yards of Total Offense;  WR Josh Imatorbhebhe (6-2, 215, 4.44, 44, 4.27) With 4 Catches For 178-Yards and 2 TD; AP/WR/KO James Proche (6-0, 193, 4.37, 39, 4.0, 128, 10) With 14 Catches For 167-Yards and 2 TD, Had 1 Rush For 2-Yards, and Returned 2 Punts For Another 17-Yards, Giving Him 186-Yards of Total Offense;  WR JoJo Ward (5-9, 175, 4.33) With 7 Catches For 170-Yards and 2 TD; WR Tamorrion Terry (6-4, 203, 4.47) With 7 Catches For 156-Yards and 1 TD; and AP/WR/KO John Hightower (6-2, 183, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 128, 10) With 2 Catches For 46-Yards, Had 3 KO Returns For 61-Yards, and Had 2 Rushes For Another 39-Yards, Giving Him 150-Yards of Total Offense. 

SIDEBAR IV: Week #11 SUPER ELITE TIGHT END MVP’S INCLUDE: TE Kylen Granson (6-3, 235, 4.5, 37, 4.16, 122, 20) With The Most Incredible Game of The Year For a Tight End With 7 Catches For 138-Yards and 3 Touchdowns.

DEFENSE

SIDEBAR V: Week #11 SUPER ELITE TOP 20 DEFENSIVE MVP’S Include: EDGE RUSH DE  Jonathan Greenard (6-4, 263, 4.62, 32, 4.36, 118, 30) With An Incredible 2 Sacks and 5 TFL;  EDGE RUSH DE K’Lavon Chasson (6-4, 250, 4.56, 37, 4.31, 126, 30) With Team-High 10 Tackles, 3.5 TFL, 2 PB;  EDGE RUSH DE Curtis Weaver (6-3, 265, 4.56, 32, 4.14, 118, 30) With 2 Sacks;  DE Christian Rector (6-4, 275, 4.8, 32, 4.53, 116, 30) With 2 Solo Tackles and a  Game-Clinching Interception With 25-Seconds Left in The 31-26 Victory; and DE Tyreke Smith (6-4, 267, 4.62, 32, 4.52, 116, 30) With 3 Solo Tackles, and 2 Sacks;  DT Davon Hamilton (6-4, 310, 4.94, 28, 4.5) With 2 Sacks and DT/NG Curtis Brooks  (6-3, 295, 4.92, 32, 4.76, 116, 30) With 2 Solo Tackles and 2 Sacks. OLB Joe Tryon (6-5, 266, 4.62, 33, 4.42) With 7 Tackles, 6 Solo Tackles, 2 Sacks, and 4.5 TFL;  OLB Mohmmoud Diabate (6-4, 213. 4.46, 36, 4.23, 118, 20) With Incredible 3 Sacks; OLB  Michael Pinckney (6-1, 230, 4.52, 36, 4.22, 126, 20) With Game-High 8 Tackles, 7 Solo Tackles, 1 Sack, and 3 TFL; OLB Patrick Queen (6-1, 227, 4.42, 38, 4.28, 126, 20) With 1 Interception, 1/2 Sack, and 2 PB; and OLB Akeem Davis (6-2, 215) With 1 Sack, 2.5 TFL, and 2 PB.  ILB Daniel Bituli (6-3, 252) With 19 Tackles, 10 Solo Tackles, and 1/2 Sack; ILB Terrel Bernard (6-1, 222, 4.6, 36, 4.36) With an Incredible 19 Tackles, 1 Sack, and 1 Interception; and ILB Jordan Fehr (6-3, 230, 4.56, 37, 4.02) With 12 Tackles, 1 Sack, and 2 TFL. FS Hamsah Nasirildeen (6-4, 215, 4.41, 36, 4.22, 126, 10) With 22 Tackles, and 11 Solo Tackles and FS Sydney Brown (6-0, 210) With 2 Interceptions, Including a 76-Yard Return for a Touchdown.  FS Antoine Winfield (5-10, 205, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 10) With 2 Interceptions ; and FS Nicholas Ross (5-11, 175, 4.42) With 12 Tackles, 1 Sack, and 1 Interception. FS Grayland Arnold (5-10, 190, 4.32, 38, 4.12, 128, 10, 10.71 100-Meters) With 2 Interceptions.

