Odin Coe And Jerry Graham 1st Team Selections On The 2010 Washington AP All State High School Football Teams, 4 Others Honorable Mention

Written by Bryan Levesque on January 3, 2011

First team all-state Defensive End #57 Odin Coe, Senior Camas.

First team all-state Defensive End #57 Odin Coe, Senior Camas.

Camas Senior Defensive End Odin Coe was selected to the 3A First Team All-State football team by the Washington Associated Press. Coe was also selected to both the Seattle Times and Tacoma News  Tribune’s First Team All-State teams which cover all levels. R.A. Long Senior Linebacker Jerry Graham was selected to the 2A First Team All-State football team.

Odin Coe was an anchor on the Papermakers defensive line all season. Coe finished the 2010 season with 63 total tackles, 6 tackles for loss, 3 sacks and a team leading 14 hurries, despite teams running away from him all season. Coe was 2nd on the Camas defense in total points (a system Camas uses to chart defensive performance.) Camas set a team record for the least amount of points allowed in 2010 with just 136 in 12 games (11.33/game). Before their 27-24 OT loss to Lakes in the 3A Quarterfinals, Camas had not allowed more than 15 points in any game. In addition to the AP First Team All-State, and the selections by the Seattle Times and Tacoma News Tribune as a First Team All-State DL, Coe was also a 3A GSHL Coaches All-League First Team selection, GSHLFootball.com 3A All-League selection, Columbian All-Region selection, GSHLFootball.com All Level All-Star selection and the GSHLFootball.com All Level All-Star Defensive Player of the Year in 2010.

First team all-state Linebacker #10 Jerry Graham, Senior R.A. Long.

First team all-state Linebacker #10 Jerry Graham, Senior R.A. Long.

Jerry Graham, an Honorable Mention for 2A Linebacker in 2009, was selected to the First Team in 2010. Graham led the Lumberjacks in total tackles with 86, 68 of which were unassisted and also led the team with 5 sacks. Graham also had 2 of R.A. Long’s 16 interceptions. R.A. Long only allowed 147 points in 10 games, including 2 shutouts and a 20-2 win over Oregon State Champs Rainier, a game in which the Columbians only managed a safety. R.A. Long advanced to the post season each of the last 3 years. Prior to this current streak, the Lumberjacks had only advanced to post season play twice (1980 and 1995) since the WIAA went to the playoff system in 1973. In addition to the AP First Team All-State selection, Graham was also a 2A Coaches All-GSHL selection, GSHLFootball.com All Level All-Star 2nd team Linebacker, and The Daily News Co-Defensive Player of the Year in 2010.

4 other Greater St. Helens League football players were selected as Honorable Mention All-State players.

Skyview led the way with 3 selections.

Senior Ellis Henderson was selected both as a Defensive Back and All Purpose player. Henderson, like Coe was also a First Team All-State selection by both the Seattle Times and Tacoma News Tribune as a Defensive Back. Henderson was also a GSHLFootball.com All Level All-Star First Team selection, GSHLFootball.com 4A All-League selection, 2x GSHLFootball.com Player of the Week, Columbian All-Region selection, and 4A GSHL Coaches Defensive Player of the Year, along with First Team WR selection in 2010.

Senior Offensive Lineman Cody Fields was also selected as an Honorable Mention player to the AP 4A team. Fields was selected by the 4A GSHL Coaches and GSHLFootball.com as both a First Team Offensive Lineman and Defensive Lineman this season. Fields also was selected to the Columbian All-Region team, and GSHLFootball.com All Level All-Star team as a First Team Offensive Lineman in 2010.

Jared O’Neil, Senior Linebacker form Kelso was the lone 3A Honorable Mention selection. O’Neil was also selected as a GSHLFootball.com First Team Linebacker, 3A GSHL Coaches All-League Defensive Player of the Year, and The Daily News Co-Defensive Player of the Year in 2010.

