The Max Emfinger 2013 College Football Super Seven Newsletter #7




This week, there were Seven Super Quarterbacks who had at least 400-Yards of Total Offense or better, including 1. Sean Mannion-493-Yards; 2. Shane Carden-480-Yards; 3. Johnny Manziel-470-Yards; 4. Marcus Mariota-454-Yards; 5. Brett Hundley-429-Yards; and 6. Davis Webb-415-Yards. Adam Kennedy with 397-Yards and a 202.2 Quarterback Rating is our #7 Quarterback.

1. QB Sean Mannion – Oregon State – Mannion has been sensational in game after game this year and he was again on Saturday as he completed 31 of 51 passes for an amazing 493-Yards and Four Touchdowns as the Beavers beat Washington State by a 52-24 score. Last week, against Colorado, Mannion set a school record with Six Touchdown passes in a single game in the Beavers 44-17 victory over the Buffs. In that game, Junior QB Mannion (6-5, 220) completed 27 of 52 passes for 414-Yards and Six Touchdowns. With this win, against the Cougars, the Beavers moved to a 3-0 record in Pac-10 Conference play and a 5-1 overall record. Mannion now has 25 Touchdowns on the year and 56 Touchdowns in his career, good for third-most in the Oregon State History.

There are a lot of great Heisman Trophy Candidates, including Johnny ManzielMarcus Mariota, and Tajh Boyd, but you had better not leave out Sean Mannion, because he has thrown for 2,511 Total-Yards with 25 Touchdowns and he’s had just three interceptions. He’s averaging a Mind-Boggling 418.5-Yards passing a game to lead all BCS Quarterbacks. He’s also the leader in the Country in total offense with an average of 406.3-Yards a game.

Mannion is also on pace to throw 50 Touchdown passes this season, which would rank fourth in the NCAA Record Book. Mannion won the Pac-12 Player of the Week Award for the Second time this season and becomes the first Pac-12 Award Winner in 2013 with two Awards. 

2. QB Shane Carden – East Carolina – Carden has been sensational all of this year and on Saturday he was again as he completed 41 of 55 passes for 480-Yards and a Touchdown, but it was not enough as the Tulane Green Wave UPSET the Pirates by a 36-33 score in Triple Overtime at the Mercedes-Benz SuperDome in New Orleans

Junior QB Carden (6-2, 219, 4.86) is a Former Two-Star High School player from Houston Espiscopal, Texas that was lightly recruited, but Pirates Head Coach Ruffin McNeil convinced him to come join him at East Carolina and all Pirate fans are still marveled over his passing accuracy as he currently leads the country in passing efficiency with a current 73.6 Passing Completion Accuracy.

Against Tulane, Junior WR Justin Hardy (6-0, 185, 4.4) caught 17 passes for 230-Yards; while Super Senior RB Vintavious Cooper (5-9, 205, 4.4) rushed for 87-yards on 22 carries and six passes for another 84-yards, giving him 171-Yards of All-Purpose Yards.

Carden has been so stunning this season, he has been added to the Maxwell Award Watch List as one of the Top Players in the Country. Joining Carden, as new additions in the Maxwell Award Watch List are Boston College Running back Andre Williams and FSU Freshman Quarterback Jameis Winston

3. QB Johnny Manziel – Texas A&M – Manziel put-up Heisman Numbers again but he had a lot more things than Football to deal with on Saturday night, including an early injury scare, a pretty good Ole Miss Defense and a few uncharacteristic mistakes. By the time the fourth quarter rolled around, Johnny Football was back to his usual self as he completed 31 of 39 passes for 346-yards and ran for another 124-yards, and two Touchdowns, giving him 470-Yards of Total Offense as they beat Ole Miss 41-38 in a thiller as the Aggie Kicker kicked a 33-yard Field Goal as time expired. Manziel (6-1, 200, 4.5) is only a Red-Shirt Sophomore, but this will probably be his last year to play Football in College.

4. QB Marcus Mariota – Oregon – Mariota has been increbile all season ans Saturday was no different. In that game on Saturday against Washington, Mariota completed 24 of 31 passes for 366-yards and three Touchdowns; plus he also rushed for another 88-yards, giving him 454-Yards of Total Offense in the 45-24 victory over the Huskies. Sophomore QB Mariota (6-4, 220, 4.5) of Honolulu, Hawaii is just a “Real Freak” at Quarterback. He is the Quarterback that is getting a lot of the early Heisman hype and he still hasn’t played a full game this season. Last week, against ColoradoMariota   set a school record with 42 points accounted for in the victory and in that game Mariota recorded a tremendous 230.8 Quarterback Rating. After Five games, Mariota  ranked eighth in the country in passing efficiency and with a 176.30 Quarterback Rating and ninth in Total Offense with a 339.20 Yard per game average, helping Oregon to a a Total Offense of 630.40-Yards per game average.

