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McCorn/Cornholio EFL Update #3

 

Lester McCorn has only put together 31 tackles to go along with a single pass deflection and an interception (which McCorn returned for a TD). Not exactly awe-inspiring. McCorn has been slowly but surely working his way up the depth chart and seems to have finally surpassed Baker Zuberi on the Wisconsin Brigade secondary depth chart, slotting himself in nicely behind Champagne Harlotte. McCorn has identified certain areas of his game to work on, which should eventually correlate to an improvement in his production on the field. Who said being an successful DB in the EFL was easy? 

 

Mr. Cornholio has started to pick up his production lately - namely in the touchdowns department. After only putting together three through the first six games, Cornholio has doubled his TD output in the last two games to bring his rookie TD total up to 6. Cornholio seems to be on pace for a 1,000+ receiving yard season and potentially a double-digit TD season. That's a nice start for Cornholio. If he can keep up this production (or further improve upon this), he could very well be on pace for an outstanding EFL career. It also helps that Cornholio finds himself in a very pass-friendly Memphis offense despite being the #3 WR/TE [compared to fellow rookie WR T.J. Hendrix who has been relatively anonymous down in San Antonio]. I guess the dominos fell the right way for Cornholio - can he climb up the depth chart and overtake veteran Sunshine Titan and/or DeAnderson Sabathia Jr. as the head honcho in the Mambas receiving corps? 

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McCorn/Cornholio EFL Update #4

 

It is safe to say that Lester McCorn has been nothing but unspectacular in his rookie year in the EFL. McCorn had to work his way into the Wisconsin Brigade's starting defensive unit at the beginning of the year - but it is safe to say that McCorn has cemented his status as a Top-2 cornerback on the team. Then again, typically rookie cornerbacks face a challenging learning curve as they assimilate from the NCAA QBs to the EFL. The unquestioned #1 cornerback out of the S14 Draft, Casey Archer has only recorded two interceptions and nine pass deflections. Another rookie CB Jax Byrd has 2 and 8 respectively. J.J. Hendrix has only been able to deflect 6 passes. McCorn is the only rookie to record a pick-six, let alone a defensive touchdown. McCorn's tackling numbers are also low (46 thru. 11 games) -- however, McCorn is continuing to put in the work to improve his coverage game. 
 

Mr. Cornholio, on the other hand, has had a very productive debut season. Cornholio is currently the rookie leader in receptions (by at least 20) as well as yards (by 60+). What he trails in is touchdowns, as Los Angeles Reign rookie Duke Starscream has hauled in a whopping 14 TD passes (twice as many as Cornholio). The EFL Offensive Rookie of the Year race is coming down to Cornholio and Starscream with Seattle Predators' Boaty McBoatface a distant third in the race. You could make a strong case for either candidates - Cornholio will need to make up some ground in the touchdowns department if he's to better bolster his case for ORotY. 

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McCorn/Cornholio EFL Update #5 - Wrapping up Rookie Seasons

 

Lester McCorn rounds out his rookie season of the EFL in similar fashion as his NCAA career - on a losing team. McCorn was able to play in all 14 EFL games without sustaining any horrific injuries, which is a blessing in itself. McCorn was able to record 64 tackles and only recorded 1 interception (which was returned for a touchdown) and 4 pass deflections. His Wisconsin Brigade team posted a clunker of a season, going 5-9 and finished last in the Eastern Conference on the basis of a season-ending 3-game losing streak. While there is general disappointment in Wisconsin, there are some bright signs going ahead for next season as the Brigade face no imminent major retirements or departures for the time being. 

 

Mr. Cornholio wrapped up his rookie year of the EFL in similar fashion to his NCAA freshman season - high up on the reception leaderboard with a modest YPC. 89 catches for 1,164 yards (13.1 YPC)  and 12 Touchdowns with a long of 43 yards. His team, the Memphis Mambas posted a 10-4 record, good for the regular season Eastern Conference champions banner. Although Memphis lost to Miami in Week 14 on the road (the eventual rematch coming in the Eastern Conference Championship), Miami will have to win in Memphis in order to advance to the EFL Championship game. This will be no easy feat as Memphis went 5-2 at home and their fans will be out full-force. Can Mr. Cornholio help the Mambas earn a EFL Championship in his rookie season like he did at Michigan? Only time will tell! 

