2016 Most Outstanding Player Award Voting

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Who is the 2016 Alumni Nation Most Outstanding Player?

Poll closed Dec 24, 2011.
  1. Cedric Gallagher

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  2. Joey Charles

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  3. Jake Thomas

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  4. Dennis Thomas

    9.1%
  5. Jake Pettway

    9.1%
  6. Edgar Ward

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  7. Lee Mann

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  8. Quinton Rose

    27.3%
  9. Eddie Baker

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  10. Chaz Harris

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  11. Brandon Powell

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  12. Larry Sapp

    36.4%
  13. Zach Davis

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  14. Lewis Alexander

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  15. Jordan Hall

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  16. Matt Sims

    18.2%
  17. Matt Montgomery

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  1. Michael Woodward

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    Sorry guys, forgot about this with finals week and all. Since I am doing it after conference championship week, the numbers are going to be a bit skewed in favor of people who played conference championship games (extra game).

    Cedric Gallagher (ROLB) - 73 tackles, 36 solo, 37 ATL, 12 TFL, 1.5 sacks, 2 DEFL, 1 kick block

    Joey Charles (QB) 161-285 3039 yards 33 TDs, 14 INTs, 253.2 yrds/game, 56% comp, 18.8 yards/comp, 79 rushes, 283 yards, 10 rush TDs, 1 Fumb

    Jake Thomas (DT) - 40 tackles, 32 solo, 8 ATK, 21 TFL, 14.5 sacks, 3 DEFL, 4 FF, 1 Safety

    Dennis Thomas (CB) - 45 tackles, 32 solo, 13 ATK, 7 TFL, 1 sack, 5 INTs, 8 DEFL, 3 kick blocks, 2 DEF TDs, 1 KR TD, 34.1 Yards/KO return

    Jake Pettway (MLB) - 78 tackles, 38 solo, 40 ATK, 8 TFL, 2 Sacks, 3 INTs, 5 DEFL, 1 FF, 1 TD

    Edgar Ward (CB) - 49 tackles, 21 solo, 28 ATK, 1 TFL, 9 INTs, 1 DEFL, 2 FF

    Lee Mann (QB) - 237-365 3604 yards 37 TDs, 22 INTs, 277.2 yrds/game, 64% comp, 15.2 yards/comp, -222 yards rushing, 1 Fumb

    Quinton Ross (DT) - 44 tackles, 34 solo, 10 ATK, 32 TFL, 17 sacks, 1 FF, 1 FR, 1 TD

    Eddie Baker (RE) - 44 tackles, 29 solo, 15 ATK, 23 TFL, 18 sacks, 1 DEFL, 1 FF, 2 FR,

    Chaz Harris (RB) - 229 rushes, 1346 yards, 12 TDs, 103.5 yards/game, 2 Fumb, 26 rec, 208 yards, 3 TDs, 3 drops.

    Brandon Powell (QB) - 170-233 2729 yards 31 TDs, 9 INTs, 209.9 yards/game, 72% comp, 16 yards/comp, -46 yards rushing

    Larry Sapp (FS) - 74 tackles, 47 solo, 27 ATK, 15 TFL, 0.5 sacks, 9 INTs, 8 DEFL, 1 FF, 1 FR, 2 TDs

    Zach Davis (RB) - 106 rushes, 856 yards, 8 yards/carry, 13 TDs, 65.8 Yards/game, 2 Fumb, 16 rec, 261 yards, 1 TD, 4 KR TDs, 44.5 Yards/KR

    Lewis Alexander (QB) - 286-439, 4486 yards, 43 TDs, 29 INTs, 345 Yards/game, 65% comp, 15.6 yards/comp, -56 rush yards, 1 rush TD, 2 Fumbs

    Jordan Hall (RB) - 169 rushes, 1274 yards, 18 TDs, 7.5 yards/carry, 98 yards/game, 2 Fumb

    Matt Sims (WR) - 86 catches, 1817 yards, 18 TDs, 21.1 yards/catch, 139.7 yards/game, 7 drops

    Matt Montgomery (RB) - 198 rushes, 1346 yards, 13 TDs, 6.7 yards/carry, 103.5 Yards/game, 0 Fumb

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  2. Abominatrix

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    This gets harder and harder every year...someone say something so that I can narrow down my pool of potential vote-getters :p

    Early top group: Q. Ross/L. Sapp/M. Sims/D. Thomas
     
  3. areohhwhy

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    I'm really having trouble picking one..
     
