By Super Scout Max Emfinger

WEEKLY NOTES: To be Eligible for an MVP Berth, your Team has got to be on the Winning Team. When I decided to Choose College MVP’s of the Week, I decided To Select a Dozen MVP Players for each Week. In Week One, there were a lot of Defensive Players who had a Great Game, but there were not any of them that had a Phenomenal Game and The Breaking Of School Records and so I did not have any Defensive Players in Week One, but there were Numerous Quarterbacks with Phenomenal Games.

In Week Two, there were so many Phenomenal Performances, I had to Move the Team from 12 to 16 and again there were Numerous Quarterbacks with Mind-Boggling Games. Plus, there also was a 301 Pound Defensive Tackle who Scored Two Defensive Touchdowns, including a 90-Yard Return of a Fumble; a Defensive End who had 4 Quarterback Sacks; and a Free Safety who Scored Two Defensive Touchdowns.

Week Three: I really Enjoy Selecting the College MVP’s of the Week, but in Week Three, there were so many Incredible Performances, it has Taken Me All-Week to get all of them Covered. Also, in the First Three Weeks, I have Highlighted Most All of the Super-Stars for the Season and I Sincerely Hope that it has helped all of the “Close to 100” NFL Scouts for the NFL Draft. For Week Four, I have Set some New Guidelines for the MVP Players as Follows: Quarterbacks: 400-Yards of Offense – Skill Players: 200-Yards of Offense – Defensive Line: 2 Sacks and 1 TFL – Linebacker: 15 Tackles – Defensive Back: 2 Interceptions


Image result for Nic Shimonek PhotosQuarterback Nic Shimonek
(#16) Texas Tech

Texas Tech Quarterback Nic Shimonek was Phenomenal on Saturday as he Completed 37 of 50 Passes for 543-Yards and Six Touchdowns in the Red Raiders 52-45 Victory over Arizona State.

Shimonek (#16) is a Fifth-Year Senior Transfer from Iowa and is Trying to Make the Most of a Chance to Lead the Red Raiders for his One Last Year before going to the NFL. The Red Raiders also have an Unbelievable History in having a One-Year Phenom Starting Quarterback and having a Huge Year.

In the Past, Quarterback Sonny Cumbie, Quarterback Cody Hodges, and Quarterback B.J. Symonds have had Incredible Seasons in their only year as a Starting Quarterback and Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury is one of the Greatest Quarterbacks ever as his Quarterback Coach.

“Shimonek has improved every day,” Kingsbury said. “It’s something we talk about a lot. He works hard at it. The film study, the mechanics. He’s on track. He can get a lot better, but I like where he’s at. I like his mentality. He knows he has only one year, and he’s trying to take full advantage of it. It looks like we have got some pretty good quarterbacks in the Big 12,” Kingsbury further said. – 543-Yards Passing


Image result for Mason Rudolph PhotosQuarterback Mason Rudolph (#2) Oklahoma State

In Game Two, Super-Star Passing Quarterback Mason Rudolph became the Oklahoma State Cowboys Most Successful Passing Quarterback in Oklahoma State History as he Completed 25 of 38 Passes for 335-Yards and Three Touchdowns. He also Rushed for another 18-Yards, giving him 353-Yards in the Cowboys 44-7 Victory over South Alabama.

In that Game, Rudolph Completed his 25 of 38 Passes and broke the Brandon Weeden Passing Record of 9,260-Yards and finished with 9,352-Yards and the Cowboys Career Passing Record. In his First Two Games of the Year, Rudolph had Accounted for Eight Touchdowns in the Two Victories, so what in the World could Rudolph do to Improve these Awesome Stats?

But, he did! In Game Three, in their 59-21 Victory over Pittsburgh, Rudolph Completed 23 of 32 Passes for an Incredible 497-Yards and Five Touchdowns and with an Incredible 247.6 Quarterback Rating. In this Game, Rudolph Passed for 423-Yards and Five Touchdowns in the First Half and Now has 9,352-Yards in his Oklahoma State Career and gives The Heisman Trophy Voters some Mind-Boggling Things to Think About.

Rudolph also had some Incredible Pass Receivers as Four of them had at least 100-Yards in Receiving. Junior Wide Receiver Jalen McCleskey, (5-10, 170, 4.33) from Covington St Paul, Louisiana, Caught Seven Passes for 162-Yards and Three Touchdowns and Senior Wide Receiver James Washington (6-1, 210, 4.4) From Stamford, Texas, Caught Five Passes for for 124-Yards; while Wide Receiver Marcell Ateman (6-4, 220, 4.5) from Dallas, Texas, Caught Four Passes for 109-Yards, including a Beautiful 69-Yards and Freshman Dillon Stoner (6-1, 200) from Tulsa, Oklahoma, Caught 5 Passes for 100-Yards. – 497-Yards Passing


Image result for Nick Fitzgerald Photos Against LSUQuarterback Nick Fitzgerald
– Mississippi State

Mississippi State Dynamic Athletic Quarterback Nick Fitzgerald is a Member of The Under-Publicized SEC Quarterback Club, but that is Getting-Ready to Change. In 2016, Fitzgerald (6-5, 230, 4.52) Put-Up some Mind-Boggling Figures, including 2,423-Yards Passing and 21 Touchdowns, to go with another 1,375-Yards rushing and 16 Touchdowns.

With these Unbelievable Stats, Most Bulldog Fans would think that he would be more in the National Spotlight, but The Bulldogs had two Losses to South Alabama and Kentucky and Ended with a Mediocre 5-7 Record and Consequently, he was Never Able to Make any of the 2017 Pre-Season All-American Quarterback Lists. Despite the Ups and Downs in 2016, Fitzgerald has Showcased the Mind-Boggling Figures in the Head Coach Dan Mullen Offense and he has Recently Been Named to the Maxwell Award Watch List.

One of my Coaching Friends, Head Coach Dan Mullen, is a Great Coach and a Tremendous Quarterback Mentor, as he helped Develop Quarterback Dak Prescott and now Nick Fitzgerald. Coach Mullen was the 2014 National and Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year and he has shaped The Mississippi State Football Program into an Unbelievable National Contender.

Even if Mississippi State does not make a Huge-Leap into the National Spotlight, with Fitzgerald at the Helm, the Bulldogs could very well be Outstanding. With 3,798-Yards of Total Offense and 37 Touchdowns in 2016, Fitzgerald is a Sensational Dual-Threat Playmaker that will give all of the SEC Defensive Coordinators a Lot of Headaches throughout the Year and LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron and LSU Defensive Coordinator Dave Aranda were the First Coaches in the SEC to get Foiled by Fitzgerald, as The Bulldogs Embarrassed the Tigers with a Staggering 37-7 Victory.

In this Game, Fitzgerald just about made it to the 300-Yards of Total Offense Club Against LSU, but I watched Every Single Play in this Game and although he did not make the 300-Yard Club, Fitzgerald was one of the Most Dominating Players of all of the Saturday Games; Was the Best Player in this Game; and A Must Player for the Weekly MVP Award Team.

The Mississippi State Football Series against LSU dates all the way back to 1896 and that includes a Whole Lot of Heartbreaks for the Bulldogs, but that was not the case on Saturday Night. In fact, the Bulldogs still might be Celebrating this Huge LSU Victory. The Bulldogs (3-0, 1-0) beat LSU for just the Second Time in 18 Games Dating-Back to 2000.

Fitzgerald was “Flat-Outright” Incredible as he Completed 15 of 23 Passes for 180-Yards and Two Touchdowns and he also Rushed 14-Times for another 88-Yards and another Two Touchdowns, giving him 268-Yards of Total Offense and Four Touchdowns in Leading the Bulldogs to their UPSET Victory. In this UPSET Victory over #12 Ranked LSU, The Bulldogs Stunned the Tigers and the Rest of the SEC in this Southeastern Conference Opening Game for both Teams.

In another Incredible Stunning Factor was that, not only did the Bulldogs Win with an Incredible Victory, the Margin of Victory was the Largest Margin of Victory for the Bulldogs in their 111-Game Football Series and it also was not just that the Bulldogs were able to win, to the Delight of Over 60,000 Partial Fans. The Bulldogs Physically Pushed the LSU Players around all over the Field to the Delight of the Bulldog Fans with the Clanging of Their Trademark Bulldog Cowbells.

Fitzgerald also had some Really Great Support from Super Running Back Aeris Williams (6-1, 217, 4.46) who Rushed for 146-Yards on 23 Carries and a Great 6.3-Yards Per Carry Average. Wide Receiver Keith Mixon (5-8, 187, 4.52) Caught Six Passes for 97-Yards and a Touchdown; while Super Freshman Kicker Jace Christmann Kicked his First Three Field Goals of his Career, Connecting on Field Goals from 30, 45 and 27-Yards.

LSU (2-1, 0-1) was Sloppy on Both Sides of the Football, as they had Two Touchdowns “Called-Back” because of Penalties and were Penalized Nine Times for 112-Yards. They also had Two Defensive Players were Ejected for Targeting Penalties on Helmet to Helmet Hits on Fitzgerald.

“We Shot Ourselves in the Foot,” LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron said. “And there’s no one but us to blame.”

On Monday, Nick Fitzgerald was Named SEC Offensive Player of the Week. With this Unbelievable Game against LSU, the Heisman Voters are alerted and if he can have another Outstanding Game against Georgia on Saturday, the discussion Continue. He also Recorded a Great 159.7 Quarterback Rating. 268-Yards of Total Offense

Super Six-Athletic Quarterbacks

Image result for Jarrett Stidham Photos1. Quarterback Jarrett Stidham (#8) – Auburn

Auburn turned in another Ugly offensive Performance, but there were still some Great Offensive Performances in their 24-10 victory over FCS Mercer.

Super Athletic Quarterback Jarrett Stidham (6-3, 214, 4.6) had an Unbelievable Game in the 24-10 Victory as he Completed an Amazing 32 of 37 Passes for 364-Yards and he also Added another 23-Yards Rushing on 7 Carries, giving him an Incredible 387-Yards of Total Offense.

Running Back Kamryn Pettway also had a Great Game, as he Rushed for 128-Yards on 34 Carries and Three Touchdowns on 4-Yards in the First Quarter; 9-Yards in the Third Quarter; and another 4-Yard Touchdown in the Fourth Quarter. Pettway also Caught Three Passes for another 32-Yards, giving him 160-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and Three Touchdowns.

Stidham, a Baylor Transfer from Stephenville, Texas, Recorded a Great 163.7 Quarterback Rating. 387-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Quinton flowers Photos2. Quarterback Quinton Flowers (#9) – South Florida

At the Start of the Season, South Florida were getting ready to “Back-Up” their Pre-Season Ranking and were going to Hit the Ground Running and Backing-Up The Quinton Flowers for Heisman Campaign.

Then, in the First Two Games against San Jose State and Stony Brook, but in those game, South Florida was not Great and Flowers was just OK, during an unimpressive start to the year for South Florida. The Bulls, however, still went 2-0, but they fell behind by a 16-0 margin early against San Jose State and were tied with Stony Brook in the fourth quarter. Flowers was held below 300-Yards of Offense in each game and he did not look Very Good or Confident.

Things were back to normal for The Bulls in the Friday Night Game in their 47-23 win over Illinois and Flowers was Absolutely Sensational and he Looked like a True Heisman Candidate.

In this game, Flowers Completed 15 of 27 Passes for 280-Yards and Four Touchdowns and he also ran 25 times for another 106-Yards and another Touchdown, giving him an Incredible 386-Yards of Total Offense and Five Touchdowns.

Flowers threw Touchdown Passes to Four Different Receivers, and then Finished the Game, early in the Fourth Quarter. It was the Fifth Time in his Career that he Accounted for Five Touchdowns, as well as the Fifth Time that he Accounted f or 375-Yards of Total Offense. – 386-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Jalen Hurts Images3. Quarterback Jalen Hurts (#2) – Alabama

Alabama has “Come-Up” with another Unbelievable Athletic Quarterback in Jalen Hurts, who has already led the Crimson Tide to a 3-0 Record in the 2017 Season. In this 41-23 Victory Against Colorado State, Hurts led The Tide on Multi Touchdown Drives and had his Overall Best Game of the Season.

