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  1. What a comeback by the Lookout. 4-0 BABY! #WhoDey
  2. Got to give it to the Wraiths for making this a game. Was a little nervouse when I saw we were game of the week....
  3. Payne Train was given the name right from birth as he was a whopping 15lbs. He came into this world creating a whole ton of pain and plans to deliver pain to those who cross his path. This kid was simply a beef cake from the day he could walk and sought to destroy anything in his path. Mom and Dad's wedding day portrait hanging in the living room >> DESTORYED, 1 year old birthday smash cake >> DESTROYED, little sister's doll house >> DESTORYED, neighborhood bully's face >> DESTORYED. You name it, he wrecked it. Payne Train was made to play the game of football and he loved using his strength to level kids in game. He had to be tamed down when it came to peewee football so that he wouldn't hurt anyone, but once he reached high school level it was game on. Payne Train excelled as a high school linebacker. He created several forced fumbles and his height aided to the handful of pass deflections he would obtain each game. The kid lived in the weight room as he always wanted to be the strongest competitor on the field. He did early morning workouts at home with dad, participated in strength class mid day at school, and then would continue on to football practice in the evening. Payne Train wasn't simply just a meat head, but he was also very intelligent. He excelled in the classroom and on the football field. He put in hours to film sessions and attended several local football clinics. He truly wanted to be the best athlete he could be. Payne's high school career went as planned. He was an All-American linebacker that understood formations better than anyone. He was extremely large and super fast. He played a lot of middle linebacker in high school and also some defensive end as his pass rushing abilities were insane. Payne recorded over 40+ sacks through the course of his high school career and 100+ tackles for loss. It wasn't long until EFCA scouts started taking notice and he began receiving his first official offers. Payne listened to all offers, but knew from the start that he would want to play for the Manchester Lookout. He was impressed with what coach @MMFLEX was doing and he really enjoyed the atmosphere in the locker room. Today marks signing day for Payne. He is thrilled to get to work as quickly as possible and to make an impact for the Lookouts. WORD COUNT: 411
  4. BIO: De'Chosen One comes from the small town of Holland, MI where he grew up as the star of city. He excelled in all things athletics as his 6ft build and heavy stature granted him much success. De'Chosen always loved the game of football. Even before he could play, he grew up watching College Gameday with his dad every Saturday morning and enjoyed attending local tailgates with friends and family. He knew that he loved this atmosphere and that one day he too would walk the field of a college stadium. De'Chosen played for Holland High and dominated at the wide receiver position. He towered over the other players even as a freshmen and it wasn't long until the varsity coach was taking notice of De'Chosen's capabilities. His freshmen season went as expected as he had over 1000 receiving yards and 15 TDs on the season. Following his freshmen season he began working out with the varsity squad taking reps from the starting QB on Saturday afternoons all throughout the off season with hopes that he would be pulled up to the varsity squad for his sophomore season. He guessed correctly as De'Chosen would go on to start at the WR position on the varsity squad for the remainder of his high school career. Sophomore Season: De'Chosen had a decent season with 800 receiving yards and a handful of touchdowns. He was primarily in the slot position as the seniors were given the outside routes. He learned a lot from the seniors as far as route running, endurance, and strength training. All of this aided in his future success where he would become the primary receiver in his junior and senior season. Junior Season: De'Chosen had over 1500 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns. He also helped lead his team win their first ever State Championship. De'Chosen started getting a lot of recognition from EFCA coaches in this season and went on several facility visits to meet the current players and coaching staffs. He was very impressed with all of the accommodations that the players were provided with as an EFCA athlete. This would give him further motivation for this senior season to train harder than ever in hopes of making it into the EFCA one day. Senior Season: Again, De'Chosen had a highlight season surpassing over 2000 receiving yards and 20+ touchdowns during his senior season. The Holland High team won another State Championship this year and De'Chosen received several local awards for athlete of the year. He began receiving several offers from EFCA coaches, but had a hard time making a final decision. With the help of his friends and family, he believes he landed on the best fit that will help develop him as a player and give him a shot at the EFL one day. Stay Tuned for his Commitment on 3/17/21. WORD COUNT: 476
  5. Retiring these two free agents, so that I can create a new player.
  6. Username: Tanner0512 QB: Ori MaWae $3 RB: Gus Bus $6 WR: Tre'Von Nailer $4 WR: Lance Swift V $5 Flex: Golden Flowers $4 TE: Apollo Cross $3 K: Kicker McKicking $3 DST: Venom $2 Total: /$30
  7. Champion: Miami East Finalist: Miami West Finalist: Los Angeles MVP: Logan Crawford Offensive Player of the Year: Logan Crawford Defensive Player of the Year: Ian Kelley GMotY: Jets QBotY: Logan Crawford RBotY: Brian Gesicki FBotY: Thormond Jakobsen WRotY: Pat Kelley TEotY: Stephen Loth LBoftY: Ian Kelley CBotY: Dee Fence SotY: Jean Christophe KoftY: Diana Gunner Returner of the Year: Duke Starscream Offensive Rookie of the Year: Travis Choybuk Defensive Rookie of the Year: Thorn Forg ECFA Predictions Champion: Death Valley Heroes Finalist: (Athens Legends Finalist: Death Valley Heisman Trophy - MVP: Dale Cooper Chuck Bednarik Award - Defensive Player OTY: PalpaTurner Tim Tebow Award - Offensive Player OTY: Cooper Lance Swift IV Award - Top Offensive Freshman: Cheetah Shaka Lawal Award - Top Defensive Freshman: Box man Davey O'Brien Award -QB: Longarm Doak Walker Award - RB: Cooper Biletnikoff Award - WR: Santos John Mackey Award - TE: Janitor Dick Butkus Award - LB: PalpaTurner Jim Thorpe Award - DB: Shox Groza Guy Award - K/P: Bottomley Dante Pettis Award-K/P Returner: Shox Wuerffel Trophy - Community Service : Emidas Coach of the Year Award - AD: Alecbama
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