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Scout's Senior All-Americans For 2016

Scout unveils its 2016 team of High School All-Americans...

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Scout's team of national recruiting analysts unveil the All-American team for the 2017 class. It is based on a combination of performance during the 2016 season plus their evaluation as players moving forward.

FIRST TEAM

OFFENSE

QB- Tate Martell, Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman - Committed to Ohio State

Led Gorman to their second straight Scout National Championship and third overall.  Played a great schedule and stepped up big time in key moments in every game.  Threw for 2,362 yards and 41 touchdowns with one interception and ran for 1,257 yards and 21 touchdowns.

RB- Najee Harris, Antioch (Calif.) - Committed to Alabama

The nation’s No. 1 player ran for 2,776 yards and 34 touchdowns to put the exclamation point on one of the finest careers in California history.

RB- D'Andre Swift, Philadelphia (Pa.) St. Joseph's Prep - Committed to Georgia

Swift, who is committed to Georgia, missed a few games with an ankle injury but still rushed for 1,564 yards and 25 touchdowns on 149 carries. He also caught 21 passes for 500 yards and nine touchdowns.

WR- Oliver Martin, Iowa City (Iowa) West

The Army All-American had 85 receptions for 1,272 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior. One punt return for a touchdown and one kick return for a touchdown as well.

WR- CeeDee Lamb, Richmond (Texas) Foster - Committed to Oklahoma

The future Sooner caught 98 passes for 2,032 yards and 33 touchdowns on 20.7 yards per reception. He also ran four times for 35 yards. Lamb's 33 TD catches are the second-most in a single season in Texas high school football history.

WR- Jeff Thomas, East St. Louis (Ill.) 

Led the Flyers to a state title with 50 receptions or 1,101 yards and 13 touchdowns and was the MVP of the Under Armour All-American Game.

OL- Foster Sarell, Graham (Wash.) Kapowsin - Committed to Stanford

Another monster year for a player some feel could be the best OL the state has produced.  Named the Anthony Munoz National Lineman of the Year by the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and was the OL MVP of The Opening Finals.

OL-  Alex Leatherwood, Pensacola (Fla.) Booker T. Washington - Committed to Alabama

Leatherwood is already in Tuscaloosa (Ala.) starting his career at Alabama and he could be next in line in the trenches.  In one game this season, he had 15 pancake blocks and he was in double figure three other games.

OL- Walker Little, Fort Worth (Texas) Episcopal - Committed to Stanford

Little dominated the competition along the way to a monumental rankings rise that saw him finish in the Top 5 overall nationally. He was in the Final Five OL at The Opening and was named as one of the Top 5 overall performers at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

OL- Isaiah Wilson, Brooklyn (N.Y.) Poly Prep - Committed to Georgia

The Georgia commit had three rushing touchdowns in a game, but made his big mark as a right tackle. When asked how many pancakes he had on the season, he responded, "enough to run a local iHop."

OL- Wyatt Davis, Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco - Committed to Ohio State

Won the coveted Mr. California Football from Cal-HiSports and was best player on state's best team. The top offensive guard prospect in the country, is one of the best lineman Southern California has ever produced.

ATH- Cam Akers, Clinton (Miss.) - Committed to Florida State

Akers went out on top leading Clinton (Miss.) to a state title his senior year.  The Florida State commit had over 5,200 yards of total offense and 65 touchdowns.  He ended his career as the No. 1 prospect in the South.

DEFENSE

DL- Jaelan Phillips, Redlands (Calif.) East Valley - Committed to UCLA

The U.S. Army National Defensive Player of the Year had 21 sacks this past season while playing a lot of outside and even middle backer. Freakish talent who is the No. 1 defensive end in the country.

DL- Aubrey Solomon, Leesburg (Ga.) Lee County

Solomon went out with a bang against regular double-teams in the toughest region in Georgia.  He finished with 75 tackles, 10 sacks, 16 tackles for loss and one defensive touchdown.

