Eli Rusche – QB – Byron Nelson
We’ve definitely talked about the resurgence of Byron Nelson, and at least a part of it is due to the play of Rusche. He passed for over 400 yards and 5 touchdowns in a victory over Lewisville, and has the Bobcats looking dangerous in a difficult district. The early season struggles seem to be behind Byron Nelson, and if Rusche can lead them on a run, they can really make some noise.
Roshauud Paul – QB – Bremond
Bremond is one of those ridiculously dominant teams, and part of that is due to the sheer athleticism of Roshauud Paul. He’s been a force for the Tigers this year, and last weekend he had 3 rushing touchdowns, 3 passing touchdowns, and returned a kick for a touchdown for a total of seven. Paul has Bremond humming on all cylinders, and is usually a force, but this week his numbers were exceptional, even for him.
CeeDee Lamb – WR – Richmond Foster
Lamb caught 11 passes for 288 yards and a whopping five touchdowns. Those numbers are staggering for a single game, and for some, the yardage and touchdowns alone is an entire season. The Falcons are still undefeated, and a huge part of that is due to Lamb’s play and his ability to draw coverage, freeing up others for big games.