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College Gridiron Showcase Week 5 Standouts and Studs

Kentel Williams – RB – Austin Peay State University – He was the player of the week this week. He rushed 24 times for 174 yards and 2 touchdowns in a monster upset over Jacksonville State. I am a huge fan of the Knoxville, Tennessee native. He runs hard and looks like a great fit for the CGS All-Star Event. 

CLASS Senior
HT/WT 6′ 0″, 190 lbs
HOMETOWN Knoxville, TN

Omar Bayless, WR, Arkansas State – I have to add him to this list for the second time this year.  Bayless is a big target who is dominating the FBS right now.  He finished this week against Troy with 10 receptions for 213 yards and 1 touchdown.  That brings his yearly total to 689 yards receiving and 7 touchdowns. This kid is special.

Kevin Davidson, QB, Princeton – Player of the Week? If we are looking at statistics, Davidson has to be in the running. I mean the 6040 Danville, California native went 29-37 for 381 yards and 7 touchdown passes. Are you kidding me? Add in the fact he is smart enough to play for Princeton and you have yourself a stud. 

CLASS Senior
HT/WT 6′ 4″, 225 lbs
HOMETOWN Danville, CA

Michael Lawrence, WR, North Texas – The Senior wide out from Sweetwater, Texas had a good game this week.  He finished the game with 120 yards receiving on 9 receptions. Lawrence is a good possession wide receiver and reminds me of Julian Edelman.  He has 261 yards on the year and only 1 touchdown.

Bryce Perkins, QB, Virginia – I am a big fan of this kid. He is 6030 and weighs 215 pounds.  He had a pretty pass to the corner of the endzone this week. Perkins is a player I love and hope can make it to the College Gridiron Showcase.  He finished this week against Notre Dame throwing for 334 yards and two touchdowns. 

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