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    USA Today All-State Teams (All Classifications)


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    #1 WilsonJr1990

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    Posted 31 December 2016 - 01:06 PM

    COACH OF THE YEAR: Derek Rang, Dresden

    In just his third season, Rang guided the Lions to a perfect 15-0 season and the Class 1A state title. Dresden won 11 games by more than 30 points — including the 62-27 rout in the finale — with its closest call a 19-point victory.

    OFFENSE

    OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Ty Chandler, Montgomery Bell (Nashville)
    Chandler was named Mr. Football Back in Division II-AA and led the Big Red to the state final. A U.S. Army All-American and a Tennessee commit, he rushed for 2,252 yards and 39 touchdowns on 259 carries.

    First Team

    QB Darius Harper (6-4, 205, Sr.), Austin-East (Knoxville)

    RB Cordarrian Richardson (6-0, 220, Sr.), Trezevant (Memphis)

    RB Ty Chandler (6-0, 205, Sr.), Montgomery Bell (Nashville)

    WR Amari Rodgers (5-10, 185, Sr.), Knoxville Catholic

    WR Tee Higgins (6-4, 190, Sr.), Oak Ridge

    TE Latrell Bumphus (6-4, 240, Sr.), Hardin County (Savannah)

    OL Trey Smith (6-6, 300, Sr.), University (Jackson)

    OL Jacob Rimmer (6-7, 260, Sr.), Milan

    OL Cade Mays (6-5, 310, Jr.), Knoxville Catholic

    OL Will Lawrence (6-4, 295, Jr.), Harding Academy (Memphis)

    OL Max Wray (6-6, 280, Sr.), Franklin

    Second Team

    QB Preston Rice (6-2, 215, Sr.), Wayne County (Waynesboro)

    RB Eric Gray (5-10, 180, So.), Lausanne (Memphis)

    RB Kylan Watkins (5-11, 170, Sr.), Whitehaven (Memphis)

    WR Camron Johnson (6-1, 185, Jr.), Brentwood Academy

    WR Tykee Kellogg (6-6, 190, Jr.), Alcoa

    TE Joeseph Sewell (6-3, 250, Sr.), Blackman (Murfreesboro)

    OL Eli Katina (6-2, 275, Sr.), Centennial (Franklin)

    OL Griffin Hawkins (6-3, 245, Sr.), Briarcrest Christian (Eads)

    OL Rutger Reitmaier (6-3, 280, Sr.), Lipscomb (Nashville)

    OL D.J. Delfendahl (6-5, 270, Sr.), Mount Juliet

    OL Obinna Eze (6-7, 270, Sr.), Davidson (Nashville)

    DEFENSE

    DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: JaCoby Stevens, Oakland (Murfreesboro)
    USA TODAY High School Sports is proud to announce the 2016 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Tennessee Football Team. Players were selected based on their athletic achievements from the 2016-17 season.

    For the complete list of American Family Insurance ALL-USA state teams, click here.

    COACH OF THE YEAR: Derek Rang, Dresden

    In just his third season, Rang guided the Lions to a perfect 15-0 season and the Class 1A state title. Dresden won 11 games by more than 30 points — including the 62-27 rout in the finale — with its closest call a 19-point victory.

    OFFENSE

    OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Ty Chandler, Montgomery Bell (Nashville)


    Chandler was named Mr. Football Back in Division II-AA and led the Big Red to the state final. A U.S. Army All-American and a Tennessee commit, he rushed for 2,252 yards and 39 touchdowns on 259 carries.

    First Team

    QB Darius Harper (6-4, 205, Sr.), Austin-East (Knoxville)

    RB Cordarrian Richardson (6-0, 220, Sr.), Trezevant (Memphis)

    RB Ty Chandler (6-0, 205, Sr.), Montgomery Bell (Nashville)

    WR Amari Rodgers (5-10, 185, Sr.), Knoxville Catholic

    WR Tee Higgins (6-4, 190, Sr.), Oak Ridge

    TE Latrell Bumphus (6-4, 240, Sr.), Hardin County (Savannah)

    OL Trey Smith (6-6, 300, Sr.), University (Jackson)

    OL Jacob Rimmer (6-7, 260, Sr.), Milan

    OL Cade Mays (6-5, 310, Jr.), Knoxville Catholic

    OL Will Lawrence (6-4, 295, Jr.), Harding Academy (Memphis)