SIDEBAR VI: Week #11 FAB 4 SPECIAL TEAMS/KICKER/PUNTER MVP’S Include: KICKER Cameron “Dicker The-Kicker” Dicker (6-1, 205) Kicked a Game-Winning 26-Yard Field Goal With Absolutely No-Time Left on The Clock To-Give His Team a 27-24 Victory;  KICKER J.D. Dellinger (6-2, 195) Kicked The Game-Winning 39-Yard Field Goal With 3 Seconds Left in The Game And Give His Team a 24-22 Victory;  KICKER Evan Price (6-1, 180) With a Game-Tying 23-Yard Field Goal With 7:34 Left in The Game For a 13-13 Score and Then The Game-Winning 37-Yard Field Goal For a 16-13 Victory; and  KICKOFF RETURN MAN K.J. Osborn (6-0, 205, 4.46, 32, 4.24) of Total Offense; Returned 5 Kickoffs For 104-Yards, Returned 2 Punts For 30-Yards,and Caught 3 Passes For Another 11-Yards, Giving Him 145-Yards of Total Offense.

WEEK #11 TRIO 400-YARD QUARTERBACK CLUB!
Joe Burrow, Kedon Slovis, and Shane Buechele

#1 400-YARD QUARTERBACK CLUB
JOE BURROW – LSU TIGERS

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Two LSU Tiger Super-Stars, Quarterback Joe Burrow (#9) and All-Purpose Running Back Clyde “The Spin-Move” Edwards-Helaire (#22) Had Another Incredible and Unbelievable Game, in The 46-41 Victory Over The Alabama Crimson Tide. Burrow Completed 31 of 39 Passes For 393-Yards and 3 Touchdown and he Also Rushed For Another 64-Yards, Giving Him a Totally Incredible and Mind-Boggling 457-Yards of Total Offense and 3 Touchdowns; While Clyde Recorded 199-Yards of Total Offense and 4 Touchdowns.

With Those Two Unbelievable and Incredible Performances Against The #3 Ranked Alabama Crimson Tide, Joe The Heisman Burrow and Clyde The Spin-Move Edwards-Helaire Were Both Named as The SEC Conference Co-Offensive Players of The Week Award, in The Victory of The Century.

Burrow Also Had an Excellent 189.5 Quarterback Rating, Which Was One of His Lowest Quarterback Ratings of His 2019 Football Season. In His Previous Game Against The Mississippi State Bulldogs, Burrow Completed 25 of 32 Passes For 327-Yards and 4 Touchdown Passes, which Also Includes The LSU Tigers School Record 30 Touchdown Passes in a Single Season. In That Game, Burrow Had an Incredible 205.2 Quarterback Rating.

In Fact, The Heisman Trophy Award Leading Candidate Quarterback Joe Burrow Had a 231.3 Quarterback Rating Against The Florida Gators and Burrow Has Now Led The LSU Tigers To a 10-0 Season Record, and Has Recorded 2,805-Yards Passing, 30 Touchdown Passes, and a Sensational 188.1 Quarterback Rating, For The 10-0 Record in His Ten Games.

In Their Opening SEC Conference Game and With a 66-38 Victory over The Vanderbilt Commodores, Burrow Completed 25 of 34 passes for 398-yards and an Incredible and Mind-Boggling 6 Touchdowns, and in That Game, Burrow Recorded Another Incredible 230.1 Quarterback Rating

On Monday, After The Saturday Game, Against The Alabama Crimson Tide, Burrow Was Named as The SEC Conference Offensive Player of The Week For The Fourth Week After He Was Also Named as SEC Offensive Player of The Week For Three of The Last Four Weeks. Only Two Other LSU Tiger Players in LSU School History Have Ever Won The SEC Conference Offensive Player of The Week Award. Those Two LSU Tiger Players Included Quarterback Tommy Hudson in 1989 and Quarterback JaMarcus Russell in 2006.

Against The Alabama Crimson Tide, Burrow Led an LSU Offense that Recorded 559-Yards of Total Offense and Scored 46-Points, Which is The Most by an LSU Tiger Team in The 84-Game Series Against The Crimson Tide.

Burrow finished the game with 457-Yards of Total Offense, Which Ranks-Him as The Third-Best Total in LSU Tigers School History. He also Extended his LSU Tigers School Record For Touchdown Passes To 33 Touchdowns as well as Running his LSU Tigers School Record of Games With At Least 20 Completions To 12 Straight Games.