Hurts Completed 12 of 17 Passes for 248-Yards and Two Touchdowns and he also Rushed for another 103-Yards on 11 Carries and Finished the Game with 351-Yards of Total Offense. Hurts also Accounted for all of the Yards, in the First Half, except for 50-Yards.

With 12:43 Left in the First Quarter, Hurts Scored on a 27-Yard Touchdown Run and gave The Tide a 7-0 Lead and then only a Few Minutes later, he hit Wide Receiver Calvin Ridley with a Beautiful 78-Yard Touchdown Pass to give The Tide a 14-0 lead and after a 46-Yard Field Goal, The Tide lead 17-0 after the First Quarter. Hurts Recorded a Fantastic 232.0 Quarterback Rating.351-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Kelly Bryant Photos4. Quarterback Kelly Bryant (#2) – Clemson

There were several Unbelievable Games, Along with the LSU and Mississippi State Game, that I was Keenly Interested in and the Clemson and Louisville Game was Going to be a Must Game For Me to See. Clemson, of Course, Won the National Championship last Year, but Louisville Quarterback Lamar Jackson won the Heisman Trophy. Also in the First Two Games of this Season, Jackson had been Phenomenal and he Obviously Wants to win the Heisman Trophy Again.

Also, Louisville Junior Super-Star Wide Receiver Jaylen Smith (6-4, 220, 4.44)  has also been Sensational and Last Week, he Caught Nine Passes from Jackson for a Career-High 183-Yards and a Touchdown.

In the Photo Above, both of the Two Louisville Players are Potential NFL #1 Draft Choices, including Wide Receiver Jaylen Smith (#8) and Quarterback Lamar Jackson (#9). This Incredible Passing Combo had Virtually Been Unstoppable Before This Game.

Also, In the First Two Games of the 2017 Season, The National Champions Found Themselves another Unbelievable Athletic Quarterback named Kelly Bryant (6-4, 220, 4.5) to Take-Over the Reins from All-World Quarterback and NFL #1 Draft Choice, Quarterback Deshaun Watson, of the Houston Texans. And the Results of the Game was that The National Champions Completely Destroyed Jackson and The Cardinals to take Complete Control over the ACC Atlantic Division.

Clemson led 19-7 at Halftime, then shut the door on Louisville early in the Third Quarter when Dorian O’Daniel Intercepted a Jackson Pass and Returned it 44-Yards for a Touchdown. Later in the Third Quarter, Bryant ran One-Yard for another Touchdown and a 33-7 Lead. Bryant also hit Junior Wide Receiver Ray-Ray McCloud (5-10, 180, 4.42) with Seven Passes for 115-Yards.

Bryant Completed 22 of 32 Passes for 316-Yards and a Touchdown and Rushed for 26-Yards and another Two Touchdowns, giving him 342-Yards of Total Offense and Three Touchdowns, in getting the Defending National Champs Started on Another National Championship. Bryant also had a Very Good Quarterback Rating of 162.0. – 342-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for Trace McSorley Photos5. Quarterback Trace McSorley (#9) – Penn State

Trace McSorley had had an Incredible on Saturday Night as he got Penn State off to a Great Fast Start as he Completed 14 of 19 Passes for 258-Yards and 258-Yards in the First Half and threw a Stadium-Record 85-Yard Touchdown Pass to Running Back Saquon Barkley in the #5 Nittany Lions 56-0 Victory over Georgia State 56-0.

In the Entire Game, McSorley (6-0, 185) Completed 18 of 23 Passes for 309-Yards and had 24-Yards Rushing on 8 Carries, giving him 333-Yards of Total Offense.

Barkley finished the Game with an Incredible 226-Yards of All-Purpose Yards. McSorley also Recorded a Tremendous 248.5 Quarterback Rating. – 333-Yards of Total Offense

Image result for J.T. Barrett Photos6. Quarterback J.T. Barrett (#16) – Ohio State

Ohio State Super-Star Athletic Quarterback J.T. Barrett (6-2, 220, 4.51) Made Big-Ten History in their 38-7 Victory over Army when he Ran for his 105th Career Touchdown and Passed for his 106th and 107th Touchdowns. By Getting these Three Touchdowns, Barrett Broke The Record of Former Purdue and Current New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees Record for the Most Accountable Touchdowns in Big-Ten History.

In this Game, Barrett Completed 25 of 33 Passes for 270-Yards and his Two Touchdowns and another 32-Yards and another Touchdown, giving him 302-Yards of Total Offense. After Breaking the Ohio State School Record for Total Offense, in the First Game, and getting 270-Yards Passing on Saturday, Barrett is now only 409-Yards away from The Ohio State School Record for Passing Yards, Set by All-American Quarterback Art Schlichter.

As a result of his Lengthy Career at Quarterback for Ohio State, Barrett has had the opportunity to Set Ohio State Records, but also in the Big-Ten. In this Game, Barrett Recorded a Great 164.5 Quarterback Rating. 302-Yards of Total Offense

Super Six-Passing Quarterbacks

Image result for Logan Woodside Photos1. Quarterback Logan Woodside (#11) – Toledo

Quarterback Logan Woodside was Unbelievable on Saturday in a 54-51 UPSET Victory over Tulsa as he Completed 22 of 33 Passes for an Incredible 458-Yards and Six Touchdowns. Another Incredible Feat was that his Six Touchdowns were for 60, 26, 81, 15, 49, and 74-Yards.

Also, in this Game, Woodside (6-1, 201, 4.84) moved into Third Place on the Toledo All-Time Career Passing List with 7,636 Career Yards. His 458-Yards Passing in this Game, he also moved into Third Place on the All-Time Single-Game Passing Yardage.458-Yards Passing

 Image result for Riley Ferguson Photos
2. Quarterback Riley Ferguson (#4) – Memphis

In this Huge Game with UCLA and Memphis, the Star Quarterback of the Game was Supposed to be UCLA Quarterback Josh Rosen and he was Selected to our Weekly MVP Players of the Week in both Game One and Game Two.

Rosen, considered one of the Top Quarterbacks in the Country, Completed 34 of 56 Passes for 463-Yards and Four Touchdowns for The Bruins, but he also threw two key Interceptions in the 48-45 UPSET Loss for The Bruins.

For all of the hype about Rosen, Memphis Quarterback Riley Ferguson (6-4, 210, 4.8) matched his counterpart, Completing 23 of 38 Passes 398-Yards Passing and an Incredible Six Touchdowns in the Unbelievable 48-45 Victory for Memphis. His Favorite Wide Receiver, Anthony Miller, was also Sensational, as he Caught Nine Passes for 185-Yards and Two Touchdowns, while Averaging 20.6-Yards Per Catch.

Jacobi Francis broke up a late Fourth-Down Pass by Rosen to lead Memphis. The Francis Pass Breakup with 56-Seconds left in the Game sent the Tigers faithful into an Unbelievable Celebration.

“They’ve been given nothing. They’ve had to earn everything they’ve ever gotten,” Memphis Head Coach Mike Norvell said about his team. “That’s what today was all  about. It’s about going out there and when you get that opportunity and you put the work in, then you go out there and you make the play. That’s why I love this Memphis Football Team.” Ferguson Recorded a Tremendous 195.3 Quarterback Rating.398-Yards Passing

Image result for Sam Darnold Photos3. Quarterback Sam Darnold – (#14)  Southern Cal

There were a Lot of Exciting Football Games on Saturday, and although the Memphis and UCLA might have been one of the Most Exciting, it has to Hold Top-Billing with the Southern Cal and Texas Game.

The USC-Texas Game an Unbelievable Double-Overtime Thriller between a #4 Ranked Team in the Country in The Trojans and the Pesky Texas Longhorns, who are either Coming-back or not back. The Longhorns were UPSET by Maryland in their Opening Game and were 1-1 after beating San Jose State. It had everything with Two Marquee Programs, with Upset Potential, and Great Clutch Plays.

Last Saturday against Texas, Southern Cal was down by Three Points, before mounting a final drive to force overtime.

“It just brings out the best in everybody, when you’re challenged to have to get it done,” said the Trojan Quarterbacks Coach and Passing Game Coordinator, Tyson Helton. Incidently,  The Southern Cal Offensive Coordinator and Wide Receiver Coach Tee Martin has been a Personal Friend of mine for many years. 

After the Longhorns took a 17-14 lead with 45 seconds remaining, they held a win expectancy of more than 91 percent, according to ESPN Stats.

When USC regained possession at its 35-Yard line, with 39 Seconds to go, it had been an uneven evening for its offense. The Trojans had been scoreless in the second half and Quarterback Sam Darnold had been Intercepted Two Times, and the Trojans Showed little signs of life.

All of that did not matter and will Never Matter, because “Big Sam” Darnold was getting ready to Take-Over.

“It All-Starts with Sam,” said Tight End Tyler Petite. “You have a Leader who is so poised and calm. It just kind of ripples throughout everybody.”

“When you have the most important guy on your Offense come in and be the most calm and collected out of everybody, even the Trojan Coaches, you have a guy who’s coming in and saying, ‘lets go score,’ it’s like another day of playing football in the backyard, to be able to see that Unbelievable Confidence from someone who is leading the team, it’s calming.”

Darnold, his teammates contend, never shows any worry and they rallied again.

“He provides one thing to your team no matter how adverse the situation is and that’s hope,” USC Head Coach Clay Helton added.

Darnold started the drive for the tying score against Texas, which ended on a 31-yard yard field goal by Freshman Walk-On Kicker Chase McGrath, with three straight completions and some of them were Very Difficult to Complete.

On one 21-yard pass to Freshman Running Back Stephen Carr, Darnold need more time, so he leaped in the air before floating it downfield to Carr, who was running along the Left Hashmarks.

“Thirty-nine seconds is an eternity for us,” Tyson Helton said. “We have plenty of time to go score. We won’t necessarily worry about the time, we just worry about what plays we’re going to run.”

Red-Shirt Sophomore Darnold (6-4, 220) was Sensational in this Game as he Completed 29 of 49 for an Amazing 397-Yards and Three Touchdowns in the Triple Overtime Victory over Texas.

In 2016, Darnold proved to be among the Top Quarterbacks in the Country as just a Red-Shirt Freshman as he inserted into the Trojans Starting Lineup in the Fourth Game and gave the USC Offense a spark as the Trojans won their Final Nine Games of the 2016 Season. Overall in the 2016 Season, while appearing in all 13 Games and starting the last 10, Darnold Completed 246 of 366 Passes for an Incredible 3,086-Yards and 31 Touchdowns with a 67.2 Per-Cent Completion Rate. He also had 62 Carries for 250-Yards and Two Touchdowns, giving him 3,336-Yards of Total Offense and 33 Touchdowns.

Darnold also Won the 2016 Archie Griffin Award from the Touchdown Club of Columbus and given to the Season-Long Most Valuable Player after the Bowl Games. He was Voted The 2016 Pac-12 Freshman Offensive Player of the Year and he made The Football Writers Freshman All-American First Team.

He also Won The Southern Cal 2016 Most Inspirational Player Award and Bob Chandler Award Given to the Underclassman with Outstanding Athletic Ability, Academic Achievement and Great Character.

He is the only USC Quarterback in History to have Back-to-Back Five Touchdown Games Against Arizona and California in 2016. Also in 2016, Darnold also Threw Multiple Touchdown Passes in Nine Straight Games, the most by a Trojan since Matt Leinart Threw 15 in 2003-04. He was ninth nationally in passing efficiency in 2016 and Second in the Pac-12 with an Unbelievable 161.1 Quarterback Rating. In the Game Against Texas, Darnold Recorded a 137.2 Quarterback Rating. – 397-Passing Yards

Image result for Luke Falk Photos4. Quarterback Luke Falk (#4) – Washington State

Quarterback Luke Falk (6-4, 225, 4.82) of Washington State had another Incredible Passing Game in a 52-23 Victory over Oregon State. In that Game Falk Completed 37 of 49-Yards for an Unbelievable 396-Yards and Six Touchdowns and Zero Interceptions, with a Fabulous 75.5 Completion Percentage Rate.  He also did not play most of the fourth quarter in the Cougars Rout.

With his Six Touchdowns, Falk Recorded his 98th Career Touchdown Pass, breaking the Touchdown Passing Record of Quarterback Jared Goff of California and Ranks as the Fourth in Pac-12 History. When he got his Fifth Touchdown Pass, Falk Tied a Washington State Record and then with his Sixth Touchdown Pass, he Broke the Washington State Career Record for Career Touchdown Passes.

