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  2019 JERRY RICE AWARD WATCH LIST: Hajj-Malik Williams, QB, Campbell: 105 of 177 (59.3 percent), 1,496 yards, 15 TDs, 5 INTs; 101 carries, 418 yards, 5 TDs; 1 TD reception (8 games),...A freshman from Atlanta, Ga., Williams has thrown for 1,496 yards and 15 touchdowns, completing nearly 60 percent of his passes, while starting all eight games for the 6-2 Camels, off to their best start in program history. The QB has also rushed for 418 yards and five more touchdowns. His 15 passing TDs are tied for second on the Campbell single-season charts, while his 1,496 passing yards stands sixth in CU single-season history. Williams has accounted for a touchdown throw and a rushing score in four games this season, ranking third in the Big South in total offense, and leading all conference freshman. Williams has been named Big South Freshman of the Week, as well as honorable mention STATS FCS Freshman of the Week four times this season. - STATS FCS/Campbell Football

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  OCT 28 BIG SOUTH FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Campbell quarterback Hajj-Malik Williams (Atlanta, Ga.) rallied the Camels to a 49-47 triple-overtime win at Gardner-Webb with 208 passing yards, 100 rushing yards and four total touchdowns. He completed 22-of-36 passes with two TDs, and added rushing scores of six and one yard. In overtime, Williams passed for 39 yards and a touchdown, rushed for 30 and a score, and converted a 2-point conversion for the final scoring margin. Also nominated for Freshman of the Week: Davis Smith (Monmouth) and Tyler Huff (Presbyterian). - Big South Football

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  Hajj-Malik Williams passed for 208 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 100 yards and two scores and Alex Santiago blocked a punt and returned it 41 yards for a TD on the final play of regulation as Campbell outlasted Gardner-Webb 49-47 in triple overtime on Saturday. The difference in the game was Gardner-Webb's failed 2-point conversion try in the third OT. Gardner-Webb jumped out to a 17-3 second-quarter lead thanks to two TD passes by Jordan Smith -- a 30-yarder to Izaiah Gathings in the first quarter and a 5-yarder to Gathings at the 9:18 mark of the second.

Campbell (6-1, 3-0 Big South Conference) trailed 27-13 after the Runnin' Bulldogs' K. Everett booted a 23-yard field goal with 32 seconds left in the third quarter. But the Fighting Camels lived up to their name using Williams' 8-yard TD toss to Jalen Kelsey with 1:55 left in the game and Santiago's return score to force overtime. The teams traded TDs and extra points through the first two extra periods. Campbell had the ball first in the third OT. Johnathan Hawkins scored on a 3-yard run and Williams ran it in on the mandatory two-point conversion for a 49-41 lead. The Runnin' Bulldogs (3-5, 1-2) scored on Jayln Cagle's 1-yard plunge, but G-W's Chuma Awanna was flagged for offensive pass interference on the 2-point try, moving the ball back to the 18-yard line. Kalen Whitlow's final pass was incomplete. Gardner-Webb's quarterback duo of Kalen Whitlow and Smith combined to complete 22 of 32 passes for 221 yards and four TDs. Cagle rushed for 103 yards on 28 carries and Devron Harper snared nine passes for 106 yards. - AP College Football


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  OCT 21 BIG SOUTH DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Campbell linebacker Justice Galloway-Velazquez (Fayetteville, N.C.) collected 10 tackles in Campbell's 31-16 win over Hampton, in addition to a pass break-up and blocked PAT. He ended a pair of drives with a pass break-up on 3rd-and-9, and combined on a 4th-and-2 stop that gave the Camels the ball on downs. Five of Galloway-Velazquez's tackles forced third down situations, while another led to a fourth down play. Six of his stops limited Hampton to one or no yards gained. Also nominated for Defensive Player of the Week: J.D. Sosebee (Charleston Southern), Tymere Berry (Monmouth), Jalen Dread (North Alabama) and Colby Campbell (Presbyterian College). - Big South Football

