Top Performers - Defensive Backs

Some JUCO defensive backs put up some impressive numbers this past weekend. Here is a look at who stood as well as what some of them have done so far this season on the gridiron...

City College of San Francisco S Maurice Cannon - Cannon had six tackles in the Rams' 59-14 win over West Hills last weekend. The sophomore safety has had a great start to the season, racking up 15 tackles, three tackles-for-loss and is tied for the team-lead with two interceptions.


Chabot S Eddie Horn - Horn racked up 12 tackles (seven solo) and also had a tackle-for-loss and an interception in Chabot's 33-13 loss to American River last weekend.


Butte S Ryan Holland - The sophomore safety had six tackles (four solo), three tackles-for-loss and two sacks as Butte blew out Shasta 65-0. In three games, Holland has totaled 14 stops (10 solo), two interceptions and two sacks from his hybrid safety/outside linebacker spot.


Santa Rosa S Austin Shull - Shull posted six tackles (all solo) and an interception he returned 66 yards, setting up another score, in the Bear Cubs' 35-21 win over Sac City.


West Los Angeles S Marlon Taylor - Taylor had a breakout game for the Wildcats, posting eight tackles and two interceptions, but West L.A. still fell to 0-3 as they lost to East Los Angeles by a score of 21-20 in overtime.


Orange Coast S Elijah Steen - Steen, a bounceback from USC, totaled 12 tackles and a pass breakup in OCC's 46-16 loss to Long Beach.


L.A. Harbor CB Cameron Malvo - Malvo had 11 tackles (six solo) and an interception, but Harbor still dropped to 0-3 with a 46-6 loss to Ventura last weekend.


Riverside S Daniel Young - The freshman had 11 tackles (eight solo) and a pass breakup in Riverside's 38-31 win over Saddleback.


College of the Desert S Jacob Girgle - Girgle managed to post 11 tackles (10 solo), a sack and a tackle-for-loss from his safety spot last week, but the Road Runners still lost to College of the Canyons by a score of 17-0.


Saddleback S Trevor Douglass - Douglass led the Gauchos with nine tackles (all solo stops), and a tackle-for-loss, but Saddleback still lost to Riverside, 38-31.


Palomar CB Javante O'Roy - The sophomore totaled nine tackles (eight solo), one interception that he took back 87 yards for a touchdown and one pass break-up.


Citrus CB Derek Calderon - The sophomore corner had eight tackles (three solo) and an interception he returned for a touchdown as Citrus downed Grossmont 39-14.


College of the Canyons CB Anthony Adams - In COC's 17-0 shutout win over College of the Desert, Adams totaled only one tackle, but he chipped in two big interceptions, his second and third of the season, to contribute to the victory.


Lackawanna S Shahid Lovett - Lovett totaled 13 tackles (10 solo), one tackle-for-loss and an interception in the Falcons' 19-18 loss to Louisburg. So far this season, the sophomore safety prospect leads Lackawanna with 24 tackles and two interceptions.


Jones CB Victor Jenkins - Jenkins, a sophomore, had 18 tackles (17 solo) and two pass break-ups as well as a crucial fourth-quarter interception in the Bobcats' 52-42 victory over top-ranked Mississippi Gulf Coast last week. He was named the MACJC Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts.


Fort Scott S Vantavious Williams - Williams had a solid afternoon in Fort Scott's 37-36 loss to Dodge City last week, posting seven tackles (three solo), a pass break-up and an interception. In five games, the sophomore has posted 33 tackles (22 solo) to go along with nine tackles-for-loss and an interception.


Kilgore CB Daniel Lopez - Lopez totaled 10 tackles (eight solo) and a pass break-up in Kilgore's 35-21 loss to Navarro last week.


Dean CB Khamaal Whitaker - The freshman corner had only two tackles, but he also had three interceptions in Dean's hard-fought 20-17 win over Hudson Valley last weekend.


Scottsdale CB Andre Fils - Fils had a big game in the Chokes' 35-28 win over Pima last weekend, racking up 14 tackles (12 solo) and a fumble recovery he took back 66 yards for a score.


New Mexico Military S Dequan Reddick - The freshman safety had eight tackles (five solo), three tackles-for-loss and a fumble recovery in the Broncos' 24-13 over Eastern Arizona last week.


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