All-Southeastern Pennsylvania Offense
First Team Pos. Player School Yr. Ht. Wt. L Ryan Bates Archbishop Wood Jr. 6-5 285 The stalwart tackle has scholarship offers from Boston College, Pittsburgh, and South Carolina, among others.
Pos. Player School Yr. Ht. Wt.
L Ryan Bates Archbishop Wood Jr. 6-5 285
The stalwart tackle has scholarship offers from Boston College, Pittsburgh, and South Carolina, among others.
L Aaron Ruff Imhotep Charter Sr. 6-5 280
Boosted by the Temple recruit's muscle and toughness, the Panthers averaged 44.1 points.
L Jon D. Runyan St. Joseph's Prep Jr. 6-4 250
Positioned at left tackle, the Michigan recruit opened holes for Olamide Zaccheaus and company.
L Sean Steinmetz W.C. Rustin Sr. 6-1 220
Also a linebacker, Steinmetz was a two-way force for the Ches-Mont American titlists.
L Frank Tranzilli North Penn Jr. 6-2 275
The second-year starter did a stellar job of clearing space for tailback Nyfease West and fullback Luke Berry.
QB Chris Martin St. Joseph's Prep Sr. 5-10 180
In guiding the Hawks to a 12-3 mark and the Class AAAA state crown, The Inquirer's Southeastern Pennsylvania player of the year threw for 2,241 yards and 27 TDs.
RB Samir Bullock Archbishop Ryan Jr. 5-7 165
Bullock, who came over from Father Judge, carried 261 times for 2,056 yards and 21 touchdowns.
RB Jerry Lanier Academy Park Sr. 5-9 165
Rushing for 2,306 yards and 21 scores, Lanier sparked the Knights to top District 1 Class AAA honors.
RB Jarrett McClenton Archbishop Wood Jr. 5-8 160
McClenton rushed for 1,708 yards and 27 scores for the Class AAA state champs.
RB D'Andre Pollard Neshaminy Jr. 5-7 170
As the go-to guy for the District 1 AAAA champs, Pollard ran 328 times for 2,929 yards and 39 TDs.
TE Luke Carrezola Neshaminy Sr. 6-3 245
The Connecticut recruit, also a force as a defensive end, handled a lot of the dirty work for the Redskins.
WR Jamal Custis Neumann-Goretti Sr. 6-6 225
The Syracuse recruit, also imposing as a forward in basketball, was a handful for opposing cornerbacks.
WR Delane Hart Martin L. King Sr. 6-3 200
Hart had 45 catches for 1,180 yards and 15 TDs and also was a threat as a kick returner.
AP Troy Gallen Malvern Prep Sr. 6-0 185
The Inter-Ac League's MVP was a terror as a rusher, receiver, and kick returner.
AP Rasaan Stewart Perkiomen Valley Sr. 6-1 185
The dual-threat QB and DB spurred the Vikings to the District 1 AAAA semifinals.
PK Connor Foley Father Judge Sr. 6-0 195
A four-year contributor, Foley closed his career with 122 extra points and 21 field goals.
L Dontae Angus M.L. King Sr. 6-6 320
L David Bertone Garnet Valley Sr. 6-0 235
L Dan Johnson Neshaminy Sr. 6-0 240
L Andrew Jones Unionville Jr. 5-11 255
L Alec Petrillo Downingtown East Sr. 6-3 270
QB Kyle Shurmur La Salle Jr. 6-4 215
RB Ryley Angeline Downingtown East Sr. 6-3 215
RB Mike Class Pennridge Sr. 5-10 185
RB Shaaheen Dow Glen Mills Sr. 5-8 180
RB Terry Loper W.C. Rustin Jr. 5-10 185
TE Jeff Adams Pottsgrove Sr. 6-2 175
WR Jylil Reeder Samuel Fels Sr. 6-0 180
WR Thaddius Smith Cardinal O'Hara Sr. 5-10 170
AP Jimmy Herron La Salle Jr. 6-0 180
AP Nick Pagel Downingtown W. Sr. 6-3 180
PK Steve Weyler Cardinal O'Hara Sr. 5-11 175
L Ryan Bischoff Ply. Whitemarsh Jr. 6-5 285
L Matt Gould Interboro Sr. 6-6 320
L Mycah Mollohan Pennsbury Sr. 6-0 235
L Kevin Murphy W.C. East Jr. 6-2 250
L Deion Oliver Archbishop Wood Sr. 6-5 275
QB Brian Ingram Academy Park Sr. 6-0 175
RB Jarred Jones Spring-Ford Sr. 5-11 195
RB Cody Richmond Boyertown Sr. 6-0 190
RB Greg White West Catholic Sr. 5-10 185
RB O. Zaccheaus St. Joseph's Prep Jr. 5-8 180
TE Adam Krauter Springfield (D) Jr. 6-1 225
WR John O'Malley Hatboro-Horsham Jr. 6-1 170
WR Mike Ockimey Bonner-Prend. Sr. 6-4 195
AP Walter Pegues Central Sr. 5-9 160
AP Marquis Seamon Father Judge Sr. 5-10 170
PK Denniston Moore Imhotep Charter Jr. 6-1 180
- Rick O'Brien