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Star Search: Week 10 College Football Standouts

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RB Standouts

Kendre Miller, TCU (21 car/158 yards/7.5 avg/1 TD)

TCU has fought to remain one of the last four undefeated teams in the FBS. They’ve gotten good play out of their defense and special teams. Along with touting one of the best offenses in the country. They can give the fair share of credit of that to Kendre Miller. Miller is well put together runner, with some tremendous burst, long speed and play strength. He rarely lets the first would-be tackler get him on the ground, and abuses defenses when they let him get to top speed. He currently ranks 13th in the nation in rushing with 1,009 yards and is averaging 6.6 yards per carry. When looking at the 12 players above him, only DeWayne McBride of UAB is better in terms of average, with 7.0 yards per carry. With the Horned Frogs looking to keep their CFP hopes alive, look for them to keep leaning on Miller.

WR Standouts

Nathaniel Dell, Houston (17 tgts/13 rec/180 yards/13.8 avg/2 TD)

The Houston Cougars found themselves on the losing end of the record setting matchup with SMU this past weekend. The 77-63 final score was the highest-scoring regular season game in college football history. Given that, there was plenty of offensive production to go around, and Nathaniel Dell took advantage of this barn burner. He was getting opportunities to win down the field with his tremendous speed. He had a good number of targets in the short area of the field where he was able create after the catch, accounting for 8 first down conversions. In terms of consistency, Dell has been that for Houston and continues to see great volume. The main knock against him will always be his size, but his speed, shiftiness and good hands make him such a dangerous weapon.

TE Standouts

Jalin Conyers, Arizona St (7 tgts/7 rec // 66 yds)

With the build of a 3-4 OLB and the wing span of a left tackle, Jalin Conyers is a physical menace for defenses to tackle and account for. After a dominating performance over Colorado two weeks ago (6/7-108 yds-3 TD), he followed up his dominating performance with a dependable and trusty line of just 7/7 for 66 vs UCLA. Conyers has a unique and legitimate NFL frame that pairs incredibly well with his abilities as a receiver in both the short and intermediate passing game.


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