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Dream Bowl Dominance: Which players caught our scouts eyes in Week 12?

Delano Madison, WR, Robert Morris – The Detroit, Michigan native had himself a week in week 12. He finished with a monstrous game against Central Connecticut State University finishing the game with 6 receptions for 124 yards and 2 touchdowns. He had 100 plus more yards than any other game this year. Maybe RMU needs to find him the ball more?

Kurt Rawlings, QB, Yale – Rawlings is abusing defenses this year. He had 338 yards passing this week and 6 passing touchdowns. Yale dominated Princeton and Rawlings is looking like a great prospect week in and week out. NFL teams are paying attention because he is making them. I love it!

Yeedee Thaenrat, RB, Towson – The Tigers back was a force to be reckon with this week. The 5’11 senior back from Philadelphia demanded respect from William and Mary and he finished with 158 yards on 24 carries. He had a long of 51 and a 1 touchdown. The Tigers won thanks to the 6.6 yards per carry from Thaenrat.

Stephen Dennis, WR, Butler – The Bulldogs wide receiver made our list for the second time this year. The 6020 wide out has great hands and dominated this past week against Valpo. He finished the game with 11 receptions for 143 yards and 1 touchdown. Dennis looks so smooth in his route running, this kid is talented.

Jacob Knipp, QB, Northern Colorado – Knipp is a top small school quarterback but his coaching staff is not throwing the ball as much as I would like. This week they let him unload it and he finished 27-45 for 393 yards and 2 touchdowns. Knipp was on fire and his favorite target was Jaren Mitchell who had 242 yards receiving and 2 touchdowns. Knipp is special!

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