PAG METER ALL CENTRAL SECTION ALL STAR FOOTBALL SUPER 70 TEAM 2018

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PAG METER ALL CENTRAL SECTION SUPER 70 ALL STAR TEAM

ERIC DRAGT, Senior CENTRAL VALLEY CHRISTIAN CAVALIERS
The most improved player in the Central Section and came up big for the division 4 Section Champions throwing for 2,186 yards with 30 TD passes. Keep an eye on Dragt playing at the next level because he reminds me of Josh Allen
KENDALL MILTON, Junior, BUCHANAN BEARS

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The most recruited player in the section. Came on strong after playing hurt rushing for 1,337 yards and scored 27 TD’s. His senior year Kendall could go over 2,000 yards

 

TYREAK WALKER, Senior, KENNEDY THUNDERBIRDS
The Valley’s leading rusher for the Division 5 Section Champions rushing for 2,207 yards and scored 29 TD’s

 

 

JAKE STEELS, Junior, RIGHETTI HIGH WARRIORS
Will come into 2019 as one of the best defensive backs in the Central Section and played outstanding for the Warriors. Steel finished with 7 interceptions and many teams didn’t even throw his way. He is fast, physical and loved to make tackles on the line of scrimmage. The Warriors have their team leader set to go for 2019

 
DAMIAN HERNANDEZ, Junior, WOODLAKE TIGERS
Outstanding junior year throwing for 3,036 yards with 32 touchdowns. The Tigers will be the favorites in division 5 with Damian at QB his senior year

 
NATHAN LAMB, Senior, TULARE UNION TRIBE
Nate is now the all time leading passer in school history and the Tulare Union has had some great QB’s. This year Nate threw for 4,520 yards and 54 TD passes. For his career Nate is now the 4th all time leading passer in Central Section history with 11,337 yards and 123 TD passes. Next stop….Stay Tuned

 

 

JAEDYN PINEDA, Senior, MT WHITNEY PIONEERS
Outstanding career and athlete who also is a fantastic basketball player. Jaedyn threw for 3,845 yards with 54 TD passes, rushed for 596 yards, scores 10 TD’s and for his career he threw for 6,268 yards with 68 TD’s, rushed for 1,261 scored 19 TD’s
BEN YUROSEK, Junior BAKERSFIELD CHRISTIAN EAGLES
The biggest rising star in the valley that already has many offers including Stanford!! When Stanford calls you say yes!! You know you are good when the Cardinal offers you. The leader in the club house for Pag Meter Defensive Player of the year in 2019. A tight end that caught 27 passes with 3 TD’s. On defense he made 82 tackles with 15.5 sacks. In 2 seasons he has 28.5 career sacks

 

 

WYATT ROTH, Senior, LIBERTY MADERA HAWKS
Outstanding career with the Hawks. Wyatt was the go to back that rushed for 2,119 yards and scored 35 TD’s. Wyatt will go down as one of the best Hawks in school history

 

JAALEN RENING, Junior, CENTRAL VALLEY CHRISTIAN CAVALIERS
Runner up for Pag Meter Offensive Player of the Year. Leader in the clubhouse for the award in 2019. What makes Jaalen so good is not only is he one of the fastest running backs in the state, he is so tough on short yardage as well because he will run you over with his power. He played both ways and never came off the field. He had 2,637 all-purpose yards, averaged 8.8 yards per carry, 20.2 yards per reception, and scored 32 TD’s

 

CHASE ARTOPOEUS, Senior, ST JOSEPH KNIGHTS
The Knights were new to the Central Section and had a fine year especially with Mr Greek at QB. Chase threw for 2,610 yards with 26 TD passes and scored 5 TD’s

 
JACKSON SANCHEZ, Senior, SHAFTER GENERALS
One of the best receivers in the south valley that had one heck of a career. This year he caught 78 passes for 1,333 yards, 78 Receptions and scored 15 TD’s

 

 

SAM STEWART Jr, Senior, Liberty Patriots
The workhorse running back that took plenty of players to tackle. Sammy rushed for 1,971 yards, scored 21 TD’s, caught 26 passes for 301 yards with 2 TD’s. He also played outstanding at linebacker with 49 tackles

 

 

RYAN HUNT, Senior, CLOVIS EAST T WOLVES
The T Wolves are back on the map and the big part of it was because of Ryan Hunt who rushed for 1,908 yards and scored 18 TD’s

 

 

ADAN SOLIS, Senior, RIGHETTI HIGH WARRIORS
Solis had a big year for the Warriors rushing for 1,782 yards, and scored 20 TD’s. The Warriors loved to pound the ball and he was a tough physical back with speed

 

