Jeff Wagenheim of the Boston Globe has a feature today on UMass' new dual threats in the kickoff return game. While Trey Dudley-Giles has been known as one of the MAC's top returners, it was Khary Bailey-Smith who had an electrifying 90-yard touchdown return last week against Western Michigan.
Recently in Trey Dudley-Giles Category
Dan Malone of the Springfield Republican has a story on Trey Dudley-Giles and his explosive play-making ability on special teams as the Minutemen's kick-off and punt returner.
He's fearless with the ball in his hands," UMass coach Charley Molnar said. "And as I watch these kick returners across our schedule, I don't see many that are as fearless as Trey. He's got great vision, he's got a knack."
That fearlessness, coupled with an impressive burst and innate ability to find wiggle room in the chaos that accompanies most return opportunities, has helped Dudley-Giles grow into a weapon for the Minutemen.
Dan Malone of the Springfield Republican hands out his weekly helmet stickers following UMass' loss at Buffalo. His top three players of the game were Tajae Shapre, Trey Dudley-Giles, and Blake Lucas.
Dan Malone of the Springfield Republican looks at Saturday's match-up with Kansas State and the speed the Wildcats have as a team - particularly on offense. He says UMass will have to find a way to contend with that schematically in order to be successful.
Matt Vautour of the Daily Hampshire Gazette has a look at the defensive secondary and how young cornerbacks like Randall Jette, Trey Dudley-Giles and D'Metrius Williams are now more experienced players after last season.
Dan Malone of the Springfield Republican finished his 10 players to watch series in this piece. He has Rob Blanchflower as his No. 3 player to watch, while quarterback Mike Wegzyn takes the No. 1 spot.