Second Team OffenseWR – Devon Hunter, 6-2, 205, Indian River (Chesapeake, Va.)
Hunter totaled 45 catches and 608 yards through 11 games.
WR – Sage Surratt, 6-2, 190, East Lincoln (Denver, N.C.)
The younger brother of 2016 recruit Chazz, Sage tallied 1,237 receiving yards and eight touchdowns for undefeated East Lincoln.WR – Dakari "D.J." Matthews, 5-10, 165, First Coast (Jacksonville, Fla.)
For Class 8A quarterfinalist First Coast, Matthews was superb, making 55 catches for 999 yards and seven scores.TE – Chase Rogers, 6-3, 190, St. Stanislaus (Bay St. Louis, Miss.)
A reliable target for Myles Brennan, Rogers made 52 catches for 877 yards and nine scores.OL – TeDarrell Slaton, 6-5, 300, American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.)
Slaton Anchored an offensive line that helped American Heritage capture another Class 5A state title.OL – Jake Moretti, 6-5, 270, Pomona (Arvada, Colo.)
Moretti had a marvelous sophomore season for Ponoma, earning first team all-state honors in Colorado's largest classification.OL – Emani Mason, 6-4, 270, East English Village Prep (Detroit)
Mason was an all-league selection for the second year in a row.OL – Jordan McNair, 6-6, 290, McDonogh (Owings Mills, Md.)
McNair stepped into a starting role for McDonogh and had a very solid season.OL – Isaiah Wilson, 6-8, 280, Poly Prep Country Day (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
Wilson was an all-Brooklyn pick for Poly Prep.QB – Shawn Robinson, 6-2, 200, Guyer (Denton, Texas)
Robinson completed 145 of 238 passes for 2,811 yards and 33 touchdowns, in addition to rushing for 1,415 yards and 17 scores.QB – Bailey Hockman, 6-2, 210, McEachern (Powder Springs, Ga.)
Hockman threw for 3,597 yards and 42 touchdowns in leading McEachern to the AAAAAA Final Four.
RB – De'Andre Swift, 5-7, 176, St. Joseph's Prep (Philadelphia)
Swift was an integral part of the AAAA title-winning St. Joseph's Prep squad, accounting for over 1,200 yards out of the backfield.RB – Ty Chandler, 5-11, 170, Montgomery Bell Academy (Nashville, Tenn.)
One of the top young players in The Volunteer State, Chandler rushed 209 times for 1,348 yards and 22 touchdowns.RB – Colin Wilson, 6-1, 200, Clay (Green Cove Springs, Fla.)
Wilson enjoyed a big sophomore season, rushing for 1,555 yards and 27 touchdowns on 218 carries.ATH - Tarik Black, 6-4, 190, Cheshire Academy (Conn.)
Black was one of the top offensive weapons in Connecticut. He made 57 catches for 926 yards and 12 touchdowns.ATH - Denzel Houston, 6-0, 175, Mainland (Daytona Beach, Fla.)
Houston had a monster sophomore campaign, completing 184 of 290 passes for 2,783 yards and 34 scores while rushing for 575 yards and nine addition touchdowns.Second Team Defense
DL - A.J. Epenesa, 6-5, 240, Edwardsville (Ill.)
Epenesa bounced back from a season-ending injury last year to post 36 tackles, three sacks and an interception during the 2014 regular season.
DL – Marlon Tuipulotu, 6-2, 275, Central (Independence, Ore.)
Tuipulotu was responsible for 72 tackles and 12 sacks, as well as five fumble recoveries.DL – Greg Rogers, 6-4, 280, Centennial (Las Vegas)
Rogers has the earmarks of a future star at defensive tackle. He made 37 tackles from the position as a sophomore.DL – Dylan Meeks, 6-2, 215, Dr. Phillips (Orlando, Fla.)
Meeks wreaked havoc on defense, totaling 152 tackles and seven sacks.LB – Joshua Ross, 6-1, 210, St. Mary Prep (Orchard Lake, Mich.)
After injury cost him most of his ninth-grade season, Ross earned All-Metro North honors with 123 tackles.LB – Maleik Gray, 6-2, 200, LaVergne (Tenn.)
Gray moved around, on both sides of the ball, and registered 61 tackles. He was a force at running back as well.LB – Thomas Johnston, 6-2, 205, Spanish Fort (Ala.)
For one of Alabama's best teams, Johnston was all over the field, making 143 tackles and 3.5 sacks.LB – Jacoby Stevens, 6-2, 200, Oakland (Murfreesboro, Tenn.)
Stevens can play both linebacker and safety. He was responsible for 50 tackles, three interceptions and five pass-breakups.
LB – Joshua Brown, 6-2, 220, Long Beach Poly (Calif.)
Brown was a defensive force, totaling 101 tackles, two sacks and an interception for the Jackrabbitts.DB – Stanford Samuels, 6-2, 175, Flanagan (Pembroke Pines, Fla.)
Flanagan enjoyed a great 2014 season, thanks in part to the efforts of the hard-hitting Samuels, who thrived at cornerback and on special teams, making 36 tackles and breaking up 12 passes.DB – Lamont Wade, 5-11, 185, Clairton (Pa.)
After helping Clairton to a 15-1 season, Wade is shaping up to be the next blue-chip recruit from the Pennsylvania powerhouse.DB – Tahj Capehart, 5-10, 175, Ocean Lakes (Virginia Beach, Va.)
Capehart was a versatile weapon for state champion Ocean Lakes, catching 10 touchdowns and contributing on kick returns in addition to his work in the secondary.DB – Derrick Tucker, 6-3, 180, Manvel (Texas)
Manvel enjoyed a 13-1 season as Tucker helped roam the secondary, registering 43 total tackles.