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Football 2013

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DEC. 10
EDBIT

  With Greg White's 1,338 rushing yards this past season, West Catholic has now had a 1,000-yard rusher in 14 straight seasons. This just happens to be the length of the TedSilary,com website. West did not have a rusher reach 1,000 yards in 1999. This is by far the longest current streak amongst all of the city teams. In fact, the next two closest are Wood and Imhotep, who currently possess four consecutive seasons of a 1,000-yard rusher. The next longest streak over these past 14 seasons was posted SJ Prep with 10 (2000-2009). Following the Hawks is CHA/SCH Academy with a streak of six (2006-2011). In 2007 our city league teams produced 22 1,000-yard rushers, which is the high water mark since 2000. In 2001, city teams only produced six 1,000-yard rushers. All of the programs that have been around for the last 14 years have at least one 1,000-yard rusher to their credit. But five of them only have one: Bonner-Prendie (2009), Episcopal (2004), Northeast (2005), Edison (2007), and Central (2013) was added this season with Walter Pegues' (1,187 yards) campaign. Fels (2006), Prep Charter (2007), Lansdale Cath (2008), and Mastery North (2012) joined their leagues after the 2000 season and have not yet notched a 1,000-yard rusher. West Catholic has had a total of 17 1,000-yard+ seasons in the last 14 years. Ten different players have contributed to the success. The average 1,000-yard rushing season for the Burrs has looked like this: 13 games, 206 carries, 1,622 yards, & 20 TDs. Curtis Brinkley (2001-02-03) had three seasons of 1,000+ yards and holds city career marks for most rushing yards in a season (2,813) and career (7,413). In 2007, Rob Hollomon and Raymond Maples each rushed for 1,000 yards. One year later QB Curtis Drake joined them in what is believed to be the only time three teammates eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark. The trio of Drake-R. Hollomon-Maples carried the ball 406 times in 2008 for 4,871 yards. That was good for 12.0 yards per carry between them. Also, 76 of those carries (18.7%) produced a touchdown.  Five other times since 2000 have a pair of teammates surpassed 1,000-yards rushing in the same season; Carroll (2002), SJ Prep (2003), Wood (2010 & 2011), and Imhotep (2012).

Year-by-Year 1,000-yard Rushing Seasons by League 
*During the tedsilary.com era 
Year   Total Teams PCL PUB I-A Total
2000 41 8 3 1 12
2001 41 4 2 0 6
2002 41 7 3 0 10
2003 41 7 2 0 9
2004 42 9 8 1 18
2005 44 6 5 1 12
2006 47 5 5 3 13
2007 50 9 11 2 22
2008 54 9 5 1 15
2009 52 7 6 3 16
2010 49 6 6 2 14
2011 49 6 8 2 16
2012 49 4 5 2 11
2013 45 6 5 2 13

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CATHOLIC LEAGUE        
  YEARS IN YEARS  WITH A 1000-YD LONGEST CURRENT LAST YEAR
TEAM LEAGUE 1,000-YARD RUSHERS SEASONS STREAK STREAK W/1000-YDS
West Catholic 14 14 17 14 14 2013
Wood 14 10 12 4 4 2013
SJ Prep 14 10 11 10 0 2009
Roman 14 8 8 2 1 2013
McDevitt 14 6 6 3 0 2011
O’Hara 14 6 6 2 0 2009
Father Judge 14 6 6 3 2 2013
Carroll 14 5 6 2 1 2013
LaSalle 14 5 5 4 0 2011
Conwell-Egan 14 5 5 5 0 2006
Ryan 14 3 3 2 2 2013
Neumann-Goretti 14 3 3 1 0 2006
Bonner-Prendie 14 1 1 1 0 2009
Lansdale Catholic 6 0 0 0 0 *
             
CATHOLIC-RIPs         
  YEARS IN YEARS  WITH A 1000-YD LONGEST CURRENT LAST YEAR
TEAM LEAGUE 1,000-YARD RUSHERS SEASONS STREAK STREAK W/1000-YDS
North Catholic 10 4 4 4 * 2009
Dougherty 10 1 1 1 * 2003
Kennedy-Kenrick 10 0 0 0 * *
             
