Arena Football League 20 Greatest Players

The Arena Football League 20 Greatest Players was compiled in 2006 to show the league's top 20 players in its 20-year history.

= AFL Hall of Famer
Rank Player Teams played for Position Ref
1 Eddie Brown Albany/Indiana Firebirds Offensive Specialist [1]
2 Barry Wagner Orlando Predators
San Jose SaberCats
Wide receiver/Defensive back [2]
3 George LaFrance Detroit Drive
Tampa Bay Storm
New Jersey Red Dogs
Offensive Specialist [2]
4 Jay Gruden Tampa Bay Storm
Orlando Predators
Quarterback [2]
5 Hunkie Cooper Arizona Rattlers Wide Receiver/Linebacker [2]
6 James Baron Nashville Kats
Chicago Rush
Offensive Lineman/Defensive Lineman [2]
7 Sylvester Bembery New England Steamrollers
Albany Firebirds
Tampa Bay Storm
Buffalo Destroyers
Offensive Lineman/Defensive Lineman [2]
8 Sherdrick Bonner Arizona Rattlers Quarterback [2]
9 Stevie Thomas Tampa Bay Storm
Orlando Predators
Wide receiver/Linebacker [2]
10 Dwayne Dixon Washington Commandos
Detroit Drive
Wide receiver/Linebacker [2]
11 Aaron Garcia Arizona Rattlers
Connecticut Coyotes
New Jersey Red Dogs
Iowa Barnstormers
New York Dragons
Quarterback [2]
12 Kurt Warner Iowa Barnstormers Quarterback [2]
13 Sam Hernandez Las Vegas Sting
Anaheim Piranhas
San Jose SaberCats
Offensive Lineman/Defensive Lineman [2]
14 Cory Fleming Nashville Kats
Carolina Cobras
Orlando Predators
Wide receiver/Linebacker [2]
14 Greg Hopkins Albany/Indiana Firebirds
Los Angeles Avengers
Wide receiver/Linebacker [2]
16 Alvin Rettig Detroit Drive Fullback/Linebacker [2]
17 Randy Gatewood Arizona Rattlers Wide receiver/Defensive back [2]
17 Gary Mullen Denver Dynamite
Los Angeles Cobras
Detroit Drive
Cincinnati Rockers
Milwaukee Mustangs
Wide receiver/Defensive back [2]
19 John Corker Detroit Drive
Miami Hooters
Offensive Lineman/Defensive Lineman [2]
20 Bob McMillen Arizona Rattlers
Chicago Rush
Fullback/Linebacker [2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "'Touchdown' Eddie Brown tops Arena top 20 list". www.espn.go.com. ESPN Internet Ventures. January 18, 2006. Retrieved June 3, 2013.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Tania Ganguli (January 19, 2006). "AFL announces all-time greats". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved June 3, 2013.