    OL Max Wray (6-6, 280, Sr.), Franklin

    Second Team

    QB Preston Rice (6-2, 215, Sr.), Wayne County (Waynesboro)

    RB Eric Gray (5-10, 180, So.), Lausanne (Memphis)

    RB Kylan Watkins (5-11, 170, Sr.), Whitehaven (Memphis)

    WR Camron Johnson (6-1, 185, Jr.), Brentwood Academy

    WR Tykee Kellogg (6-6, 190, Jr.), Alcoa

    TE Joeseph Sewell (6-3, 250, Sr.), Blackman (Murfreesboro)

    OL Eli Katina (6-2, 275, Sr.), Centennial (Franklin)

    OL Griffin Hawkins (6-3, 245, Sr.), Briarcrest Christian (Eads)

    OL Rutger Reitmaier (6-3, 280, Sr.), Lipscomb (Nashville)

    OL D.J. Delfendahl (6-5, 270, Sr.), Mount Juliet

    OL Obinna Eze (6-7, 270, Sr.), Davidson (Nashville)

    DEFENSE

    DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: JaCoby Stevens, Oakland (Murfreesboro)


    Ranked as the No. 26 recruit in the senior class by ESPN, Stevens led the Patriots to a state final appearance with a brilliant two-way senior season. The Under Armour All-American intercepted nine passes and made 64 tackles on defense, while also grabbing 38 passes for 690 yards and 12 touchdowns.

    First Team

    DL Trevis Hopper (6-3, 265, So.), Memphis Central

    DL Josh Silvey (6-0, 280, Sr.), Greenback

    DL Brant Lawless (6-2, 295, Sr.), Nashville Christian

    DL Quinton Bohanna (6-5, 300, Sr.), Cordova

    LB Aubrey Miller (6-2, 215, Sr.), Whitehaven (Memphis)

    LB Jacob Phillips (6-3, 225, Sr.), East Nashville

    LB T.D. Blackmon (6-0, 220, Sr.), Maryville

    DB JaCoby Stevens (6-2, 200, Sr.), Oakland (Murfreesboro)

    DB Maleik Gray (6-2, 205, Sr.), La Vergne

    DB T.J. Carter (5-11, 185, Sr.), Stratford (Nashville)

    DB Gentry Bonds (6-1, 195, Sr.), Riverdale (Murfreesboro)

    Second Team

    DL Tyree Toliver (6-1, 220, Sr.), Baylor (Chattanooga)

    DL Tijuan Mason (6-6, 220, Sr.), Trezevant (Memphis)

    DL Greg Emerson (6-4, 275, Jr.), North Side (Jackson)

    DL Ben Hutch (6-4, 300, Sr.), Hillsboro (Nashville)

    LB Cain McWilliams (6-2, 227, Sr.), Marshall County (Lewisburg)

    LB Alex Kirkendoll (6-2, 220, Sr.), Marion County (Jasper)

    LB Dorian Hopkins (5-11, 215, So.), University (Memphis)

    DB Caleb Rozar (6-4, 200, Sr.), Dickson County (Dickson)

    DB Zack Dobson (5-9, 170, Sr.), Fulton (Knoxville)

    DB Landon Guidry (6-1, 190, Sr.), Independence (Thompson’s Station)

    DB Theo Jackson (6-2, 180, Sr.), Overton (Nashville)

    SPECIAL TEAMS

    K Jacob Smith (6-2, 200, Sr.), Siegel (Murfreesboro)
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    #2 kwc

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    Posted 04 January 2017 - 11:25 AM

    COACH OF THE YEAR: Derek Rang, Dresden

    In just his third season, Rang guided the Lions to a perfect 15-0 season and the Class 1A state title. Dresden won 11 games by more than 30 points — including the 62-27 rout in the finale — with its closest call a 19-point victory.


    OFFENSE

    OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Ty Chandler, Montgomery Bell (Nashville)

    Chandler was named Mr. Football Back in Division II-AA and led the Big Red to the state final. A U.S. Army All-American and a Tennessee commit, he rushed for 2,252 yards and 39 touchdowns on 259 carries.


