77th N-G All-State Football Team
77th N-G All-State Football Team
name High school YR. HT. WT. Coach Bob Asmussen’s comment
Matt Alviti Maine South Sr. 6-0 195 David Inserra Player of the Year, who will take his talents to Northwestern next year, follows in a long line of successful Hawk signal-callers
Tom Fuessel Lincoln-Way East Sr. 6-3 180 Rob Zvonar A top contender for State Player of the Year, leader of Class 7A finalist averaging almost a first down every carry
Austin Green Rochester Sr. 6-3 200 Derek Leonard Wes who? In his only year as a starter, Lunt’s replacement has team playing for another state title
Mitch Kimble Jersey Sr. 6-3 190 Dave Jacobs NIU recruit (enrolling in January) helped school end 10-year playoff drought, passing and running team to a perfect regular season
Cameron Mammen Urbana Sr. 6-1 190 Nathan Watson Also a standout wrestler, Champaign-Urbana career passing leader helped Tigers win first playoff game in school history
Peter Pujals Loyola Academy Sr. 6-2 195 John Holecek League offensive MVP effective in his one year as starter, helping team to Class 8A semifinals
Chris Streveler Marian Catholic Sr. 6-3 205 Ed Brucker Minnesota recruit, who had 26:4 touchdown-to-interception ratio, received interest from ACC, Big East, MAC
Kendrick Foster Peoria Richwoods Sr. 5-9 189 Roland Brown Illinois recruit, who went over 6,000 rushing yards for his career, becomes the first three-time N-G All-Stater
Chris Harris Springfield SH-G Sr. 6-0 198 Ken Leonard All-conference choice helped Cyclones to spot in Class 5A semifinals
Michael Hermosillo Ottawa Sr. 5-10 190 Trent Swords Illinois recruit finished season with more than 2,000 yards rushing and scored 30 touchdowns. Also threw a touchdown pass
Ty Isaac Joliet Catholic Sr. 6-3 225 Dan Sharp Southern Cal-bound superstar went over 1,200 yards despite missing five games with injury. You might see him on Sundays
Justin Jackson Glenbard North Jr. 6-0 175 Ryan Wilkens Leader of Class 8A finalist already has offers from Illinois, Boston College, Purdue, Northwestern and others
Tommy Mister Richards Jr. 6-1 165 Tony Sheehan Notre Dame, Illinois, Indiana have already made offers to 2014 preseason Player of the Year
Kyle Norberg Cary-Grove Sr. 6-1 215 Brad Seaburg Two-way standout, who gained 329 yards in one game, helped his team reach Class 6A title game
Dimitri Taylor Montini Sr. 5-10 185 Chris Andriano After averaging 8 yards a carry during season, he scored three TDs (two run, one receiving) in playoff win against Joliet Catholic
Chad Beebe Aurora Christian Sr. 5-9 165 Don Beebe Coach’s kid will go over 1,000 yards receiving for season during Friday’s state title game vs. Unity and has scored 15 touchdowns
Joe Borsellino Montini Sr. 5-11 185 Chris Andriano Talented two-way player leads state finalists in receptions (66) and touchdowns (19)
Kevin Carroll St. Thomas More Sr. 6-2 185 Dan Hennessey First-team all-conference at three positions (defensive back, punter), he led area in catches (44), yards (1,071) and TDs (13)
Darius Mosely O’Fallon Sr. 5-11 180 Brandon Joggerst Illinois recruit, who figures to get early playing time, had 69 catches for 1,126 yards and 13 TDs
Tarance Roby Rockford Lutheran Sr. 6-1 185 Bruce Bazsali One of the top players to ever suit up for the Hall of Fame coach
Laquon Treadwell Crete-Monee Sr. 6-3 190 Jerry Verde Eventually, leader of Class 6A finalist will have to pick from one of his college choices, which include Alabama, Florida, LSU, others
Colin Goebel Naperville North Sr. 6-4 280 Sean Drendel Iowa recruit, a 2011 All-Stater, had more than 30 college offers to pick from, including interest from ACC, Big 12 and Big East
Randy Heideman Normal Community Sr. 6-6 290 Wes Temples Miami (Ohio) recruit, called the best lineman in school history, had offers from Arizona, Indiana, Wake Forest and others
Tim McAuliffe Lemont Sr. 6-2 270 Eric Michaelsen Bowling Green-bound three-year starter is the latest in a list of standout linemen playing for Michaelsen’s southwest Chicago power
Colin McGovern Lincoln-Way West Sr. 6-7 297 Dave Ernst Ranked among the nation’s top offensive linemen, Notre Dame-bound standout will play in Under Armour All-Star Game
Ethan Pocic Lemont Sr. 6-6 290 Eric Michaelsen Brother of Illini center Graham taking his talents to LSU, turning down Alabama, Florida, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, others
Nick Severs Macomb Sr. 6-4 270 Kelly Sears Iowa State recruit, considered top lineman in school history, picked Cyclones over Cincinnati, Western Michigan, Wyoming, others
Bryce Douglas Plainfield Central Sr. 6-3 330 John Jackson Illinois recruit won’t have any trouble finding his way around campus, he is the son of Illini basketball great Bruce Douglas
Danny Friend Morris Sr. 6-5 255 Alan Thorson One rival coach described the Indiana recruit as “a monster” after he helped team reach state finals. Also a standout tight end
Garret Dooley Rochester Sr. 6-3 235 Derek Leonard Wisconsin recruit, who also had offers from Illinois, Indiana, Vanderbilt and others, will play for another state title Friday
Macae Skaggs Farmington Jr. 6-4 225 Casey Martin Drawing interest from MAC schools, talented two-way player recorded 29 tackles in one game this season
Jalen Banks Thornton Sr. 6-0 195 Bill Mosel Vanderbilt recruit, a future engineer, finished career with double-digit interceptions. Latest in long line of standouts at the school
Brandon Mayes Aurora Christian Sr. 5-11 182 Don Beebe His coach, a former Buffalo Bills receiver, calls Mayes the best player he has ever coached. Led state finalists with 30 “big hits”
Special mention 100
Name High school Year
Austin Baden North Boone Sr.
