Tuesday, October 19, 2010

FCS MVP Candidates-RB Edition 4

This is the updated list for the Bilo Football All-American/MVP award. These players are listed in certain order.

Henry Harris, Southeast Missouri State
I am not going to lie, Harris is the front runner for this award. The Redhawks are having one of the best seasons in school history, and Harris is a driving force. Harris is the FCS rushing leader, and has 1020 yards and 10 TDs. Harris is the pulse here.

Nate Eachus, Colgate
Eachus has rushed for 12 TDs and is second in the nation in rushing with 1016 yards. Colgate has been rolling, and has cracked the PRS top 25. Eachus has been the man this season, but the Raiders have a major rushing attack as a whole.

Eric Breitenstein, Wofford
Breitenstein is a classic option Fullback and is the number one option in short yardage and scoring plays. He has rushed for a nation leading 13 TDs this season, and Wofford is quietly challenging the Appalachian State for SoCon supremecy.

Andrew Pierce, Delaware
Pierce has been a game breaker for the Blue Hens. Pat Devlin keeps defenses honest with his arm, and Pierce hits the home runs. One of the best young RBs in the game.

Frank Warren, Grambling
Warren is second nationally in yards per game, and busted over the 200 yard mark against Alcorn State last weekend. The Tigers are in a war with Jackson State for the SWAC title, and the offense is going through Warren as the first option.

Honorable Mention
Nick Schwieger, Dartmouth
Taiwan Jones, Eastern Washington
Tim Flanders, Western Illinois
Bryan Hilliard, Sacramento State
Rudell Small, Jacksonville

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