All-State Football Nominees (CIFSS)

Two of the best from the CIFSS were QB Devon Modster of Tesoro and RB Sultaan Sullivan of Serrano. Modster passed for 305 yards per game. Sullivan rushed for 3,209 yards in 14 games. Photos: Josh Barber/OCSidelines.com & Twitter.com.

Two of the best from the CIFSS were QB Devon Modster of Tesoro and RB Sultaan Sullivan of Serrano. Modster passed for 305 yards per game. Sullivan rushed for 3,209 yards in 14 games. Photos: Josh Barber/OCSidelines.com & Twitter.com.

This is the third group of players who have been placed on our board to be considered for the 37th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams. These are all players from the CIF Southern Section. We welcome additional nominees from parents, coaches and fans.

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This post represents another step toward selection of the annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams and it is for us to present lists of nominees that have been put up on our virtual board.

After posting the first list all-state nominees from the CIF sections in Northern California, the second post covered the CIF Central Section plus San Diego and L.A. City. This final list covers the massive CIF Southern Section.

By no means are these meant to be all-inclusive lists of every possible all-state player in California and we will miss listing some top juniors and sophomores on purpose because this isn’t a recruiting list. We encourage and welcome input from all users of our site and will be releasing a second, even more complete, updated list of nominees prior to when the teams are actually chosen and released.

Please send any nomination with each athlete’s height, weight, position, year in school, significant statistics. Comparing a player not on the board yet to one who already is can be very important toward eventual selection. Limit each nomination to one page please. Send to: markjtennis@gmail.com or FAX (209) 463-1219 or call (209) 463-9050.

The format we will continue to use is to honor a 30-player overall all-state first team with 30 more on second team. Each first team player is written up. There also are 30 for medium schools (Div. III traditional state rankings division) and 30 for small schools (Div. IV and Div. V traditional state rankings divisions). We often get enough information to include second teams for all divisions as well.

Don’t assume we know all there is to know about a player on the list, either. Send us info to make sure all pertinent information is turned in and placed into our files.

With appreciation to Stockton office assistant Paul Muyskens, here is a list of those currently on our board from the CIF Southern Section:

La Habra QB Eric Barriere already has been named Player of the Year by the Whittier Daily News. Photo: OCSidelines.com.

La Habra QB Eric Barriere already has been named Player of the Year by the Whittier Daily News. Photo: OCSidelines.com.

Amir Ainsworth (Bonita, La Verne) DB Sr.
Damian Alloway (Summit, Fontana) DB/WR Sr.
Jordan Antunez (Garden Grove) RB Sr.
Zach Arnold (Brea Olinda, Brea) RB/LB Sr.
Kevin Atkins (Vista Murrieta, Murrieta) DL Sr.
Zack Aylor (Mission Viejo) OL Sr.
Roy Barajas (El Monte) RB Sr.
Eric Barriere (La Habra) QB/RB Sr.
Logan Bathke (Orange Lutheran) OL Sr.
Drake Beasley (Loyola, Los Angeles) RB Jr.
Traveon Beck (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) DB Sr.
A.V. Bennett (Bishop Diego, Santa Barbara) WR/DB Sr.
Manny Berz (Citrus Hill, Perris) K/P Jr.
Oluwole Betiku (Serra, Gardena) DL Sr.
Matteo Biscotti (Redlands East Valley) LB Sr.
Kelly Blake (Loyola, Los Angeles) WR/DB Sr.
Ryan Boehm (Great Oak, Temecula) LB Sr.
Eric Botello (Dos Pueblos, Goleta) OL Sr.
Lyndon Boyd (Workman, City of Industry) LB Sr.
Breland Brandt (Windward, Los Angeles) TE Sr.
Matt Brayton (Bishop Amat, La Puente) OL Sr.
Jacob Briggs (Valencia) WR/LB Sr.
Jonathan Briseno (Santa Ana) ATH Jr.
Josh Brown (Long Beach Poly) LB Jr.
Kam Brown (Charter Oak, Covina) QB Sr.
Zach Brumbaugh (Centennial, Corona) LB Sr.
Myles Bryant (Loyola, Los Angeles) DB/KR Sr.
Lorenzo Burns (Linfield Christian, Temecula) RB/DB Sr.
Joey Burrola (Redlands) QB Sr.
Treyjohn Butler (Etiwanda) DB Sr.
Brandon Burton (Serra, Gardena) WR/DB Sr.
Cohl Cabral (Los Osos, Rancho Cucamonga) OL Sr.
Raymond Caldera (Oxnard) RB/LB Sr.
Jacob Callier (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) DL Jr.
Daniel Campos (La Serna, Whittier) LB Sr.
Brian Casteel (Charter Oak, Covina) WR/DB Jr.
Anthony Catalano (Centennial, Corona) QB Sr.
John Ceballos (La Serna, Whittier) QB Sr.
Nick Chapman (Aliso Niguel, Aliso Viejo) QB Sr.
Sean Chisholm (Camarillo) OL Sr.
Zach Chulak (Viewpoint, Calabasas) QB Sr.
Bobby Cole (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) RB Jr.

