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College Gridiron Showcase Week 3 Standouts and Studs

The Liberty Flames have a wide out by the name of Antonio Gandy-Golden who looks like a future NFL super star.

Antonio Gandy Golden – Liberty WR – Leads all seniors in receiving yards. Tore up Buffalo this week scoring two of the four Liberty touchdowns. Gandy Golden finished with 8 receptions for 174 yards, including two spectacular catches, one where he went over his defender.  This kid is special.

Jaylond Adams, Return Man, Southern Miss – Return man for Southern Miss maybe one of the fastest players I have ever watched on film. He returned the ball last week at the 20 yard line and scored a touchdown that was 80 yards in less than 10 seconds.  Get this he was juking and running diagonal as well. He maybe the fastest player in college football right now.  He has wheels.

Patrick Nelson- SMU Safety – Nelson was a dog racking up three sacks this week against Texas State. Nelson is a hybrid safety/linebacker.  Last year he racked up 65 total tackles, 6 tackles for loss and only 1.5 sacks.  This year after a couple games he already has doubled his sack total.  I like this kid and he reminds me of Deone Bucannon.

Chandler Kryst – Coastal Carolina DB – Kryst is leading the NCAA in interceptions.  He had another pick this week against Norfolk State and had two last week against Kansas in a huge upset. Kryst was named the Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week last week against Kansas and this week he continued to impress.

Jalen Hurts – Oklahoma QB  – Hurts is special, he does not throw the ball 50 times in a game and he does not need too.  He is super accurate and has thrown the ball only 61 times this year, completed 49 passes and 9 of them went for touchdowns.  He is averaging three passing tds a game and he can kill you with his feet as well.  Get this he has not thrown an interception yet either. 

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