Super Scout Christmas All-American Team By Max Emfinger

Super Scout Christmas All-American Team
By Max Emfinger

Image result for Kyler murray Heisman photosHeisman Trophy Winner; Davey O’Brien Top QB; And AP Top Player Award Winning Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray
And Super Scout Most Valuable Offensive Player!

FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN
OFFENSE

SCOUTING NOTE I: In Selecting College Weekly MVP’s, The Player had to be on The Winning Team, but in Selecting The Christmas All-American Teams, some of The Most Outstanding Players in The Country and with Some Unbelievable Stats were Deserving to be Rewarded and so I have gone back and added Several MVP Awards to Players, although they Had Lost their Game, but they Had Some Incredible Stats.

EXAMPLE: U-Mass WR Andy Isabella Caught Passes for 198, 191, 303, and 219-Yards, but He Lost in each Game; while UCLA TE Caleb Wilson Caught Passes for 164 and 184-Yards Against Arizona State and Stanford, but Lost; and LSU Super Linebacker Devin White Recorded 17 Tackles, including 12 Solo Tackles, 1 Sack, 4 TFL, and 1 Forced Fumble, but Lost Against Texas A&M. The SEC Still Selected White as The SEC Defensive Player of The Week.

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Walter Camp Player of The Year; SEC Player of The Year; and Maxwell Award Winning Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa and Super Scout Runner-Up MVP Offensive Player!

SCOUTING NOTE II: The Three Offensive Players of The Year, with More Than 7 MVP Awards Included Super Scout MVP QB Kyler Murray of Oklahoma With 10 MVP Awards; Super Scout First Runner-Up QB Tua Tagovailoa of Alabama With 9 MVP Awards; and Second Runner-Up QB Gardner Minshew of Washington State With 8 MVP Awards.

SCOUTING NOTE III: This Super Scout Christmas All-American Team Took Longer than Anticipated, but I Hope Everyone Appreciates The Time Spent.

Image result for Gardner Minshew PhotosJohnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Winning Washington State QB Gardner Minshew And Second Runner-Up Most Valuable Offensive Player!

FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN
OFFENSE

ATH QB – Jr Kyler Murray (5-10, 195, 4.32, 42, 3.92) Oklahoma – 10 MVP Awards
ATH QB – So Tua Tagovailoa (6-1, 218, 4.64) Alabama – 9 MVP Awards
QB – Sr Gardner Minshew
(6-2, 220, 4.92) Washington State – 8 MVP Awards
QB – Jr Dwayne Haskins
(6-3, 220, 4.6) Ohio State – 7 MVP Awards
AP RB – Jr Darrell Henderson
(5-9, 200, 4.42, 38, 4.1) Memphis – 7 MVP Awards 
AP RB – Jr Trayveon Williams
(5-9, 200, 4.37, 36, 4.12) Texas A&M – 7 MVP Awards
AP RB – So Eno Benjamin
(5-10, 201, 4.37, 38, 4.1) Arizona State – 7 MVP Awards
AP WR – Sr Deebo Samuel (5-11, 210, 4.33, 36, 4.16) So Carolina – 7 MVP Awards
AP WR – So Greg Dortch
(5-9, 170, 4.46, 36, 4.29) Wake Forest – 7 MVP Awards
RB – So Travis Etienne
(5-10, 200, 4.42, 38, 4.13) Clemson – 7 MVP Awards
RB – So Jonathan Taylor
(5-11, 221, 4.42, 38, 4.12) Wisconsin – 7 MVP Awards
SLOT Sr – Marquise Brown (5-10, 168, 4.25, 42, 3.95) Oklahoma – 6 MVP Awards
SLOT Sr – Andy Isabella (5-10, 190, 4.39, 36, 4.12) U-Mass – 6 MVP Awards
SLOT Fr – Rondale Moore (5-9, 175, 4.24, 40, 4.01) Purdue – 6 MVP Awards
SLOT So – J.J. Taylor (5-6, 184, 4.32, 38, 4.08) Arizona – 6 MVP Awards
WR – Jr A.J. Brown
(6-1, 230, 4.4) Ole Miss – 7 MVP Awards
WR – So Jerry Jeudy
(6-1, 192, 4.36, 36, 4.23) Alabama – 7 MVP Awards
FLK – Jr K’Neal Harry
(6-4, 213, 4.42, 38, 4.12) Arizona State – 6 MVP Awards
FLK – Jr Dillon Mitchell
(6-2, 190, 4.37, 38, 3.84) Oregon 6 MVP Awards
TE – Jr Jace Sternberger (6-4, 255, 4.6, 32, 4.31) Texas A&M – 6 MVP Awards
TE – Sr Caleb Wilson (6-4, 235, 4.62) UCLA – 6 MVP Awards
LOT – Jr Jonah Williams (6-5, 301, 4.92, 30, 4.72) Alabama – 7 MVP Awards
LOT – Jr Greg Little (6-5, 325, 4.96) Ole Miss – 7 MVP Awards
LOG – Sr Mitch Hyatt 
(6-5, 310, 4.93, 30, 4.59) Clemson – 7 MVP Awards
LOG – Sr Dalton Risner (6-4, 308, 4.94) Kansas State – 7 MVP Awards
OC – Sr Garrett Bradbury
(6-2, 300, 5.07) North Carolina St – 7 MVP Awards
OC – Jr Michael Jordan
(6-6, 312, 5.1) Ohio State – 7 MVP Awards
ROG – Sr Ross Pierschbacher (6-3, 309, 5.09, 28, 4.79) Alabama – 7 MVP Awards
ROG – Sr Beau Benzschawel
(6-5, 315, 5.12, 24, 4.9) Wisconsin – 7 MVP Awards
ROT – So Andrew Thomas (6-5, 320, 5.1, 32, 4.3) Georgia – 7 MVP Awards
K – Sr-Tr Cole Tracy (5-10, 188, 4.82) Louisiana State – 7 MVP Awards
K – Sr Matt Gay
(6-0, 230, 5.03) Utah – 7 MVP Awards
K – Fr Andre Szymt
(6-0, 195, 4.83) Syracuse – 7 MVP Awards
RET – So Savon Scarver
(5-11, 180, 4.33, 38, 4.13) Utah State – 7 MVP Awards
RET – Sr Michael Walker
(6-0, 195, 4.42, 37, 4.22) Boston College – 7 MVP Awards

Image result for Jerry Jeudy PhotosThe Fred Biletnikoff Award Winning Alabama Wide Receiver Jerry Jeudy And Super Scout Co-Wide Receiver MVP Player!

  SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN
OFFENSE

ATH QB – Sr Jordan Ta’amu (6-2, 210, 4.72) Ole Miss – 6 MVP Awards
QB – Sr Will Grier
(6-2, 223, 4.6) West Virginia – 6 MVP Awards
QB – Sr Drew Lock
(6-4, 225, 4.76) Missouri – 6 MVP Awards
QB – Sr Brett Rypien (6-2, 203, 4.72) Boise State – 6 MVP Awards
AP – RB – Jr Justice Hill
(5-10, 190, 4.36, 42, 4.02) Oklahoma St – 5 MVP Awards
AP – RB – Jr Benny
 Snell (5-10, 223, 4.4, 38, 4.1) Kentucky – 5 MVP Awards
AP – RB – Jr Joshua Kelley (5-11, 204, 4.42, 38, 4.1) UCLA – 5 MVP Awards
AP – RB – So D’Andre Swift
(5-9, 215, 4.37, 36, 4.12) Georgia – 5 MVP Awards
AP – RB – Jr Alexander Mattison (5-11, 219, 4.43, 39, 4.09) Boise St 5 MVP Awards
RB – Sr Dexter Williams
(5-11, 215, 4.32, 45.5, 3.9) Notre Dame – 5 MVP Awards
FB – Sr Ryquell Armstead (5-11, 220, 4.46) Temple – 5 MVP Awards
WR – So Tylan Wallace 
(6-0, 185, 4.44, 36, 4.2 ) Oklahoma State – 5 MVP Awards
WR – Sr Parris Campbell
(6-0, 208, 4.32) Ohio State – 5 MVP Awards
WR – Jr James Proche (5-11, 190, 4.46, 36, 4.16) SMU – 5 MVP Awards
FLK – Sr J.J. Arcega-Whiteside
(6-2, 225, 4.47) Stanford – 5 MVP Awards
FLK – So Laviska Shenault Jr (6-2, 220, 4.44, 36, 4.24) Colorado – 5 MVP Awards
TE – Jr Irv Smith
(6-4, 245, 4.52) Alabama – 5 MVP Awards
TE – Jr Kaden Smith (6-5, 252, 4.61, 40, 4.24) Stanford – 5 MVP Awards
TE – Jr Jared Pinkney
(6-4, 255, 4.62, 32, 4.3) Vanderbilt – 5 MVP Awards
LOT – Sr Andre Dillard (6-5, 310, 5.06, 28, 4.72) Washington St  5 MVP Awards
LOT – Sr Calvin Throckmorton
(6-6, 318, 4.97) Oregon – 5 MVP Awards
LOT – Sr Martez Ivy 
(6-5, 306, 4.92) Florida5 MVP Awards
LOG – Sr Ben Powers
(6-4, 313, 5.0) Oklahoma – 5 MVP Awards
LOG – Sr Chris Lindstrom
(6-3, 310, 4.96, 28, 4.6) BostonCollege – 5 MVP Awards
LOG – Sr Dru Samia
(6-4, 303, 5.02, 26, 4.94) Oklahoma – 5 MVP Awards
LOG – Jr Shane Lemieux (6-4, 317, 5.02) Oregon– 5 MVP Awards
OC – Sr Tyler Bladasz 
(6-2, 319, 5.16) Wisconsin – 5 MVP Awards
OC – Sr Sam Mustipher (6-3, 306, 5.92) Notre Dame – 5 MVP Awards
OC – Jr Nick Harris
(6-1, 300, 5.2) Washington – 5 MVP Awards
ROG – Jr Trey Smith (6-6, 320, 5.26) Tennessee – 5 MVP Awards
ROG – Jr Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms
(6-5, 330, 5.2) Missouri – 5 MVP Awards
ROG – Sr Bunchy Stallings
(6-3, 305, 5.2) Kentucky – 5 MVP Awards
ROG – Sr Terronne Prescod (6-5, 334, 5.31) North Carolina St – 5 MVP Awards
ROG – Sr Jordan Agasiva (6-5, 320, 5.2)
Utah – 5 MVP Awards
ROT – Sr Michael Deiter 
(6-6, 310, 5.2) Wisconsin – 5 MVP Awards
ROT – Sr Kaleb McGary
(6-7, 324, 5.1) Washington – 5 MVP Awards
K – Jr Rodrigo Blankenship (6-0, 191, 4.72) Georgia –  6 MVP Awards
K – Sr John Baron
(5-10, 190, 4.82) San Diego State 6 MVP Awards
K/P – Sr Austin Seibert
(5-9, 214, 5.0) Oklahoma – 6 MVP Awards
RET – Jr Isaiah Wright
(6-2, 220, 4.42) Temple – 6 MVP Awards

THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICAN
OFFENSE

ATH QB – Jr McKenzie Milton (5-11, 185, 4.43, 36, 4.3) UCF5 MVP Awards
ATH QB – So Sam Ehlinger
(6-3, 235, 4.68, 32, 4.42) Texas – 5 MVP Awards
ATH QB – Sr Eric Dungey
(6-4, 226, 4.52) Syracuse – 5 MVP Awards
QB – Sr Ryan Finley (6-4, 212, 4.66) North Carolina State – 5 MVP Awards
AP WR – So Ceedee Lamb (6-1, 189, 4.35, 40, 4.12) Oklahoma – 4 MVP Awards
AP RB – Jr Alex Barnes (6-0, 225, 4.44, 37, 4.22) Kansas State – 4 MVP Awards
AP RB – Jr David Montgomery (5-11, 216, 4.42, 36, 4.21) Iowa St – 4 MVP Awards
AP RB – So J.K. Dobbins (5-10, 214, 4.37, 40, 4.12) Ohio State – 4 MVP Awards
AP WR – So Lynn Bowden Jr (6-1, 195, 4.4, 36, 4.12) Kentucky – 4 MVP Awards
AP WR – So Marquez Stevenson
(6-0, 190, 4.33) Houston – 4 MVP Awards
RB – Fr Kennedy Brooks
(5-11, 206, 4.4, 38, 4.16) Oklahoma – 4 MVP Awards
RB – So A.J. Dillon
(6-0, 245, 4.52, 38.5, 4.2) Boston College– 4 MVP Awards
RB – Jr Zach Moss
(5-10, 215, 4.42, 36, 4.22) Utah – 4 MVP Awards
FB – Sr Devine Ozigbo
(6-0, 235, 4.52, 34, 4.32) Nebraska – 4 MVP Awards
SLOT – Fr Pooka Williams
(5-10, 170, 4.31) Kansas – 4 MVP Awards
SLOT – Sr – Myles Gaskin (5-9, 193, 4.4, 36, 4.12) Washington – 4 MVP Awards
WR – So Marquez Stevenson (6-0, 190, 4.33) Houston – 4 MVP Awards
FLK – Jr Antoine Wesley
(6-5, 200, 4.52) Texas Tech – 4 MVP Awards
FLK – Sr Trevon Brown (6-2, 215, 4.43) East Carolina – 4 MVP Awards
FLK – Jr Preston Williams
(6-4, 210, 4.44, 34, 4.22) Colorado St – 4 MVP Awards
TE – So T.J. Hockenson
(6-5, 250, 4.66, 32, 4.36) Iowa – 4 MVP Awards
TE – So Albert Okwurgbunam (6-5, 255, 4.66) Missouri – 4 MVP Awards
LOT – Sr Paul Adams
(6-5, 315, 5.0) Missouri – 4 MVP Awards
LOT – Sr Jackson Barton (6-7, 313, 5.02) Utah – 4 MVP Awards
LOG – Sr Darryl Williams
(6-2, 310, 5.08) Mississippi State –
 4 MVP Awards
LOG – Sr Hjalte Froholdt
(6-5, 315, 5.12) Arkansas – 4 MVP Awards
LOG – Sr Chris Brown
(6-5, 310, 5.0) Southern Cal – 4 MVP Awards
OC – Sr Lamont Gaillard (6-2, 308, 5.13) Georgia – 4 MVP Awards
OC – Sr Elgton Jenkins
(6-4, 310, 5.06) Mississippi State – 4 MVP Awards
OC – Sr Erik McCoy
(6-4, 311, 5.1, 26, 4.91) Texas A&M – 4 MVP Awards
OC – Jr Levi Brown (6-3, 280, 5.03) Marshall – 4 MVP Awards
OC – Jr Jordan Johnson
(6-2, 320, 5.2) Central Florida – 4 MVP Awards
ROG – Sr Zack Bailey
(6-5, 314, 5.16) South Carolina – 4 MVP Awards
ROG – Jr Nate Herbig (6-4, 350, 5.3) Stanford – 4 MVP Awards
ROT – Sr David Edwards
(6-7, 320, 5.33) Wisconsin – 4 MVP Awards
K – Sr Chase McLaughlin
(6-0, 190, 4.86) Illinois – 5 MVP Awards
K – Sr-Tr Cole Hedlund
(5-10, 162, 4.76) North Texas– 5 MVP Awards
RET – Jr Mecole Hardman
(5-11, 183, 4.28, 41, 3.96) Georgia – 5 MVP Awards

FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN
DEFENSE

SCOUTING NOTE IV: It’s Interesting To-Note that Most Every Great Offensive and  Defensive Player is able To Record Great Offensive and Great Defensive Stats, but some Really Fabulous Defensive Players Are Targeted and “Run-Away-From” on Every Offensive Play and thus Limiting Great Defensive Stats. Several Potential #1 Draft Choices in This Category Included DT Ed Oliver of Houston; DT  Derrick Brown of Auburn; DT Dexter Lawrence and DE Austin Bryant of Clemson; DT Raekwon Davis of Alabama; SS Johnathan Abram of Mississippi State; DT Gerald Willis of Miami; ILB Joe Dineen of Kansas; ILB Jordan Kunaszyk of CaliforniaILB Devin Bush and DE Rashan Gary of Michigan; and CB Greedy Williams of LSU, but I Included all of them on Either The Second or Third Team All-American Team.

