Football: all-state teams for every state

We’ve given you the All-Americans in football, today we go state by state (plus D.C.) to look at All-State teams as chosen by top media sources locally.

One of the players honored is Missouri running back Ezekiel Elliott who 247 Sports and ESPN Recruiting Nation rate as the top recruit in the Show Me State as he rushed for 2,155 yards and 40 TDs for John Burroughs High in St. Louis and also won the Class 3 110 high hurdles with a time of 14.1.

To see each state’s All-State team click on the state name.  Note that “$” means the site is premium.

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StateSourceStudent Sports Spotlight Player
Ala. Sports Writers AssocDB Johnny Cook; Alabama-bound DB had 7 INTs
AlaskaAnchorage Daily NewsQB Conor Feckley (West): state record 2,559 passing yards
ArizonaArizona RepublicWR Mark Andrews (Scottsdale Desert Mttn); 81 catches, 21 TDs
ArkansasArk H.S. Athletic Assoc.QB Austin Allen (Fayetteville): team won 7A state title
CaliforniaCalHiSports.comLB Michael Hutchings (Concord De La Salle): 113 tackles, 3 INTs
ColoradoDenver PostRB Christian McCaffrey (Valor Christian): 41 total TDs
ConnecticutConn. H.S. Coaches Assoc.TE Andrew Isaacs (Manchester): will sign at Maryland
DelawareWDELQB Darius Wade (Middletown): led team to 12-0 Div. I title
D.C.Washington PostWR Kendall Fuller (Good Counsel): joining two bro's at Va Tech
FloridaAssociated PressRB Derrick Henry (Yulee): set national career rushing mark with 11,610
GeorgiaAtlanta Journal ConsitutionRB Alvin Kamara (Norcross): voted "Best Feet" at Under Armour Game
Hawaii$Honolulu AdvertiserRB Aofaga Wily (Kahuku): led state in attempts, yardage and touchdowns
IdahoIdaho StatesmanQB Logan Anderson (Madison): passed for 3,588, ran for 604, 45 total TDs
IllinoisChicago TribuneWR Laquon Treadwell (Crete-Monee): 81 catches, 1,424 yards and 16 TDs
IndianaAssociated PressLB Jaylon Smith (Ft. Wayne Bishop Leurs): four state titles in four years
IowaIowa Newspaper Assoc.OL Jake Campos (W. Des Moines Valley): 6-7 lineman played in Army Game
KansasVarsityKansas.comLB Drew Kite (Scott City): 137 tackles and 5 sacks
KentuckyLouisville Courrier JournalDL Jason Hatcher (Trinity): 13.5 sacks for USC-bound lineman
LouisianaLouisiana Sports Writers Assoc.QB Kennon Fontenot (Barbe): passed for 2,486 yards and 47 TDs
MainePortland Press HeraldQB Jordan Whitney (Mt. Blue): Class B title with 29 TDs and only 5 INTs
MarylandMarylandVarsity.comDL Henry Poggi (Gilman): 87 tackles, 14.5 sacks… headed to Michigan
MassachusettsMass. H.S. Football CoachesOL John Montelus (Everett): 6-5, 300 pounder signing with Notre Dame
MichiganDetroit NewsWR Drake Harris (Grand Rapids Christian): 91 catches for state-record 2,016 yards
MinnesotaAssociated PressRB Bridgeport Tusler (Osseo): two-way thread with 23 TDs and 8 INTs
MississippiJackson Clarion LedgerATH Gabe Myles (Starkville): QB/DB lead Jackets to 5A title with 21 TDs
MissouriStltoday.comRB Ezekiel Elliott (Burroughs): lit up Class 3 with 37 TDs; Ohio State bound
MontanaMissoulian.comQB Dallas Cook (Butte): jr. led Butte to AA state title and MVP honors
NebraskaLincoln JournalLB Josh Banderas (Lincoln SW): Husker commit had 119 tackles, rushed for 18 TDs
NevadaLas Vegas Review-JournalRB Myloe Lewis (Cheyenne): 2,435 rushing yards with 39 TDs
New HampshireNew Hampshire Football ReportOL Jake Kennedy (Souhegan): 6-4, 300 lineman with Ivy League offers
New JerseyNJ.comRB Corey Clement (Glassboro): 5th in state history with 6,000+ rushing yards
New MexicoNMHSCA.comRB Romell Jordan (Cleveland): speedy scatback who'll play at New Mexico
New YorkNY State SportswritersDL Ebenezer Ogundeko (Brooklyn Jefferson): 13 sacks, 60 tackles, headed to Clemson
North CarolinaAssociated PressRB T.J. Logan (Northern Guilford): set state record with 510 rushing yards in title game
North DakotaNewsDakota.comLB Layne Johs (Bismarck): rushed for 1,995 yards, 32 TDs for state champ
OhioAssociated PressLB Mike McCray (Trotwood-Madison): Michigan commit named Div. II POY
OklahomaThe OklahomanRB Trey'Vonne Barr'e (Jenks): led Class 6A with 2,229 yards, 39 TDs (9.7 ave)
OregonOregon LiveRB Thomas Tyner (Aloha): single season state records of 3,415 yards, 45 TDs
PennsylvaniaPennsylvania Football NewsQB Matt Bodamer (Port Allegany): state record-holder for passing yards and TDs
Rhode IslandProvidence JournalQB Bobby Chavous (Portsmouth): 38 TDs: 25 passing, 13 rushing and 3,599 all-purpose yards
South CarolinaSCVarsity.comWR Tramel Terry (Goose Creek): Georgia commit named state's Mr. Football
South DakotaS.D. Football Coaches Assoc.RB Cole Langer (Dell Rapids): three-time All-Star fullback, averaged 8.8 yards per carry
TennesseeThe Commercial AppealDL Frank Herron (Memphis Central): 14 sacks for the DE going to LSU
TexasAssociated PressQB Kenny Hill (Southlake Carroll): accounted for 3,200 yards and 42 TDs
UtahDeseret NewsQB Austin Kafentzis (Jordan): sophomore accounted for 4,500 yards and 54 TDs
VermontBurlington Free PressOL Michael Dulac (Hartford): led the Hurricanes to third straight state title
VirginiaVirginiaPreps.comQB Jaylian Williamson (Oscar Smith): completed 73% of his passes in playoffs
WashingtonSeattle TimesQB Max Browne (Skyline): National POY with 4,526 passing yards, 49 TDs, only 5 INTs
West VirginiaCharleston GazetteRB Ryan Switzer (Washington): North Carolina-bound, played in Semper Fidelis Game
WisconsinWisc. Football Coaches Assoc.DE Alex James (Brookfield East): passing rushing star, will play for the homestate Badgers
WyomingWyoming Coaches Assoc.RB Josh Flanigan (Natrona Co.): rushed for 1,300 years for 4A state champ
Updated: January 29, 2013

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