All-Southeastern Pennsylvania Defense
First Team Pos. Player School Yr. Ht. Wt. L Evan Butts Episcopal Acad. Sr. 6-4 225 Sparked by the two-way end, who is headed to Virginia, the Churchmen went 18-3 over the last two seasons.
Pos. Player School Yr. Ht. Wt.
L Evan Butts Episcopal Acad. Sr. 6-4 225
Sparked by the two-way end, who is headed to Virginia, the Churchmen went 18-3 over the last two seasons.
L Patrick Finn Pottsgrove Jr. 6-2 200
With Finn as a two-way force, the Falcons successfully defended their Pioneer Athletic Conference title.
L Eric Gallo C.R. South Sr. 6-2 280
The Maryland recruit was a first-team all-Suburban One National pick on both sides of the ball.
L Shareef Miller Frankford Jr. 6-5 220
The Pioneers' run-stuffing end has scholarship offers from Massachusetts, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, and Temple.
L Mark Remmey C.B. East Sr. 6-4 235
The hard-charging end is being recruited by Lehigh and others. He posted 70 tackles, including nine sacks.
LB Tyler Burke Coatesville Sr. 6-4 240
The Maryland recruit, who doubled as a tight end, was always around the ball.
LB Jake Cooper Archbishop Wood Jr. 6-3 230
The anchor of a stout defense has scholarship offers from Pittsburgh, Syracuse, and Temple.
LB Zaire Franklin La Salle Sr. 6-1 225
The Syracuse recruit, also an offensive tackle, played a leading role again for the Explorers.
LB Denny Lord Neshaminy Sr. 6-1 220
The hard-nosed Lord, also a fullback and Wildcat-formation quarterback, notched 73 tackles, with 57 solos.
DB Connor Golden Archbishop Ryan Sr. 6-0 190
The free safety, who posted 10 interceptions, was a first-team all-Catholic League Class AAAA selection.
DB John Reid St. Joseph's Prep Jr. 5-10 180
His speed and coverage skills were key for the Hawks. He also was versatile on offense.
DB Craig Reynolds Abington Sr. 5-10 190
Reynolds was solid as a free safety. He also rushed 307 times for 2,104 yards and 31 TDs.
DB Deandre Scott Imhotep Charter Sr. 5-8 175
A do-everything type and an Arizona State recruit, Scott sparked the Panthers to the Class AA state final.
P Joseph Walker Martin L. King Sr. 6-3 190
Also a strong-armed quarterback, the Delaware recruit threw for 1,708 yards and 24 TDs.
L Mike Boykin Coatesville Sr. 5-10 225
L Ryan Buchholz Great Valley Jr. 6-5 235
L Jake Clark Abington Sr. 5-10 260
L Jake Strain St. Joseph's Prep Jr. 6-3 235
L Bryan White W.C. Henderson Jr. 6-2 265
LB Luke Berry North Penn Sr. 5-9 215
LB Josh Messina Archbishop Wood Sr. 5-10 185
LB Hunter Paulus Malvern Prep Sr. 6-2 230
LB Tyler Shankle Garnet Valley Sr. 6-1 215
DB Dimetri Kelly Roman Catholic Jr. 6-0 200
DB Jermaine Norris Mastery North Sr. 5-11 180
DB Charles Snorweah Pennsbury Jr. 5-10 175
DB Daquan Worley Coatesville Sr. 5-10 185
P John Fitz Central Bucks West Sr. 6-1 185
L Joe Hansbury Archbishop Ryan Sr. 6-3 260
L Scott Hirshman Conestoga Sr. 6-3 250
L John Nassib Malvern Prep Sr. 6-6 255
L Mason Romano Spring-Ford Sr. 6-0 210
L Sean Rook Kennett Sr. 6-3 255
LB Tyrone McNeil Geo. Washington Sr. 6-3 220
LB Ryan McNulty St. Joseph's Prep Sr. 6-2 190
LB Marquise Poston Frankford Sr. 6-0 185
DB Patrick Amara West Catholic Sr. 6-2 190
DB Vince Moffett St. Joseph's Prep Sr. 5-10 185
DB Donte Simmons Bristol Jr. 5-10 175
DB Micah Stutzman Pennridge Sr. 6-0 180
DB Jai Thornton Haverford High Sr. 5-7 165
P Chris Rossiter Upper Darby Sr. 5-11 185
- Rick O'Brien