SCOUTING NOTE V: The Two Co-Defensive Players of The Year, with 8 MVP Awards include Edge Rush End Josh Allen of Kentucky and Nose Tackle Quinnen Williams of Alabama.

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Bronco Nagurski Trophy; Chuck Bednarik Award; and  Lott Impact Trophy Kentucky Edge Rush End Josh Allen And Super Scout Co-Most Valuable Defensive Player!

Edge Rush – Jr Josh Allen (6-5, 260, 4.56) Kentucky – 8 MVP Awards
Edge Rush – Jr Sutton Smith (6-1, 237, 4.62, 36, 4.25) No Illinois  7 MVP Awards
Edge Rush – Sr Jachai Polite – (6-2, 242, 4.52) Florida – 7 MVP Awards
QDT – Sr Dre’Mont Jone
s
(6-4, 286, 4.82) Ohio State – 7 MVP Awards
NG – So – Quinnen Williams (6-4, 295, 4.72) Alabama – 8 MVP Awards
SDT – Sr Christian Wilkins (6-4, 315, 4.82) Clemson – 7 MVP Awards
SDE – Jr – Clelin Ferrell (6-5, 265, 4.62, 32, 4.4) Clemson – 7 MVP Awards
SDE – Sr Montez Sweat (6-6, 245, 4.62, 32, 4.36) Mississippi St – 7 MVP Awards
WLB – Sr Chase Hansen (6-3, 230, 4.52, 36, 4.32) Utah – 7 MVP Awards
MLB – Jr Devin White (6-2, 240, 4.46, 37, 4.26) Louisiana State – 7 MVP Awards
MLB – Sr T.J. Edwards (6-1, 242, 4.66) Wisconsin – 7 MVP Awards
SLB – Sr Ben Burr-Kirven 
(6-0, 221, 4.62, 32, 4.29) Washington – 7 MVP Awards
CB – Jr Julian Love (5-11, 193, 4.37, 36, 4.17) Notre Dame – 7 MVP Awards
CB – Sr DeAndre Baker
(5-11, 185, 4.37) Georgia – 7 MVP Awards
CB -So Byron Murphy (5-11, 182, 4.37, 38, 4.12) Washington – 7 MVP Awards
FS – Jr Deionte Thompson
(6-1, 196, 4.37, 36, 3.98) Alabama – 7 MVP Awards
SS – So Greg Delpit (6-3, 203, 4.42, 36, 4.04) Louisiana State– 7 MVP Awards 
SS – Jr Taylor Rapp (6-1, 200, 4.46, 36, 4.09) Washington – 7 MVP Awards
P – Jr Braden Mann
(5-11, 190) (51.1 Ave)  Texas A&M – 7 MVP Awards
P – Sr Ryan Stonehouse
(5-11, 170) (48.3 Ave) Colorado State – 7 MVP Awards
P – Sr Brandon Wright (5-10, 180) (48.2 Ave) Georgia State – 7 MVP Awards

Outland Trophy Winning Alabama NG Quinnen Williams And Super Scout Co-MVP Defensive Player!

SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN
DEFENSE

Edge Rush – Jr Kenny Willekes (6-4, 260, 4.72) Michigan State – 6 MVP Awards
Edge Rush – Sr Chase Winovich 
(6-4, 255, 4.68) Michigan – 6 MVP Awards
Edge Rush – Sr Oshane Ximines
(6-4, 255, 4.62) Ole Dominion – 6 MVP Awards
Edge Rush – Sr Nate Harvey (6-1, 225, 4.53) East Carolina – 6 MVP Awards
Edge Rush – Sr Jaylon Ferguson 
(6-5, 262, 4.72) Louisiana Tech – 6 MVP Awards
QDT – Jr Jeffery Simmons
(6-4, 300, 4.83) Mississippi St – 6 MVP Awards
QDT – Sr Charles Omenihu (6-6, 276, 4.76, 31, 4.53) Texas – 6 MVP Awards
QDT – Sr Gerald Willis (6-4, 285, 4.82) Miami – 6 MVP Awards
SDT – Jr Derrick Brown
(6-5, 325, 4.92) Auburn – 6 MVP Awards
NG – Jr Ed Oliver
(6-3, 292, 4.82, 29, 4.72) Houston – 6 MVP Awards
SDT – Jr Raekwon Davis (6-7, 316, 4.96, 28, 4.72) Alabama – 6 MVP Awards
SDT – Sr Jerry Tillery
(6-7, 305, 5.05, 28, 4.68) Notre Dame – 6 MVP Awards
SDT – Jr Dexter Lawrence (6-4, 340, 5.12) Clemson – 6 MVP Awards
SDE – So A.J. Epenesa
(6-5, 277, 4.72, 33, 4.42) Iowa – 6 MVP Awards
SDE – Sr Zach Allen
(6-6, 285, 4.77, 28, 4.32) Boston College – 6 MVP Awards
SDE – Jr Joe Jackson
(6-5, 258, 4.62, 32, 4.46) Miami – 6 MVP Awards
SDE – Jr Rashan Gary (6-5, 281, 4.56, 33, 4.38) Michigan – 6 MVP Awards
SDE  – Sr  Austin Bryant (6-6, 268, 4.71) Clemson – 6 MVP Awards
WLB – Sr D’Andre Walker
(6-3, 245, 4.52) Georgia – 6 MVP Awards
WLB – Sr Te’Von Coney (6-1, 240, 4.56) Notre Dame – 6 MVP Awards
WLB – Jr Kyahva Tezino
(6-0, 230, 4.52, 30, 4.32) San Diego St – 6 MVP Awards
MLB – Jr Devin Bush
(5-11, 233, 4.52) Michigan – 6 MVP Awards
MLB – Sr Gary Johnson (6-0, 230, 4.51, 39.5, 4.26) Texas – 5 MVP Awards
MLB – Sr Mack Wilson (6-2, 238) Alabama – 5 MVP Awards
SLB – So Paddy Fisher (6-4, 241, 4.69) Northwestern – 5 MVP Awards
SLB – Jr Tre Lamar
(6-4, 250, 4.6) Clemson – 5 MVP Awards
SLB – Jr Evan Weaver
(6-2, 245, 4.64, 33, 4.36) California – 5 MVP Awards
CB – So Greedy Williams (6-2, 184, 4.42) Louisiana State – 6 MVP Awards
CB – J
r Hamp Cheevers
 (5-10, 180, 4.42, 36, 4.32) Boston College – 5 MVP Awards
CB – Jr Bryce Hall (6-1, 200, 4.36) Virginia – 5 MVP Awards
FS – Fr Andre Cisco 
(6-0, 199, 4.44, 38, 4.14) Syracuse – 5 MVP Awards
SS – Sr Johnathan Abram (6-1, 215, 4.43, 36, 4.26) Mississippi St – 6 MVP Awards
SS – Sr Jaquan Johnson
(5-11, 195, 4.36, 36, 4.28) Miami – 5 MVP Awards
P – So Will Hart (6-2, 192) (47.6 Ave) Michigan – 6 MVP Awards
P – Sr Mitch Wishnowsky (6-2, 220, 4.84) (47.1 Ave) Utah – 6 MVP Awards
P – So James Smith (6-5, 220, 4.98) (47.0 Ave) Cincinnati – 6  MVP Awards

THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICAN
DEFENSE

Edge Rush – So Curtis Weaver (6-3, 266, 4.66) Boise State – 5 MVP Awards
Edge Rush – Jr Brian Burns (6-5, 235, 4.52, 36, 4.2) Florida State – 5 MVP Awards
Edge Rush – Sr Jalen Jelks (6-6, 245, 4.66) Oregon – 5 MVP Awards
Edge Rush – Jr Julian Okwara
(6-4, 241, 4.63) Notre Dame – 4 MVP Awards
Edge Rush – Jr Bradlee Anae 
(6-3, 254, 4.64) Utah – 4 MVP Awards
QDT – Sr Cortez Broughton (6-3, 295, 4.82, 34, 4.6) Cincinnati – 5 MVP Awards
QDT – Sr Michael Dogbe (6-3, 285, 4.83) Temple – 5 MVP Awards
NG – Sr Greg Gaines (6-2, 316, 4.9, 28-4, 4.7) Washington – 4 MVP Awards
SDT – Jr Leki Fotu (6-5, 323, 5.08) Utah – 4 MVP Awards
SDT – Sr Terry Beckner Jr (6-4, 295, 4.92) Missouri – 4 MVP Awards
SDE – Sr Isaiah Buggs (6-5, 286, 4.82) Alabama – 5 MVP Awards
SDE – Sr Yetur Gross-Matos
(6-5, 262, 4.67, 30, 4.32) Penn State – 5 MVP Awards
SDE – So Chase Young
(6-5, 265, 4.64, 33, 4.3) Ohio State – 4 MVP Awards
WLB – Sr Drue Tranquill
(6-2, 235, 4.52) Notre Dame 4 MVP Awards
WLB – Sr Chris Peace (6-2, 250, 4.52, 36, 4.42) Virginia – 4 MVP Awards
WLB – Jr Anfernee Jennings
(6-3, 266, 4.64) Alabama – 4 MVP Awards
WLB – So Kenneth Murray (6-2, 238, 4.62, 35, 4.34) Oklahoma – 4 MVP Awards
MLB – Jr Markus Bailey
(6-1, 240, 4.66, 33.5, 4.28) Purdue – 4 MVP Awards 
MLB – Jr Joe Bachie
(6-2, 238, 4.72) Michigan State 4 MVP Awards
MLB – Sr Joe Dineen (6-2, 235, 4.52) Kansas – 4 MVP Awards
MLB – Sr Jordan Kunaszyk
(6-3, 235, 4.74) California – 4 MVP Awards
SLB – Sr Deshaun Davis 
(5-11, 233, 4.64, 34.5, 4.35) Auburn – 4 MVP Awards
SLB – Jr Shaquille Quarterman (6-1, 240, 4.68, 38, 4.38) Miami– 4 MVP Awards
CB – So Paulson Abebo
(6-1, 189, 4.42) Stanford – 4 MVP Awards
CB – Sr Kris Boyd (6-0, 195, 4.4, 36, 4.04) Texas – 4 MVP Awards
CB – So Jaylon Johnson
(6-0, 190, 4.43) Utah – 4 MVP Awards
CB – Jr Nevelle Clarke (6-1, 187, 4.42) Central Florida – 4 MVP Awards
FS – Sr  Mike Edwards
(6-0, 200, 4.46) Kentucky – 5 MVP Awards
SS – Jr Amani Hooker (5-11, 210, 4.44) Purdue – 5 MVP Awards
SS – Sr Andrew Wingard (5-11, 214, 4.47, 40, 4.29) Wyoming – 4 MVP Awards
P – Jr Tom Bennett (6-3, 180) (46.6 Ave) Tulsa – 5 MVP Awards
P – So Oscar Draguicevich (5-11, 180) (46.0 Ave) Washington St – 5 MVP Awards
P – Sr Stefan Flintoft (6-2, 191) 45.8 Ave) UCLA – 5 MVP Awards

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2018 COLLEGE FOOTBALL MID-SEASON ALL-AMERICAN TEAM

2018 COLLEGE FOOTBALL
MID-SEASON ALL-AMERICAN TEAM

Three defensive standouts – Devin WhiteGreedy Williams and Grant Delpit – along with placekicker Cole Tracy have been named mid-season All-Americas by various news organizations for their efforts in leading LSU to a No. 5 national ranking and a 6-1 overall mark at the halfway point of the season.

Delpit, White and Williams were all named Mid-Season All-Americas by The Athletic, ESPN, and the Associated Press, while Tracy was recognized by The Athletic and was a second-team selection by the AP.

In addition to his spot on The Athletic’s Mid-Season All-America Team, Delpit was named by The Athletic national writer Bruce Feldman as the nation’s top defensive player for the first half of the season.

In Eight Games, seven games, Delpit has recorded 44 tackles and leads the Tigers in tackles for loss (7.5), interceptions (3), and is second on the team in sacks (3) and passes defended (7). He also has four quarterback hurries, four pass breakups and a forced fumble to his credit.

White, who is this week’s Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Week, has racked up a team-best 66 tackles, to go with 7.0 tackles for loss, one sack, three pass breakups, three passes defended and five quarterback hurries. He’s also recovered two fumbles and forced a fumble for an LSU defense that is allowing 16.9 points and 340.3 total yards per game.

Last week against Georgia, White recorded 13 tackles and recovered a fumble in the 36-16 win over the second-ranked Bulldogs. As a unit, LSU held Georgia to season lows for points (16), total yards (322) and rushing yards (113).

Williams, considered the nation’s top cornerback, has 22 tackles, a pair of interceptions and five passes defended for the Tigers.

Tracy, who leads the nation with 17 field goals, has been named the SEC Special Teams Player of the Week three times this year. He kicked the first walk-off game-winning field goal in LSU history in the 22-21 win over Auburn in week 3 and then tied a school-record with five field goals in the victory over Georgia.

Tracy ranks first in the SEC in scoring with 74 points and his 17 field goals already ranks No. 5 on LSU’s single-season list.

