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Dream Bowl Dominance: Which players dominated week 9 and caught the eye of our scouts?

Brandon Polk from JMU, Jaquan Blair of Maine and Alex Cloyd of North Dakota all had a monster week.  Cloyd in the bottom right gets my player of the week though with his Special Teams magic!

Nick Tiano, QB, UT-Chattanooga – The Mocs did not beat Wofford in Overtime, but Nick Tiano finally came to play. He finished with 245 yards passing and also threw 2 touchdown passes.  Tiano is a former Mississippi State kid with a big arm and running ability. I am a fan of his and think he could be a great addition to the Dream Bowl.

Domenic Cozier, RB, Holy Cross – The 5090 scat back from Milford, Mass is a solid player with great burst out the back field. This past week against Colgate he finished the game with 153 yards on the ground on just 17 attempts.  His long run was of 52 yards and he almost broke it. 

Alex Cloyd, TE, North Dakota – The 6040, 251 pound tight end may not get the ball often as a pass catcher but let me tell you something, he had the biggest play of the week for the Fighting Hawks.  He blocked a punt in the end zone that was recovered by Jayson Coley to help lift the Hawks past Montana State.  It was the play of the week in my opinion.

Jaquan Blair, WR, Maine – Blair went for 100 times the second time of his senior campaign. The 6020 wide out from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania had a great game this week against William and Mary and was able to help his team get the win.  He finished with 115 yards on 4 receptions and scored on two of them.

Brandon Polk, WR, James Madison – The WR Transfer has been amazing this year for the Dukes.  He had 121 yards receiving on 8 receptions and scored one touchdown.  He has four touchdowns the last four weeks in a row.  Polk is becoming a solid player for the Dukes and a go to wide out!

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