2015 ALL-USA Missouri Football Team

2015 ALL-USA Missouri Football Team


2015 ALL-USA Missouri Football Team


USA TODAY High School Sports is proud to announce the 2015 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Missouri Football Team. Players were selected based on their athletic achievements from the 2015-16 season.

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COACH OF THE YEAR: Ryan Schartz, Fort Osage (Independence)

In his 11th year at the helm, Schartz brought Fort Osage full circle with a Class 5 state championship this fall. He inherited a team on a 19-game losing streak in 2002, and the rebuilding process culminated this season with 13-1 championship campaign.


OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Skylar Thompson, Fort Osage (Independence)

Thompson steamrolled the competition this fall, piling up 3,204 combined yards (2,112 passing and 1,092 rushing) and 44 touchdowns as a dual-threat quarterback. The Kansas State recruit accounted for a state-title game record 455 total yards and seven scores in a 63-28 romp over Chaminade to claim the Class 5 crown.

First Team

QB Skylar Thompson (6-3, 195, Sr.), Fort Osage (Independence)

RB Tre Bryant (6-0, 195, Sr.), Christian Brothers (St. Louis)

RB A.J. Taylor (6-0, 195, Sr.), Rockhurst (Kansas City)

WR Jaevon McQuitty (6-1, 190, Jr.), Battle (Columbia)

WR Briley Moore-McKinney (6-4, 215, Sr.), Blue Springs South (Blue Springs)

TE Brendan Scales (6-4, 235, Sr.), Lafayette (Wildwood)

OL Chase Behrndt (6-3, 295, Sr.), Lafayette (Wildwood)

OL Trystan Castillo (6-4, 280, Sr.), Webb City

OL Achillies Griffin (6-1, 265, Sr.), Blue Springs South (Blue Springs)

OL Dylan Powell (6-3, 270, Sr.), Hannibal

OL Boe Wilson (6-3, 290, Sr.), Lee’s Summit West (Lee’s Summit)

Second Team

QB Noah Nigro (5-11, 175, Sr.), Blue Springs South (Blue Springs)

RB Jordan Salima (5-10, 190, Sr.), Truman (Independence)

RB Ethan Staskewicz (6-0, 195, Sr.), Fort Zumwalt West (O’Fallon)

WR Harry Ballard (6-2, 180, Sr.), McCluer North (Florissant)

WR Al Young (6-0, 170, Sr.), Central (Cape Girardeau)

TE Chase Allen (6-7, 225, Sr.), Nixa

OL Zach Birch (6-2, 275, Sr.), Staley (Kansas City)

OL Zac Bray (6-3, 295, Sr.), Kickapoo (Springfield)

OL Brandon Gonzales (6-1, 260, Sr.), Kearney

OL Wyatt Malcom (6-3, 300, Sr.), Westminster Christian (Town & Country)

OL Nino Schmitt (6-0, 270, Sr.), Christian Brothers (St. Louis)


DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Adam Cofield, Blue Springs South (Blue Springs)

Cofield was a major key to Blue Springs South’s victory over Christian Brothers in the Class 6 state championship game, recording three sacks and nine tackles in a 37-28 win. He finished his season with 86 tackles and 13 tackles for loss.

First Team

DL Chester Graves (6-5, 230, Jr.), Park Hill (Kansas City)

DL Hayden Johnson (6-3, 255, Sr.), Rock Bridge (Columbia)

DL Jerrion Nelson (6-2, 260, Sr.), Battle (Columbia)

DL Sima Thomas (5-11, 265, Sr.), Fort Osage (Independence)

LB Adam Cofield (5-11, 205, Sr.), Blue Springs South (Blue Springs)

LB Cale Garrett (6-3, 225, Sr.), Kearney

LB Ryan Perkins (6-3, 220, Sr.), Howell (St. Charles)

DB Lamar Anderson (5-10, 185, Sr.), Christian Brothers (St. Louis)

DB Bryce Banks (6-2, 185, Sr.), Rock Bridge (Columbia)

DB Roderick Campbell Jr. (5-11, 180, Sr.), Chaminade College Prep (St. Louis)

DB Jake Lamb (6-0, 180, Sr.), Blue Springs South (Blue Springs)

Second Team

DL Jamarion Johnson (6-1, 215, Jr.), Chaminade College Prep (St. Louis)

DL Sam Roberts (6-5, 260, Sr.), Waynesville

DL Chris Stahl (6-3, 275, Sr.), St. Louis University (St. Louis)

DL Tre Williams (6-4, 220, Sr.), Rock Bridge (Columbia)

LB Kolesen Crane (6-0, 185, Sr.), Webb City

LB Luke Lowry (6-1, 215, Sr.), Kirkwood

LB Markail Williams (6-3, 210, Sr.), Pattonville (Maryland Heights)

DB Djimon Colbert (6-0, 175, Jr.), Winnetonka (Kansas City)

DB Daniel Isom (5-11, 170, Sr.), St. Louis University (St. Louis)

DB Jerry McBride (6-0, 185, Sr.), Hannibal

DB Mason Pack (6-1, 180, Sr.), Kickapoo (Springfield)


K Logan Tyler (6-0, 190, Sr.), Nixa


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