In Passing For 6 Touchdowns, Burrow Broke Another LSU School Record For Touchdown Passes in a Single Game, Breaking his Own Record of 5 Touchdowns in One Game. Burrow Was Also Named as The Louisiana Sports Writers Louisiana Offensive Player of The Week For The Fourth Week.

Against The Crimson Tide, Joe Burrow Was Also Selected as The Walter Camp National Offensive Player of The Week, on Monday, For his Incredible Performance Over The Crimson Tide. Then, on Tuesday, he Earned The Maxwell Award as The National Offensive Player of The Week and The Co-Davey O’Brien National Quarterback of The Week Award.

Burrow Has Won The Walter Camp National Offensive Player Award and The National Maxwell Weekly Awards Twice this Season. He is Also Sharing The O’Brien Award with Minnesota Gopher Quarterback Tanner Morgan, who led The Gophers in an UPSET Victory Over The #4 Penn State Nittany Lions.

Burrow Became Only The Fourth Player in LSU Tigers School History, To Break The 3,000-Yard Passing Total For a Single Season, as He Ran his 2019 Total Passing Yards to 3,198-Yards Which Ranks Him Second To Rohan Davey With 3,347-Yards in 2001. Burrow Also Broke The Rohan Davey Record For The Most 300-Yard Games in a Single Season For The Seventh Game in 2019.

Although Joe Burrow Was Incredible in The Game Against The Alabama Crimson Tide, He Was Not The Only Sensational LSU Tiger Super-Star, as a QUAD-MVP, as All-Purpose Running Back Clyde “The Spin-Move” Edwards-Helaire (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.15) was Also Incredible on Offense; While Edge Rusher K’Lavon Chasson and Outside Linebacker Patrick Queen on Defense Were Also Outstanding and QUAD-MVP on Defense.

Image result for Clyde Edwards Helaire Photos Against AlabamaIn The Photo, QUAD-MVP Clyde (#22) is Demonstrating His “Spin-Move” Against The Alabama Crimson Tide, and Clyde Was All Over The Football Field as he Rushed For 103-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, Caught 9 Passes For 77-Yards and Another Touchdown, and Returned a Kickoff For Still Another 19-Yards, Giving Him 199-Yards of Total Offense and 4 Touchdowns.

K’Lavon Chasson (6-4, 250, 4.56, 37, 4.31, 126, 30) Recorded a Team-High 10 Tackles With 3.5 Tackles For a Loss and 2 Pass Breakups; While Patrick Queen (6-1, 227, 4.42, 38, 4.28, 126, 20) Had a Fabulous Interception Return With 1/2 Sack and 2 Pass Breakups, in Leading The LSU Tiger Defense

#2 400-YARD QUARTERBACK CLUB
KEDON SLOVIS – USC TROJANS

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The Southern Cal Trojans Had Just Lost Total Control of The PAC-12 South Division Race With a Very Ugly 56-24 Home Loss to NFL #1 Draft Choice Quarterback Justin Herbert and The Oregon Ducks; While The Utah Utes Rallied for a Victory Over The Washington Huskies. In This Game Against The Arizona State Sun Devils, The Trojans Found Themselves in a Tie for Second Place with Their Crosstown Rival UCLA Bruins and They Were Going To-Try and Rebound Against The Sun Devils in Tempe, Arizona.

The Trojans (6-4, 5-2 PAC-12) Were Going To-Need Plenty of Big Plays To-Win This Game Against The Sun Devils and Become Bowl Eligible, After Missing  Postseason Bowl Action Last Season, but in This Game, The Trojans Unbelievably Did Make A-Lot of Big-Plays and Won by Five Points.

In This Huge Game For The Trojans, a Super True Freshman Quarterback and QUAD-MVP Kedon Slovis (#9); Along  and a QUAD-MVP Senior Strongside Defensive End and QUAD-MVP Christian Rector (6-4, 275, 4.8, 32, 4.53, 116, 30) Recorded Several Incredible Plays; Plus Super Sophomore Wide Receiver and QUAD-MVP Amon-Ra St. Brown (6-1, 195, 4.33, 39, 4.2) Had a Career-High Game and They All Three Helped The Trojans To Win The Game 31-26 and Become Bowl Eligible; plus Another Trojan Player Will Be Honored For His Game in Week #11.

