Top FCS Performers RBs #1 Eric Breitenstein, Wofford 22c 219yds (9.95avg) 2TD #3 Zach Zenner, South Dakota State 23c 183yds (7.96avg) 1TD #4 Jake Miller, North Dakota 12c 178yds (14.83avg) 1TD #9 Adam Urbano, Tennessee Tech 25c 158yds (6.32avg) 1TD #10 Dan Moore, Montana 27c 148yds (5.48avg) 1TD #13 Nick Campanella, Georgetown 12c 127yds (10.58avg) 3TD #35 Wes Kitts, Austin Peay 10c 104yds (10.40avg) 1TD WR/TE #1 Erik Lora*, Eastern Illinois 13rec 151yds 2TD #2 Daniel Cason, Old Dominion 7rec 144yds #5 Brandon Kaufman, Eastern Washington 4rec 132yds #6 Rock Tate, Sacred Heart 7rec 124yds #9 Niccolo Mastromatteo, Coastal Carolina 7rec 114yds #11 Ryan Spadola, Lehigh 9rec 11yds #20 Joey Orlando, New Hampshire 7rec 102yds 2TD #28 Matt Tralli, Marist 4rec 96yds #30 Sam Hendricks, Eastern Illinois 4rec 95yds 1TD There are three different ways to evaluate quarterbacks. The "total offense" type (this category includes many running qbs in spread offenses), the "passing efficieny" type (the geno smiths of the world who don't throw the ball past the line of scrimmage), and the true pocket quarterbacks who throw the ball down the field. When looking at the various lists of QB Leaders, there is a lot of crossover among these types. So I'm not going to list the "top performers" for the quarterback position. Later in the season I will do some kind of overall evaluation, if no one else has bothered. ------------------------------------------------------- *Lora is a hispanic from Miami. However, those are pretty rare, too, at the outside receiver position. If he made it to the NFL, he would almost certainly be displacing a negro rather than a white receiver. If I continue this thread each week, I probably won't include him again.