INTER-AC         
  YEARS IN YEARS  WITH A 1000-YD LONGEST CURRENT LAST YEAR
TEAM LEAGUE 1,000-YARD RUSHERS SEASONS STREAK STREAK W/1000-YDS
 Springside C. Hill 8 6 6 6 0 2011
Penn Charter 14 4 4 3 3 2013
Malvern 14 3 3 2 1 2013
Germantown Acad. 14 3 3 3 0 2007
Haverford School 14 2 2 1 0 2009
Episcopal 14 1 1 1 0 2004
             
PUBLIC         
  YEARS IN YEARS  WITH A 1000-YD LONGEST CURRENT LAST YEAR
TEAM LEAGUE 1,000-YARD RUSHERS SEASONS STREAK STREAK W/1000-YDS
Simon Gratz 14 6 6 2 0 2012
Ben Franklin 14 5 5 3 0 2009
Imhotep 8 5 6 4 4 2013
George Washington 14 4 4 2 0 2011
Dobbins 14 4 4 2 0 2011
Furness 7 4 4 3 1 2013
Mastbaum 14 3 3 2 0 2008
Southern 14 3 3 2 2 2013
Bartram 14 3 3 2 0 2008
ML King 14 3 3 3 0 2007
Roxborough 14 3 3 2 0 2008
Frankford 14 2 2 1 0 2006
Lincoln 14 2 2 1 0 2007
Overbrook 14 2 2 1 0 2007
West Philly 14 2 2 1 0 2009
Boys’ Latin 4 2 2 1 1 2013
Central 14 1 1 1 1 2013
Northeast 14 1 1 1 0 2005
Edison 14 1 1 1 0 2007
Del Val 6 1 1 1 0 2009
Future 6 1 1 1 0 2009
Olney 14 0 0 0 0 *
Fels 8 0 0 0 0 *
Prep Charter 7 0 0 0 0 *
Mastery North 2 0 0 0 0 *
             
PUBLIC-RIPs         
  YEARS IN YEARS  WITH A 1000-YD LONGEST CURRENT LAST YEAR
TEAM LEAGUE 1,000-YARD RUSHERS SEASONS STREAK STREAK W/1000-YDS
Bok 13 6 6 3 * 2012
Germantown   13 4 4 2 * 2011
Comm. Tech 7 3 3 2 * 2011
Univ. City 13 1 1 1 * 2008
Friere Charter 4 1 1 1 * 2007
William Penn 6 0 0 0 * *
FitzSimons 4 0 0 0 * *
Esperanza 1 0 0 0 * *
Bracetti 1 0 0 0 * *

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              West Catholic 1,000-yard Rushers 2000-2013 
Year Player GP Rushes Yards TDs YPG YPC High GM
2000 Abdul Sesay 12 267 1926 16 161 7.2 279
2001 Curtis Brinkley 12 232 1421 10 118 6.1 234
2002 Curtis Brinkley 13 324 2813 28 216 8.7 337
2003 Curtis Brinkley 13 327 2294 28 191 7.0 399
2004 Chris Diaferio 13 232 1541 16 119 6.6 241
2005 Dennis Shaw 12 236 1568 14 131 6.6 215
2006 Dennis Shaw 13 216 1322 18 102 6.1 204
2007 Rob Hollomon 12 122 1048 8 87.3 8.6 138
2007 Raymond Maples 12 150 1040 19 86.7 6.9 155
2008 Rob Hollomon 16 150 1923 36 120 12.8 243
2008 Raymond Maples 15 141 1309 19 87.3 9.3 177
2008 Curtis Drake 16 115 1639 21 102 14.3 186
2009 Brandon Hollomon 15 189 1428 15 95.2 7.6 217
2010 Brandon Hollomon 14 141 1557 18 111 11.0 254
2011 David Williams 14 301 1938 18 138 6.4 228
2012 Greg White 10 197 1469 28 147 7.5 300
2013 Greg White 10 169 1338 19 134 7.9 247
  Totals: 222 3509 27574 331 124 7.9 399
  Averages: 13 206.4 1,622.0 19.5 X X X

DEC. 3

Philadelphia Catholic League Stat Leaders: (2013)         
Thru Week 14                 

RUSH/REC/PASS yards per game leaders - Players must play in at least half of team's games. 
REC yards per catch leaders - Must average 2 receptions per game played.

