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2011 Class 4A All-State Football Team

    FIRST TEAM      
         OFFENSE      
  NAME SCHOOL HT WT YR
QB Jarrett Solomon Gorman 6-0 193 Jr.
      2,744 passing yards, 41 TDs, 2 INT    
RB Shaquille Powell Gorman 5-9 195 Sr.
      2,458 rushing yards, 40 TDs; Southwest Offensive MVP  
RB Niko Kapeli Liberty 5-10 195 Jr.
      2,383 rushing yards, 30 TDs      
RB Demaryae Williams Cimarron 5-9 183 Sr.
     1,778 rushing yards, 23 TDs      
RB Dylan Sawyers Carson 5-10 185 Sr.
     1,454 rushing yards, 24 TDs; Northern Offensive POY  
FB Jordan Kapeli Liberty 5-11 235 Sr.
      522 rushing yards, 8 TDs      
WR Kyle Keplinger Foothill 5-9 180 Sr.
      70 rec., 1,038 yards, 18 TDs      
WR Devonte Boyd Basic 6-2 170 Jr.
      64 rec., 1,110 yards, 8 TDs      
WR Nick Maestretti Douglas 6-0 154 Sr.
      50 rec., 681 yards      
OL Ronnie Stanley Gorman 6-6 275 Sr.
      1st Team All-Southwest League      
OL Ron Scoggins Gorman 6-3 315 Sr.
      1st Team All-Southwest League      
OL Cedrick Poutasi Desert Pines 6-5 325 Sr.
      1st Team All-Northeast League      
OL P.J. Taeao Liberty 6-2 300 Sr.
      1st Team All-Southeast League      
OL Jeremy McCauley Reed 6-3 300 Sr.
      1st Team All-Northern Region      
K Austin Pacheco Carson 6-0 170 Sr.
      9 FG, long 64 yds      
KR Ryan Beaulieu Palo Verde 5-9 155 Jr.
      43.6 punt return avg., 4 TDs      
           
         DEFENSE      
  NAME SCHOOL HT WT YR
DL Joshua Symonette Palo Verde 5-11 200 Sr.
      72 tackles, 14 sacks      
DL Zack Singer Gorman 6-1 288 So.
      68 tackles, 7.5 sacks, 7 TFL      
DL Tyler Carnahan Reed 5-11 245 Sr.
      84 tackles, 8.5 sacks      
DL Eric Delucchi McQueen 5-10 200 Sr.
      27 TFL, 9 sacks        
LB Zach Hutchins Gorman 6-2 222 Sr.
      78 tackles, 6 TFL, 3 sacks; Southwest Defensive MVP  
LB Jerrol Garcia-Williams Palo Verde 6-3 200 Sr.
      84 tackles, 7 sacks, 2 INT; Northwest Defensive MVP  
LB Kyle Henry Desert Oasis 6-1 215 Sr.
      128 tackles, 7 sacks      
LB Broc Westlake Reed 6-2 215 Sr.
      132 tackles        
LB Chance Quilling Carson 6-2 185 Sr.
      72 tackles, 4 sacks, 4 INT      
DB Justin Sweet Gorman 5-10 166 Jr.
      47 tackles, INT, 14 pass breakups      
DB Roderick Eason Arbor View 6-1 180 Sr.
      51 tackles, 3 INT, 1 sack      
DB Lee Griggs Palo Verde 5-8 170 Jr.
      52 tackles, 4 sacks, 1 INT      
DB Spencer Stockton Reed 5-10 150 Sr.
      71 tackles, 4 INT      
P James Grigsby Shadow Ridge 6-1 205 Sr.
      40 yd avg., 6 punts inside 20      
           
    SECOND TEAM      
         OFFENSE      
  NAME SCHOOL HT WT YR
QB A.J. Silva Reed 6-2 175 Sr.
      2,884 passing yards, 43 TDs, 6 INT; 630 rushing yards, 11 TDs
RB Farrell Victor Las Vegas 5-8 170 Sr.
      1,281 rushing yards, 21 TDs, 10.2 avg; Northeast Offensive co-MVP
RB Chris Marshall Del Sol 5-8 165 Sr.
      1,544 rushing yards, 17 TD; Southeast Offensive MVP  
RB Donnel Pumphrey Canyon Springs 5-8 165 Jr.
      1,647 rushing yards, 22 TDs; Northeast Offensive co-MVP
RB Jacobi Owens Centennial 6-0 180 Sr.
      1,498 rushing yards, 14 TDs      
WR Vance Lively Spanish Springs 5-11 170 Jr.
      46 rec., 848 yards, 7 TDs      
WR Ryan Smith Gorman 5-6 153 Jr.
      37 rec., 1,041 yards, 16 TDs      
WR Colton Bennion Bonanza 5-9 150 Jr.
      44 rec., 730 yards 7 TDs      
WR Beau Tittensor Reed 5-8 160 Sr.
      71 rec., 677 yards, 9 TDs      
OL Nick Strehlow Gorman 6-2 280 Sr.
      1st Team All-Southwest League      
OL Myles Elgaard Palo Verde 6-2 250 Sr.
      1st Team All-Northwest League      
OL Elijah George Arbor View 6-6 240 Jr.
      1st Team All-Northwest League      
OL Cole Morgavi Liberty 6-1 265 Sr.
      1st Team All-Southeast League      
OL Shane Wickes McQueen 6-3 240 Sr.
      1st Team All-Northern Region      
K Jay Mattox Las Vegas 5-11 150 Jr.
      6-7 FG, long 46 yds, 52 PATs, 47 touchbacks    
KR Antraye Johnson Basic 5-11 170 So.
      3 return TDs        
           
         DEFENSE      
  NAME SCHOOL HT WT YR
DL Coty Iwata Silverado 6-0 252 Sr.
      74 tackles, 7 sacks      
DL Kimo Seau Liberty 6-2 240 Sr.
      50.5 tackles, 10 sacks, 1 INT      
DL Dillon Chaisson Palo Verde 6-3 275 Sr.
      62 tackles, 2 sacks      
DL Logan Peternell Carson 6-1 230 Sr.
      131 tackles        
LB Demarlo Lewis Cimarron 5-7 175 Sr.
      75 tackles, 3 sacks, 1 INT      
LB Marc Phillippi Gorman 5-10 201 Sr.
      59 tackles, 6 sacks, 11 pass breakups    
LB Jason May McQueen 5-11 180 Sr.
      82 tackles, 2 sacks      
LB Zach Ewert Damonte Ranch 5-10 180 Jr.
      90 tackles, 2 INT      
LB Tobias Carson Canyon Springs 5-8 225 Jr.
      100 tackles; Northeast Defensive MVP    
DB Steve Burns Arbor View 6-0 185 Sr.
      73 tackles, 2 INT      
DB Nathan Starks Gorman 5-11 198 So.
      53 tackles, 4 INT, 4 TFL      
DB Leon Hayes Desert Pines 6-0 200 Sr.
      75 tackles, 2 INT, 1 sack      
DB Connor Hughes Douglas 6-0 168 Sr.
      70 tackles, 1 INT, 7 pass breakups      
P Steven Werth Douglas 5-11 147 Sr.
      36.1 yd avg., 6 punts inside 10      
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