Oct 25th, 2023 08:30, by ELF Network

Top 10 Offensive Free Agents for 2024

Fiona Noever

Oct 25th, 2023 08:30, by ELF Network

Top 10 Offensive Free Agents for 2024

Jadrian Clark

The reigning Most Valuable Player and Championship winner has found a home with the Rhein Fire. With 3586 yards and 54 touchdowns in the regular season, Jadrian Clark shattered the records for quarterbacks in the ELF. The US-American might be one of the most sought-after players to hit free agency. Or will he return?

Chad Jeffries

In his first year in the league, Jeffries scored 30 touchdowns with only five interceptions in 2023. With a completion percentage of nearly 70 percent, Jeffries came close to take home the Offensive Player of the Year trophy at the end of the season. With the winner Castle, he perfectly set up his teammate for success. Will he stay in Munich?

Markell Castle

The Offensive Player of the Year has shown that he is the best receiver in the European League of Football. A team getting Castle might get the biggest weapon that is available on the market. With 1580 yards and 17 touchdowns, the US-American is ready for another season.

Dawid Brzozowski

Brzozowski got on the radar in 2022 and now, showed what he is capable of when he has more adjustment time in 2023. With the Panthers, he rushed for 12 touchdowns and 1116 yards in eleven games, making him one of the best homegrown weapons the league has to offer. Another strong year might solidify his place as one of the best European weapons in the game.

Reilly Hennessey

Seven games, 1679 yards, 14 touchdowns and a Championship Game appearance. Hennessey is one of the best quarterbacks in the league. Especially in crucial moments, the 27-year-old showed his decisiveness and skill set. Will he re-join Neuman and his offense?

Florian Bierbaumer

The 1,98 m big wide receiver and tight end is one of the best targets the league has to offer. With six touchdowns, including one in the playoffs against the Surge, Bierbaumer is a valuable player in any offensive system. His range and length stand out.

Tomiwa Oyewo

The Irish running back had a very successful first year in the ELF in 2023, showing glimpses of excellence all season. With 1102 yards and 14 touchdowns, Oyewo got on the map of many franchises this past year.

Glen Toonga

Despite missing four regular season games due to suspension, Toonga balled out, securing his Rhein Fire nine touchdowns in eight regular season games. The playmaker has what it takes to add yet another great season to his career. Being a two-time 1st Team All-Star gets you a long way.

Harlan Kwofie

After Robin Wilzeck has already re-signed his contract with the Berlin Thunder earlier last week, one of the best blocking and catching wide receivers hasn't re-signed his contract with Rhein Fire, yet. Harlan Kwofie went into year two in the league and started his second tenure just as good as he ended his first. 15 touchdowns in 12 games for a homegrown wide receiver speaks volumes. Will he stay with the Fire?

Lewis Thomas

Reliable and hard to beat. The british offensive guard is one of the best in the league. Suiting up for the Hamburg Sea Devils in 2022 and Milano Seamen in 2023, the offensive lineman could be looking at his third venue in 2024. At 25-years-old, he is just as good in the run blocking as he is in pass protection. A good target for most of the teams in the ELF.

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