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  OCT 21 BIG SOUTH FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Campbell quarterback Hajj-Malik Williams (Atlanta, Ga.) was 14-of-26 passing for 217 yards with two touchdowns, and also caught a 23-yard touchdown in Campbell's 31-16 win over Hampton. He led the Camels with 82 rushing yards, including a long rush of 30 yards, and finished the day with 299 yards of offense. Williams' TD passes went for 79 and 11 yards. - Big South Football

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  Hajj-Malik Williams threw two touchdown passes and caught another as Campbell beat Hampton 31-16 on Saturday. Williams had 217 yards passing for the Fighting Camels (5-1, 2-0 Big South Conference) and led the team with 82 yards rushing. Williams threw a 76-yard scoring strike to Jalen Kelsey late in the first quarter. In the second, Williams pulled in a 23-yard pass from wide receiver Caleb Snead on first down for another Campbell touchdown and a 14-3 advantage. Hampton scored a TD to close to 14-10 but Colin Gary's 29-yard field goal just before halftime stretched it to 17-10. The Pirates (3-4, 0-2) closed to a point on a Deondre Francois touchdown throw early in the fourth quarter, but the Fighting Camels extended their lead again on an 11-yard touchdown throw from Williams to Kelsey for a 24-16 edge. Deondre Francois had 246 yards and a score passing for the Pirates. - AP College Football

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  10/09/19 - Brevin AllenSo/2022, Campbell, 6-4, 255 (DS#999 DE) + More +

  OCT 7 BIG SOUTH DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Campbell defensive lineman Brevin Allen (Greensboro, N.C..) finished with eight tackles (three solo, five assisted), plus 3.5 tackles-for-loss, one sack and a quarterback hurry in the Camels' 28-14 Big South-opening win over Presbyterian. His quarterback pressure forced an interception on the play, four of his stops forced third downs, another two forced fourth downs, and a fifth was on a 4th-and-7 situation that resulted in a turnover on downs. Also nominated for Defensive Player of the Week: Garrett Sayegh (Charleston Southern), Darien Reynolds (Gardner-Webb), Oral Varcciann (Hampton) and Nick Shoemaker (Monmouth). - Big South Football

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  10/09/19 - Cameron DavisFr/2023, Campbell, 5-06, 180 (DS#999 RB) + More +

  OCT 7 BIG SOUTH FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Campbell running back Cameron Davis (New London, N.C.) rushed for 137 yards on 22 carries (6.2 average) to help Campbell in its victory over PC. He posted seven first down runs, while five rushes went for at least 10 yards - including a long of 32 as part of his 52 rushing yards during the Camels' second scoring drive of the day. Also nominated for Freshman of the Week: Isaac Ross (Charleston Southern). - Big South Football

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  Freshman Hajj-Malik Williams threw two touchdown passes, Cameron Davis rushed for 137 yards, and Campbell defeated Presbyterian 28-14 on Saturday. Campbell (4-1, 1-0) attempted just 13 passes with Williams completing 5 of 9 for 141 yards. His touchdowns were 56 yards to Trevion Armstrong in the first quarter and 39 yards to Davarius Bargnare in the final period. In between, Bryant Barr scored on two short runs. After Presbyterian (0-5, 0-2) drew within 21-14 in the fourth quarter, Williams connected with Bargnare for a two-score lead with 2:03 remaining. Jarius Jeter rushed for 133 yards and two touchdowns for Presbyterian and the Blue Hose sacked Williams five times. Colby Campbell added 14 combined tackles to his conference lead of 44. - AP College Football

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  09/30/19 - Davarius BargnareSo/2022, Campbell, 5-10, 185 (DS#999 WR) + More +