Slovis (6-3, 205, 4.66, 32, 4.44, 118) Was Unbelievable For a Freshman as He Completed 29 of 39 Passes For an Amazing Career-High 432-Yards and 4 Touchdowns and He Also Added Another 3-Yards Rushing, Giving Him an  Incredible 435-Yards of Total Offense and 4 Touchdowns and a Sensational 196.1 Quarterback Rating. The Trojans Future Looks Pretty-Much Set as Super Quarterback Kedon Slovis Records Several Historic Plays.

The Trojans Jumped-Off on The Sun Devils With an Incredible 28 Points in The First Quarter With Super Slovis Passing For an Unbelievable 297-Yards and 4 Touchdowns in That First Quarter.

All of his Touchdowns were in That First Quarter when He Completed 15-of-17 Passes, Including His First 11 Passes For 297-Yards to help The Southern Cal Trojans to a 28-7 lead.

With 9:56 Left in The First Quarter, Slovis Hit Drake London With an 8-Yard Touchdown and Then With 6:14 Left, Slovis Hit Freshman Tailback Kenan Christon, From San Diego, California With Another 8-Yard Touchdown.

SIDEBAR VII: At The Start of The Southern Cal Football Season, Freshman Kenan Christon Was a Fifth Team Tailback and in This Game, Against The Arizona State Sun Devils, He Got His First Career-Start and He Was Playing in Just His Fourth Game Ever For The Trojans. In This Incredible Game For The Trojans, Christon Responded with 62-Yards Rushing on 20 Carries and Caught 4 Passes For Another 82-Yards, Including Touchdown Catches of 8 and 58-Yards, Giving Him an Unbelievable 144-Yards of All-Purpose Yards. QUAD-MVP Christon Will Also Be Honored as an MVP in Week #11.

Slovis Then Hit Christon Again With His Beautiful 58-Yard Touchdown Pass. On His 58-Yard Touchdown Catch, Christon Dragged Several Defenders For The Last 20-Yards.

Kenan Christon Leaves Important Red-Shirt Decision To Coaches!
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Super Tailback Kenan Christon (5-10, 185, 4.43, 41, 4.12, 128, 25, 10.58 100-Meters) Has Reached a Huge Crossroads as a Southern Cal Trojan True Freshman Football Player.

On Saturday, The Southern Cal Trojans Played a Game Against The Arizona State Sun Devils, and Christon Got His First Career-Start, and He Was Also Playing in Just His Fourth Game Ever For The Trojans. If He Plays in Another Game, He Will Lose His Red-Shirt Year and Only Have Three Years Left of Eligibility. If He Sits-Out The Last Two Games and Also The Bowl Game, He Will Save This Year and Have Four Years of Eligibility Left For The Trojans.

The Trojan Coaches saw the Great Potential to run the Football Against The Arizona State Sun Devils, and Also Use Their Running Back in The Passing Game Against Arizona State Early in The Planning Stages Before The Game. The Trojan Coaches Told Christon to be Ready To-Play in The Game and They Also Told Fellow Freshman Quarterback Kedon Slovis Not to Hesitate in Throwing The Football To His True Freshman Teammate, Christon.

“I think it Shows Me mostly that The Coaches have a Lot of Trust in me, and so That Makes Me Feel Great,” Christon said.

With The Great Game Against The Arizona State Sun Devils, The Ultimate Decision on Weather To Redshirt Him or Not is Going To Be a Really Tough Decision For The Trojan Coaching Staff. 

The Southern Cal Trojans Head Football Coach Clay Helton and his Southern Cal Assistants Must Weigh Their Decision and Decide What is Really The Best for Christon, and What is Really The Best For The Trojans In The Long-Run and Big-Picture, as The Trojans are Trying To Win Games and Need Help in The PAC-12 South Division Race.

Then With 3-Seconds Left in The First Quarter, Slovis Hit Super-Star Wide Receiver and QUAD-MVP Amon-Ra St. Brown With Another Unbelievable and Incredible 95-Yard Touchdown Pass To-End The First Quarter With a 28-7 Trojan Lead.

