Marian Central's Chris Streveler.

Marian Central's Chris Streveler. (Darrell Goemaat/for the Chicago Tribune / December 8, 2012)


Chris Streveler, 6-2, 200, Marian Central, Sr.

Among the most productive players McHenry County has ever seen, the Minnesota recruit completed 164 of 248 attempts for 2,397 yards with 26 touchdowns and just 4 interceptions. Rushed for 1,124 yards and 22 TDs on 156 carries.

Running back

Matt Domer, 5-11, 180, Mount Carmel, Jr.

The soft-spoken Domer burst onto the scene in his first varsity season, quickly becoming the top threat for the Class 8A champion Caravan. Rushed for 1,370 yards and 20 TDs on 155 carries and became a BCS conference recruit.

Austin Guido, 5-10, 195, Waubonsie Valley, Sr.

Waubonsie's single-season and career rushing leader had 2,365 yards and 31 TDs on 319 carries for the 10-2 Warriors. Finished his career with 4,114 yards on 589 carries. Dayton, Drake, Northern Illinois and Toledo are interested, but the latter two have not offered.

Ty Isaac, 6-2, 225, Joliet Catholic, Sr.

Injuries forced USC commit off the field as much as he was on it, and he still rushed for 1,500 yards and 22 TDs to become the storied program's all-time rushing leader with 5,305 yards. Will not enroll early at USC as originally planned.

Kyle Norberg, 6-2, 215, Cary-Grove, Sr.

A move to fullback, where he had 2,330 yards and 26 TDs, took some time away at linebacker, where he recorded 26 tackles. Helped lead Trojans to Class 6A final.

Wide receiver

Joey Borsellino, 5-11, 185, Montini, Sr.

The heart and soul of Montini's fourth consecutive 5A state championship team — he was a starter on three — Borsellino fought through injuries all season to record 69 receptions for 739 yards and 14 TDs. He rushed for another 244 yards and 5 TDs as a Wildcat QB. Northwest Missouri State offered. Illinois, Indiana and Eastern Illinois have shown interest.

Troy Fumagalli, 6-6, 225, Waubonsie Valley, Sr.

The tight end's receiving numbers — 26 catches, 441 yards, 5 TDs — don't begin to tell the story because he made it look easy on the rare occasions Waubonsie didn't run. The Wisconsin recruit also was a key blocker for an offense that rushed for nearly 4,000 yards, and he recorded 48 tackles and 4 sacks at defensive end.

Tim Manczko, 6-3, 200, Conant, Sr.

Two-time Offensive Player of the Year in the Mid-Suburban West, Manczko was a dominant force on both sides of the ball as a senior. Caught 59 passes for 977 yards and 12 TDs and scored another 7 TDs on the ground while rushing for 171 yards. Had 59 tackles and 4 INTs at safety. Several FCS schools are in the mix.

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