CLASS 9B MONSTER PLAYER OF THE YEAR: ALEX ANDERSON

Written by SportsBuzzard 1 on Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 at 5:31 am

Our Class 9B Monster Player of the Year (POTY) is a repeat from last year. Alex Anderson was a one man wrecking crew this season for New Underwood. Consider Alex’ stats:

Offense:

141 carries for 1276 yards – 16 TD’s

11 catches for 367 yards – 4 TD’s

20 returns for 723 yards – 5 TD’s

182 touches for 2,433 yards (13 yards per touch) 26 total TD’s

Career 309 carries for 3,372 yards and 58 TD’s

Defense:

114 total tackles, 86 solo tackles, 4 interceptions

Congrats Alex!

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7 Responses to “CLASS 9B MONSTER PLAYER OF THE YEAR: ALEX ANDERSON”

  1. Rutgers Says:

    Good player! Deserves this accolade.

  2. Philip fan Says:

    your a nut! this kid did all this aginst jv teams. when the real team was in he didnt have 5 yrds. there are teams with 3rd string running backs that are better. I really dont know why you all want him to be a star when he is not. it just shows how much BS these awards are. ALL STATE PLEASE!

  3. SportsBuzzard 1 Says:

    Philip fan:

    Why so hostile? Anderson is a good football player. Give him his due!

    SB1

  4. DBD Says:

    Some college coaches would have to disagree with you “Philip fan”.Are you more qualified at evaluating talent than them.

  5. SF Says:

    Put Alex behind Philip’s line and you would have had another Casey Cvach.
    Alex never have a line so yea he did stuggle when he had to face 9 man fronts. This kid is an incredible athlete, give credit where its due.

  6. Rutgers Says:

    Yeah maybe 3rd String on the Nebraska Cornhuskers would almost be as good!

  7. Logical Man Says:

    Alex Anderson didn’t do anything against good teams. He is a good ball player but there is no reason that he should have recived this award. When New Underwood played against Wall at the Prospector Bowl in Deadwood, he had -7 yards until Wall put their JV in during the 3rd quarteer. He then finished the game with around 70 yards (against a JV). He is a good player, but there are better players out there that deserve this award more then him.

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