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RE: CAA POTW Awards 2017
(Today 09:53 AM)Potomac Wrote:  CAA Football Rookie of the Week
Ezrah Archie, Fr., WR, James Madison (Sicklerville, N.J./Timber Creek Regional)

In his first career start, Archie made a team-high eight receptions for 90 yards and a touchdown in James Madison’s 28-10 win over Maine. The freshman wide receiver, who had made just three catches all season, had a long reception of 31 yards and snared a 3-yard TD pass in the fourth quarter to help clinch the victory.

Congrats to Ezrah. Was interesting listening to the postgame presser with HCMH when asked did he expect Ezrah to be a contributor this season. His immediate answer was "no". Went on to talk about how he was a late offer and thought he would be a development type project (note, don't think he used those exact words but that was the tone) for the future. But, he came in, has worked his tail off and has EARNED his playing time. Awesome to see. Keep up the great work, Ezrah!! 04-rock
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Saturday, there was no one Better Than Ezrah! (sorry, couldn't resist). He filled in admirably, looking forward to seeing players suspended for 1st 4 games contributing the rest of the season.
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RE: CAA POTW Awards 2017
(Today 12:11 PM)Wear Purple Wrote:  
(Today 09:53 AM)Potomac Wrote:  CAA Football Rookie of the Week
Ezrah Archie, Fr., WR, James Madison (Sicklerville, N.J./Timber Creek Regional)

In his first career start, Archie made a team-high eight receptions for 90 yards and a touchdown in James Madison’s 28-10 win over Maine. The freshman wide receiver, who had made just three catches all season, had a long reception of 31 yards and snared a 3-yard TD pass in the fourth quarter to help clinch the victory.

Congrats to Ezrah. Was interesting listening to the postgame presser with HCMH when asked did he expect Ezrah to be a contributor this season. His immediate answer was "no". Went on to talk about how he was a late offer and thought he would be a development type project (note, don't think he used those exact words but that was the tone) for the future. But, he came in, has worked his tail off and has EARNED his playing time. Awesome to see. Keep up the great work, Ezrah!! 04-rock

The school that Archie went to, Timber Creek, is a football power in South Jersey and plays really good competition so it is not a huge surprise that he the competition does not seem to be above him.
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Archie really did a great job on Saturday and made some pretty clutch catches. He had a ton of targets so Schor definitely trusts him. And to think that this guy is only a Freshman. If he keeps this up, he's going to be super scary for opponents in the years to come.
But was very impressed with him and good to see a coach that credits players that work hard and it is really paying off.
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(Today 01:06 PM)JMad03 Wrote:  Archie really did a great job on Saturday and made some pretty clutch catches. He had a ton of targets so Schor definitely trusts him. And to think that this guy is only a Freshman. If he keeps this up, he's going to be super scary for opponents in the years to come.
But was very impressed with him and good to see a coach that credits players that work hard and it is really paying off.

Houston has gotta love that Archie got all those targets and did so well. Now he can point to Archie and say, this is what hard works gets you. Not that I think there are players that aren't working hard, but it's nice to have that shining example to motivate the rest of the team to put in the extra effort.
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