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Discussion in 'Football' started by Elmore_Laws, Sep 5, 2011.
list top 5-10 top skilled players
1. Service, Amu Aukusitino :
3 Defensive TDs (Leleihua, Dimond, East)
Scorer on Offense as well (IDK if he's still the total offensive leader)
2. Juneau, Phillip F. :
Posting up Madden-like numbers, played against weak teams so far though.
3. East, Jarred Laws : Insanely good hands. Top notch receiver. Great effort against Service.
This post was edited on 9/6 12:05 AM by ITman907
How could anyone possibly give an answer with any degree of accuracy? There are no legitimate stats to be found anywhere. Seems to be nothing more than a popularity contest to me. Does Juneau, Service and others even report their stats? If so, where? And why doesn't Alaska Preps display them? Whatever.
The stats are posted on the front page. You could also pull them from the newspapers and add the totals as the weeks go by. I don't really think it's a popularity contest. Especially when you read/watch the highlights of the games from the paper and the news.
With that aside, who do you think are the top players?
This post was edited on 9/9 10:59 AM by ITman907
Well, sorry to tell you this but, I don't see any stats posted on the front page of anything at this site. Like I have time to pull the info from the newspapers and add it all up. Isn't that what sites like this are for? Why don't you do it for us?
With that aside, I'm pretty sure I'm done here with this site. Im getting very little out of it to be honest. We shouldn't have to pay for this sort of information. Later
You don't see any stats of any kind? There is a link on the homepage that has the offensive leader stats. Maybe if you spent more time searching rather than complaining about it you could've found it. If you have the time to register and post, I'm pretty damn sure you can sift through 5 articles of football game box scores and contribute to the community. I won't do it for you, you're the one crying about it. If you have issues about the content on this site, contact the administrator.
With that being said, back to the topic:
The players mentioned above have definitely raised the bar. Entering week 6, Aukusitino had another stellar performance (stats posted from Week 5 schedule), along with Jarred Laws. Tough loss for Fenumiai, great win for Wasilla for pulling the upset.
This post was edited on 9/12 7:06 PM by ITman907
This post was edited on 9/12 9:36 PM by ITman907
just so you know, I'm tracking over 60 players on an excel spreadsheet, game by game based on what online papers have. It's a pain in the butt, but fun!
on your top players list theres a mis print. Feckley goes to west not wasila and Anthony at bartlett weighs 165. im suprise jarred isnt up there i think he should be instead of lamar honestly. thanks for updating the player rankings its about correct to be though
Larenzo Graham, West Valley
Larenzo Graham 11th grade West Valley HS
40 carries for 448 yards 11.2 yards per carry 7 touchdowns
15 receptions for 163 yards 10.9 yards per catch 2 touchdowns
13 touches on special teams for 207 yards
808 total yards on only 68 touches 11.9 yards everytime he touches the ball.
also, 25 tackles on defense.
"You don't see any stats of any kind?" - No, I sure don't.
"There is a link on the homepage that has the offensive leader stats." - takes me to a page that want's me to pay for "more information". Not gonna do that.
I won't be wasting anymore of your time or anyone else's here. Including my own! I'm Out.
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