 

FIRST TEAM

Offense

QB – Tua Tagovailoa, Sophomore, Alabama
RB – Jonathan Taylor, Sophomore, Wisconsin
RB – Darrell Henderson, Junior, Memphis
OT – Jonah Williams, Junior, Alabama
OT – Mitch Hyatt, Senior, Clemson
OG – Beau Benzschawel, Senior, Wisconsin
OG – Shane Lemieux, Junior, Oregon
C – Ross Pierschbacher, Senior, Alabama
TE – Jace Sternberger, Junior, Texas A&M
WR – Laviska Shenault Jr, Sophomore, Colorado
WR – Jerry Jeudy, Sophomore, Alabama
AP – Greg Dortch, Sophomore, Wake Forest
PK – Andre Szmyt, Freshman, Syracuse

Defense

DE – Clelin Ferrell, Junior, Clemson
DE – Chase Winovich, Senior, Michigan
DT – Ed Oliver, Junior, Houston
DT – Gerald Willis III, Senior, Miami
LB – Josh Allen, Senior, Kentucky
LB – Devin White, Junior, LSU
LB – Ben Burr-Kirven, Senior, Washington
CB – Julian Love, Junior, Notre Dame
CB – Greedy Williams, Sophomore, LSU
S – Deionte Thompson, Junior, Alabama
S – Grant Delpit, Sophomore, LSU
P – Braden Mann, Junior, Texas A&M

SECOND TEAM

Offense

QB – Dwayne Haskins, Sophomore, Ohio State
RB – Travis Etienne, Sophomore, Clemson
RB – Benny Snell, Junior, Kentucky
OT – David Edwards, Junior, Wisconsin
OT – Greg Little, Junior, Mississippi
OG – Terronne Prescod, Senior, NC State
OG – Ben Bredeson, Junior, Michigan
C – Michael Jordan, Junior, Ohio State
TE – Noah Fant, Junior, Iowa
WR – Marquise Brown, Junior, Oklahoma
WR – John Ursua, Junior, Hawaii
AP – Rondale Moore, Freshman, Purdue
PK – Cole Tracy, Senior, LSU

Defense

DE – Montez Sweat, Junior, Mississippi State
DE – Brian Burns, Junior, Florida State
DT – Jerry Tillery, Senior, Notre Dame
DT – Quinnen Williams, Sophomore, Alabama
LB – Devin Bush, Junior, Michigan
LB – Porter Gustin, Senior, USC
LB – Curtis Bolton, Senior, Oklahoma
CB – Deandre Baker, Senior, Georgia
CB – Adrian Frye, Freshman, Texas Tech
S – Taylor Rapp, Junior, Washington
S – Ugochukwu Amadi, Senior, Oregon
P – Ryan Stonehouse, Sophomore, Colorado State

Voter Panel: Bob Asmussen, Champaign (Ill.) News-Gazette; Matt Baker, Tamp Bay (Fla.) Times; Michael Barber, Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch; Matt Brown, The Athletic; Robert Cessna, Bryan-College Station (Texas) Eagle; Rece Davis, ESPN; Pat Dooley, Gainesville (Fla.) Sun; Scott Hamilton, WECT-TV Wilmington, North Carolina; Eric Hansen, The South Bend (Ind.) Tribune; Brian Howell, ; Rob Long, WJZ-FM 105.7 The Fan Baltimore; Sean Manning; Conor O’Neill; Soren Petro, 810 WHB Kansas City, Missouri; Keith Sargeant, NJ.com/The Star Ledger; Jon Wilner, San Jose (Calif.) Mercury New; and Max Emfinger, Super Scout.

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Walter Camp Defensive Player Ratings! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

The Walter Camp National Player
And Heismam Trophy Awards Preview!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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These Five Players For The Walter Camp National Player Award Are Listed With Their Number of College Football Weekly Awards and it Includes Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray With Seven MVP Awards, Plus Another One in The BIG-12 Championship Game, Giving Him Eight MVP Awards; Washington State QB Gardner Minshew With Seven MVP Awards; Kentucky Edge Rush End With Seven MVP Awards; Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa With Six MVP Awards; and West Virginia QB Will Grier With Six MVP Awards.

Others With Six or Seven MVP Awards include Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins With Six MVP Awards, Plus Another One in The BIG-10 Championship Game, Giving Him Seven MVP Awards; Alabama Super Noseguard Quinnen Williams With Six MVP Awards, Plus Another One in The SEC Championship Game, Giving Him Seven MVP Awards; Texas A&M RB Treyveon Williams With Six MVP AwardsClemson RB Travis Etienne With Six MVP Awards, Counting The One in The ACC Championship GameMemphis RB Darrell Henderson With Six MVP Awards; LSU Strong Safety Greg Delpit With Six MVP AwardsLSU Inside Linebacker Devin White With Six MVP AwardsWashington LB Ben Burr-Kiren With Six MVP Awards; Clemson DE Clelin Ferrell With Six MVP Awardsand Florida Defensive Tackle Jachai Polite With Six MVP Awards.

Players With Five MVP Weekly Awards Include Boise State Quarterback Brett Rypien; Notre Dame Running Back Dexter Williams; Utah Linebacker Chase Hansen; Texas Inside Linebacker Greg Johnson; Texas A&M Tight End Jace Sternberger; Alabama Tight End Irv SmithMississippi State Defensive Tackle Jeffery SimmonsMississippi State Defensive End Montez SweatWisconsin Running Back Jonathan Taylor; California Inside Linebacker Evan Weaver; Wisconsin Inside Linebacker T.J. Edwards; and Washington Strong Safety Taylor Rapp.

Quarterbacks With Four MVP Weekly Awards Included Missouri Quarterback Drew Lock; Utah State Quarterback Jordan Love; Texas A&M Quarterback Jordan Ta’Amu; Central Florida Quarterback McKenzie Milton; Notre Dame Quarterback Ian Book; and

Running Backs and Tight Ends With Four MVP Weekly Awards Included  Iowa State All-Purpose Running Back David MontgomeryUCLA Tight End Caleb Wilson; Washington All-Purpose Back Myles Gaskin; Georgia All-Purpose Running Back D’Andre Swift; UCLA All-Purpose Running Back Joshua Kelley; Kansas State All-Purpose Running Back Alex Barnes; and Utah Running Back Zack Moss.

Wide Receivers With Four MVP Weekly Awards Included Ohio State Wide Receiver Parris CampbellOle Miss Wide Receiver A.J. BrownStanford Wide Receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside; Oregon State Wide Receiver Isaiah HodginsOklahoma Slot Wide Receiver Marquise Brown; Oklahoma All-Purpose Wide Receiver Ceedee LambArizona State All-Purpose Wide Receiver N’Keal Harry; and Purdue All-Purpose Wide Receiver Rondale Moore.

Defensive Linemen With Four MVP Weekly Awards Included Houston Defensive Tackle Ed Oliver; Penn State Strongside Defensive End Yetur Gross-Matos; Alabama Defensive Tackle Isaiah Buggs; Texas Defensive Tackle Charles Omenihu; Ohio State Defensive Tackle Dre’Mont Jones;Ohio State Defensive End Chase Young; Clemson Defensive Tackle Christian Wilkins; Michigan Edge Rush End Chase Winovich; Michigan State Edge Rush End Kenny Willekes; and Boise State Edge Rush End Curtis Weaver.

Linebackers With Four MVP Weekly Awards Included Michigan Inside Linebacker Devin BushClemson Inside Linebacker Tre LamarHouston Inside Linebacker Austin RobinsonCentral Florida Outside Linebacker Nate EvansVirginia Linebacker Chris Peace; North Carolina State Inside Linebacker Germaine Pratt; and

Defensive Backs With Four MVP Weekly Awards Included Washington Cornerback Byron Murphy; Iowa Strong Safety Amani Hooker; Miami Strong Safety Jaquan Johnson; Syracuse Free Safety Andre Cisco; Virginia Cornerback Bryce Hall; and

Tight Ends and Offensive Linemen were Very Difficult to Evaluate and Give a Weekly MVP Award for each Week, but there were Four Tight Ends that Were Very Impressive and they were Awarded Several Weekly MVP Awards. All Four of These Tight Ends are Super Freaks and they Include Texas A&M Tight End Jace Sternberger; Alabama Tight End Irv SmithMissouri TE Albert Okwuegbunam; and Iowa Tight End Noah Fant. All Four Super Tight Ends Are Potential NFL #1 Draft Choices.

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Kentucky Super-Star Edge Rush End Josh Allen Wins Bronco Nagurski Award! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Kentucky Super-Star Edge Rush End Josh Allen Wins Bronco Nagurski Award! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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Kentucky Senior Edge Rush Defensive End Josh Allen (6-5, 260, 4.56) From Montclair, New Jersey has just been Awarded The Bronco Naguraki Trophy Award as The Top Defensive Player in The Country after just being Named as The SEC Defensive Player of The Year.

Allen has been Sensational All Season in Leading The #15 Ranked Kentucky Wildcats to a (9-3, 5-3 SEC) Record and with Such an Incredible Season, this is Obviously Not Going To-Be his Last Defensive Award, because he is going to Receive Several More Defensive Awards.

In The 2018 Season, Allen has become The Kentucky Wildcats All-Time Quarterback Sack Record with 14 Quarterback Sacks and he also Broke The Wildcats Quarterback Sack Record for a Single Season.

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Allen Also is a Semi-Finalist for Several Other Trophy Awards, including The Chuck Bednarik Trophy Award for The Best Linebacker in The Country; The Dick Butkus Award as The Best Linebacker in The CountryThe Lott IMPACT Trophy Award, given to The Top Defensive Player in The Country; and The Walter Camp Trophy Award for The Top Player in The Country.

As a Senior, in 2018, Allen was a Little Heavier and Stronger than in 2017 and he Put-Together another Tremendous Season in Recording an Incredible Football Season as he Recorded 52 Solo Tackles, including 14 Quarterback Sacks, 18.5 Tackles for a Loss, 5 Forced Fumblesand 4 Pass Breakups. This is not even Counting  The Kentucky Wildcats Bowl GameAllen Recorded Multi Sacks in Four Games and was Selected to My College Football Weekly MVP’s in An Incredible Seven Games, Including 3 Sacks Against South Carolina; Plus 2 Sacks Against Vanderbilt, Missouri, and Middle Tennessee.

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Allen (#41) is  Exceptionally Fast for an Edge Rush End, Weighing in The 260-Pound Range and he also Possesses an Extremely Quick First-Step in Causing Serious Damage to Opponents Offensive Plays.

Allen was a Backup as a Freshman before becoming a Sophomore Super-Star in 2016, in Becoming a Solid Starter at Rush Defensive End. In that 2016 Season, Allen Recorded 62 Tackles, Including 7 Quarterback Sacks, 8.5 Tackles for a Loss, and 4 Forced Fumbles. Then, As a Junior, Allen became one of The Top Edge Rush Defensive Ends in the SEC, as he Recorded 65 Tackles, Including 9.5 Tackles for a Loss, 2 Forced Fumbles, and 3 Pass Breakups. After his Junior Season, Allen Considered Entering The 2018 NFL Draft, but Decided to return for his Senior Season.

Allen was also Phenomenal against The Florida Gators, leading The Kentucky Wildcats to snap their 31-Game Losing Streak to The  Gators. Allen Dominated The Gators Left Offensive Tackle in The Pass Rush and made Two Outstanding Downfield Pass Breakups, including a Critical Two-Point Conversion Attempt. After that, Allen was also Outstanding in Leading The Wildcats to Victory over Missouri, Mississippi State and South Carolina.

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The Walter Camp National Player
And Heismam Trophy Awards Preview!

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There were Four Quarterbacks that have been Named as Finalists in The Final Five for The 2018 Walter Camp National Player of The Year Award, including Oklahoma Quarterback Kyler Murray; Alabama Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa; Washington State Quarterback Gardner Minshew; and West Virginia Quarterback Will Grier. The only Non-Quarterback is Super Kentucky Linebacker Josh Allen.

These Five Players For The Walter Camp National Player Award Are Listed With Their Number of College Football Weekly Awards and it Includes Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray With Seven MVP Awards, Plus Another One in The BIG-12 Championship Game, Giving Him Eight MVP Awards; Washington State QB Gardner Minshew With Seven MVP Awards; Kentucky Edge Rush End With Seven MVP Awards; Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa With Six MVP Awards; and West Virginia QB Will Grier With Six MVP Awards.

Others With Six or Seven MVP Awards include Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins With Six MVP Awards, Plus Another One in The BIG-10 Championship Game, Giving Him Seven MVP Awards; Alabama Super Noseguard Quinnen Williams With Six MVP Awards, Plus Another One in The SEC Championship Game, Giving Him Seven MVP Awards; Texas A&M RB Treyveon Williams With Six MVP AwardsClemson RB Travis Etienne With Six MVP Awards, Counting The One in The ACC Championship GameMemphis RB Darrell Henderson With Six MVP Awards; LSU Strong Safety Greg Delpit With Six MVP AwardsLSU Inside Linebacker Devin White With Six MVP AwardsWashington LB Ben Burr-Kiren With Six MVP Awards; Oklahoma Slot Wide Receiver Marquise BrownClemson DE Clelin Ferrell With Six MVP Awardsand Florida DT Jachai Polite With Six MVP Awards.

Players With Five MVP Weekly Awards Include Boise State Quarterback Brett Rypien; Notre Dame Running Back Dexter Williams; Utah Linebacker Chase Hansen; Texas Inside Linebacker Greg Johnson; Texas A&M Tight End Jace Sternberger; Alabama Tight End Irv SmithMississippi State Defensive Tackle Jeffery SimmonsMississippi State Defensive End Montez SweatWisconsin Running Back Jonathan Taylor; California Inside Linebacker Evan Weaver; and Washington Strong Safety Taylor Rapp.

Other Players With Four MVP Weekly Awards Include Missouri Quarterback Drew Lock; Oklahoma All-Purpose Wide Receiver Ceedee Lamb; Utah State Jordan Love; Texas A&M Quarterback Jordan Ta’Amu; Central Florida Quarterback McKenzie Milton; Central Florida Outside Linebacker Nate Evans; Houston Defensive Tackle Ed Oliver; Houston Inside Linebacker Austin Robinson; Clemson Inside Linebacker Tre LamarNotre Dame Quarterback Ian Book; Washington Cornerback Byron Murphy; Washington All-Purpose Back Myles Gaskin; Penn State Strongside Defensive End Yetur Gross-Matos; Virginia Linebacker Chris Peace; Alabama Defensive Tackle Isaiah Buggs; Texas Defensive Tackle Charles Omenihu; Ohio State Defensive Tackle Dre’Mont Jones; Ohio State Defensive End Chase Young; Clemson Defensive Tackle Christian Wilkins; and Boise State Edge Rush End Curtis Weaver.

Tight Ends and Offensive Linemen were Very Difficult to Evaluate and Give a Weekly MVP Award for each Week, but there were Five Tight Ends that Were Very Impressive and they were Awarded Several Weekly MVP Awards. All Five of These Tight Ends are Super Freaks and they Include Texas A&M Tight End Jace Sternberger; Alabama Tight End Irv SmithMissouri TE Albert Okwuegbunam; UCLA Tight End Caleb Wilsonand Iowa Tight End Noah Fant. All Four Super Tight Ends Are Potential NFL #1 Draft Choices.

Sternberger (6-4, 255, 4.6, 32, 4.31) From Kingfisher, Oklahoma has Tremendous Size, Great Athleticism, and Outstanding Speed for a Huge Tight End. He Will Go-Up and Catch Clutch Passes Against Cornerbacks and then Run for Extra Yardage, after Making Contact.

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Sternberger (#81) Caught 5 Passes Against Kentucky for 95-Yards; Caught 7 Passes Against South Carolina for 145-Yards; Caught 4 Passes for 76-Yards Against Ole Miss; and Caught 5 Passes Against LSU for 75-Yards and 2 Touchdowns. These Outstanding SEC Stats helped Sternberger to be Voted To The All-SEC First Team All-Conference.

