Cal-Hi Sports End of The Year

CAL-HI SPORTS STATE
OFFENSIVE END OF THE YEAR
(2001 was the first time it was chosen at the conclusion of the season; all previous selections have been made retroactively through research by Cal-Hi Sports Senior Editor Ronnie Flores.)

2019 — John Humphreys (Corona Del Mar, Newport Beach)
2018 — Bru McCoy (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
2017 — Marquis Spiker (Murrieta Valley, Murrieta)
2016 — Marquis Spiker (Murrieta Valley, Murrieta) Jr.
2015 — Michael Pittman (Oaks Christian)
2014 — Javon McKinley (Centennial, Corona) Jr.
2013 — Michiah Quick (Central, Fresno)
2012 — Thomas Duarte (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
2011 — Deontay Greeberry (Washington, Easton)
2010 — George Farmer (Serra, Gardena)
2009 — Robert Woods (Serra, Gardena)
2008 — Robert Woods (Serra, Gardena) Jr.
2007 — Blake Ayles (Lutheran, Orange)
2006 — Dominque Vinson (Edison, Huntington Beach)
2005 — David Ausberry (Lemoore)
2004 — Desean Jackson (Poly, Long Beach)
2003 — Anthony Celestine (Burroughs, Ridgecrest)
2002 — Steve Smith (Taft, Woodland Hills)
2001 — Steve Smith (Taft, Woodland Hills) Jr.
2000 — Steve Smith (Taft, Woodland Hills) Soph.
1999 — Paris Warren (Grant, Sacramento)
1998 — Jerry Owens (Hart, Newhall)
1997 — Joey Cuppari (Westlake, Westlake Village)
1996 — Rod Perry (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
1995 — LaCorey Collins (Skyline, Oakland)
1994 — Brad Melsby (Los Alamitos)
1993 — Torlando Bolden (Santa Barbara)
1992 — Andrew Vessel (Kennedy, Richmond)
1991 — Amani Toomer (De La Salle, Concord)
1990 — Latario Rachal (Carson)
1989 — Michael Ross (Carson)
1988 — Bryan Brown (Yuba City)
1987 — Michael Smalls (Eisenhower, Rialto)
1986 — Junior Seau (Oceanside)
1985 — Hubert Turner (Schurr, Montebello)
1984 — Travis Knox (San Dieguito, Encinitas)
1983 — Eric Snelson (Antioch)
1982 — Eric McKee (Banning, Wilmington)
1981 — Pete Sartini (Bullard, Fresno)
1980 — Emile Harry (Fountain Valley)
1979 — Mike Young (Mt. Whitney, Visalia)
1978 — Malcolm Moore (San Fernando)
1977 — Tim Wrightman (Mary Star, San Pedro)
1976 — Hosea Fortune (Beverly Hills)
1975 — Rick Parma (Kennedy, La Palma)
1974 — Dan Farrell (Christian Brothers, Sacramento)
1973 — George Freitas (Redwood, Visalia)
1972 — Wesley Walker (Carson)
1971 — Wesley Walker (Carson) Jr.
1970 — John McKay (Bishop Amat, La Puente)
1969 — Lynn Swann (Serra, San Mateo)
1968 — Charles Young (Edison, Fresno)
1967 — Bain Brick (Mayfair, Lakewood)
1966 — Dale Nosworthy (Wilson, Long Beach)
1965 — Joe Schmidt (Roosevelt, Fresno)
1964 — Fair Hooker (Monrovia)
1963 — Ron Drake (El Rancho, Pico Rivera)