PFL Players of the Week: 11/19/2017 3:48:00 PM
  • Grant Kraemer, Drake
    Grant Kraemer, Drake

    Senior | Quarterback
    Northridge, California

    Kramer threw four touchdown passes to lead Drake past Jacksonville, 52-7, in Saturday PFL action. Playing just three quarters, he completed 15-of-18 passes for 268 yards. His first two touchdown tosses each went to Steven Doran from 49 and 55 yards out. Kraemer then connected with Connor Ostrander for touchdown on consecutive plays. He hit Ostrander from 13 yards out with 1:52 left in the first half then, after Drake recovered an on-side kick, Kraemer hit Ostrander again from 28-yards out eight seconds later to push the Drake lead to 35-7. Both Ostrander (6 receptions, 102 yards) and Doran (2 receptions 104 yards) posted 100-yard receiving outings.

  • Daniel Tolbert, San Diego
    Daniel Tolbert, San Diego

    Sophomore | Free Safety
    Northridge, California

    Tolbert intercepted a pair of passes to help San Diego fend off Marist in a 35-7 PFL victory, Saturday. His first interception came on the second quarter’s first play and ended a Marist drive that moved inside San Diego 30-yard line. His 57-yard return of the pick then set up a San Diego scoring drive at the Marist 20-yard line. Tolbert’s second interception came in the third quarter just as Marist entered San Diego territory and helped flip field position. Later in the game, he had a key pass breakup on fourth down to keep Marist at bay. Tolbert also had nine tackles (eight solo) in the contest.

  • Danny Donley, Drake
    Danny Donley, Drake

    Junior | Kicker
    Tulsa, Oklahoma

    Donley hit a career-best 48 yard field goal and scored 10 points in Drake’s 52-7 PFL victory against Jacksonville, Saturday. He also booted a successful on-side kick late in the second quarter that was recovered by Drake and set up a quick strike score by Kraemer. Donley’s 48-yard field goal was the second longest in the PFL this season and put Drake ahead 45-7 in the third quarter. He also converted all seven of his PAT kicks.