All-State FB: 2nd & 3rd Teams

Yes, we did get both of Santa Ana Mater Dei’s talented St. Brown brothers — senior Osiris (left) and junior Amon-Ra — onto the 2016 all-state teams. Older brother Equanimeous is playing at Notre Dame. Photos:

Here’s where to go for the 30 players who have been handed out honors for second team overall plus the next 60 who are on third team. Note that all third team honors are for seniors only and large schools only since we have had separate medium and small schools all-state teams for more than 20 years.

Note: If you want to see all of our exclusive all-state football content, including this post plus our archives of every all-state team that’s been selected, a list of some of the top freshmen players who were nominated in this cycle (still to come) and for more state record updates, that will all be for members of our Gold Club only. To see how you can sign up, CLICK HERE.

For the Gold Club Post of the All-Time All-State Football Archives (every first or second team from the Cal-Hi Sports files) since 1979, CLICK HERE.

RELATED All-State Football Content: All-State Overall First Team | All State Medium Schools | All-State Small Schools All-State Juniors All-State Sophomores

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


WR – Jamire Calvin (Cathedral, Los Angeles) 5-10, 165, Sr.
In a historically great season for the Phantoms,the Nebraska-bound Calvin shined with 86 catches for 1,312 yards and 14 TDs

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