  SEPT 30/WEEK 5 BIG SKY OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Campbell wide receiver Davarius Bargnare (Orlando, Fla.) caught a season-high five passes for 121 yards and a touchdown in Campbell's 34-27 road win at Mercer. His 76-yard third quarter touchdown scamper gave the Camels' a 20-13 lead, which answered Mercer's game-tying score the previous possession. Bargnare also had first down receptions of 19 and 16 yards in recording Campbell's first 100-yard receiving day of the season. Also nominated for Offensive Player of the Week: Isaac Foster (Kennesaw State) and Dexter Boykin (North Alabama). - Big South Football

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  09/30/19 - Kam PrewittrSr/2020, Campbell, 5-11, 193 (DS#164 CB) + More +

  SEPT 30/WEEK 5 BIG SKY DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Campbell defensive back Kam Prewitt (Birmingham, Ala.) returned an interception 44 yards for a touchdown at Mercer, and added two tackles and two pass break-ups in the Camels' seven-point victory. His pick-six was on a 3rd-and-21 play in the second quarter that put Campbell ahead, 13-0. Prewitt's first pass break-up led to a third down situation, while his second disruption forced a 2nd-and-10 play. Also nominated for Defensive Player of the Week: A.J. Bracey (North Alabama). - Big South Football

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  SEPT 30/WEEK 5 BIG SKY FRESHMAN THE WEEK: Campbell quarterback Hajj-Malik Williams (Atlanta, Ga.) threw for a season-high 266 yards with a touchdown on 15-of-28 passing, and rushed for another 44 to finish with 310 total offensive yards in Campbell's win at Mercer. His 41-yard run on Campbell's final possession sealed the victory, as he directed the Camel offense on an 11-play, 61-yard march down the field that ran out the final 5:10 of the contest. - Big South Football

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  Hajj-Malik Williams threw for 266 yards and a score as Campbell led early and held on late for a 34-27 win over Mercer on Saturday night. Johnathan Hawkins ran for 106 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries for the Fighting Camels (3-1). Cameron Davis added 73 yards rushing and a score. Two Colin Gary field goals and a 44-yard interception return by defensive back Kam Prewitt had the Fighting Camels up 13-0 early in the second quarter. Mercer squeezed in a pair of field goals before the half and Campbell was up 13-6 at halftime.

Mercer evened it 13-13 late in the third on a Robert Riddle touchdown throw but Williams answered with a 76-yard scoring strike to Davarius Bargnare to put Campbell ahead 20-13. Hawkins ran for his score to cap the next Campbell drive and extend the lead to 27-13 but Mercer's Deondre Johnson would return the ensuing kickoff 65 yards for a touchdown, cutting it to 27-20 with 10:39 to play. Each team scored again in the waning minutes for the final score, Campbell going up by two touchdowns before Mercer answered. Riddle had 125 yards passing for the Bears (2-3). - AP College Football


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  SEPT 23/WEEK 4 BIG SOUTH DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Campbell linebacker Justice Galloway-Velazquez (Fayetteville, N.C.) posted a career-high 14 tackles (seven solo, seven assisted) with a school-record-tying two forced fumbles plus a fumble recovery in Campbell's 31-29 win over Davidson. He disrupted three consecutive Davidson possessions in the second quarter with his two forced fumbles, in addition to a tipped pass that was intercepted. The Camels scored on each ensuing drive. - Big South Football

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  09/24/19 - Colin GaryrSr/2020, Campbell, 6-0, 195 (DS#999 K) + More +

  SEPT 23/WEEK 4 BIG SOUTH SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Campbell kicker Colin Gary (Carrollton, Va.) made the game-winning 50-yard field goal as time expired to lift Campbell to a 31-29 win over Davidson. It was the longest field goal in school history, and bettered his previous career long by 13 yards. Gary was also 4-of-4 on PAT attempts and finished with seven points. Also nominated for Defensive Player of the Week: Anton Williams (Charleston Southern) and Bryson Armstrong (Kennesaw State). - Big South Football

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