2010 GSHLFootball.com All Level All-Stars

Written by Bryan Levesque on December 8, 2010

The Second Annual GSHLFootball.com All Level All-Stars.

All Level All-Stars are selected from all 17 GSHL schools (4A, 3A, 2A)

Player’s of the Year

Offensive Player of the Year: Zak Browning RB Sr. Union and Defensive Player of the Year: Odin Coe DL Sr. Camas

Offensive Player of the Year: Zak Browning RB Sr. Union and Defensive Player of the Year: Odin Coe DL Sr. Camas

First Team Offense

(Back L to R) Max Proudfit OL Sr. Union, Drew Bryant OL Sr. Mountain View, Patrick Crawford OL Sr. Fort Vancouver, T.J. Boatright TE Sr. Union, Nolan LaValley OL Sr. Heritage. (Front L to R) Logan Grindy QB Sr. Camas, Zak Browning RB Sr. Union, Miguel Salamanca WR Sr. Camas, Zack Marshall RB Jr. Camas, Jeremy Wolf KR Sr. Mark Morris, Cedeique Chaney KR Sr. Kelso. (Not pictured) Karl Graves WR Sr. Skyview, Cody Fields OL Sr. Skyview, Nick Phillips K Sr. Skyview.

(Back L to R) Max Proudfit OL Sr. Union, Drew Bryant OL Sr. Mountain View, Patrick Crawford OL Sr. Fort Vancouver, T.J. Boatright TE Sr. Union, Nolan LaValley OL Sr. Heritage. (Front L to R) Logan Grindy QB Sr. Camas, Zak Browning RB Sr. Union, Miguel Salamanca WR Sr. Camas, Zack Marshall RB Jr. Camas, Jeremy Wolf KR Sr. Mark Morris, Cedeique Chaney KR Sr. Kelso. (Not pictured) Karl Graves WR Sr. Skyview, Cody Fields OL Sr. Skyview, Nick Phillips K Sr. Skyview.

First Team Defense

(Back L to R) Gage Townsend DL Sr. Kelso, Brent Hill DB Sr. Camas, Odin Coe DL Sr. Camas, Andy Bemis LB Sr. Heritage. (Front L to R) Ryan Johnson DL Jr. Mountain View, Dan Feeney LB Sr. Mark Morris, Jared O’Neil LB Sr. Kelso, Addison Owen DB Sr. Camas. (Not pictured) Sam Ferenchak LB Sr. Union, Ellis Henderson DB Sr. Skyview, Mo Morrison DB Jr. Skyview, Nick Phillips P Sr. Skyview, Jesse Zalk PR Jr. Prairie, Reiley Henderson PR Soph. Skyview.

(Back L to R) Gage Townsend DL Sr. Kelso, Brent Hill DB Sr. Camas, Odin Coe DL Sr. Camas, Andy Bemis LB Sr. Heritage. (Front L to R) Ryan Johnson DL Jr. Mountain View, Dan Feeney LB Sr. Mark Morris, Jared O’Neil LB Sr. Kelso, Addison Owen DB Sr. Camas. (Not pictured) Sam Ferenchak LB Sr. Union, Ellis Henderson DB Sr. Skyview, Mo Morrison DB Jr. Skyview, Nick Phillips P Sr. Skyview, Jesse Zalk PR Jr. Prairie, Reiley Henderson PR Soph. Skyview.

