10. Fordham’s Max Kinder: The senior completed 18 of 29 for 290 yards and two touchdowns in the Rams’ 27-17 victory over Xaverian. Fordham improved to 3-0.
9. Rye Country Day’s Sam Stern: In a low-scoring affair, Stern rushed just 14 times but gained 112 yards and scored the game’s only touchdown in RCDS’ 6-0 win over Long Island Lutheran.
8. Somers’ D.J. Giuntini: The senior surpassed 100 yards for the second straight game. He had 152 yards on 20 carries and scored two touchdowns in the Tuskers’ 29-13 victory over Brewster.
7. Sacred Heart’s D’Andre McPhatter: Offense, defense, you name it. McPhatter contributed in all sorts of ways. He rushed for 140 yards and three touchdowns, and recorded eight tackles, two fumble recoveries and a sack in Sacred Heart’s 20-6 victory over Harvey.
6. Edgemont’s Joseph Hoffman: The senior QB proved to be a dual threat in Saturday’s 28-14 win over Briarcliff. He completed 13 of 21 for 190 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 77 yards and two touchdowns.
5. Westlake’s Matt DeBiase: The senior contributed the majority of Westlake’s rushing offense and why not? He carried the ball 29 times for 217 yards and three touchdowns, helping burn plenty of clock in a 34-27 win over Kennedy.
4. North Rockland’s Jonathan McCoy: With his team in dire need of a win, McCoy helped deliver. He had 20 carries for 193 yards and three touchdowns. One covered 91 yards in the fourth quarter to help put away Suffern, 28-0.
3. Pelham’s Ke’Shaun Stallworth: The receiver-turned-back turned the battle of unbeatens into a rout. He rushed for 224 yards and four touchdowns as Pelham beat Lourdes 26-7, racing out to a 26-0 lead.
2. Iona Prep’s Sidney Weston: Jeff Mack who? The senior safety-turned-running back gained 130 yards and scored five touchdowns on just 12 carries as Iona rolled to a 35-0 halftime lead. The Gaels routed St. Francis Prep 52-6 to win their second straight.
1. Nyack’s Donald Davis: This. Was. Not. Hard. Davis, a 220-pound battering ram, gained 278 yards and three touchdowns on 29 carries and intercepted two Connor Eck passes in the first half. He also had a dozen tackles to round out perhaps the performance of hte year in Nyack’s 28-7 victory.