Falk actually Scorched the Oregon State Defense in the Second Quarter as he Completed 14 of 20 Passes for 133-Yards and Three Touchdowns which was Noteworthy Numbers.

Falk has Passed for 1,689-Yards and a 422.3-Yards Per Game Average Against Oregon State in his career and 22 Touchdowns. He is also 4-0 against the Beavers, the first Washington State Quarterback in History to beat a Team Four Times.

With his 396-Yards Passing, Falk brought his Career Passing Totals to 11,793-Yards, with the Fifth Best in Pac-12 History. Falk was named Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week on Monday, and it was his Fifth Time in getting The Weekly Pac-12 Award.

Falk operates with Unbelievable Poise in the Mike Leach Shotgun Offense and he is quick to Scan and Pass with Anticipation. Although he plays in The Mike Leach Air Raid Offense, he does read the Entire Field. He has a very quick and Smooth Release. He has a Tremendous Touch on the Ball and Coach Leach gives him a lot of Freedom and Responsibility in the Passing Offense and he has handled it extremely well and he Never Looks Flustered.

With Cougar Head Coach Mike Leach as his Mentor, it should not be such a Surprise that an Incredible Quarterback like Luke Falk is Breaking a lot of Pac-12 Records in almost Every Game. Coach Leach is a Personal Friend of mind and he has Developed a Multitude of Unbelievable Quarterbacks while he was at Texas Tech, including Kliff Kingsbury, and now at Washington State with Luke Falk.

My Son, Eric, and I were Personal Guests of Coach Leach and his Coaching Staff and Players on the Sidelines in at Least Two Bowl Games while Coach Leach was at Texas Tech, including The Alamo Bowl in 2001 and The Tangerine Bowl in 2002. Two other Personal Coaching Friends of mine were on those Texas Tech Coaching Staffs, including Coach Art Briles and Coach Sonny Dykes.

Falk is a Definite NFL #1 Draft Choice in the 2018 NFL Draft. In this Oregon State Game, Falk also Recorded a Great 183.8 Quarterback Rating. – 396-Yards Passing

Image result for Josh Jackson Virginia Tech Photos5. Quarterback Josh Jackson (#17) – Virginia Tech

“Things” were not Looking-Good for the Virginia Tech Hokies early in the Game on Saturday. They fell behind East Carolina 17-7 after the First Quarter and they were In Trouble of being upset, but then the second quarter started, and the “Universe Righted Itself”” when Virginia Tech Freshman Quarterback Came-On to the Scene and led the Hokies, as they Racked-Up 57 Unanswered Points to pick up a 64-17 Victory.

Red-Shirt Freshman Quarterback Josh Jackson (6-1, 217) of Virginia Tech had a Sensational Game as he Completed 24 of 31 Passes for 372-Yards and an Incredible Five Touchdowns. And then, on Monday, he was Voted the ACC Rookie of the Week for the second time.

Jackson also Set Career Highs in Completions, Attempts, Passing-Yards, and Passing Touchdowns, including his longest Career Pass Completion with a 70-Yard Touchdown to Running Back Travon McMillian. His Five Touchdown Passes tied for the most in a Single-Game in Virginia Tech History. His 372-Yards Passing were the most by a Hokie Freshman Quarterback and the Fifth Most Touchdowns for any Hokie Quarterback since 1987. Jackson is the first Virginia Tech Quarterback to win his First Three Career Starts since Quarterback Logan Thomas in 2011.

The Virginia Tech Hokies has a Really Unbelievable Shining-Star in Red-Shirt Freshman Quarterback Josh Jackson, who was just named the Manning Award Winner for Week Three. The Sugar Bowl has just Announced the news via Twitter on Thursday Afternoon.  Jackson now has Eight Touchdown Passes for the Season and with Zero Interceptions.

In the East Carolina Game, Jackson Recorded an Unbelievable 231.4 Quarterback Rating and he also has the Highest Quarterback Rating Among All Freshman Quarterbacks with a rating of 177.7 Quarterback Rating for the Season. – 372-Yards Passing

Image result for Kenny Hill TCU Photos6. Quarterback Kenny Hill (#7) – TCU

In the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex Championship Game, it looked-like The SMU Mustangs were going to Pull one of he Upsets of the Year Against the Favored TCU Horned Frogs, and were ahead 19-7 before Super-Star Quarterback Kenny Hill threw Three Touchdown Passes in the Final 7 1/2 Minutes in the Second Quarter.

Jalen Reagor (5-11, 185, 4.41, 38) made an Unbelievable Leaping 38-Yard Touchdown Catch between Four Defenders in the End-Zone on the last play of the First Half, and it Finally put The #20 Horned Frogs Ahead To-Stay in a 56-36 TCU Victory over The Upset-Minded SMU Mustangs on Saturday.

“The Unbelievable Catch by Jalen Reagor made a huge difference, and it gave us a little something going into halftime, and kind-of deflated them a little bit,” Hill said. “That’s the first time I’ve been in a game that I’ve ever seen a Hail-Mary completed, as I just kind of threw it up to him,to  let him go make a play.”

Running Back Darius Anderson (5-11, 205, 4.5) also ran for Two Touchdowns for TCU in the Second Half, including the first drive after halftime and then, Speedy Running Back Kenedy Snell also scored twice.

The Super Fast Snell (5-8, 170, 4.33) had a 10-yard Touchdown Run and later turned a Short Pass into a 71-Yard Sprint to the End-Zone . That long Touchdown gave TCU a 21-19 Lead with 2:40 Left in the First Half. Snell and Reagor are both True Freshmen from Waxahachie, Texas, less than an hour from the TCU Campus.

“Obviously we put the Play-in-the Game, so Reagor Could Jump Up-There and Grab the Ball. We already knew he could do it,” TCU Head Coach Gary Patterson said when talking about his two Great Freshmen Newcomers. “We’ve been chasing Snell all through two-a-days.”

Hill was Incredible for the Horned Frogs as he Completed 24 of 30 Passes for an Amazing 365-Yards and Four Touchdowns in the 56-36 Victory. Hill also Recorded an Unbelievable 226.2 Quarterback Rating. – 365-Yards Passing

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2017 Super 16 College Football MVP’S For Week Two! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

By Super Scout Max Emfinger

WEEKLY NOTES: To be Eligible for an MVP Berth, your Team has got to be on the Winning Team. When I decided to Choose College MVP’s of the Week, I decided to Select a Dozen MVP Players for each Week. In Week One, there were a lot of Defensive Players who had a Great Game, but there were not any of them that had a Phenomenal Game and Breaking School Records and so I did not have any Defensive Players in Week One, but there were Numerous Quarterbacks with Phenomenal Games.

In Week Two, there were so many Phenomenal Performances, I had to Move the Team from 12 to 16 and again there were Numerous Quarterbacks with Mind-Boggling Games. Plus, there also was a 301 Pound Defensive Tackle who Scored Two Defensive Touchdowns, including a 90-Yard Return of a Fumble; a Defensive End who had 4 Quarterback Sacks; and a Free Safety who Scored Two Defensive Touchdowns.

One Athletic Quarterback had 525-Yards of Total Offense and another who had 499-Yards of Total Offense; and a Passing Quarterback who Passed for 489-Yards and another Passed for 386-Yards. A Freshman Running Back also Rushed for 223-Yards.

Quad-Athletic Quarterbacks

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1. Quarterback Lamar Jackson (#8) – Louisville

Lamar Jackson Won the Heisman Trophy Award Last Year and he wants to win it Again this Year and he is “Putting-Up” Incredible Stats Again. On Saturday, against North Carolina, Jackson Passed for 393-Yards and Three Touchdowns and Ran for another 132-Yards and another Three Touchdowns, giving him 525-Yards of Total Offense and Six Touchdowns.

After Two Games in the 2017 Football Season, Junior Jackson 6-3, 211, 4.5) has Completed 55 of 85 Passes for 771-Yards Passing and has Rushed for 239-Yards on 40 Carries. So after only two games, the Former Heisman Trophy Winner, Jackson is Responsible for 1,010-Yards of Total Offense and Eight Touchdowns.

Jackson became only the Second Player in FBS History to record at least 300 Passing Yards and 100-Yards Rushing in Consecutive Games during Saturday’s 47-35 win over North Carolina. Jackson had 525-Yards of Total Offense were the most ever allowed by the Tar Heels and is the Eighth most in ACC History. He also Accounted for Six Touchdowns, Three Passing and Three Rushing. With 132-Yards Rushing, Jackson now has 2,770-Yards Rushing for his Career and now Ranks Fourth on the Louisville All-Time List.

Following his 393-Yard Passing Performance on Saturday, the Lamar Jackson Career Total of 6,154-Yards Passing Ranks Sixth on the All-Time Louisville School History. – In this Game, Jackson Recorded an Outstanding 174.1 Quarterback Rating.  525-Yards of Total Offense

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2. Quarterback Shane Morris (#11) – Central Michigan

Super-Star Quarterback Shane Morris had an Incredible “Mind-Boggling” Game on Saturday in an Sensational 45-27 UPSET Victory over Kansas. In this Game, Morris Completed 28 of 37 Passes for an Incredible 467-Yards and Five Touchdowns. He also added Eight Rushes for another 32-Yards, giving him 499-Yards of Total Offense in the Victory.

Morris is 12th in the Country with 693-Yards Passing as he has Completed 53 of 86 Passes and Six Touchdowns and only One Interception.  Against Rhode Island in the Season Opener, Morris only Passed for 226-Yards.

“Our biggest jump was just executing in the Red-Zone,” Morris said. “Against Rhode Island, we moved the ball at will pretty much, but the biggest thing was when we got it down there to score, we didn’t Score. We made this a Big Emphasis of that in practice this past week, that we needed to score in the Red-Zone To Win Big Games. I think we had six or seven trips in the Red-Zone and we didn’t score a Touchdown on only one of those drives against Kansas.”

Morris found Wide Receiver Mark Champman for Three of his Touchdown Passes, while Corey Willis and Logan Hessbrook Caught the other two Touchdowns. Devon Spalding added another Touchdown. With this Incredible Game and UPSET, Morris was Named as the Mid-American Conference West Division offensive player of the week.

Morris was also Honored and Selected, along with Sam Darnold, Baker Mayfield, Lamar Jackson, Shea Patterson, and Nate Stanley, as One of Eight Selections to the Davey O’Brien Great Eight Quarterback Award for Week Two.

Morris Recorded an Outstanding 226.3 Quarterback Rating. – 499-Yards of Total Offense

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3. Quarterback Mason Rudolph (#2) – Oklahoma State

Super-Star Passing Quarterback Mason Rudolph just became the Oklahoma State Cowboys Most Successful Passing Quarterback in Oklahoma State History as he Completed 25 of 38 Passes for 335-Yards and Three Touchdowns. He also Rushed for another 18-Yards, giving him 353-Yards in the Cowboys 44-7 Victory over South Alabama.

In this Game, Rudolph broke the 11th-Ranked Oklahoma State Career Passing Record in the Victory as he broke the Brandon Weeden Passing Record of 9,260-Yards late in the Second Quarter and then finished the Game with 9,352-Yards and the Cowboys Career Passing Record. After Rudolph Completed his 25 of 38 Passes, he Retired to the Sidelines, late in the Third Quarter.

In his First Two Games of the Year, Rudolph has Accounted for Eight Touchdowns in Two VictoriesRudolph Finished with a Great 165.9 Quarterback Rating. – 353-Yards of Total Offense

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4. Quarterback Sam Darnold (#14) – Southern Cal

Southern California Quarterback Sam Darnold Completed 21 of 26 Passes for 316-Yards and Four Touchdowns. He also “Sneaked-In” Four-Yards Rushing, giving him 320-Yards of Total Offense. One of the Most Incredible Feats in this Game for Darnold was that he Completed his First Eleven Passes and Finished with a Career-High 80.8 Pass Completion.

This was the Sixth Time in the Career for Darnold (#14) that he threw at least Three Touchdown Passes and Fourth time with at least Four Touchdown Passes in a Single Game. It was also the 12th Consecutive Game that Darnold threw for at least 200-Yards in a Game and the Fifth Time in his Career for more than 300-Yards in a Game. In his First Game in 2017, against Western Michigan, Darnold Completed 23 of 33 Passes for 289-Yards and he now has 605-Yards Passing for the 2017 Season.

