All-State Football: 2nd, 3rd, 4th Teams

Six of the players who have been selected to the second team overall for all-state 2015 are Roman Ale of Narbonne, Brock Johnson of Mission Viejo, Justin Rice of Modesto Central Catholic, J.P. Shohfi of San Marino, Akil Jones of San Jose Valley Christian and Christian Haangana of Milpitas. Photos: OCSidelines.com, Mark Tennis, Twitter.com & 49ers.com.

Six of the players who have been selected to the second team overall for all-state 2015 are Roman Ale of Narbonne, Brock Johnson of Mission Viejo, Justin Rice of Modesto Central Catholic, J.P. Shohfi of San Marino, Akil Jones of San Jose Valley Christian and Christian Haangana of Milpitas. Photos: OCSidelines.com, Mark Tennis, Twitter.com & 49ers.com.


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Note: Thanks to Paul Muyskens for some of the writeups; thanks to Ronnie Flores & Harold Abend for input about some of the players. We still have more all-state football picks coming as well with our second All-State All-Academic teams.

Poly's super-quick receiver Jackie Jones is another in a great group of wideouts in the state this year. Photo: Willie Eashman.

Long Beach Poly’s super-quick receiver Jackie Jones is another in a great group of wideouts in the state this year. Photo: Willie Eashman.


SECOND TEAM OVERALL OFFENSE

WR Theo Howard (Westlake, Westlake Village) 6-0, 175, Sr.

WR Jack Jones (Long Beach Poly, Long Beach) 6-2, 175, Sr.

WR J.P. Shohfi (San Marino) 6-1, 180, Sr.

OL Alex Akingbulu (Narbonne, Harbor City) 6-5, 265, Sr.

OL Logan Bathke (Lutheran, Orange) 6-6, 260, Sr.

OL Matt Brayton (Bishop Amat, La Puente) 6-5, 310, Sr.

OL Cohl Cabral (Los Osos, Rancho Cucamonga) 6-5, 255, Sr.

OL Christian Haangana (Milpitas) 6-7, 380, Sr.

QB Brock Johnson (Mission Viejo) 6-2, 185, Sr.

RB Justin Rice (Central Catholic, Modesto) 6-2, 210, Sr.

RB Nathan Stinson (Helix, La Mesa) 5-7, 180, Sr.

PK Evan Rios (Madera) 5-9, 180, Sr.

Lamar Jackson was forced to concentrate more on offense this season due to injuries on his team, but remained a popular target for college recruiters as a defensive back. Photo: James K. Leash/SportStars.

Lamar Jackson was forced to concentrate more on offense this season due to injuries on his team, but remained a popular target for college recruiters as a defensive back. Photo: James K. Leash/SportStars.


SECOND TEAM OVERALL DEFENSE

DL Jacob Callier (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) 6-3, 245, Jr.

DL Akil Jones (Valley Christian, San Jose) 6-1, 220, Sr.

DL Damon Wiley (De La Salle, Concord) 6-0, 230, Sr.

LB Lawson Hall (Narbonne, Harbor City) 6-1, 215, Sr.

LB Kevin Meitzenheimer (Moreno Valley) 6-2, 225, Sr.

LB Zeke Noa (Helix, La Mesa) 6-1, 220, Jr.

LB Curtis Robinson (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 6-3, 205, Sr.

DB Taveon Beck (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) 5-10, 175, Sr.

DB Lamar Jackson (Franklin, Elk Grove) 6-3, 210, Sr.

DB C.J. Pollard (Serra, Gardena) 6-1, 185, Sr.

DB Chacho Ulloa (Centennial, Corona) 6-1, 190, Sr.

P Jared Porter (Redlands) 5-11, 180, Sr.

SECOND TEAM OVERALL MULTI-PURPOSE

QB/RB Eric Barriere (La Habra) 6-0, 190, Sr.

QB/RB Anthony Catalano (Centennial, Corona) 5-9, 170, Sr.

QB/RB Jake Constantine (Camarillo) 6-3, 190, Sr.

QB/RB Quentin Davis (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) 6-2, 200, Sr.

QB/RB Max Gilliam (Thousand Oaks) 6-2, 195, Sr.

