Ryota’s roster features a high school QB and some athletic receivers
QB: Kendall Graveman
Kendall was the first pick in our turkey bowl draft because he played QB at Benjamin Russell High School in Alabama and lettered on varsity his junior and senior year. In his senior season (2008-09), he played in 8 games, had 1174 passing yards, 9 TDs, and 4 interceptions.
TE: Ty France
Ty France played linebacker and fullback at South Hills High School in California. While France is not that tall (5’11”, 217lb) he’s a pretty bulky guy with football experience so he will be good on both sides of the ball. He has zero stolen bases in his MLB career so TE is probably suitable for him going downfield and maybe he can play linebacker and spy on the QB on defense.
WR: Evan White
Evan White did not play football in high school but he did play basketball in high school. He is clearly an athlete and can run even for his big size (6’3″, 220 lbs) and first base position. He would be good in this game at receiver and guarding receivers on defense with his DK Metcalf size.
WR: JP Crawford
J.P. Crawford was focused on baseball in high school but as the image at the top of the screen shows, he can play football. Crawford is fast, lengthy, and athletic, so he would be a perfect wide receiver. His dad was also a pro-Canadian football defensive back and made 4 all-star teams so he has some football in his genes.