RUSH yards per attempt leaders - Must average 6 carries per game played.
PASS Comp. % leaders - Must be at least 50% and average 6 pass attempts per game played. 

RUSHING LEADERS:                 
RANK PLAYER YARDS   RANK PLAYER GM AVG   RANK PLAYER TDs (Rush)
1 Samir Bullock (AR) 2055   1 Samir Bullock (AR) 186.8   1 Jarrett McClenton (AW) 24
2 Dimetri Kelly (RC) 1668   2 Dimetri Kelly (RC) 151.6   2 Samir Bullock (AR) 21
3 Greg White (WC) 1338   3 Greg White (WC) 133.8   3 Greg White (WC) 19
4 Jarrett McClenton (AW) 1295   4 Austin Tilghman (AC) 121.2   4 Sihmare Morgan (NG) 13
5 Austin Tilghman (AC) 1091   5 Jarrett McClenton (AW) 99.6   5 Austin Tilghman (AC) 12
6 Yeedee Thaenrat (FJ) 1032   6 Yeedee Thaenrat (FJ) 93.8   6 Olamide Zaccheaus (SJ) 11
7 Jordan Meachum (LS) 895   7 J.T. Blyden (CO) 84.2   TIE Dimetri Kelly 11
8 J.T. Blyden (CO) 842   8 Jordan Meachum (LS) 81.4   8 Ryan Quigley (LC) 10
9 Olamide Zaccheaus (SJ) 780   9 Mike Iacono (LC) 70.0   TIE Collin DiGalbo (BP) 10
10 Mike Iacono (LC) 700   10 Mike Isabeela (LC) 69.4   10 Yeedee Thaenrat (FJ) 9
                TIE Joe Dutkiewicz (AW) 9
RANK PLAYER RUSHES   RANK PLAYER YPC        
1 Dimetri Kelly (RC) 288   1 Jarrett McClenton (AW) 11.5        
2 Samir Bullock (AR) 261   2 Austin Tilghman (AC) 8.3        
3 Jordan Meachum (LS) 171   3 Mike Isabela (LC) 8.0        
4 Greg White (WC) 169   4 Greg White (WC) 7.9        
5 Sihmare Morgan (NG) 153   TIE Mike Iacono (LC) 7.9        
6 Yeedee Thaenrat (FJ) 141   TIE Samir Bullock (AR) 7.9        
7 J.T. Blyden (CO) 140   7 Olamide Zaccheaus (SJ) 7.3        
8 Austin Tilghman (AC) 132   TIE Yeedee Thaenrat (FJ) 7.3        
9 Collin DiGalbo (BP) 130   9 Joe DePhillipo (BP) 7.1        
10 Marquis Seamon (FJ) 113   10 Ryan Quigley (LC) 6.6        
                     
RECEIVING LEADERS:                 
RANK PLAYER YARDS   RANK PLAYER RECEP.   RANK PLAYER TDs  
1 Jimmy Herron (LS) 734   1 Jimmy Herron (LS) 48   1 Thaddius Smith (CO) 12
2 Thaddius Smith (CO) 622   2 John Reid (SJP) 35   TIE Jimmy Herron (LS) 12
3 Ahkil Crumpton (WC) 556   3 Thaddius Smith (CO) 32   3 Mike Ockimey (BP) 8
4 John Reid (SJP) 550   4 Jawan McAllister (SJP) 30   4 John Reid (SJP) 7
5 Jamal Custis (NG) 541   5 Charles Headon (LS) 29   5 Jamal Custis (NG) 6
6 Mike Ockimey (BP) 526   6 D’Andre Swift (SJP) 28   TIE Jordan Meachum (LS) 6
7 Bobby Romano (AR) 513   7 Aamir Brown (NG) 27   7 Jawan McAllister (SJ) 6
8 Connor Golden (AR) 441   TIE Olamide Zaccheaus (SJ) 27   8 5 tied with 5
9 Jordan Meachum (LS) 414   TIE Mike Ockimey (BP) 27        
10 Levi Hardy (LS) 409   10 3 tied with 26        
                     
