future Longhorn rushed for over 7,000 yards during his career.
5-star running back Bijan Robinson had a special high school football season in 2019.
rushed for 2,235 yards and 38 touchdowns averaging 17.7 yards per carry.
Robinson also had over 300 yards receiving and three touchdowns while
leading the Lancers to the semifinals in the Open Division playoffs.
2020 Texas commit ended his prep career as the state's all-time leader
in total touchdowns with 114. His 7,036 career rushing yards are good
for second most in Arizona history only trailing Northwest Christian's
(Phoenix) Casey Jahn
For all that he accomplished, Robinson is the MaxPreps Arizona Player of the Year presented by Suddenlink by Altice.
Garretson had huge shoes to fill as he took over as the head coach
for Shaun Aguano who landed a job at Arizona State as the running backs
coach. All Garretson did was lead Chandler to an undefeated season and
an Open Division state championship. He has been with the program since
2010 and was named the offensive coordinator before the 2016 season.
his first year as head coach, the Wolves went 13-0 and are currently the
No. 12 team in the Top 25 after beating Saguaro (Scottsdale) in the
inaugural Arizona Open Division championship game. Garretson is the Coach of the Year.
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for 3,369 yards and 33 touchdowns while rushing for over 1,000 yards
adding 19 more scores. The Louisville commit should have the same
success at the next level as his older brother, Brock Purdy
, who helped lead Iowa State to a 7-5 record.
missing some action during his senior season he led
Firebirds to Open Division playoffs berth. The future Buckeye
career with 9,440 yards passing and 115 touchdowns.
will go down as one of the best players in state history and expect to
see his name on the MaxPreps First Team All-American list in early January.
a huge role leading Chandler to a spot at No. 12 in the Top 25 and
an Open Division championship. He rushed for 243 yards and two
touchdowns in the state title game and ended the year with over 1,700
yards rushing and 33 scores.
Led Hamilton to the Open Division semifinals and was the closest team
to beating Chandler in 2019. Knocked off Arizona power Centennial
(Peoria) in the quarterfinals before losing by four to Saguaro
(Scottsdale). The 2020 Colorado commit was the leader on and off the
field for one of the top teams in the state.
senior season with 1,716 yards receiving and 19 touchdowns while
hauling in 99 receptions. One of the most underrated players in the
state and expect some late offers to come his way with National Signing
Miller's favorite target and had nearly 1,000 yards receiving and nine
touchdowns despite missing some time during his senior year. The future
Cal Bear has some of the best hands in the country and should make an
impact in the Pac-12.
2020 Notre Dame commit is one of the best offensive linemen in the
country. He checks in as the No. 3 overall prospect in the state on
247sports composite rankings and is the No. 7 rated tackle.
four-time defending state champs in Arizona's largest classification
had one of the best offensive lines in the state and it all started with
helps lead a stacked 2020 Oregon class and was the leader on a very
talented offensive line. He is one of 10 players selected from Saguaro to
make the First or Second Team.
OL — Bruno Fina, Salpointe Catholic (Tucson), 6-4, 240, Sr.
The 2020 UCLA commit helped pave the
way for Robinson to rush for over 2,000 yards for the third consecutive
future Oklahoma State Cowboy rounds out the First Team selections in
the trenches on offense and is one of most dominant lineman on the
is the definition of all-purpose and that's why he makes the First
Team at this position. He was a big-time player whether he lined up at
running back, wide receiver, in the secondary or on special teams.
2020 USC commit has a good chance to make the All-American team.
He didn't miss a field goal this season, averaged nearly 50 yards per
punt and was a touchback machine on kickoffs.
DL — Jason Harris, Higley (Gilbert), 6-7, 220, Sr.
24 sacks were a state best and he finished the year with the 11th most
in the country. He recorded at least one sack in every game and had at
least three in half of them.
in the opposing backfield all season. Recorded 33 tackles for loss and
9.5 sacks. He's set to announce his college decision at the Pro
Football Hall of Fame World Bowl before Christmas.
talented edge rusher from the Class of 2021 is one of the top prospects
in the country and he showed why with
29.5 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks for the state runner-ups in
Arizona's largest classification.
joins Somerville as the only junior selections on the First Team
defensive line. He played in only eight games and still had 14.5 sacks and
21 tackles for loss. He added a pick-six in the Wolves' 42-35 win over
Saguaro in the state championship.
2020 Wisconsin commit is one of four Chandler players to make the First
Team defense. Reed was the team's second leading tackler with 83.
led the No. 12 team in the country with 107 tackles and has landed 10
FBS offers. 247sports crystal ball is trending towards BYU and both his
older brothers play there (Baylor and Gunner).
