SportStars Magazine

All-NorCal Football Offense 2017

Our All-NorCal Football Team is comprised of a 50-man roster (25 on offense, and 25 on defense). There is no first-team, or second-team. Every player is equal. However, for a bit of fun, we do pick starters. Enjoy!

Kaiden Bennett

STARTERS

QB — Kaiden Bennett | Folsom | Jr. | 6-0, 175.
The Bulldogs’ signal caller did it all in leading Folsom to its third CIF State Bowl Championship and a perfect 16-0 record. He accounted for 5,649 total yards and 73 touchdowns and earned MaxPreps Junior All-America recognition.

RB — Tariq Bracy | Milpitas | Sr. | 6-0, 170.
The NorCal Player of the Year made a massive impact for the Trojans, rushing for 2,042 yards and scoring 31 total TDs, including three interception returns for scores. The Notre Dame commit came up biggest when it counted as he rushed for a TD, caught a TD pass, and returned a punt for a score in a thrilling 45-41 CIF State Bowl Championship win.

RB — Cameron Cherry | Oakdale | Sr. | 6-1, 195.
The senior was possibly the Mustangs’ greatest weapon in a vaunted Wing-T attack, finishing with 2,154 yards rushing and scoring 30 total TDs. Cherry recorded four 200-yard games, including 203 yards and a game-winning 44-yard run on fourth down with 21 seconds left of a league-title clinching win.

WR — Joe Ngata | Folsom | Jr. | 6-3, 205.
Our NorCal Offensive Player of the Year still has another year for colleges to flock to Folsom after hauling in 81 catches for 1,777 yards and 26 TDs. He also managed a rushing score, a 99-yard kickoff return TD, punting duties and a pass completion in the Bulldogs’ CIF State Bowl Championship victory.

 

Vince Mossotti

WR — Vince Mossotti | Campolindo-Moraga | Sr. | 6-0, 185.
Recorded his second consecutive 1,200-yard receiving season, with 77 catches for 1,219 yards and 16 TDs to help the Cougars win the NCS Div. II title.

TE — Spencer Webb | Christian Brothers-Sacramento | Sr. | 6-6, 235.
Oregon-bound star was literally head and shoulders above the competition with 61 receptions for 1,063 yards and 23 TDs. He had a TD catch in all 12 of the games he played in, and added 8 sacks from his DE position.

Spencer Webb

 

OL — Max Barth | St. Mary’s-Stockton | Sr. | 6-6, 285.
Rams’ blocker paved the way for more than 3,000 rushing yards and is still weighing offers from multiple Pac-12 and Big West schools.

OL — Will Craig | Granite Bay | Sr. | 6-4, 280.
Cal-bound tackle anchored both lines for the Grizzlies, but was more influential on the offensive side of the ball to help Granite Bay with the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II title.

Will Craig

OL — Bryan Catchings | Oak Ridge-El Dorado Hills | Sr. | 6-3, 270.
Bruising blocker was key to the Trojans’ success and will take his considerable blocking talents to UNLV.

OL — Brandon Mello | Clayton Valley-Concord | Sr. | 6-7, 290.
Cal-bound star anchored line for offense that racked up more than 4,700 yards in only 11 games.

 

Miles Owens

 

OL — Miles Owens | Bishop O’Dowd-Oakland | Sr. | 6-7, 310.
Massive Dragons blocker helped team reach NCS Div. III semifinals, and will not travel far next year when he moves on to Cal. He also plays hoops for O’Dowd.

K — Mariano Robles | Milpitas | Sr. | 6-2, 170.
Tallied 108 points for the Trojans, converting 12-of-13 field goals and 72-of-73 PATs. He was perfect in the postseason, including 3-for-3 FG and 13 points in the state final.

 

REST OF THE ROSTER

Spencer Petras

QB — Spencer Petras | Marin Catholic-Kentfield | Sr. | 6-5, 255.
Iowa commit threw for 4,000+ yards, 50 TD and just 2 INTs.

QB — Gino Campiotti | Manteca | Sr. | 6-3, 195.
Dual-threat star led Buffaloes to SJS Div. III title with 3,807 yards of offense and 52 TDs by air and by ground.

RB — Darrell Page | St. Francis-Mountain View | Jr. | 5-10, 185.
Rushed for CCS-best 2,206 yards, 23 TDs while eclipsing the century mark 12 times en route to a NorCal title.

Darrell Page

 

RB — Isiah Kendrick | Serra-San Mateo | Sr. | 5-11, 175.
Padres’ speedy back rushed for 1,620 yards and 30 TDs and added four receiving scores.

RB —  Vincent Smith | Shasta-Redding | Sr. | 5-9, 190.
Northern Section’s leading rusher gained 2,363 yards and scored multiple TDs in 10 games.

WR — Peter Brown | Marin Catholic-Kentfield | Sr. | 6-2, 205.
Navy commit was the leading receiver for high-scoring Wildcats team that won NCS DIII championship.

A’jae Boyd

WR — Anthony Bradley | Sacramento | Sr. | 6-2, 185.
Dragons’ wideout made the most of nine games played with at least one TD each game and 844 yards receiving and 15 scores.

WR — A’jae Boyd | Pittsburg | Sr. | 5-10, 175.
Two-way starter and Bay Valley Athletic League MVP hauled in 50 catches for 916 yards and nine TDs, and added a rushing TD.

TE — Ben Skinner | Marin Catholic-Kentfield | Sr. | 6-2, 195.
Set program’s single-game receiving yards record with a 256-yard effort en route to a 1,025 yard season.

OL — Jarrett Kingston | Anderson | Sr. | 6-5, 255.
Washington State commit owned the trenches and helped the Cubs average nearly 230 yards rushing per game.

OL — Nico Sarale | Oakdale | Sr. | 6-4, 260.
Fresno State signee led the way for Mustangs’ feared Wing-T rushing attack.

OL — Kyle Reis | Manteca | Sr. | 6-3, 280.
Hulking blocker paved the way for Buffaloes to claim a second consecutive SJS title.

K — Seppi Ortman | Campolindo | Sr. | 6-0, 165.
Two-sport star made 65 of 66 PATs and 10 of 13 FGs, including three from at least 40 yards out.

2 Comments

  1. Dave Hill

    February 2, 2018 at 1:17 pm

    There are no player from the O.A.L selected. Amani trigg-wright …Mc Clymonds. Oakland. O-line, is a great lineman and can line up with the best.

    • Chace Bryson

      February 5, 2018 at 11:40 am

      Yes, unfortunately no OAL kids on offense. We did name a Mack kid, Charles Alberty, on defense.

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