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Okwuegbunam (6-5, 255, 4.66) was Incredible in The Memphis Tigers Game as he Caught 6 Passes from QB Drew Lock for 159-Yards and an Incredible 3 Touchdowns. In this Game, Lock and Okwuegbunam (#81) Took Full-Advantage of One-On-One Coverage by The Memphis Defensive Secondary as he Caught a 58-Yard Touchdown in The Second Quarter and then Another 47-Yard Touchdown at The End of The Second Quarter. Then, at The End of The Third Quarter, Okwuegbunam Caught a 23-Yard Touchdown Pass, giving The Missouri Tigers a 65-33 Victory over The Memphis Tigers.

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Smith (6-4, 245, 4.52) From New Orleans Brother Martin, Louisiana was Incredible all year, but he was Especially Unbelievable in The Arkansas Game, as he Only Caught 2 Passes, but One of the Catches was an Incredible 76-Yard Touchdown and The Other Catch was a 47-Yard Catch, giving Smith (#82) him a Mind-Boggling 61.5-Yards Per Catch Average in The Crimson Tide 65-31 Victory over The Arkansas Razorbacks. In 2018, Smith Caught 38 Passes for 648-Yards and 7 Touchdowns and a 17.0-Yard Average Per Catch. Smith Caught 5 Passes for 70-Yards Against Mississippi State and he Caught 4 Passes for 74-Yards Against Texas A&M.

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Wilson (6-4, 235, 4.62) had a Tremendous 2018 Season with 60 Catches for 965-Yards and Four TouchdownsWilson (#81) kept Picking-Up a First Down with a 10-Yard Plus Gain, but his biggest Catch went for 66-Yards. The Bruins did not have a Great Season, but Wilson has been Outstanding All Year Under UCLA Head Coach Chip Kelley, and The NFL Scouts Really Appreciate his Great Receiving Ability whenever he Declares for The NFL Draft. Wilson is a Red-Shirt Junior and he Averaged 16.1-Yards per catch with his 60 Catches.

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Fant (6-5, 245, 4.68) is an Iowa Junior and he has Already Announced his Decision to Enter The 2019 NFL Draft and Skip The Hawkeyes Bowl Game. In 2018, Fant (#87) Caught 39 Passes for 519-Yards and 7 Touchdowns. In 2017, Fant Set an Iowa Hawkeyes Record with 11 Touchdowns and he Led The Country for Touchdowns by a Tight End.

The Walter Camp National Player of The Year Awards and The Dick Butkus Awards will be Announced on Thursday December. 6. The Walter Camp Award will be Announced During The 6:00 PM Edition of ESPN SportsCenter and then will be Presented on Saturday January 12, 2019 at The Yale University Lanman Center.

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2018 College Football MVP’s Of Week #12! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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2018 College Football MVP’s Of Week #12!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

All MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

OFFENSE

Super Passing Quarterback

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  1. Washington State East Carolina Transfer And Super Passing Quarterback Gardner Minshew (6-2, 220, 4.92) from Brandon, Mississippi had another Incredible Game Against The Arizona Wildcats as he Completed 43 or 55 Passes for an Incredible 473-Yards and 7 Touchdowns, a 11-Yard Average Per Catch, and a 192.4 Quarterback Rating in The #18 Ranked Washington State Cougars 69-28 Victory over The Arizona Wildcats. In this Game, The Cougars Super-Star Quarterback Broke The Washington State School Record of Seven Touchdown Passes and The Cougars Might have given themselves a Real Longshot for a Spot in The College Football Playoffs. Minshew (#16) is being Pushed as a Heisman Trophy Candidate and has been named to The Walter Camp Player of the Year Watch List. Minshew is one of 15 players named to the watch list for the fourth-oldest football award in the country. The East Carolina Graduate Transfer is the only player from The PAC-12 to be named to This  Watch List. Former Cougar Defensive Lineman Hercules Mata’afa was named as a Finalist for The Award Last SeasonMinshew is also a Semi-Finalist for The Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award and Maxwell Award, and Also Named to The Top 15 for The Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award. Washington State (10-1, 7-1 PAC-12) was Unbelievable as they Built-Up a 55-14 Halftime Lead and were not Ever Seriously threatened on their way to their Seventh Consecutive VictoryMinshew is The Big Reason why The Cougars are 9-1 and Ranked #8 The College Football Playoff Rankings. Minshew currently Leads the Nation in Yards Passing with 3,852-Yards, Passing Yards-Per-Game with 385.2-Yards, and Total Offense-Per-Game with 393.8-Yards. Minshew is also sixth in The Country with a PAC-12 Best 29 Touchdown Passes and leads The Country with Five Games of 400-Plus Passing Yards. He has also thrown for at least 300-Yards in Every Single Game this Season. With their 10th Victory of the Season, The Cougars matched their School Record that was last accomplished in 2003. They also won their 13th straight home game and set a season high for pointsThe Cougars host Their Archrival and Ranked #17, Washington Huskies on Friday, and The Apple Cup Winner taking The PAC-12 North Championship.

Super Athletic Quarterbacks

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  1. Ohio State Sophomore Athletic Quarterback Dwayne Haskins (6-3, 220, 4.6) had an Incredible Game Against The Maryland Terripins as he Completed 28 of 38 Passes for 405-Yards and a Touchdown and he Rushed 15 Times for Another 59-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, giving him a Mind-Boggling 464-Yards of Total Offense and 4 Touchdowns and a 184.0 Quarterback Rating in The Buckeyes 52-51 Overtime Comeback Victory over The Maryland TerripinsAfter a 5-Yard Touchdown Run by Haskins (#7) and Giving The Buckeyes a 52-45 Lead in Overtime, Maryland Interim Head Coach Matt Canada made a Gutsy-Call to go for a Two-Point Conversion Attempt Call and Win The Game and it would have Probably Worked, but the Quarterback and Receiver were not on the Same Page, as the Quarterback Had an Easy Pass for The Victory, but he Overthrew His Target and The Buckeyes avoided one of the most stunning Upsets of This Football Season.

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  1. Oklahoma State Red-Shirt Senior Athletic Quarterback Taylor Cornelius (6-5, 232, 4.81, 32, 4.51) had Another Incredible Game Against The West Virginia Mountaineers as he Completed 30 of 46 Passes for 338-Yards and 5 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for Another 106-Yards on 13 Carries and Another Touchdown, giving him 444-Yards of Total Offense and 6 Touchdowns in The Oklahoma State Cowboys 45-41 Comeback and UPSET Victory over The #7 Ranked West Virginia Mountaineers. Last Week Against The Oklahoma SoonersCornelius (#4) was Almost Flawless as he Passed for 501-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, but on one play on a 2-Point Conversion with 1:03 Left in The Game, he Misfired on a Pass to Super-Star Wide Receiver Tylan Wallace in a 48-47 Loss to The Sooners. On this Saturday, However, this Same Connection To Wallace Worked. With 42-Seconds Left in The Game, Cornelius threw an Incredible Touchdown Pass to Wallace and The Oklahoma State Cowboys beat The No. 7 West Virginia Mountaineers in a 45-41 Come-From-Behind Victory.

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  1. Oklahoma Junior A&M Transfer Athletic Quarterback Kyler Murray (5-10, 195, 4.38) From Allen, Texas had Another Sensational Game on Saturday Against The Kansas Jayhawks as he Completed 21 of 32 Passes for 272-Yards and 2 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for Another 99-Yards on 9 Carries and 3 more Touchdowns, giving him 377-Yards of Total Offense, 5 Touchdowns,12.8-Yards Per Touch, and a 151.4 Quarterback Rating. Murray (#1) Completely Sealed the Game with an Incredible 75-Yard Touchdown Run with Only 13:44 Remaining In-The-Game that Sparked a 20-Point Fourth Quarter. Murray, then Added Another Touchdown in that Final Quarter and and This Helped The #6 Ranked Sooners To-Survive The Kansas Jayhawks Super Freshman Running Back Pooka Williams Jr, who Rushed For a Career-High 272-Yards and 2 Touchdowns. Oklahoma (10-1, 7-1 Big-12) moved a Little Closer For a Spot in The Big-12 Conference Championship Game, and Murray Helped his Heisman Trophy Campaign in what is likely his Final Oklahoma Football Game. “Murray is a special player,” Kansas Head Coach David Beaty said. “The Heisman needs to go to him.”

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  1. Alabama Sophomore Athletic Quarterback Tua Tagouvailoa (6-1, 218, 4.64, 34, 4.34) had Another Incredible Game Against The Citadel Bulldogs as he Completed 18 of 22 Passes in only Three Quarters, including Touchdowns of 21 and 5-Yards to Jaylen Waddle and an Incredible 68-Yard Touchdown to Super-Star Tight End Irv Smith (6-4, 245, 4.56). In this Incredible Game, Tagouvailoa  (#13) also Rushed for Another 37-Yards and Another Touchdown, giving him 377-Yards of Total Yards, 4 Touchdowns, and an Unbelievable 256.6 Quarterback Rating in The Crimson Tide 50-17 Victory over The Citadel BulldogsTagouvailoa also Broke The Alabama School Record for Touchdown Passes in a Single Season of 30, that was Set by A.J. McCarron, as he Reached 31 Touchdown Passes. “Thirty-One touchdowns, that’s cool,”Tagovailoa said. “But we’ve got another game to finish off this season and another game after that. We are more focused on finishing this season the right way.” Alabama still has Auburn and then The #5 Ranked Georgia Bulldogs in The SEC Championship Game.
  2. East Carolina Freshman Athletic Quarterback Holton Ahlers (6-3, 236, 4.72, 28, 4.43) had an Outstanding Game Against The U-Conn Huskies as he Completed 22 of 31 Passes for 242-Yards and 4 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for Another 130-Yards and Another Touchdown, giving him 372-Yards, 5 Touchdowns, and a 179.1 Quarterback Rating in The East Carolina Pirates 55-21 Victory over The Huskies.
  3. Florida State Junior Athletic Quarterback Deondre Francois (6-1, 215, 4.56) had an Outstanding Game Against Boston College as he Completed 19 of 39 Passes for 322-Yards, including a 74-Yard Game-Winning Touchdown with 1:49 Left in The Seminoles Unbelievable 22-21 UPSET Victory over The #22 Ranked Boston College Eagles. Francois also Rushed for Another 26-Yards, giving him 348-Yards of Total Offense. Francois  was Selected as The ACC Rookie of The Year in 2016, but he Experienced a Season-Ending Knee Injury in The Opening Game in 2017.

Super Running Backs

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  1. Wisconsin Sophomore Super-Star Running Back Jonathan Taylor (5-11, 231, 4.42, 36, 4.1) had another Unbelievable and Incredible Game Against The Purdue Boilermakers as he Rushed for an Incredible Career-High 321-Yards and 3 Touchdowns in The Wisconsin Badgers 47-43 Victory over The Boilermakers in Triple Overtime. Taylor was Pretty Special for The Badgers as he Completely Wore-Down The Purdue Defense as he Scored Three Touchdowns in The Second Half, including The Winning 17-Yard Touchdown Run in The Third Overtime. Taylor also Equaled his Career-High Carries with 33, while Averaging 9.7-Yards Per-Carry and his Three Touchdown Runs, included Runs of 80, 12, and 17-Yards, Especially-When The Struggling Badgers needed a Huge Boost after their Playoff Hopes and Big-10 Championship Hopes had been Derailed by Three Losses in their last Five GamesTaylor Quickly Jump-Started The Badgers Offense with his Incredible 80-Yard Touchdown Run on The Badgers First Offensive Play in The Second Half, that helped Open-Up the passing game with his strong runs and eventually created enough headaches for The Boilermakers to help Wisconsin overcome a 27-13 deficit in the final seven minutes of Regulation Play before reaching the end zone in All Three Overtimes. Wisconsin (7-4, 5-3, BIG-10) have won 13 Straight in this Purdue Football Series and they needed to win this game and next week in Their Regular-Season Finale to improve their Bowl Potential and Prospects. As a Super-Star Freshman in 2017, Taylor was an Exceptional Freshman Running Back as he Averaging 6.6-Yards Per-Carry for 1,977-Yards and 13 Touchdowns.

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  1. Ohio State Sophomore Super-Star Running Back J.K. Dobbins (5-10, 214, 4.42, 43.1, 4.09) From La Grange, Texas was Outstanding as an Incredible Workhorse on Saturday in The Huge Ohio State Buckeyes 52-51 Overtime Victory over The Maryland Terripins as he Carried The Football 37 Times and Rushed for an an Amazing 203-Yards. Without The Press or Maryland Coaches knowing about a Quad-Bruise Injury to The Buckeyes Second Team Running Back, Mike Weber, who Suffered The Injury on Tuesday in Practice and it was not Reported until after The Game, even The Sports Announcers on ABC National Television were Puzzled as to why Dobbins was getting all of the Carries, along with Quarterback Dwayne Haskins. In this Incredible Comeback and Overtime Victory, The Buckeyes Rushed for 283-Yards with Dobbins Rushing for a Career-High 203-Yards and Haskins Rushing for 59-Yards, along with 405-Yards Passing, as he was a Surprising Complement to Dobbins, who shouldered most of the Rushing Load. Dobbins came into his Sophomore Season with Outstanding Heisman Trophy Potential, but that has Quickly Gone to Super-Star Quarterback Haskins, who is also having an Incredible and Unbelievable, Explosive Season for The Buckeyes, while Dobbins is only 85-Yards from having his Second-Straight 1,000-Yard Rushing Season, after Rushing for 1,403-Yards as a Freshman. Dobbins has already Eclipsed his 7 Touchdowns in his Freshman Season with 8 Rushing and 1 Receiving Touchdowns and Dobbins also has Incredible Measurables.

All-Purpose Running Backs

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  1. Ohio Red-Shirt Senior All-Purpose Running Back A.J. Ouellette (5-10, 209, 4.4, 38, 3.05 SH, 425 BP) had an Incredible Game Against The Buffalo Bulls as he Rushed for 196-Yards on 26 Carries and 2 Touchdowns and he also Caught 2 Passes for Another 16-Yards and Another Touchdown in The Ohio Bobcats 52-17 Victory over The Buffalo Bulls in a Key MAC East Division Game. Ouellette (#12) Absolutely Dominated this game on the ground with his 196-Yards, but he Also Caught 2 Passes for 18-Yards, including an Incredible Eight-Yard Touchdown Pass in the Third Quarter, giving him 212-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and 3 Touchdowns. This was The Third game for Ouellette for of at least 135-Yards Rushing in his last Four Games and now has 973-Yards Rushing for The Season and Needing only 27-Yards Rushing against The Akron Zips in The Regular-Season Final Game to Reach 1,000-Yards for the SeasonThe Bobcats have gotten themselves into The MAC East Championship Contention as they Scored Early and Often with a 646-277 Yardage-Edge while forcing Five Turnovers and they had a Huge 43-Plus Minutes of Possession Against The BullsOuellette is also having an Outstanding Senior Season and he already has 3,496-Career-Yards and 30 Touchdowns Scored. A.J. Ouellette Matched J.K. Dobbins with Incredible Measurables as he Bench Pressed 425-Pounds in High School and he also Ran a Legitimate 4.3 in The Forty and did a Mind-Boggling 3.05 in The Pro-Shuttle. Ouellette also Ran a 4.4 in The Forty at The North Carolina State Summer Camp, before The 2018 Season and it was with a Sore Hamstring.
  2. Boise State Junior All-Purpose Running Back Alexander Mattison (5-11, 219, 4.47, 38, 4.09) had a Great Game Against The New Mexico Lobos as he Rushed for 145-Yards and a Touchdown and Caught 3 Passes for 40-Yards, giving him 185-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage and an 8.1-Yards Per Touch in The #23 Ranked Broncos 45-14 Victory over The LobosMattison and Broncos Quarterback Brett Rypien will be Super-Stars on Offense against Fresno State in The Mountain West Championship Game.

