SEC Players of the Week: Derrick Henry honored once again
The SEC Players of the Week were handed out Monday and after convincing wins over Mississippi State and LSU, Alabama and Arkansas dominated the list of winners.
OFF: Henry DEF: Burks O-Line: Skipper D-Line: Allen ST: McKenzie FR: Greenlaw #SEC POTW: https://t.co/hTa54sMOYj pic.twitter.com/XAMQ596LhX
— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) November 16, 2015
Derrick Henry won his fourth weekly award of 2015 after rushing for 200-plus yards in his second straight week (the first Bama running back to do so since Bobby Humphrey, 1986).
With two weeks left in the regular season the Bama back has solidified himself as the SEC’s, and the nation’s, top contender for the Heisman.
Henry has won the SEC weekly award more than any player this season.
Return specialist Isaiah McKenzie and freshman LB Dre Greenlaw also won their second POW Awards of 2015.
Greenlaw won for the second time in four weeks as the freshman has really come on strong for the Razorbacks. During Arkansas’ four-game winning streak Greenlaw has recorded 47 tackles and one sack as he’s become an integral part of the Razorback defense.