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Mike Boss, QB, @Boss

 

70 GP (S1-S5 Seattle Predators)

17,754 Yards, 108 TDs, 56 INTs, 1,436/2,423 (59.3%), 87.2 QB Rating; 79 Carries, 57 Yards

1 Time EFL Champion

1 Most Valuable Player

1 Offensive Player of the Year

4 Quarterback of the Year

 

When you think about the beginnings of the EFL, Mike Boss was the original super star quarterback. Despite being an 11th round pick in the inaugural draft (the 8th quarterback off the board), Boss blew the doors off the entire league by leading the league in everything in season 1 (most yards, highest completion percentage, most touchdowns, & fewest interceptions) en route to winning league MVP and an EFL Championship. His 31 touchdown passes that season was an EFL record during his entire 5 season career, and he won 4 consecutive Quarterback of the Year awards to start his career.

 

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Quentin Harrison, LB, @MWHazard

 

140 GP (S1-S9 Los Angeles Reign, S11 New York Herd)

962 Tackles (70 TFL), 138 Sacks, 12 INTs, 72 PD, 15 FF, 4 FR, 2 Safety

3 Time EFL Champion

3 Defensive Player of the Year

3 Linebacker of the Year

 

Quentin Harrison may go down as the most decorated linebacker of all time. He is the only player to win 3 Linebacker of the Year & Defensive Player of the Year awards, and he also won 3 EFL Championships in the process. Harrison is the career leader in total sacks with 138, and he also holds the record for most in one season with 31.

 

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Bryce Larkin, K, @OrbitingDeath

 

154 GP (S1-S11 Miami Neptune)

264/293 FG (90.1%), 333/336 XP (99.1%); 1,038 Punts, 48,248 Yards, 46.5 Avg, 158 Ins 20

3 Time EFL Champion

4 Kicker of the Year

 

Bryce Larkin was the long time offensive backbone of the Miami Neptune. He is the career leader in just about every kicking counting stat, and he won 4 consecutive Kicker of the Year awards. Larkin was a 3 time EFL Champion, with the final one coming thanks to Larkin kicking a game winning field goal in overtime on the last game he would ever play.

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