First Team Offense
Logan Grindy QB Sr. Camas
Zak Browning RB Sr. Union
Zack Marshall RB Jr. Camas
Karl Graves WR Sr. Skyview
Miguel Salamanca WR Sr. Camas
T.J. Boatright TE Sr. Union
Cody Fields OL Sr. Skyview
Drew Bryant OL Sr. Mountain View
Max Proudfit OL Sr. Union
Nolan LaValley OL Sr. Heritage
Patrick Crawford OL Sr. Fort Vancouver
Nick Phillips K Sr. Skyview
Jeremy Wolf KR Sr. Mark Morris
Cedeique Chaney KR Sr. Kelso
First Team Defense
Odin Coe DL Sr. Camas
Gage Townsend DL Sr. Kelso
Ryan Johnson DL Jr. Mountain View
Dan Feeney LB Sr. Mark Morris
Sam Ferenchak LB Sr. Union
Andy Bemis LB Sr. Heritage
Jared O’Neil LB Sr. Kelso
Ellis Henderson DB Sr. Skyview
Brent Hill DB Sr. Camas
Addison Owen DB Sr. Camas
Mo Morrison DB Jr. Skyview
Nick Phillips P Sr. Skyview
Jesse Zalk PR Jr. Prairie
Reiley Henderson PR Soph. Skyview
Second Team Defense
Ben Nofsinger DL Sr. Mark Morris, Jordan Newman DL Sr. Union, Kamari Brown DL Jr. Camas, Zach Tackwell DL Sr. Mark Morris, Jerry Graham LB Sr. R.A. Long, Ikaika Gunderson LB Sr. Camas, Dylan Petersen LB Sr. Mountain View, Brandon Brody-Heim DB Jr. Union, Rajheem Carrie DB Jr. Heritage, Jeremy Faulkner DB Sr. Camas, Jeremy Martinez DB Sr. Mountain View, Roldan Alcobendas P Soph. Camas, Addison Owen PR Sr. Camas, Jacob Yordy PR Fr. R.A. Long
Second Team Offense
Kieran McDonagh QB Jr. Skyview, P.J. Jones RB Sr. Mountain View, Parker Henry RB Jr. Skyview, Ben Lyons WR Sr. Heritage, Nick Fuller WR Jr. Woodland, Avi Slifer WR Sr. Prairie, Trevor Clarkson OL Sr. Camas, Eric McDaniel OL Sr. Kelso, Matt Smith OL Jr. Union, Odin Coe OL Sr. Camas, Julio Barrera OL Sr. R.A. Long, Chavo Camargo K Jr. Mountain View, Michael Quintana KR Jr. Heritage, Ingo Arrizal KR Sr. Hudson’s Bay

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Comments

83 Responses to “2010 GSHLFootball.com All Level All-Stars”

  1. Maxmillion on December 8th, 2010 7:50 am

    This team makes no sense. Karl Graves was a 4a 2nd team GSHLFOOTBALL.COM player, but he is a first team GSHLFOOTBALL.COM all-level all-star at WR. Brain I get that its your site and you can do what you want, but there is no credibility in that pick and so many more. Congrats to those who made it and deserved it.

  2. rep on December 8th, 2010 9:19 am

    Karl is raw. He didn’t make first team all league because he was injured half the season. Good pick bryan! He will be playing college ball for a good school.

  3. NWRainsRHere on December 8th, 2010 9:25 am

    Where’s Zach Browning on your D? He makes 1st team ALL-STATE at linebacker, but isn’t on your first or second team D!! Really? You bragged about him like he was your own son all year, and now you leave him off your all-star team? Wow!!

  4. cdp on December 8th, 2010 9:44 am

    completely ridiculous picks… karl graves makes noooo sense, bemis is not a line backer, he is a d-line man, where are more skyview and union kids? brody heim was probably the third best db behind rengo and t nelson. weird picks… need more union people on d than one! lol how about lowe and newman first team? just weird.. and reiley henderson for reicver? idk whatever

  5. fantime on December 8th, 2010 9:49 am

    Masmillion- all league is based on how you do in league
    all level is based on how you do the whole season graves missed 2 of the for league games and only played the first half befor his injury in another league game so he only played 1 full league game. so to miss 3 really 4 games and still have the numbers he had is look pretty good to me!

  6. MVHS Athlete on December 8th, 2010 10:41 am

    I dont think he had any repeats, thats why

  7. U on December 8th, 2010 1:47 pm

    who is karl graves? can someone give me his stats?

  8. Storm DYNASTY on December 8th, 2010 2:12 pm

    I thought ellis henderson won defensive play of the year?

    And why wouldn’t he be in any of these pictures?
    Maybe because he signed with hawaii during the time these pics were takin?

  9. Bryan Levesque on December 8th, 2010 3:01 pm

    Storm DYNASTY – Ellis was selected as the Coaches 4A All-GSHL Defensive Player of the Year. Ellis and all of the 1st team Skyview players were invited to come to Kiggins with the other 1st team players. However his dad said he and Reiley could not come. Then none of the Skyview players were allowed to show for some unknown reason. Jesse Zalk of Prairie missed the group photo because he is in Running Start and had a final at Clark, and Sam Ferenchak of Union had a band class at Union he was not able to miss. Other than that everyone was there. It was a very fun morning.

