First Team All-NEIM: Logan Woodside - Toledo
Woodside led Toledo to a 31-10 win over Arkansas State while completing 74% of his 31 pass attempts for 371 yards and 3 touchdowns. The distance in our formula between Woodside and the next best MAC QB is greater than the distance between QB #2 and QB #6. If Logan keeps playing at this level, he will be the MAC’s first team QB and it won’t be close.
Second Team All-NEIM: Thomas Woodson - Akron
Sample size is always an issue after one week. Even more so when some teams play top FBS talent, while others play FCS talent. Time will tell if Thomas Woodson will stay at the top of the conference, but for now, his 72% completion rate for 407 yards and 6 touchdowns against Virginia Military Institute was good enough for second place on our ranking.
Third Team All-NEIM: Billy
WoodBahl - Miami-Ohio
Despite playing at Iowa and losing by 24, Miami out-gained the Hawkeyes. Billy Bahl went 19 for 29, for 266 yards and 2 TDs. Bahl was able to avoid throwing an interception however Bahl did fumble the ball away on 1st and goal. The resulting Iowa drive lead to a touchdown, and Miami never recovered from the 14 point swing. Fortunately for Bahl, our formula does not take fumbles into account.
4) Drew Hare - Northern Illinois
5) Greg Windham - Ohio
6) Zach Terrell - Western Michigan
7) James Morgan - Bowling Green
8) Todd Porter - Eastern Michigan
9) Mylik Mitchell - Kent State
10) Cooper Rush - Central Michigan
11) Tyree Jackson - Buffalo
12) Tra’Von Chapman - Akron
13) Riley Neal - Ball State
14) Justin Agner - Kent State
15) Grant Rohach - Buffalo
16) James Knapke - Bowling Green