Dan Feeney, Senior Fullback/Linebacker from Mark Morris was the lone 2A Honorable Mention selection. Feeney led his Monarchs to the 2A Semifinals in 2010 for the first time since 1979. Feeney was also 2A GSHL Coaches All-League Offensive Player of the Year, The Daily News Most Valuable Player, 2x GSHL Player of the Week and GSHLFootball.com All Level All-Star First Team Linebacker in 2010.

Below is the entire All State team for the 4A, 3A and 2A classifications:

CLASS 4A

Player of the year – Kasen Williams, Sr., Skyline.

First Team Defense

DL — Dalton Blackmore, Sr., Kentwood
DL — Max Hersey, Sr., Curtis
DL — Charlie Hopkins, Sr., Gonzaga Prep
DL — Danny Shelton, Sr., Auburn
LB — Ben King, Sr., Bellarmine Prep
LB — Jason Walker, Sr., Curtis
LB — Nick Vincent, Sr., Chiawana
LB — Joel Anthony, Sr., Olympia
DB — Riley Stockton, Sr., Ferris
DB — Brett Adamson, Sr., Chiawana
DB — Jordan Simone, Sr., Skyline
DB — Austin Pernell, Jr., Kentlake
P — Thomas Fossedal, Sr., Kamiak

First Team Offense

QB — Max Browne, So., Skyline
RB — Bishop Sankey, Sr., Gonzaga Prep
RB — Kei’Varae Russell, Jr., Mariner
RB — Jordan Downing, Jr., Chiawana
WR — Kasen Williams, Sr., Skyline
WR — Rahmel Dockery, Sr., Curtis
TE — Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Sr., Gig Harbor
OL — Joshua Garnett, Jr. Puyallup
OL — Puyallup; Danny Shelton, Sr. Auburn
OL — Dexter Charles, Sr., Stanwood
OL — Cornelius Edison, Sr., Curtis
OL — Dillon Beschel, Sr., Ferris
K — Daniel Sullivan, Sr., Jackson
All-purpose — David Jones, Sr., Kent-Meridian

HONORABLE MENTION

RB — Luke Proulx, Sr., Bothell. TE — Brett Adamson, Sr., Chiawana. OL — Brett Wittenberg, Sr., Olympia; Nick Vincent, Sr., Chiawana; Thomas Gomez, Sr., Graham-Kapowsin; Brian Hutchison, Sr., Roosevelt; Joey White, Sr., Richland; Cody Fields, Sr., Skyview; Alec Martin, Sr., Wenatchee; Jay Deines, Sr., Issaquah. K — Angel Guerra, Sr., Wenatchee. All-purpose — Ellis Henderson, Sr., Skyview; Miquiyah Zamora, Jr., Chiawana.

DL — Dallas Gosselin, Sr., Bothell; Griffin Boudia, Sr., Olympia; Ryan Romeis, Sr., Bothell. LB — Jordan Downing, Jr., Chiawana; Nicky Fualaau, Sr., Beamer. DB — Aaron Roaf, Sr., Shelton; Jordan Copeland, Sr., Curtis; Dakota DuBois, Sr., Lewis & Clark; Ellis Henderson, Sr., Skyview. P — Marc David, Jr., Mead.

CLASS 3A

Player of the year – Tyler Sundberg, Sr., Capital.

First Team Defense

DL — Jon Allen, Sr., Kamiakin
DL — Kevin Knapp, Sr., Enumclaw
DL — Odin Coe, Sr., Camas
DL — Eddie Releford, Sr., Lakes
LB — Jay Maiava, Sr., Capital
LB — Nick Holt, Sr., Seattle Prep
LB — Drew Oord, Jr., Kamiakin
LB — Connor Lane, Sr., O’Dea
DB — Kendrick Van Ackeren, Sr., Bellevue
DB — Cedric Dozier, Jr., Lakes
DB — Shad Fletcher, Sr., Kamiakin
DB — Greg Hibbard, Sr., Capital
P — Chris Lider, Sr., Sammamish.

