Spencer Rattler had a great week for South Carolina with an impressive win over Tennessee. The Gamecocks quarterback shone in the SEC excitement.

For his efforts, Rattler was named Maxwell Award’s Player of the Week. He is one of seven players on the weekly Maxwell Award honors list.

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Maxwell Football Club presents the Maxwell Award, presented annually to the nation’s top college football player. They also present the Chuck Bednarik Award for Best Defensive Player in College Football.

Each March, the club hosts an annual awards gala at Harrah’s in Atlantic City, NJ

Check out the eight players who made it into the Maxwell Award Weekly Honor Roll this week!

QB Spencer Rattler, South Carolina

In an impressive excitement from Tennessee, the Gamecocks quarterback absolutely showed up. Rattler was 30-to-37 for 438 yards with six touchdown passes and he had 16 rushing yards. Not chatting? Rattler also had a reception for 15 yards. Big statement win for South Carolina. Great also from Rattler, who was named player of the week at the Maxwell Awards.

RB Dallan Hayden, Ohio State

The true freshman helped speed up an offense at Ohio State that wasn’t as fluid as usual in Saturday’s 43-30 win over Maryland with 27 carries for 146 yards and three touchdowns. It was a third game for Hayden in that one season in which he ran in triple digits.

QB Caleb Williams, USC

After trailing 14-0 in the first quarter against UCLA, Williams and the USC offense rebounded well for an impressive away win. Williams had 470 passing yards against her biggest rival. The second quarterback had two touchdowns and an interception, as well as 33 rushing yards and a touchdown on eight carries.

QB Jayden Daniels, LSU

At times on Saturday, Daniels and the LSU offense seemed to move the ball almost effortlessly against UAB. The junior passed for 22 of 29 for 297 yards with a touchdown while running the ball 12 times for 111 yards and a touchdown.

RB Raheim Sanders, Arkansas

In an upset victory over Ole Miss, Sanders was nothing short of dominant. On 24 carries, Sanders had 232 yards with three touchdowns. He also had five catches for 29 yards in a 42-27 win. It was the Razorbacks’ first win over a ranked team since their season opener against Cincinnati.

WR Shae Wyatt, Tulane

Don’t look now, but Tulane is ranked and pulled off a thorough victory over SMU last week. Wyatt, a senior, had three catches for 104 yards with two touchdowns.

WR Jermaine Burton, Alabama

It was the best performance of the season for the Crimson Tide wide receiver, who had seven catches for 128 yards and two touchdowns. Burton rushed for more yards than in his last three games, an impressive feat for the Calabasas junior.

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