SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
Drew Wolitarsky, WR, 6-1, 180, Canyon (Canyon Country, Calif.)
Already the school’s all-time leading receiver, Wolitarsky finished with 75 catches for 1,628 yards and 21 touchdowns, earning Los Angeles Daily News all-area honors
.Robert Foster, WR, 6-3, 170, Central Valley (Monaca, Pa.)
Foster did a bit of everything for Central Valley en route to earning AAA all-state honors
. He caught 37 passes for 584 yards and five scores. He also rushed for more than 400 yards, made four interceptions on defense and was an outstanding punt and kick returner.Ahmad Fullwood, WR, 6-4, 200, Bishop Kenny (Jacksonville, Fla.)
The dynamic Fulwood hauled in 46 passes for 1,141 yards and 22 touchdowns.
O.J. Howard, TE, 6-5, 230, Autauga Academy (Prattville, Ala.), Alabama
The freakishly athletic Howard was
an all-AISA pick
, one of only three juniors to make the cut on offense.Riley Sorenson, OL, 6-5, 315, Santa Margarita (Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.)
Sorenson had a fine junior campaign for the Division I Bowl Game winners. He was a first-team all-OCVarsity pick
Ethan Pocic, OL, 6-6, 305, Lemont (Ill.)
Pocic opened up holes for Lemont’s offense, earning Chicago Tribune all-state honors
for his efforts upfront.Kenneth Santa Marina, OL, 6-7, 330, McDonogh 35 (New Orleans, La.)
The massive tackle earned 4A all-state honors
and all as all-area recognition by the Times- Picayune.Brad Bozeman, OL, 6-4, 325, Handley (Roanoke, Ala.), Alabama
A finalist for 3A Lineman of the Year, Bozeman helped lead Handley to a state title, recording 60 pancake blocks.
Jake Raulerson, OL, 6-5, 250, Celina (Texas)
Playing for one of the top small-school programs in the Lone Star State, Raulerson was a second team all-state pick in Class 3A
Travis Wright, QB, 6-1, 180, Trinity (Louisville, Ky.)The all-state pick
ran the offense for the nation’s No. 2 team. He completed 202 of 282 passes for 3,036 yards and 39 touchdowns. He was intercepted only four times.
Tyrone Swoopes, QB, 6-5, 220, Whitewright (Texas)
A Class 2A all-state honorable mention, Swoopes completed 110 of 209 passes for 1,394 yards and 15 scores. He rushed 170 times for 2,267 yards and 29 scores. He recorded 540 yards and 7 scores in a single game against Tom Bean.
Kelvin Taylor, RB, 5-10, 205, Glades Day (Belle Glade, Fla.)The former National Freshman of the Year
was a workhorse, rushing 292 times for 2,884 yards and 40 touchdowns. He was the Palm Beach Post Small School Offensive Player of the Year.
Greg Bryant, RB, 5-11, 200, American Heritage (Delray Beach, Fla.)
For the 3A state champs, Bryant was the clear leader. He tallied 2,180 yards and 25 scores and was a Palm Beach Post all-area pick.
Corn Elder, RB, 5-10, 170, Ensworth (Nashville, Tenn.)The Division II-AA Mr. Football
, Elder rushed 205 times for 2,080 yards and 22 touchdowns, averaging more than 10 yards per carry. Defensively, he made five interceptions.
Aaron Bailey, 6-2, 215, ATH, Bolingbrook (Ill.)
In leading Bolingbrook to a title in Class 8A in Illinois, Bailey accounted for 1,983 rushing yards and 1,039 rushing yards and 40 touchdowns.Blake Brewer, K, 6-0, 190, Cannon (Concord, N.C.)
An all-state pick, Brewer connected on 14 of 17 field goal attempts with a long of 52 yards.