Story courtesy of the CAA
Photo courtesy of Delaware Athletics
CAA Football's Week Two Player of the Week honorees:
Offensive Player of the Week: Dae'Quan Scott, RB, James Madison
Scott played just 27 minutes in a 42-3 win over Alcorn State, but it was enough time to haul in five catches for 39 yards and a touchdown. The junior also accounted for 108 rushing yards and two touchdowns on just eight carries for the Dukes.
Defensive Player of the Week: Paul Worrilow, LB, Delaware
Worrilow was instrumental in helping Delaware retain the First State Cup in a 38-14 win over in-state rival Delaware State. The senior accounted for a career-high 18 tackles in the contest, helping him surpass the 300-tackle plateau in his career...the 16th Blue Hen ever to reach the mark.
Rookie of the Week: John Robertson, QB, Villanova
Robertson led the Wildcats to a come-from-behind win over Fordham in Villanova's home opener, 28-13. The freshman completed eight of 17 passes for 78 yards and touchdown, and also rushed for a net of 46 yards and a TD. Robertson gained nearly 100 yards (93) on the ground, but Fordham registered three sacks which dropped his net total to 46.
Special Teams Player of the Week: Rauley Zaragoza, P, Delaware
Zaragoza logged four punts in the Blue Hens' 38-14 win over Delaware State in the Route 1 Rivalry. His long punt of 54 helped him average a single-game career-best 48.0 yards on the day. The senior also converted a 4th-and-6 in the second quarter with a nine-yard rush.