  10. ??????????? on December 8th, 2010 4:28 pm

    BRYAN BECAUSE ELLIS AND REILEY COULD NOT ATTEND KIGGINS BOWL THE REST OF THE SKYVIEW TEAM WERE NOT ALLOWED? SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH THAT PICTURE.HATE TO SAY IT, TWO PLAYERS DO NOT MAKE A TEAM!!!!NOT VERY FAIR FOR THE REST OF THE GUYS.

  11. Bryan Levesque on December 8th, 2010 4:34 pm

    I did not say that is why they were not allowed to attend. Ellis’s dad said his boys could not miss school for the photo shoot. Then the rest of the Skyview players were not allowed to attend. I don’t have all of the answers. Either way, those of us who where there had a good time. We had 10 large Pizzas from Dominos, thanks to the Dominos in Hazel Dell! I guess that just left a few more slices for those who made it.

  12. ??????????? on December 8th, 2010 4:38 pm

    oh, well i just think it is messed up that those kids got excluded.

  13. MM fan on December 8th, 2010 6:14 pm

    Love the new haircut, Odin. (playing basketball?) Nice looking young man. Good luck in college. Congrats to all the honoraries and best of luck in their future.

  14. Matt on December 8th, 2010 6:42 pm

    The reason the Skyview players were not allowed to go was because Kizer was upset that all of the equipment wasn’t turned in yet. I’m a close friend of Cody Fields, and I was there when Cody asked Kizer if they could go to the photo shoot. Kizer said no one was going to miss school for the photo shoot and was upset about the jerseys and other equipment that the players still have. And I belive Ellis was in Hawaii.

  15. fan234 on December 8th, 2010 7:37 pm

    Karl Graves’ Stats over 3 varsity seasons
    108 catches 2nd all time to ellis henderson at Skyview
    1900 yards 1st all time at Skyview
    25 touchdowns 1st all time at Skyview

  16. SWWaFootballFan on December 8th, 2010 8:38 pm

    Great Job Bryan!

    Sure there could be a few picks that could go some different directions…

    What a great fantasy game it would be to see the 1st team play the 2nd team.

  17. rep on December 8th, 2010 9:06 pm

    So who’s the special teams player of the year??

  18. Bryan Levesque on December 8th, 2010 9:12 pm

    We have never given out a Special Teams player of the year. If we had, It would have been Ellis Henderson. I think seeing the 2 teams play would be a lot of fun. Maybe 1st team O & 2nd team D vs 2nd team O and 1st team D. I guess we will just have to settle for the Shrine game this summer. 15 of our 1st team players would be on the east team, and 12 on the West team.

  19. rep on December 8th, 2010 9:17 pm

    Can’t wait to watch Ellis on tv. Hawaii is an amazing opportunity. Hope he does well!!

  20. air-it-out on December 8th, 2010 11:12 pm

    Cedrique hardly returned kicks for kelso, punts yes but kicks no. And it is a shame there is no Ben Warthen on the list as a safety. Made the move there from linebacker this year and had a great year being the leader of an inexpieriened secondary that surprisingly played very well.

  21. YogiBearya on December 9th, 2010 8:24 am

    Great stats for the Graves kid. Too bad they pale in Comparison to the Lyons kid @ Heritage who was voted first team all- league and first team 4a wr for GSHLfootball.com. He did that in one less season then Graves

    2 varsity seasons:
    152 catches
    2112 yards
    22 touchdowns

  22. rep on December 9th, 2010 8:32 am

    Yeah well its hard getting amazing stats when there are talented receivers all around him. Ellis, reiley, and forest have to get the ball to. Not to mention skyview also runs the ball a good amount of the time.

  23. MVHS Athlete on December 9th, 2010 9:05 am

    And not to mention Graves only played in about half the games this year maybe

  24. weareone on December 9th, 2010 11:30 am

    Photo shoot, if it was in the past week, Ellis was in Hawaii, Reilly was suspended. True that.