 
CHRIS PUGA, Senior, CARUTHERS BLUE RAIDERS
Another of the great Puga careers. He rushed for 1,772 yards, scored 36 TD’s. For his two year career he rushed for 3,278 yards and scored 55 TD’s

 

 

TAIRYN JOHNSON, Junior, TULARE WESTERN MUSTANGS
TJ will come into 2019 as one of the best running backs in the Central Section. This year he rushed for 1,746 yards, 32 TD’s

 

 

AIDAN GALVAN, Senior, MONACHE MARAUDERS
The Marauders turned into a running team when Aidan got better every game. He rushed for 1,719 yards, and scored 26 TD’s

 

 

 

ALONSO ACEVEDO, Senior, STRATHMORE SPARTANS
The Senior leader on a young team that rushed for 1,686 yards and scored 31 TD’s. Alonso leaves with 3 section championship rings and a state Championship ring

 

 

PRESTON CONTI, Senior, MINARETS MUSTANGS
Preston would have started and been a star on any team in the section. He led the valley in receiving yards with 1,586 yards, caught 67 football and scored 20 TD’s
JOSH SANCHEZ, Senior, DINUBA EMPERORS
One of the best defensive tackles in the valley who was always double teamed. He finished the year with 13 sacks and 74 tackles

 

 

HECTOR NAVA Jr, Sophomore, PORTERVILLE PANTHERS
Hector is the newcomer star of the year! The Panthers won some big games in the last minute and Hector played like a veteran. He threw for 2,756 yards with 23 TD passes and watch out for the Panthers the next 2 years

 

 

JEREMIAH HUNTER, Junior, CENTRAL GRIZZLIES
The best receiver in the valley that would go over the middle with the tough catch or take it deep. Jeremiah caught 83 passes for 1,364 yards and scored 25 TD’s. Jeremiah is being recruited by so many and will come into 2019 as one of the best receiver in the section

 

 
JALEN MCMILLIAN, Junior, MEMORIAL PANTHERS
Has many offers from all over including Oklahoma, Oregon State, and Fresno State.
Jalen had 1,278 yards, 63 Receptions, with 17 TD’s for the back to back division 3 section Champions. In two years, he has caught 141 passes for 3,088 yards and has scored 38 TD’s

 
WILLIE JAMES, Sophomore, TULARE UNION TRIBE
What a year for the speedy sophomore catching 86 footballs for 1,207 yards and scored 13 TD’s. The next Tribe QB will have one of the best receivers in the Central Section in 2019

 

 
WILLIAM KLOSTER, Junior, LEMOORE TIGERS
The team leader on defense at middle linebacker with 133 tackles. Will was unblockable and look for a huge year on both sides of the ball in 2019

 

 

BOBBY STALEY, Junior, CARUTHERS BLUE RAIDERS
A big time money player that always came up with the big play on both sides of the ball. Huge at opening holes at fullback averaging 8 yards per carry. On defense, Bobby made 68 tackles, 2 interceptions, and 3 sacks. 2019….watch out for Bobby Staley because he would be an All Star on any team in the section

 

 
NOAH GONZALES, Senior, CENTRAL GRIZZLIES
One of the best defensive backs in the valley. Noah had 5 interceptions and plenty of team didn’t throw his way and finished with 88 tackles for the TRAC All Star. Some college will be getting one heck of a student athlete!

 

 

 

 

MARCUS FULCHER, Senior BULLARD KNIGHTS

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One of the best running backs in Bullard history. This year he rushed for 1,978 Yards and scored 26 TD’s. For his career he rushed for 4,337 yards which is 2nd in school history behind Demetrius Warren (09-11) with 4,456 yards. Marcus is now the all time Bullard leader in TD’s scored with 49. Next stop could be Western Washington or Sacramento State. Stay tuned
KENAU WILLIAMS, Sophomore, CLOVIS COUGARS
One of the best defensive ends in the section that is getting plenty of offers including USC

 

 

EMMANUEL CASTRO, Senior, GARCES RAMS
One of the best offensive linemen in the Section with the running game and also pass blocking. The Rams were a spread attack and Castro was quick and physical

 

 

JE’KOB JONES, Sophomore, CENTRAL GRIZZLIES
Co-Defensive TRAC Player of year that came up big for the Valley Champion Central Grizzlies.
He had 7 sacks along with 122 tackles and he will only get better the next 2 years

 

KONNOR GOMNESS, Senior, MEMORIAL PANTHERS
One of the best offensive linemen in the valley and was voted CMAC Lineman of the Year. Next Stop Washington State. Konnor will leave with two division 3 Section Championship rings

 

 
ASA MORALES, Senior, CLOVIS EAST T WOLVES
Co-TRAC Defensive Player of the year and senior team leader. A very physical linebacker that finished with 133 tackles and helped get the T Wolves back rolling again

 

 

