UTSA Roadrunners Best of 2023: Joshua Cephus Dominates Downfield While Trey Moore Crashes the Party Off the Edge

    UTSA Roadrunners Best of 2023 includes Trey Moore, the edge-crashing linebacker who comes off the ball with a vengeance.

    In conjunction with our College Football’s Best series, highlighting the top plays, players, highlights, and moments from all 133 teams, we’re here to showcase the best the UTSA Roadrunners have had to offer in 2023. Who has stood out? What units are turning heads?

    And who from UTSA is among the top mentions in our College Football’s Best series this season?

    UTSA Roadrunners Best of 2023

    At College Football Network, we watch every game. Every player. Every team. And our notebooks are chock full of top players, plays, highlights, and moments. Today, I’m emptying the notebook.

    Below, find UTSA’s noteworthy players, groupings, or units, all listed under a different category: good, great, grand, or wonderful. Every team across the country has put forth their best efforts in 2023, and through four weeks of action, those players deserve notoriety for what they’ve put forth this season.

    Highlighting the best with a line from the one and only Chris Farley, welcome to this season’s Good, Great, Grand, Wonderful!

    For all 133 teams, head over to College Football’s Best of 2023.

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    Good: Rashad Wisdom, S

    It feels like a college football forever that we’ve been talking about Rashad Wisdom. His fifth season with the Roadrunners has started off with a bang as he leads the team with 14 solo tackles.

    He’s come downhill very well and patrolled the middle in coverage all the same.

    Great: Joshua Cephus, WR

    It’s been a slow start for the UTSA offense with Frank Harris hobbled, yet Joshua Cephus has done more than enough to indicate he’s ready to explode at any given time. He’s got 31 catches for 305 yards and three scores already.

    Clearly, he’s proved that he hasn’t lost a step nor does he miss his partner-in-crime, Zakhari Franklin (transfer) or De’Corian Clark (injured).

    Grand: Kam Alexander, CB

    A relatively new face on the defensive side of the ball for UTSA, Kam Alexander has expanded his role since transferring in from Sam Houston. He’s recorded four pass breakups and done a terrific job of limiting receivers in his primary coverage.

    Wonderful: Trey Moore, EDGE

    A living nightmare for opposing offensive linemen, Trey Moore has once again flashed brilliance for UTSA. Coming off the edge with terrific timing, a great get-off, and masterful strength-to-speed in his hands and feet, Moore picks and chooses his shots better than most.

    He’s recorded four sacks, but that hardly indicates just how often he’s been in the backfield this year.

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