All-State Football: Juniors

Antoine Custer had big outings in De La Salle's biggest games while two-way lineman Boss Tagaloa could be one of the best up front the Spartans have ever had. Photos: Mark Tennis.

Antoine Custer had big outings in De La Salle’s biggest games while two-way lineman Boss Tagaloa could be one of the best up front the Spartans have ever had. Photos: Mark Tennis.

We are starting the release of the 36th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state football teams today with honors for the top juniors and sophomores. CIF Open Division champ De La Salle leads the way for the juniors with three first-team selections. Bishop Amat, Long Beach Poly, Corona Centennial and St. John Bosco all have multiple honorees as well.

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Congratulations to the following junior players for earning all-state recognition for the 2014 season from Cal-Hi Sports, which began these honors 36 years ago. The all-state honor teams for underclassmen (sophomores, juniors) are not intended as recruiting lists. We realize there are many talented younger players who will greatly improve in the coming months and may not have yet received the playing time needed to prove how good they are.

Soape Tupou played left guard on Grant's offensive line.  He'll be one of the top college prospects next year in Northern California. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Soape Tupou played left guard on Grant’s offensive line. He’ll be one of the top college prospects next year in Northern California. Photo: Mark Tennis.

ALL-STATE FIRST TEAM JUNIORS (Offense)

WR Javon McKinley (Centennial, Corona) 6-2, 190

WR Tyler Vaughns (Bishop Amat, La Puente) 6-3, 180

OL Zack Aylor (Mission Viejo) 6-4, 290

OL Frank Martin (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 6-5, 295

OL Marcus Moore (Crespi, Encino) 6-3, 235

OL Soape Tupou (Grant, Sacramento) 6-4, 330

OL Jonah Williams (Folsom) 6-5, 275

QB K.J. Costello (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM) 6-4, 210

RB Antoine Custer (De La Salle, Concord) 5-8, 175

RB Freddy Holly (Norte Vista, Riverside) 6-0, 190

RB Sean McGrew (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) 5-9, 180

PK Caleb Watkins (Glendora) 5-10, 165

Krys Barnes was a defensive force all season for Liberty of Bakersfield. Photo: Student Sports.

Linebacker Krys Barnes was a defensive force all season for Liberty of Bakersfield. Photo: Student Sports.

ALL-STATE FIRST TEAM JUNIORS (Defense)

DL Oluwole Betiku (Serra, Gardena) 6-4, 240

DL Emanuel Fesili (Long Beach Poly, Long Beach) 6-2, 290

DL Boss Tagaloa (De La Salle, Concord) 6-3, 290

LB Krys Barnes (Liberty, Bakersfield) 6-2, 220

LB Camilo Eifler (Bishop O’Dowd, Oakland) 6-2, 210

LB Darrion Franklin (Downey) 6-2, 215

LB Lokeni Toailoa (Carter, Rialto) 6-2, 225

DB Traveon Beck (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) 5-9, 165

DB Khalil Dorsey (Colony, Ontario) 5-8, 160

DB Jordan Parker (Pittsburg) 6-0, 185

DB Troy Warner (Mission Hills, San Marcos) 6-1, 180

P Fidel Romo (Banning) 6-3, 180

Best wishes to Malik Henry, who is eligible for all-state honors due to his work last fall at Westlake of Westlake Village but who has announced that he'll be transferring to IMG Academy of Bradenton, Fla. Photo: Student Sports.

Best wishes to quarterback Malik Henry, who is eligible for all-state honors due to his work last fall at Westlake of Westlake Village but who has announced that he’ll be transferring to IMG Academy of Bradenton, Fla. Photo: Student Sports.

ALL-STATE FIRST TEAM JUNIORS (Multi-Purpose)

TE/DE Devin Asiasi (De La Salle, Concord) 6-5, 255

QB/RB Malik Henry (Westlake, Westlake Village) 6-3, 180

WR/PR Jackie Jones (Long Beach Poly, Long Beach) 5-11, 165

QB/LB Mique Juarez (North, Torrance) 6-2, 220

TE/LB Caleb Kelly (Clovis West, Fresno) 6-3, 210

QB/RB Victor Viramontes (Norco) 6-1, 200

SECOND TEAM JUNIORS (Offense)

WR Dylan Crawford (St. Francis, La Canada) 6-1, 185
WR Collin Johnson (Valley Christian, San Jose) 6-5, 200
OL Bryson Cain (Great Oak, Temecula) 6-4, 250
OL Clayton Demski (Marin Catholic, Kentfield) 6-4, 280
OL Christian Haangana (Milpitas) 6-6, 350
OL Sterling Strother (Campolindo, Moraga) 6-5, 245
OL Luke Wattenberg (JSerra, San Juan Capistrano) 6-5, 250
QB Devon Modster (Tesoro, Las Flores) 6-2, 215
RB Beau Bisharat (Jesuit, Carmichael) 6-2, 200
RB J.J. Taylor (Centennial, Corona) 5-6, 165
RB Edward Vander (JSerra, San Juan Capistrano) 6-1, 205
PK Evan Rios (Madera) 5-9, 180

Trevon Sidney of Bishop Amat landed on the second team with teammate Tyler Vaughns on first team. The two are both big-time prospects. Photo: Student Sports.

Trevon Sidney of Bishop Amat landed on the second team with teammate Tyler Vaughns on first team. The two are both big-time prospects. Photo: Student Sports.