DYLAN TOOKER, Junior, LIBERTY PATRIOTS
Will be one of the best linebackers in 2019 and he had a real good junior year with 96 tackles and 4 sacks. Dylan will be the senior team leader in 2019

 

 

JAMES GILMET, Senior, ARROYO GRANDE EAGLES
The best player on the Central Coast who had an outstanding year for the powerful Eagles team. Gilmet had speed and would run you over. The senior caption was the downhill runner and the physical linebacker

 

 

JALEN CROPPER, Senior, BUCHANAN BEARS
The most underused and electric players in the last 20 years. If he stays to play at Sanger, Jalen might be the Pag Meter offensive Player of the year. It all worked out and the next stop will be playing at Fresno State

 

 

JACOB ZEIMET, Senior, BAKERSFIELD DRILLERS
Bakersfield has been around a million years and Jacob Is now the all-time leader in career sacks with 21 playing just 2 years. Jacob with all kinds of speed with his pass rush

 

 

QUALI CONLEY, Junior, CENTRAL GRIZZLIES
At the beginning of the year, nobody knew just how good Quali was until an early scrimmage. Coaches were like…..hey who’s that guy! What a year he had running and catching the football. He rushed for 1,331 yards, scored 17 TD’s, caught 46 passes for another 846 yards and score more TD’s for the Valley Champions. Look for Quali to have a huge senior year
CEYONTAY BELL, Senior, BAKERSFIELD DRILLERS
One of the best and most dangerous players in the south valley and played everywhere. He easily could have been an 1,800 yard rusher but the Drillers needed him lining up all over. He was a running back, receiver and on defense he made 78 tackles, 4 interceptions that went for TD’s

 

 
MAC DALENA, Junior, MEMORIAL PANTHERS
With all the stars on the Panthers, SJM might not be the great team without their spark plug who never came off the field. Mac played receiver, caught 58 football for 1,060 yards and scored 16 TD’s. On defense he made 54 tackles, 5 interceptions and was the kicker with 84 extra points

 

 

BRYCEN LINDSEY, Senior, LIBERTY PATRIOTS
Year after year, the Patriots always have one of the best O-lines in the Section and Brycen keeps the streak going. He was a 3-year starter and the team leader upfront
TATE EENIGENBURG, Senior, BAKERSFIELD CHRISTIAN EAGLES
The senior leader had one of the best years in the section on defense at linebacker finishing with 140 tackles

 

 

TOBIN PHILLIPS, Junior MEMORIAL PANTHERS
Will come into 2019 as the best defensive linemen in the Central Section, The 6’4, 275 lb CMAC All Star had 8 sacks with 70 tackles for the Division 3 Champions. Tobin has an offer from Cal

 

 

JORDAN BURRELL, Junior, TULARE WESTERN MUSTANGS
One of the best defensive backs in the Central Section. The EYL All Star had 8 interceptions and JB will come into 2019 as one of the top players in the Central Section
BRIAN KOWALL, Junior, MISSION PREP ROYALS
Huge part of the Royals winning their first section championship in school history. The Royals won the 8 man championship and Brian rushed for 2,013 yards, scored 26 TD’s

 

 

DOMINIC MENDEZ, Junior, CENTRAL GRIZZLIES
Had an outstanding junior year for the Valley Champions. The CMAC All Star had 8 sacks along with 115 tackles
EVAN BURKHART, Junior, STOCKDALE MUSTANGS
The most exciting QB in the Central Section. The Mustangs had a zero chance of winning games until their super athlete took over in week 3. Evan was fast, strong with the football and could turn a nothing play into a long run

 

 

ISAAC JERNAGIN, Junior, BAKERSFIELD DRILLERS
One of the best and fastest athletes in the Central Section. Isaac never came off the field playing running back, receiver, defensive back and kickoff returner. He will be one of the best again in 2019 and the next stop could be playing in the Pac 12

 

 

MATHEW POSAS, Senior, MADERA SOUTH STALLIONS
The best kickoff returner in the section. The Stallions defense struggled so teams had to figure out how to slow down Posas on the kickoff return. The CMAC All Star returned 6 kickoff for touchdowns and nine kickoffs went for 80 yards or longer. Any other team and Posas is a 1,500 yard rusher

 

 

DANIEL VIVEROS, Senior, LIBERTY PATRIOTS
One of the fastest and most physical offensive linemen in the Central Section. The Patriots loved to pound the ball and it started upfront with the state Shot Put champion and 3 year starter

 

 

IVAN GARZA, Senior, KENNEDY THUNDERBIRDS
The T Birds were a wing T powerhouse running attack and it started with their 6’5 275 offensive linemen. Kennedy won a school record 13 games with one of the best running games in the Section. Garza was a big part of the Birds winning the division 5 Section Championship

