Fitzpatrick Award 2017

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Re: Fitzpatrick Award 2017

Postby Eagle85 » Mon Nov 06, 2017 3:44 pm

footballphan wrote:The best player in the state doesn't have to play on both sides of the ball necessarily. It's customary, but not a prerequisite.


I know that it is not a prerequisite, but it is my opinion that they have to. I believe that if you can put up great numbers on both sides of the ball, than that player is much better than someone who plays half the game. Love the Ironman players.
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Re: Fitzpatrick Award 2017

Postby Firestarter85 » Mon Nov 06, 2017 5:36 pm

not sure who will win ptc player of the year but i would think Christopher has a shot and he plays no defense.

i do love guys that play both. I miss qb who play defense to.
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Re: Fitzpatrick Award 2017

Postby hoopsisme » Mon Nov 06, 2017 5:50 pm

Fitzy is seniors only I think. Christopher is a Jr I believe.
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Re: Fitzpatrick Award 2017

Postby Eagle85 » Mon Nov 06, 2017 7:29 pm

Christopher is a good candidate for POY and a strong Fitsy candidate next year if he gets some good recievers. The question is can he repeat performance with new recievers.
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Re: Fitzpatrick Award 2017

Postby Tackletrap » Mon Nov 06, 2017 10:04 pm

I would vote for Pelletier. No doubt for all the reasons Eagle85 has listed. But he is one hell of a great kid. A true role model for younger kids. Great athlete, student, and one of the most respectful, polite young men you could meet. I imagine a lot of parents in the Messo. community who may have a son at the lower levels would be proud to have their son have some of the qualities he does. If I am not mistaken I believe he also volunteers time coaching younger kids in football.
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Re: Fitzpatrick Award 2017

Postby TAallday » Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:23 am

The Fitzy is really wide open this year. After the past couple of weeks, I think that Jack Bryant may have moved himself into the minds of many.

He finally got his signature win over a tough Kennebunk team. His team has been consistently very good and he now has a chance to make a HUGE statement against Marshwood.

I think he deserves to be a Fitzy finalist for sure.
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Re: Fitzpatrick Award 2017

Postby NionNion » Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:04 am

Mike Norton is good candidate. I'm not too sure of his total stats but I believe he had 1600 yards rushing? And he is a defensive starter as well
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Re: Fitzpatrick Award 2017

Postby footballphan » Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:10 am

TAallday wrote:The Fitzy is really wide open this year. After the past couple of weeks, I think that Jack Bryant may have moved himself into the minds of many.

He finally got his signature win over a tough Kennebunk team. His team has been consistently very good and he now has a chance to make a HUGE statement against Marshwood.

I think he deserves to be a Fitzy finalist for sure.

Completely agree. He's the best QB I've seen in Maine this year. He's very talented, can make all the throws and runs very well too. Not a defensive player I don't think, but he runs the show for Falmouth. Very impressive player.
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Re: Fitzpatrick Award 2017

Postby TAallday » Tue Nov 07, 2017 12:19 pm

I think Panyi is the best I have seen. He will surely be in the conversation too, but much like Austin McCrum a couple of years ago, he has an embarrassment of riches surrounding him, which seems to hurt in the eyes of the voters.
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Re: Fitzpatrick Award 2017

Postby footballphan » Tue Nov 07, 2017 1:41 pm

TAallday wrote:I think Panyi is the best I have seen. He will surely be in the conversation too, but much like Austin McCrum a couple of years ago, he has an embarrassment of riches surrounding him, which seems to hurt in the eyes of the voters.

Watched Panyi only once last year and thought he was awesome...haven't been able to see him much this year. They are loaded with talent, no doubt, but he orchestrates it well. He's another top tier QB. South has a ton of great QBs this year.
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