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Vontae Peterson Jr., DB, @GoodLeftUndone


126 GP (S1-S5 Los Angeles Reign, S6-S9 Miami Neptune)

627 Tackles (5 TFL), 8 Sacks, 31 INT, 53 PD, 11 FF, 5 FR, 5 TD

4 Time EFL Champion

1 Defensive Player of the Year

1 Cornerback of the Year

2 Safety of the Year


One of the most under the radar player's of his generation, Peterson Jr. was simply a winner. Playing his early seasons for the Reign and his late ones for the Neptune, Peterson was one of the winningest players in EFL history, amassing an impressive 4 championships in his 9 year career. He was also quite the swiss-army knife on the field, excelling at both cornerback (where he won one Cornerback of the Year award) and at safety (where he snagged two Safety of the Year awards). His final stat line may not be the most impressive overall, but the way he contributed to the game as a whole made him one of the best to see the field.




Tugg Bote, RB, @TacticalHammer


140 GP (S5-S7 Los Angeles Reign; S8 Seattle Predators, S9-S14 San Antonio Wolfpack)

2,954 Carries, 12,339 Yards, 148 TDs, 4.2 YPC; 433 Catches, 4,141 Yards, 25 TDs, 9.6 YPC

3 Time EFL Champion

2 Most Valuable Player

2 Offensive Player of the Year

5 Running Back of the Year

1 Kick Returner of the Year


Tugg Bote may be the greatest running back in EFL history. A 3 time league champion, 2 time MVP, and 5 time Running Back of the Year winner, Bote did it all on the field. What might be most impressive is just how often he found his way in the end zone. In 140 career games, Bote hit pay dirt a total of 176 times. No player in EFL history has scored that many touchdowns, and in fact few have even come close! Once he gets a full head of steam, there's just no stopping him!

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