All Southeastern Pennslyvania Defense

First Team

Pos.    Player             School          Yr.    Ht.    Wt.

L      Ryan Buchholz    Great Valley    Sr.      6-5    235

As a two-way force, the Penn State recruit led the Patriots to a 12-2 record and the District 1 Class AAA title.

L       Shareef Miller       Washington    Sr.      6-4    235

A hard-charging end, Miller has scholarship offers from Penn State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, and Temple, among others.

L       Jake Strain       St. Joe's Prep Sr.      6-3    235

In the Hawks' drive to another state crown, Strain, who doubled as a tight end, was always around the ball.

L       Naseir Upshur    Imhotep       Jr.      6-2    230

Also a handful for foes at tight end, Upshur has the skills to play on either side of the ball at the next level.

L       Bryan White       Henderson       Sr.      6-2    295

The Villanova recruit was the Ches-Mont League National Conference's player of the year.

LB    Jake Cooper       Arch. Wood    Sr.    6-2    220

The Penn State recruit was the anchor of a swarming defense that held opponents to an average of 13.5 points.

LB    Adam Krauter    Springfield (D) Sr.    6-2    225

Boosted by his rugged play in the middle, the Cougars won their first Central League title since 1994.

LB    Trevor Morris       Malvern Prep    Sr.    6-1    210

The defender, who is ticketed for Rutgers, also shined as a receiver. He was a first-team all-Inter-Ac League pick.

LB    Hunter Nice       Quakertown    Sr.    6-2    215

He posted 113 tackles, including 70 solos, for the Suburban One League Continental Conference champs.

DB    Jimmy Herron    La Salle          Sr.      6-1    175

Herron, who will play baseball at Duke, ignited the Explorers as a safety, receiver, and kick returner.

DB    John Reid          St. Joe's Prep   Sr.      5-10    190

The Penn State recruit made a big mark despite sitting out the last three contests with an an injury,

DB    D'Andre Swift       St. Joe's Prep   So.   5-9    200

The quickly rising underclassmen starred in the state final, rushing for 226 yards and four touchdowns.

DB    Yeedee Thaenrat Father Judge Jr.       5-10    185

He was solid as a safety and running back. He carried 175 times for 1,457 yards and 23 scores.

P Alex Pechin    Unionville          Sr.    6-0       180

The Bucknell recruit also shined as a placekicker, hitting eight field goals, and quarterback.

Second Team

L       Doug Costin       Bishop Shanahan    Jr.   6-4    275

L       Karamo Dioubate    Prep Charter       Jr.   6-4    260

L       Joe DuMond       St. Joe's Prep       Jr.   6-1    230

L       Caleb Fell          Down. East          Sr. 6-3    240

L       Kevin Murphy       W.C. East          Sr. 6-2    270

LB    Vince Alimenti       C.R. South          Sr.   6-1    200

LB    Shaquille Jones    Imhotep Charter    Sr.    6-2    195

LB    Cody Smith          Bishop Shanahan    Sr.    6-1    235

LB    Luke Snyder       Pennsbury          Jr.    6-0    195

DB    Paul Dooley          Spring. Ches. Hill    Sr.   6-0    205

DB    Ahkema Evans       Coatesville          Sr.    5-9    175

DB    Donte Simmons   Bristol             Sr.   5-9    180

DB    Joe Unangst       Pennridge          Sr.    5-10    180

P       Dox Aitken          Haverford Sch.       Jr.    6-3    185

Third Team

L       Patrick Finn          Pottsgrove          Sr.    6-3    255

L      Joey Granahan       Garnet Valley      Sr.    6-4    235

L       Matt McDermott    La Salle             Jr.    6-2    260

L       Tymir Oliver       West Catholic       Jr.    6-4    270 .

L       Shaka Toney       Imhotep Charter    Jr.    6-4    215

LB    Daron Boone       Abington          Sr.    5-11    200

LB    Jordan Meachum    La Salle             Sr.    5-8    185

LB    Justin Rubin       Arch. Wood          Sr.    6-1    210

LB    Henry Winebrake    Upper Dublin       Jr.    6-0    220

DB    Mike Fowler          Pottsgrove          Sr.    6-0   180 .

DB    J.R. Stevens          Neshaminy          Sr.    5-11    160

DB    Jay Stocker          Coatesville          Sr.    6-2    185

DB    Benny Walls       St. Joe's Prep       Jr.    6-1    195

P       Vian Dolo          Prep Charter       Sr.    6-0    200

All-Southeastern Pennsylvania Offense

First Team

Pos.    Player             School          Yr.    Ht.    Wt.

L       Ryan Bates       Arch. Wood    Sr.    6-5    280

The stalwart tackle and Penn State recruit played a key role in the Vikings' drive toward a third Class AAA state title.

L       Ryan Bischoff       Plym. White.    Sr.      6-5   310

Positioned at tackle, Bischoff, a Virginia recruit, regularly cleared space for Nafeese Nasir and company.

