The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce the Vidswap.com Players of the Week for Week 3 of the 2018 IFL season.
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Judd Harrold (WR, Sioux Falls Storm)
Sioux Falls Storm WR Judd Harrold had the biggest night of his life in the Storm's 70-33 victory over the Cedar Rapids Titans. Not only did Harrold (6'5, Univ. of Mount Union) catch a career-high five touchdowns in the victory but he proposed to his girlfriend in during the game. She said yes and Harrold went on to a spectacular night tying the team record for receiving touchdowns. Harrold caught four touchdowns in the second half alone and finished his night with five receiving touchdowns and 81 yards on just six receptions. Harrold now leads all IFL receivers in touchdown receptions as the Sioux Falls Storm prepare to face the red-hot Iowa Barnstormers in Week 4.
Honorable Mention: Damien Fleming (QB, Nebraska Danger), Marquel Wade (WR, Cedar Rapids Titans), Eric Thomas (WR, Nebraska Danger), Drew Powell (QB, Iowa Barnstormers)
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Xzavie Jackson (DL, Nebraska Danger)
Xzavie Jackson, the IFL's all-time sack leader, had another game that helped cement his legacy as one of the best IFL defenders in history as the Nebraska Danger blasted the Green Bay Blizzard 59-23 in Week 3. Early in the second quarter Jackson (6'3, Univ.of Missouri) stripped Blizzard QB Christian Lemay of the ball and returned the fumble 20 yards for a Danger score. The defensive touchdown helped give the Danger an insurmountable 35-7 first half lead. Jackson went on to finish the game with two sacks, 3.5 tackles for loss and four total tackles. With his two sacks, Jackson has now tallied 80 career IFL sacks and currently leads the IFL with three in 2018. Jackson and the Nebraska Danger travel to face the Cedar Rapids Titans in Week 4.
Honorable Mention: Bryce Enyard (DB, Iowa Barnstormers), Myke Tavarres (LB, Nebraska Danger),Josh Jenkins (DB, Green Bay Blizzard), Trey Wafford (DB, Sioux Falls Storm)
SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Daniel Lindsey (KR, Sioux Falls Storm)
The Sioux Falls Storm had a strong second half that propelled the team to a 70-33 victory over the Cedar Rapids Titans in Week 3. Late in the third quarter, Storm KR Daniel Lindsey helped seal the victory as he returned a Titans' kickoff 49 yards for a touchdown. Lindsey (6'1, Fort Hays State Univ.) finished the game with 99 kick return yards on just three kickoffs, a 33.0 yards per return average. In addition, Lindsey added six tackles and a pass breakup in the Storm's victory. Lindsey currently ranks third in the IFL in all-purpose yards with 229 as the Storm to face the Iowa Barnstormers in Week 4.
Honorable Mention: B.J Hill (KR, Green Bay Blizzard), Brad Hatfield (K, Nebraska Danger), Raphael Lawson-Gayle (KR, Cedar Rapids Titans), Miles Bergner (K, Sioux Falls Storm)