USA TODAY's All-USA 2011 high school football team

USA TODAY's All-USA 2011 high school football team

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USA TODAY's All-USA 2011 high school football team

Players of the Year Dorial Green-Beckham and Mario Edwards headline the high school football first and second teams

Players of the Year Dorial Green-Beckham and Mario Edwards headline the high school football first and second teams

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All-USA first team offense
Name Pos. Ht., Wt. College Choice Details
Dorial Green-Beckham, Hillcrest, Springfield, Mo. WR 6-6, 220 Missouri Set a national record for career receiving yards with 6,447. Was also an All-USA selection in 2010.
Jameis Winston, Hueytown, Ala. QB 6-4, 200 Florida State Passed for 2,424 yards and 28 TDs with only two interceptions. Led team to 5A semifinals. Also ran for 1,063 yards and 15 TDs
Jordan Westerkamp, Montini, Lombard, Ill. WR 6-2 195 Nebraska Part of three state champions. Had 12 catches for 353 yards and five TDs in this year’s 5A title game. Owns state career records for receiving yards (4,618) and TDs (68).
Stefon Diggs, Good Counsel, Olney, Md. WR 6-0, 185 Maryland 36 catches for 808 yards and scored 13 TDs. Didn’t play receiver until high school.
D.J. Humphries, Mallard Creek, Charlotte OL 6-5, 265 Florida Hasn’t allowed a sack in past three seasons
John Theus, Bolles, Jacksonville OL 6-6, 292 Georgia Led team to 4A state title. Brother of Georgia lineman Nathan Theus.
Andrus Peat, Corona del Sol, Tempe, Ariz. OL 6-7, 305 Stanford Son of former NFL lineman Todd and brother of Nebraska lineman Todd Peat Jr.
Zach Banner, Lakes, Lakewood, Wash. OL 6-9, 310 USC Only repeat first-team All-USA player this year. Runs a 4.7 40 and is biological son of former NFL All-Pro Lincoln Kennedy
J.J. Denman, Pennsbury, Fairless Hills, Pa. OL 6-7, 305 Rutgers Team’s offensive player of the year hasn’t allowed a sack in two years.
Johnathan Gray, Aledo, Texas RB 5-11, 190 Texas Has run for 205 TDs in his career, a national record. Has 10,908 career rushing yards.
Rushel Shell, Hopewell, Alquippa, Pa. RB 6-0, 210 Pittsburgh Ran for 2,312 yards and 28 TDs and broke state career rushing record
Kelvin Taylor, Glades Day, Belle Glade, Fla. RB 5-10, 205 Undecided (Junior) Has rushed for 9,681 yards in his career, breaking Emmitt Smith’s state record with a season to go. Also had 150 TDs in his career and is son of former NFL RB Fred Taylor.
Ross Martin, Walsh Jesuit, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio K 5-10, 185 Duke Hasn’t missed an extra point in three years. Made nine of 14 field goals.
All-USA first team defense
Name Pos. Ht., Wt. College Choice Details
Mario Edwards, Ryan, Denton, Texas DL 6-4, 275 Florida State Had 67 tackles (32 for loss), 11 sacks and seven forced fumbles
Ellis McCarthy, Monrovia, Calif. DL 6-5, 311 UCLA 55 tackles, five sacks and three fumble recoveries despite missing four games with knee injury.
Noah Spence, Bishop McDevitt, Harrisburg, Pa. DL 6-4, 245 Ohio State 98 tackles, including 50 solo and 27 for loss, and four blocked kicks. Led team to 3A title game.
Tommy Schutt, Glenbard West, Glen Ellyn, Ill. DL 6-2, 301 Ohio State 67 tackles, 141/2 sacks, 23 tackles for loss, 19 batted balls and one interception.
Darius Hamilton, Don Bosco Prep, Ramsey, N.J. DL 6-4, 245 Rutgers Son of former New York Giants defensive lineman Keith Hamilton had 74 tackles, 17 sacks and an interception this season. In on four sacks in state title game.
Shaq Thompson, Grant, Sacramento DB 6-2, 210 Washington 57 tackles, one interception and five pass breakups. Also passed for eight TDs, ran for 15 TDs, punted and returned kicks.
Landon Collins, Dutchtown, Geismar, La. DB 5-11, 199 Alabama 45 tackles and four interceptions, returning two for TDs. Also ran for 1,218 yards and 21 TDs.
Leon McQuay III, Armwood, Seffner, Fla. DB 6-1, 177 Undecided (Junior) 59 tackles and nine pass breakups. Grandson of former NFL player Leon McQuay.
Tracy Howard, Miramar, Fla. DB 6-0, 170 Miami 10 interceptions and 10 pass breakups, though teams rarely threw in his direction.
Vince Biegel, Lincoln, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. LB 6-3, 210 Wisconsin Had 172 tackles, 21 sacks and three interceptions.
Scott Starr, Norco, Calif. LB 6-3, 225 USC Four-year starter had 133 tackles, had 96 tackles and six sacks this season.
Noor Davis, Leesburg, Fla. LB 6-4, 223 Stanford Butkus Award winner as top high school linebacker despite missing three games with knee injury. Also had 4.3 GPA
All-USA second team offense
Name Pos. Ht., Wt. School College Choice
Nelson Agholor RB 6-2, 180 Berkeley Prep, Tampa, FL USC
Arik Armstead OL 6-7, 280 Pleasant Grove, Elk Grove, Calif. Oregon
D.J. Foster RB 5-11, 190 Saguaro, Scottsdale, Ariz Arizona State
Ty Isaac Jr. RB 6-3, 215 Joliet Catholic, Joliet, Ill. Undecided (Junior)
Cayleb Jones WR 6-3, 198 Austin, Texas Texas
Gunner Kiel QB 6-4, 220 East, Columbus, Ind Notre Dame
Hiva Lutui OL 6-3, 284 Trinity, Euless, Texas UCLA
Bradley Pinion K 6-5, 220 Northwest Cabarrus, Concord, N.C. Clemson
Shaq Roland WR 6-1, 170 Lexington, S.C. South Carolina
Jordan Simmons OL 6-5, 325 Crespi, Encino, Calif. USC
T.J. Yeldon RB 6-2, 205 Daphne, Ala. Alabama
Jordan Diamond OL 6-6, 291 Chicago, Ill. Auburn
All-USA second team defense
Name Pos. Ht., Wt. School College Choice
Ronald Darby DB 5-11, 175 Potomac, Oxon Hill, Md. Florida State
Yuri Wright DB 6-2, 180 Don Bosco Prep, Ramsey, N.J. Colorado
Benetton Fonua LB 6-0, 208 Kahuku, Hawaii Hawaii
Eddie Goldman DL 6-4, 307 Friendship Collegiate, Washington, D.C. Florida State
Caleb Gulledge DL 6-4, 255 Prattville, Ala. Alabama
DeMarkus Lathan LB 5-9, 190 Longview, Texas Undecided (Junior)
Justin Lyles LB 5-9, 230 Phoebus, Hampton, Va. Concord University
Sal Martinez DB 6-0, 205 Edinburg, Texas UT-San Antonio
Antonio Morrison LB 6-3, 220 Bolingbrook, Ill. Florida
Robert Nkemdiche DL 6-5, 260 Grayson, Loganville, Ga. Undecided (Junior)
Jabari Ruffin LB 6-4, 230 Downey, Calif. USC

 

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