Tuesday, October 19, 2010

FCS MVP Candidates-QB Edition 4

Here is the latest look at our Bilo Football All-American/MVP Candidates. This list is not in exact order.

 DeAndre Presley, Appalachian State
Presley is a dual threat QB, but his passing skills sell him as a drop back passing QB. He leads the nation in passing efficiency, and he has still not thrown a pick. His TD/INT Ratio is 14/0. ASU is ranked #3 again this week, and Presley is the leader.

Josh MacGregor, Jacksonville
MacGregor has led the Dolphins to an amazing season so far, and they have only lost to Presley and Appalachian State. He is one of only 2 QBs in the FCS to have already passed the 2000 yard passing mark (2179) while he has already passed for 21 TDs on the season against just 6 picks. As MacGregor goes, so will the Dolphins.

Casey Therriault, Jackson State
Therriault is the other QB that has busted the 20 TD mark against just 3 picks. He is also one of the two QBs (MacGregor is the other) who has passed for over 2000 yards at this point. Jackson State in in line to win the SWAC.

Matthew Johnson, Bethune-Cookman
This is one of the best seasons in Wildcat history. Johnson is second in the nation in passing efficiency. He has led an all out offensive attack that has put the Cats in range to take the MEAC title.

Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin
Moses has passed for 17 TDs to go with his 1865 yards passing. He guides the Lumberjack attack, as SFA is rolling towards a possible Southland title and playoff hunt. Moses is the focal point of the offense.

Honorable Mention
Sean Brackett, Columbia
Scott Riddle, Elon
Mike Brown, Liberty
Brad Sorensen, Southern Utah
BJ Coleman, Chattanooga

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