    First Team

    QB Darius Harper (6-4, 205, Sr.), Austin-East (Knoxville)

    RB Cordarrian Richardson (6-0, 220, Sr.), Trezevant (Memphis)

    RB Ty Chandler (6-0, 205, Sr.), Montgomery Bell (Nashville)

    WR Amari Rodgers (5-10, 185, Sr.), Knoxville Catholic

    WR Tee Higgins (6-4, 190, Sr.), Oak Ridge

    TE Latrell Bumphus (6-4, 240, Sr.), Hardin County (Savannah)

    OL Trey Smith (6-6, 300, Sr.), University (Jackson)

    OL Jacob Rimmer (6-7, 260, Sr.), Milan

    OL Cade Mays (6-5, 310, Jr.), Knoxville Catholic

    OL Will Lawrence (6-4, 295, Jr.), Harding Academy (Memphis)

    OL Max Wray (6-6, 280, Sr.), Franklin


    Second Team

    QB Preston Rice (6-2, 215, Sr.), Wayne County (Waynesboro)

    RB Eric Gray (5-10, 180, So.), Lausanne (Memphis)

    RB Kylan Watkins (5-11, 170, Sr.), Whitehaven (Memphis)

    WR Camron Johnson (6-1, 185, Jr.), Brentwood Academy

    WR Tykee Kellogg (6-6, 190, Jr.), Alcoa

    TE Joeseph Sewell (6-3, 250, Sr.), Blackman (Murfreesboro)

    OL Eli Katina (6-2, 275, Sr.), Centennial (Franklin)

    OL Griffin Hawkins (6-3, 245, Sr.), Briarcrest Christian (Eads)

    OL Rutger Reitmaier (6-3, 280, Sr.), Lipscomb (Nashville)

    OL D.J. Delfendahl (6-5, 270, Sr.), Mount Juliet

    OL Obinna Eze (6-7, 270, Sr.), Davidson (Nashville)

     


    DEFENSE

    DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: JaCoby Stevens, Oakland (Murfreesboro)

    Ranked as the No. 26 recruit in the senior class by ESPN, Stevens led the Patriots to a state final appearance with a brilliant two-way senior season. The Under Armour All-American intercepted nine passes and made 64 tackles on defense, while also grabbing 38 passes for 690 yards and 12 touchdowns.

    First Team

    DL Trevis Hopper (6-3, 265, So.), Memphis Central

    DL Josh Silvey (6-0, 280, Sr.), Greenback

    DL Brant Lawless (6-2, 295, Sr.), Nashville Christian

    DL Quinton Bohanna (6-5, 300, Sr.), Cordova

    LB Aubrey Miller (6-2, 215, Sr.), Whitehaven (Memphis)

    LB Jacob Phillips (6-3, 225, Sr.), East Nashville

    LB T.D. Blackmon (6-0, 220, Sr.), Maryville

    DB JaCoby Stevens (6-2, 200, Sr.), Oakland (Murfreesboro)

    DB Maleik Gray (6-2, 205, Sr.), La Vergne

    DB T.J. Carter (5-11, 185, Sr.), Stratford (Nashville)

    DB Gentry Bonds (6-1, 195, Sr.), Riverdale (Murfreesboro)


    Second Team

    DL Tyree Toliver (6-1, 220, Sr.), Baylor (Chattanooga)

    DL Tijuan Mason (6-6, 220, Sr.), Trezevant (Memphis)

    DL Greg Emerson (6-4, 275, Jr.), North Side (Jackson)

    DL Ben Hutch (6-4, 300, Sr.), Hillsboro (Nashville)

    LB Cain McWilliams (6-2, 227, Sr.), Marshall County (Lewisburg)

    LB Alex Kirkendoll (6-2, 220, Sr.), Marion County (Jasper)

    LB Dorian Hopkins (5-11, 215, So.), University (Memphis)

    DB Caleb Rozar (6-4, 200, Sr.), Dickson County (Dickson)

    DB Zack Dobson (5-9, 170, Sr.), Fulton (Knoxville)

    DB Landon Guidry (6-1, 190, Sr.), Independence (Thompson’s Station)

    DB Theo Jackson (6-2, 180, Sr.), Overton (Nashville)


    SPECIAL TEAMS

    K Jacob Smith (6-2, 200, Sr.), Siegel (Murfreesboro)

     

     

    Congrats to all of the young men selected above. However, I'd like to send a special kudos out to the young men selected above who represent a school from Memphis or the surrounding area. You've all done well and deserve the recognition. You've represented your school and your city well.

     

    Way to go!


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    Posted 2 weeks ago

    Congrats to all the guys but especially the 20+ from middle TN.
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