Max Emfinger’s 2015 College Football Backfield MVP Players of Week Ten!

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2015 COLLEGE FOOTBALL BACKFIELD OF THE WEEK – TEN
By Super Scout Max Emfinger


TRI-QUARTERBACK PLAYER OF THE WEEK


QUARTERBACK LUKE FALK – WASHINGTON ST #4

First of all, if you are a Really Good Quarterback and you want to be an even Better Quarterback; then you need to consider listening to the Washington State Recruiters when they come to Recruit You. My Long-Time Coaching Friend, Mike Leach, is the Washington State Head Coach, after Many Years at Texas Tech where he Developed Many Great Quarterbacks.

The latest Mike Leach Phenom is Sophomore Luke Falk, who was named the PAC-12 Offensive Player of the Week for the Third Time this Season and Fourth Time in his Brief Career after the 38-24 Big Comeback Victory over Arizona State.

In that Game, Falk Completed 36 of 55 Passes for 497-Yards and Five Touchdowns in the Amazing Comeback Victory over the Sun Devils. Falk hit Four Different Receivers for Touchdowns and he was Incredible in the second half, as he Completed 20 of 27 Passes for 349-Yards; with Four Touchdowns and With No Interceptions.

On Saturday, Falk threw for the Third-Highest Passing Yards by a PAC-12 Quarterback this Season and the Top Two Performances also belong to Falk.

Falk is having a Sensational Sophomore Season for Coach Mike Leach as he is Leading The Nation in Passing with 3,736-Yards and he is Tied for Second with 33 Touchdown Passes.

Where did Coach Leach and his Recruiting Coaches find Luke Falk? Was it in their Home-State Washington or was it in Close-By Oregon or was it in Talent-Laden California. No! They Found Him in Logan, Utah.

For all of You Quarterbacks! Need I Say More!


TRI-QUARTERBACK PLAYER OF THE WEEK


QUARTERBACK BRANDON ALLEN – ARKANSAS #10

Super-Star Arkansas Quarterback Brandon Allen had already Completed 33 of 45 Passes for an Incredible 442-Yards and Six Touchdowns, but the Razorbacks were losing by One-Point in Over-Time and Coach Bret Bielema gave him a Chance to “Go-For-Two” and Win-The-Game. When No Receivers were open, Allen Leaped-Over and past an Ole Miss Defender for the Two-Point Conversion and a Huge 53-52 SEC Victory.

In this Game, there was a “Divine-Intervention” Play, in Overtime, and After That Play, you Everyone Knew that The Razorbacks were Destined to Win the Game. On that Play, the Razorbacks faced a Fourth-and-25 when Allen Completed a Pass to Hunter Henry, but just before being tackled, Henry pitched the Football Back to Alex Collins who picked it up on the bounce and then ran 31-Yards before fumbling, but Dominique Reed Recovered. Then Allen hit Drew Morgan for a 9-Yard Touchdown, before Allen Scored on the Winning Two-Point Conversion and the Victory.

Allen was almost Flawless in the First Two Quarters as he Completed 15 of 19 Passes for 194-Yards and Two TouchdownsAllen also had a Sensational 199.8 Quarterback Rating in this Game.

For the Season, Allen now has Completed 268 Passes for 2,476-Yards and 21 Touchdowns. This is also his Second 400-Yard Passing Game as he passed for 412-Yards Against Toledo.


TRI-QUARTERBACK PLAYER OF THE WEEK


QUARTERBACK MASON RUDOLPH –  OKLA STATE #2

On Saturday, Super-Star Oklahoma State Quarterback Mason Rudolph had another Sensational Game as he Completed 16 of 24 Passes for 352-Yards and Five Touchdowns and he also Rushed for another 26-Yards, giving him 378-Yards of Total Offense in the Huge 49-29 Big-12 UPSET Victory over Previously Undefeated TCU.

In this Sensational Game for Rudolph, he had an Incredible 258.6 Quarterback Rating and after Nine Games, he has passed for 2,834-Yards and 17 Touchdowns.


RUNNING BACK PLAYER OF THE WEEK


RUNNING BACK DERRICK HENRY – ALABAMA #2

Last Saturday, LSU and their Super-Star Running Back Leonard Fournette traveled to Tuscaloosa, Alabama to play the Alabama Crimson Tide and their Super-Star Running Back, Derrick Henry. Both players have been having Sensational Seasons, but Fournette was probably in the early lead for the Heisman Trophy Award. So what happened?

