AOY Top 10 – Then and now

Drew Cook, 3rd (23-5)

The following is a look Toyota Angler of the Year standings for the top 10 as they were after the last tournament, at Cayuga Lake on August 25th, and as they are now, after two days on Lake Tenkiller. Remember that AOY points aren’t earned until each angler’s place in the final standings is determined. In other words, the “now” column will change tomorrow, unless noted, and won’t be official for some of these anglers until after Sunday’s weigh-in.

For example, if Chris Zaldain finishes first Sunday, which is where he is now in the Tenkiller standings, he will earn 100 points and have an official total of 753. And if Drew Cook finishes third Sunday, where he is now, he’ll earn 98 points and officially have a total of 758. Scott Canterbury can improve considerably on his current 29th-place in the standings, or he could fall another six spots to finish 35th, which is worth 66 points.

AOY points for each Elite Series tournament are awarded in descending order from 100 points for first place to 26 points for 75th place (provided the angler weighs-in at least one bass over the first two days; no fish, no points).

After Cayuga

After Day 2 at Tenkiller

1. Scott Canterbury 

679

1. Drew Cook 

758

2. Drew Cook 

660

 2. Chris Zaldain 

753

3. Chris Zaldain  

653

3. Scott Canterbury 

751

4. Bill Lowen  

652

4. Stetson Blaylock 

745

5. Cory Johnston  

549

5. Cory Johnston 

744

6. Stetson Blaylock  

648

6. Brandon Lester 

721

7. Chris Johnston  

644

7. Seth Feider 

719

8. Seth Feider 

642

 8. Bill Lowen

714*

9. Drew Benton 

635

 9. Drew Benton 

705

10. Brandon Lester  

632

10. Chris Johnston 

699*

* Bill Lowen’s total is final; he finished 39th and earned 62 points. Chris Johnston’s total is final; he finished 46th and earned 55 points.

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