This week I highlighted four players I've been very impressed by, and after that I kind of just spilled my thoughts and notes onto the paper. Some of those spilled thoughts happened to be about an already polarizing quarterback prospect, who's drawing mixed reviews from evaluators for a number of reasons.
After two weeks of no change in the NUC Sports National High School Top 25 a couple of ranked schools succumbed to the loss column. Falling out of the Top 25 is St. John Bosco (Calif.) and Clinton (Miss.).
In version 1.0 of the 2016 NUC Sports FCS Offensive Player of the Year Watch list we start out with ten. There are four quarterbacks, three wide receivers, two running backs and one tight end. The conference breakdown goes like this MVFC (3), Patriot (2), SoCon (2), Big Sky (1), MEAC (1) and Southland (1).
JC Coleman has was the MVP of the Military Bowl. He was a tremendous track athlete in 2015 was named All ACC in the 60m Dash. He ran 6.89 FAT which is the equivalent to a 4.3 40 yard dash time. Forget the 40 yard dash, his true confirmed track in the 60 meter dash shows the breakaway speed he displays on film. His pro day was exceptional.