RANK PLAYER GM AVG   RANK PLAYER REC AVG        
1 Jimmy Herron (LS) 73.4   1 Jamal Custis (NG) 22.5        
2 Thaddius Smith (CO) 62.2   2 Mike Ockimey (BP) 19.5        
3 Jamal Custis (NG) 49.2   3 Thaddius Smith (CO) 19.4        
4 Mike Ockimey (BP) 47.8   4 Jordan Meachum (LS) 17.3        
5 Bobby Romano (AR) 46.6   5 John Reid (SJP) 15.7        
6 Ahkil Crumpton (WC) 46.3   TIE Levi Hardy (LS) 15.7        
7 John Reid (SJP) 42.3   7 Patrick Amara (WC) 15.6        
8 Connor Golden (AR) 40.1   8 Jimmy Herron (LS) 15.3        
9 Shawn Springs (AC) 38.4   9 Kyle Dawson (BP) 14.4        
10 Jordan Meachum (LS) 37.6   10 D’Andre Swift (SJP) 13.9        
        TIE Aamir Brown (NG) 13.9        

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PASSING LEADERS:                 
RANK PLAYER YARDS   RANK PLAYER GM AVG   RANK PLAYER TDs 
1 Kyle Shurmur (LS) 2472   1 Kyle Shurmur (LS) 224.7   1 Kyle Shurmur (LS) 25
2 Chris Martin (SJP) 1770   2 Chris Martin (SJ) 160.9   2 Chris Martin (SJP) 22
3 Collin DiGalbo (BP) 1668   3 Collin DiGalbo (BP) 151.6   3 Dashawn Darden (CO) 16
4 Antwain McCollum (WC) 1307   4 Dashawn Darden (CO) 119.4   TIE Collin DiGalbo (BP) 16
5 Tom Garlick (AW) 1280   5 Mark Ostaszewski (AR) 119.2   5 Tom Garlick (AW) 15
6 Dashawn Darden (CO) 1194   6 Antwain McCollum (WC) 108.9   6 Antwain McCollum (WC) 12
7 Mark Ostaszewski (AR) 1073   7 Tom Garlick (AW) 98.5   7 Mark Ostaszewski (AR) 10
8 Ray Lenhart (NG) 1066   8 Ray Lenhart (NG) 96.9   8 Ray Lenhart (NG) 9
9 Zach Carroll (FJ) 794   9 Mike Alley (CE) 89.4   9 Joe Pinzka (LC) 8
10 Sean McMorran (AC) 657   10 Zach Carroll (FJ) 79.4   10 Sean McMorran (AC) 7
                     
RANK PLAYER Comp.   RANK PLAYER Att.   RANK PLAYER Comp %
1 Kyle Shurmur (LS) 180   1 Kyle Shurmur (LS) 307   1 Chris Martin (SJP) 63.8
2 Chris Martin (SJP) 127   2 Collin DiGalbo (BP) 268   2 Kyle Shurmur (LS) 58.6
3 Collin DiGalbo (BP) 112   3 Chris Martin (SJP) 199   3 Tom Garlick (AW) 54.0
4 Dashawn Darden (CO) 80   4 Ray Lenhart (NG) 176   4 Dashawn Darden (CO) 51.6
5 Antwain McCollum (WC) 79   5 Antwain McCollum (WC) 165        
6 Tom Garlick (AW) 74   6 Dashawn Darden (CO) 155        
7 Ray Lenhart (NG) 68   7 Zach Carroll (FJ) 144        
8 Zach Carroll (FJ) 60   8 Tom Garlick (AW) 137        
9 Brendan Regan (RC) 55   9 Brendan Regan (RC) 127        
10 Mike Alley (CE) 48   10 Mike Alley (CE) 104        
                     
