Central Division Player of the Year: San Marino’s J.P. Shohfi

J.P. Shohfi has been the go to guy for the Titans

J.P. Shohfi was the go-to guy for San Marino

This was not a tough choice and it is very easy to defend.

You don’t have to make an argument for 122 catches, 2,464 receiving yards, a 20.2 yards-per-catch average, or 29 touchdowns. You don’t have to argue for 212 rushing yards and five touchdowns. You don’t have to make a case for 36 tackles and five interceptions, three being returned for touchdowns. Nor defend 734 kickoff and punt return yards and two more touchdowns.

We’ve said all we can say…And we pray he has the same success at Yale and with the rest of his life. This player is one of the few we’ve seen in 18 years of coverage that truly tilts the field.

We’re going to let the MVS commenters say the rest:

“J.P. Shohfi is a monster.”—Remember the Titans

“Shohfi runs great route, he is where he is supposed to be, he has great hands, and runs well with the ball after catch.. (look at his kickoff and punt return stats)…He has an outstanding GPA and will be a success in some way, or multiple ways…He will be an outstanding representative of any football program, he will not be a problem that many other schools take on with talented players with serious character issues. He will be a coaches’ dream.”—Fred Biletnikoff

“…We were part of his incredible summer 7 on 7 campaign. It was epic. He clearly was one of the best in the country on huge stages…He is an incredible receiver in every respect.”—Semper Titanious

“…Mtown Knows all about San Marino’s best Player J. Shohfi!”—Jolly Green Giant AKA Greenie
Offensive Coordinators 
Southeast: Erik Meyer- La Mirada
Central: Mike Hobbie- San Marino
Mid-Valley: Mark Serve – Sierra Canyon

Defensive Coordinators  
Southeast: Lance Fauria – Cathedral
Central: Nick Moreno – Chino Hills
Mid-Valley: Danny Lopez – San Dimas

Head Coaches
Southeast: Mike Moschetti- La Mirada
Central: Mike Hobbie- San Marino
Mid-Valley: Jon Ellinghouse- Sierra Canyon

MVP
Southeast: Sei-j Lauago – La Mirada
Central: Carson Glazier— San Marino
Mid-Valley: Niko Harris-Sierra Canyon

Player of the Year 
Southeast: Andrew Tovar-Cathedral
Central: J.P. Shohfi—San Marino

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“Joe has captured the essence of the high school football experience. You don’t have to have played or coached to be instantly engaged in the story and identify with the characters. A great read!…Lots of laughs and memories from what high school football is like on the inside.”—Mike Mooney
“A very accurate account of high school football.”—Jon Dimalante
“F-bombing Papa Joe, has written something truly great here…He’s done a great job capturing the moments in the life of a high school football player both big and small from a unique angle.”—Josh Ouellette
“TANGENT DREAMS: A High School Football Novel” by Joe Torosian is NOW available through Amazon.com
(Cover by Pat Cherry www.blackheartart.com)

5 Comments to "Central Division Player of the Year: San Marino’s J.P. Shohfi"

  1. Taps's Gravatar Taps
    February 9, 2016 - 1:48 pm | Permalink

    Nick Moreno did not coach at Chino Hills…He’s from CHINO!!!
    Fix it!!!

  2. John's Gravatar John
    February 8, 2016 - 9:50 pm | Permalink

    Is the quote in the article from The FRED BILETNIKOFF or someone who’s hijacked the name of one of the best receivers in NFL history??

  3. What's The Difference?'s Gravatar What's The Difference?
    February 8, 2016 - 4:10 pm | Permalink

    I asked this question on the Tovar post, but it didn’t get past the moderators, but what is the difference between the MVP and the Player of the Year?

    From MVS Sports: A POY is a player that gets consideration no matter where his team finishes. An MVP is someone who without his/her presence their team would not have achieved success. Some years we’ve given the award to the same player.

  4. Can't Argue's Gravatar Can't Argue
    February 8, 2016 - 3:37 pm | Permalink

    I’ve been watching football in this area since the 70’s, I can’t think of a better receiver in that time.
    There are probably 20 or more that would come close,but 2400 yards and 122 catches puts J.P. above all.
    I didn’t watch all his games but he still had more “Wow! Did you see that” catches than anyone else I’ve ever seen.

  5. Salute's Gravatar Salute
    February 8, 2016 - 2:37 pm | Permalink

    Nobody did it better than Shohfi, and on top of that, I hear he favors the new El Rancho coach, with Beltran being his second choice.

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