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Thursday, December 13, 2007 - Page updated at 12:00 AM

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Seattle Times All-State Team

Players and coaches of the year

4A: Alex Shaw, Lewis and Clark | Tom Yearout, Lewis and Clark

3A: Johri Fogerson, O'Dea | Steve Gervais, Skyline

2A: Cody Bruns, Prosser | Terry Ennis and Rick Stubrud, Archibishop Murphy

1A: Charlie Velling, Cascade Christian | Wiley Allred, Royal

2B: Bryce Hayunga, DeSales | Mike Spiess, DeSales

1B: Jordan Hughes, Almira-Coulee-Hartline | Brandon Walsh, Almira-Coulee-Hartline

Compiled by Assistant Sports Editor Don Shelton

Offense
Pos. Player School (city) Ht. Wt. Year
QB Calvin Schmidtke Lakes (Lakewood) 6-0 185 Sr.
Ridiculous 76 percent accuracy to go with 2,724 yards, 37 TDs, only 5 INTs, 10 rushing TDs
RB Johri Fogerson O'Dea (Seattle) 6-2 202 Sr.
Washington recruit capped 2,545-yard, 36-TD season with 297 yards in the 3A title game
RB Tony Heard Edmonds-Woodway 5-11 225 Jr.
Punishing back ran for 2,236 yards, 31 TDs. Rushed 100 yards in 12 of 13 games
WR Cody Bruns Prosser 5-11 170 Sr.
UW recruit had 90 catches for 1,443 yards, 19 TDs; 310 career catches for 5,177 yards and 72 TDs are state records
WR Gino Simone Skyline (Sammamish) 6-0 165 Jr.
KingCo 3A Offensive MVP caught 70 passes for 1,418 yards, 18 TDs for unbeaten state champs
TE Kavario Middleton Lakes (Lakewood) 6-6 250 Sr.
State's top recruit has made-for-NFL body and 45 catches for 503 yards, with 8 TDs. Headed for UW
OL Nick Cody Hockinson (Brush Prairie) 6-5 290 Sr.
In great year for linemen, Oregon recruit is one of Northwest's top OL prospects
OL Alameda Ta'amu Rainier Beach 6-4 340 Sr.
Monstrous Metro Sound Player of Year and Lineman of Year. Two-time Star Times pick headed for UW
OL Drew Schaefer Eastlake (Sammamish) 6-5 275 Sr.
Athletic left tackle patrolled blindside of one of the state's high-octane offenses. Huskies recruit
OL David DeCastro Bellevue 6-5 290 Sr.
Considered one of the nation's top five centers. Has brains as well as brawn and Stanford offer to prove it
OL Le'Roi Edwards Kentridge 6-4 284 Sr.
Physical three-sport athlete is repeat Star Times all-area pick, student-body president
K Raul Farias Connell 5-10 175 Sr.
Kicked 12 FGs, four of over 40, including a 46-yarder, with two game-winners
AP Antoinne Wafer Edmonds-Woodway 5-7 165 Sr.
Did it all for 4A semifinalist: 7 return TDs, 13 interceptions, 43 receptions for 841 yards, 13 TDs
Defense
Pos. Player School (city) Ht. Wt. Year
DL Everrette Thompson Kennedy (Burien) 6-5 250 Sr.
Athletic, speed pass rusher has six Pac-10 schools trying to run him down
DL Trevor Guyton Redmond 6-5 290 Sr.
Run-stuffing Cal recruit had 10 tackles for loss, six sacks, three fumble recoveries and three forced fumbles
DL Senio Kelemete Evergreen (White Center) 6-4 270 Sr.
Seamount Lineman of Year both ways is projected as speed-rushing DE for Huskies
DL Dan Spitz Mead (Spokane) 6-6 250 Sr.
WSU recruit is fast, physical defender. Also a standout tight end
LB Alex Shaw Lewis & Clark (Spokane) 6-2 220 Sr.
Two-way bulldozer pushed Tigers to 4A state title with 1,655 rushing yards but is Division I defensive prospect
LB Derek Jones Snohomish 6-0 205 Sr.
WSU baseball recruit can hit on football field, too. Also rushed for more than 1,700 yards and scored 21 TDs
LB Maxx Garrett Kamiakin (Kennewick) 5-11 185 Sr.
Columbia Basin League Defensive MVP had scary stats: 103 tackles, 54 for loss, 6 forced fumbles
DB Jermaine Kearse Lakes (Lakewood) 6-0 170 Sr.
Western Conference Defensive MVP as safety had 89 tackles, 6 interceptions, 2 blocked kicks. Headed to UW
DB Justin Glenn Kamiak (Mukilteo) 5-11 185 Sr.
Lockdown cornerback had five interceptions. Future Husky also rushed for 1,056 yards and scored 20 TDs
DB Erich Armstrong Franklin Pierce 6-1 180 Sr.
Remarkable athlete had jaw-dropping 16 interceptions, as well as almost 3,000 yards total offense
DB Vince Taylor Eastside Catholic (Bellevue) 6-3 190 Sr.
Versatile UW recruit was Metro Mountain Co-Offensive MVP. Had 100 yards receiving, 100 rushing in back-to-back games
P Justin Gunn Renton 6-4 205 Sr.
UW baseball recruit averaged nearly 41 yards per punt. Four-year letterman also started at QB, DB and kicker

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