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Dream Bowl Dominance – Week 7 players who caught the eye of our scouts

Keyston Fuller, WR, Richmond – The Griffin, Georgia native Keyston Fuller had a great game this week against Maine. Fuller finished the game with 3 receptions for 127 yards and scored one touchdown. He has had several good games, but this game and the game against Elon were super impressive. This kid can ball.

Reid Sinnett, QB, San Diego – Sinnett has everything you want in a QB. He has mental toughness to stay in the pocket, he can take off and he has the size. He is 6040 and weighs 225 pounds. He dominated this week beating Davidsona and get this he had 5 incompletions all day. That is it, the kid was 27-32 for 358 yards and 5, YES FIVE TOUCHDOWNS. WOW

Drew Estrada, WR, Dartmouth – This is Drew’s second time making my list. I am sorry you cannot put up 200 receiving and not make my list. This kid is putting on a clinic, and he did this on just five receptions. He finished with 203 yards receiving and 2 touchdowns this week over Yale.

Michael Dereus, WR, Georgetown – The Hyde Park native had a good game this week. He only hauled in 4 receptions but was one yard shy of breaking 150 yards receiving. Dereus has great size at 6’1 and 210 pounds. This kid is a sleeper.

Bronson Rechsteiner, RB, Kennessaw State – Rick Steiner’s son, the former WCW wrestler is no joke. I am not going to talk about his Dad anymore because the son Bronson is a dog. He runs like a mad man. He finished the game with 10 carries only but rumbled for 138 yards and two touchdowns. We need to be talking about him more.

Garris Schwarting, WR, Charleston Southern – I have not been able to talk about CSU much this year, but I am going to take a little time out today to talk about #86. The Bamberg, South Carolina product is a fun player to watch. He finished the game this week against Kenessaw catching 6 receptions for 131 yards and 1 score. It was his best game of the year and he should be used more going forward.

Terraris TJ Saffold, RB, Central State – The senior running back from Hayneville, Alabama had a huge game this past weekend against Fort Valley State, rushing for 235 yards And three touchdowns on just 13 carries. It was his best game of the year.

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