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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by katss07 View Post
    I doubt that the JSU D tackle would throw a pick against the Lehigh defense...
    Best DT in FCS confirmed.

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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    We need our OL + playcalling to shift into overdrive on this upcoming Saturday to continue giving this young man an opportunity he truly deserves. Diminutive in size but he has a heart, will, and drive as big as tx.

    RB Dawonya Tucker, Prairie View A&M, Jr.- 95 carries, 795 yards, 8.4ypc, 4 TD, 132.5ypg, 14 catches, 138 yards, 1 TD in 6 games.




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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by SmallCollegeFBFan View Post
    Have to put up the numbers. You know by now that these awards are voted on based on production. The best corner could shut people down and just have 2 picks and 7 breakups in a year because nobody tests him hardly but that won't get you the award. To win these awards you need 15 sacks, 8-10 picks, close to double digit turnovers, or 150 tackles, etc. Menard is a good one for sure. Not sure we will see him in the NFL other than as a tryout or free agent that is a camp body but he is a good one for sure.
    Well, he is averaging a little under a sack/game and he will probably play 15 games. He's also 8 sacks behind the all time NDSU career sack mark held by a current NFL player and a former all pro NFL player.

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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by SmallCollegeFBFan View Post
    They are both very good but WRs with numbers like that will just not get considered so I moved them out.
    Keelan Doss may very well be the best WR in the FCS. Last year his total receptions and yardage was the best in both the FCS and the FBS. He was projected as a 3rd round pick in the NFL draft but chose to return to Davis to complete his degree and, in his words, continue to help the Aggies make a run at the Big Sky title and a possible playoff berth. His numbers are down this year as teams double and triple team him in an effort to shut him down. That tactic has, of course, opened things up for the other receivers on the team and Aggie QB, Jake Maier, has been throwing to as many as 10 different receivers a game.

    When asked about his numbers being down Doss says he doens't care and says he just wants the team to keep winning. His numbers may not elevate him to the front of the pack this year but he is the epitome of a talented, intelligent, humble athlete and represents everything that Aggie Pride is all about.
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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    2018 Jerry Rice Award Watch List is out. 15 made the cut for the first watch list.

    Any misses from the prediction?

    http://www.fcs.football/cfb/story.as...ec&tm=&src=FCS

    The nominees, listed alphabetically by last name:
    Christian Benford, Villanova, DB, Fr., 6-0, 190, Randallstown, Maryland
    Statistics: 32 tackles (26 solo), 1 TFL, 2 INTs, 1 PBU (5 games)
    Jack Cook, Dayton, QB, R-Fr., 6-0, 195, Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania
    Statistics: 95 of 163, 1,290 yards, 9 TDs, 2 INTs; 274 rushing yards, 3 TDs (6 games)
    Jon Copeland, UIW, QB, Fr., 6-0, 201, Argyle, Texas
    Statistics: 86 of 172, 1,329 yards, 9 TDs, 6 INTs; 1 rushing TD, 1 receiving TD (5 games)
    Josh Davis, Weber State, RB/PR, R-Fr., 5-9, 185, Sandy, Utah
    Statistics: 92 carries, 551 yards, 4 TDs; 177 all-purpose yards per game (4 games)
    Bailey Fisher, Tennessee Tech, QB, Fr., 6-0, 195, Clayton, Georgia
    Statistics: 86 of 166, 1,100 yards, 8 TDs, 5 INTs; 223 rushing yards (6 games)
    Alijah Jackson, Robert Morris, RB, R-Fr., 5-9, 165, Paramus, New Jersey
    Statistics: 79 carries, 373 yards, 4 TDs, 93 all-purpose yards per game (5 games)
    Brian Jenkins Jr., Alabama A&M, WR, Fr., 5-8, 160, Daytona Beach, Florida
    Statistics: 28 receptions, 332 yards, 1 TD; 106.5 all-purpose yards per game (6 games)
    Ulonzo Gilliam, UC Davis, RB, R-Fr., 5-9, 185, Merced, California
    Statistics: 70 carries, 316 yards, 6 TDs; 21 receptions, 192 yards, 2 TDs (5 games)
    Malik Hamm, Lafayette, DE, Fr., 6-3, 240, Baltimore
    Statistics: 22 tackles (16 solo), 7 TFL, 3 Sacks, 2 QBH, 1 FR, 1 FF (5 games)
    Robby Hauck, Montana, S, R-Fr., 5-10, 179, Missoula, Montana
    Statistics: 58 tackles (21 solo), 1 TFL, 1 PBU (6 games)
    Dev Holmes, Albany, WR, Fr., 5-8, 153, Troy, New York
    Statistics: 28 receptions, 587 yards, 4 TDs (5 games)
    Quay Holmes, ETSU, RB, R-Fr., 6-1, 216, Powder Springs, Georgia
    Statistics: 107 carries, 467 yards, 8 TDs; 15 receptions, 124 yards, 1 TD (6 games)
    Chris Kolarevic, Northern Iowa, LB, R-Fr., 6-0, 223, Traverse City, Michigan
    Statistics: 54 tackles (17 solo), 2 TFL, 1 INT, 4 PBU (5 games)
    Robert Riddle, Mercer, QB, R-Fr., 6-2, 202, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee
    Statistics: 66 of 101, 851 yards, 6 TDs, 3 INTs; 3 rushing TDs (4 games)
    Caleb Snead, Campbell, WR, R-Fr., 6-3, 200, Lynchburg, Virginia
    Statistics: 17 receptions, 341 yards, 4 TDs (6 games)
    Tim Murphy Retirement Watch: now ongoing ... so that Harvard football will move toward relevance again.

