The Seattle Times 2012 All-State team, selected by Times staff reporter Jayson Jenks.

Seattle Times All-State Offense
Player School Ht. Wt. Yr.
QB Max Browne Skyline 6-5 220 Sr.
USC commit passed for 4,526 yards and 49 TDs with five interceptions
RB Ralph Kinne Shelton 5-11 205 Sr.
Workhorse back piled up 2,224 rushing yards, 28 touchdowns
RB Austin Joyner Marysville-Pilchuck 5-10 180 So.
Averaged 14 yards per carry, picked up 2,036 rushing yards and a UW offer
WR Zach Eagle Camas 5-8 160 Jr.
Sure-handed receiver with big-play ability had 77 receptions, 1,074 yards
WR Trent Riley Mount Si 6-2 194 Sr.
Had 59 catches, 872 receiving yards and school-record 22 touchdowns
TE David Ajamu Shelton 6-5 230 Sr.
Big tight end turned down offer from Oregon State, committed to UW
OL Mason Friedline King’s 6-5 275 Sr.
Turned down Pac-12 offers to continue playing football at Yale
OL Macartney McQueary Bellarmine Prep 6-3 305 Sr.
Best lineman for state runner-up team that had powerful ground game
OL Cody O’Connell Wenatchee 6-8 345 Sr.
Big Nine Lineman of Year despite missing most of season with injury
OL Drew Clarkson Camas 6-4 275 Jr.
First-team All-GSHL 4A selection led potent Papermakers offense
OL Matt Meyer Lynden 6-6 285 Sr.
First-team all-league player on both sides of ball; headed to WSU
Ath Chico McClatcher Federal Way 5-7 165 So.
All-purpose player returned 4 punts for scores; 6 rushing, 6 receiving TDs
K Cameron Van Winkle Mount Si 5-10 160 Sr.
State-record 39 career FGs; all but four kickoffs this year for touchbacks
Seattle Times All-State Defense
Player School Ht. Wt. Yr.
DL Darien Freeman Bellevue 5-11 290 Sr.
Disruptive and athletic force one coach described as “tree trunk”
DL Jaimie Bryant Tumwater 6-5 260 Sr.
Athletic, active lineman will head to Washington next season
DL Langston Ward Mead 6-5 250 Sr.
Perhaps the most disruptive lineman in GSL; will play at Harvard next year
LB Myles Jack Bellevue 6-3 225 Sr.
UCLA recruit terrorized offenses and racked up 21 sacks
LB Sean Constantine Bellevue 6-2 225 Sr.
Three-year starter and UW commit was leader of Wolverines’ defense
LB Danny Mattingly Mead 6-4 235 Sr.
Talented player decommitted from Notre Dame, reopened recruiting
LB Peyton Pelluer Skyline 6-1 225 Sr.
The quarterback of Skyline’s defense had 377 career tackles; WSU commit
LB John Norcross Camas 6-2 215 Sr.
The Columbian’s All-Region Player of Year
DB Budda Baker Bellevue 5-10 175 Jr.
One of the most electric players in state; offers from Notre Dame, UW
DB Harold Lee Auburn 5-9 160 Sr.
Intercepted seven passes and scored in almost every way possible
DB Josh Kraght Lynden 5-11 180 Sr.
Three-time All-Northwest Conference 3A/2A Player of Year
Ret Andrew Brown Tumwater 5-11 175 Sr.
Explosive RB and EvCo MVP had six returns for touchdowns
P Austin Rehkow Central Valley 6-3 195 Sr.
Solid punter made ESPN SportsCenter Top 10 with winning, 67-yard FG