Zion Echols helped Charter Oak reach CIFSS Central Division title game. Photos: Hudl.com.

Zion Echols helped Charter Oak reach CIFSS Central Division title game. Photos: Hudl.com.

Jalen Cole (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) DB Jr.
Steven Comstock (Northview, Covina) QB Soph.
Jake Constantine (Camarillo) QB Sr.
Wade Cookus (Thousand Oaks) DL Sr.
Matt Corral (Oaks Christian, Westlake Village) QB Soph.
K.J. Costello (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM) QB Sr.
Garrett Cox (Crean Lutheran, Irvine) LB Sr.
Dylan Crawford (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM) WR Sr.
Micah Croom (La Mirada) DB Sr.
Matt Crow (Alemany, Mission Hills) OL Sr.
Austin Cuicchi (Temescal Canyon, Lake Elsinore) DL/RB Sr.
J.T. Daniels (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) QB Fr.
Cedric Dashiell II (Buena Park) DE Jr.
Quentin Davis (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) QB Sr.
Wyatt Davis (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) OL Jr.
Sean Davitt (St. Francis, La Canada) DE Sr.
Mikey Dean (Chaffey, Ontario) RB Sr.
Marquel Dismuke (Calabasas) WR/DB Sr.
Titus Dixon (La Mirada) LB Sr.
Edward Dominguez (El Monte) QB Sr.
Ryan Dominick (Harvard-Westlake, N. Hollywood) RB/LB Jr.
Khalil Dorsey (Colony, Ontario) DB Sr.
Troy Dye (Norco) DB Sr.
Hunter Echols (Cathedral, Los Angeles) DE Jr.
Zion Echols (Charter Oak, Covina) RB/WR Sr.
Christian Erickson (Paso Robles) RB Jr.
Josiah Erickson (San Dimas) LB Sr.
Louis Eusebio (Saugus) QB/RB/PK Sr.
Chris Evagues (Tesoro, Las Flores) DL Sr.
Pita Fakava (San Gorgonio, San Bernardino) LB Jr.
Voi Fata (Redlands East Valley) LB Jr.
Demetric Felton (Great Oak, Temecula) RB Sr.
Emmanuel Fesili (Long Beach Poly) DL Sr.
Chuck Filiaga (Vista Murrieta, Murrieta) OL Jr.
Jacob Fimbres (Sonora, La Habra) RB Sr.
Matt Fink (Glendora) QB Sr.
Devin Fleming (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) WR Sr.
Devin Floyd (Citrus Hill, Perris) RB Sr.
Cole Fotheringham (San Clemente) TE Sr.
Darrian Franklin (Downey) LB Sr.
Logan Gamble (St. Anthony, Long Beach) WR Sr.
Erick Garcia (Cajon, San Bernardino) LB/DE Sr.
Damian Garcia (Bishop Amat, La Puente) QB/P Sr.