    In the meantime, I will cheer for Stony Brook and ETSU besides the Crimson.

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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by SmallCollegeFBFan View Post
    FCS NATIONAL AWARDS WATCH- OCT 9

    JERRY RICE WATCH LIST
    QB Robert Riddle, Mercer- 66-101, 851 yards, 6 TD, 3 INT, 65.3%, 212.8ypg, 149.8 pass eff, 20 carries, 52 yards, 3 TD in 4 games.

    RICE TOP 5 (ALPHA ORDER)
    QB Robert Riddle, Mercer- 66-101, 851 yards, 6 TD, 3 INT, 65.3%, 212.8ypg, 149.8 pass eff, 20 carries, 52 yards, 3 TD in 4 games.

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    QB Robert Riddle, Mercer- 66-101, 851 yards, 6 TD, 3 INT, 65.3%, 212.8ypg, 149.8 pass eff, 20 carries, 52 yards, 3 TD in 4 games.
    Wow...you did ADD him...and even put him in your Top 5. I was pretty much kidding...

    Quote Originally Posted by FUBeAR View Post
    Just for fun, can you ADD and then REMOVE (due to injury) R-FR QB Robert Riddle from Mercer...

    Passing
    # Player GP Rating COMP ATT INT % YDS TD Long AVG/G
    10 Riddle, Robert 4 (Split Time in 1st 2 games) 149.79 66 101 3 65.35 % 851 6 73 212.75

    Rushing
    # Player GP ATT Gain Loss Net AVG TD Long AVG/G
    10 Riddle, Robert 4 20 86 34 52 2.6 3 20 13.00

    Looked like he was going to be the 'missing link' for Mercer this season, but he broke his collar bone in the last :22 of the game with The Citadel while driving the Bears down the field (had already covered 40 yards in 30 seconds/6 plays and was at the CIT 35 with 2nd & 10 and 1 timeout) for the potential game-winning or tying score. He had just taken them 75 yards in 7 plays/1:11 to tie the game in the previous series, but, alas, the Bears gave up a KOR TD forcing him to have to do it again...until the big, mean bellhop grabbed him and jumped on him (legally in the NCAA...but not in the NFL these days :-)) as he threw the ball away to avoid a 1st down sack.

    Barring this injury, I really do think he would have been the Jerry Rice Award Winner. Very special Player!
    ...but I guess he made quite a splash, especially since he only played 1 complete game for Mercer this season...



    ...going to be tough for him to 'keep pace' while he's healing up his throwing side collar bone. Dang bad luck!
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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by FUBeAR View Post
    Wow...you did ADD him...and even put him in your Top 5. I was pretty much kidding...



    ...but I guess he made quite a splash, especially since he only played 1 complete game for Mercer this season...



    ...going to be tough for him to 'keep pace' while he's healing up his throwing side collar bone. Dang bad luck!
    Well I was not going to add him but when I went through the numbers there were not many big time freshmen performances so far. I did not like the TD/INT ratio of a couple guys I added but there is really no freshman that should make an All-America team at this point or even anyone that should make a 1st team defense or offense from a major conference except for the ETSU RB. About 6-8 names on my list would not have made it in each of the last 3 years.

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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by bonarae View Post
    2018 Jerry Rice Award Watch List is out. 15 made the cut for the first watch list.

    Any misses from the prediction?