DL- Chase Young, Hyattsville (Md.) Dematha Catholic - Committed to Ohio State

Young, who is committed to Ohio State, made 118 tackles, including 32 for loss. He also had 19 1/2 sacks

DL- K'Lavon Chaisson, Galena Park (Texas) North Shore

The five-star defensive end was named the District Defensive MVP. Tied sack record in UA Game with three in Orlando and also had 5 TFLs in the game.

LB- Thomas Johnston, Spanish Fort (Ala.) - Committed to UAB

Johnston broke the all-time state of Alabama record for tackles this season while racking up 197 on the season.  He is constantly around the ball and a tackling machine.

LB- Anthony Hines, Plano (Texas) East - Committed to Texas A&M

As a senior in 2016, Hines was credited with 245 total tackles by the Dallas Morning News. He also racked up 38 tackles for a loss, six sacks, two interceptions, five forced fumbles and a fumble recovery. He was named the Scout All-Midlands Defensive Player of the Year and the USA Today Defensive Player of the Year.

LB- Dylan Moses, Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy - Committed to Alabama

Moses played elite competition his senior season and continued to shine making tackles sideline to sideline. He finished with over 100 tackles, averaging almost 12 per game.

DB- Bubba Bolden, Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman - Committed to USC

The top defensive player in the state of Nevada. Had an incredible year, made more big plays than any other safety and his blocked FG against St. Thomas Aquinas where he leaped over the entire OL in OT was the play of the year out West and preserved their unbeaten season.

DB- Shaun Wade, Jacksonville (Fla.) Trinity Christian Academy - Committed to Ohio State

Wade hardly ever left the field, but when on defense, seven time he got the ball back to his offense.  The Ohio State commit had a number of big hits and he had seven interceptions on the season.

DB- Devon Hunter, Chesapeake (Va.) Indian River - Committed to Virginia Tech

Hunter made 86 tackles playing safety at Indian River. He was also a big-time running back and ran for 1,223 yards and 24 touchdowns.

DB- Darnay Holmes, Calabasas (Calif.) - Committed to UCLA

Put up big numbers at receiver and was tremendous as a cover corner and returning punts and kicks.

ATH- Lamont Wade, Clairton (Pa.) - Committed to Penn State

Wade is already enrolled at Penn State and was a standout on offense, but was so good on defense teams rarely threw his way. Still, he had four interceptions, including three for touchdowns. He also rushed for 2,400 yards and 39 touchdowns.

SPECIAL TEAMS

K- Blake Haubeil, Buffalo (N.Y.) Canisius - Committed to Ohio State

Haubeil made all 56 of his exta point attempts and was 6 of 9 on field goals, with a long of 47 yards. Haubeil also kicked off 76 times, and registered 53 touchbacks.

P- Ryan Stonehouse, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei

Top specialist in the West, Stonehouse averaged 44.9 on punts and had 12 of his 24 punts pin inside the 20.

LS- Thomas Fletcher, Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy - Committed to Alabama

Army All American and Chris Rubio Award winner.


SECOND TEAM

OFFENSE

QB Jake Fromm

RB Eno Benjamin

RB Michael Warren

WR Charleston Rambo

WR Sage Surratt

TE Hunter Bryant

OL Calvin Ashley

OL Xavier Newman

OL Trey Smith

OL Austin Jackson

OL Jack Anderson

ATH Kalil Pimpleton

DEFENSE

DL Kendrick Green

DL Jonathan Garvin

DL Aaron Odom

DL Haskell Garrett

LB Louis Acceus

LB Levi Draper

LB Nate McBride

DB Jacoby Stevens

DB Richard LeCounte

DB Ambry Thomas

DB Paris Ford

ATH Roshauud Paul

SPECIAL TEAMS

Anders Carlson

Reeves Mundschau

LS Mitch Hall


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