WEEK 5: Temple vs Georgia Tech
The NFLPA Collegiate Bowl was on hand in Philadelphia on Saturday as Temple defeated Georgia Tech 24-2, behind the Owls stingy defense led by middle linebacker Shaun Bradley. The national sports media doesn’t pass through the ‘City of Brotherly Love’ often, so Bradley is one of the best players in the country that no one is talking about. His knack for the big play, tough-guy demeanor, sideline-to-sideline prowess and ability to cover makes him an appealing player for the next level.
The do-it-all talents of Isaiah Wright were on display once again, as Wright was used as a receiver, runner and returner. While it was a relatively low-key game for Wright, he was often deployed as a decoy on end-arounds and used in motion, keeping the defense honest while setting up his teammates to make big plays. A possession wideout used in array of ways, he owns a very similar skill-set to Mohamed Sanu of the Atlanta Falcons.
For Georgia Tech, wide receiver Jalen Camp showcased his length and vertical ability, snagging four catches for 63 yards while demonstrating the ability to compete for contested balls. A team captain, whom head coach Geoff Collins awarded a single digit to for his hard work during the spring and summer, Camp is an under-the-radar prospect due to the Yellow Jackets wishbone offense scheme.
*Make sure you check back for more Campus Confidential reports throughout the season, as we count you down to the ninth annual NFLPA Collegiate Bowl on January 18th, 2020 at the historic Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California!