Monrovia running back has played in two games, carried 30 times and has 429 yards. Spread that out over the course of a 10-game season and Scoby goes for 2,140 yards. But let’s say Monrovia plays 15 games this year … a safe estimate given their division and what happened last year. Then it’s entirely possible he goes for 3,000 yards.
Several factors are involved, though …
– Will Wildcats Ryan Maddox keep feeding Scoby the ball in blowouts? Thirty carries in two games so far ain’t much … so probably not.
– Will Darione Jones’ return from injury cut into Scoby’s carries? He benefits now … but maybe later he won’t.
– Will Scoby stay healthy? All of this crazy talk depends upon Scoby staying healthy and running back is a vulnerable position.
– Will Monrovia play 13,14,15 games? The longer the season goes, the better Scoby3000 looks.
– Will South Hills and St. Francis put the clamps on Scoby? Those two teams could all by themselves eliminate the chance at 3,000.