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All-Hillsborough County football team

Jesuit running back Malik Davis (Scott Purks, Special to the Times)

Jesuit running back Malik Davis (Scott Purks, Special to the Times)

Offensive Player of the Year: Malik Davis, Sr., Jesuit

Defensive Player of the Year: Thomas Allen, Sr., Plant

Coach of the Year: Dominick Ciao, Berkeley Prep

Offense

First team

QB Dane Frantzen, Sr., Plant

RB Devan Barrett, Sr., Tampa Catholic

RB Gordon Stetson, Sr., Berkeley Prep

RB Andrew Cunningham, Jr., Cambridge Christian

RB Brian Snead, Jr., Armwood

OL Nicholas Petit-Frere, Jr., Berkeley Prep

OL Richard Gouraige, Jr., Cambridge Christian

OL Jean Marcellus, Sr., Jefferson

OL Jake Moore, Sr., Jesuit

OL Bryce Jenkins, Sr., Plant

WR Whop Philyor, Sr., Plant

WR Daquon Green, Sr., Tampa Bay Tech

ATH Tyrese Spain, Jr., Jefferson

KR J'Kobi Reddick, Sr., Cambridge Christian

K Noah Ruggles, Sr., Steinbrenner

Second team

QB Michael Penix Jr., Jr., Tampa Bay Tech

RB Tyrell Carter, Sr., Seffner Christian

RB Treshaun Ward, So., Plant City

RB DJ Williams, Sr., Bloomingdale

OL Mike Swenson, Sr., Jesuit

OL Dez Bessent, Sr., Sickles

OL Gordon Sandorf, Sr., Blake

OL Jacquez Lilite, Sr., Armwood

OL John Waliga, Sr., Armwood

TE Jermaine Eskridge, Jr., Jefferson

WR Brandon Myers, Sr., Durant

WR Dontavius Smith, So., Jefferson

ATH Cameron Myers, Jr., Durant

KR Carson Kaleo, Sr., Steinbrenner

K Aaron Quiambao, Jr., Jefferson

Defense

First team

DL Zachary Carter, Sr., Hillsborough

DL Malcolm Lamar, Jr., Armwood

DL Anthony Nelson, Jr., Jesuit

LB Braden Gilby, Jr., Jesuit

LB Demetrius Powell, Sr., Blake

LB James Miller, Jr., Armwood

LB Decalon Brooks, Sr., Gaither

DB Leon Gatlin, Sr., Hillsborough

DB Marterrence Holloway, Jr., Hillsborough

DB Terry Limehouse, Sr., Armwood

DB Donovan Baker, Sr., Chamberlain

UTIL Micah McFadden, Jr., Plant

PR Travell Harris, Sr., Jesuit

P Aidan Swanson, So., Jesuit

Second team

DL Jonathan King, Jr., Tampa Bay Tech

DL Judge Culpepper, Jr., Plant

DL Allah Whittaker, Jr., Armwood

LB Davis Bak, Sr., Plant

LB Zack Mayes, Sr., Berkeley Prep

LB Armand Chalk, Sr., Hillsborough

LB Steven Shipp, Sr., Spoto

DB Roshawn Mungin, Sr., Blake

DB Juwan Burgess, Sr., Plant

DB Elijah Benoit, Sr., Seffner Christian

DB Thomas Covington, Sr., Tampa Bay Tech

UTIL Jabreel Stephens, Sr., Armwood

PR Kyle Trina, Sr., Plant

P Nick Rice, Sr., Plant

Honorable mention

Alonso: Phillip Jackson, Cole Watts; Armwood: Devin Black, Erin Collins, Darrian McNeal, Warren Thompson; Bell Creek: Demani Hemley; Berkeley Prep: Dylan Brown, Davis Koetter, Zach Mathis, Sandro Maxwell; Blake: Omarion Coleman; Bryant Mccluney, Jaiden Morris; Bloomingdale: Dalton Carde, Colin Errity, Sam Skinner; Brandon: Bailey Shepherd, Dakota Trice; Cambridge Christian: Kyle Back, Aaron Pierre, Jaylin Jackson; Carrollwood Day: Markeis Colvin, Pierre Alsint; Chamberlain: Ramon Franco, Eli Saunders; Durant: Jake Harris, Jacob Ross, Reese Schaaf, Christian Valdez, Steven Witchoskey; East Bay: Bobby Brown III, Jacquez Davis; Freedom: Trent Burnett, Bryce Colee, Kalijahe Spann; Gaither: Estefano Feliciano; Hillsborough: Russell Booth, Nate Dantley Jr., Ken Montgomery Jr., CJ Williams; Jefferson: Alvin Baker, Niko Duffey, J'bril Glaze, Jesus Gonzalez, Terrell Jackson, Cade Weldon, Jesuit: Camden Bauman, Dane Belton, Daniel Boon, Nick Terrana, Kendrick Torain, John Zielinski; King: Alex Alhomsi, Adrian Flanning, Dwight Hopkins; Lennard: Jahryn Bailey, Jalen Harrison; Leto: Austin Harmon, Chase Kessler, Vashawn Jackson; Middleton: Daryl Anderson, Christopha Bell, Lonnie Tingle; Newsome: Alec Hallman, Patrick Jolly, Drew Lindbeck, Dylan Throneburg; Plant: Aaron King, Bryce Love, Ty Thompson; Plant City: Christian Austin, Cody Cribbs, Corey King, Steven Ogletree, Tydre Ward; Riverview: Javon Livingston, Zack Reddin; Robinson: Anfernee Alston, Najee Fitzgerald, Eli Morris; Seffner Christian: DJ Emsweller; Sickles: Josh Powell, Anthony Quintana, Jeff Ysma; Spoto: AJ Dicks; Steinbrenner: Brett Bitter, Dane Coleman; Strawberry Crest: Zion Carr, Cameron Hinton; Tampa Bay Tech: Levi Jackson, Jelani Lovett, Angelo Owens Jr., Anthony Payne II; Tampa Catholic: Darius Corbett, Cory Leppert, Bentlee Sanders, Austin Sessums; Wharton: Coty Meier, Justin Visconti

All-Hillsborough County football team 12/22/16 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 27, 2016 12:12pm]
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