The 3-star linebacker wrapped up his senior season with 85 tackles, 15
sacks, 21.5 tackles for loss and forced two fumbles.
of the top players overall in the country did it on both sides of the
ball for the Sabercats. Quarterbacks rarely looked his direction and
he still had three interceptions. He's one of the most physical
cornerbacks and racked up 32 tackles while rushing for over 700 yards
and 14 touchdowns.
was the heart and soul of the Wolves team and was a turnover machine.
The 2020 Northwestern commit had a team high seven interceptions and
forced two fumbles.
and Ringo were one of the best tandems at cornerback in the country.
The 4-star prospect is one of six Sabercats to make the First Team.
is one of the top prospects from the Class of 2021 on the West Coast.
He can line up anywhere in the secondary and finished his junior season
with 83 tackles and one interception.
matter where the future Buckeye lines up he makes plays. He accounted
for over 700 total yards and 13 touchdowns and was the leader on
Averaged better than 40 yards per punt and one-third of them were downed inside the opponent's 20.
QB — JD Johnson, Pinnacle (Phoenix), 6-4, 215, Sr.
was having a great senior season until the unfortunate news came that
his career came to an end because of a heart issue. He threw for over
2,000 yards and 21 touchdowns.
had huge shoes to fill with Jacob Conover graduating but the junior
quarterback stepped right in. Keene threw for 2,670 yards and 21
touchdowns while leading Chandler to its fourth straight title.
top rated quarterback prospect in Arizona from the Class of 2021 had a
huge junior campaign. He threw for over 4,000 yards and 45 touchdowns
while rushing for nearly 600 yards and six more scores. Thompson threw
for three touchdowns in Mesquite's 28-23 win over Desert Edge (Goodyear)
in the 4A state championship.
Rushed for 1,854 yards and 22 touchdowns in 2019. He eclipsed the century mark on the ground in 11 of 13 games.
The former Ohio State commit is one of the best all-around running backs in the Class of 2020.
is one of two sophomores to make the all-state team. He led Chandler in
receptions (43) and yards (805). He and Keene should be an even
scarier connection in 2020.
WR — Aidan Lee, Desert Ridge (Mesa), 6-2, 200, Sr.
The 2020 California commit had over 1,000 yards receiving and 10 touchdowns.
Libman led the Pioneers in receptions (65), yards (940), and tied with Cade Horton
in receiving touchdowns (9). He helped lead Pinnacle to the Open
Division playoffs and has landed 10 FBS offers. Whoever lands the 3-star
wide receiver will get one of the most underrated players in the Class
was one of the most productive tight ends in the country. The future
San Diego Aztec hauled in 57 receptions for 903 yards and seven
University of Southern California's Class of 2020 commits on the
offensive line is in good hands and one of the main reasons why is
because of Milek. He is one of the best lineman on the West Coast.
The 2020 Oklahoma commit was one of the most dominant offensive lineman in the country this year.
2020 Arizona State commit helped lead Red Mountain to the 6A state
championship game and paved the way for three different players to rush
for over 800 yards.
Darling joins his high school teammate Nelson on the Second Team in the trenches. The 2020 Oregon State commit helped lead the Black Hawks to the 5A state title.
The leader on the offensive line for a team that averaged nearly 40 points per game.
One of the top prospects from the Class of 2021 was one of the most dominant offensive lineman in the state. He has already landed nearly 20 FBS offers led by LSU, Ohio State, Oregon and Arizona State.
The Grand Canyon State has so many big-time offensive lineman we had to add a couple of spots on the all state team and there was no way Thompson could get left off.
DL — Tre Smith, Red Mountain (Mesa), 6-4, 225, Sr.
One of the most underrated prospects in the state. The 2-star defensive end had 18.5 sacks and 22 tackles for loss.
The leader on defense racked up 10 sacks and 21 tackles for loss. Has landed six FBS offers led by Memphis and Air Force.
Joins Chandler's Grayes as the only other sophomore to make the all state team. Led a talented Saguaro team with 11 sacks.
Was second on the Wolves with 10.5 sacks and expect him and Buckner to be a nightmare for opposing offenses in 2020.
The future Arizona State Sun Devil did it all during his senior season. He recorded 77 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, had a pick six, threw a touchdown, caught two scores, and rushed for nearly 500 yards and 10 touchdowns.
The 3-star linebacker racked up 159 tackles and played everywhere on offense. He threw for 358 yards and six touchdowns while accounting for nearly 500 total yards and eight more scores.
Had 97 tackles and a 10 tackles for loss in 2019. The UCLA commit is one of the most well-rounded linebackers in the state.
Burke is one of three Saguaro defensive backs to make the all state team. He is a big-time playmaker on both sides of the ball and finished his junior season with two interceptions and nearly 500 yards receiving.
Filled the stat sheet during his senior season leading the Huskies with 116 tackles and five interceptions.
One of the most underrated defensive backs in Arizona. Ended his senior year with five interceptions, 66 tackles and a sack.
DB — Ammon Allen, Highland (Gilbert), 6-2, 185, Jr.