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Most Valuable Players




Overall: J.R. Hasty, Bellevue


Class 4A: Taylor Rank, Evergreen (Vancouver)




Class 3A: Hasty, Bellevue




Class 2A: Jordan Slesk, Meridian




Class 1A: Jeff Jack, Royal




Class B-11: Jacob Kragt, Lind-Ritzville




Class B-8: Kevin Dainty, Lacrosse-Washtucna


Coaches of the Year




Overall: Cale Piland, Evergreen (Vancouver)




Class 4A: Piland, Evergreen (Vancouver)




Class 3A: Butch Goncharoff, Bellevue




Class 2A: Roger Hoell, Othello




Class 1A: Wiley Allred, Royal




Class B-11: Mike Lynch, Lind-Ritzville




Class B-8: Jeff Nelson, Lacrosse-Washtucna.


(Compiled by Seattle Times assistant sports editor Don Shelton with input from Times staff.)










































































































































































































































































































Seattle Times All-State Team
Offense
Pos. Player School (City) Ht. Wt. Year
QB Jared Prince North Kitsap (Poulsbo) 6-3 195 Sr.
Two-time Narrows Bridge Division MVP passed for 2,050 yards, 24 TDs.
RB Jonathan Stewart Timberline (Lacey) 5-10 220 Sr.
State’s top recruit set state career rushing record; ran for 2,278 yards, 30 TDs this season
RB J.R. Hasty Bellevue 5-10 195 Sr.
Led team to fourth straight 3A title with 2,519 rushing yards, 50 all-purpose TDs.
RB Taylor Rank Evergreen (Vancouver) 6-2 205 Sr.
Bruising runner rushed for 2,013 yards, 33 TDs. Had 211 yards, 3 TDs in 4A title win.
WR Jamil Turner Bethel (Graham) 6-2 194 Sr.
Spectacular UCLA signee had 74 catches, 1,468 yards, 15 TDs
WR Nathan Overbay Chehalis 6-6 225 Sr.
Nephew of major-leaguer Lyle Overbay had 81 catches for 1,485 yards, 17 TDs
TE Adam Grant Puyallup 6-7 245 Sr.
Arizona signee a devastating blocker with 14 catches, 185 yards, TD in run-first offense.
OL Stephen Schilling Bellevue 6-5 280 Jr.
Key blocker in Wolverines’ Wing-T has speed, agility, size to be top recruit next year.
OL Kenny Alfred Gig Harbor 6-3 290 Sr.
WSU recruit was two-time Narrows Bridge Lineman of Year, may be state’s best.
OL Danny Johnson Skyline (Sammamish) 6-4 280 Sr.
KingCo 4A’s Lineman of Year led Spartans into 4A final. Eyeing Arizona State, UW.
OL Ryan Tolar Pasco 6-6 320 Jr.
Enormous talent matches size and should make him one of state’s top recruits as senior.
OL Sean Rock Kentwood 6-4 275 Sr.
SPSL North Offensive Lineman of Year paved way for two 1,000-yard rushers.
AP Leon Jackson Pasco 6-2 205 Sr.
Nebraska-bound speedster rushed for 1,745 yards, averaging 13.5, and can catch.
K Kris Higgins North Central (Spokane) 6-0 160 Sr.
UCLA walkon kicked 7 of 10 FGs, including 52-yarder, missed once inside 45.
Defense
Pos. Player School (City) Ht. Wt. Year
DL Tyrone Davis Olympia 6-3 225 Sr.
Narrows League Bay Defensive MVP was a force with 97 tackles and 10 sacks.
DL Greg Peach Evergreen (Vancouver) 6-4 221 Sr.
Greater St. Helens Defensive MVP was anchor of 4A champions’ stingy defense.
DL Manny Mendoza Evergreen (Burien) 6-3 310 Sr.
Seamount King Lineman of Year both ways; is also a standout baseball pitcher.
DL Tyler Minium Kelso 6-3 220 Sr.
Quickness yielded 92 tackles, 8 sacks, and returned fumble, interception for TDs
LB Anthony Felder O’Dea 6-3 225 Sr.
Metro Mountain Defensive MVP is blue-chip recruit eyeing LSU, Ohio State.
LB E.J. Savannah Bellevue 6-2 215 Sr.
Big-time talent who had 72 solo tackles, 4.5 sacks, 9 tackles for loss for 3A champs.
LB Taryn Sanders Pasco 6-0 210 Sr.
Big Nine Defensive MVP averaged 10 tackles for league’s premier defense.
DB Shelton Danzy Rainier Beach 5-10 195 Sr.
WSU recruit had four interceptions, returning 1 for TD in playoffs for Vikings.
DB Tony Coburn Pasco 5-10 175 Sr.
Offensive force scored 29 TDs, was Big Nine Offensive Co-MVP; can cover anyone.
DB Brett Kaluza Skyline (Sammamish) 6-2 190 Sr.
Two-way star had 5 interceptions as safety, but will play baseball at Washington.
DB Jake Locker Ferndale 6-2 200 Jr.
Multi-talented two-time All-NW League safety had 5 interceptions QB’d team to 3A finals.
KR Taylor Mays O’Dea 6-3 215 Jr.
Son of ex-Husky Stafford Mays is defending 100, 200 champ, returned 3 punts for TDs
P Ryan Perkins North Thurston (Lacey) 5-11 170 Sr.
Washington recruit averaged remarkable 47 yards per punt for Rams.