  25. Bryan Levesque on December 9th, 2010 12:08 pm

    We did the Photo shoot on Monday, Dec 6th. Ellis was back from Hawaii. I spoke on the phone with his dad who told me he would not let him go because he did not want him to miss school. Not a huge deal. Just good to keep the facts straight when I know them. The bottom line is, it is just too bad for all of the Skyview kids, they missed out on a fun day. Hopefully next year we can get 100% turnout. Who knows, if all goes well, we will invite the 2nd team for pictures as well since a lot of the 1st and 2nd team kids were very hard decisions to make.

  26. yogi barely ready on December 9th, 2010 12:08 pm

    any truth to the rumor that the head football coach at Camas will be coaching 3rd base for the Papermakers?

  27. U on December 9th, 2010 1:48 pm

    fan234… i dont care about karl’s stats over 3 seasons. im talking about this year because i never saw him doin anything more than the union recievers. but if u grade people by there past seasons then thats kind of un fair

  28. YogiBearya on December 9th, 2010 2:04 pm

    Joe Joe BeansHallead is best football and baseball coach in Camas history, just ask him. Shame on the Graves pick. Reilly Hendu is so much more talented.

  29. Gamer on December 9th, 2010 2:10 pm

    i agree with everyone who said this were ridiculous picks, first off you cant NOT have an ALL STATE linebacker in your first team defense that just doesnt make sense to me, second of all how is PJ JONES on second team, that kid deserved OFFENSIVE Player of the year for 3A and that was already taken away from him now you put Marshall over him COME ON!!!

  30. ??????????? on December 9th, 2010 2:20 pm

    MATT not good enough reason

  31. fan234 on December 9th, 2010 2:53 pm

    U… this season Graves had 29 catches for 540 yards and 7 tds while missing 4 games
    that was 2nd most yards on the team to riley henderson with the third most cathces.
    he did not play against union thats why you did not see him!

  32. uplaya on December 9th, 2010 7:14 pm

    why didn’t graves play against union? which games did he miss?

  33. the other on December 9th, 2010 9:55 pm

    the picks on D is a joke

  34. fan234 on December 9th, 2010 10:16 pm

    Graves was injured with some sort of high ankle sprain which most players miss 6 to 8 week with.
    He missed one half of evergreen, river, union, and Todd beamer,
    He was injured right before half in the egreen game and his first game back was against auburn i believe.

  35. Storm DYNASTY on December 10th, 2010 12:01 am

    Thanx Bryan. I just wanted to get things straight because people were saying that he didn’t make first team.

  36. Hilander Athlete on December 10th, 2010 12:58 am

    air-it-out i agree with you. Benny had a great year and is one of the toughest and hardest working kids around. Just had his third shoulder surgery in three years all related to football, but he kept toughing it out. Stats arent everything.. Benny is just the playmaker.

  37. brawler#2 on December 10th, 2010 9:47 am

    yeah ben got it done no matter where he was at. he pretty much was the boss of the secondary and made sure everyone was doing their job. all around good player because he would play LB and play back. very well rounded player.

  38. Fan on December 10th, 2010 12:50 pm

    Its kinda wierd how this league team works.. A 1st team player is a player on a winning team basically. But i could name a couple of players who should have been first team players but i guess since they where surrounded by a team that played pretty bad this year they get no looks.. hmmm?

  39. Uniongreen Fan on December 10th, 2010 1:29 pm

    I thought there should have been more Fort guys. At least one. Give everybody some love. Oh wait

  40. no players from bad teams??? on December 10th, 2010 1:34 pm

    Patrick Crawford OL Sr. Fort Vancouver, Jesse Zalk PR Jr. Prairie, Andy Bemis LB Sr. Heritage, Nolan LaValley OL Sr. Heritage. Those guys were on BAD teams. Fort Vancouver, Prairie and Heritage had a combined record of 9-19, and Prairie the best record at 4-5. Please let us all know of the deserving players from Battle Ground, Evergreen and Huson’s Bay that were ROBBED! We are all waiting

  41. U on December 10th, 2010 1:50 pm

    tht doensnt make him 1st team all level? ben lyons did better than tht… and plenty other kids.

  42. fan234 on December 10th, 2010 10:42 pm

    U….. look how many catches lyons had this season!! and he did not miss any games! also Heritage passed every down because they had no run game like Skyview who also had many other good players around Graves. Lyons was the only athlete heritage had this year thats why his stats were so good. think before you speak on this site.

