ATLANTA--After a record-setting performance in Georgia State's season-ending victory, quarterback Kelton Hill was recognized as the FCS Independent Player of the Week by College Sports Madness.

Each week, College Sports Madness identifies the highest impact player nationally and one from each FCS conference.

Hill tied the Georgia State record with four touchdown passes in the Panthers' 42-35 victory over Campbell. He also scored once on the ground to set a school record with five touchdowns responsible for.

The sophomore from Douglasville, Ga., passed for 213 yards while topping 100-yard rushing for the second straight week, finishing with 141 yards. He tossed touchdown passes of 56, 55, three and three yards and scored on a spectacular 39-yard run.

For the last two games of the 2011 season, Hill passed for 441 yards and five touchdowns and rushed for 293 yards and three more scores, totalling 734 yards and eight touchdowns.

Hill is the third Panther to be recognized this season as the FCS Independent Player of the Week by College Sports Madness, joining Albert Wilson (vs. South Alabama) and Bo Schlechter (vs. Clark Atlanta).