Along with Yale's Robert Carr, these four players have been conference standouts this season
Kevin Boothe, T, Cornell
The 6'5" 300-pounder is a force for the Big Red (1-5). Along with Penn's Duvol Thompson, he's regarded as one of the top pro prospects coming out of the Ivy.
Clifton Dawson, RB, Harvard
With 15 touchdowns in six games, the 5'10" sophomore transfer from Northwestern leads Division IAA in scoring (15.0 points per game) and ranks fourth in rushing (145.2yard average) for the undefeated Crimson.
Michael Quarshie,DT, Columbia
One of the few bright spots for the 1-5 Lions this fall, the 6'3", 285-pound Helsinki native runs the 40 in 4.8 and has a 33-inch vertical leap. The senior's 14 tackles for loss make him the most dominant defensive lineman in the league.
Duvol Thompson,CB, Penn
The 5'10", 185-pound senior shutdown corner and kick returner is perhaps the Ivy's best all-around player. Though opponents tend to avoid his side of the field, he still ranks near the top of the league in passes defended, with one interception and four breakups for the 5-1 Quakers.