    http://www.fcs.football/cfb/story.as...ec&tm=&src=FCS

    The nominees, listed alphabetically by last name:
    Christian Benford, Villanova, DB, Fr., 6-0, 190, Randallstown, Maryland
    Statistics: 32 tackles (26 solo), 1 TFL, 2 INTs, 1 PBU (5 games)
    Jack Cook, Dayton, QB, R-Fr., 6-0, 195, Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania
    Statistics: 95 of 163, 1,290 yards, 9 TDs, 2 INTs; 274 rushing yards, 3 TDs (6 games)
    Jon Copeland, UIW, QB, Fr., 6-0, 201, Argyle, Texas
    Statistics: 86 of 172, 1,329 yards, 9 TDs, 6 INTs; 1 rushing TD, 1 receiving TD (5 games)
    Josh Davis, Weber State, RB/PR, R-Fr., 5-9, 185, Sandy, Utah
    Statistics: 92 carries, 551 yards, 4 TDs; 177 all-purpose yards per game (4 games)
    Bailey Fisher, Tennessee Tech, QB, Fr., 6-0, 195, Clayton, Georgia
    Statistics: 86 of 166, 1,100 yards, 8 TDs, 5 INTs; 223 rushing yards (6 games)
    Alijah Jackson, Robert Morris, RB, R-Fr., 5-9, 165, Paramus, New Jersey
    Statistics: 79 carries, 373 yards, 4 TDs, 93 all-purpose yards per game (5 games)
    Brian Jenkins Jr., Alabama A&M, WR, Fr., 5-8, 160, Daytona Beach, Florida
    Statistics: 28 receptions, 332 yards, 1 TD; 106.5 all-purpose yards per game (6 games)
    Ulonzo Gilliam, UC Davis, RB, R-Fr., 5-9, 185, Merced, California
    Statistics: 70 carries, 316 yards, 6 TDs; 21 receptions, 192 yards, 2 TDs (5 games)
    Malik Hamm, Lafayette, DE, Fr., 6-3, 240, Baltimore
    Statistics: 22 tackles (16 solo), 7 TFL, 3 Sacks, 2 QBH, 1 FR, 1 FF (5 games)
    Robby Hauck, Montana, S, R-Fr., 5-10, 179, Missoula, Montana
    Statistics: 58 tackles (21 solo), 1 TFL, 1 PBU (6 games)
    Dev Holmes, Albany, WR, Fr., 5-8, 153, Troy, New York
    Statistics: 28 receptions, 587 yards, 4 TDs (5 games)
    Quay Holmes, ETSU, RB, R-Fr., 6-1, 216, Powder Springs, Georgia
    Statistics: 107 carries, 467 yards, 8 TDs; 15 receptions, 124 yards, 1 TD (6 games)
    Chris Kolarevic, Northern Iowa, LB, R-Fr., 6-0, 223, Traverse City, Michigan
    Statistics: 54 tackles (17 solo), 2 TFL, 1 INT, 4 PBU (5 games)
    Robert Riddle, Mercer, QB, R-Fr., 6-2, 202, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee
    Statistics: 66 of 101, 851 yards, 6 TDs, 3 INTs; 3 rushing TDs (4 games)
    Caleb Snead, Campbell, WR, R-Fr., 6-3, 200, Lynchburg, Virginia
    Statistics: 17 receptions, 341 yards, 4 TDs (6 games)
    I have a few of them in the "others considered" section but every name in that list was in somewhere on what I posted.

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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    ISUr RB James Robinson ... stunned he is still being overlooked. As a true SO last year, he was 1st team all conference in MVFC. Currently 3rd in MVFC in rush yards, but has just 88 carries in 5 games, splitting reps with Markel Smith .. averaging 6.6 yards per carry.

    Ask Lawson how he looked against WIU .. breaking tackles and punishing the DB and LBs who did tackle him. WIU as a stout defense especially run defense, and stacked the box on Robinson 2nd half because our pass game never got going.

    RUSHING Cl G Att. Yds Avg. TD Lg Avg/G
    1. Keys, Ja'Quan-INS Sr 5 102 651 6.4 8 62 130.2
    2. Davis,D.J.-SIU Jr 5 106 602 5.7 3 36 120.4
    3. Robinson,James-ILS Jr 5 88 581 6.6 8 57 116.2
    4. McCaster, Tevin-YSU Sr 5 113 535 4.7 6 68 107.0
    5. Wallace,Isaac-SDSU Sr 4 44 413 9.4 4 79 103.2 .. had 5 carriers for 192 yards against Ark PB, wouldn't be top 10 otherwise
    6. Anderson,Bruce-NDSU Sr 5 67 492 7.3 3 86 98.4
    7. Allen, T-UNI Jr 5 71 341 4.8 3 49 68.2
    8. Huslig,Peyton-MSU Jr 5 67 318 4.7 5 58 63.6
    9. Dunn,Lance-NDSU Sr 5 52 317 6.1 4 35 63.4
    10 Smith,Markel-ILS Jr 5 55 300 5.5 2 50 60.0

    hero article just published is below and has him as top RB in MVFC this year so far:


    https://www.ncaa.com/news/football/a...alls-go-closer

    How is he not on list and near the top ?

    p.s. he is still improving speed & conditioning having gotten here as true FR with HS baby fat, and then getting injured during his FR season and then missing good part of offseason for recovery.
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    Re: FCS National Awards Watch- Oct 9

    Quote Originally Posted by caribbeanhen View Post
    Let's hope JuJuan Lawson is back Saturday, I see he is on your list now

    Isaiah Coulter and Aaron Parker are 2 good WR's for Rhode Island that are kind of working against each other for individual stats right now
    Lawson not playing but keep a watch on Aaron Parker
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