Bralon Addison has been a sensational “Go-To” Wide Receiver for Mariota and this Saturday was no different as he caught eight pases for 157-Yards and Two Touchdowns. Last week, against Colorado, Addison helped the Ducks beat the  Buffs by a 57-16 score. In that game, Sophomore WR Addison (5-10, 190, 4.4) of Missouri City, Texas only caught five passes, but two of them went for Touchdowns.

Oregon is 6-0 and they scored at least 55 Points in their first five games this year under New Head Coach Mark Helfrich, a former Offensive-Coordinator at Colorado, who took over when Coach Chip Kelly left to be the Head Coach of the Philadelphia Eagles

5. QB Brett Hundley – UCLA – Hundley is another one of the best Athletic Quarterbacks in the country and he has been putting-up some unbelievable stats all season. In the game on Saturday against California, Sophomore QB Hundley (6-3, 227, 4.5) had one of his best games of his career as he completed 31 of 41 passes for 410-yards and Three Touchdowns and he also ran for another 18-Yards, giving him 429-Yards of Total Offense as the Bruins beat the Golden Bears by a 37-10 score. Hundley set School Single-Season records in 2012 with 318 completions, 3,740 passing yards, and 4,095 Yards of Total Offense.

6. QB Davis Webb – Texas Tech – Webb was outstanding again as he completed 35 of 56 passes for 415-Yards and three Touchdowns as he led the Red Raiders to a 42-35 victory over Iowa State.

7. QB Adam Kennedy – Arkansas State – Kennedy was incredible on Saturday ar he completed 22 of 32 passes for 375-yards and Four Touchdowns in leading the Red Wolves to a 48-24 victory over the Idaho Vandals at Liberty Bank Stadium. Kennedy (6-5, 220, 4.8) also rushed nine times for another 22-yards, giving him 397-Yards of Total Offense. The Red Wolves are Consecutive Sun Belt Champions and they are loaded again with Senior WR Jones (6-0, 190, 4.4) being one of their outstanding athletes. Jones caught four passes from Kennedy for 135-yards, including a beautiful 80-yard Touchdown. Kennedy had an outstanding 202.2 Quarterback Rating in this game. The 80-Yard Touchdown to Jones made the ESPE Sweet Sixteen Plays of the Week.

Emfinger SuperScout Personal Evaluation (ESPE)

1. RET Ty Montgomery – Stanford – Montgomery returning 100-yard Kickoff for TD!
1. RET Autrey Golden – UTEP – Golden returning 100-yard Kickoff for TD!
2. RET Derrick Stozier – Tulane – Stozier returning 99-yard Interception for TD!
3. RET J.D. McKissic – Arkansas State – McKissic returning 98-yard Kickoff for TD!
4. RB Terry Baggett – Army – Baggett running for 96-yard TD!
5. RET Jarvis West – Iowa State – West returning 95-yard Kickoff for TD!
6. WR Tevin Reese – Baylor – Reese catching 93-yard TD from Petty!
7. RET Daje Johnson – Texas – Johnson returning 85-yard punt for TD!
8. WR Julian Jones – Arkansas State – Jones catching 80-yard TD from Kennedy!
9. RET Devon Smith – Marshall – Smith returning 77-yard Punt for TD!
10. RB Melvin Gordon – Wisconsin – Gordon running for 71-yard TD!
11. WR Jordan Leslie – UTEP – Leslie catching 71-yard TD from Showers!
12. WR Vince Sanders – Ole Miss – Sanders catching 70-yard TD from Wallace!
13. WR Alex Amidon – Boston College – Amidon catching 69-yard TD from Rettig!
14. RB Terry Baggett – Army – Baggett running for 67-yard TD!
15. WR Josh Huff – Oregon – Huff catching 65-yard TD from Mariota!
16. RB Tevin Coleman – Indiana – Coleman running for 64-yard TD!-

