Albert Higgs

 Quarterback
 Height: 6'1
 Weight: 225
 College: Sonoma State
CAREER STATS:
 Career Stats Passing Rushing  
 Year Team G Cmp Att Pct Yds TD Int Rtg Rsh Yds Avg TD FM FR
 2000 Portland 14 35 62 56.5 367 3 1 83.2 8 10 1.3 0 0 0  
 2001 Portland 14 363 520 69.8 4,371 21 4 105.5 41 34 0.8 1 2 0  
 2002 Portland 14 320 493 64.9 4,241 23 8 100.8 43 90 2.1 1 0 1  
 2003 Portland 14 312 458 68.1 3,658 19 7 99.6 48 87 1.8 3 4 1  
 2004 Portland 14 320 479 68.7 3,634 22 3 103.6 54 112 2.1 1 4 1  
 2005 Portland 14 308 446 69.1 3,807 20 4 106.4 52 56 1.1 3 4 1  
 2006 Portland 14 295 432 68.3 3,414 20 7 100.6 58 111 1.9 2 2 0  
 2007 Portland 14 287 412 69.7 3,378 19 4 105.6 53 82 1.5 1 6 0  
 2008 Portland 14 285 417 68.3 3,447 17 4 103.1 52 -12 -0.2 2 2 0  
 2009 Portland 14 307 434 70.7 3,853 18 5 107.0 36 46 1.3 0 2 0  
 2010 Portland 14 281 422 66.6 3,668 18 5 103.1 54 10 0.2 0 2 0  
 2011 Portland 14 267 405 65.9 3,468 25 4 109.2 60 81 1.4 2 1 0  
 2012 Portland 14 288 428 67.3 3,778 24 4 109.7 43 88 2.0 1 3 0  
 2013 Portland 14 303 428 70.8 3,699 24 4 111.9 44 114 2.6 1 4 0  
 2014 Portland 8 102 164 62.2 1,208 6 1 94.3 17 -2 -0.1 0 0 0  
  Madison 6 132 192 68.8 1,540 9 1 106.3 26 12 0.5 0 0 0  
 2015 Rochester 14 301 427 70.5 3,559 23 2 111.6 50 32 0.6 0 3 0  
 2016 Rochester 14 300 416 72.1 3,696 22 4 112.8 40 -18 -0.5 1 3 0  
 2017 Rochester 7 123 191 64.4 1,745 11 2 108.6 20 40 2.0 0 2 0  
  Portland 7 133 187 71.1 1,850 9 2 114.2 29 11 0.4 1 2 0  
 18 Seasons 252 5071 7413 68.4 62,381 353 76 105.8 828 984 1.2 20 46 4

PROFILE:

FIFL Experience: All-time leader in TD passes and QB Rating. Higgs has guided the Prowlers to a FIFL Championship in 2004, 2007, 2008 and 2010. Awarded MVP in 2004 and Offensive Player Award in 2001. Named to the National Conference All-Pro Team twice (2001 and 2004). Named Offensive Player of the Game 53 times in his career and Offensive Player of the Week 10 times.

Professional Experience: Played for the Bournemouth Bobcats (England) in 1990 in the NDMA (National Division Managements Association). One of three American players signed, as Higgs turned out to be one of the stars of the league Led the Bobcats to a 7-3 record and second place in the Southern Conference beating teams such as the London Olympians on the way. Controversy surrounds their quarter-final matchup against Glasgow Lions at Bournemouth. Albert Higgs did not play in the game as he turned up with his hand in a cast, The statement was that he had injured his hand in a nightclub fight the previous night. The Bobcats were soundly beaten 38-0 by the Lions that day. Played for the Idaho Stallions (IPFL) throwing for 2,937 yards with 40 touchdowns and 33 interceptions. Moved onto the NIFL where he played from 2001-2003. In 2001, played for Utah, 2002-2003 with Billings. Threw for a career best 2,968 yards and 65 touchdowns for Billings in 2002.

College: Attended Sonoma State University.

Personal: Set many track records while at Montgomery High School in Northern California.