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The News Tribune’s 2011 All-State Football Team

Post by Doug Pacey / The News Tribune on Dec. 1, 2011 at 1:25 pm with 2 Comments »
December 1, 2011 2:01 pm
Bellevue High's Tyler Hasty (No. 1) rushed for 117 yards and scored four touchdowns in a win at Lakes. Hasty is The News Tribune's Football State Player of the Year. Photo by Dean J. Koepfler, staff photographer


Tyler Hasty, Bellevue
QB/DB, 5-11, 185, Senior

Hasty makes top-ranked Bellevue’s fine-tuned offensive go and provides pop on defense. He turned in his finest offensive performance in one of the Wolverines’ biggest games, rushing for 113 yards and four TDs on 17 carries in a 35-14 win over Lakes in the quarterfinals on the way to a fourth straight trip to the Class 3A state finals. He also helped run-oriented Bellevue add a passing attack this season, throwing for almost 1,000 yards and 9 TDs. KingCo 3A/2A’s Defensive Player of the Year, Hasty has four interceptions. He has offers from Colorado, Oregon State and Idaho.

Randy Davis, Cascade Christian

Gutted by graduation, the defending Class 1A state champions took early-season lumps, but have found their way to the state finals for the fourth straight season

QB Max Browne 6-5 210 Jr. Skyline
Completed 71.3 percent of passes for 3,813 yards, 43 TDs and 5 interceptions

RB Matt Hadley 5-11 195 Sr. Connell
BYU recruit ran for 2,162 yards; owns state records for career TDs, points scored

RB Parker Henry 6-0 205 Sr. Skyview
Heart of the Storm rushed for 2,161 yards, 31 TDs, has team in state finals

OL Zach Banner 6-9 335 Sr. Lakes
Elite recruit down to Michigan, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, USC and UW

OL Joshua Garnett 6-5 295 Sr. Puyallup
One of the top-rated recruits in nation is technically sound, physically dominant

OL Walker Williams 6-7 315 Sr. Tacoma Baptist
Orally committed to Wisconsin, he could develop into this class’ best lineman

OL Michael Kneip 6-4 290 Sr. Bellevue
Two-year starter at center holds together the Wolverines’ talented line

OL Max Kelly 6-7 265 Sr. Gonzaga Prep
Massive Montana commit anchored Bullpups’ line of scrimmage, continues to grow

TE Caleb Smith 6-6 245 Sr. Kentridge
Oregon State recruit caught 37 passes for 570 yards, 3 TDs; ran for 425 yards, 8 TDs

WR Michael Rector 6-2 185 Sr. Bellarmine Prep
Narrows League 4A MVP and UW recruit totaled 43 catches, 916 yards, 13 TDs

WR Denzel Jones 5-10 175 Sr. Eisenhower
Playmaker hauled in 75 passes for 1,494 yards, 19 TDs for high-scoring Cadets

ATH Jordan Todd 5-7 180 Sr. Interlake
Set state’s single-season rushing record with 2,681 yards in 12 games

K Cameron Van Winkle 5-10 160 Jr. Mount Si
Set a state record this fall, kicking 18 field goals, including 6 longer than 42 yards

DL Zaheer Webb 6-3 320 Sr. Lakes
Teams ran away from the Colorado recruit, who tormented offensive lines

DL Uso Olive 6-1 305 Sr. Federal Way
SPSL South’s D-Lineman of the Year is incredibly strong; committed to Portland St.

DL Sawyer Whalen 6-4 220 Sr. Woodinville
Two-way standout on the line took Falcons to semifinals; committed to Portland St.

DL Josh Mitchell 6-4 270 Sr. Mount Si
State wrestling champ was KingCo Lineman of the Year; committed to Oregon St.

LB Jordan Pulu 6-1 235 Sr. Federal Way
SPSL South’s Linebacker of the Year, WSU recruit led Eagles to state playoffs

LB Jordan Downing 6-1 200 Sr. Chiawana
CBBN 4A MVP saw his season cut short due to injury; also an all-league running back

LB Danny Mattingly 6-4 220 Jr. Mead
GSL co-Defensive MVP getting attention from college coaches as a tight end

DB/LB Tanner Nelson 6-3 200 Sr. Union
Defensive MVP of GSHL 4A played safety, cornerback and outside linebacker

DB Jason Thompson 6-3 195 Sr. Kennedy Catholic
Washington recruit and three-year starter was Seamount’s Defensive Back of the Year

DB Cedric Dozier 5-11 175 Sr. Lakes
Fantastic athlete, U.S. Army All-American Bowl selection is committed to California

DB Jayshawn Jordan 5-10 180 Sr. O’Dea
Three-year starter was Metro League Mountain Division Defensive MVP

DB Ma’ne Manaea 5-11 185 Sr. Lakes
TNT’s All-Area Player of the Year also played receiver, punter; will play at Colorado

RET Christian Gasca 5-11 185 Sr. Lake Stevens
Game changer returned four punts for touchdowns, helping team to state semifinals

P Korey Durkee 6-4 205 Sr. Gig Harbor
Washington recruit averaged 45.9 yards per punt, only six of his punts were returned

Leave a comment Comments → 2
  1. okiedokie123 says:

    Gasca’s stats 1308 yards , 80 receptions, and 19 td’s. Rectors, 916 yards 43 receptions , 13 td’s dont even come close !

  2. Will you be publishing the Northwest/Seatac 2B League 2011 All League football team?

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