First Team Offense
QB — Joey Jansen, Sr., Kamiakin
RB — Tyler Sundberg, Sr., Capital
RB — Chandler Jenkins, Sr., Liberty
RB — Levonte Littlejohn, Jr., Lakes
WR — Austin Marshall, Sr., Bonney Lake
WR — Tim White, Sr., Kamiakin
WR — Tanner Southard, Sr., Glacier Peak
TE — Kellen Clute, Sr., Mount Spokane
OL — Zach Banner, Jr., Lakes
OL — Marcus Henry, Sr., Bellevue
OL — Cody Treddenbarger, Sr., Juanita
OL — Tanner Meier, Sr., Kamiakin
OL — Taylor Crabill, Sr., Capital
K — Jeff Tran, Sr., Capital
All-purpose — Drew Loftus, Sr., Kennewick
HONORABLE MENTION

QB — Kevin Campbell, Sr., Glacier Peak. WR — Brandon Search, Sr., Pasco. TE — Joe Farmer, Sr., Mount Si. OL — Owen Fritz, Sr., Mountlake Terrace; Kyle Schueler, Sr., Lakes; Adam Peters, Sr., Sunnyside; Alec Grimm, Sr., Bainbridge. K — Garrett Bowe, Sr., Kamiakin.

DL — Lamar Madkin, Sr., Mount Vernon; Adam Peters, Sr., Sunnyside; Luke Frauenholtz, Sr., Everett; Nolan Haehl, Sr., Eastmont. LB — Mitch Haldane, Sr., Mountlake Terrace; Jarett Finau, Sr., Juanita; Zach Umemoto, Jr., Kamiakin; Jared O’Neil, Sr., Kelso. DB — Ryan Pierce, Sr., Eastmont; Riley Locker, Sr., Ferndale; Tim White, Sr., Kamiakin; Michael Foreman, Sr., Bellevue. P — Kevin Russell, Sr., Timberline.

CLASS 2A

Player of the year – Kyle Warner, Sr., Tumwater.

First Team Defense

DL — Tani Tupou, Sr., Archbishop Murphy
DL — Charlie Peterson, Jr., Prosser
DL — ake Reynolds, Sr., East Valley (Spokane)
DL — Easton Hargrave, Sr., Tumwater
LB — Troy Martin, Sr., Port Angeles
LB — Cody Haavik, Sr., Sumner
LB — Jerry Graham, Sr., R.A. Long
LB — Cesar Lopez, Sr., Prosser
DB — Dominic Garza, Sr., Prosser
DB — Austin VanderWel, Sr., Archbishop Murphy
DB — Jackson Kirkpatrick, Sr., Anacortes
DB — Joe Aulabaugh, Sr., Tumwater
P — Tana Pritchard, Sr., Clover Park

First Team Offense

QB — Justin Lane, Sr., Lakewood
RB — Zack Baldwin, Sr., Centralia
RB — Alex Galgano, So., Archbishop Murphy
RB — Caleb Garza, Jr., Othello
WR — Kramer Ferrell, Sr., Ellensburg
WR — Todd Bird, Sr., Blaine
WR — Kody Berens, Jr., Quincy
TE — Mark Medalia, Sr., Anacortes
OL — Ryan Nehls, Sr., Prosser
OL — Julius Tevaga, Sr., Archbishop Murphy
OL — Sean Dorfler, Sr., Sumner
OL — Zack Phelps, Sr., Centralia
OL — Taylor Witman, Jr., Lynden
K — Hunter Torset, Sr., Burlington-Edison
All-purpose — Kyle Warner, Sr., Tumwater

HONORABLE MENTION

QB — Josh Kraght, So., Lynden; Adam Haberman, Sr., Ellensburg. RB — Kyle Kennedy, Sr., Bremerton; Dan Feeney, Sr., Mark Morris; Lou Hecker, Sr., Kingston; Levi Wigg, Jr., Mount Baker. WR — Dominic Garza, Sr., Prosser. TE — Zach Wimberley, Jr., Tumwater; Tani Tupou, Sr., Archbishop Murphy. OL — Adrian Garcia, Sr., Othello; Steven Elsner, Sr., Mount Baker; Freddy Rodolf, Sr., Kingston; Josh Krick, Sr., W.F. West; Kyle Bailey, Sr., Prosser; David Plasencia, Sr., North Thurston. All-purpose — Caleb Garza, Jr., Othello

