Collecting 58% of the votes in the USA Today Offensive Player of the Week poll, Daryl Rollins will claim the final week's title before heading into the playoffs.
Rollins had similar stats to those nominated against him, but what made him stand out was that his stats came from only one half of a game. Rollins only carried the ball ten times, but turned those ten carries into 178 yards and four touchdowns.
Fulton has been a power-house this year, and Rollins was unstoppable Friday night against rival Carter. Although, he knows if he was able to play the entire game he would be able to put up even more outstanding statistics.
"It gets kind of frustrating sometimes because you know you can get more yards if you were to play the full game, but I mean I don't really try to worry about it too much. I just play the game and hope to win," said Rollins.
Head Coach Rob Black is also well aware of the damage Rollins could do if he was to play him the entire game.
"You know Daryl is doing a lot statistically with not very many carries so he is making every single one of them count," said Black.