ASSORTED LEADERS:                 
RANK PLAYER KICK/PTS   RANK PLAYER FGs   RANK PLAYER Kick/Scoring
1 Dan McDonald (AW) 77   1 Connor Foley (FJ) 7   1 Dan McDonald (AW) 5.9
2 Pat Walsh (SJ) 53   2 Joe Stock (AR) 4   2 Connor Foley (FJ) 4.5
3 Connor Foley FJ) 50   TIE Pat Walsh (SJ) 4   3 Joe Stock (AR) 4.3
4 Matt Raczak (LS) 46   4 Brendan Hanagan (BM) 3   4 Matt Raczak (LS) 4.2
5 Joe Stock (AR) 43   5 Devon Flynn (CE) 2   TIE Pat Walsh (SJP) 4.1
        TIE Dan McDonald (AW) 2        
                     
RANK PLAYER OVER. TDs   RANK PLAYER POINTS   RANK PLAYER AVG PTS
1 Jarrett McClenton (AW) 28   1 Jarrett McClenton (AW) 169   1 Greg White (WC) 14.2
2 Samir Bullock (AR) 21   2 Greg White (WC) 142   2 Jarrett McClenton (AW) 12.9
3 Greg White (WC) 20   3 Samir Bullock (AR) 126   3 Samir Bullock (AR) 11.5
4 Thaddius Smith (CO) 14   4 Thaddius Smith (CO) 84   4 Austin Tilghman (AC) 8.9
TIE Olamide Zaccheaus (SJP) 14   TIE Olamide Zaccheaus (SJP) 84   5 Thaddius Smith (CO) 8.4
6 Austin Tilghman (AC) 13   6 Austin Tilghman (AC) 80   6 Ryan Quigley (LC) 8.0
TIE Jimmy Herron (LS) 13   TIE Ryan Quigley (LC) 80   7 Jimmy Herron (LS) 7.8
TIE Ryan Quigley (LC) 13   TIE Sihmare Morgan (NG) 80   8 Sihmare Morgan (NG) 7.3
TIE Dimetri Kelly (RC) 13   TIE Dimetri Kelly (RC) 80   TIE Dimetri Kelly (RC) 7.3
TIE Sihmare Morgan (NG) 13   10 Jimmy Herron (LS) 78   10 Olamide Zaccheaus (SJP) 7.0
                TIE Mike Isabella (LC) 7.0
                     
RANK PLAYER INTs   RANK PLAYER Rush/Rec Yds   RANK PLAYER RET TDs
1 Connor Golden (AR) 10   1 Samir Bullock (AR) 2088   1 Jarrett McClenton (AW) 3
2 Rob DiSanto (SJP) 5   2 Dimetri Kelly (RC) 1743   TIE John Chaney (RC) 3
3 Mike Ockimey (BP) 4   3 Greg White (WC) 1533   TIE Chris Gary (AW) 3
TIE Aamir Brown (NG) 4   4 Jarrett McClenton (AW) 1456   TIE Bobby Romano (AR) 3
TIE Vince Moffett (SJP) 4   5 Jordan Meachum (LS) 1309   5 Marquis Seamon (FJ) 2
6 10 tied with  3   6 Austin Tilghman (AC) 1129   TIE Dimetri Kelly (RC) 2
        7 Olamide Zaccheaus (SJP) 1114   TIE Jake Cooper (AW) 2
        8 Yeedee Thaenrat (FJ) 1038   TIE Yeedee Thaenrat (FJ) 2
        9 D’Andre Swift (SJP) 941   9 28 tied with 1
        10 J.T. Blyden (CO) 868        

NOV. 28
THANKSGIVING RIVALRY
PUBLIC-PUBLIC
West Philly 14, Overbrook 8 (2 OT)

