Guam - This year's Miller Football League featured some of the most talent we've ever had on the field across all teams. As such, the arduous task of selecting the best of the best for our All-MFL Team was the most difficult tasks we've had here in Harmon this season. These are men who light up the stat sheet as well as the scoreboard. They're fan favorites and valued teammates who lead by example and leave it all out on the field.
Several legends of the Guam gridiron continued to perform at a high level, young stars emerged and talented players from the U.S. military dazzled the crowd week after week at the UOG Field in Mangilao.
The Pepsi Warriors, who were this season's most exciting team to watch due to their massive offensive line, close calls and penchant for epic gamebreaking plays, led the All-MFL Team with 16 selections, with the Cars Plus Rams earning 12 spots, the Shell Hal's Angels placing 9 of its own (including 75% of its stellar secondary), and the new-look Limelight Spartans notching 6. Two servicemen earned their place as Rookies of the Year, with the Rams' standout wideout Brandon "Megatron" Johnson and Mississippi native Toriano Worthy being selected as Offensive and Defensive ROYs, respectively.
More impressive was the young talent dominating the gridiron, with a pair of second-year players being recognized as the MFL's most outstanding offensive and defensive playermakers, as Ram tailback Jess "Pumpy" Manglona was a unanimous decision for Offensive MVP, with Spartan outside linebacker T.C. Mix putting together a monster campaign to win the title of Defensive MVP.