Southern Cal is Averaging 302-Yards Passing and 269-Yards Rushing Per Game. So, the Big Question is: Do you try to Stop QB Sam Darnold (#14), RB Tyler Vaughns (#21), and RB Joseph Lewis (#1) in the Unbelievable Passing Game or WR Ronald Jones (#25) in their Very Impressive Running Game?

Darnold had a Quarterback Rating of 169.5 in the First Game and had a Tremendous 218.2 Quarterback Rating in this Tremendous 42-24 Victory over Stanford. – 320-Yards of Total Offense

Quad-Passing Quarterbacks

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1. Quarterback Shea Patterson (#20) – Ole Miss

Shea Patterson was Incredible Again as he Set an Ole Miss School Passing Record as he Completed 32 of 43 Passes for 489-Yards Passing in the Rebels 45-23 Victory over UT-Martin. He also Set a Career High with 5 Touchdown Passes. Patterson spread the wealth around, completing passes to nine different Wide Receivers with a Great 74.4 Completion Percentage Rate.

In Two Games in the 2017 Football Season, Patterson has Passed for 918-Yards and Nine Touchdowns, connecting with an Unbelievable 10 Different Receivers. After Catching 8 Passes for 233-Yards, in the First Game Against Alabama State, Super Wide Receiver A.J. Brown Caught Two Touchdown Passes of 58-Yards and 2-Yards in this Game and he also led the Rebels in Receiving with Eight Catches for 156-Yards.

DeMarkus Lodge Caught a 28-Yard Touchdown in the Third Quarter; while Jordan Wilkins also Caught a 16-Yard Touchdown in the Third Quarter and D.K. Metcalf Caught a 2-Yard Touchdown in the Fourth Quarter.

The Rebels Finished with 543-Yards of Total Offense. Patterson Recorded an Outstanding 203.7 Quarterback Rating489-Yards Passing

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2. Quarterback Baker Mayfield (#6) – Oklahoma

Amazing as it Sounds, Baker Mayfield was a Lightly Recruited Prospect coming-out of an Austin Prep Powerhouse Team. Then, in 2013, he Showed-Up at Texas Tech and became the Starting Quarterback as the First True Freshman Walk-On Quarterback to start a Season-Opening Game in Major College Football Hhistory.

After losing his Starting Job to Davis Webb later that year, he Transferred to Oklahoma without any assurance from Head Coach Bob Stoops that he would even be allowed to Come-Out for the Team and now, Mayfield is in his Third Season as the Oklahoma Sooner Starter.

Mayfield is Definitely in the race for the Heisman Trophy, but there has not been hardly any Talk about what he could do as an NFL Quarterback. The Quarterback who actually beat Mayfield out for the Heisman Trophy Award last year, Lamar Jackson of Louisville, is also having another Fabulous Season.

Jackson and Mayfield were the Super-Stars of College Football in both the First and Second Weekend of College Football. A lot of Sportswriters have been Focused on Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold, and Josh Allen, because of their obvious Great Potential as NFL Quarterbacks they also have had Incredible Starts in the 2017 Football Season, but Mayfield and Jackson have forced their way back into the Heisman Talk and Great NFL Potential Talk.

Oklahoma Heisman Candidate Quarterback Mayfield was Incredible on Saturday Night in Columbus Against the Ohio State Buckeyes as he Riddled an Ohio State Defense that was Stocked Full of NFL Talent when he Completed 27 of 35 Passes for 386-Yards and Three Touchdowns in a 31-16 Huge Victory over the Buckeyes. Those are Pretty Fantastic Passing Stats, but they are Particularly Impressive given the Circumstances.

Mayfield did not have to prove to anyone that he was a Great Quarterback, because he has been a Sensational Quarterback ever since 2015, when he led the Sooners into the NCAA Playoffs.  Then in 2016, Mayfield Broke the Russell Wilson Single-Season FBS Passing Efficiency Record with a “Mind-Boggling” 196.4 Quarterback Rating.

In this Game, Mayfield was even more Outstanding when you realize that he did not have his Best Target, TE Mark Andrews, to throw to in the Second Half, after he had Caught Two Passes for 23-Yards in the First Half. Mayfield then Passed the Pass Receiving Around as he Tossed Touchdown Passes to Dimitri Flowers, Lee Morris, and Trey Sermon.

Senior Kentucky Transfer Jeff Badet was also Outstanding as he Caught Five Passes for 82-Yards, Ran Four Kickoffs Back for 79-Yards, had Two Rushes for Five Yards, and Finished the Game with 166-Yards of All-Purpose Yards.

The Oklahoma Sooners got a Little Revenge from their 45-24 Loss to the Buckeyes last year in Norman. Super-Star Ohio State Quarterback J.T. Barrett threw Four Touchdowns for the Buckeyes in that Big Win Last Year, but the Buckeyes Offense this Year, with Barrett, was not as Good this Year as Last Year and the Buckeyes Lost their First Home Game Since November 21, 2015.

Mayfield had a Phenomenal Quarterback Rating in Columbus, Ohio in the Great Victory as his Quarterback Rating was 198.1, plus he had Three Touchdown Passes and Completed 27 of 35 Passes. –  386-Yards Passing

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3. Quarterback Nate Stanley (#4) – Iowa

Sophomore Quarterback Nate Stanley was Outstanding on Saturday as he Completed 27 of 41 Passes for 333-Yards and an Incredible Five Touchdowns in Leading the Iowa Hawkeyes to an Amazing Come-From-Behind 44-41 Overtime Victory over their Cross-State Rival Iowa State.

In this Game, Stanley became only the Second Big Ten quarterback with at least 300-Yards Passing and Five Touchdowns without an interception in an On-The-Road Game Victory since 1997. Stanley also became the First Iowa Hawkeye with 300-Yards and Five Touchdown Passes in a Game since 1987.

Another Outstanding Feat for Stanley was that he Passed the Passing-Around as he Completed Passes to Nine Different Receivers. In this Game, Stanley Recorded a Great 174.3 Quarterback Rating. – 333-Yards Passing

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4. Quarterback Josh Rosen – UCLA

For the Second Straight Week, Super-Star UCLA Quarterback Josh Rosen was a Passing Phenom as he Completed an Incredible 22 of 25 Passes for 329-Yards and an Amazing Five Touchdowns as the Bruins Defeated Hawaii 56-23 on Saturday Night.

After Completing an Unbelievable 22 of 25 Passes for 329-Yards and Five Touchdowns, Rosen had an Unbelievable and Phenomenal 264.50 Quarterback Rating. – 329-Yards Passing

Running Back

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1. Running Back Jonathan Taylor (#23) – Wisconsin

Freshman Super-Star Running back Jonathan Taylor Demonstrated his Unbelievable Potential in the Wisconsin Pre-Season Camp and Two Games Deep into his College F00tball Career, Taylor looks more like a Seasoned Veteran than a Mere Freshman.

On Saturday, against Florida AtlanticTaylor Rushed for an Incredible 223-Yards and three Touchdowns in his Very First Career Start in a 31-14 Victory in Week #2 over Florida Atlantic, becoming only the Fourth Freshman in Wisconsin School History to Rush for 200-Yards in a Single Game.

In this Game, Taylor became the Fourth True Freshman in Wisconsin School History to rush for 200-Yards, joining Alan Ameche, Ron Dayne, and Zach Brown. Taylor also Recorded the Most Rushing Touchdowns in a game by a Wisconsin True Freshman since James White Scored Four Touchdowns against Austin Peay in 2010.

Wisconsin Fullback Austin Ramesh said: “Taylor was just like me when I came-in and Stepped-Up, when I realized that I could be an Instant Contributor this year and had already contributed a couple Bi-Plays.”

Taylor followed a 64-yard Touchdown Run with 10 Minutes left in the First Quarter against Florida Atlantic with an Unbelievable Game Highlight-Reel with an Unbelievable 29-Yard Run as he completely Bowled-Over at least Three Would-Be Tacklers on that play. – 223-Yards Rushing

Wide Receiver

1. Wide Receiver Jaylen Smith (#9) – Louisville

Junior Super-Star Wide Receiver Jaylen Smith (6-4, 220, 4.44) of Pascagoula, Mississippi was Sensational again for the Second Week in the 2017 Football Season. On Saturday, Smith Caught Nine Passes from Quarterback Lamar Jackson for a Career-High 183-Yards and a Touchdown.

SIDEBAR: In the Photo Above, there are Two Louisville Players who are Potential NFL #1 Draft Choices, including Wide Receiver Jaylen Smith (#8) and Quarterback Lamar Jackson (#9). This Incredible Passing Combo is Virtually Unstoppable.

In the First Game of 2017, against Purdue, Smith Caught 8 Passes for 117-Yards and a Touchdown and he now has 17 Catches for 300-Yards and Two Touchdowns and with a Great 17.6-Yards Per Catch Average. With these Two Outstanding Games, Jackson and Smith has Helped Lead the Cardinals to Rank #5 in the Country in Total Offense with an Unbelievable 614.5-Yards Per Game Average.

Smith also Recorded his Third-Career and second-straight 100-yard receiving game. His 300-Yards Receiving are the most by a Louisville Wide Receiver in the First Two Games of a Season, Surpassing the 251-Yards by Harry Douglas in 2007. The Beautiful Smith Touchdown Against The Tar Heels also came on a Career-Long 75-Yard Reception.

His 183-Yards Receiving are the Most by an ACC Wide Receiver in a game in the 2017 Football Season. – 183-Yards Receiving

Bi-All-Purpose Backs

1.  All-Purpose D.J. Chark (#7) – LSU

LSU Super-Star All-Purpose Wide Receiver and Return Man, D.J. Clahk, was Really Impressive in the Saturday Game in the Great 45-10 Victory over Chattanooga. Notice that Clark is Wearing a Familiar #7 in 2017, after All-American RB Leonard Fournette wore #7 in 2016.

In this Game Against Chattanooga, Chark (6-3, 190, 4.37) Caught Three Passes for 103-Yards and Returned Two Punts for 73-Yards, including an Incredible 65-Yard Punt Return for a Touchdown, giving him an Unbelievable 176-Yards of All-Purpose Yards. – 176-Yards of All-Purpose Yards

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2. All-Purpose Jeff Badet (#2) – Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Sooners have one of the Top Quarterbacks in the Country with Baker Mayfield and they also have one of the Best Teams in the Country, but they also have some other Fabulous Players and All-Purpose Back, Jeff Badet, is also one of the Best Players in the Country.

In this Unbelievable Game on Saturday, the #5 Ranked Oklahoma Sooners Pulled-Off one of the Biggest Victories in Sooner History as they Beat #2 Ranked Ohio State Buckeyes by a 31-16 Score in Columbus, Ohio.

Mayfield Lived-Up to his Heisman Trophy Candidate as he Completed 27 of 35 Passes for 386-Yards and Three Touchdowns in the Victory over the Buckeyes. In that Game, Badet (6-0, 180, 4.46) was also Very Impressive as he Caught Five Passes for 82-Yards, Returned Four Kickoffs for 79-Yards, and Rushed Twice for another 5-Yards, Giving him 166-Yards of Total Offense. – 166-Yards of Total Offense

Co-Defensive Linemen

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1. Defensive Tackle Jeffrey Simmons (#94) – Miss State

Jeffery Simmons (6-4, 301) of Mississippi State had an Unbelievable Game for the Bulldogs, as he was an Unbelievable, Eye-Popping, Defensive Force in Creating Total Havoc on both Defense and Special Teams in the Bulldogs 57-21 Victory over Louisiana Tech.

When was the Last Time that you heard of a 301-Pound Defensive Lineman Who Scored Two Touchdowns in an Entire Football Season, but also when was the Last Time that you Heard of a Defensive Lineman who Scored Two Defensive Touchdowns in the Same Game? Jeffery Simmons was “Flat-Outright” Sensational in the Saturday Victory as he blocked a PAT and then Blocked a Punt and Recovered it in the End-Zone for a Touchdown.

Then, in the second half, Simmons “PickedUp” Another Fumble and Returned it 90-Yards for Another Touchdown which was The Longest Fumble-Return for the Bulldogs since 2000. For good measure, he also recorded 5 Tackles, but here’s the Unbelievable Stat about this Incredible Performance. This Defensive Lineman, Simmons, Scored More Touchdowns in this Game on Saturday, than Three Other SEC Teams Scored on Saturday.

The SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week and Super Scout Max Emfinger Dandy Dozen College Players of the Week filled up the Stat Sheet against Louisiana Tech as he had an Incredible Night by Blocking an Extra Point; Blocked a Punt and Recovered it for a Touchdown; and then Picked-Up a Fumble and Rambled 90-Yards for another Touchdown. – Five TacklesBlocked Extra Point, Blocked a Punt and Recovered it for a Touchdown, Recovered another Fumble and Raced it 90-Yards for a Touchdown, and Scored Two Defensive Touchdowns

Simmons is treating the SEC Opener against #11 LSU Tigers on Saturday Night at Davis Wade Stadium like a normal game. Kickoff is at 6:00 P.M. and you can watch the game on ESPN.

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2. Defensive End Austin Bryant (#91) – Clemson

Clemson Junior Defensive End Austin Bryant (6-4, 265, 4.72) of Pavo, Georgia had an Incredible Four Quarterback Sacks to tie a Clemson School Record. He also had Seven Tackles Overall in the Tigers Huge 14-6 Victory over Auburn. Bryant became Only The Third Player in Clemson School History with Four Quarterback Sacks in a Game.

This Game between Clemson and Auburn was Billed as a Game Between Two of the Top College Teams in the Country and a “Sneak-Preview” of the 2017 College Playoffs. First Year Clemson Quarterback Kelly Bryant had led Clemson on an 88-Yard Touchdown Drive, just before Half-Time to give Clemson a 7-6 Lead at Half-Time. Then in the Third Quarter, Quarterback Bryant led them back on a 79-Yard Touchdown Drive for a 14-6 Clemson Lead.

This is where The Unbelievable Defensive End Austin Bryant and the Great Clemson Defense took over and “Made-Sure” that the Auburn Tigers were Never able to get to their Goal-Line Again and also “Made-Sure” that Clemson did not need any more points to Win the Game. Bryant was Pretty Much Unblockable for most of the Night, Chasing Auburn Quarterback Jarrett Stidham All-Over-The-Field.

Bryant Sacked Stidham on the Final Two Auburn Plays and Ended-Up with Four Quarterback SacksBryant also led a Great Clemson Defensive Line that held Auburn to just only an Amazing 117-Yards of Total offense and just 38-Yards Rushing on 42 Attempts. Bryant was named National Defensive Player of the Week by the Walter Camp Foundation on Sunday. – Four Quarterback Sacks and Seven other Tackles

Co-Free Safeties

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1. Free Safety Kendall Adams (#21) – Kansas State

Most Football Players like to play Offense, instead of Defense, because it is Very Difficult to Score a Touchdown, while playing on that Side of the Football. Kansas State Super-Star Safety Kendall Adams had Never scored a Defensive Touchdown, while playing Defense for the Wildcats. So the Game against Charlotte was of Great Importance to him, because in that Game, Adams was able to Score an Incredible Two Defensive Touchdowns.

In the First Quarter, Junior Adams Picked-Off a Charlotte Quarterback Hasaan Klugh Pass and Returned it 30-Yards for a Touchdown and gave The Wildcats a 21-0 Lead. Then, on the next Drive, Charlotte was able to Score a Touchdown, but Kansas State then came back with a Field Goal, and the Wildcats still maintained a 24-7 Lead.

Then Two Charlotte Drives later, another Unbelievable Situation Happened and Adams took Full-Advantage of that Situation. On that Play, Klugh Fumbled and Adams Picked-Up the Fumble and Raced 46-Yards for Another Amazing Defensive Touchdown. This Touchdown gave the Wildcats a Commanding 31-7 lead and they Never Relinquished that Lead and Finished with a Very Impressive 55-7 Victory. – Interception Return for a Touchdown, Fumble Recovery for a Touchdown, and Two Defensive Touchdowns

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2. Free Safety Tyree Kinnel (#23) – Michigan

With Ten Quarterback Sacks and Eight Quarterback Hurries, the Michigan Wolverine Defense is On the Verge of Becoming a Really Great Defense in the Big-10 after Two Outstanding Games in the 2017 season. This Defense has also already Scored Three Touchdowns.

Michigan Super Junior Free Safety Tyree Kinnel had an Incredible Game on Saturday in The Wolverines 36-14 Victory over Cincinnati as he Returned an Interception 28-Yards for a Touchdown, had a Quarterback Sack, another Tackle for a Loss, and led the Wolverines in Tackles with Nine Tackles, of which Eight of those Tackles were Solo Tackles.

What made this Game Very Special for Kinnel (5-11, 210, 4.5) of Wayne Huber Heights, Ohio was the Fact that his Interception was the First of his Career, as was the Tackle for a Loss and Quarterback Sack.

The Last Michigan Defensive Player to Receive The Big-10 Defensive Player of the Week was Jabrill Peppers on September 19, 2016.

Linebacker Noah Furbush also Recovered a Fumble for a Touchdown in the Fourth Quarter of the Wolverines’ 33-17 win over Florida. Both Safety Tyree Kinnel and Cornerback Lavert Hill each had Pick-Sixes in a 36-14 win Saturday over Cincinnati.

In addition to his First Career Interception and Touchdown, Kinnel was not the only Defensive Back that was Outstanding. So were fellow Cornerbacks, Sophomore David Long (5-11, 187, 4.5) and Senior Brandon Watson (5-11, 200, 4.5) were Outstanding. – Returned an Interception 28-Yards for a Touchdown, had a Quarterback Sack, another Tackle for a Loss, and Nine Tackles


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2017 Dandy Dozen College Football MVP’s For Week One – By Super Scout Max Emfinger

By Super Scout Max Emfinger

 Tri-Athletic Quarterbacks Of The Week!

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1. Quarterback Lamar Jackson (#8) – Louisville

Louisville Athletic Junior Super-Star Quarterback Lamar Jackson was a Sensational Freak Again in his First Game of the 2017 Football Season. In the 35-28 Victory over Purdue, Jackson Completed 30 of 46 Passes for 378-Yards and Two Touchdowns as he Completed 65% of his passes.

The last time Jackson was in the National Spotlight, he Amazed everyone with his Unbelievable Character and Style, when he wore his Beautiful Red Blazer at the Heisman Trophy Award Ceremony and then was named as the Heisman Trophy Award Winner. Jackson had Unprecedented and Incredible Stats and he was the first player in FBS History to Record 3,300-Yards Passing and 1,500-Yards Rushing in a Single Season. Jackson is also One of Six Players in FBS History and the First in ACC History to Rush and Pass for 20 Touchdowns.

Jackson (6-3, 211, 4.6) also Rushed for 107-Yards on 21 Carries, giving him 485-Yards of Total Offense in the Victory. Jackson also had a Tremendous 148.6 Quarterback Rating. – 485-Yards of Total Offense

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2. Quarterback J.T. Barnett (#16) – Ohio State

Super-Star Ohio State Athletic Senior Quarterback J.T. Barnett had another Outstanding Performance in the Buckeyes Opening Game and 49-21 Victory over Indiana as he Completed 20 of 35 Passes for 304-Yards and 3 Touchdowns. Then, with his 61-Yards Rushing on 13 Carries and another Touchdown, Barnett Finished with 365-Yards of Total Offense and Four Touchdowns.

Barrett has been an Unbelievable “Team-Leader” ever since his First Day on the Team and he is a Fifth-Year Senior and who is now 27-4 as a Starting Quarterback. He will be the First-Three-Time Captain in Ohio State History. Previously, there have been Eight Players, in 127 Previous Ohio State Football Seasons, that were a Two-Time Team Captain.

Before the Indiana Game, Barnett had already Passed for 6,381-Yards, which is 3rd in Ohio State History and 69 Touchdowns which is 1st in Ohio State History. Before this Game, Barnett had also Rushed for 2,456-Yards which is 17th in Ohio State History and with 31 Touchdowns.

After an Incredible 2014 Season, Barnett Finished among Top 10 in Vote-Getters for The Heisman Trophy Award, including 5th in 2014. He Graduated from Ohio State in December 2016 with a Communications Degree.

Before this Game, Barrett was Six Touchdowns shy of the Drew Brees Big Ten Record of Total Touchdowns Responsible with 106 Touchdowns. He Set The Big Ten Record in 2014 with 45 Total Touchdowns and he has already set 23 Ohio State Records. He only needs 1,167 Passing Yards for the Ohio State Record and only needs 535-Rushing Yards to top 3,000 Rushing Yards and move into the Ohio State All-Time rushing Top 10 and needs just Five-Yards to break the Art Schlichter Record of 8,850-Yards of Total Offense.

Barnett Finished the Indiana Opening Game with an Outstanding 158.4 Quarterback Rating. – 365-Yards of Total Offense

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3. Quarterback Caylin Newton (#3) – Howard

Howard University was “Taking-On” UNLV in a College Football Opening Weekend Game and it was supposed to be such a “Lopsided-Match-Up” that the Las Vegas Sports-Bookies did not even offer a Money-Line. As it turned out, the Bison had the Best Player on the Football Field on this Saturday Night and his last name is one that Most Football Fans will Recognize.

Caylin Newton is the Younger Brother of Carolina Panthers Super-Star Quarterback and 2015 NFL MVP Cam Newton and his Little Brother, Caylin accounted for 330-Yards of Total Offense and Three Touchdowns as Howard University UPSET a 45-Point Favorite, UNLV with a 43-40 Victory.

On Coming to Howard University: “It’s not a Football School right now, but It Will Be,” Caylin Newton said last month.

Caylin Newton, who is an Undersized Freshman Quarterback, wasn’t trying to “Just Make Headlines” before the Opening Game Against UNLV. He was speaking as a Matter-of-Fact about his decision to attend a School that had recorded just One Winning Football Season since 2005.

At that time, Caylin had not been named as the Howard Starting Quarterback, although he felt really Confident that the moment would Arrive. He also seemed Confidently Certain that his New School, Howard University, which he selected after not getting any Major Scholarship Offers from any of the Power Five Schools and he also had thought that Howard was ready to take off as a Major Power and soon.

Caylin Newton later became the Starting Quarterback for the Opening Game and this Opening Game went far beyond any Rational Pre-Season Rhetoric. The Sportswriters said that this game was the Biggest Upset of Any Game with a 45-Point Underdog Victory, topping the Stanford Upset win over USC in 2007.

In this Huge Game Against UNLV, Newton (5-11, 185, 4.5) Carried the ball 21 times for 190-Yards and a 9.0-Yards Per Carry Average; and Two Touchdowns. He also threw for 140-Yards and a One-Yard Touchdown Pass, and Converted on a Two-Point Conversion early in the Fourth Quarter to give Howard a 36-33 Lead.

UNLV went back ahead, but Newton scored again on a Four-Yard Touchdown with the Final Points, with 7:34 Left in the Last Quarter. With these Points, Howard, an FCS Team, Shocked the UNLV Rebels, 43-40, to “Pull-Off” the Biggest UPSET Victory in College Football History. 330-Yards of Total Offense

Quad Passing Quarterbacks Of The Week

1. Quarterback Drew Lock (#3) – Missouri

Former Missouri All-American and Heisman Trophy Finalist and Current New Orleans Saints Quarterback Chase Daniel. Daniel Passed for 4,306-Yards and 33 Touchdowns in 2007 and 4,335-Yards and 39 Touchdowns in 2008. Lock also Finished Fourth in the Heisman Trophy Award behind Tim Tebow.

Daniel still holds most of the Missouri Passing Records, but on Saturday, New Super-Star Quarterback Drew Lock grabbed a few of his own Passing Records, as he Completed 21 of 34 Passes for 521-Yards and an Incredible Seven Touchdowns as the Tigers beat Missouri State 72-43 in the season opener.

The previous Touchdown Passing Record was Five Touchdowns, shared by Chase Daniel, Maty Mauk, and Lock. The previous Passing Yardage Record was 480-Yards, set by Jeff Handy against Oklahoma State in 1992.

As Outstanding as it Sounds, the Tigers Scored on the First Play from Scrimmage as Lock threw a “Quick-Flat” Pass Pattern to Johnathon Johnson and Johnson Raced Down the Right Sideline 65-Yards-Zone for the Go-Ahead Touchdown. Lock also Scored on the next two drives, which only Required only Two and Four plays.

