Thursday, October 14, 2010

FCS MVP Candidates-WR Edition 3

1. Aaron Mellette, Elon
Mellette leads the nation in receiving yards and has found the endzone 9 times, and the Phoenix is still only 2-4 even with Riddle connecting with this guy. Go figure.

2. Chris Summers, Liberty
Mike Brown has had a huge fall, and he can thank Summers for being such a nice target. He averages 105 yards per game and has found paydirt 9 times on the season.

3. Raymond Webber, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Webber gets 9.6 touches per game and has piled up 609 yards receiving. Add that to his 7 scores, and that is a top notch season.

4. Trey Peacock, Princeton
Peacock leads the nation in yards per game, and has been one of the few reasons for Tigers fans to smile, as Princeton has had a very tough start. Don't blem this guy, as he's a monster in the open field.

5. Joel Bradford, Chattanooga
Bradford is leading the Mocs to one of thier most succesful seasons in years, and the team is creeping up on the PRS top 35. He averages over 115 yards per game receiving.

Honorable Mention

Alexander Tounkara, Brown
Tyson Poots, Southern Utah
Mike Phillips, Weber State
Josh Philpart, Jacksonville
Marvon Sanders, Illinois State

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