PFL Players of the Week: 11/24/2019 5:03:00 PM
  • JoJo Binda Jr., San Diego
    JoJo Binda Jr., San Diego

    Graduate | Running Back
    Providence, Rhode Island

    Binda Jr. tied a program record with four rushing touchdowns in San Diego’s 47-28 PFL victory at Jacksonville, Saturday. He carried the ball 26 times without a loss, netting 147 yards while accounting for four of the Toreros’ six touchdowns in the game. Binda Jr. opened the game’s scoring with a five-yard touchdown. He then added two third-quarter scores helped San Diego maintain the lead before adding a one-yard dash that closed the day’s scoring. Six of his runs went for 10-plus yards and seven resulted in a first down. It was Binda Jr.’s third multi-touchdown outing in the regular season’s final four weeks.

  • Andrew McElroy, Marist
    Andrew McElroy, Marist

    Senior (RS) | Safety
    New Milford, New Jersey

    McElroy’s 90-yard interception return for a touchdown secured Marist’s 26-14 PFL victory at Valparaiso, Saturday. Leading 19-14, Marist faced Valparaiso threatening at the Red Foxes’ 11-yard line. On 2nd-and-10, McElroy picked off a pass and his 90-yard return gave Marist a 12-point lead with 20 seconds remaining. McElroy also batted away a pass on Valparaiso’s previous drive, helping to start a crucial three-and-out that set up the Marist offense inside Valparaiso territory and led to a field goal. He also had two tackles in the contest.

  • Sam Webster, Dayton
    Sam Webster, Dayton

    Freshman | Kicker
    Richfield, Ohio

    Webster posted the second 15-point outing by a kicker in the PFL this season, helping Dayton post a 51-38 victory against Butler, Saturday. Webster connected on field goals from 31, 39 and 30 yards and on each of his six PATs. His first field goal put Dayton ahead 17-3 to end the first quarter and was part of Dayton’s 31-0 run to take control of the game. Webster’s 39-yarder put Dayton up 48-24 in the third quarter and he followed that with his 30-yarder on the next Flyers possession for a 51-31 lead. He also kicked off twice with one touchback.