QB/RB Jake Jeffrey (Folsom) 6-0, 180, Sr.

Brad Mickey was chosen as the San Luis Obispo County Player of the Year. The Arroyo Grande WR/DB was inadvertently left off the all-state medium schools team but made it to third team overall. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Brad Mickey was chosen as the San Luis Obispo County Player of the Year. The Arroyo Grande WR/DB was inadvertently left off the all-state medium schools team but made it to third team overall. Photo: Mark Tennis.


THIRD TEAM OVERALL OFFENSE

WR Devaughn Cooper (Narbonne, Harbor City) 6-0, 175, Sr.
OL Zach Aylor (Mission Viejo) 6-4, 295, Sr.
OL Jacob Capra (Placer, Auburn) 6-6, 260, Sr.
OL Jacob Curhan (Redwood, Larkspur) 6-7, 305, Sr.
OL Dante Harrington (San Clemente) 6-3, 285, Sr.
OL Tucker Scott (San Clemente) 6-5, 275, Sr.
QB K.J. Costello (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM) 6-4, 200, Sr.
RB Rashaan Fontenette (Oak Grove, San Jose) 5-9, 185, Sr.
RB Romello Harris (Tulare) 5-10, 180, Sr.
RB Elijah Preston (St. Augustine, San Diego) 5-6, 180, Sr.
RB Torreahno Sweet (Bishop Amat, La Puente) 5-9, 185, Sr.
PK Matt Araiza (Rancho Bernardo, San Diego) 6-1, 170, Soph.

THIRD TEAM OVERALL DEFENSE

DL Carter Hartmann (Mission Viejo) 6-3, 265, Sr.
DL Chase Hatada (Rocklin) 6-3, 255, Sr.
DL Alec Stewart (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM) 6-5, 240, Sr.
LB Jacob Bergstrom (Bellarmine, San Jose) 6-3, 225, Sr.
LB Troy Cassidy (Carlsbad) 6-3, 215, Sr.
LB Josh Hokit (Clovis) 6-2, 215, Sr.
LB Tyson Maeva (Cathedral Catholic, San Diego) 6-0, 225, Sr.
DB Brad Mickey (Arroyo Grande) 5-10, 180, Sr.
DB Charlie Ramirez (Pittsburg) 5-11, 185, Sr.
DB Mekhi Ware (Culver City) 6-0, 175, Jr.
DB Troy Warner (Mission Hills, San Marcos) 6-2, 180, Sr.
P Grayson Farnham (Del Norte, San Diego) 6-1, 170, Sr.

THIRD TEAM OVERALL MULTI-PURPOSE

QB/RB Roman Ale (Narbonne, Harbor City) 6-2, 180, Sr.
WR/DB Brandon Burton (Serra, Gardena) 6-1, 190, Sr.
QB/RB Devon Modster (Tesoro, Las Flores) 6-2, 215, Sr.
QB/DB Victor Viramontes (Norco) 6-1, 215, Sr.
QB/RB/DB Lawrence White (Ridgeview, Bakersfield) 6-0, 175, Sr.
WR/KR Kyle Williams (Vista Murrieta, Murrieta) 6-0, 175, Sr.

QB Cal Bard led Napa to unbeaten regular season and was selected as Napa County Player of the Year. Photo: Rick Manahan/NapaValleySports.com.

QB Cal Bard led Napa to unbeaten regular season and was selected as Napa County Player of the Year. Photo: Rick Manahan/NapaValleySports.com.


ALL-STATE SPECIAL MENTION (FOURTH TEAM)
(Seniors only; Large Schools Only; Alphabetical; 70 players)

