College Football Backfield of the Week – Week Four By Super Scout Max Emfinger

 

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2015 COLLEGE FOOTBALL BACKFIELD OF THE WEEK – FOUR
BY Super Scout Max Emfinger

CO-QUARTERBACK PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

 QUARTERBACK TREVONE BOYKIN – TCU #2

Quarerback Trevone Boykin was Sensational again for the Second Second Straight Weekend as he Completed 34-of-54 for 485-Yards, Four Touchdowns, and No Interceptions. Boykin also Rushed for another 42-Yards on 14 Carries, giving him 527-Yards of Total Offense.

His Top Wide Receiver, Josh Doctson, was also Incredible as he Caught 18-Passes for a Mind-Boggling 267-Yards and Three Touchdown Passes from Boykin as the Horned Frogs beat Texas Tech in a 55-52 Victory.

It was a Very Exciting and Hectic Game and Then in the Fourth Quarter, on Fourth-And-Goal from the 4-Yard Line, a Boykin Pass was high to Doctson, but he got a hand on it and RB Aaron Green grabbed the ball as he fell out of the End-Zone and the Video Replay confirmed that Green had control of the ball before he got a foot in bounds for the Winning Touchdown.

Boykin Completed more than 60-Percent of his Passes for the FBS Second-Highest FBS Passing-Yardage Total For Week 4, behind Cincinnati Quarterback Hayden Moore.

The Circus Clutch Touchdown Completion to Running Back Aaron Green on Fourth Down with just 23 Seconds Left in the Game. The Horned Frogs were hurting with a lot of Injuries, but they are still a Top Five Team in the Country, thanks to Trevone Boykin and Josh Doctson, who are Two of the Greatest Playmakers in the Country.

Super Senior TCU QB Trevone Boykin Accounted for an Amazing Six Touchdowns in their 56-37 Victory over SMU on Saturday and Completed 21 of 30 Passes for 454-Yards and Five Touchdowns and also Ran for Another 20-Yard Touchdown when his Receivers were covered. With 50-Yards Rushing, Boykin also Ended with 504-Yards of Total Offense and Six Touchdowns.

Boykin has a National Best Streak of 18 Consecutive Games with a Touchdown Pass. He also finished the game six yards shy of a Career High in passing of 460-Passing Yards Against Iowa State in 2014. In this Amazing Game, Boykin also Recorded his Fourth 400-Yard Passing Game of his career. The 454 Passing Yards was his fourth-highest total in TCU History and in this game, Boykin became the only TCU Quarterback to have multiple games of Five Touchdown Passes in a career.

Boykin was Scheduled to play in our All-American Bowl Game, but he was nursing an injury and he did not play.

CO-RUNNING BACK PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

leonard fournette lsuCO-RUNNING BACKS LEONARD FOURNETTE – LSU #7

Super LSU RB Leonard Fournette was Incredible again for the Third Straight Week as he led the LSU Tigers to a 34-24 Victory over the Syracuse Orangemen. Fournette had his Fifth Consecutive 100-Yard Rushing Game on Saturday against Syracuse, which Tied him with Kevin Faulk for the Second-Longest 100-Yard Streak in LSU School History. Charles Alexander had Nine Straight 100-Yard Rushing Games in a Row from 1977-78.

Fournette Rushed for 244-Yards on 26 Carries and a 9.4-Yards Per Carry Average. Fournette also had an 87-Yard Touchdown and a 23-Yard Run Called Back because of a Penalty; which would have given him 346-Yards.

This 244-Yards was a Career-High Rushing Yards and he continued to Run-Wild in his March for the Heisman. In his Three-Games, Fournette has Rushed for an Incredible 631-Yards, while Averaging 210-Yards Per Game.

Fournette has all of the NFL Scouts Drooling Over the Prospects of getting the #1 Pick in The NFL Draft. Fournette is only a Sophomore, but in which ever NFL Draft that he decides To Declare, either in 2016 or 2017, he will become the #1 Overall Pick, because he is Ready to Play and Will Start and Star in his First NFL Game.


CO-RUNNING BACKS TYLER ERVIN – SAN JOSE ST #7

Tyler Ervin of San Jose State was Sensational on Saturday as he Rushed for Three Touchdowns and Set a San Jose State Single-Game Rushing Record of 300-Yards to help the Spartans beat Fresno State by a 49-23 Score.

The Rushing Total of Ervin was the most in an Football Bowl Subdivision  Football Game this season. His 42 carries were a Career-High as he Averaged 7.2-Yards Per Carry.

Tyler Ervin, from Colton, California, scored on a pair of 2-Yard Touchdown Runs in the First Quarter giving San Jose State a 2-2 Overall Record and a 1-1 Mountain West Record and a 14-0 Lead. His third touchdown, on a 30-Yard Touchdown, came on the First Possession of the Second Half.