QUAD-MVP Amon-Ra St. Brown (6-1, 195, 4.33, 39, 4.2) Had a Career-High Game With 8 Catches For 173-Yards and 1 Touchdown, Had 3 Rushes For 8-Yards, and Returned 3 Punts For Another 26-Yards, Including Another Career-High 24-Yard Punt Return, in The Fourth Quarter That Helped The Trojans Win The Victory, and Give Him 207-Yards of Total Offense and 1 Touchdown. QUAD-MVP Trojan Teammate Michael Pittman, Jr. Also had 13 Catches for 146-Yards.

St. Brown Brushed-Off his Huge 95-Yard Touchdown as The Result of Just One Big-Play. That Play Came Late in The First Quarter, With The Trojans Ahead 21-7. On The Incredible 95-Yard Touchdown, St Brown Ran a Seam-Pattern and He Looked Back at Slovis, Because The Safety Was So Far Away From Him, But Slovis Was Not Just Ready to Pass The Football, So St. Brown Just Kept Running Down The Field on His Pass-Pattern.

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There Were Three Defensive Backs Around St. Brown (#8) and it Looked Like a Passing Disaster, But Slovis Sorta Floated The Football Perfectly So St. Brown Could Catch The Football in Perfect-Stride and Complete The Incredible 95-Yard Touchdown Pass and The 28-7 Lead.

The Unbelievable 95-Yard Touchdown Pass From Slovis to St. Brown Was The Longest at Southern Cal Since The Southern Cal School Record of 97-Yards  in 1996.

At The First of The Season, True Freshman Kedon Slovis, From Scottsdale Desert Mountain High School, Arizona, had The Southern Cal Trojan Fans at The Coliseum Chanting “We love Slovis” in The Fourth Quarter of His Debut as The Southern Cal Trojan Starting Quarterback. Slovis Was Just One of Several Freshman Newcomers to make an early Impact this season in The PAC-12, but Slovis Has Been “The Talk of The PAC-12” After Passing For 377-Yards Against Stanford and Now With The 432-Yards Against The Arizona State Sun Devils. Slovis Was Pressed Into Early-Service, Because of The Season-Ending Knee Injury by J.T. Daniels in The Trojans Season Opener.

“When We Got Out There, Kedon Did Not Really Look Rattled,”said Amon-Ra St. Brown.  “He Rallied Us-Up After Every Drive and said, Let’s go.”

Let’s Not Forget The Heroics of QUAD-MVP Christian Rector! Rector Had Been Taken-Out of The Game so He Could Get A Breather In The Middle of The Arizona State Sun Devils Final Drive, but The Red-Shirt Senior Defensive End Talked His Way Back Into The Game.

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When Rector (#89) Got Back Into The Game, He Freed-Off The Edge and Slipped into Pass Coverage and as he Did So, he Realized That The Football Was Coming His Way and he Stuck His Hand-Up and Tipped The Football To Himself and Then Made an Incredible Diving Interception.

With This Unbelievable Athletic Play, Senior Captain Rector (6-4, 275, 4.8, 32, 4.53, 116, 30) Sealed The Southern California  Trojans Victory as The Arizona State Sun Devils Were Trying To-Make a Last-Ditch Comeback Attempt as They Were Only Five-Points Behind. This Incredible Interception Secured The Trojans Bowl Game Eligibility For 2019 and gave The Trojans Head Coach Clay Helton a Little More Respite for a Few Days!

“I Can Not Tell You How Proud I am of our Defense Today, Because They Were in a lot of Bad Situations Today as Far as Field-Position,” Helton said.

#3 400-YARD QUARTERBACK CLUB
SHANE BUECHELE – SMU MUSTANGS

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Back in 2015, Shane Buechele (#7) Was a Senior Dual-Quarterback at Arlington Lamar High School in Texas and He Completed 138 of 213 Passes For 2,043-Yards and 19 Touchdowns Passes. He Also Rushed For Another 643-Yards and 7 Touchdowns, Giving Him 2,686-Yards of Total Offense and 26 Touchdowns as a Senior. During His High School Career, Buechele Passed for 6,379-Yards and 73 Touchdowns and He Rushed For Another 1,805-Yards and 21 Touchdowns, Giving Him 8,184-Yards of Offense and 94 Touchdowns.

After His Outstanding High School Career, Buechele Was Selected Twice as a Texas 6-A All-State Player and a Three-Time All-District Selection, Along With The Offensive MVP of District 4-6A. Buechele Had Scholarship Offers From Texas, Oklahoma, Houston, Texas Tech, California, Ole Miss, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, TCU, and SMU. He Committed To The Texas Longhorns on February 23, 2015 and Enrolled on January 19, 2016.