DEFENSE

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  1. East Carolina Senior Edge Rusher Defensive End Nate Harvey (6-1, 225, 4.56) had another Outstanding Game Against The U-Conn Huskies as he Recorded 5 Tackles, including 4 Solo Tackles, 3 Quarterback Sacks, 3.5 Tackles for a Loss, 1 Forced Fumble, 1 Recovered Fumble, and 2 Quarterback Hurries in The East Carolina Pirates 55-21 Victory over The U-Conn Huskies. Harvey (#40) is having a Sensational Senior Season as he Ranks Third in The Country in Quarterback Sacks with 13.5 Quarterback Sacks and he also Leads The Country in Tackles for a Loss with 25.5 in Ten Games. The Great News for The Pirates is that there is a chance that The Pirates may be able to get his Services for Another Year. The Possibility and Potential of a Fifth Year of Eligibility for Harvey would come as a Result of his First Year at Georgia Military College in 2015 when he Should have been Red-Shirted, because he only played “A Few Plays” in The Entire Season. While Harvey declined to talk about specifics of the 2015 Season, he said he only played in “Like 12 Snaps” as a freshman in what was ruled a full year. The Pirates are Currently in The Process of putting together The Paperwork to send to The NCAA in hopes of Getting-Back another Year, in what Should have been his Red-Shirt Season with an Extra Season of Eligibility for Harvey for The 2019 Season. Harvey spent his First Two Years in College at Georgia Military College in 2015 and 2016. He then Transferred to The East Carolina Pirates as a Walk-On and he Participated in All 12 Games in 2017 as a Junior on Special Teams before moving to an Edge Rusher Defensive End this season and Becoming a Real Super-Star

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  1. Clemson Junior Edge Rusher Defensive End Clelin Ferrell (6-5, 265, 4.62) had Another Great Game Against The Duke Blue Devils as he Recorded 5 Tackles, including 2 Solo Tackles, 2 Quarterback Sacks, 2.5 Tackles for a Loss, 1 Pass Breakup, and 2 Quarterback Hurries in The #2 Ranked Clemson Tigers 35-6 Victory over The Blue Devils. The Tigers Overall Performance was not Great, but The Tigers still ended with a Blowout and Remained Undefeated with a 11-0 Record and an 8-0 Record in The Atlantic Coast Conference. In 2017, Ferrell (#99) Totaled 66 Tackles with 18 Tackles for a Loss, 9.5 Quarterback Sacks, and Two Forced Fumbles. In 2016, Ferrell had an impressive Red-Shirt Freshman Season for The Tigers as he Recorded 44 Tackles with 12.5 Tackles for a Loss, and Six Quarterback Sacks. In 11 Games in 2018, as a Red-Shirt Junior, Ferrell has Currently Recorded 38 Tackles, 10.5 Quarterback Sacks, and 3 Forced Fumbles. Since he is a Potential #1 Draft Choice, The Quarterback Sack Stats for Ferrell Draw Most of the Attention and rightfully so, but his ability to stop the run is just as Impressive and as Valuable.

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  1. TCU Senior Edge Rusher Defensive End Ben Banogu (6-4, 249, 4.61, 40.4, 4.31) From McKinney, Texas had Another Outstanding Game Against The Baylor Bears as he Recorded a Career-High and Team-High 10 Tackles, including 9 Solo Tackles, 1 Quarterback Sack, 4 Tackles for a Loss, 1 Forced Fumble and 2 Quarterback Hurries in The TCU Horned Frogs 16-9 Victory over The Bears. Banogu (#15) was Especially Sensational on The First Two Offensive Plays of The Game as he Recorded a Tackle for a Loss and Forced a Fumble on The First Two Offensive Snaps of The Game for The Bears. Banogu is a Transfer from ULM and he Sat-Out The 2016 Season and then Started all 14 Games in 2017 and became one of The Top Edge Rush Ends in The Country. In that 2017 Season, Banogu Led The Big-12 with 16.5 Tackles for a Loss and was Second in Quarterback Sacks with 8.5 Sacks. He was Also Selected as the Big-12 Newcomer of the Year and First Team Big-12 All-Conference. Banogu has also been Selected as a Semi-Finalist for The Bronco Nagurski Trophy Watch List as The Defensive player of The Year.

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  1. Central Florida Strongside Defensive End Titus Davis (6-3, 250, 4.72, 36) had an Outstanding Game Against The Cincinnati Bearcats as he Recorded 5 Tackles, including 5 Solo Tackles, 3 Quarterback Sacks, and a Forced Fumble in The #11 Ranked UCF Knights 38-13 Victory over The #14 Ranked Bearcats on ESPN College Game Day from The UCF Campus.
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Cowboys Byron Jones Breaks 100 Year Standing Broad Jump World Record! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

2015 FIRST ROUND NFL DRAFT CHOICE MEARS PLAYER RATINGS

Image result for Byron Jones PhotosByron Jones Breaks Standing Broad Jump World Record With 147-Inch Jump And Records A World Record 2,578 MEARS!

On February 25, 2015, Sensational Cornerback Byron Jones of U-Conn went through the Entire 2015 NFL  Scouting Combine, Impressing Most Every Single One of The NFL Scouts at every Combine Station and He Ended the Day with a Mind-Boggling, Unbelievable 2,578 MEARS RATING and in The Process, he also Broke The World Record in The Standing Broad Jump With his “Out-Of-This-World” 147-Inch Standing Broad Jump or 12-Foot, 3-Inch (In The Photo). Jones also did an Equally Incredible in The 3.94 Pro-Agility Shuttle and Equally Impressive and Mind-Boggling 44-5 Vertical Jump. Jones Recently Signed an $8.6M Four-Year Contract with The Dallas Cowboys, giving more Credence in having Great and Accurate Measurables.

Jones Set the Record in The Standing Broad Jump at The 2015 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in IndianapolisThe World Record was 12-Foot, 2-Inch, Set by Norwegian Arne Tvervaag in 1968The Standing Broad Jump is Rarely Performed these days and it Has Not Been an Olympic Event in about 100-Years, so it is Rather Difficult to find Reliable Records for it, but Tveraag was Regarded as The Record Holder.

Buffalo Bills Wide Receiver Marquise Goodwin, who was a Two-Time NCAA Long Jump Champion for The Texas Longhorns and He Qualified for The 2012 Olympics, Long Jumped 11-Feet at The 2013 NFL Combine, making his Long Jump Even More Impressive.

All of The NFL Scouts who saw Jones Record His Incredible 44.5-Inch Vertical Jump, which was a Half-Inch off of The NFL Scouting Combine Record that was Set in 2014, will have some Great Memories.

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Clemson Super Linebacker Vic Beasley Also Broke THE MEARS WORLD RECORD WITH 2,492 MEARS RATING!

Outside Linebacker/Defensive End Clemson Super Combine Freak Vic Beasley Was The Talk of The 2015 NFL Scouting Combine. Beasley was Drafted By The Atlanta Falcons. Beasley did a 4.45 Forty; a 41-Inch Vertical Jump; and a 4.15 Pro-Shuttle; as he Also Recorded An Incredible 2,496 MEARS RATING!

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Alabama Super Wide Receiver Amari Cooper Also Broke THE MEARS RATING WITH A 2,467 MEARS RATING!

Super Alabama Wide Receiver Amari Cooper was also one of Most-Talked About Players at The 2015 NFL Combine and He Did Not Let Any of The NFL Scouts-Down or Disappointed as he Ran an Incredible 4.35 Forty and Then Ran a 4.26 Forty at Alabama Pro DayCooper (#9) had a SEC Record Season With 124 Catches for 1,727-Yards and 16 Touchdowns as a Junior for The Crimson Tide in his Last Season. Cooper also became The Alabama All-Time Career Leader in Catches with 229; Receiving Yards with 3,463-Yards; and Receiving Touchdowns with 31 Touchdowns. Cooper was a Finalist for The Heisman Trophy Award; Won The Fred Biletnikoff Award; and was also a Unanimous All-American Wide Receiver.

These 2015 NFL First Round Draft Choices Might Be The Most Incredible Group Ever!

# POS PLAYER COL         HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ REP   MEARS TEAM OVERALL
1 QB Jameis Winston FSU         6-4 231 4.81 28.5 4.36 103 2,367 BUCS        #1,#1
2 QB Marcus Mariota Oregon 6-4 222 4.33 36 4.11 121       2,389 TITANS  #1,#2
3 LB Dante Fowler Florida 6-3 261 4.51 32.5 4.32 112 19    2,367 JAGS        #1,#3
4 WR Amari Cooper Alabama 6-1 211 4.26 33 3.93 120      2,467 RAIDERS #1,#4
5 OG Brandon Scherff Iowa 6-5 319 4.95 32.5 4.57 107 23 2,243 REDSKINS #1,#5
6 DE Leonard Williams USC 6-5 304 4.86 29.5 4.53 106     2,394 JETS         #1,#6
7 WR Kevin White WV            6-3 215 4.22 36.5 4.14 123        2,385 BEARS     #1,#7
8 LB Vic Beasley Clemson 6-3 246 4.45 41 4.15 130 35         2,492 FALCONS #1,#8
9 OT Ereck Flowers Miami 6-6 329 5.26 27 – – 37                  2,228 GIANTS   #1,#9
10 RB Todd Gurley Georgia 6-1 222 4.42 38 4.06 126 17      2,274 RAMS         #1,#10
11 CB Trae Waynes Mich St 6-0 186 4.35 38 4.18 122 19       2,272 VIKINGS  #1,#11
12 NG Danny Shelton Wash 6-2 350 5.49 30.5 4.65 95 34    2,295 BROWNS #1,#12
13 WR Kenny Bell Nebraska         6-1 197 4.32 41.5 4.15 129 2,359 BUCS       #5,#162
13 DT Andrus Peat Stanford 6-7 313 5.13 31 4.62 105          2,256 SAINTS     #1,#13
14 WR DeVante Parker Lous 6-3 209 4.35 36.5 4.1 125 17 2,323 DOLPHINS #1,#14
15 RB Melvin Gordon Wis 6-1 215 4.38 35 4.07 126 19       2,340 CHARGERS #1,#15
16 CB Kevin Johnson Wake 6-0 188 4.38 4.15 3.89 130 –   2,306 TEXANS      #1,#16
17 DT Erik Armstead Ore 6-7 292 5.01 34 4.52 117 24         2,311 CHIEFS        #1,#17
18 CB Marcus Peters Wash 6-0 197 4.42 37.5 4.08 121 17    2,259 CHIEFS      #1,#18
19 OC Cameron Erving FSU 6-5 313 5.04 30.5 4.63 112 30   2,286 BROWNS #1,#19
20 WR Nelson Agholor USC 6-0 198 4.32 36.5 4.24 125 12   2,281 EAGLES    #1,#20
21 OG Cedric Ogbuehi A&M 6-5 306 4.93 –        –       –    –   2,250 BENGALS #1,#21
22 DE Bud Dupree Kentucky 6-4 269 4.51 42 4.48 138 –    2,358 STEELERS #1,#22
23 DE Shane Ray Missouri 6-3 245 4.63 33 4.48 120 21       2,135 BRONCOS #1,#23
24 OT D.J. Humphries FLA 6-5 307 5.01 31 4.64 104 28     2,174 CARDS       #1,#24
25 SS Shaq Thompson Wash 6-0 228 4.52 33.5 4.08 117   2,211 PANTHERS #1,#25
26 WR Breshad Perriman UCF 6-2 212 4.21 36.5 4.1 127 18  2,359 RAVENS   #1,#26
27 CB Byron Jones U-Conn 6-1 199 4.38, 44.5 3.94 147 18   2,578 COWBOYS #1,#27
28 OG Laken Tomlinson Duke 6-3.5 338 5.1 31.5 4.71 103 2,231 LIONS          #1,#28
29 WR Phillip Dorsett Miami 5-10 185 4.23 38 4.03 129     2,325 COLTS         #1,#29
30 FS Damarious Randall ASU 5-11 196 4.35 38 4.07 120 2,222 PACKERS    #1,#30
31 ILB Stephone Anthony Clem 6-3 243 4.48 37 4.03 122 23 2,276 SAINTS   #1,#31
32 DT Malcolm Brown Texas 6-2.5 319 5.0 29.5 4.57 98 26 2,153 PATS           #1,#32

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Still Another NFL Super Combine Freak Was Outside Linebacker Davis Tull of Tennessee Chattanooga! In the Photo, Tull Records An Incredible 42.5 Vertical Jump to Add To An Also Equally Incredible 4.32 Pro Shuttle and 132-Inch Standing Broad Jump. Tull, Drafted by The New Orleans Saints, Recorded An Unbelievable 2,452 MEARS RATING. Tull Recently Signed a $2.5M Contract With the Saints, Adding more Credence for Accurate And Outstanding Measurables.

2015 NFL DRAFT
SUPER GOLD-CHIP PLAYER RATINGS

In the 2015 NFL Draft, there were Twenty-Four Players that reached The 2,300 MEARS RATING Plateau and Fifty-Four Players that reached the 2,200 MEARS RATING Plateau. Below are the Twenty-Five Players with all of their Measurables, and with Their MEARS RATINGS, and Other Draft Info.

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Byron Jones is the Guy that you want on your Team!

