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Marcus Johnson, RB, @Advantage


126 GP (98 at RB, 28 at WR) (S1-S9 New York Herd)

2,536 Carries, 9,932 Yards, 91 TDs, 3.9 YPC; 362 Catches, 3,943 Yards, 29 TDs, 10.9 YPC

2 Time EFL Champion

3 Most Valuable Player

3 Offensive Player of the Year

5 Running Back of the Year

1 Wide Receiver of the Year

4 Kick Returner of the Year


Marcus Johnson was the very first player ever drafted into the EFL, and he did not disappoint. Johnson was the New York Herd's lead running back for 7 years, winning 5 Running Back of the Year and 3 MVP awards during that span. As if that wasn't impressive enough, when his career was winding down, he converted himself into a Wide Receiver and won a Receiver of the Year award as well. Speaking of versatility, did I mention that he also won 4 Returner of the Year awards too? He led the Herd to two Championships, and his 133 career touchdowns is the most in EFL history.



Tyler Barabash, LB, @Bushito


126 GP (S1-S3 Seattle Predators, S4 San Antonio Wolfpack, S5 New York Herd, S6- S7 Los Angeles Reign, S8-S9 Seattle Predators)

1,039 Tackles (47 TFL), 118 Sacks, 8 INTs, 64 PD, 21 FF*, 5 FR, 3 TD, 3 Safety, 1 Block

1 Time EFL Champion

1 Defensive Player of the Year

1 Linebacker of the Year


At the time of his retirement, Tyler Barabash was the career leader in tackles with 1,039. He was a terror on the field thanks to an EFL record 21 career Forced Fumbles, and he's one of just 3 players with over 100 career Sacks. Barabash was a journeyman of sorts as he played for 4 of the 6 inaugural EFL franchises, although he did secure a Championship title with the Seattle Predators. He peaked in his 7th season, winning Linebacker and Defensive Player of the Year awards on the strength of 138 tackles and 26 sacks.




Trey Masters, QB, @MWHazard


126 GP (S1-S9 Los Angeles Reign)

33,308 Yards, 205 TDs, 133 INTs, 2,506/4,218 (59.4%), 87.6 QB Rating; 289 Carries, 674 Yards, 12 TDs

3 Time EFL Champion

3 Most Valuable Player

2 Playoff Most Valuable Player

2 Offensive Player of the Year

2 Quarterback of the Year


Trey Masters is the most prolific passer in EFL history. He holds the career records in Passing Attempts, Completions, Yards, and Touchdowns, and it's not particularly close either. His 7th season may go down as the greatest quarterback season of all time. Masters led the Reign to 5 Championship appearances over a 6 year span, winning 3 of them in the process. A 3-time MVP, Masters' name is synonymous with the glory days of the Los Angeles Reign.

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