Lock Posted one of the Most Incredible Quarterback Ratings with an Unbelievable 252.5 Rating. – 521-Yards Passing

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2. Quarterback Josh Rosen (#3) – UCLA

In his First 25 Pass Attempts, UCLA Quarterback Josh “Chosen” Rosen had averaged 5-Yards per throw and with 24 Minutes Left in the Game Against Texas A&M, he had also been sacked four times and the Aggies were Leading by a 41-10 Score. And then his Bruins erupted. What happened next, You Might Not Believe.

In one of the Most Incredible “Come-Back” Games in NCAA Football History, UCLA Scored Touchdowns on Five Straight Possessions after Trailing the Aggies 44-10 with 4:08 to play in the Third Quarter. Rosen threw Touchdown Passes of 9 and 42-Yards to Darren Andrews and then found Theo Howard on a 16-Yard Touchdown Pass on a “Busted-Play” with only 3:08 Left in the Game.

Then, with 43 Seconds Left in the Game, Rosen Faked a “Spike-Pass” and hit Jordan Lasley in the “Deep-Corner” of the Left End-Zone for the Winning Touchdown to Overcome an Amazing 34-Point Deficit and Beat the Aggies on a Special Sunday Night Game in Los Angeles.

In this Incredible Game, Rosen Completed 35 of 59 Passes for 491-Yards and Four Touchdowns, including the “Fake-Spike” for the Victory. Rosen had an Outstanding 151.6 Quarterback Rating. – 491-Yards Passing

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3. Quarterback Stephen Calvert (#12) – Liberty

Liberty Super-Star Sophomore Quarterback Stephen “Buckshot” Calvert (6-2, 180,) was Absolutely Fabulous in the 48-45 UPSET Victory over the Baylor Bears as he Completed 44 of 60 Passes for 447-Yards and Three Touchdowns.

In this Incredible Opening Game for Calvert, Liberty Set a Big South Conference Single-Game Records for Completions, Attempts, and Passing-Yards. He also threw for a Career-High 447-Yards with Three Touchdowns, Zero Interceptions, and he also Scored a Touchdown on an Eight-Yard Scramble.

His favorite target, Antonio Gandy-Golden, also had an Incredible Performance. Gandy-Golden (6-4, 220) made routinely Catch after Catch with Baylor Defenders all over him, as he Caught 13 Passes for 192-Yards and Two Touchdowns.

Calvert Set a Single-Game Passing Record for the Liberty Flames, with his 447-Yards to Break the Phil Basso Passing Record of 441-Yards against Carson-Newman in 1984. The Sophomore Quarterback also set a new Flames Record with 44 Completions and 60 Passing Attempts.

Liberty was a 45-Point Underdog, but due to the Incredible Performance by Calvert, they UPSET the Bears as he Posted an Awesome 152.4 Quarterback Rating. – 447-Yards Passing 

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4. Quarterback Shea Patterson (#20) – Ole Miss

Ole Miss Sophomore Passing Quarterback Shea Patterson (6-2, 205) was Pretty Sensational on Saturday as he Completed Passes for Four Touchdowns in a 47-27 Victory over South Alabama.

With Ole Miss Super-Star Quarterback Chad Kelly as the Starting quarterback, Patterson was slated to Red-Shirt and Sit-Out in 2016 as a Red-Shirt Freshman. Then, when Kelly Tore his ACL, Patterson became the Starting Quarterback, thus losing his Red-Shirt Freshman Season.

Patterson made his First Start on November 12, 2016, and led the Rebels to a Fabulous Comeback Victory over Texas A&M as he Completed 25-of-42 Passes for 338-Yards and Two Touchdowns. His First Career Touchdown was a Six-Yard Touchdown Pass to Wide Receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow. Later in the game, Patterson cut the Aggie lead to 28-26 when he threw a 32-Yard Touchdown Pass to Van Jefferson with 5:17 Left in the game. The Rebels then went ahead with a 39-yard field goal with only 37 seconds remaining, and the score would hold-on to the 28-26 Victory.

In this 2017 Opening Game, Patterson Completed 28 of 35 Passes for 429-Yards and 4 Touchdowns against South Alabama as The Ole Miss Rebels won the game 47-27. Patterson hit Sophomore WR A.J. Brown, who had 8 Catches for 233 Yards, Setting an Ole Miss School Record, and with Two Touchdowns. The Two Touchdowns by Brown went for an Incredible 71 and 77 yards.

In this Opening Game Victory, Patterson had a Tremendous 220.7 Quarterback Rating. – 429-Yards Passing

Running Back Of The Week

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1. Running Back Damarea Crockett (#16) – Missouri

Super-Star Sophomore Running Back Damarea Crockett of Missouri had an Incredible Game in their Opening Game 72-43 Victory over Missouri State, but he had to Share Honors with Quarterback Drew Lock.

In the Opening Game Victory over Missouri State, Crockett Rushed for an Amazing 202-Yards on 18 Carries and Scored Two Touchdowns, while Averaging an Unbelievable 11.2-Yards Per Carry.

In 2016, as a True Freshman, Crockett Set a Mizzou Freshman Records for Season Rushing-Yards with 1,062-Yards Rushing; Rushing-Yards in a Single Game with 225-Yards; Rushing Touchdowns in a Season with 10; and he Tied the Mizzou School Record with Four Rushing Touchdowns in a Single Game Against Middle Tennessee.

Also in 2016, Crockett Finished the regular season Ranked Sixth in the SEC in Rushing Yards Per Game with 105.8-Yards which was Tops among SEC All Freshmen. His 7.3-Yards Per Carry Ranked Third among all Qualified Rushers in SEC Games and Best Among All Freshmen.

Crockett Ended the 2016 Regular Season ranked First in the Nation among All Freshmen in Rushing with 96.5-Yards Per Game and he was the first SEC True Freshman to Rush for more than 1,000-Yards since Leonard Fournette of LSU and Nick Chubb of Georgia who did it in 2014. – 202-Yards Rushing

Co Wide Receivers Of The Week

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1. Wide Receiver A.J. Brown (#1) – Ole Miss

Ole Miss Super-Star Quarterback Shea Patterson and Sophomore Wide Receiver A.J. Brown were Unbelievable in their 47-27 Victory over South Alabama. They “Hooked-Up” Eight Times for an Amazing for 233 Yards, Setting an Ole Miss School Record, and with Two Touchdowns. The Two Touchdowns by Brown went for an Incredible 71 and 77 yards.

In the Third Quarter “Breakout” for Ole Miss, Brown Caught the Two Touchdown Passes of 71-Yards and 77-Yards. Brown (6-1, 225, 4.5) is a Sophomore from Starkville, Mississippi and he is a “Real Freak” at Receiver, but it is not his Receiving Stats that Make Him Impossible to Cover. His size is Overwhelming, but he Often “Lines-Up” at Slot Receiver, which Automatically Makes him a Mismatch for any Cornerback in the SEC. This Former High School All-American will “Come-Out Early” in 2018 and be a #1 Draft Choice in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Brown offers an Unbelievable Physical Presence Inside Much-Like the Presence of Another Evan Engram had for the Last Couple Years for Ole Miss. On his Second Touchdown Catch, Brown tried to find some open space while Patterson was Scrambling-Around and then Brown Fought-Off a Pair of South Alabama Defenders before making a long run into the end zone.

The Incredible 233-Yards Receiving is an Ole Miss Single Game Record, that broke the Eddie Small Record of 210-Yards from the 1993 Season Against Vanderbilt. – 233-Yards Receiving

2. Wide Receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden (#11) – Liberty

Super-Star Sophomore Wide Receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden had a “Mind-Boggling Game” against the Baylor Bears in their Huge 48-45 UPSET Victory. 

Gandy-Golden (6-4, 220, 4.5, 38, 4.21) Caught 13 Passes for 192-Yards and Two Touchdowns and in most Catches, he had a Baylor Defender all over him.

Gandy-Golden has just put his name on the National Scene with NFL Scouts with this Unbelievable and Incredible Career Game, against one of the Top Teams in the Country. The 192-Yards now Rank as the Fifth-Highest Pass Receiving Yards in the Liberty Flames History.

I Predict that This “Wide Receiver Freak” Will Become One Of The Top NFL Prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft.  – 192-Yards Receiving

Tight End Of The Week

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1. Tight End Caleb Wilson (#81) – UCLA

One of the Most Unbelievable Performances of a Tight End happened in the Saturday UCLA Game Against Texas A&M in Los Angeles. The Story gets even More Incredible.

While the UCLA Victory itself was an Unbelievable and Sensational Victory for the Bruins, they also found an Unbelievable Passing-Connection for their Offense.

Tight end Caleb Wilson, who started his career as a Walk-On at Southern Cal, set the UCLA Single Game Record for Receptions. He had Eight Catches going into the Fourth Quarter for 108-Yards, including a 26-Yard catch-and-run on fourth-and-3 when he “Juked the Defender” at the top of his Pass Route. The Bruins capped the drive with a 16-Yard Touchdown Pass from Josh Rosen to Theo Howard on a ball the Quarterback admitted he was “fully trying to throw away.”

Plays kept going in Favor of UCLA, because most everyone thought that the long pass by Rosen with 8:12 Left in the Game, was going to be an Interception, but it was short. Texas A&M Defensive Back DeShawn Capers-Smith was in perfect position for the pick, but a Miracle Happened when the Ball Fell-Short.

In this Opening Game, Sophomore Tight End Caleb Wilson was “Flat-Outright” Incredible as he came on like “Gang-Busters” as he Caught a “Mind-Boggling” 15 Catches for 208-Yards in the Fantastic Comeback Victory Against Texas A&M. While the Majority of the Scoring came during the Fourth Quarter, Wilson was an Unbelievable Guiding-Force throughout the Entire Game, including the first drive when he made a Huge Catch.

The Domination of Wilson, during the fourth quarter when the game was on the line, was what Hall-of-Famers have been known to Achieve. It also did not matter whether the Texas Aggies Used a Man-To-Man or a Zone-Defense, it did not matter, because Wilson was Unstoppable and Josh Rosen looked for him on almost every passing play.

The Pass-Catches by Wilson kept may of the UCLA drives alive, and continued to move  the Bruins “Within-Striking-Distance of the End-Zone. Wilson was actually Unstoppable when the Offense Needed a “Big-Play” Most.

Wilson has almost already matched his Pass Receiving Totals From 2016 in the Opening Game, he needs only One More Catch and 12-Yards from his 2016 Totals. While Wilson has still not Scored a Touchdown with the UCLA Football Team, that should change relatively soon especially with the Constant Headaches to Defenses. – 208-Yards Receiving

Kick Return Man Of The Week

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1. Kick-Return Man Raymond Calais (#25) – ULL

When was the Last Time that you heard of a Kick-Return Man Return Two Kickoffs for Touchdowns in One Game, but when was the Last Time that you Ever Heard of a Kickoff Return Man Returning Two Kickoffs for a Touchdown in the Very First Quarter? The Answer is Probably None!

UL-Lafayette Super-Star Sophomore Raymond Calais (5-9, 185, 4.31) Set a ULL School-Record with Two Kickoffs for Touchdowns in the Ragin’ Cajuns 51-48 Victory over Southeastern Louisiana at Cajun Field in Lafayette. Calais became the 19th Player in Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) History to Return Two Kickoffs for Touchdowns in a Game and the First since 2014.

In High School, at Cecilia High School, Calais Rushed for 2,681-Yards and Scored 31 Touchdowns as a Senior, after he Rushed for 2,228-Yards and 25 Touchdowns as a Junior. He was Selected as the Class 4A All-State Offensive MVP as a Senior and Named The Baton Rouge Advocate All-Acadiana Offensive MVP in each of his last Two Seasons.

Calais returned the Opening Kickoff and it went for 97-Yards and it ties him for Fourth All-Time with Darryl Surgent Against Oklahoma State on Oct. 8, 2010 and Jason Chery Against North Texas on Oct. 11, 2008.

On his 100-Yard Return, Calais tied a ULL School Record joining Jeryl Brazil Against Texas State on Oct. 10, 2015 and Darryl Surgent Against Kansas State on Sept. 7, 2013. His First Kickoff Return, was the First ULL Kickoff Return since Jeryl Brazil Against Texas State on Oct. 10, 2015.

