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Week 7 Top FBS Performers | Presented by the Caribe Royale Orlando Hula Bowl

Week 7 Top FBS Performers | Presented by the Caribe Royale Orlando Hula Bowl
Week 7 Top FBS Performers | Presented by the Caribe Royale Orlando Hula Bowl

The Caribe Royale Orlando Hula Bowl will be played in Orlando, Florida on January 13th, 2024, and is televised on CBS Sports. The staff at NFL Draft Diamonds has worked for the past three years as the scouting staff for the Hula Bowl, and we are excited to get the 2023-24 season underway. With tons of great football games in the NCAA this week, we wanted to break down several of the Top Performers in the FBS that would have eligibility to play in our game. We are definitely watching and had scouts at 15 games this week around the country. Let’s break down some of the best performances from week 7.

Grayson McCall, QB, Coastal Carolina – The Chanticleer gunslinger had an awesome performance in week 7 throwing for 373 yards and 2 touchdowns. He was able to lead the Chants over App. State in a huge win in the Sun Belt conference. McCall has all the intangibles to play at the next level.

Jamari Thrash, WR, Louisville – While Louisville took their first loss of the year, Jamari Thrash had a solid performance. He finished with 9 receptions for 120 yards. He has become a favorite target of Jack Plummer and looks like an NFL caliber player.

Kairee Robinson, RB, San Jose State – Kairee Robinson scored four touchdowns for the Spartans and finished with 126 yards on the ground on just 15 carries. He was having a huge night for SJSU as they routed New Mexico 52-24. He also added 2 receptions for 63 yards.

Darius Robinson, DE, Missouri – Robinson led Mizzou in tackles with 6 and picked up his 7th and 8th sack as a Tiger, completing his first-career multi sack game.

Jack Browning, P/K, San Diego State – Browning had a huge day, averaging 56 yards per punt and making two of three field goal attempts.

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