College Football Week 2: PFF Team of the Week and Player Awards | college football

Once again leading the PFF Team of the Week Syracuse orange quarterback Garrett SchraderFor the second week in a row, he was awarded the Best Offensive Player award.

PFF Offensive Team Of The Week Headlines Include The Rookies Ohio State Stars are widely received Marvin Harrison Jr.five stars Pennsylvania state A real student again Nicholas Singleton The Florida Guard O’Cyrus TorrenceAnd the Which cracked the team for the second week in a row.

This week’s PFF Defensive features a slew of quiet talent, including Levi Bell out of place Texas StateAnd the Who made the team in consecutive weeks.


PFF Team of the Week

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QB: Garrett Schrader, Syracuse Orange
RB: Nicholas Singleton, Penn State Nittany Lions
RB: Marquis Crosby, LA Tech Bulldogs
WR: Charlie Jones, Purdue Boilermakers
WR: Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State Buckeyes
WR: Marvin Mims, soon in Oklahoma
The: Dalton Kinkade, Utah Yotis
LT: Jack Nelson, Wisconsin Badgers
LG: Tyler Beach, Wisconsin Badgers
A: Brett Nealon, USC Trojans
RG: O’Cyrus Torrence, Florida Gators
RT: Taliese Fuaga, Oregon Beavers

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From: Levi Bell, Texas Bobcats
From: James Carpenter and James Madison Doakes
edge: Derek Hall, Auburn Tiger
edge: Derek Parrish, Houston Cougars
pound: Krishon Meriwether, Texas Tech Red Riders
pound: Kyle Sewell, Arizona Sun Devils
CB: Stephen Gilmore Marshall Thundering Herd
CB: Cordell Rogers, Texas Bobcats
s: Jackson Turner, Arizona Wildcats
s: Antavius ​​Lane, Georgia State Panthers
Flex D: Jace Rogers, Houston Cougars


Attacking Player of the Week: QB Garrett Schrader, Syracuse Orange

Entering the 2022 season, Schrader’s best PFF rating is 84.8. He broke that mark in Week 1 against Louisville (90.2) and then put up a new career best this weekend against UConn with an amazing overall score of 94.5.

    • Shrader completed eight of his nine 10-yard throws down for 198 yards and three touchdowns.
    • The dynamic athlete posted twice a determined sprint touchdown, bringing his two-year total with Syracuse to 15.
    • When he was free of pressure, he scored 16 of 16 for 237 yards and three points against the Huskies.

Defensive Player of the Week: CB Stephen Gilmore Marshall Thundering Herd

Gilmore was known for being the brother of NFL All-Pro corner player Stephon Gilmore, but he’s been making a name for himself while taking the starting point for Marshall over the past few years. And in the biggest game of his career on Saturday at Notre Dame, he delivered his best performance yet.

    • Gilmore took Marshall’s surprise win by jumping to pick six. Prior to the play, Notre Dame had a 35% chance of returning and winning the match. After the play, that faded into almost nothing.
    • Gilmore saw four goals for the game and allowed only one catch for six yards.
    • He has a coverage score of 90.0 against the Irish, the highest score of his career – which includes more than 40 matches.

Real Beginner of the Week: RB Nicholas Singleton, Penn State Nittany Lions

All five-star recruits come to campus with high expectations. Some stick to it, some don’t. If Week 2 is any indication, running back Nicholas Singleton will comfortably fall into the former category.

    • Nittany Lion broke nine tackles in 10 campaigns while riding for 169 yards after contact.
    • Singleton broke three runs over 40 yards a game, making him one of 17 FBS ball carriers to record three of this type in a single game in the past five years.
    • Singleton is the only FBS to come back for three races over 40 yards this season, and he’s only 20 years old in his campaign as a freshman.