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Tampa Bay Times all-Pinellas County football team

Gibbs' DJ Johnson (Monica Herndon, Times)
Published Dec. 22, 2015

Offensive Player of the Year

QB DJ Johnson, Sr., Gibbs

Defensive Player of the Year

DL Logan Miller, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic

Coach of the Year

John Davis, Clearwater Central Catholic


First team

QB Trent Chmelik, Sr., Countryside

RB Travis Wateska, Sr., Osceola

RB Alonzo McCray, Sr., Pinellas Park

RB Adarius Lemons, Jr., Clearwater

WR Kee Whetzel, Sr., Countryside

WR Matt Landers, Jr., Admiral Farragut

TE Pro Wells, Sr., Dixie Hollins

OL Dillan Gibbons, Jr., Northside Christian

OL Julian Santos, Sr., East Lake

OL Adam Samee, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic

OL Brandon Walton, Sr., Seminole

OL Wyatt Panaccione, Sr., Countryside

UTIL CJ Cotman, Jr., Clearwater Central Catholic

KR Benjie Wright, Sr., Largo

K Kyle Howarth, Sr., East Lake

Second team

QB Jakob Parks, Jr., Clearwater Central Catholic

RB Jervon Newton, Jr., Clearwater Central Catholic

RB Darius Miller, Sr., St. Petersburg

RB Dale Foster, Jr., Pinellas Park

RB Shaquan Johnson, Jr., Northeast

WR Sam Thompson, Jr., Boca Ciega

WR Marquez Walls, Sr., Gibbs

WR Adrian Adams, Sr., Lakewood

OL Robert Mitchell, Sr., Osceola

OL Austin Lumsden, Sr., Pinellas Park

OL Zach Hauschild, Jr., Clearwater

OL Liam Keane, Sr., St. Petersburg

OL Tyler Knight, Jr., Northside Christian

K Tyler McDonald, Jr., Clearwater Central Catholic

Util Jacquez Jones, Jr., Clearwater

KR Dontell Green, Sr., Admiral Farragut


First team

DL Javaris Sanders, Sr., Largo

DL Jordon Scott, Jr., Pinellas Park

DL Garet Chisholm, Jr., Clearwater

LB Jake Hansen, Sr., East Lake

LB Nate Demint, Sr., Pinellas Park

LB Max Kligman, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic

LB Thomas Roman, Sr., Countryside

DB Demetrius Jackson Jr., Jr., Northside Christian

DB Zamari Maxwell, Jr., Pinellas Park

DB Taj Taylor, Sr., Largo

DB Craig Watts, Sr., Admiral Farragut

ATH Dakarai Allen, Sr., Largo

P George Karavokiros, Sr., Tarpon Springs

PR Felix Dixon, Sr., Countryside

Second team

DL Justin Oliver-Kendrick, Sr., Tarpon Springs

DL John Chiaramonte, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic

DL Qu'travein Landers, Sr., Gibbs

LB Deandre Fitzhenley, So., Clearwater Central Catholic

LB Chad Brittain, Sr., Osceola

LB Jerquan Newton, Jr., Clearwater Central Catholic

LB Asher Thompson, Sr., Keswick Christian

DB Jermaine Ivery, Jr., Gibbs

DB Brandon Drayton, Sr., Largo

DB Jaquez Byrd, Jr., Clearwater

DB Jimmy Faulks, Sr., Lakewood

ATH Amari Burney, So., Clearwater Central Catholic

P Maverick Abulone, Sr., Osceola

PR Saiquan Jones, Sr., Boca Ciega

Honorable mention

Admiral Farragut: Austyn Causey, Donnie Crum, Zion Roland, Jeremiah Zio; Boca Ciega: Letayveon Beaton, Marquis Bell, Jermaine Ledbetter, Casey Huxley; Canterbury: Nate Carter; Calvary Christian: Lucas McAllister, Richie Mize, Macs Thomas; Clearwater: Savonte Anderson, Garrison Bryant, Camerron Ellis, Kendrick Harvey, Khalil Jones; Clearwater Central Catholic: Dallas Bruch, Tyler McDonald, Rashaad Stewart; Countryside: Chris Barrett, Carlos Cintron, Markeas Jerrido; Dixie Hollins: Joseph Singleton, Mike Wells; Dunedin: Devon Talton; East Lake: Tupac Blanch, Michael Del Duca, Kyle Fearrington, Jacob Holdsworth, Gabe Holmes, Bryce Miller, Xavier Jackson, Jake Rosiek; Gibbs: Na'tron Middlebrooks, Javon Morgan, Wayne Watson; Indian Rocks Christian: Theo Anderson, Zeke McGaughy, Braden O'Connell, Selby Steward; Keswick Christian: Avery Franz; Lakewood: Noah Harris, Troyvon Johnson, Michael Newton, J'von Salas; Largo: John Clark, Bobby Roundtree, Isaiah Thomas; Northeast: Conner Hicks, Cole Villeneuve, Khyri Wright; Northside Christian: Griffin Alstott, Demarkus Glover, Josh Snead, Darius Williams, Derrick Wright; Osceola: Ryan Allan, Nick Shytle, Brandon Welch; Palm Harbor University: TJ Colmery, Cameron Mouton, David Pawelczyk, Travis Somerfield, George Tsiouklas; Pinellas Park: Shawn Binion, Billy Daughtry, Nick Hernandez, Jaquise Simmons; Seminole: James Coley, Greg Jones, Andrew Schaedler, Lakendrick Staley; Shorecrest: Cooper Wolf; St. Petersburg: De'andre Dancil, Sennen Roserie, Jacquel Waller, Michael Wright; St. Petersburg Catholic: Bailey Brooks, Shea Donnelly; Tarpon Springs: Donald Davis, Jerome Fowler, Dearrian Wright, Keivonte Warren


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