Second Team Offense
WR – Nick Conway, 6-2, 170, Port Allegany (Pa.), Senior
among the all-time leading receivers in Pennsylvania after catching 77
passes for 1,482 yards and 24 touchdowns. He earned a spot on the
Pennsylvania Football News and Associated Press Class 1A All-State Teams.WR - Malachi Dupre, 6-3, 180, Curtis (River Ridge, La.), Junior
A Class 2A All-State selection, Dupre had 36 catches for 816 yards and 15 touchdowns in Curtis' run-oriented attack.WR – Trae Hart, 5-11, 155, First Baptist (Dallas), Junior
Hart was among the national leaders with 2,044 yards on 108 catches with 29 touchdowns and earned TAPPS All-State honors.
TE – Charlie Reid, 6-4, 230, All Saints (Fort Worth, Texas), Senior
Named to the Fort Worth Telegram Super Team, Reid caught 50 passes for 1,229 yards and 17 touchdowns for the Southwest Prep small school champions. He is committed to TCU.OL – Anthony Taylor, 6-7, 320, Curtis (River Ridge, La.), Senior
One of several Division I prospects on the offensive line for Curtis, Taylor earned Class 2A All-State honors and was named to the Times Picayune All-Area Small Schools team.OL – Matt Meyer, 6-6, 285, Lynden (Wash.), Senior
Meyer helped lead Lynden to a state championship and was also named to the Seattle Times All-State Team. He is committed to Washington State.OL – Dorian Miller, 6-2, 305, Metuchen (N.J.), Senior
Miller earned a spot on the NJ.com All-State Team and was also a member of the All-Group Team. He is committed to Rutgers.
OL – Jordan Poland, 6-8, 335, La Jolla Country Day (Calif.), Junior
Poland was selected to the All-San Diego Section Team, and is committed to USC.OL – K.J. Malone, 6-4, 285, Cedar Creek (Ruston, La.), Senior
Son of NBA Hall of Famer Karl Malone, K.J. landed on the Class 1A All-State Team. He is committed to LSU.QB – Dakota Duron, 5-8, 155, Evangel Christian Academy (Shreveport, La.), Senior
Class 2A State Offensive Player of the Year, Duron completed 283 of 401
passes for 4,123 yards and 43 touchdowns in leading Evangel Christian
to the state finals.
QB – Taylor Lamb, 6-1, 185, Calhoun (Ga.), Senior
The Gatorade State Player of the Year, Lamb was Class 2A All-State and was the Rome News-Tribune's Offensive Player of the Year after leading Calhoun to the state finals for the second-straight year. The South Alabama commit threw for 3,499 yards and 36 touchdowns and also ran for 417 yards and 12 scores.RB – Max Mickey, 5-10, 170, Holden (Mo.), Senior
Mickey led the state of Missouri in rushing and was third in the nation after gaining 3,382 yards on 331 carries with 45 touchdowns. He was named to the Division 3 All-State Team and finished his career with 7,504 yards.RB – Corey Clement, 5-11, 200, Glassboro (N.J.), Senior
A member of the NJ.com All-State Team and the Group 1 All-State Team, Clement rushed for 2,323 yards on 191 carries with 33 touchdowns. The Wisconsin commit also played in the Semper Fidelis All-American Game.
RB – Sty Hairston, 5-11, 180, Banning (Calif.), Senior
fourth-leading rusher in the nation, second in California, Hairston ran
234 times for 3,376 yards and 56 touchdowns. He earned a spot on the
Riverside Press Enterprise All-Inland Team.AP – Bryant Shirreffs, 6-3, 200, Jefferson (Ga.), Senior
The Class 2A Offensive Player of the Year in Georgia, Shirreffs led Jefferson to a state championship while passing for 2,369 yards (174 of 257) and rushing for 1,372 yards. He threw 18 touchdown passes and rushed for 20.K – Daniel Carlson, 6-4, 205, The Classical Academy (Colorado Springs, Colo.), Senior
A participant in the U.S. Army All-American Game, Carlson was a member of the Denver Post All-State Team after kicking 10 field goals and booting 54 kickoffs for touchbacks. He is committed to Auburn.