All-Southeastern Pa. Defense

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First Team

Pos.   Player   School   Yr.   Ht.   Wt.   

L   Curtis Cothran   Council Rock North   Sr.   6-4   230   

Cothran, ticketed for Penn State, has bench-pressed 345 pounds, power-cleaned 270, and dead-lifted 500.

L   Eric Gallo   Council Rock South   Jr.   6-2   280   

Gallo has drawn the interest of several Division I-A programs, including North Carolina State and Maryland.

L   Paul Johnson   St. Joseph's Prep   Sr.   5-11   285   

Positioned in the middle, Johnson was a terrific run-stuffer. He also is a standout heavyweight wrestler.

L   Justin Moody   George Washington   Sr.   6-3   270   

Moody, also an offensive guard, is considering California, Massachusetts, Pittsburgh, Purdue, and Temple.

L   Tom Spiteri   La Salle   Sr.   6-2   285   

Spiteri's play on both sides of the ball helped the Explorers advance to the Class AAAA state semifinals.

LB   Tyler Burke   Coatesville   Jr.   6-4   240   

Burke has scholarship offers from Maryland, N.C. State, and Temple. Notre Dame also is involved.

LB   Shane Dougherty   Ridley   Sr.   6-0   200   

With his toughness and instincts, Dougherty, also a fullback, was involved in almost every tackle for the Green Raiders defense.

LB   Matt Galambos   Haverford School   Sr.   6-2   225   

The Pittsburgh recruit, also used at running back and tight end, played a leading role for the Fords.

LB   Todd Jones   St. Joseph's Prep   Sr.   6-2   210   

Jones registered 26 tackles, including 17 solos, in two Catholic League Class AAAA playoff games.

DB   Sean Coleman   La Salle   Sr.   5-9   170   

Coleman, whose future is in lacrosse, made countless big plays as a receiver, return man, and safety.

DB   Tom Pancoast   Unionville   Sr.   6-4   195   

A safety and dual-threat QB, Pancoast was the Ches-Mont League American Conference's player of the year.

DB   Spencer Rymiszewski   West Chester Henderson   Sr.   6-0   180   

Rymiszewski was solid at cornerback. At running back, he carried 138 times for 1,153 yards and 11 touchdowns.

DB   Daryl Worley   Penn Charter   Sr.   6-2   165   

Worley, ticketed for West Virginia, also was a threat for the Quakers as a receiver and kick returner.

P   Ryan Winslow   La Salle   Sr.   6-5   205   

In addition to his booming punts, Winslow kicked six field goals. He will join Galambos at Pitt.

Second Team

L   Tyrone Barge   Imhotep Charter   Jr.   6-2   265

L   Mike Boykin   Coatesville   Jr.   5-10   220

L   Luke Carrezola   Neshaminy   Jr.   6-3   225

L   Sharif Custis   Neumann-Goretti   Sr.   6-4   215

L   Zameer McDowell   Spring-Ford   Sr.   6-5   220

LB   Zaire Franklin   La Salle   Jr.   6-2   215

LB   Steve Gozur   North Penn   Sr.   6-0   200

LB   Tommy Hose   Pennsbury   Sr.   6-1   210

LB   Corey Kelly   Plymouth Whitemarsh   Sr.   5-11   185

DB   Jordan Lardani   Kennett   Sr.   6-3   205

DB   John Reid   St. Joseph's Prep   So.   5-10   175

DB   Deandre Scott   Imhotep Charter   Jr.   5-10   180

DB   Rasaan Stewart   Perkiomen Valley   Jr.   6-1   175

P   John Dubyk   Pennridge   Sr.   6-2   225

Third Team

L   Derek Brandt   North Penn   Sr.   5-11   235

L   Vittorio Goggins   Bok   Sr.   6-0   225

L   Luke Johnson   Pennsbury   Sr.   6-0   220

L   Jon Naji   La Salle   Sr.   6-2   240

L   R.J. Sheldon   Spring-Ford   Sr.   6-3   200

LB   Kyle Bigam   Pennridge   Sr.   5-9   180

LB   Mike Dougherty   Springfield (Delco)   Sr.   5-10   200

LB   Diquan Gilbert   Communications Tech   Sr.   6-1   205

LB   Adam Weaver   West Chester Henderson   Sr.   5-11   230

DB   Renz Compton   Frankford   Sr.   5-10   160

DB   Joe DeMaio   Cardinal O'Hara   Sr.   5-11   175

DB   Jim Haley   Bonner-Prendergast   Sr.   6-2   190

DB   Robert Knox   Upper Moreland   Sr.   6-1   185

P   Joe Carlini   Malvern Prep   Sr.   5-9   165

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