SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
MacGarrett Kings, WR, 5-11, 185, University School (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.), Michigan State
The Sun Sentinel's Small Schools Player of the Year, Kings scored 30 total touchdowns on the season. He caught 54 passes for 824 yards and 13 scores.
Kevin Gulyas, WR, 6-1, 185, Allentown Central Catholic (Pa.), Undecided
Class AAA all-state honors after catching 122 passes for 2,031 yards
and 27 touchdowns in leading Central Catholic to the AAA championship
Zach Grant, WR, 6-1, 190, Rochester (Ill.), Undecided
The top reported receiver in the country in terms of yardage, Grant caught 135 passes for 2,357 yards and 23 touchdowns in helping Rochester win the Class 4A state championship. He earned all-state honors by the Illinois Coaches Association.Colin Thompson, TE, 6-6, 255, Archbishop Wood (Warminster, Pa.), Florida
Thompson is the top recruit on a Viking team that went 14-1 and captured the Pennsylvania Class AAA state championship. He excelled as a blocking tight end in Archbishop Wood's run-oriented attack.
Brandon Hill, OL, 6-6, 350, St. Georges (Colliersville, Tenn.), Alabama
Hill dwarfed opponents this year en route to earning Dream Team all-state honors by the Tennesseean.Jim Cashman, OL, 6-7, 280, Haddonfield (N.J.), Boston College
led the Bulldawgs to an 11-1 record and the third round of the Group 2
state playoffs. He landed on the New Jersey.com all-state team.
Alex Kozan, OL, 6-4, 295, Valor Christian (Highlands Ranch, Colo.), Undecided
Kozan helped lead the Eagles to a Class 4A state championship and a 14-0 season while earning first team all-state honors by the Denver Post.Brandon Arcidiacono, OL, 6-6, 255, Archbishop Wood (Warminster, Pa.), Rutgers
He played center on a team that ran roughshod over the competition in the Class AAA division in Pennsylvania, earning Class AAA all-state honors.
Blake Belcher, OL, 6-6, 271, Guthrie (Okla.), Tulsa
The Blue Jays won the Class 5A state championship and went undefeated at 14-0 with Belcher leading the way on the offensive line. He earned all-state honors by both the Tulsa World and the Oklahoman.
Tanner Trosin, QB, 6-1, 175, Folsom (Calif.), Undecided
Trosin only started one season at quarterback for the Bulldogs, but set a state record with 5,185 yards passing (360 for 527) while throwing 49 touchdowns. Trosin, the Sacramento Bee All-Metro Offensive Player of the Year, also rushed 215 times for 1,179 yards and 20 scores.Fredi Knighten, QB, 5-11, 175, Pulaski Academy (Little Rock, Ark.), Undecided
While leading the Bruins to a 14-0 record and the Arkansas Class 4A state championship, Knighten completed 261 of 354 passes for 4,557 yards and 66 touchdowns. He also ran 102 times for 840 yards and 15 scores and was the state offensive player of the year by the Arkansas Democrat.Derrick Henry, RB, 6-4, 220, Yulee (Fla.), Junior, Georgia
committed to Georgia, Henry continues to dominate the high school
ranks. He was an all-First Coast pick after rushing for 2,610 yards and
33 scores, one year after winning National Sophomore of the Year honors
Olito Thompson, RB, 5-10, 210, Concord (Calif.), Junior
Thompson earned San Francisco Chronicle All-Metro honors after setting a Northern California single-season rushing mark of 3,488 yards on 408 carries with 34 touchdowns.Joseph Sadler, RB, 5-9, 175, Devine (Texas), Undecided
The national scoring leader and the Class 3A Offensive Player of the Year in Texas, Sadler rushed for 3,887 yards and 58 rushing touchdowns. His 451 points on the season fell two points short of the national record.Cameron Van Winkle, K, 5-10, 160, Mount Si (Snoqualmie, Wash.), Undecided
Van Winkle nailed 18 field goals, six of which were longer than 42 yards. He was a Star Times all-area pick.Patrick Towles, AP, 6-5, 235, Highlands (Fort Thomas, Ky.), Kentucky
Named Mr. Football for the state of Kentucky, Towles threw for 3,820 yards and 42 touchdowns and ran for 589 yards and 15 touchdowns in leading his team to the Class 4A state championship.