Today we bring you the next installment of true Freshman performances. In Week 11: True Freshman performances, we see the best performers of week 11.
Week 11: True freshman performances
Harold Perkins, LB, LSU
Arguably the best defensive performance seen all week, the Texas native made his presence felt in LSU’s 13-10 win over the Arkansas Razorbacks. Perkins recorded eight total tackles, four sacks, and two forced fumbles. What makes this even more impressive is the fact Perkins came down with the flu just days before the game.
2️⃣ forced fumbles
Harold Perkins Jr. is a PROBLEM 😤 @LSUfootball pic.twitter.com/KxSOEvdC3f
— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) November 12, 2022
Perkins’ performance hasn’t gone unnoticed. PFF grades his season performance at 79.8, which ranks the highest for all freshman linebackers. Saturday’s performance also earned Perkins the Walter Camp FBS Defensive Player of the Week.
Jacqui Brown, QB, Miami
In his first win as a starter, Brown gave Miami fans hope for what the future holds. The former 4-star from Lowndes High (Ga) completed 14 passes on 19 attempts for 136 yards and three touchdowns. Brown showed his duel threat ability, as he rushed for 87 yards on 19 attempts. PFF graded him with a 75.4 passing grade in Miami’s 35-14 win over Georgia Tech.
When looking to the future, the combination of Brown’s ability to run for yardage and push the ball deep should excuse Miami fans.
Quinshon Judkins, RB, Ole Miss
Quinshon Judkins continues to dominate for the Ole Miss Rebels. The former 3-star from Pike Road (AL) has had quite the season, rushing for 1,171 yards and 15 touchdowns on 5.7 yards per carry, while also catching 10 passes for 85 yards and a touchdown. His rushing yards and touchdowns lead the SEC, while his yards per attempt rank at 7th.
Didn’t end the way we wanted, but Quinshon Judkins was an absolute stud again.
He is up to 1,171 yards on the season. pic.twitter.com/uDzf4jyN38
— We Run the Sip (@OMRebelNation) November 13, 2022
In Ole Miss’ 30-24 loss to Alabama, Judkins ran for 135 yards and two touchdowns on 25 attempts while catching three passes for 14 yards. His biggest run of the day came late in the 4th quarter, on a 35-yard run to place the Rebels on the Crimson Tide’s 31-yard line.
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