2011 JCFootball.com / JC Grid-Wire AA Team

Seattle, Wash. -- JCFootball.com / JC Grid-Wire has announced its 2011 All-American team. Honorees have been selected from teams located throughout the United States. Highlighting the class is record-setting quarterback, Bo Wallace, who led East Mississippi to an undefeated season.

OFFENSE

QB Bo Wallace (6-5, 210), East Mississippi*
Named NJCAA Offensive POY. Led team to NJCAA National Title and undefeated season. Set new NJCAA records with 4,604 passing yards, 53 passing touchdowns, and 4,810 yards of total offense.

RB Damien Williams (6-1, 205), Arizona Western
Led NJCAA in rushing with an astounding 1,931 yards (161 per game) and 26 touchdowns.

RB Domenic Betts (5-10, 195), Orange Coast*
Led state of California with 1,772 yards rushing. Tops in touchdowns, too, with 21 total.

WR Marquez Clark (6-0, 180), Navarro
Named SWJCFC league MVP. Hauled in 85 passes for 1,453 yards and 14 touchdowns.

WR Travon Payne (6-0, 185), Long Beach
Led California with 1,147 receiving yards (65 reception). Had 13 TD receptions.

TE Blake Jackson (6-4, 230), Scottsdale
Grabbed 62 balls for 932 yards with 16 touchdowns. Signed midyear with Oklahoma State.

OL Visesio Salt (6-3, 330), Mt. San Antonio
Committed to the University of Florida.

OL Charles Siddoway (6-6, 300), Butte
Signed midyear with Ole Miss.

OL Donald Hawkins (6-5, 320), NW Mississippi
Committed to the University of Texas.

OL Kyle Long (6-7, 295), Saddleback
Committed to the University of Oregon.

OL Daniel Glauser (6-6, 315), New Mexico Military
The big man from Switzerland is headed to Florida State.

PK Michael Bowlin (6-4, 210), Saddleback
Was a first-team All-Conference selection. Had 14 touchbacks, made 11 of 15 field goal attempts. Signed midyear with Washington State.

ATH Ezekiel Graham (5-8, 160), LA Southwest*
Was his conference's offensive POY. Racked up 2,227 all-purpose yards (223 per game), which was easily tops in California. Had 1,268 rushing yards.

DEFENSE

DL Denico Autry (6-6, 255), East Mississippi
Committed to Mississippi State. Was top defensive lineman on team that went undefeated.

DL Morgan Breslin (6-3, 250), Diablo Valley
Signed midyear with USC. Tallied 13.5 sacks.

DL Chaz Nelson (6-3, 250), Garden City
Committed to Oklahoma. Named Jayhawk Conference defensive POY.

DL Demarcus Lawrence (6-3, 245), Butler
Signed midyear with Boise State. Led Jayhawk Conference in sacks (12) and tackles for loss (19).

LB Richard Thorpe (6-3, 235), Mt. San Antonio
Conference defensive POY. Helped team to state championship game.

LB Zaire Anderson (6-1, 215), Riverside
Committed to Nebraska. Led defensive for undefeated team. Named conference's defensive POY. Recorded 95 tackles with 6.5 sacks.

LB Chris Young (6-1, 220), Arizona Western
Named NJCAA defensive POY. Helped lead team to NJCAA title game.

LB Matt Willis (6-1, 230), LA Harbor
Recorded 22.5 tackles for loss. First in state in total tackles.

DB Blair Wishom (6-0, 200), San Francisco
Captain and leader of National Championship team's defense.

DB Zach Miller (5-10, 180), Butler
Speedster recorded six interceptions.

DB Travell Dixon (6-1, 205), Eastern Arizona
Headed to Alabama.

DB Otis Jacobs (6-1, 195), Miss. Gulf Coast
Signed midyear with Texas A&M. Excellent corner who also had tremendous success as a returner.

P Zach Kerndt (6-0, 198), Iowa Central
Led the NJCAA with a 45-yard average.

RET Cordarrelle Patterson (6-4, 211), Hutchinson
Dynamic wide receiver and return man. Scored 21 touchdowns. Averaged 153 yards per game. Named Jayhawk Conference offensive POY.


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