Sr., 6-0, 185, QB
Noteworthy: Smith led the Wildcats to the state semifinals in his first year at quarterback, throwing for 1,352 yards and 16 touchdowns and rushing for 1,127 and 20 scores.
Sr., 6-1, 180, QB
Noteworthy: Hawkins played a big role for the Bearcats on offense and defense. He intercepted six passes on defense, threw for 1,423 yards and eight touchdowns and rushed for 522 yards and five more scores.
Sr., 5-11, 180, RB
Noteworthy: Young stood out as one of the Wildcats three tailbacks, finishing the season with a team-leading 1,272 yards. He added 16 touchdowns.
Sr., 5-11, 240, RB
Noteworthy: Young took advantage of given opportunities, finishing the season as the team’s leading rusher. He had 1,213 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Jr., 5-10, 165, WR
Noteworthy: Coleman was a popular target for the Wildcats. He finished the season with 501 receiving yards and five touchdowns.
Jr., 5-10, 165, WR
Noteworthy: Savage was one of several options through the air for the Bulldogs. He had 750 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns, adding 327 yards and two scores on punt returns.
Sr., 5-11, 175, WR
Noteworthy: Jennings was a big threat in the Bearcats’ passing game. He ended the season with a team-leading 611 receiving yards and had four touchdowns.
Sr., 6-0, 200, OL
Noteworthy: Jones was the anchor for the Bearcats' offensive line. In the 11-game season, Jones graded out at 85 percent.
Jr., 6-1, 230, OL
Noteworthy: Kilgore was the leader on the Wildcats’ offensive line, grading out at a team-high 92 percent.
Jr., 6-1, 205, OL
Noteworthy: Young played a big part on both sides of the ball. He graded out at 90 percent on the offensive line.
Sr., 509, 190, OL
Noteworthy: Foster held his own ground on the Wildcats’ offensive line. He graded out at 88 percent on the season.
Sr., 5-11, 165, OL
Noteworthy: Adams was perfect at center, not having a bad snap for the Bulldogs in 586 plays. He graded out at 88 percent.
Sr. 5-9, 155, ATH
Noteworthy: Spears did a little bit of everything. He had 751 receiving yards and nine touchdowns, 144 rushing yards and three scores and 182 yards on punt returns, including two touchdowns.
Jr., 5-9, 175, ATH
Noteworthy: Harris played a big part in the Wildcats’ offense and defense. Offensively, he had 712 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns and 592 receiving yards and 11 scores.
Sr., 5-10, 180, DL
Noteworthy: Thomas played a huge role on the defensive line for the Wildcats. He recorded 87 tackles, including eight for a loss.
Sr., 5-10, 215, DL
Noteworthy: Hilliard dominated on both sides of the line. On the defensive line, he had 86 tackles, including 13 for a loss, and five sacks.
Sr., 6-1, 220, DL
Noteworthy: Williams continued his successful career, ending it with 54 tackles, nine for a loss, on the defensive line. He also had four sacks.
Sr., 5-8, 260, DL
Noteworthy: Jackson had another dominant season for the Bulldogs, recording 114 tackles, 24 of which were for a loss. Jackson added nine sacks, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.
Sr., 6-0, 190, LB
Noteworthy: Burnett led the defensive as the Wildcats’ middle linebacker, finishing the season with 85 tackles. He added five sacks and three interceptions.
Fr., 5-11, 185, LB
Noteworthy: Hayes broke onto the scene, leading the Bulldogs with 131 tackles, including nine for loss. He also recorded four sacks and had five fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles.
Soph., 6-1, 190, LB
Noteworthy: Alexander played a huge role, despite being an underclassman. The hard-hitting player had 127 tackles, nine for a loss, five sacks, two interceptions and two forced fumbles.
Sr., 5-11, 175, LB
Noteworthy: Praters lived near the backfield, finishing the season with 14 tackles for a loss for the Bulldogs. He recorded 75 tackles and had five sacks.
Jr., 5-11, 150, DB
Notewothy: Greenwood led the way for the Wildcats’ secondary, intercepting a team-leading seven passes. He also had 85 tackles.
Sr., 5-9, 160, DB
Noteworthy: Green was a big part of the speedy Wildcat secondary. He led the team with six interceptions while adding 46 tackles.
Soph., 5-10, 175, DB
Noteworthy: Jackson was everything a defensive back should be. He had 49 tackles, four interceptions and 12 pass breakups on the year.
Jr., 6-1, 165, DB
Noteworthy: Lusk took snaps at quarterback, but the secondary was his true home, for good reason. He had 51 tackles, nine pass breakups and four interceptions.
Sr., 5-10, 170
Noteworthy: Smith was there when the Bearcats needed him, averaging 35 yards per punt throughout the season.
Saks – Austin Hobbs, Raekwon Blake, Stephen Garmon, Quin Smith; White Plains – Joseph Dollard, Ryan Hanson, Colton Reid, Patrick Bryan, Kade Shaw, Mitchell Jones; Piedmont – Ty Sparks, Dustin Nortan, Jeffery Pryor, Tre Reese, Dreek Thompson, Cody Daughtry; Weaver – Delo Forbes, Daniel Wilson, Chris Arnold, Matt Elston, Paul Hubbard, Chris Troge.