That being said, here are my top picks offensively.
1st Team QBs
Matt Robinson/Josiah Norwood
1st Team RBs
Chris Street/Shakobe Harper
1st Team WRs
Amon-Ra St Brown
Nikko Remigio/CJ Parks/Chachi Delgado
1st Team OL
Second Team QBs
DJ Ugu.. (could go here as well, not sure)
Josiah Norwood (could go here as well)
2nd Team RBs
2nd Team WRs
Chachi Delgado (could go here as well)
2nd Team OL
Let me know if you have any input or any names should go in different places!!
Reason: made the title mixed case
Look at the WRs as an example. Bowman is ranked way down at 18th in the Trinity for receiving yards. He has just 18 receptions (20th), 342 yards (includes a 73 yarder) and 4 TDs (tied for 8th with seven others).
He ranks 4th on his own team behind Delgado, Bailey and Cooley; so you list him higher despite the kid being far less productive than his teammates. Plus he disappears against the better teams. Even Magyar has more yards (ranked 9th) and he is a RB.
Wingfield is an even bigger head scratcher. He's ranked 29th with only 146 receiving yards. Three of his teammates have far more yards (Hurt, Irvin and McDuffie), FOUR RBs have more receiving yards (Magyar, Mataele, Holani and Street), and he has only 1 TD reception. No way he's all anything in the Trinity.
Here's how the top 20 Trinity League WRs stack up by receiving yards:
St. Brown (MD)
M. McClain (JSerra)
OC HS Football Fan
After the major awards (offensive player of the year, lineman of the year, etc.) are voted on the coaches just submit names to the league administrator to fill in slots as follows:
1st Place: 3 players each for 1st team O, 1st team D, 2nd team O and 2nd team D (3,3,3,3)
2nd Place: 3, 2, 2, 3
3rd Place: 2, 2, 2, 2
4th place: 2, 2, 1, 1 (or maybe it's 2, 1, 1, 2)
5th Place: 1, 2, 1, 2
6th Place: 1, 1, 1, 1
I might very well be be mistaken with the exact breakdown, and trades between schools are allowed (i.e. "I'll let you have my 2nd team defensive slot for the linebacker you really don't want to have to name honorable mention if you give me your 2nd team offensive slot."). Since nobody votes, you often see 3 1st team QB's but only 3 first team offensive linemen. There is a huge difference in the number of players named to the all-league team if your team finish in 2nd vs. 3rd place or 4th vs 6th place. This is why a good player on a 6-4, 1-4 team ends up as Honorable Mention.
That's correct.ChampionsU wrote:Just so I understand, the Trinity coaches don’t vote beyond Offensive Player of the Year (e.g. for 1st and 2nd team all league?)
The coaches name their all league players?
It can vary a little from one year to the next, but last year the Trinity League had:Also, for Trinity, is there a 1.) League MVP and 2.) League Offensive/Defensive MVP?
And yeah, that list makes no sense to me either.