Top Running Backs in Maple

Running Backs are most accurate depiction of an American Football player. They have to possess the highest overall amounts of speed, strength, intelligence, and selflessness. Gone are the days when a running back could get 20+ carries a game and gradually get better as the game wears on. Nope, in this day and age a running back is considered lucky to get 15 carries out of a 60 play game. Fortunately, for the Maple League, that’s all these guys need to make HUGE impacts during games. This group of backs is one of the best to ever play during this pass happy era of the Vaahteraliiga, racking up all purpose yards to complement their rushing prowess.

Jaycen Taylor #11 – Helsinki Roosters


Alexander Kuronen #36 – Helsinki Roosters


Tom Suoste #40 – Wasa Royals


Chris Young #4 – Wasa Royals


Chris Douglas #1 – Turku Trojans

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Niko Lester #23 – Seinajoki Crocodiles


Kemani Jones #15 – Porvoo Butchers


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4 thoughts on “Top Running Backs in Maple

  • August 26, 2016 at 8:03 pm

    I would add young Karri Pajarinen from Roosters to the mix. He made his statement in his first game against Saints in early June and hasn’t looked back since.

  • August 28, 2016 at 8:38 am

    I would add Steve Strother from Seinäjoki Crocodiles. In fact, he propably is a better RB than any of the listed above. Yesterday in Seinäjoki, the weather conditions were awful. It was him who made most of the score in the game.


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