2018 College Football Week #3 MVP

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2018 College Football MVP’s Of Week #3!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

OFFENSE

Freshman Alan Bowman carries Texas Tech past UH in slugfest

  1. Texas Tech Freshman Quarterback Alan Bowman (#10) Completed 43 of 59 Passes for an Incredible 605-Yards and Five Touchdowns in a 63-49 Victory over Houston. Bowman also Broke The Freshman Big-12 Passing Record.
  2. Washington State Senior Quarterback Gardner Minshew Completed 45 of 57 Passes for 470-yards and Two Touchdowns in a 59-24 Victory over Eastern Washington.
  3. Texas Tech Wide Receiver Antoine Westly Caught 13 Passes for 261-Yards and Three Touchdowns in The 63-49 Victory over Houston.
  4. Oklahoma Quarterback Kyler Murray Completed 21 of 29 Passes for 348-Yards and Three touchdowns and Rushed for 77-Yards on 15 Carries, giving him 425-Yards of Total Offense and Three Touchdowns in a 37-27 Victory over Iowa State.
  5. Virginia Senior Wide Receiver Olamide Zaccheaus Caught 9 Passes For a Virginia School-Record 247-Yards and Two Touchdowns in a 45-31 win Over  Ohio. It also was The Most Receiving Yards by an FBS player this season and ties for The 10th Best Single-Game Receiving Total in ACC History as He Broke The Record of 241-Yards by Ken Shelton in 1974. Zaccheaus had Unbelievable Scoring Catches of 86-Yards and 77-Yards.
  6. Oklahoma Junior Slot Receiver Marquise Brown Caught 9 Passes for 191-Yards and a Touchdown in The 37-27 Sooners Victory over Iowa State.
  7. Boston College Sophomore Running Back A.J. Dillon Rushed for 185-Yards and One Touchdown in the Victory over Atlantic Coast Conference Foe Wake Forest. What was Amazing for Dillon was that He Reached 100-Yards by Halftime for The Second Consecutive Game, and Now Has 2,021-Yards Career Rushing Yardage. Dillon became the 19th player in Boston College School History to rush for 2,000-Yards and Ranks 17th on The All-Time Rushing List for Boston College.

DEFENSE

  1. Boston College Senior Defensive End Wyatt Ray (#11) Set a Single-Game Boston College School Record with Four Quarterback Sacks as Boston College Beat Wake Forest in a 41-34 victory at Wake Forest and he Won The Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week Award. Ray also Recorded Eight Tackles and had One Quarterback Hurry as Boston College Improved Their Record to 3-0, their best start to a Season since 2007 and Ray Now Leads the Nation with a 1.67 Sacks Average Per Game.
  2. Ohio State Junior Defensive Tackle Dre’Mont Jones Recorded 6 Tackles including 4 Solo Tackles, a Quarterback Sack, and he Returned an Interception 28-Yards for a Touchdown in a Huge 40-28 Victory over #15 TCU. The Buckeyes were Trailing TCU in The Third Quarter and Super-Star Defensive End Nick Bosa in The Locker-Room with an Injury, They Scored Three Touchdowns in a Four-Minute Span, including his 28-Yard Interception Return by The Big Defensive Tackle in The Victory.
  3. Texas Senior Linebacker Gary Johnson Recorded 6 Tackles, including a Quarterback Sack,  Four Tackles for a Loss, and a Quarterback Hurry in Their 37-14 Victory over Southern California.
  4. LSU Sophomore Strong Safety Grant Delpit Recorded 10 Tackles, including One Tackle For a Loss, One Interception on The Second Play of The Game, and One Pass Breakup in The Tigers 22-21 UPSET Victory over #7 Auburn.
  5. Alabama Senior Linebacker Christian Miller Only Recorded Five Tackles, but 2.5 of Those Tackles were Quarterback Sacks in The 62-7 Victory over Ole Miss.
  6. The Clemson Duo of Junior Defensive End Clelin Ferrell and Senior Defensive End Austin Bryant only Recorded a Few Tackles, but both had Two Quarterback Sacks. Ferrell Recorded 7 Tackles and Bryant only Recorded 3 tackles, in The Clemson 38-7 Victory over Georgia Southern.
  7. The North Texas State Trio of Senior Cornerback Nate Brooks; Senior Linebacker E.J. Ejiya; and Junior Free Safety Khairi Muhammad all had Incredible Defensive Games in The Mean Green Huge 44-17 UPSET Victory over Arkansas. Brooks Recorded 6 Tackles, 2 Interceptions, and a Pass Breakup; while Muhammad also Recorded 2 Interceptions and a Pass Breakup and Ejiya Recorded 12 Tackles, including 7 Solo Tackles, One Quarterback Sack, and 3 Tackles for a Loss.
  8. Duke Junior Free Safety Dylan Singleton Recorded Seven Tackles, Caused a Fumble, Recovered Another Fumble, and had Two Pass Breakups in The 40-27 UPSET Victory Over The Baylor Bears. His Fumble Recovery in The First Quarter Set-Up The First Duke Touchdown and They had a 23-0 Lead at Halftime.

SPECIAL TEAMS

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  1. North Texas State Red-shirt Sophomore Punt Returner Keegan Brewer (#18) was Named the Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Week for his Fake-Fair Catch that he Turned into a 90-Yard Punt Return in The Huge Mean Green 44-17 UPSET Victory over ArkansasHis fake-fair catch, turned into a 90-Yard Punt Return for a Touchdown in the Victory over Arkansas and it put The Mean Green up 14-0 in the First Quarter and it “Took The College Football World by Storm.” Brewer Caught The Punt at his own 10-yard line and acted as if he had called a fair catch.  As The Arkansas Punt Coverage Team pulled up and stopped, Brewer quickly sprinted to his left and took off down the sideline for The Third-Longest Punt Return for a Touchdown in North Texas HistoryBrewer made arguably The Special Teams Play of the Year so far in College Football.
  2. LSU Senior Graduate Transfer Kicker Cole Tracy has been Sensational in his First Three Games for The LSU Tigers, as he Kicked Four Field Goals in The First Game UPSET of Miami and in The Third Game 22-21 UPSET of #7 Auburn, as he Kicked The Game-Winning 42-Yard Field Goal in The Final Second of The Game and as Time Ran-Out. Tracy also Kicked a 33-Yard Field Goal in The Second Quarter and a 27-Yard Field Goal in The Third Quarter, giving him 10-Points in The HUGE UPSET Victory.
  3. Indiana Senior All-Purpose Slot Back J-Shun Harris II was The Big-10 Special Teams Player of the Week as he Caught One Pass for Six-Yards and Returned Four Punts for 103-Yards, including an Incredible 86-Yard Punt Return for a Touchdown, Giving him 109-Yards of Total All-Purpose Yards and a touchdown. His Punt Return was his Third Punt Return for a Touchdown which Ties The Indiana Hoosier School Record and Helped Lead The Hoosiers to a 38-10 Victory over Ball State.
  4. Syracuse Redshirt Freshman Kicker Andre Szmyt Recorded 12 of The Syracuse 30-Points in The Orangemen 30-7 UPSET Victory over Florida State. Szmyt hit a Personal-Best three field goals, including Kicks of 22, 19 and 23-Yards. Szmyt also made all three of his Extra Point Kicks and he is now 7-for-8 on Field Goals For The Season and a Perfect 18-of-18 on Extra-Point. He leads the ACC in Scoring and is #6 Nationally with a 13.0-Points Per Game Average.
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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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