College Football Week 3: PFF Team of the Week and Player Awards | college football

Shine Draft Horizons 2023: The PFF Week 3 team features a star-studded set on either side of the ball. Six of the players who broke into Team of the Week for Week 3 also appeared in PFF’s Top 100 Draft Boards of 2023.

Florida guard O’Cyrus Torrence: 2021 PFF All-American Louisiana He got off to a hot start in Gainesville. He’s now secured a Team of the Week spot in each of his first three matches he’s started Florida. He is currently the highest rated goalkeeper in college football for the 2022 season.

Alabama, Notre Dame title in defense: The Defense Week team is led by a well-known group of defensive linemen from Alabama And the our ladybut one of the state’s most underrated transfers in Washington State earned him the Defensive Player of the Week award.


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PFF Team of the Week

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QB: CJ Stroud, Ohio Bucks
RB: Bijan Robinson, Texas Longhorns
RB: Mohamed Ibrahim, Minnesota Golden Gophers
WR: Johnny Wilson, Seminole, Florida
WR: Will Shepard, Vanderbilt Commodore
WR: Jaylen Polk, Washington Huskies
The: Brock Powers, Georgia Bulldogs
LT: Peter Skoronsky, Northwest Wildcats
LG: Andrew Voorhees, USC Trojans
A: Alex Forsyth, Oregon Ducks
RG: O’Cyrus Torrence, Florida Gators
RT: Austin Barber, Florida Gators

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From: Byron Young, Alabama Crimson Tide
From: Jason Ademilola, Notre Dame Fighting Irish
edge: Yasser Abdullah, Louisville Cardinals
edge: Isaiah Fosky, Notre Dame Fighting Irish
pound: Diane Henley, Washington State Cougars
pound: Jamon Dumas Johnson, Georgia Bulldogs
CB: Nick Jones, Ball State Cardinals
CB: Amaris Brown, USF Bulls
s: Jaydon Grant, Oregon Beavers
s: Jay Ward, LSU Tigers
drape: Eric Hallett II, Pittsburgh Panthers

Attacking Player of the Week: TE Brock Powers, Georgia Bulldogs

Powers has been in conversation for the best tight end in college football during his new 2021 campaign, and this year is no different. He was the nation’s most impressive offensive player in Week 3.

    • Bowers was targeted five times on 20 tracks and on each of them was taken either downhill or downhill for the first time.
    • Powers’ relegation twice showed why he was ranked #1 in the PFF to enter the season. One showed his dynamism as he broke multiple tackles en route to a 78-yard result, while the other showed his poise at the pickup point while flailing on his back at the split wide on fading.
    • After the third week, Bowers joined Notre Dame’s Michael Mayer as the only tight party with more than 20 explosive receptions since 2021 (Mayer 28, Bowers 20). This is beautiful, very good for a lower class student.

Defensive Player of the Week: LB . Left Back Diane Henley, Washington State Cougars

This past season, Henley moved to Wazzu from Nevada, where he was one of the best midfielders in the Group of Five level. He finished in the top 10 FBS off-ball players in coverage score for the 2021 season. So far with the Cougars, Henley has looked better than you can imagine. He is currently the highest-grossing quarterback in college football after an elite week 3 outing against Colorado State.

    • Henley wreaked havoc in week three with five total stresses, three of which were cysts.
    • He’s made a number of impressive games and a few fouls, as evidenced by his wasting no tackles, seven defensive and two forced stops in the match.
    • Henley’s 92.6 PFF score for the game is the highest PFF score has been recorded for a Washington State defender in five years.

Real Week Starter: QB AJ Swann, Vanderbilt Commodores

Vandy Clark coach Lea chose a change for the quarterback last week due to A crime that does not live up to her standards. Leah and his buddies went with real freshman four-star AJ Swann against Northern Illinois, and he was impressed looking at the situation.

    • Swann made some great touchdown throws and had a good ball position on his first start, setting the stage for a PFF north of 85.0.
    • The 6-foot-3, 225-pound quarterback stood tall under pressure throughout the match. He didn’t eat a sack on any of his eight pressure points and completed five of eight such attempts for 84 yards and one touchdown. In compact plays, Swann scored a passing score of 93.1.
    • Swann led the Commodores to an extra 0.5 point (EPA) per pass played on Saturday, the program’s highest single-game mark in the past five years.