  43. u on December 10th, 2010 11:10 pm

    1st team all level isnt based on what players you have around your team or wat kind of offense you run.. its about skill level and stats. and by wat im lookin at lyons had better stats in every recieving category than graves. so u can think before u speak on this site

  44. Bryan Levesque on December 10th, 2010 11:23 pm

    the team is not so much stat driven as you might think. I am sure things are taken into consideration such as does this player play a full game, or do they sit a lot because their team is up by a lot in the 2nd half. Also, maybe what kind of player you are for your position counts. For example, you don’t want to have 3 WR’s who all are screen guys and get their yards that way, because you need a guy to go over the middle and a guy to go down field. But hey, what do I know!

  45. ? on December 11th, 2010 12:03 am

    Its easy to have stats in Lyons’ position. Heritage throws 60% screens. How do you think Garrett Grayson had good efficiency without the ability to really throw well downfield?

  46. Ol Ball Coach on December 11th, 2010 10:35 am

    ? – that is a good screen name for you because comment #45 was most definitely questionable. As a senior, Garrett had outstanding ability to get the ball downfield. As a junior, Garrett had great short to intermediate accuracy, but struggled with downfield throws. He muscled deep passes. He worked hard in the offseason between his junior and senior year and developed a FANTASTIC deep ball. He was blessed with the physical gifts, but experience, coaching, and hard work get you the goods. It’s wrong to come on here and insult one player, but don’t compound your obvious jealousies by insulting another – one who happens to be entering the Colorado State program this winter and is being trained by Ty Detmer down in Texas. Get a life, man!

  47. Uniongreen Fan on December 11th, 2010 10:51 am

    Guess who the COlumbian picked as All Region Player of the Year? Certainly the Columbian knows who the number one prospect/athlete in the region is! CERTAINLY a legit bigtime media outlet wouldn’t make the same “mistake” this website did. OH WAIT. It’s ZAK BROWNING. AGAIN. Wow, everybody seems to be picking Browning. I don’t get it? Why not that other guy? Awww.

    YOU’RE MY BOY, BROWNING AND I IWLL NEVER FORGET!! EVEN THOUGH I DON”T KNOW YOU!

  48. MM fan on December 11th, 2010 11:14 am

    People keep talking about stats, stats, stats. Is there a stat sheet that regular joes can look at for all the players?

  49. MM fan on December 11th, 2010 11:19 am

    I have a question I was hoping someone could answer. South Bend won the state 2B championship. The Seattle Times quoted their RB as saying he wasn’t just playing to get the trophy and he wasn’t just playing to get the ring, he was playing for the whole community. A nice response. My question is, if you win a state football championship do the players get rings?

  50. GSHL Football Fan on December 11th, 2010 12:33 pm

    fan234 on December 10th, 2010 10:42 pm

    U….. look how many catches lyons had this season!! and he did not miss any games! also Heritage passed every down because they had no run game like Skyview who also had many other good players around Graves. Lyons was the only athlete heritage had this year thats why his stats were so good. think before you speak on this site.

    Really? Only athlete? No run game?

  51. BoomBoomTap on December 11th, 2010 1:48 pm

    fan234 on December 10th, 2010 10:42 pm

    “U….. look how many catches lyons had this season!! and he did not miss any games! also Heritage passed every down because they had no run game like Skyview who also had many other good players around Graves. Lyons was the only athlete heritage had this year thats why his stats were so good. think before you speak on this site.”

    What about their team touchdown leader Michael Rivers? What about the 4A leading passer Riley O’Dell? What about their All League Corner Rahjeem Carrie? Or their Right tackle getting letters from Eastern and Army? The team had plenty of Athletes just the lack of commitment and coaching is what I think haunted Heritage this season.

  52. Bryan Levesque on December 11th, 2010 2:20 pm

    MM fan – When Evergreen won state in 2004, the coaches and players had the option of buying a state championship ring. They were not given to the players or coaches, they each had to pay for them themselves. Cost was between $200-$500.

  53. Eastern Ernie on December 11th, 2010 3:50 pm

    If I do recall Lyons missed a game or two for injury or grades. In actuality Skyview threw more passes than Heritage this season as well.

  54. MM fan on December 11th, 2010 6:06 pm

    Thank you Bryan. Now, how does everyone know what all the players stats are?

