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All-Southeastern Pennsylvania Defense

All-Southeastern Pennsylvania Defense.

Downingtown East’s Connor Munnelly (right) tries to escape a block by North Penn’s Ryan Cody in the Cougars’ 61-44 nonleague victory over the Knights.
Downingtown East’s Connor Munnelly (right) tries to escape a block by North Penn’s Ryan Cody in the Cougars’ 61-44 nonleague victory over the Knights.Read moreSTEVEN M. FALK

First Team

Pos. Player School Yr. Ht. Wt.

L Christian Barmore Neumann-Goretti Sr. 6-5 295

A major handful for opposing linemen, Barmore committed to Alabama on Wednesday.

L Ryan Bryce St. Joseph's Prep Sr. 6-4 285

Often double- and triple-teamed, the Army recruit freed up teammates to make plays.

L Connor Munnelly Downingtown East Sr.  6-2 260

He was voted the Ches-Mont League National Division's defensive player of the year.

L Omar Speights Imhotep Charter Jr. 6-2 230

He has scholarship offers from Baylor, Brigham Young, and Tennessee, among others.

L Garrett Zobel La Salle Sr. 6-3 285

The Villanova recruit was a solid run-stuffer and a consistent force on the offensive line.

LB Keith Maguire Malvern Prep Jr. 6-2 215

The Inter-Ac League's most valuable player has offers from multiple Division I programs.

LB Oleh Manzyk Neshaminy Jr. 6-1 205

Manzyk registered a team-high 78 tackles, including 57 solos stops. He also played tight end.

LB Phil O'Connor St. Joseph's Prep Sr. 6-0 210

The Richmond signee notched a team-high 81 tackles, with 54 solo stops, and seven sacks.

LB Nick Tarburton Pennridge Sr. 6-3 240

The Penn State signee was a bruising tackler and hard-nosed ballcarrier for the Rams.

B Rahiem Bowens Penn Wood Sr. 6-0 170

He ignited the Del-Val League champs as a cornerback, wide receiver, and kick returner.

B Jerry Kapp Boyertown Sr. 6-3 190

Kapp's efforts as a cornerback and wide receiver earned him Class 6A all-state honors.

B Jordan Mosley Haverford High Sr. 6-1 205

Terrific as a free safety and wide receiver for the Fords, Mosley is ticketed for Maryland.

B Tykee Smith Imhotep Charter Jr. 5-11 190

Smith's steallar play as a two-way back helped the Panthers reach the Class 4A state final.

P Dan Karrash La Salle Sr. 6-2 180

The Penn recruit flipped the field with his soaring punts. He also drilled eight field goals.

Second Team

L Lou DiFrancesco Neshaminy Sr. 6-0 280

L Mike Gobora Pennsbury Sr. 6-2 225

L Colin Hurlbrink Haverford School Sr. 6-2 240

L Milton Mamula Episcopal Ac. Sr. 6-3 220

L Kyle Tobin Marple Newtown Sr. 6-3 240

L Rayshad Wallace St. Joseph's Prep Sr. 6-1 225

LB Tanner Long Germantown Ac. Sr. 6-1 220

LB Matt Norris Central Bucks South Jr. 6-1 225

LB Matt Palmer Archbishop Wood Sr. 6-1 210

LB Jake Reichwein Central Bucks West Sr. 6-4 225

LB Owen Thomas North Penn Sr. 6-4 225

B Dawson DeIuliis St. Joseph's Prep Sr. 5-10 195

B TyGee Leach Malvern Prep Jr. 5-10 170

B Dahmir Ruffin Archbishop Carroll Sr. 5-10 165

B Avery Young Coatesville Sr. 6-0 200

P Joe Saulino W.C. Henderson Sr. 6-2 175

Third Team

L J.T. Aloisio West Chester Rustin Sr. 6-1 215

L Derrick Korboi Upper Darby Sr. 6-0 280

L Dan Kuznetsov La Salle Sr. 6-2 230

L Tim Moulton Archbishop Ryan Sr. 6-3 255

L Billy Shaeffer Archbishop Wood Sr. 6-5 230

L Justin Shields Springfield (D) Sr. 5-11 220

LB Desmond Austin Pottsgrove Sr. 6-4 200

LB Kyle Morasch Northeast Sr. 5-9 220

LB Jackson Taylor Abington Sr. 6-1 240

LB Sy'Mear Williams Imhotep Charter Jr. 6-1 210

LB Max Winebrake Upper Dublin Sr. 5-10 180

B Taseer Jones Cardinal O'Hara Sr. 5-9 180

B Katob Joseph Father Judge Jr. 5-11 170

B Julz Kelly Sun Valley Jr. 5-11 170

B Keith Parrish Bensalem Sr. 5-10 165

P James Silvi Episcopal Academy Sr. 5-10 155