The UCLA Four MVP’s Of Thompson-Robinson, Felton, Phillips, And Woods Were Incredible Against The Cougars. By Super Scout Max Emfinger

College Football Fabulous 15 Offensive Skill Players Weekly MVP’S – Week #4!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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All MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

SIDEBAR I: Through The First Three Games and it may be a Little Premature, There Are Already a Few Heisman Trophy FavoritesComing Into The Season, Quarterbacks Trevor Lawrence and Tua Tagovailoa Were Considered To Be The Top Two Favorites, but Currently, According to The Caesars Sportbook, QB Jalen Hurts, QB Joe Burrow, QB Justin Fields, QB Sam Ehlinger, QB Justin Herbert, and RB Jonathan Taylor are Other Heisman Trophy Candidate Favorites. Hurts, Tagovailoa, and Burrow Are Leading.

SIDEBAR II: Week #4 FABULOUS 15 OFFENSIVE MVP’S Include: QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson, QB Brock Purdy, QB Justin Fields, QB Joe Burrow, RB Jonathan Taylor. WR Michael Pittman, WR Ja’Marr Chase, WR Tony Brown, and WR Henry Riggs III. WR/RB/AP DeMetric Felton, RB/AP K.D. Nixon, WR/AP Joe Reed, WR/AP Devin Duvernay, and SLOT WR/AP Xavier Smith. TE Jacob Breeland. Week #4 ELITE EIGHT DEFENSIVE MVP’S Include: RUSH END Chase Young and RUSH END Charles Snowden. DT Derrick Brown. ILB Josh Woods and OLB Evan Weaver. CB Montrell Estell, SS K’Von Wallace, and SPECIAL TEAMS Micah Baskerville. 


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The UCLA Bruins Dual-Threat Quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson (#1) Had an Unbelievable, Mind-Boggling Game in Bringing The UCLA Bruins Back From an Unbelievable 32-Point Second-Half Deficit to a 67-63 Victory Over The Washington State Cougars.

In This Game, Thompson-Robinson (6-1, 197, 4.52) Completed 25 of 38 Passes For a Career-High 507-Yards and 5 Touchdowns, Including 322-Yards in The Second Half as He Led The UCLA Bruins To-Rally Past The Washington State Cougars Which Had Owned a 49-17 Third-Quarter Lead, Behind Their Great Quarterback Anthony Gordon, Who Leads The Country in Passing Yards.

Also in This Game, Thompson-Robinson Set The UCLA Bruins School Record For Total Offensive Yards in a Single Game With 57-Yards Rushing To-Go With his 507-Yards Passing, Giving Him 564-Yards of Total Offense, 7 Touchdowns, and With a Tremendous 216.0 Quarterback Rating. The 564-Yards Broke The UCLA Bruins Record For Total Offense in a Single Game, which was Held by Cade McNown With 513-Yards Against Miami in 1998.

Thompson-Robinson Led The UCLA Bruins To-Victory After Being-Down by 32-Points In The Second Half in a Game Against The Washington State Cougars in the Highest Scoring Game in The PAC-12 Conference History

Thompson-Robinson Also Averaged an Incredible 23-Yards a Completion and in The UCLA Bruins Second half Comeback, He Recorded 14 Completions for 322-Yards. Thompson-Robinson Added 2 Touchdown Runs, Which Were The First Rushing Touchdowns of his career and He Is only The Third Player in The UCLA Bruins History To-Reach The 500-Yard Total Offense Mark for a Single Game in The UCLA Bruins School Record Book and his 507 Passing Yards Ranks Third on The All-Time UCLA Bruins List.

Dorian Thompson-Robinson is The Eighth UCLA Bruin Football Player to Receive The Walter Camp National FBS Offensive Player of The Week Award Since 2004, and The First Since Former Bruin Quarterback Josh Rosen on September 6, 2015. He Also Was Awarded and The Davey O’Brien Foundation Quarterback of The Week, Becoming The First UCLA Bruin Since Josh Rosen To-Win This Award.

Along with Both of Those National Award Honors, Thompson-Robinson was Also Named as One of the Stars of the Week for The Manning Award, Sponsored by The Allstate Sugar Bowl. Dorian Thompson-Robinson Was Also Named as The PAC-12 Offensive Player of The Week #4 In The 32-Point UCLA Comeback Victory.

Four UCLA Bruin Football Players Received Honors in The PAC-12 Players of The Week #4 Honors after Their Outstanding 67-63 UPSET Victory Over The Washington State Cougars. Sophomore quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson, Red-Shirt Junior All-Purpose/Wide Receiver Demetric Felton, and  Red-Shirt Freshman All-Purpose/Wide Receiver Kyle Philips on Offense and Senior Inside Linebacker Josh Woods on Defense, All Won Weekly Awards, and Thompson-Robinson and Felton Also Had Some National Awards.

Kyle Philips (#2) From San Marcos, California Was Awarded The PAC-12 Freshman Player of The Week #4 For his Outstanding Performance Against The Washington State Cougars in Pullman. The Red-Shirt Freshman All-Purpose/Wide Receiver Scored on an Incredible 69-Yard Punt Return to give The Bruins a 60-56 Lead in The Fourth Quarter.

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The 69-Yard Punt Return For a Touchdown by Kyle Phillips (5-11, 180, 4.42, 36, 4.16) was The UCLA Bruins First Punt Return for a Touchdown Since Maurice Jones-Drew Returned One Against The California Bears in 2005. 