  55. fan234 on December 11th, 2010 6:38 pm

    Its easy to be the leading passer when you throw every down and only screen passes.
    good for that right tackle letters really mean a lot….

    weird lyons that you speak so highly of didn’t make the all region time!
    hey how is he doing in basketball….? ha

  56. GSHL Football Fan on December 12th, 2010 3:38 pm

    fan234 “Its easy to be the leading passer when you throw every down and only screen passes.
    good for that right tackle letters really mean a lot”

    Um, yeah, over 1600 yrds passing in just over 6 games throwing nothing but screen passes. You are clueless fan234. As for that RT, he was one of the supeior lineman in the GSHL this season. Both players had fantastic seasons for their team in my opinion as did a few others. As I recall from an earlier season poster, keep hating, it only fuels the engine.

  57. fan234 on December 12th, 2010 4:42 pm

    I am not hating but if i were a heritage fan i would not call this season a success or fantastic…. ha

    but hey thats why we can all have opinions even if they are wrong :)

  58. GTruth on December 12th, 2010 7:42 pm

    You have to believe that things are gonna change at HHS. They went from 7, 5, 4, 3 wins in 4 seasons.

  59. MVHS Athlete on December 13th, 2010 2:35 am

    hey GSHL football fan. check out some of the heritage highlights. 234 has a pretty solid point i mean not ALL of the yard came via the screen pass but a good amount sure did. heritage didnt really have much of a downfield passing attack this year

  60. Just a fan on December 13th, 2010 11:40 am

    Sad to see Coe cut his hair thought it looked good under a helmet.

    Congrates to lavally he worked hard for this. Glad I got to play with him.

  61. U on December 13th, 2010 1:39 pm

    Evergreen had players? Name some I didn’t see any athletes that played consistant. So can anyone name some?

  62. Doug Harris on December 13th, 2010 11:22 pm

    Hey Bryan explain to me how Raheem Carrey was a “UNANIMOUS” yes unanimous….heard from the meeting…. coaches all league team at corner but cannot make your team. Heritage arguably had the toughest schedual around, he consistantly shut out receivers..and yes one was your boy Henderson at Skyview…..and was a dominant tackling force as well. Probably the best talented, true corner I have ever witnessed to come through this league!! Man I just don’t get it, I have to agree with post #38, do you just look down the rosters of the teams that have great records and pick out names, or do you actually do some homework, watch film, go to games or even talk to coaches in the league? “Come on Man” If every coach in the league said yes this our guy, after coaching against him, that has to have some merrit!!! Just another case of disrespecting fine schools and athletes due to their win/loss columns!!!!!!!

  63. Bryan Levesque on December 14th, 2010 12:39 am

    Doug, Rajheem is on my team. He is on the 2nd team Defense as a DB. Congrats for him for being a unanimous 4A pick at DB by the coaches. If you saw my 4A all league team, he was also on the 1st team with Ellis. As you know, there are only the 5 teams to pick kids from for the 4A teams, where my All Level All-Star team has 17 schools to choose kids from. With a much larger pool of players to choose from, we went with Brent Hill from Camas ahead of Rajheem and as the 3rd best CB among the 17 schools, in our opinion, that put him on the 2nd team defense. I don’t expect you to agree with every selection I make, just like nobody agrees with every selection the coaches make for their all-league teams and nobody agrees with every selection the paper makes for their all-region team. I am excited that Rajheem is only a Junior, and if he is back at Heritage next year, I will look forward to seeing him play.

  64. YogiBearya on December 14th, 2010 7:43 am

    Raheem Carrie kid easily will be the highlight reel for the GSHL next season. Kid can play and nobody even challenged him in the air. More importantly when a team ran to his side, he “stuck” kids and made tackles. Unlike those suggested as “all-stars” this kid can play the run. Not intentionally get blocked or put their head down looking for a miracle tackle.

  65. fan on December 14th, 2010 8:08 am

    So for a DB to make it you need Picks?

  66. High School Football Fan I on December 14th, 2010 8:48 am

    It appears Rajheem made GSHL 4A 1st team and the 2nd Team GSHL All League at DB as well as 1st team 4A All League as selected by coaches. Quite outstanding for his first year.

    As good as he was this season, I would disagree that he is the best corner to ever come through the GSHL though. That is a stretch.

