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Dream Bowl Dominance: Week 8 players who caught the eye of our scouts

Dream Bowl is approaching and these players had a great week 8.

Reid Harrison-Ducros, CB, Duquesne – Yes, I am going to put him on my list. We recently invited Reid to our All-Star game and we were super impressed with his ball hawking skills. He has three picks on the season and he finished with 2 interceptions yesterday. He was a beast in the secondary.

Kevin Davidson, QB, Princeton – Another week where the Ivy League gunslinger throws the ball for 5 touchdowns. Davidson is a guy we want at the Dream Bowl, and he had a huge game. He went 27-35 for 379 yards and five touchdowns. This kid is special.

Aaron Winchester, QB, Central Connecticut State University – I have to give this kid some credit. He is a dual threat quarterback and this week he was impressive. He finished the week passing 13-19 for 228 yards and 2 touchdowns and also added another 161 on the ground on 10 carries scoring two more touchdowns.

Sirgeo Hoffman, RB, Portland State – The senior wide out from Gresham, Oregon had a game. He tore it up running for 221 yards and two touchdowns on 28 carries. The 6000, 215 pound back looked amazing today in their win over Northern Colorado.

Jeff Cotton, WR, Idaho – The 6020 wide out is physical and tore up the Idaho State secondary. Jeff was a beast hauling in 10 receptions for 192 yards and scoring one touchdown. He is a Tucson, Arizona native and the kid looked the part this weekend.

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