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Week 4 Helmet Stickers: SEC West

by Connor Jackson

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With conference play starting to get into full swing, we hand out our helmet stickers from the SEC in Week 4.

There are some usual performers here, but there were also some newcomers to this list. Here are our Week 4 helmet stickers from the SEC West:


Offense: QB Bryce Young

Once again, Bryce Young is the top offensive performer for the Crimson Tide.

This time around, Young might have had his most efficient outing to date.

Outside of one interception, Young was essentially perfect. Young went 20-for-22 passing with 313 yards and five touchdowns in the Tide’s 63-14 blowout of Southern Mississippi.

Another week, another Heisman Trophy-caliber performance for the former 5-star prospect.

Defense: EDGE Will Anderson

As usual, Will Anderson was living in the opposing backfield.

The second-year starter finished with five tackles, three for loss and a sack.


Offense: QB KJ Jefferson

KJ Jefferson was not super efficient as he completed less than 50% of his passes, but he produced explosive plays and nearly eclipsed 300 yards of offense by himself in a 20-10 win over Texas A&M.

More importantly, Jefferson led the Razorbacks to a huge win over a top-10 team — something they had not accomplished in years.

Defense: DL Tre Williams

Tre Williams continues to be one of the most improved players for the Razorbacks this year.

After a big outing last week, Williams followed it up with an even bigger performance against the Aggies.

The fifth-year senior finished with four tackles and two sacks. Williams has been a force in the middle of the Arkansas defense so far.


Offense: QB TJ Finley

Auburn nearly lost its homecoming game to Georgia State. That was until head coach Bryan Harsin opted to bench a struggling Bo Nix for TJ Finley.

Finley missed some throws early, but settled in and finished 9-for-16 with 97 yards and a touchdown pass.

More importantly, Finley led a 98-yard game-winning scoring drive in a 34-24 victory.

The former LSU Tiger just might get the start this week against his former team.

Defense: LB Zakoby McClain

Auburn gave up 24 points in the first half without McClain. With him back in the game, Auburn shut out the Georgia State offense in the second half.

McClain did not stuff the stat sheet, but his presence alone turned things around for the Tigers.


Offense: QB Max Johnson

Max Johnson has been the main source of offense for the Tigers all year, and last week was no different.

Max Johnson completed 17 of his 25 passes for 280 yards and four touchdowns in a 28-25 win over Mississippi State. The lone blemish was one interception.

The former 4-star will lead the Tigers up against rival Auburn this week.

Defense: CB Cordale Flott

Flott has been one of the most improved players for LSU so far this year, and this past game was no exception.

Flott finished with a season-high eight tackles.

The Alabama native also excelled in coverage and came away with a dynamic interception early in the game.

Mississippi State

Offense: RB Dillon Johnson

Johnson came out of last week’s game against LSU with nine receptions and eight carries.

He finished with 51 yards on the ground and 58 yards receiving.

The emergence of Johnson gives the Bulldogs two viable options in the backfield.

Defense: CB Emmanuel Forbes

Forbes has emerged as one of the best cornerbacks in the country.

Last week, Forbes finished with four tackles, an interception and a pass breakup.

Forbes continues to draw some serious NFL Draft buzz.

Ole Miss


After a week off, Ole Miss prepares for a big one against No. 1 Alabama.

Texas A&M

Offense: RB Isaiah Spiller

Isaiah Spiller only got 12 touches for Texas A&M, but he made the most of them.

Spiller rushed for 95 yards and scored the only touchdown of the night for the Aggies.

Spiller added five receptions for 26 yards.

Defense: DB Antonio Johnson

Johnson has been extremely active all year for the Aggies, and was again against Arkansas.

Johnson finished with eight tackles, 1.5 for loss, and a pair of pass breakups in the defeat.

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