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McCorn/Cornholio EFL Offseason #1 Update

 

Lester McCorn heads into his first EFL offseason with a full season under his belt. It wasn’t the best, nor was it the prettiest or highlight-filled season- but McCorn learned a lot and took home a lot of valuable lessons. It’s a huge adjustment going from covering NCAA receivers to seasoned EFL receivers who have more experience and practice hours. Nonetheless, McCorn strongly felt like his investments into speed helped him more than his stat line might indicate. Now that he has a solid baseline, McCorn plans on rounding out other aspects of his coverage going forward. Let’s see if it translate to a boost in his production and impact on the Brigade’s season. 

 

Mr. Cornholio had a very successful rookie season. As the number three options on a loaded Memphis Mambas passing attack - Cornholio recorded nearly 90 catches for over 1,100 yards and double-digit touchdowns... not too bad. This has him as one of the front runners for the EFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award, but will the voters be convinced by his production or will they look elsewhere? In his postseason debut, Cornholio had a pair of one-yard touchdown catches albeit in a losing effort. Cornholio will look to build on his rookie success to an even bigger sophomore year. 

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McCorn/Cornholio EFL Offseason Update #2

 

Wisconsin Brigade second-year cornerback Lester McCorn has been on a party spree as of late. He was recently apprehended by the Miami-Dade police officers one early morning for disorderly conduct and public lewdness. This is troubling signs for the young, talented cornerback out of the University of Miami. It seems like this guy has been a big disappointment since his breakout sophomore season in college. It remains unknown if the County is planning on prosecuting McCorn or let him go with a probation deal. Odds are more likely the latter since that's what rich people do all the time. When asked about this matter, the officials from the Wisconsin Brigade organization had nothing to add except that they were still evaluating the situation. 

 

Mr. Cornholio was deeply disappointed by the fact that he did not earn EFL Offensive Rookie of the Year honors. Even though Cornholio caught more passes for more yards compared to the actual winner, Duke Starscream of the Los Angeles Reign -- what put Starscream over the top was his touchdowns. Whatever - it is what it is and people apparently are suckers for touchdowns versus consistent production. The only thing that Mr. Cornholio can do at this point is to continue his workouts in order to expand his game now that he's capped out his speed and agility. I'm actually excited to see what Cornholio can do this season... and so does EFL Fantasy, who valued him at $5 compared to $1 from a season ago. 

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McCorn/Cornholio Year 2 EFL Update #1

 

Wisconsin Brigade second year cornerback Lester McCorn had a recent run-in with the law enforcement officials during this past offseason - it looks like this cloud is still lingering over McCorn. His performance has dipped noticeably when challenged, as was the case in Week 2 against Miami. Miami threw and often, seemingly at will against the Brigade secondary. This is a disappointing turn of events for McCorn, once a highly touted defensive back, who seems to be going through some rocky waters for the time being. Wisconsin is still hopeful that he is able to snap out of his mental block and play up to his hype. 

 

Meanwhile Mr. Cornholio, second-year wise receiver for the Memphis Mambas, is starting to show some signs of improvement. Despite being situated on an offense with tremendous arsenal of weapons at the wuarterback’s disposal (Sabathia Jr., Titan, Helmsley, Millwall, Goodpancake among others) - Cornholio has been able to carve out a role for himself. Through the first three games, Cornholio is averaging nearly 90 yards and a touchdown- a solid start. Cornholio is hopeful that he’ll be able to solidify himself as a WR1/WR2 by the end of this season - there’s still work left to do, but the sky is the ceiling for this tall, talented receiver. 

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McCorn/Cornholio Year 2 EFL Update #2

Wisconsin is 1-5, good for last place in the East Division and the second worst record in the EFL. It hasn’t always been easy for second year cornerback Lester McCorn. No, not the losing part as McCorn already has a taste of that from his days at the University of Miami. It’s the Brigade defense getting burned from time to time as opposing offenses have had their ways. McCorn has recorded 31 tackles, 7 pass deflections and intercepted one pass to date - but it seems like he’s been practically nonexistent. Maybe it’s just another forgettable season in a disappointing career for the former #2 pick. 

 

Its been real interesting to see the contrasts in the careers of McCorn and his distant cousin Mr. Cornholio, a wide receiver for the Memphis Mambas (currently 5-1, tied for first in the East).  Without the burden of the world on his shoulders, Cornholio has been able to do pretty well for himself in a loaded Mambas passing attack that has been fearsome for opposing defenses to plan against. This is looking like a special season for Memphis as they look to avenge the disappointment from last season. 

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McCorn/Cornholio Year 2 Update #3

 

Lester McCorn and Mr. Cornholio have finally partnered together on a business venture. The distant cousins who practically act like they are twins - if you took their appearances away, it would be pretty tough to tell one from the other. 
 

