Second Team OffenseWR - Steven Smothers, 5-11, 155, Franklin (Reisterstown, Md.)
A dazzling talent, Smothers hauled in 50 catches for 1,052 yards and 12 touchdowns. He also starred on kick and punt returns, as well as at cornerback.
WR - Dymond Lee, 6-1, 168, Chaminade (West Hills, Calif.)
Lee, a fast-rising recruit, grabbed 43 catches for 826 yards and nine touchdowns.WR - Mykel Jones, 6-0, 175, Patterson (La.)
Jones looks like the next blue-chip receiver from Louisiana. He made 47 catches for 820 yards and 10 touchdowns.TE - Isaac Nauta, 6-5, 260, Buford (Ga.)
Nauta was a key cog in the Buford offense, which set a Georgia record for points scored in a season
.OL - Michal Menet, 6-5, 255, Exeter Township (Reading, Pa.)
Menet was a first team Class AAAA all-state pick, the only sophomore to claim that distinction.OL - Matt Farniok, 6-5, 295, Washington (Sioux Falls, S.D.)
Farniok was a bright spot this season for Washington and could be one of the biggest recruits from South Dakota in years.
OL - Ben Bredeson, 6-4, 260, Arrowhead (Hartland, Wis.)
Bredeson started on the line for Division I state champion Arrowhead, which finished 13-1.OL - Jauan Williams, 6-6, 275, Archbishop Carroll (Washington, D.C.)
Williams helped Archbishop Carroll capture a DSCAA A title.OL - Patrick Hudson, 6-6, 330, Silsbee (Texas)
Hudson moves exceptionally well for his massive size.QB - Shea Patterson, 6-2, 190, Calvary Baptist Academy (Shreveport, La.)
In leading Calvary to a Division III state title, Patterson threw for more than 2,700 yards and 31 touchdowns.QB - Sonny Abramson, 6-2, 190, Pope John XXIII (Sparta, N.J.)
Abramson led Pope John to one of its finest seasons in school history. He completed 124 of 205 passes for 2,552 yards and 33 touchdowns as the team finished 10-2 and was the Non-Public Group 3 runner-up.RB - Kyle Porter, 5-10, 180, Katy (Texas)
Despite sharing carries with Rodney Anderson, Porter still put up big numbers, rushing for 1,873 yards and 23 scores for a Texas state finalist.
RB - Jalin Buie, 5-8, 185, Trinity Christian (Jacksonville, Fla.)
On a Trinity Christian squad loaded with talent, Buie stood out by rushing for 1,527 yards and 12 touchdowns on 179 carries.RB - Tavien Feaster, 6-0, 180, Spartanburg (S.C.)
Feaster is a complete back. In addition to his 1,429 yards and 15 touchdowns on the ground, he contributed 44 catches for 723 yards and 13 scores.ATH - Elijah Deveaux, 6-1, 180, Charlotte Christian (N.C.)
Deveaux carried 217 times for 1,824 yards and 23 touchdowns, earning All-South Charlotte Team honors.Second Team Defense
DL - Ellison Jordan, 6-1, 260, Gilman (Baltimore)
A first team all-metro selection, Jordan was responsible for 50 tackles and 11 sacks.DL - Shavar Manuel, 6-3, 260, Blake (Tampa, Fla.)
Following a sophomore campaign in which he recorded 19 sacks, don't be surprised to see Manuel's recruiting stock take off.DL - Rashaun Smith, 6-3, 230, Calvert Hall (Baltimore)
Smith lined up all over the place for Calvert Hall, seeing action at end, tackle and linebacker. He also took reps on the offensive line.DL - Dexter Lawrence, 6-5, 310, Rolesville (N.C.)
Lawrence forced two fumbles to go along with 55 tackles and five sacks.
LB - Dele Harding, 6-0, 200, Eastern Christian Academy (Elkton, Md.)
With a breakout 10th-grade campaign, Harding's recruitment should take off this spring.LB - Keandre Jones, 6-3, 200, Our Lady of Good Counsel (Olney, Md.)
At Maryland power Good Counsel, Jones lined up all over the field thanks to his blend of size and athleticism.LB - Tuf Borland, 6-1, 200, Bolingbrook (Ill.)
Once again, Borland was very productive in the Bolingbrook defense. He took home CSNChicago all-state honors.LB - Dontavious Jackson, 6-3, 225, Alief Elsik (Houston)
The 18-5A Defensive Newcomer of the Year, Jackson has a very bright future.LB - Shaq Quarterman, 6-0, 240, Oakleaf (Orange Park, Fla.)
With 94 tackles and two interceptions, Quarterman was once again a leader on the Oakleaf defense.
DB - Deontay Anderson, 6-2, 180, Manvel (Texas)
For 12-2 Manvel, Anderson was outstanding. He made 67 tackles and broke up eight passes.DB - Trevon Sidney, 5-11, 165, Bishop Amat (La Puente, Calif.)
Sidney was one of the more impressive defensive backs in Southern California, intercepting eight passes in 10 games.DB - Stephen Davis Jr., 6-2, 185, Dutch Fork (Irmo, S.C.)
Davis made 64 tackles and forced four fumbles for state champion Dutch Fork.DB - Ronnie Blackmon, 5-11, 160, Sandy Creek (Tyrone, Ga.)
Blackmon was a second-year starter for Sandy Creek, making numerous big plays for the Patriots.