Josh Coulter, lineman, Downingtown West.

Once hesitant about even playing the sport, Coulter has become quite the force. With a nonstop motor, the end and middle guard racked up 31 sacks in 13 games.

Kadeem Custis, lineman, Neumann-Goretti.

A strong pass-rushing end for the Saints, Custis, a first-team all-Catholic League Division AAA pick, will join Bernard Pierce and several other locals at Temple.

CJ Mooney, lineman, Malvern Prep.

With the hard-working Mooney positioned at end, the Friars allowed only 11.5 points per game and notched four shutouts. He also contributed as a blocking tight end.

Cody Muller, lineman, Souderton.

An end who was hard to keep away from the quarterback, Muller finished with 32 career sacks. He is hearing from the likes of New Hampshire, Villanova, Richmond and Monmouth.

Dan Shirey, lineman, Neshaminy.

He starred as a two-way tackle for the Redskins. His interior toughness has drawn interest from Massachusetts, Maine, Hofstra and New Hampshire, among others.

Sean Cunningham, linebacker, Archbishop Wood.

His play on both sides of the ball was impressive. Cunningham posted nearly 130 tackles. He rushed for a single-season school record of 1,783 yards and 26 touchdowns.

Adam Nowak, linebacker, Father Judge.

Neatly making the switch from strong safety to outside linebacker, he was a solid playmaker and lights-out hitter. Nowak also chipped in as a receiver, long snapper and backup QB.

John Nuthen, linebacker, Great Valley.

An intense competitor, Nuthen registered 141 tackles, including 11 for losses, and two interceptions. He ended his career with 347 tackles, 13 sacks and four interceptions.

Andrew Stoll, linebacker, North Penn.

The captain was involved in a team-high 85 tackles, including 61 solos and four sacks. Stoll earned first-team all-Suburban One League Continental Conference honors.

Billy Conners, back, Malvern Prep.

In addition to being a top-notch thrower, with 1,509 passing yards and 19 TDs, Conners was quite the cornerback. He had five INTs, including two against St. Joseph's Prep.

Mike Doty, back, Central Bucks South.

A smart player with strong tackling skills, Doty was the Titans' most valuable player. As a receiver, he snagged 52 passes for 1,084 yards and 14 TDs.

Tom Ryan, back, Father Judge.

Like teammate and fellow first-teamer Nowak, Ryan did a little bit of everything for the Crusaders. The Towson recruit contributed as a ball-hawking free safety, wideout and punt returner.

Abdul Smith, back, Perkiomen School.

A safety bound for Rutgers, Smith is an excellent one-on-one defender, solid against the run, and has the speed to cover the entire field. He had five interceptions in eight games.

Mike Yeager, back, St. Joseph's Prep.

Yeager, a Division I-AA prospect, is quick and deceptively strong. At safety, he delivered plenty of jarring hits. He also rushed for more than 1,300 yards and 13 TDs.

Will McFillin, punter, George Washington.

His punting ability often left an opposing offense with a long field to traverse. Also a quality placekicker, he had two field goals in a 6-3 win over Frankford.

- Rick O'Brien