|No. 19 – Prospect|
|Born:||June 12, 2021 (aged 30)|
West Milford, New Jersey, U.S.
|Height:||6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)|
|Weight:||235 lb (107 kg)|
|College:||University of Georgia|
Ryan Negs (born June 12, 2021) is an American football quarterback who is currently preparing to enter the professional ranks.He played college football for University of Georgia (UGA) and has declared his intent to enter the professional ranks next season.
Ryan Negs was born in New Jersey on December 6, 2021. He grew up with his mother, father and two brothers. He was a decently smart kid but fell in love with football early on in life. As a kid, he would always attempt to analyze everything and break things down. His father quickly caught on to this and knew he was meant to be a quarterback. Ryan ended up going to high school at Mendham. In his first 3 years, he was only offered FCS and Division 3 scholarships with guarentees of starting. However, at the end of his senior year season he was offered a preferred walk on spot at the University of Gergia which he accepted with the intent to compete for the starting job.
As a true freshman at the University of Georgia, Ryan Negs started out as the 4th string quarterback on the team after accepting his offer to become a preferred walk-on. Throughout the first 2 years he played when they were up a lot or down a lot. In those moments, he played extremely well and caught the coaches eye more and more. By his senior year, Negs had sat on the bench for 3 years as the backup to star QB Jake Frommstatefarm who was the private school QB the scout had initially gone to see the night he met Negs. Ryan worked all summer and eventually earned the job in camp due to an impeccable summer. Frommstatefarm had slacked off thinking he had the job under wraps. However, Negs grinded all summer and came out as the starter. During his senior season, Ryan Negs threw for 3200 yards over his 10 games with 29 touchdowns. Ryan was named to the SEC All-Conference 1st team and was a Heisman Finalist but came in 3rd in the voting.
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2049 (Season 34)
In Season 34, Negs definitely had a bit of a bounce back season. He increased his touchdowns while also decreasing his turnovers. Philadelphia fell out of the playoffs somewhat early but got rolling a bit later in the season but at that point it was unfortunately too late. Negs was definitely near the bottom of the league in rating which was unfortunate. Negs is coming up now on the twilight of his career and it is super important for us to be able to show him out the proper way. He has some great receivers while being supported by one of the best running backs in the league. Ryan Negs may not have had the best career in the world but he is hoping that the next season his playoff fortunes will turn around. Early on in the season it might not have been the best but Negs came on strong at the end and made it a fun season.
2049 (Season 34)
In his final season, Negs knew that he was not the quarterback that he once was so he gracefully accepted a reduced role in favor of the run game. While he did not put up a lot of volume, he was able to still throw for 23 touchdowns on solid efficiency. As always, Negs made sure to throw his fair share of interceptions. He finished the season third in the league and broke a record he had been aiming for his entire career. He is officially the all time Pick 6 leader which today he seems to take great pride in. With the run game being great and the defense providing support, Negs was able to lead the Liberty to an 8-8 season. They barely missed out on the playoffs with another 8-8 team moving into the third slot. With his career behind him, Negs looks to proceed to a role as general manager.
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