  4. Twister18

    Twister18 I aint got time to bleed!

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    Sapp/Thomas for me. Both are outstanding.
     
  5. OzoneAz

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    This is a tough one but here is my "Lee Corso" breakdown (no particular order)

    Offense
    QB - Joey Charles, 3039 yards, 33 TD's, 56% completion. His 14 int's hurt him but he makes up for it with 10rushing td's and 283yards on the ground.

    RB - Matt Montgomery, 1346yards and 13TD's on 198 carries, averaged over 100yards a game. Deciding factor here is the 0 fumbles all season.

    WR - Matt Sims, Only wideout on the board. He had a soaring 1817yards for the season, averaging almost 140 yards a game. Add the 18td's and you must wonder why this kid didn't win the Heisman.

    Defense (This is very close)

    DT - Quinton Ross aka Monster because he has monster type stats... 44 tackles and 17 sacks, but what sets him apart is the 32 tackled for loss. This is an NFL prospect that would fit in any type defensive scheme.

    Defensive Secondary (Another tough one)

    FS - Larry Sapp, no doubt his 74 tackles is what sets him apart from the rest, but the 9 int's and 2 defensive TD's don't hurt either. He is by far the honeybadger of the nominees!

    Additional votes...

    QB - Brandon Powell, this is the guy any NFL team would want to draft as their franchise QB... Almost 3000 yards on the season with 31td's and ONLY 9 int's and an amazing 72% completion ratio, this is the guy you want to give the ball to when losing by 3 with 2 to go!


    Even though I am a defensive guy, my vote goes to....

    WR - Matt Sims

    There is a reason he is the only wideout on the board... His numbers are through the roof and second to none!
     
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  6. CamInMyMind1350

    CamInMyMind1350 Walk On

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    Does anybody else find it hard to vote for a QB unless he is a dual threat? The amount of BS ints that can happen in this game is unfortunate.
     
  7. steven.foster

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    I love my Ross but defensive very seldomly wins. I like Powell, Sims, Sapp, & my Ross purely because of the 32 tfl although he sacks were great the tfl makes him a man's man. I really love Powell but I need him at the 3000 mark (2729). Would have unamiously been my vote with just more yds. 72% Comp pct with only 9 ints is very impressive. Best qb outta the bunch. Sims season was ridiculous only negative is the drops. Sapp was a ball hog it looks like beasting 9 ints his negative he plays defensive. Whats makes Sapp inmpressive is thats all user and considering abom dominated every game this yr doesnt look like he gave up much at all with his fs coverage responbilities usering that position. This is a assumption though because when I play him this is what postion he controls so abom if I'm incorrect I apologize. Of course Ross I have nothing to say bad about him he dominated the line of scrimmage but he's a DT and very seldomly ever will the win this award but for a consolation I'll take him back next yr as my award ;). With all this said my vote because i would never vote for myself is.......... Mr Sapp. The anchor of that pretty unstoppable defense down in Virginia. The fact that he user controls this position and there arent many more than 3 points a game given up by that D tells me just how dominate this player has been. Tha also tells me he didnt get burnt or blow coverages while also keeping receivers in front of him making those tackles. I know its against the ways of MOP voting but I just had to take a defensive player this yr sorry fellas. Sims was very very close to taking my vote. It actually took me 15 mins to think about.

    VOTE:SAPP
     
  8. Michael Woodward

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    Weiner......does that help? :)

    Look at my wide receiver's stats from last year, the reigning most outstanding player.....He had almost 1000 more yards than Sims and didn't win the Heisman. I think the game just doesn't like wide receivers.
     
  9. Ken Welsch

    Ken Welsch BTFD!

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    Any single player that can gather 17 sacks in a season is a one-man wrecking crew. Ross is a beast.

    Sapp is a close second. 9 INTs and 2 TDs is crazy good.

    I give Ross my vote (by a slim margin) because he's the type that I'm sure the attention he demanded made all of his teammates better. His teammate, Eddie Baker, had 18 sacks as well, in no small part to the schemes that were targeted at slowing Ross.
     
  10. areohhwhy

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    Went with Ross.
     

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