DL — Frank Catelli, Sr., Sequim; Ben Taua, Sr., Sumner; Kyle Bailey, Sr., Prosser. LB — Carlos Ramirez, Sr., Toppenish; Sam Shober, Jr., Archbishop Murphy; Brennan Casteel, Sr., W.F. West; Brady Grondel, Sr., Tumwater; Roman Reyna, Sr., Lynden; Christian Melton, Jr., Lakewood. DB — Jammarick Cavitt, Sr., Burlington-Edison; Josh Kraght, So., Lynden.

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Comments

12 Responses to “Odin Coe And Jerry Graham 1st Team Selections On The 2010 Washington AP All State High School Football Teams, 4 Others Honorable Mention”

  1. MM > RAL on January 3rd, 2011 2:12 pm

    Are u kidding? Graham over Feeney?
    I can’t beleive that

  2. HiLander#37 on January 3rd, 2011 8:25 pm

    Graham COVERED 2A_GSHL League like a Glove,

    79 Tackles_ 25 Assists_ 5 Sacks 2010 SeaSON…

    MaJor Bummer will be next year, when Jerry ISN’T ThERE…

  3. HHS Alum on January 4th, 2011 10:52 am

    Im surprised LaValley of Heritage didnt get atleast Honorable Mention. I think he’s more than good enough.

  4. 2A knowledge on January 5th, 2011 4:22 pm

    I have to agree that feeney got snubbed. Not only is Feeney a more aggressive and in my opinion effective linebacker, he also played both ways and was more valuable to his team than Graham. After watching both of them play you can tell who the best linebacker is. Feeney plays the game at the line of scrimmage while graham makes most of his tackles 5 yards plus downfield, which is not how a linebacker should play. Graham was overrated last year in an all state nod and maybe deserved Honorable Mention at best this year.

  5. 2A on January 6th, 2011 6:18 am

    After playing against Graham and Feeney, I have to say Graham was all over the field. Feeney was good on the inside but he wasnt a playmaker on the outside unless he got a perfect read. graham was always flying to the ball and imho a better backer

  6. dumb on January 10th, 2011 8:00 am

    jerry graham didn’t even make all-region. just shows what a joke this list is..where’s browning?

  7. 2A on January 10th, 2011 10:05 am

    dumb you are incorrect he did make all region

  8. RAL>MM on January 10th, 2011 10:11 am

    Jerry Graham definately deserved all state. He was all over the field making plays every game. Don’t under estimate the Jacks next year. They will be young but they have a lot of talent for sure.

  9. Bryan Levesque on January 10th, 2011 11:41 am

    Keep in mind that the Greater St. Helens League (4A, 3A, and 2A) are covered by 2 news papers. The Columbian covers Battle Ground, Camas, Columbia River, Evergreen, Fort Vancouver, Heritage, Hockinson, Hudson’s Bay, Mountain View, Prairie, Skyview, Union and Washougal and other smaller schools. While The Daily News covers Kelso, Mark Morris, R.A. Long and Woodland and other smaller schools and a few in Oregon. So, Jerry Graham as a member of the R.A. Long football team is not even eligible to be on the Columbian’s All Region team, just like Ellis Henderson of Skyview and Zak Browning of Union are not eligible to be on TDN’s All-Area Team.

  10. Jack Supporter on January 12th, 2011 2:14 pm

    Most of you who are Jerry Graham bashing have probably never even seen him play. He will be playing college ball if he chooses to. Maybe not as a linebacker, but he would be a great safety, flying to the ball and having great instincts.

  11. MM Power on January 17th, 2011 10:39 pm

    we shouldn’t forget about ben nofsinger. with 90+ tackles he should also be a candidate.

  12. Jerry Graham Sr. on May 25th, 2011 10:51 pm

    Weather it be collage,the army or whatever I am very proud of that boy, and as a bonus We get to watch him play at least one more game down in vancouver.
    Good luck J.

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