2013 Elite 18 Permanent MidField Kickers of the Week – Week #7

1. K Marshall Morgan – Georgia – Morgan kicking 56-yard Field Goal!
2. K Wil Lutz – Georgia State – Lutz kicking 53-yard Field Goal!
3. K Anthony Fera – Texas – Fera Kicking 50 and 43-yard Field Goals!
3. K Jake Elliott – Memphis – Elliott kicking 50 and 42-yard Field Goals!
4. K Chris Boswell – Rice – Boswell kicking 49-yard Field Goal!
4. K Nate Freese – Boston College – Freese kicking 49-yard Field Goal!
5. K Cody Journell – Virginia Tech – Journell kicking 48 and 42-yard Field Goals!
5. K Ty Long – UAB – Long kicking 48-yard Field Goal!
6. K Andy Phillips – Utah – Phillips kicking 48-yard Field Goal!
7. K Marvin Kloss – South Florida – Kloss kicking 47 and 43-yard Field Goals!
8. K Chris Blewitt – Pittsburgh – Blewitt kicking 47-yard Field Goal!
9. K Brandon Gibbons – Michigan – Gibbons kicking 47-yard Field Goal!
10. K Ka’imi Fairbairn – UCLA – Fairbairn kicking 47-yard Field Goal! 
11. K Sam Ficken – Penn State – Ficken kicking 45 and 43-yard Field Goals!
12. K Scott Secor – Ball State – Secor kicking 45-yard Field Goal!
13. K Jay Mattox – UTEP – Mattox kicking 45-yard Field Goal!
14. K Andre Heidari – Southern Cal – Heidari kicking 45-yard Field Goal!
15. K Tony Miliano – Cincinnati – Miliano kicking 44-yard Field Goal!
16. K Jaden Oberkrom – TCU – Oberkrom kicking 44-yard Field Goal!
16. K Andrew Baggett – Missouri – Baggett kicking 44-yard Field Goal!
16. K Andrew Furney – WSU – Furney kicking 44-yard Field Goal!
16. K Andrew Ritter – Ole Miss – Ritter kicking 44-yard Field Goal!
16. K Andy Phillips – Utah – Phillips kicking 44-yard Field Goal!
17. K Cairo Santos – Tulane – Santos kicking 43, (3)42, and 28 Field Goals!
17. K Vincenzo D’Amato – Cal – D’Amato kicking 43-yard Field Goal!
18. K Andrew Furney – WSU – Furney kicking 41-yard Field Goal!
18. K Andrew Baggett – Missouri – Baggett kicking 41-yard Field Goal!- 

1. Alabama, 2. Oregon, 3. FSU 4. Ohio State, 5. Clemson, 6. Baylor, 7. Stanford, 8. Louisville, 9. Oklahoma, 10. LSU, 11. Texas A&M, 12. Missouri


1. RB Terry Baggett – Army – Baggett has been outstanding all season in the Army Triple-Option Attack, but on Saturday, he was incredible as he did something that no other Army Running Back in the history of West Point Football has ever done. And that was to rush for 300-Yards in a Single Game. In fact, Junior RB Baggett (6-1, 200, 4.5) rushed for 304-Yards on only 18 rushes and scored Four Touchdowns on Touchdown Runs of 96, 67, 34, and 4-Yards. This is also a “Mind-Boggling” average of 16.9 Yards Per Carry.  The Baggett 96-Yard Touchdown made the ESPE Sweet Sixteen Plays of the Week.

2. AP Ty Montgomery – Stanford – Montgomery has been pretty sensational all season and in fact last week against Washington, he returned the Opening Kickoff 99-Yards for a Touchdown; returned another Kickoff for 66-yards, caught three passes for 56-yards, including a 39-Yard Touchdown catch; and rushed for 30 yards, giving him 290-All-Purpose Yards as Stanford were able to beat Washington by a 31-28 score.

This week against Utah, in a losing effort, Junior WR Montgomery (6-2, 212, 4.4) from Tahlequah, Oklahoma had eight catches for 131-yards and returned three kickoffs for another 160-yards, including a 100-Yard Kickoff Return for a Touchdown, giving him an incredible 291-Yards of All-Purpose Yards as the Utes UPSET the Cardinal by a 27-21 score. The 100-Yard Kickoff for Touchdown made the ESPE Sweet Sixteen Plays of the Week.

3. WR Justin Hardy – East Carolina – Hardy is the “Go-To” Wide Receiver for All-American Quarterback Shane Carden. In the game on Saturday, against Tulane, Carden completed 41 of 55 passes for 480-Yards and a Touchdown, but it was not enough as the Green Wave UPSET the Pirates by a 36-33 score in Triple Overtime at the Mercedes-Benz SuperDome in New OrleansCarden hit Junior WR Hardy (6-0, 185, 4.4) with an amazing 17 passes for 230-Yards.

