NCAA FB Awards Week 7 Update - New Names Added as Candidates

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    Heisman Watch now listed with up to date stats and recent game footage.

    https://www.collegefootballtoday.org/heismanwatch18.html

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    Maxwell Award Top 10 front runners has been updated. This little guy from UMASS is good!

    https://www.collegefootballtoday.org/maxwellaward.html

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    The Chuck Bednarik Award has new candidates, as Joe Dineen out of Kansas is a monster!

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    https://www.collegefootballtoday.org/bednarikaward.html

    Preston Williams of Colorado State has not let his struggling team keep him from putting up incredible numbers! Check out the best WR's in the nation!

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    https://www.collegefootballtoday.org/biletnikoffaward.html

    The Walter Payton Award list features guys you will most certainly be seeing on Sundays. Will Steve McNairs all time passing record go down?

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    https://www.collegefootballtoday.org/walterpayton2018.html

    The Harlon Hill Watch has begun at College FB Today. This Rabb kid is killing it at MidWestern


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    College Football Today Top 25

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    College Football Today HS FB Team of The Decade

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    The 2019 NFL Draft

    NFL Draft Analysis has begun - Mel Kiper has 0 information that is credible.

    Justin Herbert 6'6,233LBs - Oregon
    Strengths: Reminds me a lot of Carson Wentz in his overall athleticism and is a major reason he is being highly regarded as the best QB in the 2019 NFL Draft. He comes from a outstanding offensive scheme that is proven to build Quarterbacks to the likes of a Marcus Mariotta and at 1:04 into the Cal highlights, you will see how well he is able to push the ball downfield. He is very well coached in "looking off" the defensive backs and has highly active feet in the pocket, while using great body weight transition upon release of the football.
    Weaknesses: While Herbert has been very efficient, he lacks the big numbers you will see out of many QB's in this years NFL Draft. His mobility in the pocket will benefit him heavily at the next level, but Oregon's spread attack is always prolific in the run game nationally, which does create many wide open opportunities for the Quarterback when executing play action plays.

    https://www.collegefootballtoday.org/2019nfldraft.html


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