QUARTERBACK - Alex Johnston - York - senior. His stellar senior year for the district champion Falcons included 1,860 passing yards for 21 TDs, and 552 rushing yards and 14 TDs.
RUNNING BACK - Will Capers - Lafayette - senior. Fullback was the go-to guy in the Rams' Wing-T and won a second consecutive district rushing title with 1,371 yards and 18 TDs.
RUNNING BACK - William Emeny - Poquoson - senior. A big year for the two-way first-team all-district pick included 1,239 rushing yards and 20 TDs, along with 125 tackles at LB.
RECEIVER - Romond Deloatch - Phoebus - senior. His numbers - 40 catches, 821 yards, 9 TDs - are impressive enough. Then factor in that he played in a Power-I offense that runs three-fourths of the time.
RECEIVER - Rashawn Proctor - Bethel - senior. He became only the fourth receiver in PD history to break 1,000 yards. Finished with 49 catches for 1,013 yards and 12 TDs.
RECEIVER - Willie Davis - Bethel - senior. As good as Proctor was, Davis actually led the district in catches with 50. His went for 772 yards and 11 TDs.
LINE - Andy Ruckman - Woodside - senior. After making second-team all-state as a junior, Ruckman had another solid year blocking in the Wolverines' Wing-T offense.
LINE - Roc Jackson - Phoebus - senior. A two-year starter at left guard, Jackson was vital to the Phantoms' success up the middle. A consistent blocker.
LINE - Win Homer - Christchurch - senior. The 6-foot-5, 255-pound tackle committed to Boston College in May, then led the Seahorses to the state independent Division II title.
LINE - Hayden Crockett - York - senior. The Falcons' offense hovered near
40 points and 400 yards much of the year, thanks in large part to a solid line led by the 6-4, 305-pound FCS prospect.
LINE - Nick Kepa - Lafayette - senior. The four-year starter at center repeated as an all-district and all-region pick despite tearing a knee ligament in Week 2.
ATHLETE - Donnell Lewis - Woodside - senior. He didn't produce the greatest stats at quarterback (1,490 yards, 14 TDs), but he was a constant threat - especially in the fourth quarter.
KICKER - Chris Moller - Woodside - senior. Going 0-for-4 vs. Bayside was a bummer, but it doesn't subtract from his PD-record 13 field goals in 16 attempts during the regular season.
LINE - Devin Claiborne - Kecoughtan - senior. Was moved from linebacker to defensive end, where he blossomed into one of the PD's best. He had 11 sacks.
2011 Daily Press all-star football team
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