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Dream Bowl Dominance – Week 4 players who caught the eye of our scouts

The Dream Bowl is coming up soon in January and these players caught the eyes of our scouts. Check it out!

Logan Marchi – Sacred Heart – QB – The 6000 gunslinger from Winsted, Connecticut had a solid game. He threw 33 passes completing 25 of them.  He finished with 3 passing touchdowns and 375 yards through the air. He is a little short at 6000 but he has a great arm.  This is his third game of the year he has thrown for more than 300 yards as well. 

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Nathan Stewart – WR – Sam Houston State – The 6000 wide out from Dallas, Texas is a speedster and he had a huge week.  Stewart could become the third player in FCS history to hit the 1,000 yard mark four years of his career.  This week he helped himself by catching 9 balls for 187 yards and three touchdowns this week against Incarnate Word.
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Josh Pearson – WR – Jacksonville State – The massive wide out from Decatur, Alabama is off to a huge start in 2019.  He has 308 yards and 5 touchdowns in four weeks.  He had a monster game this week against North Alabama going for 149 yards on seven receptions and scoring three touchdowns. This kid has an NFL frame, and teams are paying attention.

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Brady Davis – QB – Illinois State –  I am a big fan of quarterback Brady Davis.  The Illinois State quarterback went off this week against Northern Arizona.  He threw for 419 yards and had two touchdowns passing on 33 attempts.  He completed 22 of those passes and looked like a super hero.  I am a Brady fan, keep it up kid.

HT/WT6′ 4″, 210 lbs

Harold Coles – RB – Cornell – The Erie, PA native went off this week against Marist. He finished the game with 127 yards rushing on just 16 carries.  He scored one touchdown but I am a fan of his. He has great size and speed at the running back position. Six foot running backs are fun to watch, especially when they run North like he does!

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Drew Estrada – WR – Dartmouth – This week the 6000 wide out from Argyle, Texas had a huge game.  In their first game, against Jacksonville University Drew hauled in 6 receptions for 104 yards and 2 touchdowns including 3 rushes for 79 yards including a pretty 62 yard run.  Estrada is a game changer!

HT/WT6′ 0″, 190 lbs

Matthew Gonzalez – TE –  Robert Morris University – Lakewood, Ohio is the hometown of MattMattGonzo the legendary tight end from Robert Morris University, who is tearing up the NEC.  He stands at 6030, weighs 230 pounds and had 3 receptions this week for 126 yards.  He is a tough player and an All-American.

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Bronson Rechsteiner, RB, Kennesaw State – Do you remember the Steiner Brothers in wrestling?  Rick Steiner is Bronson’s dad and he has to be pumped up after this week’s performance. Bronson the 6000, 230 pounds running back for KSU rushed for a school-record 221 yards and a touchdown on just 10 carries.  This kid is a hard runner and he looked great this week!

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Reid Sinnett – QB – San Diego  Redshirt Senior quarterback Reid Sinnett had a great day this week against Harvard.  He ended the day with 384 yards passing and three touchdowns on just 30 attempts.  He completed 22 of those passes to finish with a 73.3 completion percentage.  The Johnston, Iowa native looked like a true threat this week.

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Kaylon Johnson – RB – Central Methodist – I have to give this young man some love.  The senior back from Central Methodist is being coached by a former Draft Diamond in Tyler Davis, and he had himself a game. Johnson is a scat back from Memphis who went off for 205 yards on the ground this week.  I am happy for him, keep it up KJ!

C.J. Jefferson – DB – Arkansas Monticello – I want to give it up to a guy I just interviewed because he had himself a great game this week against NWOSU.  Jefferson finished the game with 2 interceptions this week, and it is hard to get just one pick.  So congrats bro!

Darius Williams – DB – Carson Newman – The starting safety for Carson Newman had a great game week three, racking up 12 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and 1 sack. Williams can play multiple positions which makes him so valuable. Remember his name!

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