The Two Kickoff Returns by Calais is the 19th Time in FBS History that Two Kickoffs were Returned for Touchdowns in the Same Game and the Last One was Oct. 5, 2013 by Texas State vs UL Louisiana.

In the Game, Calais Returned Four Kickoffs for 229-Yards and Two Touchdowns of 97-Yards and 100-Yards.  229-Yards on Kickoffs

WEEK ONE NOTES: To be Eligible for an MVP Berth, the Team of the MVP has got to be on the Winning Team.

WEEK ONE HIGHLIGHTS: Includes Three Players that were Involved on a Team that had One of the Biggest and Greatest Upsets in NCAA History and Two Players that were Involved in one of the Greatest Come-From-Behind Victories in NCAA History.


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New Orleans Saints Are Loaded With New Players For The 2017 Football Season! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

New Orleans Saints Are Loaded With New Players For The 2017 Football Season!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

I watched the entire Pre-Season New Orleans Saints Game against the Houston Texans and it looks like to me that the Saints are Loaded on both Offense and Defense for the Up-Coming 2017 Football Season.

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Everyone knows that Drew Brees (#9) is one of the best Quarterbacks in the NFL, and Headed for NFL Hall of Fame. Then, in the Off-Season, the Saints picked-up both Free Agents in Adrian Peterson and Ted Ginn, Jr. Peterson is a Future NFL Hall of Fame Running Back and All-Purpose Guy Ginn will always be the Fastest and most explosive Player on the Football Field.

And then, there is Former Heisman Trophy Running Back Mark Ingram. Both Peterson and Ingram did not play in the First Two Pre-Season Games, but they both have the Ability and Potential to Gain over 1,000 or More Yards in the 2017 Season.

So now, the Saints have a Great Quarterback, Two Great Running Backs, and one Great All-Purpose Slot Receiver. In this Pre-Season Game Against the Texans, Ginn was the Impressive Super-Star with Brees, but other Wide Receivers, including DeAndre Hopkins, Will Fuller and Braxton Miller did not play, because of Injuries.

On the Very First Play of the Game, Ginn (5-11, 180, 4.28) took a Handoff, on a Reverse and it looked-like he would be tackled for a loss or at best, not be able to Gain any yards, but with a couple of Unbelievable-Moves, Ginn Faked a Couple of All-NFL Players, out of their shoes and then “Cutback” and crossed the field, and then Gained 24-Yards. The 24-Yard Gain might not sound that Great, but it still might be the Best Yards Gained on that same Reverse in Several Years. In Fact, in 2015, the Saints ran the same exact Reverse Play a Total of 7 times for less than a 24-Yards Total.

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I thought that the Unbelievable 24-Yard Gain on the Reverse by Ginn (#19) was the Most Impressive Play of The Game. Ginn was Signed as a Free Agent by the Saints to replace Brandon Cooks who had run that same Reverse Play many times in the last Three Years and with no Significant Total Yardage. Ginn can play Slot Receiver or Wide Receiver and also Return Kickoffs and Punts. On another play against the Texans, Ginn caught a Screen Pass for a 14-Yard Gain. Remember that Ginn (10.2 in 100 Meters) is Going to be the Fastest Player on the Field in Every Game that he Plays-In.

In the Texans Game, Ginn Caught Three of Four Passes for 26-Yards and also Rushed once for 24-Yards and returned two punts for 16-Yards.  The Former Ohio State Speedster is going to a Starting Receiver in the Saints Passing Offense, which will give him a Really Great Chance of Improving his 54 Catches for 752-Yards in 16 Games with the Panthers in 2016.

It’s a Great Feeling for all of the Saints Fans is that although the Defense has Struggled in the last few years, it looks like the 2017 Saints will have some new Rookie Defensive Super-Stars. Against the Texans, this New Defense, highlighted by the three Rookie Defensive Super-Stars including Marshon Lattimore, Marcus Williams, and Alex Anzalone will obviously help the Offense to Win NFL Games.

The New Orleans Saints Defense Shut-Out the Houston Texans in a 13-0 victory at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Saturday. In this Victory, the Saints Recorded Four Quarterback Sacks and one Interception in a Very Impressive and Dominating Performance. Those Three Rookies, Marshon Lattimore, Marcus Williams, and Alex Anzalone were all over the Field and they looked Very Impressive with the starters.

The Saints Defense put a lot of pressure on Texan Quarterbacks Tom Savage and Rookie Super-Star Deshaun Watson and they Struggled to move the ball for the entire Game.

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HAARP Is A Tremendous Weapon of Mass Destruction! By Max Emfinger American Patriot

By Max Emfinger, American Patriot

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It’s obvious that Most of The American People have not got a Clue about the Ramifications of HAARP and how it has been Used and Misused by our Government and in Particular, the Past Barack Hussein Obama Administration.

Hurricane Henry came out of “Absolutely Nowhere” and that is Exactly like HAARP Acts and The American People are not even Asking Questions. On August 25, the Exact Day that Hurricane Henry Started, I Tweeted the Following Tweet:

“You are not Fooling me , because I know you and your Cronies are behind this Severe .”

HAARP is a Weapon of Mass Destruction! It’s the largest Ionospheric Heater In The World and it is capable of heating a 1000-Square Kilometer Area of the Ionosphere to over 50,000 Degrees. It’s capable of being Steer-Able and those waves can be directed to any selected target area anywhere else in the World. What they have also found is that by sending a Radio Frequency energy up and focusing it, as they do with these kinds of instruments, it causes a heating effect. And that heating literally lifts the Ionospheric Heating within a 30-Mile Diameter Area therein changing localized pressure systems or perhaps the route of Jet Streams.

Moving a Jet Stream is a phenomenal event in terms of man being able to do this. The problem is that we cannot model the system adequately. Long term consequences of atmospheric heating are unknown, but Changing The Weather in one place can have a Devastating Downstream Effect and that is one reason why there has been so much Drastic Weather Changes in 2013, 2014and now in 2017 with Hurricane Henry in Corpus Christi, Texas which is the Worst Hurricane since 2005. This is why HAARP has been accused of Totally Modifying and Changing the Current Weather.

The real scary part about HAARP is that it is so Secretive and with The Obama Administration; they would do anything and everything to make “Severe Changes” in the Weather to Disrupt the Current Situations and the American People were NEVER aware of anything about it.

A few Years ago, Former Secretary of State John Kerry talked about the Dangers of Climate Change and he was quoted as saying that Climate Change can be compared to “A Weapon of Mass Destruction” but what Kerry failed to mention is that the Obama Administration was actually responsible and Might Still be Controlling the most recent Weapon of Mass Destruction” and that being Massive Climate Change with HAARP. It is also the main reason why we had so much Horrible Weather in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016.

When Obama was President, if the Liberal Fake Media” and American People were talking about the Horrible Weather, then they were not probably talking about another one of his Scandals and that was one of the main reasons, because if everyone was talking about the Bad Weather; then they were not Trying To Prove his Crooked and Criminal Theory of Climate Change.

Obama Created the Matthew Hurricane on the East Coast to turn The American People away from what was really happening, including the Current Debates and The  Up-Coming Election; Plus he has just Put-Together another Climate Control Deal with the United Nations. I am sure that most of the American People were not even aware of this Climate Control Change Deal, and that Obama Controlled The Weather with HAARP.

HAARP is not a Conspiracy Theory, because in 1999The European Union labeled The HAARP Program as a “Global Concern” and then passed a resolution calling for more information on its health and environmental risks. Despite those concerns, the HAARP Officials still insist the program is nothing more than a radio science research facility.

Though denied by HAARP Officials, some very respected researchers say that Secret Electromagnetic Warfare capabilities of HAARP are designed to forward the US Military Goal of achieving a Full-Weather Control and Dominance” by 2020. A Few years ago, with Obama in charge, there was a Facist Thug that Murdered a Chemtrail Scientist after he went on a National Radio Show and explained that the Chemtrails were from Poisonous Gas from the Airplanes by Obama and the Deep State to Poison the American People and that it Really Effects us in our daily life.

In the early 2000’s, the United States Air Force released a Fact Sheet that stated to US Congress that they used HAARP to Manage the Ionosphere and to be able To Control The Weather by 2025.

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Major aspects of the program are kept secret for alleged National Security Reasons, but there is little doubt that HAARP and their Electromagnetic Weapons are capable of being used in Warfare, along with starting Earthquakes, Tornadoes,  Hurricanes, and Tsunamis. According to the HAARP Offical Website: HAARP is a Scientific Endeavor aimed at studying the properties and behavior of the Ionosphere, with particular emphasis on being able to understand and used to enhance communications and surveillance systems for both Civilian and Defense Purposes.  The Ionosphere is the delicate upper layer of our atmosphere which ranges from 30 to 600 miles above the Surface of the Earth.

This Scientific Essay has been dedicated with caring and compassion to the many victims who suffered and died in the massive Japan and Haiti  Earthquakes, Indonesian Tsunami, Oklahoma Tornadoes, and also in Hurricane Katrina. In the HAARP Patent, it stated that The HAARP Program was not Developed for research only, but also for Military Purposes in Controlling the Weather.

Dr. Bernard Eastland Created HAARP and in 1988 said: “The Basic Concept is to build a very Large Antennae, then to utilize a large amount of power and to beam those Radio Waves up into the Upper AtmosphereHAARP can Change the Weather, Disrupt Communications Worldwide, and Destroy or Deflect a Missile Attack; and much much more. HAARP is run by the United States Army, Navy, and Air Force and with the HAARP Program, we have already changed the Temperature of the Ionosphere and raised it by hundreds of degrees in our experiments.”

The Obama Administration fully  acknowledged that The HAARP was built with a Massive Array of Antennas in Alaska and with the Capability of Disturbing the Ionosphere exactly as described in the patent. Electromagnetic Weapons pack an invisible wallop hundreds of times more powerful than the electrical current in a lightning bolt. One can blast Enemy Missiles Out of the Sky, another could be used to Blind Soldiers on the Battlefield, and still another could be used to Control an Unruly Crowd by burning the surface of their skin. If detonated over a large city, an Electromagnetic Weapon could Destroy all Eectronics in Seconds.

The United States Department of Defense has said that if the project had been completed before the end of the war, it could have played a role as effective as that of the Atom Bomb. Details of the Tsunami Bomb, known as Project Seal, are contained in the 53-year-old documents released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.” If the U.S. Military secretly developed a Secret Weapon which could cause a Tsunami over half a century ago, what kind of Advanced Deadly Weapons could they have available today? And why is it that The American People still do not know anything about these Secret Weapons that were developed over 50 years ago?

The U.S. Military definitely has the capability to cause Earthquakes, TornadoesHurricanes, and TsunamisIt’s time for The American People Need to Wake-Up. With The Obama Administration in Charge, we The American People Never Knew what was going on with HAARPGate. Now with Our New President, Donald Trump, we should be able to get to the Bottom of it, but there is still a problem and that is that The Obama Deep State Cronies are Still in Charge of HAARP and we are Still Going to Have to Drain The Swamp.

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The Recruiting World Has Always Been Weird, And LSU Has Another Super Running Back. By Super Scout Max Emfinger

The Recruiting World Has Always Been Weird, And LSU Has Another Super Running Back!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

I have been involved in the Recruiting World for 45 Years, incidentally that is the same Length of time of my Marriage, and I have always known that Football Recruiting is Really Weird. With this in mind, the 2017 Signing of another Super-Star All-American Running Back by LSU, in Clyde Edwards-Helaire, is either Really Weird or Really Being Dominant in Recruiting still another Potential All-American Running Back, because they all can not be Starters until they get their chance.

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Following the First LSU Scrimmage, Coach Ed Orgeron (In Photo) mentioned that Freshman Running Back Clyde Edwards-Helaire had “Broke-Off” three Great Long Runs of 60-Yards or more during the First Full-Pads of Practice and said that he was “The Surprise of Camp” as a Freshman.

“This is certainly not a surprise to me,” said Derrius Guice as we have known each other for a long time and have Cheered-On each other ever since PeeWee Football. He will show everyone that he belongs here and it is my job to get him prepared as a Freshman, just like it was at Catholic High School and now, again at LSU.”

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Orgeron also Praised Edwards-Helaire (#32) for his Great Ability to Make-Defenders miss him and for his Great Vision on the Football Field. He still has a long-way to go, but if Past History has shown us anything, it is that it worked for Guice and it could also work for Edwards-Helaire.