At First, it looked like the LSU Defense was going to stop the Alabama Running Attack, when they stopped the Tide and Henry on their First Offensive Series, as the Tigers Defense held Henry to a Four-Yard Gain, but without getting the First Down; but after that First Series, the Tigers Defense had Very Little Success and not too much to Write Home About.

While the Alabama Defense was holding Fournette to a Season-Low 31-Yards on 19 Carries, The Bruising Henry was Dominating the Game as he Rushed and Ran-Over LSU Tigers for 210-Yards on 38 Carries, while Scoring Three Touchdowns of 1, 2, and 7-Yards.

The Tigers did a Relatively Good Job on Holding Henry to only 30-Yards in the First Quarter, but the Tiger Defense was not able to Stop Derrick Henry for the Remainder of the Game and the Crimson Tide were Victorious with a Huge 30-16 SEC Victory.

Henry has Rushed for 589-Yards and Seven Touchdowns in the Past Three SEC Games and hw now has 1,253-Yards for the Season. Henry came into this Game Trailing Fournette by 308-Yards Rushing, but with this Sensational Game, Henry now Follows Fournette by only 129-Yards Rushing; which will definitely boost his Heisman Trophy Chances.


FLANKER BACK PLAYER OF THE WEEK


JAMES WASHINGTON – OKLAHOMA STATE #28

Two Weeks Ago, Super-Star James Washington had an Incredible Game in a Huge Come-From-Behind Victory over Texas Tech when he Caught Four Passes for an Amazing 200-Yards and Two Touchdowns, including Two Catches in the Fourth Quarter for a 75-Yard Touchdown and a 73-Yard Touchdown in Helping the Cowboys to Defeat the Red Raiders.

In that Game, Washington became the first Oklahoma State Cowboy since Justin Blackmon in 2011 to go over the 200-Yard Single-Game Receiving in a game and he joined Dez Bryant and Blackmon as the only Oklahoma State Underclassmen to Eclipse 200 Receiving Yards in a Single Game.

On Saturday, Washington had another Incredible Game as he Caught Five Passes for 184-Yards and Three Touchdowns in Helping The Cowboys in another Huge Big-12 49-29 Victory over Previously Undefeated TCU.

Obviously, the Sophomore Washington is having a Fabulous Season as he has Caught 36 Passes for 772-Yards and Seven Touchdowns.

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

WEEK #5

QUARTERBACK MASON RUDOLPH – OKLAHOMA STATE
QUARTERBACK JARED GOFF – CALIFORNIA
RUNNING BACK EZEKIEL ELLIOTT – OHIO STATE
RUNNING BACK LEONARD FOURNETTE – LSU
RUNNING BACK SHOCK LINWOOD – BAYLOR

WEEK #6

QUARTERBACK PATRICK MAHONES – TEXAS TECH
QUARTERBACK JOSHUA DOBBS – TENNESSEE
QUARTERBACK TREVONE BOYKIN – TCU
RUNNING BACK JORDAN CANZERI – IOWA
RUNNING BACK DALVIN COOK – FLORIDA STATE

WEEK #7

QUARTERBACK SETH RUSSELL – BAYLOR
QUARTERBACK TREVONE BOYKIN – TCU
QUARTERBACK DESHAWN WATSON –  CLEMSON
RUNNING BACK DERRICK HENRY –  ALABAMA
FLANKER BACK COREY COLEMAN – BAYLOR
FLANKER BACK JOSH DOCTSON – TCU

WEEK #8

QUARTERBACK DAK PRESCOTT – MISSISSIPPI  STATE
QUARTERBACK PAXTON LYNCH – MEMPHIS
QUARTERBACK LUKE FALK – WASHINGTON STATE
RUNNING BACK SAMAJE  PERINE – OKLAHOMA

WEEK #9

QUARTERBACK TREVONE BOYKIN – TCU
QUARTERBACK DESHAUN WATSON – CLEMSON
QUARTERBACK CHAD KELLY – OLE MISS
FLANKER BACK JAMES WASHINGTON – OK STATE
ALL-PURPOSE BACK JAKEEM GRANT – TEXAS TECH

WEEK #10

QUARTERBACK LUKE FALK – WASHINGTON STATE
QUARTERBACK BRANDON ALLEN – ARKANSAS
QUARTERBACK MASON RUDOLPH – OKLA STATE
RUNNING BACK DERRICK HENRY – ALABAMA
FLANKER BACK JAMES WASHINGTON – OKLA STATE

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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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