Second Team Defense
DL – Tim Williams, 6-4, 230, University Lab (Baton Rouge, La.), Senior
Named to the All-Baton Rouge Area Team and the Class 2A All-State Team, Williams also played in the Under Armour All-American Game.DL – Brandon Crawford, 6-1, 225, Madison County (Madison, Fla.), Senior
Crawford was named to the Tallahassee All-Big Bend Team and the Florida Class 3A All-State Team.DL – Justin Lawler, 6-5, 230, Pottsboro (Texas), Senior
Lawler, an SMU commit, was named the Class 2A State Defensive Player of the Year in Texas after racking up 113 tackles, 13 sacks and 24 tackles for loss during the regular season.DL – Marquis Haynes, 6-4, 220, University Christian (Jacksonville, Fla.), Senior
A Class 2A All-State pick, Haynes was also All-First Coast with 73 tackles and 25 sacks. He is committed to North Carolina.
LB – Somari Wright, 6-2, 205, Cameron Yoe (Cameron, Texas), Junior
Wright was named to the Class 2A All-State Team and helped Cameron Yoe to a state championship. He had 174 tackles on the year.LB – Jonathon Jackson, 5-11, 215, Mayfield (Ky.), Senior
A two-time All-State selection by the Louisville Courier-Journal, Jackson had 166 tackles on the season and 601 for his career. He also rushed for 1,951 yards and 37 touchdowns and played in four Class A state championship games.LB - Nick Sorrenti, 6-1, 235, Maine-Endwell (Endwell, N.Y.), Senior
The Class A State Player of the Year in New York, Sorrenti helped Maine-Endwell to a state championship and was named the Elmira Gazette's Elite 24 Player of the Year.LB – Zach Dickman, 6-1, 225, Coldwater (Ohio), Senior
Named the Division V State Defensive Player of the Year by JJHuddle, Dickman had 139 tackles and three sacks in leading Coldwater to a 15-0 season and the state championship.LB – Delvin Purifoy, 6-3, 215, Pensacola Catholic (Fla.), Junior
Purifoy was named to the Class 3A All-State Team and was also honored on the Pensacola All-Area Team. He had 116 tackles on the season.
DB – Ryan Moeller, 6-1, 200, Rifle (Colo.), Senior
rushing 272 times for 3,002 yards and 43 touchdowns, Moeller also
intercepted eight passes on the season. He earned first team All-State
honors by the Denver Post.DB – Richard Allen, 5-10, 185, Curtis (River Ridge, La.), Senior
Allen was a Class 2A All-State pick and a member of the Times-Picayune Small Schools All-Area Team. The Tulane commit had five interceptions on the season, including two in the state championship game, and returned five kicks for scores.DB – Brandon Mayes, 6-11, 170, Aurora Christian (Ill.), Senior
A member of the Chicago Tribune All-State Team, Mayes did a little of everything, including picking off three passes and making 123 tackles. The Northern Illinois commit also earned Class 3A All-State honors.DB – Anthony Averett, 6-1, 180, Woodbury (N.J.), Senior
Averett played in the Semper Fidelis All-American Game and was an NJ.com All-State pick. He had 70 tackles and five interceptions on defense. The Alabama commit also ran for 1,278 yards and 15 touchdowns and passed for 836 yards and 14 scores.P – Harrison Butker, 6-4, 175, Westminster (Atlanta, Ga.), Senior
Regarded as one of the top all-around kickers and punters in the country, Butker earned a spot on the Class 2A All-State team in Georgia. He is committed to Georgia Tech.