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A closer look at the area's elite on offense

Here's a closer look at the players named to the first-team offense on The Inquirer's All-Southeastern Pennsylvania football team. Linemen

Here's a closer look at the players named to the first-team offense on The Inquirer's All-Southeastern Pennsylvania football team.


Brandon Arcidiacono, Archbishop Wood. Boosted by the Rutgers recruit's muscle and ruggedness, the Vikings averaged 46.6 points.

J.J. Denman, Pennsbury. Overcoming a preseason injury, Denman was key to the Falcons' drive to the District 1 Class AAAA semifinals.

Mike Mooney, Malvern Prep. Ticketed for Virginia, Mooney was a force on both sides of the ball for the Inter-Ac League champions.

Chris Muller, Boyertown. Muller did a solid job of opening holes for Jon Neiman and Max Marcus. He will join Arcidiacono at Rutgers.

Frank Taylor, Archbishop Wood. It's no surprise: A lot of Wood's running plays went behind this Boston College-bound brute.


Matt Johns, Central Bucks South. The Virginia recruit completed 130 of 221 passes for 2,111 yards and 15 touchdowns.

Running backs

Dan Brown, Central Bucks South. After missing his junior season because of a knee injury, Brown rushed for 1,875 yards and scored 44 TDs.

Dae-Hon Cheung, Coatesville. In helping spark the Red Raiders to a 9-3 record, the speedster netted 1,896 yards and 21 scores.

Desmon Peoples, Archbishop Wood. The Inquirer's Southeastern Pennsylvania player of the year made a major impact as a two-way back.

David Williams, West Catholic. At last count, Williams, who rushed for 1,936 yards and 18 TDs, had eight Division I scholarship offers.

Tight end

Colin Thompson, Archbishop Wood. The Florida recruit, also a terror as a defensive tackle, handled a lot of the dirty work for the Vikings.

Wide receivers

William Fuller, Roman Catholic. Fuller, who has drawn the interest of top Division I programs, made 45 catches for 736 yards and 10 TDs.

Andrew Scanlan, Spring-Ford. A clutch performer for the Rams, the Northwestern recruit posted 52 catches for 836 yards and 10 scores.


Skyler Mornhinweg, St. Joseph's Prep. The Penn State recruit, also a free safety for the Hawks, threw for 1,775 yards and 21 TDs.

Tim Wade, La Salle. Treating every carry as if it was his last, Wade, also a kick returner, rushed for 1,559 yards and 20 TDs.


Brandon Mandes, North Penn. With his booming leg, Mandes aided the Knights' march to the Class AAAA state championship game.

All-Southeastern Pa. Offense

First team

Pos.   Player   School   Yr.   Ht.   Wt.   

L   Brand. Arcidiacono   Archbishop Wood   Sr.   6-5   250

L   J.J. Denman   Pennsbury   Sr.   6-6   310

L   Mike Mooney   Malvern Prep   Sr.   6-5   255

L   Chris Muller   Boyertown   Sr.   6-6   285

L   Frank Taylor   Archbishop Wood   Sr.   6-4   290

QB   Matt Johns   C.B. South   Sr.   6-5   200

RB   Dan Brown   C.B. South   Sr.   5-11   185

RB   Dae-Hon Cheung   Coatesville   Sr.   5-10   170

RB   Desmon Peoples   Archbishop Wood   Sr.   5-7   170

RB   David Williams   West Catholic   Jr.   6-0   185

TE   Colin Thompson   Archbishop Wood   Sr.   6-5   255

WR   William Fuller   Roman Catholic   Jr.   6-0   160

WR   Andrew Scanlan   Spring-Ford   Sr.   6-2   190

AP   Skyler Mornhinweg   St. Joseph's Prep   Sr.   6-3   215

AP   Tim Wade   La Salle   Sr.   5-9   185

PK   Brandon Mandes   North Penn   Jr.   5-10   195

Second team

Pos.   Player   School   Yr.   Ht.   Wt.   

L   Eric Condron   Father Judge   Sr.   6-1   230

L   Madison O'Connor   Pottsgrove   Jr.   6-6   330

L   Dylan Pepper   Pennsbury   Sr.   6-5   270

L   Jack Willenbrock   Downingtown East   Sr.   6-4   250

L   Rick Young   Souderton   So.   6-2   290

TE   Ryan Kelly   Harriton   Sr.   6-4   215

RB   Marcus Kelly   Roman Catholic   Sr.   6-0   180

RB   Brandon Peoples   Archbishop Wood   Sr.   5-10   180

RB   Justin Pyle   Garnet Valley   Sr.   5-9   185

RB   Richard Sampson   Unionville   Sr.   6-2   195

QB   Kyle Lauletta   Downingtown East   Jr.   6-3   195

WR   Jay Harris   Downingtown East   Jr.   5-10   175

WR   Kyle Kerrick   Coatesville   Sr.   6-3   185

AP   Kyle Adkins   Archbishop Wood   Sr.   6-0   185

AP   Brian Donnelly   C.R. South   Sr.   6-0   185

PK   Nick Visco   Archbishop Wood   Jr.   6-2   190

Third team

Pos.   Player   School   Yr.   Ht.   Wt.   

L   Connor Kerrigan   La Salle   Sr.   6-4   260

L   Dan Burtch   W.C. Rustin   Sr.   6-3   275

L   Chris Kutsubos   Neshaminy   Sr.   6-1   275

L   Fred Santarelli   Hill School   Sr.   6-6   290

L   Elijah Wilkinson   Downingtown West   Jr.   6-4   305

TE   Matt Galambos    Haverford School   Jr.   6-2   215

RB   Cimirrow Moat   Marple Newtown   Sr.   5-8   175

RB   Hakeem Sillman   Geo. Washington   Sr.   5-8   190

RB   Sean Ulmer   Neshaminy   Sr.   5-11   165

RB   George Walker   Glen Mills   Sr.   5-9   190

QB   Manny Stocker   Coatesville   Sr.   6-3   195

WR   Richard Drayton   Central   Sr.   6-1   210

WR   Anthony Nash   W.C. Rustin   Sr.   6-4   185

AP   Chris Veal   C.B. South   Sr.   5-9   165

AP   John Olson   Upper Perkiomen   Sr.   6-1   195

PK   Aron Morgan   Haverford School   Jr.   6-0   180

AP: all-purpose