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All-State Football Multi-Purpose

January, 25, 2012
Important announcement from Cal-Hi Sports | Archived Cal-Hi Sports content

Five of the six who have gained Cal-Hi Sports All-State first team honors in this category are quarterbacks who run and pass, including the most prolific rusher-passer for one season in state history.

Note: This is the fourth release of several highlighting the 33rd annual edition of the ESPNHS Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Team. Previous releases focused on small schools, medium schools and underclass.

Here is a closer look at the six players chosen first team multi-purpose:

QB/RB Brandon Lewis (Helix, La Mesa) 5-11, 175, Sr.
After an impressive junior year, Lewis had an even better senior season as he led the Highlanders to the Division II state championship. On the year, he passed for 2,750 yards and 34 touchdowns to earn the San Diego Section Offensive Player of the Year honor. Lacking the size that would make him more recruited, he may end up getting picked later this spring in the Major League Baseball amateur draft as he was a starting pitcher for the school's baseball team. Lewis also could scramble for first downs when needed and shined in Helix’s biggest games.

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