Aaron Bailey Bolingbrook Sr.
Addison Bounds Prairie Central Sr.
Nolan Brannick Freeport Aquin Sr.
Don Butkus Chicago Mount Carmel Sr.
Alex Jefferson Normal West Sr.
Anthony Johnson Oblong Sr.
Tanner Matlick Mercer County Sr.
Jake Milbourn Rockford Lutheran Sr.
Devin O’Hara Prospect Sr.
Ethan Olles Palatine Sr.
John Peltz Wheaton North Sr.
Todd Porter O’Fallon Sr.
Curtis Ramsey Central A&M Sr.
Danny Beresky Peotone Sr.
Joel Bouagnon Aurora Christian Sr.
Austin Blair Watseka Sr.
Rashad Campbell Centralia Sr.
Matt Domer Chicago Mount Carmel Jr.
Ryan Donohue Monticello Sr.
Dalton Heubner Central/Southeastern Sr.
Martel Hunter Monmouth-Roseville Jr.
Jonathan Mixon Galesburg Sr.
Zack Pattat Byron Sr.
Ryan Pearce Villa Grove Sr.
James Robinson Rockford Lutheran Fr.
Grant Rushing Glenbrook North Sr.
Anthony Scaccia Batavia Jr.
Conner Schrader Lake Zurich Sr.
Dylan Schultz Orion Sr.
Brendan Stewart Carlinville Sr.
Michael Thompson East Peoria Jr.
Lonnie Washington Perspectives Sr.
Matt Biegalski Wheaton North Jr.
Mark Gorogianis Montini Sr.
Nathan Marcus Glenbard West Sr.
Blake Pasley Rochester Sr.
Gerald Richardson Oblong Sr.
Zach Strittmatter Batavia Sr.
Jauan Wesley Thornton Jr.
Nick Allegretti Lincoln-Way East Jr.
Paul Boidanis Glenbrook North Sr.
Tate Briggs Montini Sr.
Tyler Brown Richwoods Sr.
Tanner Farmer Highland Jr.
D’Angelo Hodges Glenbard North Sr.
Jon Hupp Springfield SH-G Sr.
Josh Kok Aurora Christian Sr.
Mike Langman Naperville North Sr.
Max Loeb Lawrenceville Sr.
Pat Maloney Maine South Sr.
Shawn McCown Casey-Westfield Sr.
Drew Miller Central/Southeastern Sr.
John Strauser St. Thomas More Sr.
Fred Beaugard Montini Sr.
Nick Garland Glenbard West Sr.
Darby Goodwin Loyola Academy Sr.
Brian Hettiger Richards Sr.
Merrick Jackson Althoff Sr.
Drake Leeper Rochester Sr.
Evan Panfil Lincoln-Way Central Sr.
Morgan Supergan Bismarck-Henning Sr.
Mikshadd Townsend Urbana Sr.
Brady Boitnott Normal West Sr.
Jack Crain Benet Academy Sr.
Bret Curtis Glenbard South Sr.
Michael Flowers McElrath Richwoods Sr.
D.J. Frank Normal Community Jr.
Chris Friend Washington Jr.
Pierre Gee-Tucker Belleville West Sr.
Joe Hoscheit St. Charles East Sr.
Gregory James Perspectives Sr.
Lucas Joseph East Peoria Sr.
Kyle Langenderfer Lincoln-Way East Sr.
Mikey Maize Elk Grove Sr.
Matt McCown Casey-Westfield Sr.
Tori Millender Belleville West Jr.
Colton Moskal Lake Zurich Jr.
Mitch Negangard Unity Sr.
Adam O’Grady Lincoln-Way East Sr.
Jeff Perry Morris Sr.
Josh Pratt Urbana Sr.
Mario Rodriguez Glenbard North Sr.
Justin Segobiano Bloomington CC Sr.
Jesse Sinagra Galena Sr.
Reggie Spearman Simeon Sr.
Brett Taylor Macomb Sr.
Dom Battaglia Willowbrook Sr.
Shane Bruning LeRoy Sr.
Dillan Cazley Charleston Sr.
Luke Ford Loyola Academy Sr.
Adam Hoogerwerf R.I. Alleman Sr.
Trent Sherfield Danville Jr.
Bryce Skiles Mercer County Sr.
Jack Toner Benet Academy Sr.
Jason Towns Thornton Sr.
Austin Barnes O’Fallon Sr.
Fletcher Evans Centennial Sr.
John Oberheide Maine South Sr.
Ivan Strmic Chicago Mount Carmel Sr.