All-State FB 2020-21: Small Schools

State D4 Team of the Year Sacred Heart Prep and State D5 Team of the Year Tri-City Christian both land multiple players onto these first and second teams. State Small Schools Player of the Year J.T. Thompson of Harvard-Westlake also has a teammate that joins him as an all-state honoree. These teams also include state’s reported scoring and tackling leaders.

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The 42nd annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams are continuing this week with players selected for small schools and medium schools with the overall top 30s still to come. We know it’s strange to be still doing 2020-21 football honors in June, but the thought of not doing the same for the players of this school year compared to the others who had no idea how a worldwide pandemic would be so disruptive just never entered our minds. These players 10 years from now or 20 years from now deserve to look at our archives just like some of their dads do today.

Note: Schools broken down into large, medium and small based on section playoff divisions but also on where they’ve been traditionally. We also will not generally consider a school close to or above 1,500 enrollment small school at all no matter what section or state playoff division that school is placed. This means schools like El Monte or Lincoln of San Francisco, which won CIF SoCal or CIF state titles in 2019, can’t ever be a “small” school. Medium, yes. Small, no. Many of the CIF L.A. City Section playoff teams, including D2 and D3, can’t be small schools, either, for same reason.

Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football
Small Schools


WR Trey Blackford (Tri-City Christian, Vista) 5-11, 175, Sr.
WR Marcus Powe (La Salle, Pasadena) 6-2, 185, Sr.
WR J.T. Thompson (Harvard-Westlake, Studio City) 6-1, 175, Jr.
OL Angel Bravo (Orland) 6-4, 300, Sr.
OL Daniel Callison (Village Christian, Sun Valley) 6-3, 295, Sr.
OL Ricky Freymond (Ontario Christian) 6-5, 260, Sr.
OL Nate Maier (Rim of the World, Lake Arrowhead) 6-6, 295, Jr.
OL Ben Torres (Caruthers) 6-3, 315, Sr.
QB Teddy Purcell (Sacred Heart Cathedral, Atherton) 6-1, 195, Sr.
RB Stephen Britton (Santa Fe Christian, Solana Beach) 6-0, 215, Sr.
RB Shavon Gramps-Green (Biggs) 6-1, 180, Sr.
PK Nathan Kunz (Mariposa County, Mariposa) 6-1, 175, Sr.


DL Baraquel Fimbres (Vincent Memorial, Calexico) 6-1, 235, Sr.
DL Jordan Guzman (Corcoran) 6-1, 200, Sr.
DL Elijah Satcher (Salesian, Richmond) 6-4, 235, Sr.
DL Ashton Wagner (Paradise) 6-2, 260, Jr.
LB Keanu Kuma (Washington, Easton) 6-1, 225, Jr.
LB Ryder Marten (Holtville) 6-3, 200, Sr.
LB Garrett McCray (East Nicolaus, Nicolaus) 6-3, 230, Jr.
DB Dominic Castaneda (Liberty, Madera Ranchos) 5-8, 165, Jr.
DB Kannon Gibson (Sutter) 5-11, 165, Sr.
DB Kaleb Stamps (Arrowhead Christian, Redlands) 6-1, 190, Sr.
DB Kyle Watson (Sutter) 6-1, 180, Sr.


LB/RB Luke Anderson (Escalon) 5-11, 210, Sr.
WR/DB Dante Antonini (St. Vincent de Paul, Petaluma) 6-2, 200, Jr.
QB/RB/DB Cameron Carr (Gridley) 6-0, 180, Sr.
RB/LB Tristan Hofmann (Half Moon Bay) 6-0, 175, Sr.
RB/LB Camdan McWright (St. Genevieve, Panorama City) 6-1, 190, Jr.
WR/LB Noah Short (King’s Academy, Sunnyvale) 6-1, 175, Sr.
QB/RB/P Noah Waldeck (Tri-City Christian, Vista) 6-4, 200, Sr.

Note: No punter was named for this group since one of the multi-purpose selections also was an outstanding punter.


WR Daniel Rosenberg (La Jolla Country Day) 6-2, 195, Sr.
TE Derek Taylor (Hilmar) 6-7, 215, Soph.
OL Peter Desler (Sacred Heart Prep, Atherton) 6-3, 250, Sr.
OL Preston Dimes (Half Moon Bay) 6-0, 210, Sr.
OL Kai Faucher (Harvard-Westlake, Studio City) 6-5, 250, Soph.
OL Ivan Ibarra (St. Patrick-St. Vincent, Vallejo) 6-3, 290, Sr.
QB Jace Buck (Durham) 6-2, 220, Sr.
QB Trent Calvert (Dos Palos) 6-0, 180, Jr.
RB Dominic Martinez (Orosi) 5-7, 165, Sr.
RB Tyler Harrison (Paradise) 6-1, 180, Jr.
RB James Sherman (Linden) 5-11, 190, Sr.
PK Joe Repass (Union Mine, El Dorado) 5-10, 160, Sr.


DL John Carter (Sacred Heart Prep, Atherton) 6-0, 170, Sr.
DL Conner Gilbreath (University Prep, Redding) 6-4, 250, Jr.
DL Jaeden Moore (Central Valley Chr., Visalia) 6-4, 225, Soph.
DL Riley Morris (St. Genevieve, Panorama City) 6-1, 215, Sr.
DL Chris Whitney (West Valley, Cottonwood) 6-2, 290, Sr.
LB Chris Richins (Gridley) 5-9, 185, Sr.
LB Zac Sheets (Nordhoff, Ojai) 5-8, 175, Jr.
LB Luca Torti (Santa Fe Christian, Solana Beach) 6-1, 190, Jr.
DB Hayden Boyes (West Valley, Cottonwood) 5-11, 160, Sr.
DB Josh Ortiz (Arrowhead Christian, Redlands) 5-6, 160, Sr.
DB Marcus Smith (Mountain Empire) 6-2, 190, Sr.


QB/RB/DB Cameron Carr (Gridley) 6-0, 180, Sr.
RB/DB Shane Curren (Portola) 5-11, 190, Sr.
LB/RB Daniel Cummings (Sutter) 5-9, 180, Sr.
RB/DB Alex Harding (South Fork, Miranda) 5-9, 155, Sr.
RB/LB Carson Lowrie (Winters) 6-1, 215, Sr.
QB/RB Seth Miguel (Hilmar) 6-2, 205, Sr.
QB/RB Richie Munoz (La Salle, Pasadena) 6-0, 175, Soph.
RB/WR Kamron Randell-Taylor (Riverside Prep, Oro Valley) 5-11, 190, Soph.

J.T. Thompson (Harvard-Westlake, Studio City) WR

Ryan Reynolds (Sutter)

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  1. Jovon Grandison
    Posted June 6, 2021 at 11:29 am | Permalink

    So you mean to tell me I was ranked #1 in my county, 21st in the state, and lead the county in yards per catch, receiving yards, and was 2nd in the county for touchdowns and I made no list. LOL

    • Mark Tennis
      Posted June 6, 2021 at 6:58 pm | Permalink

      You’re not on MaxPreps so don’t know what stats you are referring to and you’re from a team that lost to Nordhoff 48-0. Sending pissed off messages after the fact helps no one. Maybe if someone sent something in beforehand about you (like a coach) perhaps you would have gotten something. Too late now.

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