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College Gridiron Showcase Week 6 Standouts and Studs

Josh Love, QB, San Jose State University – I have to give the Mission Valley, California kid some love. Love has 1,418 yards passing already this year. He also has 7 touchdowns to one interception. This week he was 24-36 for 405 yards and two touchdowns.

Freddie Swain, WR, Florida – The Ocala, Florida native is a dog. He was amazing this week for the Gators. I am a fan of his not only because he is from the 352, but he is a speedster. He finished the game against Auburn with 146 yards and one touchdown on six receptions. Fast Freddie is a guy I would love to see in the CGS game.

Cameron Scarlett, RB, Stanford – The 6010, 216 pound running back had a great game this week against Washington. On the year he is ballin and has 127 carries for 564 yards and two touchdowns. He is a Portland, Oregon native and this kid runs hard, I am a fan.

Alex Highsmigth, DE, Charlotte – Highsmith is a senior pass rusher from UNC Charlotte the newest FBS team and he is a solid pass rusher. He finished this weeks game with another sack bringing his sack total up to 6 on the year, and is the sack leader for seniors. He is getting attention from NFL teams and he should be. He is 6040 and weighs 242 pounds.

Douglas Coleman III, DB, Texas Tech– The Zachary, Louisiana native is a beast this year. He is leading the FBS in picks and this week against a very good Oklahoma State team DC3 finished with two interceptions bringing his total on the year up to 5. The Texas Tech product is playing at a high level righ now and he has great size at 6010 and weighing 200 pounds.

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