Tim Jimenez of Carpinteria has been a highly productive player for the last three seasons. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Tim Jimenez of Carpinteria has been a highly productive player for the last three seasons. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Nathan Garcia (Garden Grove) DL Sr.
Chris Gaston (Bishop Amat, La Puente) DB Sr.
Tristan Gebbia (Calabasas) QB Jr.
Max Gilliam (Thousand Oaks) QB Sr.
Carson Glazier (San Marino) QB Sr.
William Hackenberg (Chino Hills) DL Sr.
Paula Hafoka (Centennial, Corona) OL Sr.
Joey Harman (Redlands East Valley) RB Sr.
Devon Harper (Colony, Ontario) LB Sr.
Donte Harrington (San Clemente) OL Sr.
Carter Hartmann (Mission Viejo) DL Sr.
Trevor Hendrickson (Valencia) OL Sr.
Malik Henry (Long Beach Poly) QB Sr.
Gilbert Hernandez (Heritage, Menifee) OL Sr.
Armando Herrera (Redlands East Valley) QB Jr.
Aleva Hifo (Heritage, Menifee) RB/WR Sr.
John Hilfer (Redlands East Valley) PK/P Sr.
Trace Hobbs (Canyon, Anaheim) LB Sr.
Freddy Holly (Norte Vista, Riverside) RB Sr.
Darnay Holmes (Calabasas) WR/DB Jr.
Greg Holt (Linfield Christian, Temecula) LB Sr.
Theo Howard (Westlake, Westlake Village) WR Sr.
Kevin Howell (Thousand Oaks) WR Sr.
Jacob Huff (San Juan Hills, San Juan Capistrano) WR Jr.
Shane Irwin (Palos Verdes, PV Estates) DL Jr.
Chase Jasmin (Westlake, Westlake Village) RB Sr.
Tim Jimenez (Carpinteria) DB Sr.
Brock Johnson (Mission Viejo) QB Sr.
Dwayne Johnson (Vista Murrieta, Murrieta) DB Sr.
Josh Johnson (Kaiser, Fontana) RB Sr.
Cameron Jones (Harvard-Westlake) WR/DB Soph.
Jack Jones (Poly, Long Beach) WR/DB Sr.
Mique Juarez (North, Torrance) QB/RB/LB Sr.
George Krantz (St. Margeret’s, San Juan Capistrano) QB Jr.
Brandon LaMarche (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) RB Sr.
Leo Lambert (Notre Dame, Sherman Oaks) RB Sr.
Jaylen Larry (Oaks Christian, Westlake Village) OL Sr.
Sei-J Luago (La Mirada) RB Sr.
Zari Leacock (Crespi, Encino) DB Sr.
Dymond Lee (Chaminade, West Hills) WR/QB Sr.
Jordan Leonard (Brethren Christian, Huntington Beach) RB Jr.
Elijah Lilly (Cajon, San Bernardino) DB Sr.
Darreon Lockett (Pomona) QB/RB Sr.
David Long (Loyola, Los Angeles) DB Sr.
Logan Lukenbill (Desert, Edwards AFB) RB Sr.
Zach Markworth (Citrus Hill, Perris) LB Sr.
Frank Martin (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) OL Sr.
Marc Martin (Atascadero) RB Sr.
Perry Martin (Thousand Oaks) RB Sr.
Raymond Matelau (Upland) OL Sr.
Dru Mathis (Buena, Ventura) LB Sr.
Alexander Mattison (San Bernardino) RB Sr.
Angel Matute (Rancho Cucamonga) QB Sr.
Landry Mauney (Citrus Hill, Perris) OL Sr.

Mater Dei TE/LB Curtis Robinson will play next at Stanford. Photo: Miguel Vasconcellos/OCSidelines.com.

Mater Dei TE/LB Curtis Robinson will play next at Stanford. Photo: Miguel Vasconcellos/OCSidelines.com.

Sawyer May (Arroyo Grande) QB Jr.
Connor McBride (Woodbridge, Irvine) RB Jr.
Javon McKinley (Centennial, Corona) WR Sr.
Brandon McKinney (Orange Lutheran) DB Jr.
Sean McGrew (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) RB Sr.
Isaac Mendibles (Montebello) RB Sr.
Bradley Mickey (Arroyo Grande) DB Sr.
Devon Modster (Tesoro, Rancho SM) QB Sr.
Marcus Moore (Crespi, Encino) OL Sr.
Daniel Moraga (Pacifica, Oxnard) DB/WR Jr.
Kyle Morales (Charter Oak, Covina) OL Sr.
Mason Mulvihill (Culver City) WR Sr.
Chris Murray (Lawndale) QB/RB Sr.
Cedric Muzik (Redondo, Redondo Beach) DL Sr.
Dexter Myers (Maranatha, Sierra Madre) DB Sr.
Nathaniel Myles (Palmdale) QB/DB Sr.
Steven Nava (Rosemead) QB Sr.
Areg Nazarian (St. Francis, La Canada) RB Sr.
Dante Nepa (Viewpoint, Calabasas) WR Sr.
Tyler Nevens (Los Altos, Hacienda Heights) RB Jr.
Andrew Nielsen (Hart, Newhall) P Sr.
J.T. Northington (Lutheran, Orange) MP/QB Sr.
Patrick O’Brien (San Juan Hills, SJ Capistrano) QB Sr.
Brett Ojiyi (West, Torrance) RB Sr.
Jacob Olesniewicz (Claremont) PK Sr.
Will Olvera (Palm Springs) QB Sr.
Austin Osborne (Mission Viejo) WR Soph.
Humberto Pantoja (Arroyo, El Monte) QB Sr.
Colby Parkinson (Oaks Christian, Westlake Village) TE Jr.
Francisco Perez (Baldwin Park) OL Sr.
Brent Peus (Santa Barbara) QB Sr.
Michael Pittman (Oaks Christian, Westlake Village) WR/DB Sr.
Lee Pitts (Oaks Christian, Westlake Village) DB Sr.
C.J. Pollard (Serra, Gardena) DB Sr.
David Potts (Roosevelt, Eastvale) DL Sr.
Dominic Ramirez (Azusa) WR Sr.
Brandon Rankins (Aquinas, San Bernardino) RB Soph.
Jaylon Redd (Rancho Cucamonga) DB Jr.
Zikel Reddick (Grace Brethren, Simi Valley) RB/LB Sr.
James Reeder III (Rancho Verde, Moreno Valley) LB Sr.
Cameron Rising (Newbury Park) QB Soph.
Camron Rivas (La Habra) LB Jr.
Ryan Rivera (Montebello) RB/ATH Sr.
Curtis Robinson (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) LB Sr.
Casey Roddick (St. Bonaventure, Ventura) OL/DL Jr.
Fernando Romero (Channel Islands, Oxnard) DB/KR Sr.
Fidel Romo (Banning) P Sr.
Anthony Rosales (Chino Hills) LB Sr.
Prince Ross (La Habra) WR Jr.
Andrew Ryan (Crean Lutheran, Irvine) OL Sr.
Liam Ryan (Damien, La Verne) OL Sr.
Michael Saffell (Edison, Huntington Beach) OL Jr.
Keanu Saleapaga (La Mirada) DL Sr.
Aiden Santino (San Marino) WR Sr.
Terrell Sayles (Santiago, Corona) LB Sr.
Jamal Scott (Rancho Verde, Moreno Valley) RB Sr.
Tucker Scott (San Clemente) OL Sr.
Brendan Schooler (Mission Viejo) DB Sr.
Colin Schooler (Mission Viejo) LB Jr.
Gil Scott-Jackson (Oaks Christian, Westlake Village) RB Sr.

