Week 3: Who should be the Courier Post Readers' Player of the Week? (Poll Closed)

  • Ah-Shaun Davis and Chris Long, Willingboro. Both players set program records as Davis threw for 386 yards with six TDs while Long set a mark with 216 yards receiving.
    3%
    143 votes

     
  • Tarheeb Still, Timber Creek. The senior filled up the stat sheet as he made five catches for 268 yards and two touchdowns and also rushed for a pair of scores in the Chargers’ 44-10 home win over Vineland.
    1%
    28 votes

     
  • Nate Robbins, Millville. The quarterback completed 17-of-29 passing for 207 yards and a touchdown as the Thunderbolts earned their first win of the season with a 30-20 triumph over Kingsway.
    1%
    60 votes

     
  • Taylor Manning, Cedar Creek. The junior booted a 30-yard field goal as time expired in regulation lifting the Pirates to a 29-28 win at Woodrow Wilson
    <1%
    8 votes

     
  • Elijah Jones-Ali, Deptford. The senior scored two touchdowns, including the decisive TD in overtime, as the Spartans upended Collingswood, 32-26. Jones-Ali also returned a kickoff for a touchdown.
    1%
    37 votes

     
  • Ahmed Johnson, Delran. The senior defensive end racked a career-high four sacks, leading a tenacious defensive effort in a 42-0 win over Pemberton on Saturday.
    5%
    276 votes

     
  • Liam Friel, Washington Twp. The junior quarterback threw for three scores, his first TDs of the season, and rushed for another touchdown as the Minutemen marched to a 41-22 victory over Eastern.
    30%
    1,533 votes

     
  • Devonte German, Florence. The senior running back racked up 202 yards and a touchdown as the Flashes posted a 21-12 win over Holy Cross.
    5%
    266 votes

     
  • Dougie Brown, Williamstown. The first-year starting quarterback completed 13-of-15 passes for 222 yards and three scores to go along with a rushing TD – all in the second half – as the Braves rallied for a 28-21 win over visiting Lenape.
    53%
    2,712 votes

     
  • Jaiden Abrams, Hammonton. The junior running back carried 29 times for 226 yards and a touchdown as the Blue Devils registered an 18-7 upset over No. 4 Holy Spirit.
    2%
    96 votes

     

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