As the LSU Tigers just Graduated an NFL #1 Draft Choice in Running Back Leonard Fournette and has another Potential #1 Running Back, Derrius Guice, already a Heisman Trophy Candidate For The LSU Tigers; but still another Potential All-American Running Back has Emerged.

In 2014, Fournette was a Freshman Starter and he was Selected to the Freshman All-SEC Team. Then in 2015, as a Sophomore, Fournette was a Consensus First Team All-American, while Freshman Guice and Darrel Williams, got hardly any Playing-Time.

Then in 2016, and being Hailed as The Heisman Trophy Favorite, Fournette got Injured, giving Guice and Williams a Chance to become the Super “Go-To” Running Back and “The Guice” took Full Advantage of the Miracle and a Chance to Play.

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It’s Pretty Unbelievable, that a Major College Football Team could have a Heisman Trophy Candidate at the Same Running Back Position for Three Consecutive Years, but after having Leonard Fournette (#7) as a Heisman Trophy Candidate in 2015 and again in 2016, the LSU Tigers will have another Heisman Trophy Candidate at Running Back in Guice (#5) in 2017. In High School, Fournette and Guice were the “Best Players” on the Football Field in Every Single Game, that they Played-In and Obviously they have been the “Best Player on the Football Field” in College.

At the End of the 2016 Football Season, Guice might have been the best Running Back in the Entire Country; but the LSU Power Running Game will again be there in 2017, but it always has been more Successful with two Super-Star Running Backs and Darrel Williams (6-1, 233, 4,52, 4.18), who is another Super-Freak Running Back is also “Looking Forward” to the 2017 Football Season, so he can “Break-Loose” and Show Everyone how Great he is.

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Darrel Williams (#28) from his New Orleans John Ehret High School was a Four-Star Super Two-Way Recruit who had 2,201-Yards Rushing and 30 Touchdowns in his 2014 Senior Season to prove that he could become a Great College Running Back and many schools, including LSU, were Recruiting Him To Play that position.

When I saw Williams Play in High School, I thought he was a Super-Freak at Running Back and in the Game I saw, he also Played Linebacker on Defense. I Remember that Williams (6-1, 232, 4.52, 4.18) Ran a 4.4 Forty in High School and was a Super Fast Running Back, who like Fournette and Guice, were the Fastest Players on the Field in Every Single Game Played. If he can get his Weight Down to the “Old Darrel” Self, he Could be Sensational Again, like at John Ehret.

Williams would Out-Run most Defenders, but he was a “Stand-Up” Beast-Runner who would Run-Over any Defender who got in his way. Some Coaches Felt that he would become a Fullback at LSU, but I think he could become a Great Running Back if he did not have Fournette and Guice in his way.

So now, Williams has to Contend with not only another Heisman Trophy Candidate, but now, another Super-Star Freshman in Clyde Edwards-Helaire (5-8, 210, 4.33, 39.5, 4.1, 128) of Baton Rouge Catholic and Former High School Teammate of Guice.

The Two Incumbent Running Back Reserves behind Guice saw little action in 2016. Senior Darrel Williams rushed for 233-Yards, while Junior Nick Brossette only gained 145-Yards. With this Outstanding “Surprise of the Camp” this Fall, Clyde Edwards-Helaire (#22 in Photo, but #32 in the Fall) could “Leapfrog Over Both of Them” for LSU Second-Team, behind Guice.



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The LSU Super-Freak Derrius Guice Story is One of the Most Incredible in College Football History! By Super Scout Max Emfinger


The LSU Derrius Guice Story is One of the Most Incredible in College Football!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

One of the Most Incredible Running Back Stories in the History of College Football is the Story of LSU Running Back Derrius Guice. I saw him play as a Senior in High School for Baton Rouge Catholic and I thought that he was a Super-Freak, but I also knew that he Obviously was an LSU Fan.

Then when Guice (#5) Committed to LSU, who already had Two other Super Running Back Freaks in Freshman Super-Star Leonard Fournette of New Orleans St Augustine, Louisiana and another Potential Super-Star in Darrel Williams of Marrero John Ehret, Louisiana. I saw all Three Running Back Freaks Play in High School, but if they are all on the Same Team, only one of them could be the Starting Running Back.

Fournette was a Freshman Starter and he was Selected to the Freshman All-SEC Team. Then in 2015, as a Sophomore, Fournette was a Consensus First Team All-American, while Freshman Guice and Williams, hardly got any Playing-Time.

Then in 2016, and being Hailed as The Heisman Trophy Favorite, Fournette got Injured, giving Guice and Williams a Chance to become the Super “Go-To” Running Back and “The Guice” took Full Advantage of the Miracle and a Chance to Play.

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It’s Pretty Unbelievable, that a Major College Football Team could have a Heisman Trophy Candidate at the Same Running Back Position for Three Consecutive Years, but after having Leonard Fournette as a Heisman Trophy Candidate in 2015 and again in 2016, LSU will have another Heisman Trophy Running Back Candidate in Guice (#5 in Photo) in 2017. In High School, Fournette and Guice were theBest Players” on the Football Field in Every Single Game, that they Played-In and Obviously they have been the “Best Player on the Football Field” in College.

I met Fournette after his Fabulous High School Freshman Football Season in which he Rushed for an Incredible 2,500-Yards and Scored 30 Touchdowns. Also, Fournette became the First HS Freshman Football Player to be offered a Scholarship by the LSU Tigers, and he Finished his High School Career with an Amazing 7,619-Yards Rushing and 88 Touchdowns.

After Signing with LSU, Fournette became a Household Name” during his Freshman Season when he Rushed for 1,034-Yards and Scored 10 Touchdowns. Then in 2015, the Tigers started off with a 7-0 Record and they were Ranked in the Top 5 in the Country, with Fournette leading the way as their Heisman Trophy Candidate, as he Finished with 1,953-Yards Rushing, 23 Touchdowns, and an Incredible 162.75 Yards Per Game, in 12 Games.

Heading into the 2016 Football Season, most all of the talk was whether or not Fournette would Sit-Out to preserve himself for the 2017 NFL Draft. Unfortunately, Fournette decided to play and it was Riddled By Nagging Injuries, but an Unbelievable New Super-Star Emerged for the LSU Tigers.

And here is where one of the Most Incredible Running Back Stories in College Football Began. For the first time in the 2016 season, LSU Sophomore Super-Star Running Back Derrius Guice Showed to the College Football World who he Was and What he could do with a Football, as he was Awarded as the Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week AwardGuice (5-11, 212, 4.36, 36, 4.26) is the Eighth LSU Football Player since 2004 to earn this National Award, the last being Leonard Fournette in the 2015 Football Season

Then On Thanksgiving Night, in front of a National Television Audience against Texas A&M, Guice Finished his Sophomore Regular Season with a “Mind-Boggling” Game as he Set an LSU Single-Game School Rushing Record with an Incredible 285-Yards Rushing, as he Carried the Football an Amazing 37-Times, and Four Touchdowns, while Averaging 7.7-Yards Per Carry.

LSU Defeated the Aggies 54-39 in in a Very Loud and Very Partial Kyle Football Field with Guice Leading-The-Way, LSU was able to Accumulate an Unbelievable 622-Yards of Total Offense, in what Most Football Scouts and LSU Football Fans Believe is a Great Preview of the 2017 Football Season.

In the game against Texas A&M, Guice scored Touchdowns on runs of 45, 45, 6, and 1-Yard in the Win. Guice is now one of only Four Players in SEC History to have Multiple 250-Yard Games in a Single Season, joining Hall-Of-Fame Super Running Backs, Bo Jackson, Herschel Walker, and Moe Williams.

In the game against Texas A&M, Guice scored Touchdowns on runs of 45, 45, 6, and 1-Yard in the Win. Guice is now one of only Four Players in SEC History to have Multiple 250-Yard Games in a Single Season, joining Hall-Of-Fame Super Running Backs, Bo Jackson, Herschel Walker, and Moe Williams.

Guice Averaged 9.0-Yards Per Carry behind Fournette in the 2015 and 2016 Seasons and in 2016, he also Averaged 7.6-Yards Per Carry and 16 Touchdowns on an LSU Football Team that did not even Highlight Him as a Running Back. Guice is a Very Strong and Very Powerful Running Back and a Definite Forerunner for The Heisman Trophy Award and he will be Running Behind a Very Athletic and Very Experienced Offensive Line.

At the End of the 2016 Football Season, The New Super-Star, Derrius Guice wasn’t only the best Running Back on his own LSU Football Team; but he just might have been the best Running Back in the Entire Country.

The LSU Power Running Game will again be there in 2017, but it always has been more Successful Two Super-Star Running Backs and Darrel Williams (6-1, 233, 4,52, 4.18), who is another Super-Freak Running Back who rushed for 233-Yards and Three Touchdowns in 2016 and who is “Looking Forward” to the 2017 Football Season, so he can “Break-Loose” and Show Everyone how Great he is.

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In the Off-Season, LSU Potential Super-Star Running Back Darrel Williams (#28) is trying to Get-Back to his “Old Darrel Self” from his Glorious John Ehret Days. The “Old Darrel” was a Four-Star Super Two-Way Recruit who had 2,201-Yards Rushing and 30 Touchdowns in his 2014 Senior Season at John Ehret to prove that he could become a Great College Running Back and not a Linebacker as many schools, including LSU, were Recruiting Him To Play at first.

When I saw Williams Play in High School, I thought he was a Super-Freak at Running Back and in the Game I saw, he also Played Linebacker on Defense. I Remember that Williams (6-1, 232, 4.52, 4.18) Ran a 4.4 Forty in High School and was a Super Fast Running Back, who like Fournette and Guice, were the Fastest Players on the Field in Every Single Game Played. If he can get his Weight Down to the “Old Darrel” Self, he Could be Sensational Again, like at John Ehret.

Williams would Out-Run most Defenders, but he was a “Stand-Up” Beast-Runner who would Run-Over any Defender who got in his way. Some Coaches Felt that he would become a Fullback at LSU, but I think he could become a Great Running Back if he did not have Fournette and Guice in his way.

Williams had over 25 Offers, including some of the Top College Football Teams in the Country. Some of his Offers included Arizona State, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Houston, Indiana, Kansas State, ULL, Louisiana Tech, Memphis, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, Southern Miss, Tennessee, Tulane, Utah, Vandy, and Wisconsin.

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Guice will Join Wide Receiver D.J. Clark (#82) of Alexander, Louisiana and Super Senior Defensive Tackle Christian LaCouture (6-4, 301, 5.07) of Lincoln Southwest, Nebraska that will be Traveling to the SEC Media Days with Good Friend and Head Coach Ed Orgeron. Fournette, a First Round Draft Choice and #4 Overall Selection of The Jacksonville Jaguars, Appeared at the SEC Media Days in both 2015 and 2016, but Guice, along with Coach Ed Orgeron (In Photo Below With Guice), will become the Two Super-Stars at the 2017 Media Days.

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Clark (6-3, 187, 4.34) from Alexander, Louisiana is also another Potential Super-Star for the LSU Tigers.  Clark is an Extremely Explosive and Speedy Wide Receiver who “Can-Score” anytime that he “Touches the Football” and he will be the LSU “Go-To” Receiver in 2017. With his Great Combination of Great Speed, Great Pass Route-Running, and Tremendous Pass-Catching Abilities makes him one of the Best Wide Receivers in the Country in College Football.

Clark is also a Very Versatile Athlete and he is the Only LSU Player in LSU History To Score on a Running Play and a Passing Play of 75-Yards or More. He Scored on an Incredible 79-Yard Touchdown Run in his “First-Career-Touch” in the 2015 Texas Bowl Victory over Texas Tech and then he Caught an 80-Yard Touchdown Pass against Southern Miss in 2016.

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In his Career, Clark (#7) has 26 Career Receptions for 466-Yards and Three Touchdowns and has Added Another 201-Yards Rushing and Three More Touchdowns. Clark also has a Career Average of 17.1-Yards Per Touch with 39 Total Touches for 667-Yards.  In order to Completely Utilize his Versatility, Clark has just Changed his Jersey Number from #82 for the Last Two Seasons to #7 for the 2017 Season, in the Photo Above. Clark also has Averaged a Great 17.9-Yards Per Catch.


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