SECOND TEAM JUNIORS (Defense)

DL Chase Hatada (Rocklin) 6-3, 255
DL David Letuligasenoa (Heritage, Brentwood) 6-0, 280
DL Leevel Tatum (Edison, Fresno) 6-2, 260
LB Logan Baker (Valhalla, El Cajon) 5-11, 210
LB Matteo Biscotti (Redlands East Valley) 6-2, 215
LB Alec Simpson (Palisades, Pacific Palisades) 6-3, 205
DB Myles Bryant (Loyola, Los Angeles) 5-9, 170
DB A.J. Frazier (San Pedro) 6-0, 165
DB Allen Perryman (Lemoore) 6-1, 175
DB Michael Pittman (Oaks Christian, Westlake Village) 6-4, 205
DB Trevon Sidney (Bishop Amat, La Puente) 5-11, 180
P Andrew Nielsen (Hart, Newhall) 6-0, 165

SECOND TEAM JUNIORS (Multi-Purpose)

QB/RB Matt Fink (Glendora) 6-3, 185
QB/RB Darius Peterson (Marin Catholic, Kentfield) 6-0, 185
WR/DB J.P. Shohfi (San Marino) 6-1, 185
QB/RB Khalil Tate (Serra, Gardena) 6-2, 190
WR/DB Chris Taylor-Yamanoha (Rancho Cotate, Rohnert Park) 6-1, 170
QB/RB Clarence Williams (Sylmar) 6-1, 185

THIRD TEAM JUNIORS (60 players)

OFFENSE (Alphabetical)
QB Kam Brown (Charter Oak, Covina)
RB DeShawn Collins (Grant, Sacramento)
WR Tayvian Cunningham (Wood, Vacaville)
RB Demetric Felton (Great Oak, Temecula)
WR Max Flower (Campolindo, Moraga)
QB/RB Max Gilliam (Thousand Oaks)
OL Justin Harmon (Sacred Heart Prep, Atherton)
OL Donte Harrington (San Clemente)
RB Romello Harris (Tulare)
RB Andrew Hernandez (De La Salle, Concord)
WR Theo Howard (Westlake, Westlake Village)
QB Brock Johnson (Mission Viejo)
RB Isaiah Jones (Porterville)
TE Colin Kentros (El Toro, Lake Forest)
QB Dakota Miller (Mission Hills, San Marcos)
RB Elijah Preston (St. Augustine, San Diego)
RB Zikel Reddick (Grace Brethren, Simi Valley)
RB Justin Rice (Central Catholic, Modesto)
RB Sean Riley (Narbonne, Harbor City)
RB Sterling Salguero (Birmingham, Lake Balboa)
RB Jalen Starks (Crespi, Encino)
RB Melquise Stovall (Paraclete, Lancaster)
QB Zach Taylor (Buena Park)
PK Alex Vasquez (La Serna, Whittier)
WR Khris Vaughn (Redlands East Valley)
RB Daevon Vigilant (Downey)
QB Caden Voges (Sacramento)
RB Gabe Watson (Piedmont)
TE Dominick Wood-Anderson (Steele Canyon, Lakeside)

Led by receiver-defensive back Trey Udoffia, there were a lot of younger players who did well this season at Del Oro of Loomis. Photo: Student Sports.

Led by receiver-defensive back Trey Udoffia, there were a lot of younger players who did well this season at Del Oro of Loomis. Photo: Student Sports.

DEFENSE (Alphabetical)
LB Zach Brumbaugh (Centennial, Corona)
LB Lewis Butler (Hoover, San Diego)
DB Treyjohn Butler (Etiwanda)
LB Darian Cohen (El Camino Real, Woodland Hills)
LB Colt Doughty (Los Gatos)
LB Josiah Erickson (San Dimas)
LB Davir Hamilton (Verbum Dei, Los Angeles)
DB Kelepi Lataimua (Serra, San Mateo)
DB Brad Mickey (Arroyo Grande)
DL David Moala (Grant, Sacramento)
DB Alejandro Morales (Fremont, Sunnyvale)
LB Ryan Quadros (Live Oak, Morgan Hill)
LB Charlie Ramirez (Pittsburg)
DL Seperini Togiai (Hayward)
DB Mykal Tolliver (St. John Bosco, Bellflower)
DB Chacho Ulloa (Centennial, Corona)
DB Schuyler Whitehead (Los Alamitos)
DL Damon Wiley (De La Salle, Concord)
DL Chris Yaghi (Foothill, Tustin)

MULTI-PURPOSE (Alphabetical)
QB/RB/P Roman Ale (Narbonne, Harbor City)
KR/DB Damian Alloway (Summit, Fontana)
QB/RB Michael Austin (Helix, La Mesa)
RB/LB Raymond Caldera (Oxnard)
RB/WR Zion Echols (Charter Oak, Covina)
RB/DB Larry Hardy (Inderkum, Sacramento)
WR/DB Kevin Howell (Thousand Oaks)
QB/RB Darreon Lockett (Pomona)
WR/DB David Long (Loyola, Los Angeles)
RB/DB Nathan Stinson (Helix, La Mesa)
RB/LB Anu Tuiono (Oak Grove, San Jose)
WR/DB Trey Udoffia (Del Oro, Loomis)
QB/RB Lawrence White (Ridgeview, Bakersfield)

2014 State Junior Player of the Year: Javon McKinley (Centennial, Corona)

Mark Tennis is the co-founder and publisher of CalHiSports.com. He can be reached at markjtennis@gmail.com. Don’t forget to follow Mark on the Cal-Hi Sports Twitter handle: @CalHiSports


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One Comment

  1. Pimpa266
    Posted January 26, 2015 at 9:19 am | Permalink

    I really gotta stop getting hopes up. We live between Ventura and San Diego. No Mans Land….

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