Last week, defense reigned on opening week of the Golden State junior college football scene.
This week, six of the eight highlighted players are offensive guys. Here's who stood out:
RAUL ALVAREZ, QUARTERBACK, COLLEGE OF THE SEQUOIAS
Despite the 45-41 loss to Feather River, Alvarez led the Giants with 544 passing yards and four touchdowns.
TONIO BURTON, RUNNING BACK, FEATHER RIVER
Burton ran through the COS defense with 299 yards and four rushing touchdowns in the thrilling shootout on Sept. 13.
ELIJAH KING, WIDE RECEIVER, SANTA BARBARA CITY
King, a bounce back from Eastern Kentucky University, burned Allan Hancock College with 14 catches, 137 yards and a 12-yard touchdown which got the Vaqueros to take the lead and never look back. King out-smarted the Bulldogs' zone coverage with his footwork and routes in SBCC's 33-27 win.
RAFEAL ARAUJO-LOPES, WIDE RECEIVER, REEDLEY COLLEGE
Araujo-Lopes helped get the Tigers to nearly pull off a 27-point comeback, as he finished with 12 catches for 162 yards and two touchdowns in the 41-36 loss to San Jose City in Silicon Valley on Sept. 13.
RAY RIVERA, QUARTERBACK, SAN JOSE CITY
Rivera threw for 299 yards and tossed four touchdown passes as SJCC held on for the victory against Reedley College.
BRUCE SMITH, DEFENSIVE LINEMAN, FRESNO CITY
The Rams have always had stout defensive linemen, and Smith just gave FCC another pass rusher following his two sack performance in the gritty 15-12 victory over Sierra College.
MITCHELL FRANCIS, LINEBACKER, FRESNO CITY
The Rams also have been known for being a linebacker factory, and Francis could add to the lineage after getting 10 tackles, six solo stops, one tackle for a loss, one forced fumble and one interception in the Rams' three point victory.
JAHRAY HAYES, RUNNING BACK, SAN FRANCISCO CITY
Hayes finished with 200 yards on 39 carries and scored twice in the 31-13 win over Laney.