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Aledo RB, Nolan Catholic DE, Haltom DB make first-team ALL-USA Texas football team

Aledo running back Jase McClellan (9) takes of on a run for the first touchdown in the first half of a Texas High School 5A Division II State Championship football game at AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas, Friday, Dec. 21, 2018. Aledo led 28-12 at the half. (Star-Telegram Bob Booth)
Aledo running back Jase McClellan (9) takes of on a run for the first touchdown in the first half of a Texas High School 5A Division II State Championship football game at AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas, Friday, Dec. 21, 2018. Aledo led 28-12 at the half. (Star-Telegram Bob Booth) Bob Booth

ALL-USA Texas Football team

Bold= Dallas-Fort Worth

COACH OF THE YEAR: Jon Kay, North Shore

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Garrett Wilson, Lake Travis

North Shore did the unthinkable with a walk-off, 45-yard Hail Mary from Dematrius Davis to Carter in the corner of the end zone as time expired to stun Duncanville, 41-36, in front of 42,363 in the Class 6A Division I final at AT&T Stadium.

First Team

QB Grant Gunnell (6-6, 222, Sr.), St. Pius X

RB Zachary Evans (6-0, 205, Jr.), North Shore

RB Jase McClellan (5-10, 201, Jr.), Aledo

WR Theo Wease (6-3, 202, Sr.), Allen

WR Garrett Wilson (6-1, 181, Sr.), Lake Travis

TE Austin Stogner (6-6, 235, Sr.), Prestonwood Christian

OL Branson Bragg (6-4, 308, Sr.), Crandall

OL Kenyon Green (6-4, 330, Sr.), Atascocita

OL Tyler Johnson (6-5, 314, Sr.), Oak Ridge

OL EJ Ndoma-Ogar (6-4, 328, Sr.), Allen

OL Blake Webster (6-0, 245, Sr.), Westlake

Five-star Aledo running back Jase McClellan works his way in from 2 yards out to give the Bearcats a 21-12 lead over Fort Bend Marshall with 7:22 left in the first half of their Class 5A Division II state championship game at AT&T Stadium.

Second Team

QB Landry Gilpin (5-11, 155, Sr.), Veterans Memorial

RB Daimarqua Foster (5-10, 195, Sr.), Hirschi

RB Deondrick Glass (5-11, 200, Sr.), Katy

WR Jaxon Smith-Njigba (6-1, 188, Jr.), Rockwall

WR Parker Washington (5-11, 185, Jr.), Fort Bend Travis

TE Baylor Cupp (6-6, 240, Sr.), Brock

OL Jayden Borjas (6-5, 280, Sr.), Robert Vela

OL Beaux Limmer (6-5, 280, Sr.), Robert E. Lee

OL Logan Parr (6-4, 268, Jr.), Sandra Day O’Connor

OL Dawson Reynolds (6-3, 310, Sr.), Permian

OL Matthew Sanders (6-1, 250, Sr.), Vandegrift

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Brian Williams, Bishop Dunne

First Team

DL Braedon Mowry (6-4, 225, Sr.), Taylor

DL NaNa Osafo-Mensah (6-4, 231, Sr.), Nolan Catholic

NaNa Osafo-Mensah
Nolan Catholic’s defensive end Nana Osafo-Mensah against All Saints during the first Half of Friday’s November 2, 2018 football game at McNair Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas. Special/Bob Haynes Bob Haynes Special to the Star-Telegram

DL Steven Parker (6-4, 220, Sr.), South Oak Cliff

DL James Sylvester (6-4, 225, Jr.), Newton

LB Monte Cluck (6-2, 220, Sr.), Boerne

LB Smith Essman (5-10, 195, Sr.), Midland

LB Landon Roque (5-10, 200, Sr.), Dickinson

DB Braylen Brooks (5-10, 175, Sr.), Sachse

DB Lewis Cine (6-2, 185, Sr.), Trinity Christian Cedar Hill

DB Keyon Shannon (5-11, 180, Sr.), Haltom

DB Brian Williams (6-1, 211, Sr.), Bishop Dunne

Second Team

DL De’Braylon Carroll (6-0, 285, Sr.), Duncanville

DL Prince Dorbah (6-4, 210, Jr.), Highland Park

DL DeMarvin Leal (6-4, 280, Sr.), Judson

DL Josh Ellison (6-3, 285, Sr.), A&M Consolidated

LB Marcel Brooks (6-3, 195, Sr.), Marcus

LB David Gbenda (6-0, 218, Sr.), Cinco Ranch

LB Gavon Lange (5-10, 200, Jr.), Haltom

DB RJ Mickens (6-1, 188, Jr.), Carroll

DB Jamal Morris (6-2, 185, Sr.), Fort Bend Bush

DB Anfernee Orji (6-1, 200, Sr.), Rockwall

DB Darius Snow (6-1, 216, Jr.), Hebron

SPECIAL TEAMS

K Caden Davis (6-2, 186, Sr.), Coppell

Caden Davis, one of the top kickers in the nation and a Texas A&M commit, kicks the game-winning 57-yard FG to send Coppell past Sachse on Friday August 31, 2018. Video credit Friday Night Glory

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