James Morgan, QB, Florida International University – FIU fell short to Louisiana Tech this week, but let’s give it up to Senior quarterback James Morgan. Morgan a Green Bay, Wisconsin native had a huge week throwing for 394 yards and two touchdowns. He stands at 6040 and weighs 213 pounds and he looked great. He completed 70.7 percent of his passes but it was not enough to get passed Tech.
Marvin Kinsey Jr, RB, Colorado State University – I believe in giving credit where credit is due, and Kinsey was a beast this week rumbling for 246 rushing yards against Toledo. He scored twice and averaged 10.7 yards a carry. Kinsey Jr. is a stud, he stands at 6010 and runs extremely hard. I like this kid a lot!
Devin Duvernay, WR, Texas – Duvernay had a solid game this week in a the win over Oklahoma State. The speedy wide out from Sachse, Texas brought in 12 receptions for 108 yards and 1 touchdowns. Duvernay looked like a very good possession wide receiver and has explosiveness.
Scotty Washington, WR, Wake Forest – His new nickname is SCOTTY TOO HOTTY because he delivered this week. The DC native looked like a he was stunting on Elon like he was from South East. He stands at 6050 and I love this kid. Wake Forest blasted Elon, and Washington had a crazy game averaging 15.7 yards a reception to include 2 touchdowns. He finished the game with 141 yards on 9 receptions.
Evan Weaver, LB, California – Weaver has been a beast this year for the Golden Bears. The 6030 linebacker from Spokane, Washington has been everywhere on defense. He finished with 22 tackles and a half sack against Ole Miss this week. He now has 40 solo tackles on the season. He has 22 assists as well, which after four games he leads the NCAA with 62 tackles.
Jace Whittaker, CB, Arizona – The 5110 defensive back from Oceanside, California was a beast this week against UCLA. He finished the game with 9 tackles and had 3 interceptions. That ties the number of interceptions he had last year. Arizona is playing well right now and Whittaker looked great this week against UCLA.