Every week during the NFL regular season, we will track notable performances by NFL players who participated in the Collegiate Bowl. Here are the top performers from Week 2:
DB Shaquill Griffin
Despite entering the game as questionable with a thigh injury, that didn’t stop Griffin from snagging two interceptions to go with three passes defended and four tackles. His defense helped keep the game close with clutch plays and interceptions on consecutive drives to interrupt the Bears momentum. The second-year cornerback showed great displays of athleticism and agility, which is exactly what the Seahawks need as they search for their first win of the year.
P Marquette King
In a close win against his old team, the Oakland Raiders, King showed off his incredible talent with a total of 204 yards on four punts for an average of 51 yards per kick.
TE Will Dissly
The rookie tight end put together another strong showing, this time on the Monday Night Football stage against the Chicago Bears. Dissly caught three passes for 42 yards and a touchdown. Through two games, he sits as the team’s top receiver with six catches, 147 yards and two touchdowns. And according to the Seahawks, this output makes him the first rookie tight end in NFL history to start his career with a touchdown and more than 40 yards receiving in consecutive games.