Fullbacks

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  1. 04 GMC HD

    04 GMC HD Active Member
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    Who is the best Fullback in the state 4A , and 3A. This is such an underated position . I was just wondering .
     
  2. scm343

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    This is an underrated position. The best fullback in my opinion is Jamal Hale from Bartlett, and yes he is a FULLBACK, we run the Wing T. Jamal is 125 yards away from breaking our all time school rushing record. He is by and far the best player, on and off the field that I have ever coached!

    Coach E.
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  3. jalockwood61

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    Jack Perkins from Juneau - limited touches, but very explosive and effective
     
  4. iamnotfromnorthpole

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    Did Juneau use him as a blocking Fullback as well?
     
  5. cbears54

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    They used him as a blcoker as well so yes. and silver maake was also effective blocking for juneau
     
  6. Herda-Berta

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  7. 04 GMC HD

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    Ok how about Blocking fullbacks
     
  8. datt_guy

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    gotta go with jamal hale----explosive, see the field real well, and can lay down vicious blocks-----can also be a be a slick decoy for defenses that can't read the wing-t. jamal hale hands down.
     
  9. BigBlade

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    Bartletts defence got to play the toughest hardest hitting fullback in the state Friday night. North Poles # 35 Alex Innes hits like a freight train. He should have won the first team all conference Railbelt award but was not nominated for his efforts. This kid loves what he does . He goes out lays the big hits down and makes his blocks. Perkins is ok Hale is ok but hands down Innes was the best in the state. If you dont believe it watch some tape
     
  10. cbears54

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    I would respectfully disagree. Jack perkins is a beast. he was a monster blocking for the leading rusher in the state before the playoffs started in matthew maka. he was also very affective catching passes out of the back field. the kid your talking innes if very good but ill take hale or perkins over him anyday. i dont know much about hale but ive heard nothing but good thing about this player. i would say these guys are top 3 though for sure
     
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    I wouldnt expect anything less from you .You no nothing of Innes and almost nothing of Hale. GMC changed the question to blocking fullback Hale is a fullback in the wing T . Mostly a running full back. He is good but Innes hits like a train. Perkins was hyped all year and he is good but I believe he was highly overated
     
  12. cbears54

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    im pretty sure i watched the innes kid play 2 times this year. he is a very good fullback and linebacker. he hits hard. but perkins was a beast this year when he played. he did sit out 2 games with injurys but when he was on the field he was good. blocked his ass off for maka who i think lead the state in rushing and he a beast catching the ball out of the back field. but blocking backs these 2 were 1a and 1b in the railbelt. if i was voting i would have given it to innes because he was very good at his job plus he played every game
     
  13. scm343

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    Just for the record, yes Jamal is mostly a "Running" Fullback, but he is a very tough kid, and will hit you, maybe like a semi, not too sure about a freight train. Once again, hands down the best Fullback around. All time leading rusher in Bartlett history, think about all the great backs we've had here...

    Coach E.
     
  14. BigBlade

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    Ah he is fast but skinny Wont take anything away from his running skills but he hits more like a Ugo or a Kia Spectra . He needs a little more weight behind him
     
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    scm343 are you coach evans?
     
  16. scm343

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    WOW Coach E.....

    No actually I am the mother of one of the graduated players but there are a couple of people that use my account to post (which is OK... you know who you are haha)Coach Esparza

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  17. dialed_in

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    Well one kid from chugiak wes rabung seems to have the blockin aspect down. he has had a solid year leading the way for Chugiaks leading rusher Grahamm. does anyone have numbers for which fullback has the most yards?
     
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    This post was edited on 10/30 10:12 AM by bigtuna5
     
  19. scm343

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    Jamal Hale Bartlett 1,260 yds, over 3,000 yards in his career at Bartlett. Our schools all time leading rusher.
     
  20. MooseFootball

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    I know I may be a little biased but I really can't believe that Coleman Aherns is not even mentioned on here...I think he led the state in rushing touchdowns...even more than the state leading rusher he blocked for here at Palmer. Five on Wasilla and Six on South...just saying...
     

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