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Former St. Francis and D-II All-American Lorenzo Jerome (#22 pictured leaping) stole the show for the second straight week, but this time it was at the 2017 Reese’s Senior Bowl. Jerome capped off the day with three total turnovers (two INTs, one caused fumble). However, it was the South team who came away victorious 16-15 behind the big arm of former Cal Bears quarterback Davis Webb.
DraftNasty’s Corey Chavous previews twelve players in today’s 2017 Reese’s Senior Bowl who have the most to gain.
Tennessee WR Josh Malone, pictured, caught five passes for 120 yards and one touchdown in the Volunteers 38-24 victory over the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the 2016 Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl.
Quarterback Brad Kaaya took home the MVP honors after passing for 282 yards and four touchdowns in 2016 Russell Athletic Bowl. The junior quarterback led Miami to its first bowl game victory since they defeated Nevada in the MPC Computers Bowl in 2006.
Minnesota senior defensive back Damarius Travis (No. 7 pictured) helped the Gophers earn a 17-12 victory over the Washington State Cougars in the 2016 National Funding Holiday Bowl.
2016 Camping World Independence Bowl Offensive MVP Jaylen Samuels scored his 11th, 12th and 13th touchdowns of the year in the Wolfpack's 41-17 victory over the Vanderbilt Commodores.
BYU’s Jamaal Williams (No. 21 seen with OL Parker Dawe-No. 54, Tejan Korma-No. 56, Andrew Eide-No. 79, Tuni Kanuch-No. 78 and Austin Hoyt) celebrated his 2016 San Diego County Credit Union Offensive Player of the Game award with his offensive linemen after the game.
Abbeville, South Carolina is a small town that is 86 miles from the state capital Columbia and 45 miles from its next biggest city Greenville. Essentially it is a location where most travelers do not stop or ever see. Most of the residents from the city are homegrown blue-collar workers who love the Friday night-lights of Abbeville High School football. This is where Appalachian State linebacker Kennan Gilchrist's humble beginnings started.
There aren't many players who go from walk-on to the nation's leader in tackles for losses. That's exactly what Temple's Haason Reddick (No. 7 pictured) accomplished in earning first-team All-AAC honors in 2016.