Offensive Player of the Week

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Orlando Predators second-year quarterback Nick Hill (6-3, 215, Southern Illinois) was named Arena Football League’s Russell Athletic Offensive Player of the Week on Tuesday. Hill led the Preds on Saturday by completing 23 of 29 passes for 367 yards and six touchdowns in a 56-26 win over the Cleveland Gladiators.

Hill joins Rayshaun Kizer (Week 3), Robert Quiroga (Week 3), Marlon Moye-Moore (Week 4), Paul Griffin (Week 5) and Josh Bush ( Week 8 ) as weekly award winners in 2011.

Through nine games, Hill stands atop the AFL in total offense per game (329.4 yards), is third in passing average per game (302.8 yards) and third in passing efficiency (120.6). Entering Week 11, Hill has tossed 52 touchdowns and ran for nine more scores.

ABOUT THE ORLANDO PREDATORS

Orlando’s Arena Football League franchise since 1991, the Orlando Predators are celebrating 20 Wild Years! in the AFL. During that span the Predators have advanced to the AFL Playoffs a league-leading 18 consecutive seasons and appeared in the ArenaBowl seven times, winning championships in 1998 and 2000. Proudly committed to their Orlando fans, the Predators are the only sports team in the new Amway Center that refused to raise ticket prices with season tickets starting at only $45 and single game tickets as low as $10. For more ticket information, log on to www.OrlandoPredators.com or call 407-648-4444.

 

Juz is keen blogger on Orlando as well as having written 2 travel books on Disney. You can catch Juz every week on the Eye on Orlando Show, which covers all the happening in and around Central Florida.
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