 

 

SEAN CROWLEY, Senior, BAKERSFIELD DRILLERS
One of the fastest lineman in the section. The Drillers offense was speedy and Crowley did a great job in the triple option upfront

 

 

JASON FRANCO, Senior, BUCHANAN BEARS
Outstanding career and one of the best offensive lineman in the valley. The TRAC Offensive linemen of the year was huge upfront with the Bears power running game
COLT NELSEN, Senior, MADERA COYOTES
Will go down as the best QB in school history after breaking the passing record for yards. This year he threw for 3,092 yards with 45 TD’s. For Colt’s career he threw for 6,894 yards and 79 TD passes
OSMAR VELEZ, Senior, WASCO TIGERS
Senior leader on defense and helped get the Tigers toughness back in the program. He finished with 99 tackles and 6 sacks
ANTHONY VILLANUEVA, Senior, LIBERTY PATRIOTS
A monster on defense and was the SWYL Defensive Player of the Year with 78 tackles and 4 sacks

 

 

REEF DOVE, Senior, CLOVIS COUGARS
A big time receiver for the Cougars catching 75 passes with 1,249 yards and scored 15 TD’s. Look for the TRAC All Star playing in the City-County All Star game

 

 

CARL JONES, Senior, BAKERSFIELD DRILLERS
Transferred in from Golden Valley and was outstanding on both sides of the ball. The future UCLA Bruin was also one of the best punt returners in the section

 

 

TREVOR COLE, Senior, ST JOSEPH KNIGHTS
Never came off the field playing receiver and in the secondary. One of the best 2-way players in the central section. Tremendous hands and also outstanding coverage at defensive back
CAMERON WILLIAMS, Senior, BAKERSFIELD DRILLERS
Was the triple option QB because of his athletic ability but he will play in the secondary at the University of Washington. 3-year starter at safety and teams did not want to test the Valley’s Richard Sherman

 

 

BROCK JONES, Senior, BUCHANAN BEARS
Plenty of speed on both sides of the ball and the next stop will be playing baseball at Stanford and Stanford said he can compete in football as well. Brock played great at safety and also at wide receiver

 

 

KWEBENA WATSON, Senior, EDISON TIGERS
When teams prepared to play Edison, they all had to scheme a game plan against the CMAC Co-Defensive Player of the year. He is fast and strong from the defensive edge. Next stop will be playing at the University of Arizona

 

 

KEONTE GLINTON, Senior, BAKERSFIELD CHRISTIAN EAGLES
Played both ways and will leave with a division 3 section Championship ring from 2016. He played both ways and was outstanding on both sides of the ball. Next stop will be Wyoming
LEONARD GLASS, Senior, MEMORIAL PANTHERS
The big run threat for the back to back division 3 section champion Panthers. He played everywhere and was dangerous on both sides of the ball. Next stop will be Iowa State University

 

 

BRAYDEN BLEVINS, Sophomore, LIBERTY PATRIOTS
The leader in the club house for 2019 Pag Meter Kicker of the year. 51 for 51 with extra points and 11 of 13 on field goals. We all remember when the Patriots beat Buchanan in the Semifinals when time expired on the game winning Blevins field goal

 

 

JOSHUA JJ ESPINOZA, Senior, MADERA COYOTES
JJ never came off the field and was the MVP for the Coyotes. The CMAC All Star caught 68 passes for 981 yards, and scored 15 TD’s

 

 

DAMIAN VALENCIA, Senior, STRATHMORE SPARTANS
He’s the best linebacker that Coach Jeromy Blackwell has ever coached. He played in every game since his freshman year and leaves with 3 division 6 Championship rings and one State Championship Rings

 

 

CARMELO HERNANDEZ, Senior, NIPOMO TITANS
He was fast and a monster on the defensive line finishing with 61 tackles and 7 sacks. The senior team leader was always being double teamed

 

 

JUSTIN HUNT, Senior, MEMORIAL PANTHERS
One of the best stories of the year! Justin missed last year with an ACL injury. Worked his ass off, comes back strong and was voted CMAC defensive Co-Player of the Year. Justin was a force on the D-line with 10 sacks and 85 tackles for the Division 3 Section Champions

 

 

ADRIAN MORENO, Senior, BAKERSFIELD DRILLERS
Outstanding career for the Drillers. The 3-year starter with 75 tackles, and 6 sacks
DARIUS BAKER, Senior, TULARE UNION TRIBE
The speedster at 6’6 had a fantastic year catching 85 balls for 1,445 yards and scored 24 TD’s

 

MATTHEW MERRITT, Junior, BUCHANAN BEARS
Will come in as one of the best 2-way lineman in the valley in 2019. So fast and physical playing defensive end and fast at offensive guard

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