Evan Choi has been named the NTL Player of the Year by the NTL and Tetherball News. Evan who has improved a ton since being a rookie. Last year he ran Forest and Grant hard before losing. This year no one has beaten him as he remains undefeated!
Evan Choi is atop the 2015 October ranks. He is currently undefended and is in 1st. But, Forest Wesley and Grant Gardner are both one loss players chasing him. Ian Shultz, Isaac Gonzalez and Phil Mai are next in the ranks.
This month’s player is more than one. Sebastian Sagun is the first one. Sagun was great in the NEXTTL Regions and is ok for the draft. The second one is Grant Gardner. Grant has been great in the 2015 Legacy Tournament. Will he win it ? Only time will tell.
Yeah! Congrats to Max. This is his first player of the week appearance. He has been great in the tournament. He is the new player of the week.
Yep it’s the jumper Evan Choi. He’s already starting to challenge top players like Grant and Forest yet he’s only a rookie. He’s a player to watch in the future!
This week’s player of the week is a undrafted rookie who just started playing. He’s one of the more newer players to watch for in the upcoming season.
This week Chandler Tuupo is the new Player of the Week. ” Chan-man” did great this week beating many top players. Expect him to contend for rookie of the year!
Logan is the player of this week because he returned to tetherball. Logan who was 3rd in the final standings last year is back! Logan is now back and about as good as Forest Wesley! This makes him the player of the week!
Yup that man again. Grant Gardner is the player of 2014. Grant came from nowhere to beat Nathan Shilley in the 2014 NTL Legacy Tournament. That made him the 2014 NTL Champion. Yeah, Grant lost to Ian in the biggest event of the year the FITA World Cup but he came back and beat him in the 2014 Holidays Cup.
This new year’s first player of the month is Grant Gardner. Grant lost to Ian earlier this year in the 2014 FITA World Cup, but made up for it by beating him in the Holidays Cup.