As a True Freshman, in 2016, Buechele Started All 12 Games For The Texas Longhorns and Completed 236 of 391 Passes  For 2,958-Yards and a Texas Longhorn Freshman School Record and 21 Touchdown Passes, Which Was The Texas Longhorn Second-Most In School History. Buechele Was The Firat Texas Longhorn Quarterback Since 2009 To Have at least 2,500-Yards Passing and 20 Touchdowns in a Single-Season and Finally, Buechele Became The First Texas Longhorn Quarterback Since 1944 To Start His First and Second Career Games as a True Freshman Quarterback.

Buechele Was The Texas Longhorn Starting Quarterback in 2016 When He Set Several Texas Longhorn Freshman School Passing Records, But He Was Second Team, Behind Sam Ehlinger in 2017 as The Texas Longhorns Went 10-4 and Beat The Georgia Bulldogs in The Sugar Bowl Game. Buechele Played in two games in 2017, But When Ehlinger Was Injured, He Guided The Texas Longhorns to Victories Over The Baylor Bears and The Iowa State Cyclones.

In 2018, Buechele Played in Only Two Games and Therefore He Redshirted and as The SMU Mustangs Starting Quarterback as a Graduate Transfer, Buechele Would Be Just Like Joe Burrow, Jalen Hurts, and Justin Fields.

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Sonny Dykes (In Photo) was Named as The SMU Mustangs New Head Football Coach on December 11, 2017. Dykes Arrived on The SMU Mustangs Hilltop after Head Coaching Assignments For The California Golden Bears and The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs.

In His First Football Season in 2018, on The SMU Mustangs Hilltop, Dykes Led The Mustangs to a 5-7 Overall Record, going 4-4 in The American Athletic Conference West Division Play. The 2018 Season Also Included a 45-31 Win over The #17 Houston Cougars.

The SMU Mustangs Exploded With One of The Most Explosive Offenses in The Country and Also in The SMU Mustangs School History and a Greatly Improved Super SMU Mustangs Defense. Following His First Year With The SMU Mustangs, Dykes and His Coaching Staff Recruited a Recruiting Class That Ranked Among The Very Best in The American Athletic Conference.

If There Was a Big Concern About The SMU Mustangs Having A Big Letdown After Coming-Off of Their 54-48 First Loss to #19 Memphis State, It Disappeared Early In The First Quarter In Another Wild and High-Scoring Game With The East Carolina Pirates. Buechele threw for 414-Yards as The SMU Mustangs Finished with 726 Total Offensive Yards.

In This Game, After Passing For 456-Yards and 3 Touchdowns Against Memphis State, Super SMU Mustang Quarterback Shane Buechele (#7) Had Another Incredible Game Against The East Carolina Pirates as He Completed 37 of 46 Passes For an Incredible 414-Yards and 5 Touchdowns. Buechele Also Rushed For Another 11-Yards, Giving Him 425-Yards of Total Offense and 5 Touchdowns. He Also Had a 140.8 Quarterback Rating. Buechele Passed For 414-Yards as The SMU Mustangs Finished with 726-Yards of Total Offense as Compared To The Same Amount For The Pirates (3-7, 0-6).

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QUAD-MVP Buechele Had an Outstanding Passing Game With 414-Yards Passing and 5 Touchdowns, but he Also Had Three Other Super SMU Mustang QUAD-MVP Skill Players, Including Super SMU Mustang Running Back Xavier Jones (#5) From Spring, Texas Had 157-Yards Rushing and 3 Touchdowns. Jones Also Caught 2 Passes From Buechele For Another 15-Yards, Giving Him 172-Yards of Total Offense and 3 Touchdowns.

QUAD-MVP Jones (5-11, 208, 4.42, 36, 4.22) Is Seen Scoring His 18th Career Touchdown as He Also Broke one of The Old Eric Dickerson Rushing Records. Jones Ran for 157-Yards and Had 3 Rushing Touchdowns For The Third Time This Season For The Mustangs. In This Game, His Total Touchdowns Reached 20, Including 18 Rushing and 2 Receiving Touchdowns, Which Was One More than The 19 Touchdowns, on The Ground, of Pro Football Hall of Fame Running Back Eric Dickerson had in 1981.