Darius Vines had 340 yards passing and five TDs in St. Bonaventure's win vs. Redlands East Valley. Photo: @UTRScouting (Twitter.com).

Darius Vines had 340 yards passing and five TDs in St. Bonaventure’s win vs. Redlands East Valley. Photo: @UTRScouting (Twitter.com).

Nick Shanks (St. Margaret’s) WR/DB Sr.
J.P. Shohfi (San Marino) WR Sr.
Brandon Shook (Westlake, Westlake Village) DL Sr.
Matt Shotwell (Bishop Diego, Santa Barbara) LB Sr.
Trevon Sidney (Bishop Amat, La Puente) DB Sr.
Jed Smith (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) LB Sr.
Nathan Smith (Murrieta Mesa, Murrieta) OL Sr.
Mike Sorraco (Bishop Diego, Santa Barbara) RB Sr.
Cade Sparks (Summit, Fontana) QB Sr.
Marquis Spiker (Murrieta Valley, Murrieta) WR Soph.
John Stamos (Villa Park) LB Jr.
A.J. Stanley (Hart, Newhall) DB Sr.
Osiris St. Brown (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) WR Jr.
Jalen Starks (Crespi, Encino) RB Sr.
Alec Stevenson (Calabasas) LB Sr.
Alec Stewart (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM) DL Sr.
Melquise Stovall (Paraclete, Lancaster) RB Sr.
Sultaan Sullivan (Serrano, Phelan) RB Sr.
Ben Sukut (Capistrano Valley Christian, SJ Capistrano) WR Sr.
Robby Swanson (Brethren Christian) OL Sr.
Torreahno Sweet (Bishop Amat, La Puente) RB Sr.
Jarrell Sykes (San Dimas) RB Jr.
Khalil Tate (Serra, Gardena) QB/RB Sr.
Toa Taua (Lompoc) DL Soph.
Tau Tauaese (El Segundo) RB/DB Jr.
J.J. Taylor (Centennial, Corona) RB Sr.
Zach Taylor (Buena Park) QB Sr.
Jack Telenko (Los Alamitos) QB Sr.
Matt Terlizzi (Bishop Amat, La Puente) LB Sr.
Dylan Thigpen (Damien, La Verne) RB Jr.
Bryan Thompson (Rancho Verde, Moreno Valley) Ath. Jr.
Josh Thompson (Colony, Ontario) QB/RB Sr.
Mateo Thompson (Murrieta Mesa, Murrieta) PK Sr.
Matthew Thompson (Arrowhead Christian, Redlands) WR/DB Sr.
Lokeni Toailoa (Carter, Rialto) LB Sr.
Mykal Tolliver (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) DB Sr.
Frankie Tostado (Camarillo) WR Sr.
Andrew Tovar (Cathedral, Los Angeles) QB Jr.
Duy Tran-Sampson (Claremont) RB Jr.
Chacho Ulloa (Centennial, Corona) DB Sr.
Ansalem Umeh (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) WR/KR Sr.
Shemiah Unutoa-Whitson (Cajon, San Bernardino) DE Sr.
Andrew Valencia (Serrano, Phelan) DB Sr.
Edward Vander (Paramount) RB Sr.
Tyler Vaughns (Bishop Amat, La Puente) WR Sr.
Daevon Vigilant (Downey) RB Sr.
Jason Villa (Arroyo, El Monte) LB Jr.
Darius Vines (St. Bonaventure, Ventura) QB/RB Sr.
Victor Viramontes (Norco) QB Sr.
Brett Virgil (Heritage, Menifee) QB/RB Sr.
Darrius Vukobradovich (Grace Brethren, Simi Valley) DB Sr.
Blake Walls (Serra, Gardena) LB Sr.
Terry Wambolt (Nipomo) LB Sr.
Caleb Watkins (Glendora) PK Sr.
Luke Wattenberg (JSerra, SJ Capistrano) OL Sr.
Mark Wicke (San Marino) LB Sr.
Avery Williams (JSerra, San Juan Capistrano) DB Sr.
Kyle Williams (Vista Murrieta, Murrieta) WR/ATH Sr.
Addarius Wilson (Morningside, Inglewood) DB/MP Sr.
Jordan Yancy (Warren, Downey) QB/ATH Sr.
Bryce Youngquist (Los Osos, Rancho Cucamonga) LB Sr.
Wyatt Zambri (Camarillo) DE Sr.
Ian Zamudio (Notre Dame, Riverside) RB/DB Jr.
Logan Zylstra (Bonita, La Verne) DL Jr.

