Releasing these teams on the same day as first team overall can tend to lessen the attention that these players receive, but we do it so people know right away which ones came the closest to first team. Still, these second team players are great in their own right and we know it’s almost a guarantee that some of them will end up as better players down the road than some of the first teamers. Best example for that might be the current No. 1 receiver in the NFL, Mike Thomas of the New Orleans Saints. We also have added even more players to third team, which is for seniors only and only for large schools. Anyone can be first or second team. But since we have separate medium and small school teams, this third team does focus on seniors and large schools.
Dual-threat senior quarterback Jackson Pavitt (left) led Cardinal Newman of Santa Rosa to CIF D3-AA state title. At right is 2,300-yard senior running back Isaac Hurtado of Cypress. Photos: SportStarsMag.com & Fernando M. Donado for OC Sports Zone.
For this year’s First Team Offense plus three more multi-purpose players,
For this year’s First Team Defense plus three more multi-purpose players,
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