# POS PLAYER         COL HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ REP MEARS TEAM #OVERALL
1 CB Byron Jones U-Conn 6-1 199 4.38, 44.5 3.94 147 18    2,578 COWBOYS #1,#27
2 LB Vic Beasley Clemson 6-3 246 4.45 41 4.15 130 35         2,492 FALCONS #1,#8
3 WR Amari Cooper Alabama 6-1 211 4.26 33 3.93 120       2,467 RAIDERS #1,#4
4 DE Davis Tull Chattanooga 6-2 246 4.52 42.5 4.32 132 26 2,452 SAINTS #5,#148
5 DE Leonard Williams USC 6-5 304 4.86 29.5 4.53 106   2,394 JETS            #1,#6
6 QB Marcus Mariota Oregon 6-4 222 4.33 36 4.11 121      2,389 TITANS     #1,#2
7 WR Sammie Coats Auburn 6-1 212 4.32 41 4.06 131 23  2,389 Steelers    #3,#87
8 WR Kevin White WV            6-3 215 4.22 36.5 4.14 123      2,385 BEARS      #1,#7
9 CB Eric Rowe Utah                6-1 205 4.32 39 3.97 125 19   2,385 EAGLES   #2,#47
10 CB Ronald Darby FSU          5-11 193 4.32 41.5 4.14 129   2,381 BILLS       #2,#50
11 RB Ameer Abdullah Neb   5-9 205 4.45 42.5 3.95 130 24  2,370 LIONS   #2,#54
12 QB Jameis Winston FSU     6-4 231 4.81 28.5 4.36 103   2,367 BUCS          #1,#1
13 WR Breshad Perriman UCF 6-2 212 4.21 36.5 4.1 127 18 2,359 RAVENS  #1,#26
14 DE Bud Dupree Kentucky 6-4 269 4.51 42 4.48 138 –     2,359 Steelers   #1,#22
15 WR Kenny Bell Nebraska 6-1 197 4.32 41.5 41.5 129 7     2,359 BUCS       #5,#162
16 DT Mario Edwards FSU     6-3 279 4.71 32.5 4.55 120 32 2,358 RAIDERS #2,#35
17 RB Melvin Gordon Wis 6-1 215 4.38 35 4.07 126 19      2,340 CHARGERS #1,#15
18 OT Jake Fisher Oregon 6-6 306 4.92 32.5 4.33 112 25    2,340 BENGALS  #2,#53
19 DT Frank Clark Michigan 6-3 271 4.61 38.5 4.05 118 19 2,330 Seahawks #2,#63
20 WR Phillip Dorsett Miami 5-10 185 4.23 38 4.03 129     2,325 COLTS       #1,#29
21 WR DeVante Parker Lous 6-3 209 4.35 36.5 4.1 125 17 2,323 DOLPHINS #1,#14
22 OC Mitch Morse Missouri    6-5 305 5.09 31 4.5 112 36  2,320 CHIEFS      #2,#49
23 DE Danielle Hunter LSU 6-5 252 4.51 36.5 4.35 130 25 2,314 VIKINGS    #3,#88
24 DT Erik Armstead Ore 6-7 292 5.01 34 4.52 117 24          2,311 CHIEFS      #1,#17
25 CB Kevin Johnson Wake 6-0 188 4.38 4.15 3.89 130 –   2,306 TEXANS   #1,#16

2015 NFL DRAFT
GOLD-CHIP PLAYER RATINGS

Below are the other Fifty-Four Players that Reached the 2,200 MEARS RATINGS with their Measurables.

# POS PLAYER         COL HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ REP MEARS TEAM #OVERALL
1 NG Danny Shelton Wash 6-2 350 5.49 30.5 4.65 95 34  2,295 BROWNS #1,#12
2 OC Cameron Erving FSU 6-5 313 5.04 30.5 4.63 112 30 2,286 BROWNS #1,#19
3 QB Brett Hundley UCLA        6-3 226 4.55 36 3.98 120 2,282 PACKERS #5,#147
4 WR Nelson Agholor USC 6-0 198 4.32 36.5 4.24 125 12 2,281 EAGLES    #1,#20
5 RB David Johnson N Iowa    6-1 224 4.35 41.5 4.27 127 25 2,278 CARDS #3,#86
6 WR Ty Montgomery Stanford 6-0 221 4.45 40.5 4.2 121 2,277 PACKERS #3,#94
7 ILB Stephone Anthony Clem 6-3 243 4.48 37 4.03 122 23 2,276 SAINTS #1,#31
8 RB Todd Gurley Georgia 6-1 222 4.42 38 4.06 126 17    2,274 RAMS         #1,#10
9 OC Ali Marpet Hobart      6-4 307 4.91 30.5 447 108 30 2,274 BUCS          #2,#61
10 CB Trae Waynes Mich St 6-0 186 4.35 38 4.18 122 19    2,272 VIKINGS  #1,#11
11 FS Damarious Randall ASU 5-11 196 4.35 38 4.07 120 2,272 PACKERS #1,#30
12 SS Adrian Amos PSU       6-0 218 4.34 35.5 4.03 122 21 2,266 BEARS     #5,#142
13 WR Dorial G-Beckham Mo 6-5 237 4.38 33.5 4.36 120 2,264 TITANS    #2,#40
14 LB Dante Fowler Florida 6-3 261 4.51 32.5 4.32 112 19  2,262 JAGS        #1,#3
15 QB Garrett Grayson Col St   6-2 213 4.55 34 4.35  121   2,261 SAINTS    #3,#75
16 DT Andrus Peat Stanford 6-7 313 5.13 31 4.62 105       2,260 SAINTS    #1,#13
17 OC Mitch Morse Missouri   6-5 305 5.09 31 4.5 112 36 2,260 CHIEFS   #2,#49
18 DE Randy Gregory Neb 6-5 235 4.56 36.5 4.23 125 24  2,255 COWBOYS #2,#60
19 QB Bryce Petty Baylor            6-3 230 4.76 34 4.13 121  2,255 JETS         #4,#103
20 OLB Kwon Alexander LSU 6-1 227 4.49 36 4.2 121 24  2,254 BUCS        #4,#124
21 TE Will Tye AA Stony Brook 6-2 257 4.47 31.5 4.33 112 2,254 GIANTS  FA
22 CB D’Joun Smith FAU      5-10 187 4.32 36 4.16 124 18  2,254 COLTS     #3,#65
23 DT Henry Anderson Stanford 6-6 294 4.9 30 4.19 111 2,253 COLTS     #3,#93
24 OT Jake Fisher Oregon       6-6 306 4.92 33.5 4.33 112 2,252 BENGALS #2,#53
25 OG Cedric Ogbuehi A&M 6-5 306 4.93 –        –       –    – 2,250 BENGALS #1,#21
26 KR Tyler Lockett KSU             5-10 182 4.26 36 4.07 121 2,249 Seahawks #3,#70
27 RB T.J. Yeldon Alabama 6-1 226 4.47 36 4.22 117 22     2,247 RAIDERS #2,#36
28 NT Tyeler Davidson Fresno 6-2 316 5.04 33 4.46105 32 2,247 SAINTS  #5,154
29 LB Benard McKinney Miss ST 6-4 246 4.57 40.5 4.27 121 2,247 Texans #2,#43
30 SS Landon Collins Alabama 6-0 228 4.38 35 4.33 120  2,246 GIANTS   #2,#23
31 WR Dorial Green-Beckham OU 6-5 237 4.49 33 4.36 120 2,244 TITANS #2,#40
32 OT T.J. Clemmings Pitt 6-5 309 5.07 32.5 4.54 111 22  2,243 VIKINGS  #4,#110
33 OG Brandon Scherff Iowa 6-5 319 4.95 32.5 4.57 107 23 2,243 REDSKINS #1,#5
34 CB Senquez Golson MISS 5-9 176 4.38 33.5 4.2 120 16 2,242 STEELERS #2,#56
35 TE Mycole Pruitt S Illinois 6-2 251 4.47 38 4.37 118 17 2,242 VIKINGS #5,#143
36 OLB Eli Harold Virginia     6-3 247 4.53 35 4.16 123 24 2,239 49ERS        #3,#79
37 TE Maxx Williams Minn        6-4 249 4.78 34.5 4.37 117 2,238 RAVENS #2,#55
38 WR Devin Funchess Mich 6-4 232 4.45 38.5 4.28 122  2,234 PANTHERS #2,#41
39 ATH Blake Bell Oklahoma 6-6 252 4.72 33 4.32 116 18  2,234 49ERS       #4,#117
40 RB Duke Johnson Miami  5-9 207 4.42 35 4.16121 18     2,229 BROWNS  #3,#77
41 CB Marcus Peters Wash 6-0 197 4.42 37.5 4.08 121 17    2,229 CHIEFS    #1,#18
42 OT Ereck Flowers Miami 6-6 329 5.26 27 – – 37              2,228 GIANTS   #1,#9
43 DE Shaquille Riddick VVA      6-6 244 4.6 36 4.34 124    2,228 CARDS     #5,#158
44 WR Jaxon Shipley TEX         6-0 192 4.42 36 4.37 128 10 2,223 CARDS     FA
45 QB Sean Mannion ORE ST    6-6 229 4.96 31 4.39 105   2,222 RAMS        #3,#89
46 NG Eddie Goldman FSU        6-4 336 5.2 24.5 4.82 106 2,222 BEARS       #2,#39
47 LB Eric Kendricks UCLA 6-0 232 4.54 38 4.14 124 22    2,215 VIKINGS  #2,#45
48 DE Nate Orchard Utah     6-3 250 4.75 31.5 4.43 115 23 2,215 BROWNS  #2,#51
49 ILB Bryce Hager Baylor      6-1 235 4.51 35 4.36 117 26  2,215 RAMS       #7,#224
50 OC Hroniss Grasu V-Tech     6-3 297 4.98 30 4.74 108  2,214 BEARS       #3,#71
51 SS Shaq Thompson Wash 6-0 228 4.52 33.5 4.08 117   2,211 PANTHERS 1,#25
52 OG La’el Collins LSU          6-4 305 5.05 28 4.63 108 21 2,210 COWBOYS   FA
53 SS Jaquiski Tartt Samford        6-1 2214.38 33 4.3 124 2,202 49ERS        #2,#46
54 ILB Jake Ryan Michigan 6-2 240 4.6 34.5 4.2 120 20   2,200 PACKERS #4,#129

I took a Special Interest in Two Undrafted Free Agent Players. Super Tight End Will Tye, who Played in Our 2015 All-American Bowl Game Classic and Super Wide Receiver Jaxon Shipley, who was From my Hometown, Brownwood, Texas.

One of The Super-Stars from The 2010 All-American Bowl Game was Tight End Will Tye (6-2, 257, 4.47, 31.5, 4.32, 112) From Salisbury Xavier, Connecticut. Tye was So Impressive at our First All-American Bowl Game Practice, Our East Head Coach, Coach Mike Bennett, Called Florida State, on The Practice Field and The Seminoles Offered. Tye (#44) was an MVP Tight End on The East Team and he Signed with Florida State, but After Two Years, he Transferred To Stony Brook University where he was Outstanding in Making All-American.  At Stony BrookIn His Two seasons as a Seawolf, Tye Recorded 79 Catches for 1,015-Yards and Nine Touchdowns.  Tye Also Recorded Some Incredible Measurables and He Signed With The NFL New York Giants as an Undrafted Free Agent.

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Super Texas Longhorn Wide Receiver Jaxon Shipley (#8) Started 35 Games For The Longhorns in his Four Year Career and he Finished near the top of a Multiple of Longhorn Career Receiving Records. His 218 Career Receptions Rank Third in The Longhorns Career Record Book and he was  also Ranked Sixth on The Longhorns All-Time Career List with 2,510-Yards Receiving. Another Incredible Stat by Shipley was that He Caught a Pass in an Incredible and Amazing 47 of 48 Career Longhorn GamesAfter being an Undrafted Free Agent in The 2015 NFL Draft, Shipley Signed With The NFL Arizona Cardinals as an Undrafted Free Agent.

MAX EMFINGER’S ALL-AMERICAN BOWL GAME CLASSIC TOP 20
NFL DRAFT CHOICES

In the first previous Eleven Games, The All-American Bowl Game Classic Has Helped Over 1,800, Under The College Coaches Recruiting Radar, To-Get a Scholarship. The All-American Bowl Game Classic also has had some Very Distinguished Alumnus, including Two #1 Draft Choices; Two #2 Draft Choices; and Five #3 Draft Choices. Kareem Jackson, Alfred Morris, Lawrence Wilson, and Vick Ballard did not have a Single Scholarship Offer When they Reported for Their First All-American Bowl Game Football Practice. Andy Dalton and Joe Looney had only One Scholarship Offer. Damontre Moore and Lee Smith had Only Two Scholarship Offers.

1. OT Trent Williams, Oklahoma – Washington Redskins 2010 #1 – #4 Overall
2. CB Kareem Jackson, Alabama – Houston Texans 2010 #1 – #20 Overall
3. QB Andy Dalton, TCU – Cincinnati Bengals 2011 #2 – #35 Overall
4. DT Lamarr Houston, Texas – Oakland Raiders 2010 #2 – #44 Overall
5. WR Damian Williams, USC – Tennessee Titans 2010 #3 – #53 Overall
6. DT Terrell McClain, S Florida – Carolina Panthers 2011 #3 – #65 Overall
7. DE Damontre Moore, Texas A&M – New York Giants 2013 #3 – #81 Overall
8. NG Drake Nevis, LSU – Indianapolis Colts 2011 #3 – #87 Overall
9. OG Joe Looney, Wake Forest – Cincy Bengals 2012 #4 – #117 Overall
10. DT Jay Howard, Florida – Seattle Seahawks 2012 #4 – #170 Overall
11. TE Lee Smith, Marshall – New England Patriots 2011 #5 – #159 Overall
12. CB Lorenzo Doss, Tulane – Denver Broncos 2015 #5 – #164 Overall
13. RB Vick Ballard, Miss State – Indianapolis Colts 2012 #5 – #170 Overall
14. LB Lawrence Wilson, U-Conn – Carolina Panthers 2011 #6 – #166 Overall
15. RB Alfred Morris, FAU – Washington Redskins 2012 #6 – 173 Overall
16. FS Charles Mitchell, Miss State – Atlanta Falcons 2012 #6 – 192 Overall
17. RB Charles Scott, LSU – Philadelphia Eagles 2010 #6 – 200 Overall
18. NG Everett Dawkins, FSU – Minnesota Vikings 2013 #7 – #229 Overall
19. OT Marcel Jones, Nebraska – New Orleans Saints 2012 #7 – #234 Overall
20. OT Lee Ziemba, Auburn – Carolina Panthers 2011 #7 – #244 Overall

MAX EMFINGER’S SUPER ELITE

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One of Our 2010 SUPER ELITE TOP GUN CAMP Players, Odell Beckham was a #1 Draft Choice in 2014 and Another SUPER ELITE TOP GUN CAMP Player, Ameer Abdullah was a #2 Draft Choice in 2015. Neither Beckham or Abdullah had a Single Scholarship Offer at THE 2010 SUPER ELITE TOP GUN CAMP in Florida. Jeremy Hill, Jarvis Landry, and Anthony Chickillo had Several Offers and Hill was Committed to LSU when he came to our First Practice. Landry also Played on My 2010 National 7on7 Team.

Beckham (#43) Started as a True Freshman in 2011 for The LSU Tigers and he was a Freshman All-American. Beckham was also Selected as an NFL First Round Draft Choice by The New York Giants in The 2014 NFL Draft and it Came after a Very Impressive All-American Career with The LSU Tigers and then A Very Impressive 2014 NFL Scouting Combine.

Image result for Ameer abdullah PhotosOne Day, Mrs. Abdullah Called me and Asked me if I would Pick-Up Her Son on my way To Florida if she would Drive him to Mobile from Homewood, Alabama and Of Course, I Told her that I would, because I knew that Her Son, Ameer,  was a Super-Freak.

