Germany: Stats leaders remain unchanged as regular season nears end

With only three weekends left in the 20 week German Football League regular season, AFI takes a look at the passing, receiving, rushing and tackling leaders in Germany for the seventh time this season.

It looks like no one will dislodge the two Dresden Monarchs players who have led two categories almost the entire season. WR Mitchel Paige remains as the top receiver and LB AJ Wentland the leading tackler.

The Allgäu Comets, Dresden Monarchs and Potsdam Royals all have three players among the Top 5 in 4 categories. Following them with 2 are the Munich Cowboys.   The Cologne Crocodiles, Stuttgart Scorpions, Kiel Baltic Hurricanes, Hamburg Huskies, Marburg Mercenaries, Berlin RebelsFrankfurt Universe, Braunschweig New Yorker Lions and the Schwabisch Hall Unicorns all have one.

The absences are the Hildesheim Invaders, Kirchdorf Wildcats and Ingolstadt Dukes who do not have any players on the lists.


Allgäu Comets QB Justin Sottilare retains the passing lead with 3,777 yards and a league-best 40 TDs although he only had 88 yards passing in a loss to the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns this past weekend. Sottilare has set a record for passing attempts in a game (84), and still leads the GFL in average yards per game with 343.4. Trenton Norvell of the Dresden Monarchs holds on to 2nd although the Monarchs were idle this past weekend. He has 3,158 yards and 37 TDs.  Munich Cowboys QB Trenton Miller is still 3rd with 3,047  yards but is closing the gap after throwing for 402 yards in a win over the Marburg Mercenaries. Schwabisch Hall Unicorns QB Marco Ehrenfried has moved back up and is now 4th with 2,657 yards. Braunschweig New Yorker Lions QB Jadrian Clark is 5th with 2,559 yards and 35 TD passes.


Mitchell Paige of the Dresden Monarchs continues to lead all receivers in Germany and has caught 97 passes for 1,530 yards and a league-leading 19 TDs. He had a monster game two weeks ago against the Berlin Rebels catching 17 passes for 244 yards! Allgäu Comets WR Jordan Paul is still 2nd with 1,126 yards while  Frankfurt Universe WR Tim Thomas has moved into 3rd with 1,032 yards. Kai Silbermann of the Munich Cowboys is at #4 with 1,018 yards while Frederik Myrup-Nielsen of the Potsdam Royals is 5th with 896 yards.


Tyvis Smith of the Potsdam Royals retains his rushing lead rushing for 97 yards and a touchdown in a loss to the Berlin Rebels last week. He now has 1,171 yards and 10 TDs. Cologne Crocodiles RB Shayeen Edwards is still 2nd and has 925 yards and 8 TDs while Hamburg Huskies RB Colby Goodwyn holds on to 3rd with 859 yards. Berlin Rebel’s Dutch RB Sean Richard is 4th with 670 yards and 8 TDs while Giacomo DePauli of the Stuttgart Scorpions has moved up into 4th with 720 yards. Berlin Rebels RB Sean Richard has climbed back onto the list with his 679 yards.


AJ Wentland of the Dresden Monarchs is a tackling machine and continues to lead the league in tackles by a wide margin and  now has 149 tackles in 11 games. He has had 3 games of 20+ tackles.Neil Howey of the Marburg Mercenaries stays 2nd after recording 14 tackles in his team’s loss to the Munich Cowboys. He has 118 tackles. Demetrius Steed of the Potsdam Royals remains in 3rd with 112 tackles while Allgäu Comets LB Niall Padden continues to hold onto 4th although he is injured and has 89 and Kiel Baltic Hurricanes LB Thiadric Hansen is 5th with 88 tackles.

Graphics: Igor Lazarevic

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