Sr., 5-11, 165, QB
Noteworthy: Ford shined in every way offensively and on special teams. He accounted for 1,917 all-purpose yards, including 981 passing, 576 rushing and 360 in returns. Ford scored 13 touchdowns.
Sr., 5-6, 165, RB
Noteworthy: Goodman finished an incredible career with a team-leading 1,191 yards and 15 touchdowns. He has made the all-Calhoun County team three times and is this season's 1A-2A player of the year.
Jr., 5-6, 165, RB
Noteworthy: Mixon provided another punch in the Panthers’ wing-T. He finished the season with 1,102 yards and nine touchdowns, adding 186 receiving yards for two more scores.
Jr., 5-10, 170, RB
Noteworhty: Lewiski was the premier back for the Raiders, but did a little of everything. He rushed for 1,214 yards, had 240 receiving yards and 425 yards in returns. He scored 18 touchdowns.
Jr., 6-2, 161, WR
Noteworthy: Armprester was the favorite target in the JCA passing game. He had a team-leading 54 catches for 1,323 yards and 13 touchdowns. He had 1,644 all-purpose yards on the year.
Sr., 6-5, 220, TE
Noteworthy: Andrews bullied opponents all year long. Along with recording 12 pancake blocks, he had a team-leading 430 receiving yards and six touchdowns.
Sr., 5-10, 275, OL
Noteworthy: Burton led the way for the Panthers’ offensive line, which had four new starters. He finished the season grading out at 81 percent, recording 21 pancake blocks.
Jr., 6-3, 275, OL
Noteworthy: Barclay was the biggest contributor on the Indians' offensive line. He recorded 46 pancake blocks in nine games.
Jr., 6-5, 203, OL
Noteworthy: Heathcock was a huge force on both sides of the ball for Donoho. Along with being the best offensive lineman, he recorded 115 tackles, forced three fumbles and intercepted a pass.
Sr., 5-11, 240, OL
Noteworthy: Colvin started 52 straight games for the Raiders and for good reason. He was a lead block and recorded 16 pancake blocks.
Sr., 6-0, 220, OL
Noteworthy: Harrelson was a big player on the line for the Raiders and led Pleasant Valley with seven spring blocks.
Sr., 6-0, 185, ATH
Noteworthy: Carr put on a show weekly for the Falcons, finishing the season with 1,330 rushing yards and 986 passing yards, which led the team in each category. He scored a combined 30 touchdowns.
Fr., 5-9, 170, P/K
Noteworthy: Baker had a strong leg for the Falcons, averaging 44.2 yards on kickoffs. The underclassman also averaged 34.8 yard per point.
Jr., 6-2, 185, DL
Noteworthy: Tignor made a statement on both sides of the ball, finishing the year with 48 tackles, four sacks and two forced fumbles. He also had 337 receiving yards and three touchdowns.
Soph., 5-8, 165, DL
Noteworthy: Rhoden was a physical player on each side of the ball. He had 68 tackles, forced a fumble and recovered two while also playing fullback on offense.
Fr., 6-1, 165, DL
Noteworthy: Youth didn’t hold Montgomery back. He finished the season with 68 tackles and two forced fumbles.
Jr., 5-11, 220, DL
Noteworthy: Simpson only played five of seven games for the Raiders, but had a huge impact. He recorded 24 tackles (13 solo) and had four sacks and three tackles for a loss.
Sr., 5-9, 185, LB
Noteworthy: Along with playing well at running back, Allen stood out defensively. He recorded 75 tackles for the Indians, including 12 for a loss.
Jr., 5-9, 175, LB
Noteworthy: Garner led the defense at linebacker. He recorded 115 tackles and recovered two fumbles for the Falcons.
Jr., 6-3, 230, LB
Noteworthy: Foster played well on each side of the ball, using his size as a weapon. He had 90 tackles, three forced fumbles and an interception. On offense, he rushed for 615 yards and seven scores.
Sr., 5-11, 183, LB
Noteworthy: Morales made a statement as a linebacker/defensive line hybrid. He finished the season with 64 solo tackles and had one sack.
Sr., 5-10, 165, DB
Noteworthy: Taylor broke onto the scene just in time to finish the year with 107 tackles and four interceptions. He also forced two fumbles and recovered one.
Jr., 6-4, 186, DB
Noteworthy: Although Brackett was a superstar offensively, he also made more than 50 tackles on defense and had several interceptions. He finished the season with 3,584 all-purpose yards and 37 touchdowns.
Sr., 5-9, 160, DB
Noteworthy: Tucker showed athleticism on both sides of the ball, finishing the season with 42 tackles and two forced fumbles. He also had 164 receiving yards.
Sr., 5-11, 160, DB
Noteworthy: Carr had a good year in the secondary for the Raiders. He recorded 28 tackles and intercepted two passes.
Jr., 6-1, 205, ATH
Noteworthy: Machristie continued punishing opponents as a junior. He had a team-high 119 tackles, adding two interceptions, three forced fumbles and a recovery. He also threw for 903 yards and eight scores at quarterback.
Ohatchee – Quin Williams, Kole Stephens; Donoho – Kevin Carr, Ben Myrik, Dalton Martin; Pleasant Valley – Nick O’Dell, Nick Deerman, Dalton Bean, Austin Pariss; Jacksonville Christian – Cody Blohm, Will Parris, Dakota Crook, Thomas Orms; Wellborn – Dakota Gravitt, Tyler Lewis, Drake Cebrain, Jeremiah Farmer, Jake Thrasher.