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8 Comments

  1. Tom Schooler
    Posted January 4, 2016 at 12:29 pm | Permalink

    Brenden and Colin Schooler are from Mission Viejo High School, not from Trabuco Hills.
    Thank you.

    • Ray
      Posted January 5, 2016 at 1:12 pm | Permalink

      Forgive CIF for making the mistake. Its hard to keep up when the kids transfer to a new school every year……….IJS!!

      • Joe
        Posted January 12, 2016 at 2:12 pm | Permalink

        This is GOLDEN! High five, Ray! 4 years, 4 schools. #loyalty

  2. Gabe
    Posted January 4, 2016 at 9:36 pm | Permalink

    La mirada high school players are over rated and in a terrible divison. They play three top schools and got murdered. Cerritos, norwalk, John glen, bellflower, artesia.. Come on those are so horrible..None of there players should be considered for a nomination..

    • Stooh
      Posted January 4, 2016 at 10:32 pm | Permalink

      Gabe…. Eat a fat one!

    • Deebo
      Posted January 5, 2016 at 7:10 am | Permalink

      Wait…There RB Sei J had around 50 total yards and a TD against Bosco(was ranked #1 in the country for sometime) Over 110 yards against MD and then over 150 yards against San Clemente. So those stats look pretty dam good to me Against those top schools. Almost every team got murdered against Bosco. And so that is why Gabe, you’re not voting for these kids because your kid or family member didn’t make the list and the LM kids did. **Whispers** he was probably overrated… And yea, so like Stooh said…. Eat a fat one!

    • Hate Haters
      Posted January 5, 2016 at 9:37 am | Permalink

      Really Gabe?!?!?!? What about all the Playoff Teams that LM Played, killed them!!!! These are supposed to be the best teams in the Southeast SS and State!!! What??? did LM get Lucky for 6 playoff games??? Point differential in the playoffs was something like 237 to 63!!! LM is a Good Team are they in the same league as Corona Centennial and De La Salle, of course not. But that does not mean they are terrible, that means SJB should have very few kids on the list too and I guess by your logic none of those kids that lost to LM should be on this list or the teams that did not even make it to the finals because they lost too?!?!?! There is probably 20-25 of those kids on this List!!!! You are a Joke!!! All these kids deserve to be on this list!!!! They worked their tails off and accomplished what few are able to do…. Think about what you are saying before you write it down!!!

      • Ray
        Posted January 5, 2016 at 1:10 pm | Permalink

        Hold your horses Hate Haters. La Mirada is not in the same universe as Corona Centennial or De La Salle. Much props love and respect for winning your CIF division and State division but your squad would not be able to handle the Huskies of Corona Centennial or De La Salle. Centennial beat Bosco 2 years in a row and LM got worked by Bosco. Lets keep things in perspective here. On the flip side your boys from LM who are on this list deserve to be here as do all of the boys mentioned on this list.

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