Tuesday, October 19, 2010

FCS MVP Candidates-WR Edition 4

Here is the list of WR candidates for the Bilo Football All-American/MVP award. Again, in no certain order.

Chris Summers, Liberty
Summers has already busted loose for 12 TDs on the season. He also has 54 catches for 753 yards on the year, and there's a lot more football to play.

Aaron Mellette, Elon
Mellette is in the nation in yards per game. The Phoenix has struggled, but Mellette has been having a great individual season. he has 53 catches on the season for 670 yards and 9 scores.

Raymond Webber, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Webber has a 119 yards per game average, which is best in the FCS. UAPB is not one of the better teams in the SWAC, but Webber is having an incredible season.

Tysson Poots, Southern Utah
Poots is the one guy that will do great damage if you don't put at least 2 defenders on him. Poots tore up Cal Poly last weekend, and the Thunderbirds have taken a hold on the Great West.

Trey Peacock, Princeton
Peacock is the only shining star in an otherwise awful Princeton team. He averages 107 yards per game, and gives the Tigers at least one option that they know they can go to on any play.

Honorable Mention
Alexander Tounkara, Brown
Josh Philpart, Jacksonville
Joel Bradford, Chattanooga
Brandon Kaufman, Eastern Washington
Jermaine Saffold, Missouri State

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