   On the last five Thanksgivings yours truly has had the pleasure of covering the SJ Prep-Malvern clash. At least a couple of those games were played at Villanova, with the others in the cozy confines of Plymouth-Whitemarsh. This year’s SJP-MP game was moved up and played last Friday, so today I had a new assignment with twelve games on the docket. Yep, it was down to good ‘ol 58th & Elmwood and Bartram Field. Thanks to heavy rains yesterday field conditions weren’t exactly optimal for good offensive football. Serious mud existed from 40-to-40, and even beyond those points was dicey until you got towards the 15-yard lines and in. Oh well, it was still a game to see and it had its moments like all do. Early on, West sr. RB Eric Davis appeared to be wearing special cleats. In the first half he had runs of 10 yards or more five times. Early in the second quarter he started right, then somehow cut back through Mudville for an impressive 73-yard touchdown. Jr. OL/DL Teair Tart-Spencer (6’5”, 290-lbs) powered in for the conversion and a 8-0 Speedboy lead. Later in the quarter, Davis ripped-off a 24-yard run and then followed that with a 45-yard sprint. Credit jr. DL Shafiq Taylor with super hustle to bring Davis down at the 9-yard line. Thus, saving what looked like another long Davis score. Two plays later, Davis gained two yard to the seven, but would ding an ankle/knee and hobble off. WP had no timeouts at this points, so the ‘Brook bench was thinking that the Speedboys were trying to pull a fast one. With their best player so far? I didn’t feel it. Davis limped off and never did return. He finished with 170 yards on 11 carries. West Philly’s threat ended one play later when QB Lavelle Harper slipped and fumbled. Sr. QB/DB Takieyn Harris made the recovery for the Panthers to end the half. To start the second half the Speedboys had major complications while in punt formation. Eventually, Panthers sr. LB Daniel Stephenson scooped-up the slippery pigskin and scored from twenty-one yards out. Sr. RB Maurice Jarmon added the conversion run to deadlock things. From here? How about a whole lot of nothing? Nine combined possessions produced a total of negative-12 yards, two first downs (One thanks to a penalty), and eight punts. The other possession ended after two plays and with time expiring. When the game moved to OT the thought was that some positive movement could be had. Heading towards the far end zone, the field was more than manageable. Alas, the execution was not. At least not initially. WP started first and had runs of zero, minus-5, minus-10 (Sack by Harris), and an incomplete pass on fourth down. For, ‘Brook they had runs of minus-3, minus-2, and incomplete pass, and an interception (Soph. DB Mitchell Hudgins). Moving to overtime #2 the Panthers began things. The series went as follows; two-yard run, minus-2 on a run, and consecutive misfires by sr. QB Michael Williams. Then, it happened! On the game’s 80th offensive play we had our first completed pass, as Harper hit sr. WR/DB Stephen Pressley for nine yards to the one. On second down, Harper  was stopped for no gain, but after a timeout he once again tried a sneak and was successful for the win. Mom, put on the biscuits, I’m coming home. Smile! Earlier in the year these teams met with Overbrook winning, 2-0. They held the Speedboys to just six yards of offense. Today, WP returned the favor; holding the Panthers to three yards on 38 offensive snaps. However, take away Davis’ first half exploits for WP and they were held to negative-35 yards on 33 other plays. Phew! Defensively, I was impressed with Tart-Spencer who had ten tackles, including 6 for losses. He also stripped and recovered a fumble. Soph. two-way lineman Kwadere Fleming (6’3”, 265-lbs) also had a few impressive moments on both sides of the ball. He ended with 6 stops; with four going for losses. Pressley added a pick. SR. LB Ericson Tarlue hustled for 7 tackles (5 solos). For Overbrook, Taylor (5 stops) also notched a fumble recovery. Sr. DL Justin Brown had some good moments with 8 stops (6 solos; sack; 3 other TFLs). Sr. LB Erron Peterson and sr. DL Jordan Brown (3 TFLs) evenly split ten tackles. Sr. DB Ronald Riddick notched a sack. All total, twenty-nine plays went for negative yardage; 137 negative yards to be exact. West Philly has now won three straight Turkey Day games and hold a 15-11 series lead since ’89.