Ameer Abdullah (#8) did not have a Single Scholarship Offer when I Picked-Him-Up in Mobile, Alabama, on my way To Florida for The Super Elite Top Gun Camp, but he was So Sensational at Our Camp, he Received Several Scholarship Offers and he Signed with The Nebraska Cornhuskers. When he Left The Cornhuskers, he had Rushed for 4,588-Yards and Finished with The Second Most Rushing Yards in Nebraska Cornhusker History.

1. WR Odell Beckham, LSU – New York Giants 2014 #1, – #14 Overall
2. RB Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska – Detroit Lions 2015 #2, – #54 Overall
3. RB Jeremy Hill, LSU – Cincinnati Bengals 2014 #2, – #55 Overall
4. WR Jarvis Landry, LSU – Miami Dolphins 2014 #2, – #63 Overall
5. DE Anthony Chickillo, Miami – Pittsburgh Steelers 2015, – #6, #212 Overall

Dear Players and Coaches,

I still would like to host a few Super Elite Top Gun Combine Camps before The 12th Annual 2016 All-American Bowl Game on Saturday Jan 2, and hopefully, it will be convenient for most of my Great Coaches to be able to attend and help in conjunction with the Saturday (Dec 26), Monday, (Dec 28) and/or Tuesday (Dec 29) before we meet on Tuesday December (Dec 29). Only One Super Combine Stadium is Set and that will be set at Joe Yenni Football Stadium in Metairie, Louisiana on either Saturday Dec 26 or Monday Dec 28. Other Tentative Super Combine Locations could include Gulfport, MS; Hartford, CT; and Chicago, IL.

The Top Five MEARS RATINGS in Each Super Combine and other Super Combine Freaks Will Automatically Get Immediate Invitations to play in The 2016 All-American Bowl Game.

There is also a great chance that we will play on ESPN TV and I Will know something soon. I am going to talk to The ADIDAS Reps again next week when I feel a little better.

Our 2016 All-American Bowl Game Classic Might be The Greatest Ever.

Max Emfinger

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2018 College Football MVP’s Of Week #9! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

 

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2018 College Football MVP’s Of Week #9!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

All MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

OFFENSE

Super Passing Quarterbacks

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  1. Utah State Sophomore Quarterback Jordan Love (6-4, 225, 4.9, 31, 4.82) had a Sensational Game Against The New Mexico Lobos as he Completed 23 of 34 Passes for an Incredible Career-High 448-Yards and 4 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for another 15-Yards and another Touchdown, All in the First Half, giving him 463-Yards and 5 Touchdowns and an Incredible 217.1 Quarterback Rating. The Utah State Aggies Dominated The New Mexico Lobos in a 61-19 Victory on Saturday for The Aggies Seventh Straight Victory. The Aggies (7-1, 4-0 Mountain West Conference) Recorded 557-Yards and took a Quick 52-5 Lead. Love Threw Two Incomplete passes early in The Second Half before Hendry Colombi (6-2, 205, 4.66, 34, 4.23) Took-Over and Completed 7 of 8 Passes for 68-YardsBehind The Impressive Direction of Love (#10), The Aggie Offense Recorded a Game-Saving Video with Incredible Figures in Their Victory over The Lobos. The Aggies Offense Also Set an All-Time School Record for Most Yards in a Single Game with 704-Yards of Total OffenseThat was a fun win,” Utah State Head Coach Matt Wells said. “Moving to 5-0 at Maverik Stadium was extremely important to these guys, and that was a huge step for us.”

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  1. Washington State Senior Transfer Quarterback Gardner Minshew (6-2, 220, 4.92) had another Incredible Game Against The Stanford Cardinal as he Completed 40 of 50 Passes for 438-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for another 4-Yards, giving him 442-Yards of Total Offense, 3 Touchdowns, and a Great 173.4 Quarterback Rating in The Cougars 41-38 Victory over The Stanford Cardinal. Minshew (#16 With My Good Friend and Head Coach Mike Leach) Completed his First 19 passes in the Second Half and then he Engineered The #14 Washington State Cougars on Their Winning Drive in the Final 1:25 Left in The Game, with “The Big Play” coming on a 35-Yard Pass to Jamire Calvin on a Third-and-2-Yards from the 33 to a 42-Yard Field Goal by Blake Mazza with 19 Seconds remaining To-Give The Cougars (7-1, 4-1 PAC-10) The 41-38 Cougars Victory over The #24 Stanford Cardinal and it was Their Third Straight Victory over The CardinalIt also Gave The Cougars Back-to-Back Victories Over Ranked Opponents for The First Time Since 2002.
  2. Boise State Senior Quarterback Brett Rypien (6-2, 202, 4.76) had Another Incredible Game Against The Air Force Falcons as he Completed 20 of 34 Passes for 399-Yards and an Incredible 5 Touchdowns and with an Incredible 205.9 Quarterback Rating in The Boise State Broncos 48-38 Victory over The Air Force Falcons. The Victory was Already Sewed-Up at Halftime, as Rypien Never Skipped a Beat as he Finished with Five Touchdown Passes, including Three Touchdown Catches by An Incredible John Hightower. Just as Rypien Threw his Fourth Touchdown Pass, late in The Second Quarter, he took a Really Hard-Shot to his Chin from a defender and it required stitches To-Close The Cut. “I did not like the getting hit part, but I think that it comes a little bit with the situation,” said Boise State Head Coach Bryan Harsin. “He got his Chin taken care of. That’s not what you want from your Quarterback, but at the same time he is Still Standing there in the Pocket and Still Delivering the Football. The number one requirement for a Quarterback is toughness, and he’s been displaying it all year long.
  3. Notre Dame Junior Quarterback Ian Book (6-0, 203, 4.8) had an Incredible Game Against The Navy Midshipmen as he Completed 27 of 33 Passes for 330-Yards and 2 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for another 50-Yards, giving him 380-Yards of Total Offense and he was Unbelievably Efficient in Leading The Fighting Irish to a 44-22 Victory that kept The Fighting Irish Undefeated with an 8-0 Record and in The Playoff Picture. The Irish are 8-0 for The First Time since 2012, when it was Undefeated until being Beaten by Alabama in the BCS National Championship Game. In this Game, Notre Dame had 584-Yards of Total Offense as it Continued their Dominance over The Midshipmen with a Current Record of 78-13-1. Book kept The Midshipmen Off-Balance with a Lot of Play-action Plays and with Sharp, Accurate Passes and a Great 179.8 Quarterback Rating.
  4. Buffalo Junior Quarterback Tyree Jackson (6-7, 245, 4.77, 32, 4.3) had an Incredible  Game Against Miami (Oh) as he Completed 20 of 34 Passes for 358-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for Another 22-Yards and 3 More Touchdowns, giving him 380-Yards of Total Offense and 6 Touchdowns and an Outstanding 176.4 Quarterback Rating in The Buffalo Bulls 51-42 Victory over The Miami Redhawks.
  5. Oklahoma State Senior Quarterback Taylor Cornelius (6-5, 232, 4.81, 32, 4.61) From Bushland, Texas, had an Outstanding Game Against The Texas Longhorns as he Completed 23 of 34 Passes for 321-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and he Rushed for another 23-Yards and 2 more Touchdowns, giving him 344-Yards and 5 Touchdowns in The Cowboys 38-31 Big-12 Victory over The Longhorns. Cornelius was Rebounding from Two Poor Performances and he Rebounded in a big way Against The Longhorns Saturday night, with a 10-Yard Touchdown Run with 5:44 Left in The Game, that Helped The Cowboys in This Huge Victory. Cornelius gave The Cowboys (5-3, 2/3 Big 12) a 38-28 lead after Their 31-14 Halftime Lead had been Cut-Down to just Three Points.

Super Athletic Quarterback

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  1. Houston Junior Athletic Quarterback D’Eriq King (5-11, 195, 4.35) had Another Incredible Game Against The South Florida Bulls in a Houston Cougars 57-36 Victory. In this Game, King (#4) Completed 28 of 40 Passes for 419-Yards and 5 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for Another 132-Yards and Another 2 Touchdowns, giving him a Mind-Boggling 551-Yards of Total Offense and 7 Touchdowns, and with a 189.2 Quarterback Rating. King threw Touchdown Passes of 15, 38, 30, 52 and 27-Yards and had Unbelievable Touchdown Runs of 47-Yards and 36-Yards. After a Safety on King  for Intentional Grounding in The End-Zone, The Bulls Cut the Lead to 28-26 Remaining in The Third Quarter, but the Bulls would not Get any Closer. King then Responded, on a Fourth Down and 7, by Breaking Four or Five Tackles Up The Middle, and Spinning-Out of another Final Tackle, on a 36-Yard Touchdown Run to give The Houston Cougars a 35-26 Lead with 8:25 remaining in The Third Quarter, on Their way to Their 57-36 VictoryThe Seven Total Touchdowns by King was a Career-High.
  2. Oklahoma Junior Athletic Quarterback Kyler Murray (5-9, 195, 4.38) From Allen, Texas had another Incredible Game as he Completed 19 of 24 Passes for 352-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and he also Rushed for another 46-Yards and another Touchdown, giving him 398-Yards of Total Offense, 4 Touchdowns, and an Incredible 243.6 Quarterback Rating in The Oklahoma Sooners 51-14 Victory over The Kansas State Wildcats in a Key Big-12 Game.
  3. Mississippi State Senior Athletic Quarterback Nick Fitzgerald (6-5, 230, 4.5, 36, 4.26) had an Outstanding Athletic Quarterback Game in Leading The Mississippi State Bulldogs to The 28-13 Victory over The Texas A&M Aggies in a Key SEC Conference Game. One week after probably his Worst Performance of his College Career, Fitzgerald (#7) made Outstanding Passes that had a Lot of Extra Zip on them and In short, Fitzgerald was Exceptional as he got his Mojo Back in Leading The Bulldogs to a Very Impressive UPSET Victory over The #16 Texas Aggies. In The Opening Drive, Fitzgerald Completed 6 of 7 Passes for 59-Yards, including a 25-Yard Touchdown Pass to Stephen Guidry, who Caught 3 Passes for an Incredible 130-Yards. This was The First Time that Fitzgerald had thrown a Touchdown Pass in 4 SEC Games, but in this Great Performance, he Completed 14 of 22 Passes for 241-Yards and 2 Touchdowns and he Rushed for Another 88-Yards, 2 More Touchdowns, including an Incredible 76-Yard Touchdown Run, giving him 329-Yards of Total Offense, An Outstanding 185.7 Quarterback Rating, and all 4 Bulldog Touchdowns in The Victory.

Super Running Quarterback

  1. Georgia Tech Red-Shirt Freshman Running Quarterback Tobias Oliver (6-2, 182, 4.44) made his First Career Start and he was Incredible as he Rushed 40 Times for 215-Yards and 3 Touchdowns as he Led The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets to an Incredible 49-28 Victory over The Virginia Tech Hokies in a Key ACC Conference Game. In Six Previous Games, this SeasonOliver has been Very Productive when he has been given some Playing-Time. In The 17 Previous Possessions on The Field, Oliver has run 64 Times for an Incredible 445-Yards and 7 Touchdowns and he has Completed 4 of 9 Passes for 62-Yards and another Touchdown. His 6.95-Yards-Per-Carry Average Ranks Second among all Quarterbacks in The Country, and it Includes Runs of 39, 34, 62, and 65-Yards. The Yellow Jackets (4-4, 2/3 ACC), are playing without their Starting Quarterback, TaQuon Marshall, who Finished with 465-Yards Rushing. Jordan Mason also scored three times as Georgia Tech won its Third Straight against The Virginia Tech Hokies and Their Third Straight in Lane Stadium and all of These Victories are Without a Single Pass Completion, but there was no need to throw.

Super Running Back

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  1. Utah Junior Running Back Zack Moss (5-10, 215, 4.42, 36, 4.22) had an Incredible Game Against The UCLA Bruins as he Rushed for 211-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and he Caught 2 Passes for Another 14-Yards, giving him 225-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The #23 Ranked Utah Utes Fabulous 41-10 PAC-10 Victory over The UCLA Bruins. The Utes Scored 28 Straight Points after falling behind 7-3 in The First Quarter. “Some of those runs that Zack Moss (#1) made were Sheer Toughness and Willpower,”Utah Head Coach Kyle Whittingham said. “He’s like a Sledgehammer in Between the Tackles.”Utah leads The PAC-12 South Division by One Game over The Southern California Trojans and holds the Head-to-Head Tiebreaker over The Trojans with three PAC-10 Conference Games Remaining. The Utes are the only team from the South Division that has not played in The PAC-10 Conference Championship Title Game.

Running Back

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  1. Vanderbilt Junior Running Back Ke’Shawn Vaughn (5-10, 222, 4.44) had an Outstanding Game Against The Arkansas Razorbacks as he Rushed for 172-Yards and Scored 3 Touchdowns in The 45-31 Vanderbilt UPSET Victory over The Arkansas Razorbacks. The Great Game of Vaughn came a week after he missed The Commodores Loss to The Kentucky Wildcats, and it was just in time for his Team To-Break their Third Loss in a Row and Five of its last Six. After Vaughn (#5) had Missed About 10-Days of Practice, Vanderbilt Head Coach Derek Mason jokingly calling his Junior Super-Star being a “Fat Man” as he returned to practice after his Injury. Led by a Refreshed Vaughn, The Commodores Won Their First Southeastern Conference Victory of the Season and its First SEC Victory since their Victory over Tennessee to end The 2017 Season. Last week, in The 45-31 Vanderbilt Victory Over The Arkansas Razorbacks, Vaughn had The Huge Performance With 172-Yards Rushing and Three Touchdowns. This week, Vanderbilt Head Coach Derek Mason sat down with Matt Stinchcomb of The SEC Network and Broke-Down The Arkansas Game Film and Coach Mason Compared Vaughn to The Dallas Cowboys Super-Star Running Back Ezekiel Elliott.

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  1. Boston College Sophomore Running Back A.J. Dillon (6-0, 245, 4.46, 38.5, 4.18) had an Incredible Game Against The Miami Hurricanes, after Missing Two Straight Games with an Ankle Injury, he Rushed for 149-Yards on 32 Carries and Caught 2 Passes for another 18-Yards, giving him 167-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The 27-14 Boston College Eagles Victory over The Miami Hurricanes. Dillon (#2) Needed Only One Play to let everyone know that he was back and on that First Play, The Atlantic Coast Conference Preseason Player of The Year broke Around Left End for 25-Yards and from that Point, Boston College Was on Their Way to an Emotional Victory in The Annual Red Bandana Game Against The Hurricanes. “It definitely was a Huge Confidence Booster,” Dillon said of his first carry. “I was thinking about the ankle on the first run, so it was definitely a great confidence booster. I was happy to be out there.”