Irvin also had Four Pass Receptions for another 45-Yards, giving him a Total of 345-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in the Victory and also Outgained Fresno State By himself, with 345-Yards to 247-Yards.

His 42 carries was one shy of matching the San Jose State Single Game Record and ranks as the second most carries in a game in Mountain West History. The 300 Rushing-Yards is Third All-Time in the Mountain West Conference.

Ervin enters the week Leading the Nation in All-Purpose Yards with a 227-Yards Per Game Average; is Third in Rushing with 641-Yards; and is tied for Fourth in Scoring with 10 Touchdowns.

San Jose State looks for its first winning streak of the season when the Spartans take on Auburn, Saturday, October 3, in a 3:01 p.m. kickoff at Jordan-Hare Stadium. A year ago, Ervin scored the only Spartan Touchdown on a 75-Yard Pass Catch, which matched the longest pass play against Auburn in 2014.

CO-FLANKER BACKS PLAYER OF THE WEEK


FLANKER BACK JOSH DOCTSON – TCU #9

On Saturday, TCU Flanker Back Josh Doctson was also Incredible again as he Caught 18-Passes for a Mind-Boggling 267-Yards and Three Touchdown Passes from Quarterback Trevone Boykin as the Horned Frogs beat Texas Tech by a 55-52 Victory.

Then on Fourth-And-Goal from the 4-Yard Line, a Boykin Pass was high to Doctson, but he got a hand on it and Aaron Green grabbed the ball as he fell out of the End-Zone and a Video Replay confirmed that Green had control of the ball before he got a foot in bounds for the Winning Touchdown.

Boykin threw Four Touchdown Passes and finished with a Career-High 509-Yards for TCU as he Completed 34 of 54 Passes and ran for another 42-Yards on 14 Carries; while Doctson also had Career-Highs with Three Touchdown Pass Catches and 267-Yards on 18 Catches.

Two Weeks Ago, I watched the TCU and SMU Football Game on Saturday and I Honestly have not seen a Better Wide Receiver since watching both of the LSU Wide Receiver Super Freaks of Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry in the 2013 Football Season. Doctson was the #1 Receiver of Boykin, Quarterback Player of The Week, Against SMU and Again Against Texas Tech. Against SMU, Boykin Passed for 454-Yards and Five Touchdowns and then Against Texas Tech, Boykin Passed for 485-Yards and Another Four Touchdowns.

Against SMU, Doctson made some Sensational Catches, including a One-Handed 54-Yard Catch. He also made a couple other unbelievable catches with at least two Defenders on him. Doctson ended the game with Five Catches for 171-Yards and Two Touchdowns, with a 34.2-Yards Per Catch Average in the 56-37 Win over SMU.


FLANKER BACK CHRISTIAN KIRK – TEXAS A&M #3

Texas A&M True-Freshman Christian Kirk has been Electrifying in his First Four Games of the Season, as he has made Sensational Big Plays both as a Wide Receiver and as an Unbelievable Punt Returner.

Saturday Night against Arkansas, Kirk did it all for the Aggies, as the True-Freshman, Fabulous Wide Receiver Hauled-In Eight Pass-Catches for 173-Yards and Two Touchdowns, including the  Game-Winning Catch in Overtime. Kirk also Returned Four Kickoffs for 77-Yards and Added another 5-Yards Rushing, giving him an Incredible 255-Yards of Total Offense.

His First Touchdown-Catch was a 44-Yard Touchdown Catch in the Second Quarter and Tied the Score at 7-7. His Second Touchdown Catch was a 20-Yard Touchdown in Over-Time for the 28-21 Victory.

Texas A&M Quarterback Brandon Allen also had an Outstanding Game as he Completed 21 of 28 Passes for 358-Yards and both of the Touchdown Catches by Kirk.

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

WEEK #2

QUARTERBACK CHAD KELLY – OLE MISS
RUNNING BACK LEONARD FOURNETTE – LSU
RUNNING BACK DAVIN COOK – FSU
RUNNING BACK NICK CHUBB – GEORGIA
SLOT BACK COREY COLEMAN – BAYLOR

WEEK #3

QUARTERBACK TREVONE BOYKIN – TCU
QUARTERBACK BAKER MAYFIELD – OKLAHOMA
QUARTERBACK BRAD KAAYA – MIAMI
RUNNING BACK LEONARD FOURNETTE – LSU
FLANKER BACK JOSH DOCTSON – TCU

WEEK #4

QUARTERBACK TREVONE BOYKIN – TCU
RUNNING BACK LEONARD FOURNETTE – LSU
RUNNING BACK TYLER ERVIN – SAN JOSE STATE
FLANKER BACK JOSH DOCTSON – TCU
FLANKER BACK CHRISTIAN KIRK – TEXAS A&M

 

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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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