Anyways — the two football players have decided to set up a whitewater rafting trip through the Amazon during this upcoming offseason. Out of everything that one could think of for a business venture, why this? 
 

Cornholio stated that they wanted to honor the legacy of their past relatives, John McJones and Mr. Cornholio who were known to be butt buddies and certified Specriggivi Hunters. They were last seen journeying through the Amazon River in hopes of putting this evil Specriggivi to sleep. 
 

McCorn is hopeful that this business venture will turn out to be successful while living out their dreams of re-enacting the last journey of the hunters of past. 

 

In the meantime, Cornholio has been relatively quiet the last couple of games, starting to slump himself down to McCorn's quiet production levels. It remains to be seen whether this is a part of the script for the Mambas/Brigade as the two franchises slowly groom their gems into diamonds. 

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McCorn/Cornholio Year 2 Update #4

 

Second year cornerback Lester McCorn has been playing like a defeated man lately for the Wisconsin Brigade. Morale has been low in the team’s locker room, there isn’t much banter as it once used to have. Fans are grumbling, demanding a better product on the field, or at least some heart. McCorn seems to have returned to his old bad habits from his college days, appearing nonchalant when he isn’t directly involved in a play on the same side of the field. interceptions have been notoriously hard to come by too, which would probably be a better correlation to McCorn’s hunger/desire to play ball. Is this McCorn’s doing or just a byproduct of one of the greatest era of QB play in the EFL?

 

Mr. Cornholio, playing on the opposite side of the field from McCorn, seems to have been one of the greatest beneficiary of the elite QB play in the EFL. Receiving passes in volume from Memphis Mambas’ Martin Isaac, Cornholio is on pace to leAd the team in receptions once again, to go along with hopefully a 1,000-yard season and at least 11 touchdowns. It’s a good time to be a pass-catcher in the EFL indeed, especially if you’re a part of the Mambas’ pass-happy offense and on pace for a great season despite playing with two other 1,000+ yard receivers (including the WRotY favorite in DeAnderson Sabathia Jr). 

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McCorn/Cornholio Year 2 Update #5

 

Well, there goes another year in the dust for second year Wisconsin Brigade cornerback Lester McCorn. McCorn tried his best, but he put together yet another unspectacular year for the 4-10 team with the #8 ranked scoring defense and #5 or 6 passing defense... only one interception and 12 pass deflections to go along with 55 tackles. Yeah, not much to look at. With his contract expiring after this season, there might not be much reason for Wisconsin to keep him. Although his production has underwhelmed, McCorn is fairly young and active on the practice fields so there’s that. McCorn has plans of going into professional drinking within the Wisconsin grassroots community for a couple of months and see if that leads to anything positive. 
 

Mr. Cornholio is finally into a championship game for the first time since his freshman year at the University of Michigan. His Memphis Mambas shat on the New York Herd (no offense) in the Eastern Conference Championship game and looks 100% ready to take the EFL crown for good this year. With the pending retirements of both DeAnderson Sabathia, Jr. and Sunshine Titan - now is a good time as any for the Mambas to climb atop the mountain. Cornholio had a nice game, posting 6 catches for 95 yards and hopes to continue his production into the championship game where the Mambas will take on the Los Angeles Reign. 

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McCorn/Cornholio Offseason # 2 Update #1

 

For the reluctant Lester McCorn, a cornerback heading into his third EFL season  for the Wisconsin Brigade, it appears to be his time to be ‘The Man’ of the Brigade secondary. After his first two years of playing second fiddle across from Champagne Harlotte— Harlotte was dealt away to Miami days ago. Harlotte put together a great year while dealing with #1 WRs and may win the Cornerback of the Year. Now that he’s gone, all of Wisconsin’s eyes will be on McCorn to step up and fill his shoes. McCorn has historically underperformed since his sophomore season at Miami when he won the DBotY and the DPotY. Can he finally grow some balls and step up this year? No word yet on this though as McCorn continues his disappearance somewhere within the professional grassroots drinking association of Wisconsin. 
 

Mr. Cornholio is finally a champion once again. The Memphis Mambas made quick work of the Los Angeles Reign in the S15 EFL Championship game, cementing their status as one of the most dominating team in EFL history (if not just the postseason alone). Now that all the dust has settled - Memphis has some work to do as they lose three respected veterans and key offensive contributors to retirement. Cornholio appears as if he’ll move up to the #1 WR spot on the Mambas - can he handle it? Cornholio has been subtly complaining about being the #3 option and getting robbed of catches - now it’s his time to shine. Cornholio has been spotted around the practice facilities working out, quickly moving on from the championship which is a positive sign for the Mambas at the very least. 

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