We begin with a look at top 9th graders who came to our attention during the compilation of this year’s various teams. We also go over why we don’t have a separate tight end position guaranteed to be on every team plus why a third team was added to medium schools.
For this year’s First Team Offense plus three of six multi-purpose players,
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MORE OF OUR 43RD ANNUAL ALL-STATE FOOTBALL TEAMS:
Small Schools| Medium Schools | Juniors (Gold Club) | Sophomores (Gold Club) | Players of Year by positions (QB, RB, End, Line, LB, DB) | FINAL All-State Nominations for CIFSS plus LA, SD & Central plus NorCal
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As usual with some parents just coming into the high school scene, we had questions about an all-state freshman team. There’s never been one in 40 years of doing these teams because we’ve learned that many of the best players from future seasons have simply not played much yet at major programs like Mater Dei, St. John Bosco, De La Salle, Long Beach Poly and elsewhere. It’s also hard enough to find qualified, legit all-state level sophomore linemen so spending the extra time doing the same for freshmen just isn’t possible.