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winners1
sportsfan wrote:


no Marquis Mason? Yeah, he is the sexiest player in the state!!!


Woah, not cool man, keep that to your self. He is a great athlete, but this isn't an appropriate place to be expressing you feelings about him.
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sportsfan12
Winners wrote:


sportsfan wrote:


no Marquis Mason? Yeah, he is the sexiest player in the state!!!


Woah, not cool man, keep that to your self. He is a great athlete, but this isn't an appropriate place to be expressing you feelings about him.


Screw you. Just because you changed the text in the quotes doesn't mean I said it.
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bazballfan
consider who Sinz played every week too. McAdams and Demler both played steady competition week in and week out. Also, the state leader in receiving, Tyler Kubicek, only receives HM WFCA and doesnt get any AP all state recognition. I dont get it
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mockingbird
BazBallFan wrote:


consider who Sinz played every week too. McAdams and Demler both played steady competition week in and week out. Also, the state leader in receiving, Tyler Kubicek, only receives HM WFCA and doesnt get any AP all state recognition. I dont get it


Have those two landed a big 10 scholarship offer? I am not sure just asking. I bet they are very good also. But don't knock sinze because he was selected.
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leecorso
Mockingbird wrote:


BazBallFan wrote:


consider who Sinz played every week too. McAdams and Demler both played steady competition week in and week out. Also, the state leader in receiving, Tyler Kubicek, only receives HM WFCA and doesnt get any AP all state recognition. I dont get it


Have those two landed a big 10 scholarship offer? I am not sure just asking. I bet they are very good also. But don't knock sinze because he was selected.


As far as college offers/interest go:

Demler received a scholarship offer from and verbally committed to the University of North Dakota.

McAdams has a preferred walk-on invite from the University of Wisconsin.
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football14_old
all-state voting isn't corrupt.....you need to think about if the small school players could put up those numbers against D1 and D2 recruits in the larger divisions like other players did
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football14_old
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In my mind, here's another snub.
Did anyone watch the D3 State Championship game. Shane Rockweiler was by far the best player on the field. I'm going to go out on a limb and say that he had 25 tackles in that game. He was in on everything. I've never heard 1 guys name so many times from the announcer, because he had so many tackles. He also had 130+ yards rushing and 2 TD's. This kid is a heck of a player and should have been an all state LB. Congrats to him on the State Championship.

One more thing. The playrers have to be nominated by their coaches for all region and all state. For Irwin on defense, he didn't get it probably because they had another really good D End in Mitch Severson. If you put up Irwin for all region and all state, Severson probably doesn't get the same accolades that he received.


one game doesn't determine if you recieve all-state honors....shane rockweiler is a good player but i dont think he would be able to put up those numbers against d2 or d1 teams
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nutso_old
WeeBone24 wrote:


football14 wrote:


Winners wrote:


In my mind, here's another snub.
Did anyone watch the D3 State Championship game. Shane Rockweiler was by far the best player on the field. I'm going to go out on a limb and say that he had 25 tackles in that game. He was in on everything. I've never heard 1 guys name so many times from the announcer, because he had so many tackles. He also had 130+ yards rushing and 2 TD's. This kid is a heck of a player and should have been an all state LB. Congrats to him on the State Championship.

One more thing. The playrers have to be nominated by their coaches for all region and all state. For Irwin on defense, he didn't get it probably because they had another really good D End in Mitch Severson. If you put up Irwin for all region and all state, Severson probably doesn't get the same accolades that he received.


one game doesn't determine if you recieve all-state honors....shane rockweiler is a good player but i dont think he would be able to put up those numbers against d2 or d1 teams


Just because there are fewer talented people on the field in lower divisions doesn't mean those players couldn't put up good numbers in D1 or D2. Yes, it means they have weaker competition, but it also means they have less help from the players around them. Also, if a majority of D1 or 2 players were going both ways, would they put up as good of numbers?


Very good point. Most D3-D4 players who make the team participate in just about every play in the game. They get beat up, tired and still keep going. But most of all, they have to know how to play both defense and offense. Their practice time is split learning both sides of the ball. Some of these players are outstanding on both sides of the ball and that is quite an accomplishment.
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WeeBone24_old
football14 wrote:


Winners wrote:


In my mind, here's another snub.
Did anyone watch the D3 State Championship game. Shane Rockweiler was by far the best player on the field. I'm going to go out on a limb and say that he had 25 tackles in that game. He was in on everything. I've never heard 1 guys name so many times from the announcer, because he had so many tackles. He also had 130+ yards rushing and 2 TD's. This kid is a heck of a player and should have been an all state LB. Congrats to him on the State Championship.

One more thing. The playrers have to be nominated by their coaches for all region and all state. For Irwin on defense, he didn't get it probably because they had another really good D End in Mitch Severson. If you put up Irwin for all region and all state, Severson probably doesn't get the same accolades that he received.


one game doesn't determine if you recieve all-state honors....shane rockweiler is a good player but i dont think he would be able to put up those numbers against d2 or d1 teams


Just because there are fewer talented people on the field in lower divisions doesn't mean those players couldn't put up good numbers in D1 or D2. Yes, it means they have weaker competition, but it also means they have less help from the players around them. Also, if a majority of D1 or 2 players were going both ways, would they put up as good of numbers?
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football14_old
it's harder to go both ways when you are playing better teams....do you see any college players playing both ways? no that's not that way it will be in the future if the player has a future in football. if you are going to make that arguement it is easy to question whether those players could play both ways in the larger divisions where they would probably get more beat up.
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WeeBone24_old
football14 wrote:


it's harder to go both ways when you are playing better teams....do you see any college players playing both ways? no that's not that way it will be in the future if the player has a future in football. if you are going to make that arguement it is easy to question whether those players could play both ways in the larger divisions where they would probably get more beat up.


That wasn't the point of my post. The point is D1 players are fresher because they play one way, and they can focus on one position in practice. D6 teams have gone toe to toe and in some cases outplayed D1 and D2 programs in scrimmages, but if they were to play a game, the D1 school would dominate the second half because their players only played one way and they have quality subs.
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