The SMU Mustangs, Started 8-0 For The First time Since Dickerson was Leading The Unbelievable SMU Mustangs Pony Express in his Final Season in 1982, But The Loss to Memphis left The Mustangs Needing Some Help To-Reach The AAC Conference Championship Game Even If They Win Their Final Two Regular-Season Football Games.

“Our Guys Showed-Up on Sunday and had the exact frame of mind We Wanted them to have,” SMU Mustangs Head Coach Sonny Dykes said. “We Did Not Have To-Beg Them to Practice After The Memphis Loss. They All Showed-Up and Handled Their Business.”

SIDEBAR VII: In a Million-To-One Percentage or More of It Ever Happening in a Football Game, The SMU Mustangs and East Carolina Pirates Had The Exact Same Total Offense of 726-Yards of Total Offense and Their Combined Total Was an Incredible and Eye-Popping 1,452-Yards of Total Offense.

Another QUAD-MVP For The SMU Mustangs Was James Proche (6-0, 193, 4.37, 39, 4.0, 128, 10) Who Caught 14 Buechele-Passes For 167-Yards and 2 Touchdowns. Proche Also Had 1 Rush For 2-Yards and 2 Punt Returns For Another 17-Yards, Giving Him 186-Yards of Total Offense and 2 Touchdowns.

Proche (#3) Had an Unbelievable Career-Day and Set The SMU Mustangs School Record For Touchdown Catches with His 35th Career Touchdown Catch on his First Touchdown of The Game. Proche, From Desoto High School in Texas, Outside of Dallas, Broke The Career Touchdown Record of The Emmanuel Sanders School Record.

Before The 2019 Season Started, Proche (#3) Was Considered as One of The Top Wide Receivers in The Country and He Was on The Fred Biletnikoff, The Maxwell Award, and The Paul Hornung Award Watch Lists. Porche Was Also Selected To The Athlon Sports Preseason First Team AAC Conference on Offense and Special-Teams Fourth Team. Porche Was Also Selected To The Phil Steele Pre-Season Fourth Team All-American Team, and Also The College Football News Pre-Season AAC All-Conference Team.

As a Junior in 2018, Porche (#3) Led The Mustangs With 93 Pass Catches for 1,199-Yards and 12 Touchdowns and He Also Was The Mustangs Team-Leading Return-Man With 20 Punt Returns for 165-Yards and 12 Kick Returns for Another 276-Yards, Giving Him 441-Yards in Return Yards. He Also Had 2 Rushes For 17-Yards, Giving Him 458-Yards Added To His 1,199-Yards and a 2018 Total of 1,657-Yards of Total Offense.

Porche Led The AAC Conference in Pass Receiving and was in The Top 12 in The Country In Pass Receptions Per Game With 7.8 Catches Which Was 5th in The Country and 13th in The Country In All-Purpose Yards With 138.1-Yards Per Game. Porche Had Five 100-Yard Games, Giving Him Nine 100-Yard Career Games. Going Into The 2019 Season, Porche Also Ranked 5th on The All-Time SMU Mustang Career Pass Receptions List With 24 Touchdowns and his 190 Catches Was 7th on Both Career Receptions With 190 Catches and Reception Yards With 2,724-Yards.

Still Another Skilled QUAD-MVP Was Super SMU Mustang Tight End Kylen Granson (6-3, 235, 4.5, 37, 4.16) Who Possibly Had The Most Incredible Game of The Year, In The Country For a Tight End as He Caught 7 Passes For 138-Yards and 3 Touchdowns. One of His Three Touchdown Passes, Included a 31-Yard Touchdown Catch on a Fourth-Down and 20 with The Mustangs Only Leading 45-44 Midway Through the Fourth Quarter.

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Granson is a Rice Owls Transfer From Austin Westlake, Texas and He Sat-Out Last Year and Now Has 8 Touchdowns. “We All Knew That The East Carolina Team Was a Really Good Team That Could Score a Lot of points,” said Granson. “Our Focus Was That We Still Have Got a lot to play for.”

On The Kickoff-Return That Followed The Third Granson Touchdown, The East Carolina Return-Man Could Not Recover The Loose Football at The 15-Yard Line and The Mustangs Recovered The Football and it Led to The Proche Second Touchdown Catch.

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