realitycheck
Since there is a lull in the action, I figured I might as well start the war.

Who do you guys think should get this year's POY?

Don't just pick your friends or your teammates, try and be objective and honest. All I know is that there could be quite a few out there this year.

I'll go first!

I'm leaning towards that Ben Ericksen kid. I've seen him play in real life a few times, AND you can see him play in every game on their website videos. There is no one that I know of that is that fast and that lethel when it comes to an offensive weapon. No one had an answer to stopping him with the exception of Ike's secondary who I think maybe the best in the conference. This Ericksen also makes a lot of circus like catches too.

What say ye all?
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jg80
I can't disagree on either also off the field Eriksen is also a good kid all around
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db11
whitnallsb wrote:


Erickson - he was/is amazing.

Ridgway - I like Erickson first in the amazing catagory but Ridgeway gets an MVP award. His run/pass dynamic is an awsome weapon and makes Greendale very tough to defend.

I really like IKE's team. But that is what it is - a team. Not really an individual POY there.

On the "homer" note - Kollauf had a very nice season, only noting here for the mention, but I would have loved to see his stats if he had the same amount of touches any other receiver in the area/state had this year (he has about 1/2).


Well, Whitnall likes to spread the ball around a lot, and to be honest, if anyone on that team needed more touches, it was Sean Graham. He's a player.
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jg80
He is a senior
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jg80
also South Dakota has offered him.
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joebustos
I watch the kid every game, so it's hard to disagree. Ben Erickson in my book.

His speed, route discipline, and his drive to go after the ball has been nothing short of amazing. I really hope GD goes to state only so I can continue to watch him play (okay...really I just wouldn't mind watching the win, lol). Wherever he goes, I'll certainly have to make a point of going to watch him...
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calbran93
I'm going to have to say that I would pick Aaron Lofereksi, yes I go to St. Thomas More, but he is an amazing player. The catches I saw him make were amazing and he can play some defense. If not him I would have to go with St. Francis running back Will Frisch. Almost every time I saw him play he would get well over 100 yds
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nuclearmeltdown
Ben Erickson - 39rec 772yds 13tds. - One of the better WR in the area and also a very explosive return man. I know teams chose to kick away by the end of the year. Im also not to sure that JSonline accounted for Ericsons return tds??

Niko Koshak - 59% completion % 1277yds 19tds 1 int, 20 total tds - Niko really impressed me this year. He had an amazing 19-1 TD to Int Ratio. Played his best in Ikes biggest games (GD,DCE - was injured in the 2nd qtr of Pew game) Averagind 235yds and 4tds in those games. Ike definitely wouldnt have been as explosive on offensive if he didnt make the strides he made from last year.

Will Frisch - 281car 1738yds 6.2 ypc 14tds 5rec 47yds 1td - Easily led the conference in rushing and even broke the school single season rushing record. I didnt expect this type of year for a SF running back after hearing about Cory Knapp this offseason. SF playoff run relies on Frisch and the running game.

Austin Selvick - 37rec 598yds 14tds - I know you guys wont believe me when i say this because you guys are all drooling over Erickson but there is not a better route runner in the conference that Selvick. Selvick had just as an impressive year as Erickson and also was a key player in Ikes secondary...that shut down Erickson... I dont have any official defensive statistics for Austin but im willing to bet he had his fair share of interceptions.

Stats According to JSonline

HM:
Nick Kollauf - 28rec 788yds 10tds - 2nd in the conference in receiving yds. Basically Whitnall's offense on a team that surprised many this year

Aaron Loferski - 56rec 802yds 6tds 1 rushing td 11XP - Led conference in receptions and yards. One of the bright spots on a poor Thomas More team.

Ken Mischker - 124 car 823yds 6.6ypc 10tds - Led offense in rushing yards and total tds on an undefeated Pewaukee team.


I would really be fine with any of those first four players I mentioned winning the award. Although I think Frisch is a longshot just because of where his team finished in conference.

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db11
Haha, I'm not gonna stick my nose into this, Whitnall doesn't need any distractions as they head into the playoffs.
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DB1985 wrote:


whitnallsb wrote:


Erickson - he was/is amazing.

Ridgway - I like Erickson first in the amazing catagory but Ridgeway gets an MVP award. His run/pass dynamic is an awsome weapon and makes Greendale very tough to defend.

I really like IKE's team. But that is what it is - a team. Not really an individual POY there.

On the "homer" note - Kollauf had a very nice season, only noting here for the mention, but I would have loved to see his stats if he had the same amount of touches any other receiver in the area/state had this year (he has about 1/2).


Well, Whitnall likes to spread the ball around a lot, and to be honest, if anyone on that team needed more touches, it was Sean Graham. He's a player.




Well actually, the reason Shawn Graham didn't get more touches is because he was ineligible. In 6 games he had over 400 yards rushing and 6 touchdowns. Not bad. But i think Bennet Kaye she be up there for player of the year, He had a 60.6 passing completion, 1713 yards passing, 14 touchdowns, 607 yards rushing, and and 6 touchdowns. He led this team to playoffs, and is so modest about it too. He is now going to army, we all wish you look ben.

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