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Get to know Scott Ratliff
Scott Ratliff started 13 games for the Archers LC in 2019 while scooping up 39 ground balls. He additionally registered 14 caused turnovers while scoring 5 goals. Ratliff's off-the-field contributions to the game saw him awarded the Welles Crowther Humanitarian of the Year Award. Ratliff is an Atlanta, GA native who attended Walton High School. At Loyola, Ratliff was a two-time All-American and a member of the Greyhounds 2012 National Championship team. As a professional, Ratliff is a four-time All-Star and won the 2018 David Huntley Man of the Year Award. Ratliff was additionally named to the 2019 PLL All-Star Team and was selected as a nominee for the LSM of the Year Award in 2019. Ratliff listed Whipsnakes' Mike Chanenchuk as his toughest opponent from the 2019 PLL season. He has also stated that he is an avid poet and that it's one of his secret talents.