NOV. 25

Philadelphia Catholic League Stat Leaders: (2013)         
Thru Week 13                 

RUSH/REC/PASS yards per game leaders - Players must play in at least half of team's games. 
REC yards per catch leaders - Must average 2 receptions per game played.

RUSH yards per attempt leaders - Must average 6 carries per game played.
PASS Comp. % leaders - Must be at least 50% and average 6 pass attempts per game played. 

RUSHING LEADERS:                 
RANK PLAYER YARDS   RANK PLAYER GM AVG   RANK PLAYER TDs (Rush)
1 Samir Bullock (AR) 1775   1 Samir Bullock (AR) 177.5   1 Jarrett McClenton (AW) 23
2 Dimetri Kelly (RC) 1590   2 Dimetri Kelly (RC) 159.0   2 Greg White (WC) 19
3 Greg White (WC) 1338   3 Greg White (WC) 133.8   3 Samir Bullock (AR) 18
4 Jarrett McClenton (AW) 1150   4 Austin Tilghman (AC) 121.2   4 Austin Tilghman (AC) 12
5 Austin Tilghman (AC) 1091   5 Yeedee Thaenrat (FJ) 96.1   TIE Sihmare Morgan (NG) 12
6 Yeedee Thaenrat (FJ) 961   6 Jarrett McClenton (AW) 95.8   6 Olamide Zaccheaus (SJ) 11
7 Jordan Meachum (LS) 895   7 J.T. Blyden (CO) 84.2   7 Ryan Quigley (LC) 10
8 J.T. Blyden (CO) 842   8 Jordan Meachum (LS) 81.4   TIE Dimetri Kelly (RC) 10
9 Olamide Zaccheaus (SJ) 748   9 Mike Iacono (LC) 70.0   TIE Collin DiGalbo (BP) 10
10 Mike Iacono (LC) 700   10 Mike Isabeela (LC) 69.4   10 Yeedee Thaenrat (FJ) 9
                     
RANK PLAYER RUSHES   RANK PLAYER YPC        
1 Dimetri Kelly (RC) 278   1 Jarrett McClenton (AW) 11.4        
2 Samir Bullock (AR) 230   2 Austin Tilghman (AC) 8.3        
3 Jordan Meachum (LS) 171   3 Mike Isabela (LC) 8        
4 Greg White (WC) 169   4 Greg White (WC) 7.9        
5 Sihmare Morgan (NG) 140   TIE Mike Iacono (LC) 7.9        
TIE J.T. Blyden (CO) 140   6 Samir Bullock (AR) 7.7        
7 Austin Tilghman (AC) 132   7 Olamide Zaccheaus (SJ) 7.6        
8 Yeedee Thaenrat (FJ) 131   8 Yeedee Thaenrat (FJ) 7.3        
9 Collin DiGalbo (BP) 130   9 Joe DePhillipo (BP) 7.1        
10 Marquis Seamon (FJ) 105   10 Ryan Quigley (LC) 6.6        
                     
RECEIVING LEADERS:                 
RANK PLAYER YARDS   RANK PLAYER RECEP.   RANK PLAYER TDs  
1 Jimmy Herron (LS) 734   1 Jimmy Herron (LS) 48   1 Thaddius Smith (CO) 12
2 Thaddius Smith (CO) 622   2 Thaddius Smith (CO) 32   TIE Jimmy Herron (LS) 12
3 Ahkil Crumpton (WC) 556   3 John Reid (SJP) 31   3 Mike Ockimey (BP) 8
4 Mike Ockimey (BP) 526   4 Charles Headon (LS) 29   4 John Reid (SJP) 7
5 Bobby Romano (AR) 492   5 Jawan McAllister (SJP) 28   5 Jamal Custis (NG) 6
6 Jamal Custis (NG) 477   6 Mike Ockimey (BP) 27   TIE Jordan Meachum (LS) 6
7 John Reid (SJP) 464   7 5 tied with  26   7 Jawan McAllister (SJ) 6
8 Connor Golden (AR) 441           8 5 tied with 5
9 Jordan Meachum (LS) 414                 
10 Levi Hardy (LS) 409