Super All-Purpose Running Back

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  1. Arizona Sophomore All-Purpose Running Back J.J. Taylor (5-6, 184, 4,32, 36, 4.06) entered The Game with The #19 Ranked Oregon Ducks as One of Top All-Purpose Running Backs in The Country and in This Game, Taylor (#21) had an Incredible Game Against The Ducks as he carried The Ball 30 Times for 212-Yards and 2 Touchdowns, Caught 2 Passes for Another 16-Yards, and Returned 2 Kickoffs for Another 36-Yards, giving him 264-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The Arizona Wildcats 44-15 Victory over The Oregon Ducks. This Guy May not be The Biggest  Player on The Field, but he is an “Athletic Freak” as he Bursts Through Holes and Leaps over Defensive Backs. The Wildcats have been in a Rut and They Picked The Right Game for The Best Game of The Season in Their 44-15 UPSET Victory over The #19 Ranked Ducks. Considering The Competition, Against The Ducks, this was Arguably The Best Game of his Career, as Taylor put on a “Real All Purpose Clinic” in becoming The First Player to Rush for 200-Yards against The Ducks Since Ezekiel Elliott of The Ohio State Buckeyes had 246-Yards Rushing in The 2015 College Football Playoff National Championship.“We talked about playing Four Great Quarters,” Arizona Head Coach Kevin Sumlin said. “Not playing a perfect game, but playing Four Great Quarters and we did that.”
  2. Wyoming Senior All-Purpose Running Back Nico Evans (5-9, 211, 4.52, 36, 4.32) had a Great Game Against The Colorado State Rams as he Rushed for 176-Yards and a Touchdown and Caught 1 Pass for Another 14-Yards and Another Touchdown, giving him 190-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The Wyoming Cowboys 34-21 Victory over The Colorado State Rams in The Key Mountain West Conference GameEvans has Continued to Impressive and he is The Main Reason that The Cowboys were able to pick up their first Mountain West Conference Victory in 2018. The Red-Shirt Senior Tailback has Run-Over and Around Defenders in Four of his last Five Games, and he has Scored in Three Straight Games for The Cowboys.
  3. ULL Junior All-Purpose Running Back Raymond Calais (5-9, 180,4.31, 38, 4.1, 10.5 100M, 47.8 400M) had a Great Game Against The Arkansas State Red Wolves as he Rushed for 121-Yards on only 7 Carries and a Touchdown and also Returned 4 Kickoffs for Another 64-Yards, giving him 185-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and a Touchdown in The Ragin’ Cajuns 47-43 Comeback Victory over The Arkansas State Red Wolves in a Key Sun Belt Conference Game. Remember in 2017, when Calais Returned Two Kickoffs for Touchdowns Against Southeastern in Their Sun Belt Game. In that Game, Kickoff Return Freak Calais Returned The Opening Kickoff for a 97-Yard Touchdown and then Later in The First Quarter, Calais Returned Another Kickoff for 100-Yards and another Touchdown.

Super Wide Receiver

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  1. Oklahoma State Sophomore Wide Receiver Tylan Wallace (6-0, 185, 4.46, 36, 4.2) From Fort Worth, South Hills HS, Texas had an Unbelievably Incredible Game Against The Texas Longhorns as he Caught an Amazing 19 Passes for 222-Yards and 2 Touchdowns in a Huge Oklahoma State Cowboys Victory over The Texas Longhorns“He is a special player,” Oklahoma State Offensive Coordinator Mike Yurcich said of Wallace. “He’s got a knack for timing his jump up so he plays a lot taller than what he is, especially on vertical throws. The bigger the game, it seems the bigger he is going to play. He is just the guy that is very dependable.”
  2. Cincinnati Senior Wide Receiver Kahlil Lewis (6-0, 195, 4.37) had an Outstanding Game Against The SMU Mustangs as he Caught 12 Passes for 174-Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The Cincy Bearcats 26-20 OVERTIME Victory over The SMU Mustangs.
  3. Iowa State Junior Wide Receiver Hakeem Butler (6-6, 225, 4.5) had an Outstanding Game Against The Texas Tech Red Raiders as he Caught 4 Passes for 148-Yards, including a Beautiful “Over-The-Shoulder” Game-Winning 48-Yard Touchdown Catch with only 2:14 Minutes Left in The Game To-Give The Iowa State Cyclones a Huge 40-31 Victory over The Red Raiders in a Key Big-12 GameTexas Tech Freshman Super-Star Quarterback Alex Bowman was forced into a Safety with 4:39 left, but about Two Minutes Later The Huge and Athletic Butler Caught a 48-Yard Touchdown Catch from Super-Star Freshman Quarterback Brock Purdy as The Iowa State Cyclones Rallied and Beat The Red Raiders 40-31.

Super All-Purpose Wide Receiver

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  1. Kentucky Sophomore All-Purpose Receiver Lynn Bowden Jr (6-1, 195, 4.4, 36, 4.14) had an Incredible Game in The Kentucky Wildcats 15-14 Victory over The Missouri Tigers in a Huge SEC Game for The Wildcats. In this Game, Bowden (#1) Caught 13 Passes for 166-Yards, including a Beautiful 45-Yard Touchdown. Bowden also Returned a Punt 67-Yards for another Touchdown with 5:18 Left in The Game to give The Wildcats The Victory. With his 166-Yards Receiving Yards and a 67-Yard Punt Return, Bowden Finished The Game with an Incredible 233-Yards of All-Purpose Yards. Bowden has also been Named to The Paul Hornung Award List as The Most Versatile Player in The Country.

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  1. Boise State Junior All-Purpose Receiver John Hightower (6-2, 183, 4.42) had another Fabulous Game Against The Air Force Falcons as he Caught 8 Passes for 182-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and Returned 2 Kickoffs for Another 41-Yards, giving him 223-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The Boise State Broncos 48-38 Victory over The Air Force Falcons in a Key Mountain West Conference Game. Hightower (#3) Caught a 44-Yard Touchdown in The Early-Going in The First Quarter To-Give The Broncos an Early 7-0 Lead and then another Touchdown on an 18-Yard Run To-Close The First Quarter with a 14-7 Lead. Then, Late in The Fourth Quarter, With a 41-38 Close Broncos Lead, Hightower Caught an Unbelievable Pass and Raced 61-Yards for a Touchdown To-Give The Broncos their 48-38 Victory.
  2. Clemson Sophomore All-Purpose Receiver Amari Rodgers (5-9, 210, 4.46, 36, 4.26) had a Sensational Game Against The Florida State Seminoles as he Caught 6 Passes for 156-Yards and 2 Touchdowns, including Touchdown Catches of 58 and 68-yards in The Third Quarter and Rodgers also Returned 3 Punts for another 62-Yards, giving him an Impressive 218-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The Clemson Tigers 59-10 Victory over The Seminoles.
  3. Syracuse Junior All-Purpose Receiver Sean Riley (5-8, 170, 4.42) had an Outstanding Game Against North Carolina State as he Caught 10 Passes for 164-Yards, Returned 2 Kickoffs for another 34-Yards, and Returned a Punt for Still Another 15-Yards, giving him an Incredible 213-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The Syracuse Orangemen 51-41 Victory over The NC State Wolfpack.
  4. Penn State Freshman All-Purpose Receiver K.J. Hamler (5-9, 173, 4.4) was Really Outstanding in The Nittany Lions 30-24 Victory over The Iowa Hawkeyes. In this Game, Hamler Caught 5 Passes for 96-Yards, Returned 2 Kickoffs for 82-Yards, and Returned 3 Punts for 10-Yards, giving him an Impressive 188-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The Victory.
  5. Oklahoma Sophomore All-Purpose Receiver Ceedee Lamb (6-2, 189, 4.35, 38, 4.12) Had an Outstanding Game Against The Kansas State Wildcats as he Caught 4 Passes for 160-Yards and 2 Touchdowns, including an Incredible 82-Yard Touchdown Catch and he also had 2 Punt Returns for 10-Yards, giving him an Impressive 170-Yards of All-Purpose Yards in The Oklahoma Sooners 51-14 Victory over The Kansas State Wildcats in a Key Big-12 Conference Game.

Super Tight End
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  1. Vanderbilt Red-Shirt Super Sophomore Tight End Jared Pinkney (6-4, 255, 4.64, 32) had an Incredible Game in The Commodores Unbelievable UPSET over The Arkansas Razorbacks as Super-Star Vanderbilt Quarterback Kyle Shurmur Hit Super Athletic Tight End Pickney (#80) with 5 Passes for 92-Yards and 2 Touchdown Passes. Pickney Caught his First Touchdown Pass on a 1-Yard Pass in The Second Quarter and Gave The Commodores an Early 14-7 Lead. Then, also late in The Second quarter, Pickney Caught another Pass and Raced 40-Yards for his Second Touchdown Pass and it gave The Commodores another 21-14 Lead. While Most of The Other Tight Ends in The SEC have lost favor with their SEC Passing Attacks, The Commodores have Emphasized The Tight End Position and Pinkney is in The Perfect Offense To-Take Full Advantage To Catch Passes and The Athletic Pickney has Taken Full Advantage and The NFL is Fully Aware of his Unique and Unbelievable Abilities.

DEFENSE

Defensive Linemen

  1. Penn State Sophomore Strongside Defensive End Yetur Gross-Matos (6-5, 265, 4.57, 32, 4.32) had Another Outstanding Game Against The Iowa Hawkeyes with his Second Straight 2 Quarterback Sack Game, as he Recorded 9 Tackles, including 7 Solo Tackles with his 2 Quarterback Sacks and 4 Tackles for a Loss, in The Nittany Lions 30-24 Victory over The Iowa Hawkeyes in a Key Big-10 Conference Game.
  2. Kentucky Senior Rush End Josh Allen (6-5, 260, 4,6) had another Incredible Game in a Key SEC Game Against The Missouri Tigers as he Recorded a Team-High 11 Tackles, including 9 Solo Tackles and 2 Quarterback Sacks in The Incredible Kentucky Wildcats 15-14 Victory over The Missouri Tigers in a Huge SEC Game for The Wildcats.

Super Linebacker

  1. Akron Junior Outside Linebacker John Lako (6-1, 230, 4.6, 33, 4.36) had an Incredible Game Against The Central Michigan Chippewas as he Recorded a Career-High 23 Tackles, including 9 Solo Tackles, 2 Tackles for a Loss, 1 Recovered Fumble, 2 Pass Breakups, and 2 Quarterback Hurries in The Akron Zips 17-10 Victory over The Central Michigan Chippewas. In this Huge Mid-American Conference Game, Lako was “All-Over-The-Field” as he Recorded the 23 Tackles. He Recovered his Fumble, Late in The First Quarter and The Zips Turned It Into a Field Goal, giving The Zips a 10-0 Lead. Lako also had One of his Tackles for a Loss in The Fourth QuarterThe Chippewas Reached The Zips 6-Yard Line after driving 72-Yards, but on a Fourth and One, Lako Saved The Game, as he Tackled Kumehnnu Gwillv (6-2, 246, 4.56, 36) with 3:27 left in The Game.

Linebackers

  1. Iowa State Junior Linebacker Marcel Spears Jr (6-1, 215, 4.53, 36, 4.17) had an Outstanding Game Against The Texas Tech Red Raiders as he Recorded 4 Tackles, including 1 Solo Tackle and 2 Interceptions, including a 41-Yard Interception Return for a Touchdown in The Third Quarter, giving The Cyclones a 24-17 Lead in The Iowa State Cyclones 40-31 UPSET Victory over The Red Raiders in The Key Big-12 Game.
  2. California Junior Inside Linebacker Evan Weaver (6-3, 235, 4.62, 33, 4.36) had an Exceptional Game Against The Washington Huskies as he Recorded a Team-High 11 Tackles, including 8 Solo Tackles, 1 Pass Breakup, 1 Quarterback Hurry, and at The End of The Third Quarter, he Returned an Interception 37-Yards for a Touchdown, giving The Golden Bears Their ONLY Touchdown in The Game, in The Golden Bears 12-10 Victory over The #12 Washington Huskies in a Key PAC-12 Conference Game. The Weaver Interception was The Biggest Highlight of The Afternoon and The California Defense came up Huge and it Offset a slow day from The Cal OffenseIn this Game, Weaver Extended his Arm With The Football into The End-Zone Pylon and did Something That The California Offense Could Not Do and What That The #15 Washington Huskies Could Only Do but Once; and that was To-Score a Touchdown in This Conference USA Game. “I just didn’t want to fall down,” Weaver said. “Maybe two or three more yards and I would have ran out of steam. They didn’t get me this time.”
  3. Charlotte Senior Outside Linebacker Juwan Foggie (6-1, 234, 4.62) had an Outstanding Game Against The Southern Miss Golden Eagles as he Recorded 6 Tackles, including 2 Solo Tackles, 1 Tackle for a Loss, 2 Interceptions for 88-Yards, including an Interception in The First Quarter that Foggie Returned 79-Yards for a Touchdown and giving The Charlotte 49ers a 14-0 LeadFoggie cut in front of Southern Miss Quarterback Jordan Mitchell on a Quick Slant Pass Route and then Raced, Untouched into the End Zone, for his Fifth Interception of the Season and Second “Pick-6” of The Season. Foggie later Recorded his Second Interception and now has a School-Record Six this season. The Charlotte 49ers built a 14-0 lead in The First Quarter as Kicker Jonathan Cruz kicked Two Field Goals of 40 and 39-Yards, the last with 4:19 Left to play that gave The 49ers a 20-10 lead and then the 20-17 Victory.

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  1. Middle Tennessee Sophomore Free Safety Reed Blankenship (6-2, 185, 4.42, 38, 3.92) had an Incredible Game Against The Western Kentucky as he Recorded an Unbelievable Game-High 17 Tackles, including 9 Solo Tackles, 1 Quarterback Sack, and then, at The End of The Third Quarter, he Intercepted a Pass in The End-Zone and Raced 100-Yards for a Touchdown, giving The Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders a 31-10 Lead.
  1. Utah State Sophomore Free Safety Shaquez Bond (5-10, 185) had an Incredible Game Against The New Mexico Lobos as he Recorded 3 Solo Tackles, 2 Pass Breakups, and he Returned a 100-Yard Interception for a Touchdown in The Aggies 61-19 Victory The Lobos. The Bond Interception was The Unbelievable Turning-Point in The Game for The Aggies. They were Holding-On to a 7-3 Lead with New Mexico Knocking On The Door. It was on Second Down at The Aggies Seven-Yard Line and Bond Jumped In-Front of a Lobo Pass, by Quarterback Sheriron Jones in The Flat on The Goal-Line. Bond then made Two Lobo Defenders Miss-Him at Midfield and Zigged and Zagged The Entire Field into The End-Zone.
  2. California Sophomore Cornerback Camryn Bynum (6-0, 180, 4.42, 40, 4.21) had an Outstanding game in The California Golden Bears 12-10 UPSET Victory over The #12 Ranked Washington Huskies as he Recorded 5 Tackles, including 3 Solo Tackles, 1/2 Quarterback Sack, 1 Interception, and 2 Pass Breakups. The Golden Bears (5-3, 2/3) had only 245-Yards of Offense and were Limited to Two Field Goals, but Defensive Super-Stars, Evan Weaver and Camryn Bynum, Bailed-Out The Cal Offense.
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