All-Southeastern Pa. Offense
Pos. Player School Yr. Ht. Wt.
L Matt Donoghue Garnet Valley Sr. 6-4 278
In a triple-option attack, the Villanova recruit did a stellar job of opening up holes for Jake Irving and company.
L Patrick Hoffman La Salle Sr. 6-4 255
A lot of the Explorers' running plays went behind Hoffman, a Navy recruit who could play tackle or guard.
L Jaryd Jones-Smith West Catholic Sr. 6-7 320
The beefy tackle has scholarship offers from Pittsburgh, Virginia, North Carolina State, and others.
L Mike McGlinchey Penn Charter Sr. 6-9 275
The Notre Dame recruit, smart and rugged, could wind up playing in the NFL ranks with his cousin, Matt Ryan.
L Fran Walsh Archbishop Wood Sr. 6-1 240
Walsh, a hard-charging center and defensive tackle, was a major force for the Class AAA state finalists.
QB Emmett Hunt Coatesville Sr. 6-2 210
In leading the Red Raiders to the Class AAAA state final, the Southeastern Pennsylvania player of the year threw for 3,113 yards and 44 touchdowns.
RB Josh Adams Central Bucks South So. 6-1 182
Adams, quick and strong, had quite the rookie campaign. He carried the ball 257 times for 2,085 yards and 28 TDs.
RB Mike Class Pennridge Jr. 5-10 175
Speedy and elusive, Class sparked the Rams to the Suburban One League Continental Conference title.
RB Andrew Guckin Archbishop Wood Sr. 5-11 200
Guckin carried 219 times for 1,979 yards and 30 TDs. He was also a stalwart at linebacker for the Vikings.
RB David Williams Imhotep Charter Sr. 6-1 205
A 4,700-yard career rusher, Williams likely will choose South Carolina, Arizona State, or Ohio State.
TE Rashon Fentress Interboro Sr. 6-3 215
Fentress, who caught 39 passes for 729 yards and seven TDs, also shined at outside linebacker.
WR Will Fuller Roman Catholic Sr. 6-0 165
A high leaper with great hands, Fuller, who doubled as a cornerback, will join McGlinchey at Notre Dame.
WR Jay Harris Downingtown East Sr. 5-11 175
The Michigan State recruit, also dangerous as a kick returner, made 54 catches for 792 yards and 13 TDs.
AP Chris Jones Coatesville Sr. 5-11 165
Jones was a terror as a wideout and kick returner. He posted 71 catches for 1,490 yards and 24 scores.
AP Adam Strouss Episcopal Academy Sr. 6-3 200
Strouss, a dual-threat quarterback and Penn recruit, led the Inter-Ac League champs to a 10-0 record.
PK Nick Visco Archbishop Wood Sr. 6-2 195
A four-year contributor, he finished with 258 extra points and 21 field goals, including a long of 46 yards.
L Jack Florio Episcopal Academy Sr. 6-2 270
L George Griffin Archbishop Wood Sr. 6-4 280
L Madison O'Connor Pottsgrove Sr. 6-6 340
L Elijah Wilkinson Downingtown West Sr. 6-5 325
L Rick Young Souderton Jr. 6-2 295
QB Kyle Lauletta Downingtown East Sr. 6-3 205
RB Nate Hall Neshaminy Sr. 5-5 160
RB Kevin Leyden Haverford High Jr. 6-1 175
RB Kyle Mayfield North Penn Sr. 6-0 205
RB Shawn Pepper Pennsbury Sr. 6-3 215
TE Nick Arcidiacono Archbishop Wood Sr. 6-4 240
WR Dre Boggs Coatesville Sr. 5-10 170
WR Andrew DeStefano Conestoga Sr. 5-10 175
AP Tory Hudgins Pottsgrove Sr. 6-0 175
AP Daquan Worley Coatesville Jr. 5-10 185
PK Aron Morgan Haverford School Sr. 6-0 170
L Ryan Lunney Plymouth Whitemarsh Sr. 6-3 245
L Chris O'Connor Archbishop Wood Sr. 6-7 278
L Alec Petrillo Downingtown East Jr. 6-3 270
L Matt Sinex Ridley Sr. 6-2 250
L David Tracz St. Joseph's Prep Sr. 6-3 230
QB Joe Viviano Conestoga Sr. 6-4 220
RB Mark Dukes Pottsgrove Sr. 6-0 175
RB Jerry Lanier Academy Park Jr. 5-8 160
RB Eric Neefe Penn Charter Sr. 5-10 215
RB Greg White West Catholic Sr. 5-9 185
TE Ryan Pannella Phoenixville Sr. 6-2 190
WR Bobby Keyes Springside Chestnut Hill Sr. 6-0 190
WR Eerin Young Imhotep Charter Sr. 5-10 180
AP Chris Morgan Haverford School Sr. 6-0 170
AP Ian Strain Episcopal Academy Sr. 6-0 175
PK Dylan Jenkins W.C. Rustin Sr. 6-2 210