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All-Pinellas County football team

Clearwater's Jacquez Jones  (Lance Rothstein, Special to the Times)

Clearwater's Jacquez Jones (Lance Rothstein, Special to the Times)

Offensive Player of the Year: Jacquez Jones, Sr., Clearwater

Defensive Player of the Year: Cedric Frierson, Sr., East Lake

Coach of the Year: Max Smith, Boca Ciega


First team

QB Griffin Alstott, Sr., Northside Christian

RB Shaquan Johnson, Sr., Northeast

RB Jervon Newton, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic

RB Xavier Jackson, Sr., East Lake

RB David Dawson, Sr., Boca Ciega

OL Dillan Gibbons, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic

OL Tyler Knight, Sr., Northside Christian

OL Bryce Foxworth, Sr., Boca Ciega

OL Spencer Schmuckie, Sr., East Lake

OL Zachary Hauschild, Sr., Clearwater

WR Bryce Miller, Sr., East Lake

WR Corey Yawn, Jr., Northside Christian

ATH CJ Cotman, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic

KR J'von France, Jr., Palm Harbor University

K Ian Woodward, Jr., East Lake

Second team

QB Cameron Mouton, Sr., Palm Harbor University

RB Jarius Williams, Jr., Clearwater

RB Marcus Hooks, Jr., Northside Christian

RB Ernie Agbanlog Jr., Sr., Dixie Hollins

OL Samson Jackson, Sr., Palm Harbor University

OL Chawn Bryant, Sr., Palm Harbor University

OL John Laspada, Jr., East Lake

OL Larry Brown, Jr., Boca Ciega

OL Marcus Wynn, Sr., Northeast

TE Josh Fletcher, Sr., East Lake

WR Matt Landers, Sr., St. Petersburg

WR Sam Thompson, Sr., Boca Ciega

ATH Jalynn Williams, Jr., St. Petersburg

KR Troyvon Johnson, Jr., Lakewood

K Hayden Schuster, Jr., Palm Harbor University


First team

DL Bobby Roundtree, Sr., Largo

DL Jordon Scott, Sr., Pinellas Park

DL Jakob Rosiek, Sr., East Lake

LB Logan Doublin, Sr., Largo

LB Austin Johnson, Sr., St. Petersburg

LB Khalan Tolson, Jr., Admiral Farragut

LB Deandre Fitzhenley, Jr., Clearwater Central Catholic

DB Anthony Johnson, Jr., St. Petersburg

DB Tupac Blanch, Sr., East Lake

DB Letayveon Beaton, Sr., Boca Ciega

DB Zamari Maxwell, Sr., Pinellas Park

UTIL Tramar Reece, Sr., Clearwater

PR Janiero Crankfield, Sr., Clearwater Academy

P Shane McDonough, Sr., Clearwater

Second team

DL Jaquaze Sorrells, So., Largo

DL Shawn Binion, Sr., Pinellas Park

DL Jerquan Newton, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic

LB Makel Calhoun, Sr., Pinellas Park

LB Daiquan Fenner, Sr., Boca Ciega

LB Rolando Sims, Jr., Lakewood

LB Tah'shim Knight, Sr., Northside Christian

DB Jatavious Byrd, Sr., Clearwater

DB Armani Adams, Jr., Lakewood

DB Rashaad Stewart, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic

DB Amari Burney, Jr., Clearwater Central Catholic

UTIL Garet Chisolm, Sr., Clearwater

PR Julian Cooney, Sr., Largo

P Antwan Wilson, Jr., Lakewood

Honorable mention

Admiral Farragut: Andre Braga, Keyon Jenkins, Keondrae Miller, Zion Roland, Harrison Woliver, Jeremiah Zio; Boca Ciega: Marquis Bell, Osby Green; Calvary Christian: Caleb Dials, Richie Mize, Eddie Williams; Canterbury: Iy'Rese Scott, Tyler Vanburger; Clearwater: Jaquez Byrd, Austin Day, Reagan Hassler, Kane Taylor, Grant Wilson; Clearwater Academy: Julian Baldi, Lucas Buensoz, Keyvone Lee; Clearwater Central Catholic: Austin Lett, Tyler McDonald, Jakob Parks, Kennedy Roberts, Daniel Wellman; Countryside: Jordan Payne, Chris Sampson, Omar Wright; Dixie Hollins: Dekovin Cann Jr., Marcos Nieves; Dunedin: Justin Rodriguez, Micah Williams; East Lake: Jake Castle, Karsan Lilley, Tyler Rupe; Gibbs: Quandale Inmon; Indian Rocks Christian: Bernard Mitchell, James Thorpe, Sam Veltman; Keswick Christian: Nathan Luethold; Lakewood: Chris Atkins, Mataeo Brinson, Matthew Hamilton, Leroy Robinson; Largo: Jaquan Hiers, Calvin Lockett; Northeast: Alex Boyles, Keith Jackson, Parker May; Northside Christian: Camron Fowler, Isaiah Gibson, Demetrius Jackson, Kamen Wilmington; Osceola: Tyler Cottle, Thailer Groen, Oscar Williams; Palm Harbor University: TJ Colmery, Jamaine Derogene, Gavin Wyllie; Pinellas Park: Tyler Adams, Dale Foster; Seminole: Kameron Hernandez, Andrew Schaedler; Shorecrest: Alex Acosta, Orrin Fredericks; St. Petersburg: Darrell Bullock, Austyn Causey, Donnie Crum, Larrie McCall, Adul Yates; St. Petersburg Catholic: Bailey Brooks, Rodney Halapio, John Mcnie; Tarpon Springs: Michael Ashley, Jerome Fowler, Keivonte Warren

All-Pinellas County football team 12/22/16 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 20, 2016 7:12pm]
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