FB: All-State Soph List For Patches

Players who are selected to this year’s all-state teams will be able to get patches commemorating the achievement for the first time. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Congratulations to the following players listed in alphabetical order who have been selected to either first team or second team on the 2017 Cal-Hi Sports All-State Sophomore Football Teams, presented by Blast Athletics. These players and their families can now order an official 2017 all-state football patch plus you’ll get a certificate through our partners at BillyTees.com. We also wanted to post the names on a list so we’re not collecting a subscription from a parent who is only interested in seeing if their son has been picked and then finds out the son wasn’t picked.

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Elijah Badger (Folsom)
Anthony Bland (La Jolla Country Day)
Alex Bohn (Bear River)
Gary Bryant (Corona Centennial)
Nin Burns (Covina)
Quanu Campbell-Caldwell (Millikan)
Xavier Carlton (Modesto Christian)
Jaden Casey (Calabasas)
Leondre Coleman (Lompoc)
Ricky Correia (Fresno Edison)
Aidan Coulson (San Clemente)
Erik Cuellar (Covina)
Peter Delis (Garces, Bakersfield)
JimE DeYoung (Alemany)
Cole Dias (Kingsburg)
Makell Esteen (Lawndale)
Sean Evans (Eisenhower, Rialto)
Bryce Farrell (Oaks Christian)
Justin Flowe (Upland)
Jacobah Fuamatu (La Habra)
Shemar Garrett (De La Salle)
Jared Greenfield (Crenshaw, L.A.)
Gavin Hals (Montgomery, Santa Rosa)
Josh Henderson (Grace Brethren)
Angel Hernandez (Mayfair)
J.D. Hernandez (Sierra Canyon)
Justin Houston (Serra, Gardena)
John Humphreys (Corona del Mar)
Leehi Iosua (Narbonne)
Chad Johnson (Venice)
Brandon Jones (Grace Brethren)
Lance Keneley (Mission Viejo)
Justin Livingston (Paramount)
Logan Loya (Lutheran, Orange)
Jamar Marshall (St. Mary’s, Stockton)
Jermaine Marshall (Antelope Valley)
Ross Maseuli (Cathedral Catholic)
Jaden McMillan (San Joaquin Memorial)
Drake Metcalf (St. John Bosco)
Kendall Milton (Buchanan)
Myles Murao (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
Dirk Nelson (Central Valley Christian)
Daniyel Ngata (Folsom)
Elelyon Noa (Helix)
Clark Phillips (La Habra)
Elias Ricks (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
Colby Schroeder (Vasquez, Acton)
Jamar Sekona (Marin Catholic, Kentfield)
Chris Street (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
Dwight Tatum (Fresno Edison)
Damion Thompson (Northview, Covina)
Isaac Tinoisamoa (Vista)
Jakai Torres (St. Bernard, Playa del Rey)
Sefita Tupe (Serra, Gardena)
D.J. Uigalelei (St. John Bosco)
Vaenuku Vahai (Mills, Millbrae)
Johnny Wilson (Calabasas)
Bryce Young (Cathedral, Los Angeles)
Ben Yurosek (Bakersfield Christian)
Payton Zdroik (Liberty, Brentwood)


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5 Comments

  1. Bill
    Posted January 24, 2018 at 5:26 pm | Permalink

    What criteria was used to pick the kids on this list? How does Central Valley Christian RB/DB Jaalen Rening not make this list? This kids being heavily recruited already a D1 offer. Also a very successful season all league selection offense and defense. Just curious…..

    • Mark Tennis
      Posted January 24, 2018 at 11:06 pm | Permalink

      Similar criteria we’ve used for nearly 40 years. Combination of competition played, stats, players we’ve seen in person, offers, local honors, nominations from coaches and others, basically everything. It’s not a recruiting list, however, and we do have to have a certain number of players from all positions so a sophomore RB/DB from a smaller school has a tougher task. We considered Jaalen and he’s very promising. It’s not like we don’t know who he is.

      • Bill
        Posted January 26, 2018 at 3:38 pm | Permalink

        Very good information to know. Thank you for your response. Please keep your eye on this kid he is special, he does a lot on both sides of the ball for his team. Very Glad Dirk Nelson made your list kids a absolute stud.

        Thanks Billy.

  2. monte300
    Posted January 29, 2018 at 9:17 am | Permalink

    I’m a little surprised to not see DL/OL Benjamin Roe from De La Salle on any All State Sophomore lists. Downright dominant player.

  3. Sean Evans
    Posted February 11, 2018 at 6:34 am | Permalink

    Good Morning Mr. Tennis,

    I would like to Thank You for Recognizing Sean Evans with the Soph All State nod. It is refreshing to receive a Honest Evaluation of Talent without the need of Handlers or Brokers. This shows that advances can be made through Hard Work-And Hard Work does PAY OFF. Though Sean is Inspired and Extremely Motivated by this achievement He is doubly Motivated to make the Jr. 1st Team next yr! “HARD WORK BEATS TALENT EVERY TIME TALENT DOESNT WORK HARD!”

    Keep doing whatcha doin Cal-Hi and Watch as Sean does it as well!

    Thank You,
    Sean Evans

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