4. RB Bishop Sankey – Washington – Sankey has been outstanding all season and he was again on Saturday as he rushed for 167-yards on 28 carries and scored Two Touchdowns. Junior RB Sankey (5-10, 205, 4.5) also caught five passes for another 38-yards, giving him 205-Yards of Total Offense as the Huskies lost to Oregon.

5. WR Tevin Reese – Baylor – Reese has been an outstanding all year for the Baylor Fast-Pace Offense and on Saturday against Kansas State, Reese caught five passes from All-American Quarterback Bryce Petty (6-3, 230, 4.62) for 184-Yards and Two Touchdowns, including 93 and 54-yards as the Bears beat the Wildcats 35-25. This brought the Bears record to 5-0. Junior IR Tevin Reese (5-10, 170, 4.32) caught the 93-Yard Touchdown from Petty. In his first five starts of his career, Petty already has better stats than both RGII and Nick Florence. The 93-Yard Touchdown Pass to Reese made the ESPE Sweet Sixteen Plays of the Week.

6. AP Julian Jones – Arkansas State – Jones was unbelievable on Saturday against Idaho as he caught four passes from QB Adam Kennedy (6-5, 220, 4.8) for 135-yards, including a beautiful 80-Yard Touchdown and he also returned two Kickoffs for another 45-yards, giving him 180-Yards of All-Purpose Yards as the Red Wolves beat the Vandals by a 48-24 score. The Red Wolves are Consecutive Sun Belt Champions and they are loaded again with Senior WR Jones (6-0, 190, 4.4) being one of their most outstanding athletes. The 80-Yard Touchdown Pass to Jones made the ESPE Sweet Sixteen Plays of the Week.

7. RB Melvin Gordon – Wisconsin – Gordon has been sensational all season and he was again on Saturday against Northwestern as he rushed for 172-yards on 22 carries and caught one pass for another five-yards, giving him 177-Yards of Offense in the 35-6 victory over the Wildcats. Sophomore RB Gordon (6-1, 206, 4.5) has teamed with Senior RB James White (5-10, 200, 4.5) to form an outstanding Running Back Combination to replace All-American RB Montee Ball.-

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1. MLB Bryce Hager – Baylor – Hager was sensational on Saturday against Kansas State as he recorded a Career-High 18 tackles, including an “Eye-Popping” 14 solo tackles and two tackles for a loss; and with a Quarterback Sack in leading the Undefeated Baylor Bears to a 5-0 record with a 35-25 victory over the Wildcats and for his tremendous performance, Hager was named as the Lott Defensive IMPACT Player of the Week in the Big-12 Victory.

Junior MLB Hager (6-1, 235, 4.56) of Austin Westlake, Texas is listed on several Defensive Watch Lists, including The Dick Butkus Watch List, The Chuck Bednarik Watch List, and The Vince Lombardi Watch List. In 2012, Hager averaged 9.5 tackles per game.

2. FS Derrick Strozier – Tulane – Strozier was sensational on Saturday as he changed the entire complexion of the game with East Carolina and their All-American Quarterback Shane Carden. It was in the third quarter of a battle of Field Goals with the Green Wave ahead 9-6 on the basis of All-American Senior Kicker Cairo Santos (5-9, 160) who had kicked three from 42, 28, and 42-yards. The Pirates were about to score and take the lead when Strozier stepped in front of a Carden pass at the one-yard line and raced 99-yards for the Touchdown and a 16-6 lead. The Green Wave eventually won the game 36-33 in Triple Overtime as Santos kicked his fifth Field Goal and third 42-yarder to win it.

3. DE Jackson Jeffcoat – Texas – Jeffcoat has been injured for some of the season, but he was well in the Texas/Oklahoma Game on Saturday and he made his presence known on the Texas Defense as he helped his Longhorn Teammates to UPSET the Sooners by a 36-20 score. I remember when Senior DE Jeffcoat (6-4, 252, 4.67) from Plano, Texas was the #1 Recuit in the State of Texas. On Saturday, Jeffcoat recorded three tackles, but two of his tackles were for Quarterback Sacks for a Minus 16-Yards and he also had two Quarterback Hurries. This game might “Jump-Start” his Senior Season and propel him into a Higher NFL Draft Position.  In 2012, Jeffcoat recorded 71 Tackles and 21 tackles for a loss, both more than Longhorn Teammate and fellow DE Alex Okafer who was Drafted in the Fourth Round of the NFL.

