PFL Players of the Week: 10/3/2021 2:56:00 PM
  • Mark Pappas, Morehead State
    Mark Pappas, Morehead State

    Senior, Quarterback
    Avon Lake, Ohio
    Pappas set a Morehead State record with 481 passing yards and was one shy of the team’s touchdowns record in a 45-38 overtime victory against Dayton, Saturday. He completed 32-of-43 passes and threw for all six MSU touchdowns in the victory. Pappas need only one pass in overtime to put the Eagles ahead for good, connecting with DeVonte Adams for a 25-yard touchdown strike. He completed passes to 11 different receivers and connected on touchdowns with four different receivers. Receiver BJ Byrd was nearly a 200-yard receiver thanks to Pappas, with his 14 receptions going for 191 yards and three touchdowns.

    Others Nominated: Coy Williams (Sr., RB, DAV); Jack Cook (Sr., QB, DAY); Cross Robinson (5th Yr., RB, DRA); Hunter Cobb (RJr., RB, MAR); Michael Carner (Jr., WR, SAN); Nazeviah Burris (Fr., WR, STE); Robert Washington (Sr., RB, VAL).

  • Johnathon Hammond, Davidson<br>Kama Kamaka, San Diego
    Johnathon Hammond, Davidson
    Kama Kamaka, San Diego

    Johnathan Hammond, Davidson
    Sophomore, Defensive End
    Dunwoody, Georgia
    Hammond’s sack as time expired helped Davidson improve to 2-0 in PFL play with a 35-28 victory at Stetson, Saturday. He finished the game with four tackles, but three of those were behind the line of scrimmage. Hammond had two sacks, including the walk-off sack and a sack on Stetson’s drive to start the fourth quarter that helped force a punt in Davidson territory.

    Kama Kamaka, San Diego
    Senior, Defensive End
    Kailua, Hawaii
    Kamaka’s strip-scoop-and-score late in the third quarter tied the game and was part of San Diego’s come-from-behind 27-24 PFL victory against St. Thomas, Saturday. Kamaka tackled the St. Thomas quarterback to force the fumble, scooped up the loose ball and returned it 38 yards for a touchdown to level the score at 24-24. He also had six tackles (three solo) in the win.

    Others Nominated: Zach Rumpke (RJr., SAF, DAY); Declan Carr (Sr., LB, DRA); Teddy Wright (RSr., SAF, MAR); Vaughn Taylor Jr. (Sr., DE, MOR); Davion Maxwell (RSo., SAF, STE); Joe Hird (Sr., DB, STT); Evan Annis (RSo., LB, VAL).

  • Brandon Eickert, San Diego
    Brandon Eickert, San Diego

    Junior, Kicker
    St. Charles, Illinois
    Eickert’s 31-yard field goal with four minutes left in the game proved to be the game winner in San Diego’s 27-24 PFL victory against St. Thomas, Saturday. He was 2-of-2 on field goals, also making a 27-yarder) and 3-of-3 on PATs to account for nine of San Diego’s 27 points in the victory.

    Others Nominated: Brandon Easterling (Sr., SAF, DAY); Andrew Foster (Grad., K/P, MOR); Jalen Mason (RJr., WR, STT); Brett Bittner (RSr., TE, VAL).