EA SPORTS All-America: 2nd team multi-purpose
QB Barry Brunetti, Memphis University School (Memphis, Tenn.), 6-2, 205, Sr.
He led the Owls to their second straight undefeated state championship season as he rushed for 13 touchdowns and passed for over 2,200 yards and 23 touchdowns with just one interception. He'll play at West Virginia.
RB/WR Austin Collinsworth, Highlands (Fort Thomas, Ky.), 6-0, 185, Sr.
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QB/LB/P A.J. Derby, Iowa City (Iowa City, Iowa), 6-4, 215, Sr.
The University of Iowa quarterback recruit led his team to a 14-0 record and Class 4-A state title while earning his second all-state honor. His first selection as a junior was at punter.
QB Jason Fracassa, Stevenson (Sterling Heights, Mich.), 5-9, 175, Sr.
Fracassa rewrote Michigan record books in leading his team to the Division 1 state finals. The new marks included passing yards for one season (4,433) and career (10,615) and TDs for one season (44) and career (95).
RB/LB Erick Howard, Hoover (North Canton, Ohio), 5-11, 205, Sr.
Only the second two-time winner of Ohio's Mr. Football honor (former Buckeye and Minnesota Viking Robert Smith was the first), Howard set Stark County career records with 6,013 rushing yards and 478 points with 79 TDs. This season, he had 1,957 yards and 26 TDs and also led the Vikings with 102 tackles. Howard heads to Akron.
QB Hutson Mason, Lassiter (Marietta, Ga.), 6-3, 185, Sr.
The Georgia commit didn't add much rushing to his passing, but had to get up onto the second team for shattering the state record with 4,532 yards and 54 TD passes.
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