Grossmont CB Kwieshi Brown – The Arkansas commit is a big reason why the Grossmont was able to get a thrilling 39-35 win over Santa Ana last weekend as he posted five tackles, an interception, four passes defensed and also returned an extra point attempt 98 yards for a two-point conversion at the end of the game to seal the win. So far this season, Brown has locked down his side, posting 14 tackles, three interceptions and six passes defensed.
El Camino CB Taj Mathis – Mathis had four tackles (two solo), a pass break up and he scored the winning points with less than 2 minutes left (blocking an extra point he returned 98 yards for two points) in El Camino's stunning 35-33 win over Long Beach.
L.A. Harbor CB Trey Martin – Martin had 10 tackles (all solo) and a tackle-for-loss in the Seahawks' 71-0 loss to Riverside.
Mt. San Jacinto CB Leroy Holt - Holt had five tackles (four solo) and an interception which he returned for 26 yards as the Eagles beat East Los Angeles 26-13.
Allan Hancock S Deonte Barnes - Barnes had eight tackles (seven solo), one sack and one tackle-for-loss in Hancock's 34-21 win over Moorpark.
Hartnell CB Mike Resendiz - In Hartnell's big 37-34 win over Contra Costa, the freshman was all over the place totaling 13 tackles (11 solo) and one pass break up.
Hartnell CB Anthony Smithson - Smithson had a solid outing for Panthers posting eight tackles (all solo), one tackle-for-loss and an interception in their 37-34 win over Contra Costa last weekend.
Reedley CB Rolan Milligan – Milligan had 10 tackles (seven solo), one forced fumble and an interception in Reedley's 22-19 win over San Jose.
Foothill CB Jatniel Espinoza - Espinoza had nine tackles (five solo), two tackles-for-loss and two passes defensed in Foothill's 37-36 loss to College of the Sequoias.
Butte CB Deonte Flemings - Flemings led the Roadrunners with seven tackles (four solo) in their 45-3 win over San Joaquin Delta. In four games this season, the sophomore corner has posted 19 tackles, an interception, a forced fumble and six passes defensed.
Monterey Penninsula CB Najee Champagne - The freshman who hails from New York led the Lobos with 10 tackles (six solo) and a tackle-for-loss in their 34-17 loss to Los Medanos.
Gavilan S Felix Gonzalez - Gonzalez racked up 10 tackles (five solo), 1.5 tackles-for-loss and a pass break up in the Rams' 33-29 win over College of the Redwoods. The sophomore has totaled 16 tackles, a sack, four tackles-for-loss and a pass break up on the season.
Highland S Mike Brown - Brown had a game-high 11 tackles (seven solo), one tackle-for-loss and one forced fumble in Highland's 36-20 loss to Hutchinson. The sophomore safety has posted 39 tackles (25 solo), 2.5 tackles-for-loss, one forced fumble and two passes defensed.
Georgia Military S Corey Neely - The freshman was named the NJCAA Defensive Player of the Week after totaling five tackles (three solo), one tackle-for-loss and two interception, one of which he returned 85 yards for a touchdown in GMC's big 48-28 win over Iowa Western last week.
ASA S Alex Wells - Wells had two tackles (both solo) and two interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown, in the Avengers' 40-16 win over Army JV.
Hutchinson S Jaylon Myers - The West Virginia commit had three tackles (two solo) and two interceptions in the Blue Dragons' 36-20 win over Highland. So far this season, Myers leads the nation in interceptions with six while also totaling 11 tackles.
Lackawanna S Shahid Lovett - Lovett had seven tackles (two solo), 1.5 tackles-for-loss and one interception but the Falcons still dropped their game with Nassau by a score of 32-13. The sophomore has racked up 33 tackles, three interceptions and two forced fumbles in five games so far this year.
Tyler CB Caleb Williams - Williams had six tackles (all solo) in the Apaches' 63-49 win over Northeast Oklahoma A&M last week. The sophomore converted wideout has posted 33 tackles and three interceptions in five games this season.
Pima CB Mikell Everette - In Pima's 33-17 win over Glendale (AZ), Everette posted seven tackles (four solo), a tackle-for-loss and two interceptions.
Iowa Central S Greg Brown - Brown had four tackles (all solo) and four passes defensed in the Tritons' 16-0 win over North Dakota College of Science.
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