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College Gridiron Showcase Grinders: Which players caught our scouts eyes in Week 12?

Quinten Dormady, QB, Central Michigan – The Chipewas gunslinger had the game of his career this past weekend. The 6-5 gunslinger from Boerne, Texas threw for 358 yards this week. He did not have a touchdown throw but his team still won the game 45-44 over Ball State. He was 27-38 passing the ball, and on the year he has 1,666 passing yards with 11 touchdowns and 5 interceptions.

Johnny Rembert, WR, Virginia Lynchburg – Rembert has been dominating D2 this year, and he is a talented player who tore up Morgan State this past week. They did not win, but Rembert had 5 receptions for 186 yards and 2 touchdowns. This is not the first game he tore it up this year.

Jason Huntley, RB, New Mexico State – The Aggies RB from Arlington, Texas had a great game this week, and is really having a solid season. Huntley has 794 yards and 6 touchdowns on the season. The Aggies won this week against Incarnate Word and Huntley had 174 yards on the ground and 1 touchdown averaging 7 yards a carry.

Tyler Johnson, WR, Minnesota – Johnson maybe the most underrated wide receiver in the draft class. To me the 6020 wide out from Minneapolis is going to be a stud in the NFL. He has everything you want at wide out and this year his 900 yards receiving and 9 touchdowns are impressive. This past weekend he finished with 9 receptions and 170 yards and 1 touchdown against a stubborn Iowa defense.

Aaron Parker, WR, Rhode Island – Rhode Island has a start wide receiver named Aaron Parker who has been dominate this year. The physical wide out finished this past weekend with 113 yards receiving on just 5 receptions. He has NFL written all over him. I think he will be a special player at the next level.

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