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

• South Carolina QB Spencer Ruttler: He took over Week 12 with a historic performance in the Gamecocks’ victory over the Tennessee Volunteers, who entered the day with playoff aspirations. He was named PFF Offensive Player of the Week for the best quarterback performance of 2022, if not the best.

• Bowling Green Edge Carl Brooks: He finished with 15 pressures against Toledo at MACtion—his third double-digit pressure outing since Week 5. The underrated Group of Five product appears to be PFF Defensive Player of the Week shut out by Our Lady Cornback is a real freshman Benjamin Morrison She put together an amazing performance for the second time in three weeks.

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PFF Team of the Week

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QB: Spencer Rattler, South Carolina Gamecocks
RB: Bijan Robinson, Texas Longhorns
RB: Kimani Vidal, Trojan Trojan
WR: Joss Wells, South Carolina Gamecocks
WR: Jordan Addison, USC Trojans
WR: Jalen McMillan and the Washington Huskies
The: Dalton Kincaid, Utah Utes
LT: Peter Skowronski, Northwest Wildcats
LG: Javon Cohen, Alabama Crimson Tide
A: Jacob Gall, Baylor Bears
RG: O’Cyrus Torrence, Florida Gators
RT: Duane Jones, Ohio State Buckeyes


From: DeJuan Johnson, Toledo Rockets
From: Jonah Tavai, San Diego State Aztecs
edge: Carl Brooks, Bowling Green Falcons
edge: Aaron Lewis, Rutgers Scarlet Knights
pound: Xavier Collins, Memphis Tigers
pound: JD Bertrand, Notre Dame Fighting Irish
CB: Benjamin Morrison, Notre Dame Fighting Irish
CB: Stephen Jones, Appalachian Mountains
s: Jaden Voisin, South Alabama Jaguars
s: Daniel Scott, California Golden Bears
drape: Antonio Johnson, Texas A&M Aggies

Offensive Player of the Week: QB Spencer Rattler, South Carolina Gamecocks

Rattler has had a checkered college career but is doing what he can to turn it into a rebounding story for South Carolina in 2022. His historic performance against top five teams in Tennessee in Week 12 started the resurgence.

Rattler had a 93.1 PFF grade for 433 yards and a six touchdown performance against the Volunteers – a high of his 2022 campaign.

The former five-star recruit displayed elite arm talent that once made him the Heisman Trophy and first-choice overall favorite, hitting five big throws in total time and zero-turnover plays.

His accuracy and ball placement were stellar throughout, as he pulled off a 78% passing accuracy rate against Tennessee, the fifth highest in a game this season among Power Five players who have touched down at least 40 times.

Defensive Player of the Week and Real Player of the Week: CB Benjamin Morrison, Notre Dame Fighting Irish

For the second time in three weeks, Notre Dame’s Benjamin Morrison went home as the true Freshman of the Week. And the Defensive Player of the Week honors. At just 18 years old, he has established himself as a rising star in one of the toughest situations in football.

Morrison had a two-week-old performance against Clemson with two interceptions in the upset win, one of which was a pick six. This week, the true freshman topped that with three interceptions and allowed one grab in the win over Boston College.

He saw a total of six touchdowns against the Eagles and only slid once for a gain of 32 yards, but the three interceptions helped make up it on its way to a 91.9 PFF score on the day. Considering how much journalism is charged with a true freshman, his performance lately is really special.

Morrison put himself in a position to stage these plays on a weekly basis. He shows a great balance of the physique required in the position while not going overboard. All of this has been added to closing Press-man numbers recently. Over the past three weeks in press coverage, Morrison has allowed just five hits on 15 goals while picking up four interceptions and forcing two more demerits.

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