Jeffcoat has been Named to various Defensive Watch Lists, including The Chuck Bednarik Watch List; The Bronco Nagurski Watch List; The Walter Camp Watch List; and The Vince Lombardi Watch List. Jeffcoat is a Hybred DE/OLB who could be Drafted at either position in the NFL. Jeffcoat ran a 4.5 in the Forty at Plano High School, Texas. His Dad, Jim Jeffcoat, was a Defensive End for the Dallas Cowboys and played in the NFL for 15-years.

4. FS Ahmad Dixon – Baylor – Dixon has been a sensational Safety for Baylor Defensive Coordinator Phil Bennett for three years and against Kansas State on Saturday, Dixon had one of his best games as the Bears beat a Wildcat Team that had plans on Upsetting the Bears in Manhattan in front of their home fans in “Payback” for the Bears beating them in 2012 when the Wildcats were ranked #1 in the BCS Polls.

On Saturday, Senior FS Dixon (6-0, 210, 4.42) of Waco, Texas recorded eight tackles, including six solo tackles and he had two pass breakups. Then, Dixon saved the best for last when he got a crucial interception with 3:48 left in the game and with the Wildcats driving for a Touchdown. This was his first Interception of the season, but it sealed the 35-25 victory over the Wildcats and kept their record unbeaten at 5-0.

5. LB Kentrell Brothers – Missouri – Brothers was outstanding on a Missouri Defense that seems to be getting better each week. On Saturday, Sophomore LB Brothers (6-1, 240, 4.7) of Guthrie, Oklahoma recorded a Career-High 10 tackles, including three solo tackles, but he also recorded an interception with less than a minute left in the game to seal a 41-26 UPSET Victory over the Georgia Bulldogs at Bulldog Stadium.

6. OLB James Burgess – Louisville – Burgess has been outstanding all of this season, but he was especially spectacular on Thursday Night on ESPN against Rutgers. I was able to watch that game and I thought that Burgess was outstanding. In that game, Sophomore OLB Burgess (6-0, 210, 4.5) from Homestead, Florida recorded seven tackles, but he recorded a great interception in the fourth quarter that helped the Cardinals beat Rutgers by a 24-10 score. Burgess also returned the Interception 39-yards.

7. ILB Chris Borland – Wisconsin – Borland had an outstanding game on Saturday against Northwestern as he keyed a Badger Defense that helped the Wildcats to only 241-Yards of Total Offense. In the 3-4 Badger DefenseSenior ILB Borland (5-11, 242, 4.6) recorded ten tackles, including one tackle for a loss and he also had a Quarterback Sack. Borland also had one Quarterback Hurry and a pass breakup as the Badgers won 35-6 over the Wildcats. In the 2012 Season , Borland was an All-Big-10 Player and he recorded 104 tackles.-

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My mission and goal is to search for that hidden high school football talent that has not been found yet. I then evaluate him and try to help him to get some publicity. In 2003, 2004, 2005. and 2006, I hosted my Annual 7on7 National Championship. My goal was to get great athletes to one area where I could evaluate them and then help them with college coaches. The only drawback was that college coaches wanted to see the hidden gems in a game-type highlight film and so the college coaches suggested to me that I host a real All-American Bowl Game so that they could view these talented players in a highlight film, playing against other talented players. It's noted that the NCAA doesn't allow the college coaches to attend All-American Games or practices and so the Game Film is a great tool for the college coaches. In 2005, I hosted my 1st Annual All-American Bowl Game. In nine games in nine years, my wife and I have helped 549 HS football players to get a scholarship that came to our first Bowl Game practice without a single scholarship offer. This also does not count over 1,000 players who we have helped that did not play in our game, including over 100 players in the 2010 Recruiting Season. My Super Elite Top Gun Camp idealogy, is of course, to get as many Top Football Players to a Top Gun Camp so that all of my coaches and I can evaluate them, rate them, rank them, and promote them. There will always be "Diamonds in the Rough" to be found. My First Annual Max Emfinger's Super Elite Top Gun Camp was in July of 2010. The Camp was amazing and loaded with unknown and known talent. Many of them were invited to play in our 2011 All-American Bowl Game Classic. In 2007, in my 3rd Annual All-American Bowl Game, a player by the name of Kareem Jackson came to our first Monday practice, without a single scholarship offer. Jackson decided to come out early and he became a #1 Draft Choice in the 2010 NFL Draft for the Houston Texans.
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