Darryl McCleskey, RB, EKU – This week McCleskey was a dog running the ball. The scat back from Dayton Ohio finished they day with 202 yards rushing and 1 touchdown. He finished with only 16 carries, which is pretty impressive. Eastern Kentucky dominated Tennessee State.
|HT/WT||5′ 9″, 190 lbs|
Marquis Spence, WR, Merrimack – The former Division 2 football team has a pretty impressive wide out in Spence. Spence went off this week catching 16 passes for 175 yards. Spence has great size and is tough to cover because of his route running ability.
|HT/WT||6′ 0″, 185 lbs|
Charlie Fessler, WR, Richmond – ERIE, PA stand up! Fessler is a big target at 6040 and he hauled in one touchdown reception to go along with his 150 yards. He finished the day with 8 receptions and this kid can go up and get the ball. I am a fan of his.
|HT/WT||6′ 4″, 220 lbs|
Milo Hall, RB, Northern Colorado – Milo has been on my list more than once. He is a hard runner that reminds me of Maurice Jones-Drew. He is small but he can run you over and is an every down back for Northern Colorado. He carried the ball 39 times and rushed for 135 yards and 1 touchdown.
|HT/WT||5′ 8″, 190 lbs|
Andrew Griffin, WR, Princeton – Davidson’s favorite target was Andrew Griffin. Griffin is a 6010 wide out from Indiana who had a hell of a game. He finished the game with 200 yards receiving and four touchdowns on just 9 receptions. The kid was a touchdown machines this week.
|HT/WT||6′ 1″, 210 lbs|
Karekin Brooks, RB, Penn – Brooks had a huge game this week going for 200 plus on the ground. The 5110, senior back from Marietta, Georgia went off this week. He was tearing it up this week and finished with 202 yards on 29 carries and scored twice.
|HT/WT||5′ 11″, 205 lbs|
Earnest Edwards, WR, Maine was a must add for me. I am originally from Buffalo, New York and when you hear about a local kid tearing it up, I believe you have to shine some light on him. The Rochester, NY native had a great game finishing with 4 receptions for 140 yards and 1 touchdown. Good work fam!
|HT/WT||5′ 10″, 175 lbs|
Connell Young, RB, WCU – Western Carolina may have fallen short this week but it was not because of Young. Young went off for 217 yards rushing on just 24 carries. Young was the only one able to get things going, but it was not enough to get the win.
|HT/WT||6′ 0″, 210 lbs|
Antoine Custer – RB – Eastern Washington – I am a fan of Custer, because he can dominate at the FCS level. This week he scored three times, and finished with 134 yards rushing on just 28 carries. Custer has been on our list before because he is a talented player. Keep it up Antoine.
|HT/WT||5′ 9″, 190 lbs|
Dream Bowl Sleeper Alert:
- College of Idaho Defense – C of I defense recorded 10 sacks and 17 total tackles for loss – limiting Rocky to 121 yards of total offense in their first-ever win in the Magic City.
- Western Oregon’s Ty Currie accounts for all five touchdowns running for three and throwing for two more.
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