All Southeastern Pennslyvania Defense
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.
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
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
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.
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
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
- Rick O'Brien