The 2012 Texas Associated Press Sports Editors Class 4A all-state high school
football team, released Wednesday. Voting based on regular-season performance.
Players are listed in alphabetical order at each position.
— ANDREW BILLINGS, Waco, Sr. -- 132 pancakes
— REED DARRAGH, Buda Hays, Sr. -- 102 pancake blocks, team avg. 38 points &
437 total ypg; allowed no sacks
— EDUARDO HERMOSILLO, Edcouch-Elsa, Sr. -- 96 pancakes, graded 93 percent,
32 key blocks.
— TREVOR MELUGIN, Prosper, Sr. -- graded 95 percent, 0 sacks allowed, team
averaged more than 400 yds per game
— GUY ROECKER, Lucas Lovejoy, Sr. -- Graded 92 percent, 51 pancakes, 0 sacks
— ADDISON BUSTOS, Amarillo Caprock, Sr. -- 97-1,717 receiving, 19 TDs; 4
— KADARRIUS CANNON, Mount Pleasant, Jr. -- 96-1,516 receiving, 25 TDs
— JAKE HUBENAK, Georgetown, Sr. -- 185-282 passing, 3,032 yds, 40 TDs;
64-300 rushing, 5 TDs
— KE'AUN KINNER, Little Elm, Sr. -- 314-2,763 rushing, 26 TDs
— D'MAUJERIC TUCKER, Wolfforth Frenship, Sr. -- 219-1,868 rushing, 25 TDs
— JAMES WHITE, Pearland Dawson, Sr. -- 185-1,697 rushing, 22 TDs
— JOSH SPARKMAN, Wolfforth Frenship, Sr. -- 13-13 FGs, 42-44 PATs
Offensive Player of the Year: Ke'aun Kinner, Little Elm.
— TYUS BOWSER, Tyler, Sr. -- 42 solo tackles, 5 assists, 15 sacks, 12 QB
hurries, 4 caused fumbles
— DEON BROWN, Angleton, Sr. -- 109 tackles, 5 caused fumbles, 7 sacks, 3
recovered fumbles, 19 pressures
— DAESHON HALL, Lancaster, Sr. -- 83 tackles, 24 TFL, 16 sacks, 2 FF, 4 PBU,
3 blocked kicks, 20 QB pressures
— ROBERT TREVINO, Edcouch-Elsa, Jr. -- 130 tackles, 18 sacks, 4 fumbles
caused, 2 fumble recoveries
— BUCKY BARRERA, Edcouch-Elsa, Jr. -- 145 tackles, 3 sacks, 5 INTs, 6 forced
fumbles, 4 fumble recoveries, 1 blocked punt
— MALIK JEFFERSON, Mesquite Poteet, Soph. -- 92 tackles, 20 tackles for loss
, 7 sacks, 5 forced fumbles, 4 blocked kicks
— NICK URETSKY, SA Alamo Heights, Sr. -- 162 tackles; 37 solos; 16 TFLs; 3
sacks; 7 QB hurries, 2 FRs; 6 PBUs
— CADE DAVIS, Wolfforth Frenship, Sr. -- 12 solo, 13 asst., 8 INT, 10 PBU
— CARLOS DE LARA, EP Del Valle, Sr. -- 89 tackles, 8 INTs
— NICK HARVEY, Lancaster, Jr. -- 50 tackles, 2 FF, 6 INT, 15 PBU
— BRYAN VALLE, Edcouch-Elsa, Jr. -- 104 tackles, 2 sacks, 7 INTs, 2 forced
fumbles, 1 fumble recovery
— JOSH STEVENS, EP Irvin, Jr. -- 29 punts, 46.9 average, long of 87, 9 punts
inside the 20
Defensive Player of the Year: Daeshon Hall, Lancaster.
— Terrance Franklin, Sherman, Jr.; Cody Hayes, FW Eastern Hills, Sr.; Jacob
Hildebrand, Georgetown, Sr.; Austin Hisler, Cedar Park, Sr.; Patrick Morris,
Denton Guyer, Sr.; Daniel McCarty, SA Alamo Heights, Sr.; Cory Stitle, Aledo,
— Garrett Gray, Marble Falls, Jr.; Torii Hunter Jr., Prosper, Sr.
— Montravious James, Mount Pleasant, Sr.
— Larry Cheeks, Crowley, Sr.; Orly Solis, Roma; Aaron Stevenson, FW Western
— Austin Shoemake, Frisco Centennial, Sr.
— Coby Bradford, Hallsville, Sr.; Spencer Cook, Houston Sharpstown, Sr.;
Koby Couron, Nederland, Sr.; Deon Hollins, Fort Bend Marshall, Sr.
— Dylan Douglass, Canyon, Jr.; Erick Flores, Mission, Sr.; Montana Quirante,
— Brandon Boone, Georgetown, Sr.; Jacoby Smith, Houston Wheatley, Sr.;
Ranthony Texada, Frisco Centennial, Sr.; Tyler Webb, Prosper, Jr.; Shea Wood,
— Zach Sinor, Castroville Medina Valley, Jr.
HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE
LINEMEN: Jacob Aguilar, Waxahachie; William Barns, Dallas Highland Park; Dalyn
Bearden, Wolfforth Frenship; Josh Blackburn, Crosby; Jesse Brubaker, Wylie
East; Rawlstan Decoteau, Angleton; Davis Geerts, Cedar Park; Jenner Jackson,
Sulphur Springs; Chris Jones, Corsicana; Jeff Jordan, Corsicana; Trevor Lee,
Lubbock Monterey; Mason McGinty, WF Rider; Kyle McKinney, Boerne Champion;
Garrett Neuman, Castroville Medina Valley; JR Perez, Port Lavaca Calhoun;
Maurice Porter, Fort Bend Marshall; Tyler Preston, Georgetown; Harrison Sorge,
WF Rider; Draven Taylor, Dallas Adamson; Rylan Veigel, Canyon.
RECEIVERS/ENDS: Tyler Ahrens, Kerrville Tivy; Marcell Ateman, Wylie East;
Dylan Cantrell, Whitehouse; Gregory Hogan, Humble Summer Creek; Randy
Knightner, Georgetown; Deondric Lofton, Victoria East; J.T. Luper, Sherman;
Matthew Merino, CC Ray; Fred Ross, Tyler.
QUARTERBACKS: Jacob Bartholomae, Lubbock Monterey; Collin Bowen, Canyon
Randall; Quade Coward, Cleburne; Michael Guerrero, Amarillo Caprock; Jerrod
Heard, Denton Guyer; Patrick Mahomes, Whitehouse; Parks McNeil, Kerrville
Tivy; Kyle Poeske, Boerne Champion; Montana Quirante, Vidor; Mike Richardson,
Marble Falls; Dru Smith, Sherman; Greg Ward, Tyler; Davis Webb, Prosper.
RUNNING BACKS: Jabari Anderson, Wylie East; Cameron Bausley, Red Oak; Travon
Benton, Lubbock Monterey; Tyrone Evans, Manor; Teriyon Gipson, Dallas Kimball;
Tre Guyton, Bryan Rudder; Matthew Guzman, Mercedes; Kendrick Hopkins,
Nederland; Aaron Jones, EP Burges; Ben Mata, Castroville Medina Valley;
Stedman Mayberry, Cedar Park Vista Ridge; Alex Sezer, Little
Cypress-Mauriceville; Keon Taylor, Houston Wheatley; Austin Walter, Crosby;
Joshawa West, Angleton; Josh Woods, Amarillo.
KICKERS: Juan Carranco, Dayton; Noe Diaz, Tyler; Mick Ellis, Lucas Lovejoy;
Jose Flores, Red Oak; Destin Wilkins, Whitehouse; Davis Williamson, Lubbock
HONORABLE MENTION DEFENSE
LINEMEN: Junel Barnes, Georgetown; Grant Blankenship, The Colony; Andrew
Billings, Waco; Jesse Brubaker, Wylie East; Brock Drummond, Georgetown; Carson
Dunn, Wolfforth Frenship; Wadih Eljuri, Cedar Park; Jesus Esparza, Pharr
Valley View; Thomas Ferguson, Denton Guyer; Cantrell Gaines, Austin Travis;
Jarrett Hall, Corsicana; Silvester Hayes, Dallas South Oak Cliff; Justin
Manning, Dallas Kimball; McKendric McKenzie, Dallas South Oak Cliff; P.J.
Murphy, Prosper; Brock Pryor, Nederland; Cody Ribble, WF Rider; Derick
Roberson, SA Brennan; Kyle Rutherford, Wolfforth Frenship; Graysen Schantz,
Lake Dallas; Slayton Shiels, Lucas Lovejoy; K.J. Smith, Frisco Centennial;
Micah Thomas, Cedar Park Vista Ridge; De Shawn Washington, Nederland.
LINEBACKERS: Darryl Battles, West Mesquite; Terence Belton, Denton Guyer;
Reggie Chevis, Houston Sharpstown; Ian Compton, Dallas Adams; Gumaro Cuellar,
Mercedes; Garrett Dolan, Barbers Hill; Cayden Ferrill, Hallsville; Richard
Franklin, Dallas South Oak Cliff; Richard Gipson, Tyler; Bradley Goldstein, WF
Rider; Josh Harris, Frisco Wakeland; Thomas Kotecki, Lucas Lovejoy; Jace
Lacaille, Georgetown; Jordan Mittie, Aledo; Jackson Paine, Cedar Park; Geraldo
Perez, Mercedes; Anthony Rhone, Texarkana Texas; Alberto Roque, Mission;
Terrell Singleton, Denton Guyer; Stephen Smith, Wolfforth Frenship; Korbin
Stampley, Nederland; Brandon Villa, Edcouch-Elsa; Grant Watanabe, SA Brennan;
Kahlee Woods, Sherman.
DEFENSIVE BACKS: Mason Alexander, Georgetown; D.J. Arnold, WF Rider; Michael
Blanco, Dallas South Oak Cliff; Tony Brown, Beaumont Ozen; Victor Davis,
Rosenberg Terry; Justin Dunning, Whitehouse; Peyton Elliott, Wolfforth
Frenship; Eric Estrada, CC Ray; David Fernandez, Pharr Valley View; Raffaele
Gaines, Mesquite Poteet; Diego Garcia, Edcouch-Elsa; Sergio Guerrero, Mission;
Jordan Hume, Sherman; Colton Kimler, Nederland; Jake Margezowitz, Boerne
Champion; Hunter Peterson, Castroville Medina Valley; Jaylen Price, Little
Elm; Larry Pryor, Sulphur Springs; Charles Smith III, Crowley; Garret
Turnbull, Frisco Liberty.
PUNTERS: Dylan Cook, Wylie East; Caleb Lewallen, Humble Kingwood Park.
The 2012 Texas Associated Press Sports Editors Class 4A all-state high school
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