  67. YogiBearya on December 14th, 2010 9:52 am

    Rajeem from the games I saw vs other corners stands out for not only shutting a side of the field off, but he always was there for tackles and kept his poise. I know a certain “great pick” at corner seemed to get blocked at times convienently and even took off his helmet in frustration when he was getting man-handled down his home field.

  68. Skyguy on December 14th, 2010 11:13 am

    U – Evergreen had Chase Lawrence and Richie Townsend….aaaaand thats about it as far as good athletes goes that I saw from the Plainsmen this year.

  69. Goodcall on December 14th, 2010 5:25 pm

    It’s to bad Rajeem Carrie won’t have any athletes surrounding him, besides Michael Quintana. Should be pretty sound at corner next year with the two of them.

  70. Goodcall on December 14th, 2010 5:32 pm

    Hey Dhizzle4shizzle… I mean Doug Harris…
    I would agree with High School Football fan 1.. Saying he’s the best true corner to come through the GSHL ever…? That’s quite a statement.

  71. Doug Harris on December 14th, 2010 6:37 pm

    First of all “Goodcall” or what ever name you want to hide behind, If you read my quote it says “Probably the best talented, true corner “I” have ever witnessed to come through this league! ……That is my own opinion after playing in this league, watching this league for many years and coaching in this league. Best “talented” true corner is not a stretch at all. The kid can run & jump with anybody that has ever come through this league, tackle anybody that has come through this league and he is also a big student of the game and doesn’t make bonehead mistakes. I played D1 safety and have been around a lot of great players in the secondary, as well as playing along side our corner, a guy who played 12 years in the NFL. I don’t know what your background is with the secondary, or playing, coaching or even watching this kid, but I know him real well. Just an educated observation, you can disagree all you want, that is what this site is all about.

  72. Doug Harris on December 14th, 2010 6:53 pm

    Hey ‘Goodcall” you really sound like some disgruntled ex-player or parent who’s kid didn’t play. Who were the great athletes that were surrounding him this past season that won’t be there next. That was just an ignorant statement from a guy that knows nothing about their team!

  73. Goodcall on December 14th, 2010 7:31 pm

    Ahhhh yeah, I forgot. I’m sorry, best YOU have ever witnessed. Because when you were playing your D1 college football over at Eastern Washington, you must have not “witnessed” these two kids named Kyrell Hudsen and James Monk. They were AMAZING atheletes.

    And no, my son had his fare share of time in the purple uniforms this year.

  74. Doug Harris on December 14th, 2010 9:11 pm

    I agree “Goodcall” that those two kids were great athletes, but I guarantee without a doubt “defensively” Carrey is just as good or better than either one of them. He is just a junior also sir! And yes like I suspected a disgruntled parent who truly believes thier son is better than he really is. I know who you are, and had a pretty good idea all along!

  75. Doug Harris on December 14th, 2010 9:23 pm

    Thanks Bryan for pointing out the 2nd team, I didn’t see it in the paper. I understand about all 17 schools…..could be very difficult to pick from!

  76. ??????????? on December 14th, 2010 9:34 pm

    Thank you bryan! Why didnt the columbian have a k/p in their all region selection?

  77. MVHS Athlete on December 14th, 2010 11:01 pm

    Kyrell was an amazing athlete but was not the best of DB’s. If i recall right he didnt even play DB in most of the games his junior and senior year. Also there were and are other athletes that were very good corners. Andrew White was probably the best shut down corner two years ago. Ellis didnt have a catch against him. Either did CJ. He was no push over either.

  78. U on December 15th, 2010 8:50 am

    O Evergreen had a Good corner too he shutdown recivers and was fast..

  79. Uniongreen Fan on December 15th, 2010 1:52 pm

    Evergreen had good EVERYTHING until Union opened. THAT’S WHY I’M UNIONGREEN FAN. It is Uniongreen okay. Don’t. You. Ever. Forget.

  80. MM fan on December 23rd, 2010 9:31 pm

    Bryan, will you be posting the AP All-State Team?

  81. Woodland on December 8th, 2011 9:30 pm

    Will you be doing another all level all-stars this year?

  82. Bryan Levesque on December 9th, 2011 7:21 am

    We are finalizing our 2011 All Level All-Star teams now. Hang tight, they will be in soon.

  83. Woodland on December 9th, 2011 3:30 pm

    Thanks Bryan!

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