L       Ray Bordley       W.C. Rustin    Jr.    6-6    320

The rugged tackle has drawn interest from Miami, Ohio State, Penn State, Pittsburgh, and Virginia.

L       Hayden Mahoney Malvern Prep    Sr.      6-5    280

Mahoney, a tackle bound for Miami, earned first-team all-Inter-Ac League honors for the second straight year.

L       Jon Runyan       St. Joe's Prep Sr.    6-5    280

The Michigan recruit also contributed for the Class AAAA state champs as a defensive tackle and placekicker.

QB    Kyle Shurmur       La Salle          Sr.      6-4    215

In guiding the Explorers to an 8-3 mark, the Vanderbilt recruit threw for 2,523 yards and 28 touchdowns.

RB    Samir Bullock       Arch. Ryan       Sr.    5-8    175

Surpassing the 2,000-yard mark for the second straight year, Bullock carried 290 times for 2,066 yards and 20 TDs.

RB    Terry Loper       W.C. Rustin    Sr.    5-10    195

An inside-outside threat in the Golden Knights' wing-T scheme, Loper rushed 235 times for 2,227 yards and 27 TDs.

RB    Jarrett McClenton Arch. Wood   Sr.      5-8    165

The Villanova recruit rushed for 2,188 yards and 37 TDs. Over the last three years, he ran for 4,536 yards and 73 TDs.

RB    Charles Snorweah Pennsbury    Sr.    5-10    175

In sparking the Falcons to their first District 1 crown since 2006, the Rutgers recruit rushed for 2,774 yards and 38 TDs.

TE    Cary Angeline    Down. East    Jr.    6-7    235

The Division I prospect, also a basketball standout, made 66 catches for 1,015 yards and 10 TDs.

WR    Ryan Hubley       Oxford          Sr.      6-3    190

Hubley notched an an area-high 93 receptions for 1,483 yards and 19 TDs. He made seven TD catches in one game.

WR    D.J. Moore          Imhotep Charter    Sr.   6-0   200

The Maryland recruit, an eye-catching leaper with great hands, played a key role in the Panthers' 11-2 campaign.

AP    Brandon McIlwain C.R. North       Jr.   6-1    210

The dual-threat QB and defensive back has narrowed his choices to Auburn, Penn State, and South Carolina.

AP    Jordan Young       Coatesville          Jr. 6-2    200

Also a punter for the Red Raiders, Young connected on 206 of 309 passes for 2,734 yards and 19 scores.

PK    Jack Soslow       Haverford School    Sr.   6-3    185

The first-year player booted 12 field goals and 40 extra points. He hit a 52-yard field goal vs. Archbishop Ryan.

Second Team

L       Jonah Jackson       Penncrest          Sr.   6-4    290

L       Andrew Jones       Unionville          Sr.    6-1    275

L       Alex Jordan          C.B. East             Sr.    6-3    275

L       Ryan Neher          Arch. Wood         Sr.    6-3    250

L       Austin O'Neill       Pennsbury          Sr.    5-11    260

QB    Kevin Caldwell       Ben Franklin       Sr.   5-9    190

RB    Josh Adams       C.B. South          Sr.    6-2    210

RB    Tre Green          W.C. Henderson    Sr.    5-11    185

RB    Phil Poquie          Haverford School    Sr.    5-10    180

RB    Tyliek Raynor       Imhotep Charter    Jr.    5-10    185

TE       Amir Ealey          Coatesville          Sr.    6-4    235

WR    Nasir Adderley       Great Valley          Sr.    6-0    185

WR   Dylan Parsons       Spring. Ches. Hill    Sr.    6-0    175

AP    Ryan Stover          Upper Dublin       Jr.    6-4    195

AP    Olamide Zaccheaus    St. Joe's Prep    Sr.    5-8    190

PK    Matt Ammendola    North Penn          Sr.    5-11   170

Third Team

L       Brian Denoncour    Haverford School    Jr.   6-3    260

L       James McDonald    W.C. Henderson    Sr.    6-4    280

L       Raquan Thomas    Simon Gratz       Jr.    6-4    305

L       Frank Tranzilli       North Penn          Sr.    6-2    290

L       Gavin Wiggins       Roman Catholic    Sr.    6-4    280

QB    Tyler McNulty       Down. West          Sr.    6-2    195

RB    Nasir Bonner       Del-Val Charter    Sr.    5-10    185

RB    Khalil Roane       Neumann-Goretti    Jr.    5-8   185

RB    Adrian Sapnas       Marple Newtown    Sr.    5-11   185

RB    Tyler Whitmore    Upper Moreland    Sr.    6-0   195

TE       Christian Lohin       Arch. Wood          Sr.    6-3    235

WR    Dan Chisena       Down. East          Sr.    6-2   165

WR    Martin Dorsey       Conestoga          Sr.    6-5   195

AP    Collin DiGalbo       Bonner-Prendie    Sr.    6-2    210

AP    A.J. Frazier          Roman Catholic    Sr.    6-0    175

PK    Ollie Boucher       C.B. East             Sr.    5-10    150

AP: all-purpose.

- Rick O'Brien