LB Keanu Andrade (De La Salle, Concord)
OL Jasaan Andrews (Skyline, Oakland)
DL Kevin Atkins (Vista Murrieta, Murrieta)
QB/RB Michael Austin (Helix, La Mesa)
QB/RB Cal Bard (Napa)
LB Krys Barnes (Liberty, Bakersfield)
LB Kobie Beltram (Antioch)
RB Beau Bisharat (Jesuit, Carmichael)
DB Kelly Blake (Loyola, Los Angeles)
DB Justin Burrage (Del Oro, Loomis)
DB Camryn Bynum (Centennial, Corona)
DB/KR Myles Bryant (Loyola, Los Angeles)
RB Deshawn Collins (Grant, Sacramento)
RB Marcel Dancy (West, Tracy)
DB Tyran Daniels (Downey, Modesto)
QB/PK Louis Eusebi (Saugus)
RB Demetric Felton (Great Oak, Temecula)
TE Cole Fotheringham (San Clemente)
RB Devin Floyd (Citrus Hill, Perris)
RB Jacob Fimbres (Sonora, La Habra)
RB/DB Isaiah Floyd (Foothill, Pleasanton)
DB/KR Antonio Frazier (San Pedro)
RB/WR Isaiah Gable (Arleta)
LB/TE Matt Gates (Foothill, Pleasanton)
LB Kevin Glajchen (St. Francis, Mountain View)
RB Jay Green (Beyer, Modesto)
LB William Hackenberg (Chino Hills)
OL Paula Hafoka (Centennial, Corona)
LB Josh Hokit (Clovis)
QB/RB Marcus Howard (Wood, Vacaville)
OL Keith Ismael (Sacred Heart Cathedral, S.F.)
RB Gil-Scott Jackson (Oaks Christian, Westlake Village)
RB Ray Jackson (Clayton Valley, Concord)
QB Sean Kuenzinger (Clovis)
RB Brandon LaMarche (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
OL Jaylen Larry (Oak Christian, Westlake Village)
RB/DB Kelepi Lataimua (Serra, San Mateo)
WR/QB Dymond Lee (Chaminade, West Hills)
QB Jordan Love (Liberty, Bakersfield)
WR/DB Kyle Macauley (Bellarmine, San Jose)
QB/RB Troy Martig (Bellarmine, San Jose)
QB/RB Angel Matute (Rancho Cucamonga)
QB Patrick O’Brien (San Juan Hills, SJ Capistrano)
DB Jordan Parker (Pittsburg)
DB Jake Peralta (Clayton Valley, Concord)
LB James Reeder (Rancho Verde, Moreno Valley)
OL Trevor Reinwald (Elk Grove)
RB Sean Riley (Narbonne, Harbor City)
RB Sterling Salguero (Birmingham, Lake Balboa)
WR/DB Brendon Schooler (Mission Viejo)
RB Jamal Scott (Rancho Verde, Moreno Valley)
DL Brandon Shook (Westlake, Westlake Village)
LB Jed Smith (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
OL Matt Smith (St. John Bosco, Bellflower)
WR Noah Sol (Monte Vista, Danville)
QB/RB Anthony Sweeney (De La Salle, Concord)
LB Justus Te’i (Mission Hills, San Marcos)
RB Harold Tidwell (Concord)
LB Lokeni Toiloa (Carter, Rialto)
DB Matt Torres (Folsom)
RB/DB Anu Tuiono (Oak Grove, San Jose)
KR Aidan Verba-Hamilton (Riordan, San Francisco)
QB/RB Darius Vines (St. Bonaventure, Ventura)
QB/K Brett Virgil (Heritage, Menifee)
LB Blake Walls (Serra, Gardena)
RB Charles Williams (Bullard, Fresno)
RB/DB/KR Josh Wise (Wilson, Long Beach)
LB Jihad Woods (Helix, La Mesa)
DL Chris Yaghi (Foothill, Tustin)
DL Bryson Young (Buchanan, Clovis)

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2 Comments

  1. Quincy Baldwin
    Posted February 2, 2016 at 11:29 pm | Permalink

    Hats off to all that made the teams! Good job!
    Now I can’t believe that Devin Baldwin of Cordova High School did not make any of these teams. Especially offensive player….
    #2 in the state for regular season yards over 1700, only 8 yards short of state record for receiving yards, 20 touchdowns, about 90 receptions, had a 300 plus yard receiving game….how he got left out? Was it because team didn’t make playoffs? Not mad just asking

    • Mark Tennis
      Posted February 4, 2016 at 11:16 pm | Permalink

      It wasn’t because team didn’t make playoffs. It was because Quincy wasn’t first team or second team WR by Sac Bee. We didn’t pick any of the Sac Bee first team or second team WRs, either. Just a very great group of WRs in state this year.

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