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Against The Washington State Cougars Demetric Felton (#10) Caught 7 Passes From Super-Star and Co-MVP Quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson For 150-Yards and 2 Touchdowns as The UCLA Bruins Pulled-Off an Incredible 67-63 UPSET Victory Over The Cougars in a Key PAC-12 Game.

Also Remember That The UCLA Bruins Were Losing by 32-Points in The Third Quarter, but Their Incredible Come-Back To Victory Shocked The World and The Washington State Cougars.

The UCLA Bruins Head Coach Chip Kelly Said That He Had Never Lost Faith in His UCLA Team, Even-though His Team had Lost Their First Three Games of The Season. Coach Kelly Also Said That The Bruins Had Played Really Hard In All 12 Quarters of Those First Three Losses, and That It Had Paid Huge Dividends when The Bruins Fell Behind by 32-Points To The #19 Ranked Washington State Cougars on Saturday.

In This Game, Co-MVP Dorian Thompson-Robinson (6-1, 197, 4.52) Completed 25 of 38 Passes For a Career-High 507-Yards and 5 Touchdowns, Including 322-Yards in The Second Half as He and Felton (5-9, 185, 4.32) Helped Lead The UCLA Bruins To-Rally Past The Washington State Cougars Which Had Owned a 49-17 Third-Quarter Lead, Behind Their Great Quarterback Anthony Gordon, Who Leads The Country in Passing Yards.

Also, In This Game, The Cougars Quarterback, Gordon Passed For 570-Yards and Broke The Washington State School Record With 9 Touchdown Passes. The Jacksonville Jaguars Starting Quarterback, Gardner Minshew II Was on The Cougars Sideline and He Had Previously Owned The Record. Minshew Was an NFL 6th Round Draft Choice and He Previously Held The Washington State School Record of 7 Touchdown Passes in a Game, That Was Set in November 2018 Against Arizona.

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On The Very First Series of the Game, The UCLA Bruins Got-Off To an Unbelievably Great Start as Another Co-MVP Inside Linebacker Josh Woods (#2)  Intercepted a Gordon Pass and Thompson-Robinson Then Threw a 14-Yard Touchdown Pass To Josh Kelley for a Great 7-0 Lead For The UCLA Bruins. Woods (6-2, 234, 4.66) From Upland, California, Was Incredible on Defense For The Bruins as He Later Recorded a Quarterback Sack and Recovered Two Fumbles, To-Go With his Interception.

Later, Gordon Found Travell Harris for a 10-Yard Touchdown, Giving  The Cougars a 21-10 Lead, But Felton Had Some Ideas About The Cougars Lead as He Returned The Ensuing Kickoff 100-Yards for Another Touchdown as He Brought The Score Back To Within Reach With 21-17. On This Incredible 100-Yard Kickoff Return, Felton Broke Four Tackles and “Juked” Another Three or Four Cougar Defenders As He Ran into The End-Zone. With His 7 Catches For 150-Yards, 100-Yard Kickoff Return, and 4 Rushes For Another 13-Yards, Felton Recorded an Incredible 263-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage.

Gordon Replied With a 4-Yard Touchdown to Easop Winston II. Who Was  The Favorite Target For Gordon as He Caught 7 Passes and 4 Touchdown Passes for The Cougars, as They Jumped to a 35-17 Lead at Halftime and Then Went-Up by 49-17 Early in The Third Quarter. Gordon Actually Broke The Cougars Record With a 33-Yard Touchdown Pass to Winston, for a 56-46 Lead With 10:08 Left in The Game.

The Bad-News For The Cougars, Was That The UCLA Bruins, Who Failed To-Score more than 14-Points in any of Their Three Losses, Stormed Back and Scored 3 Touchdowns in The Final Four Minutes of The Third Quarter. That was a Part of 7 Touchdowns in Eight Possessions That Many Were Caused by Several of The Washington State Cougars Turnovers.

In The Incredible Come-Back Victory, Co-MVP Quarterback Thompson-Robinson Threw a 15-Yard Touchdown Pass to Felton With Only 1:07 Left in The Game as The UCLA Bruins Overcame The 32-Points To Record This Unbelievable and Wild 67-63 PAC-12 Victory Over The CougarsAfter The Winning Touchdown Pass by Felton, There Was Only About a Minute Left in The Game, but The Leading Passer in The Country, Anthony Gordon Was Sacked and he Fumbled, which was The Sixth Turnover For The Cougars and The Bruins Recovered The Football and Then They Ran-Out The Clock.

Demetric Felton Also Won Some National Awards Following His Incredible  Game Against The Washington State Cougars. The All-Purpose Wide-Receiver/Running Back Won The PAC-12 Special Teams Players of The Week #4 After Running a Kickoff 100-Yards For a Touchdown For The Bruins Only Touchdown In The Second Quarter. This Kickoff was The Bruins Longest Return Since 2014. His 263-Yards of All-Purpose Yards, Including an Unbelievable Two Touchdowns of More than 90-Yards.

Felton Recorded a 94-Yard Catch-And-Run Touchdown at The End of the Third Quarter and This Touchdown Pass Was The UCLA Bruins Second-Longest Passing Play in The Bruins History. Felton, Then Caught The Game-Winning Touchdown Pass With a 15-Yard Screen-Pass With Only 1:07 Left in The Game. Felton was Awarded When Named to The Paul Hornung Award. 

“Demetric Felton is a Very Special Athlete and He is Getting Better,” Said Coach Kelly.

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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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