Four Baylor Football Players Voted TSWA D-II All-State

McCallie's Nunally Also Selected

Tuesday, December 18, 2012 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Four Baylor players and one McCallie player have been voted to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Division II-AA all-state football team.

Making the team from Baylor were kicker Rafael Gaglianone, defensive linemen Will Thomas and Derrick Green and linebacker Colton Jumper.

McCallie’s Julian Nunally was chosen as an offensive linemen.

COMING WEDNESDAY DEC. 19: Division I Class A and Class AA all-state football teams.

Division II-A All-State

Coach of the Year: David Meske (Webb School of Knoxville)

Offense

QB - Brent Rooker (Evangelical Christian School)

QB - Ryan Garner (University School of Jackson)

RB - Powers Spencer (University School of Jackson)

RB - Marcus Miller (Fayette Academy)

RB - Aaron Blance (Webb School of Knoxville)

FB - Robby Strachan (Webb School Knoxville)

WR - Ausitn Orr (University School of Jackson)

OL - Chase Hensley (University School of Jackson)

OL - Skip Garner (Webb School Knoxville)

OL - Andrew Campbell (Webb School Knoxville)

OL - Zach Collins (Harding Academy)

OL - Tyler Buckley (University School of Jackson)

K - Troy Smigielski (University School of Jackson)

Defense

DL - Mack Weaver (Harding Academy)

DL - Dylan Young (St. George's)

DL - Carter Thomas (Webb School Knoxville)

DL - Stephen Davis (Davidson Academy)

LB - Walker Jones (Evangelical Christian School)

LB - Bennett Harrison (Webb School Knoxville)

LB - Tyler Hardin (University School of Jackson)

LB - Joseph Patterson (University School of Jackson)

DB - Steve Wilson (Davidson Academy)

DB - Dalton Ponchillia (Franklin Road Academy)

DB - Todd Kelly Jr. (Webb School of Knoxville)

DB - Brock Beeler (Webb School of Knoxville)

P - Jack Grayson (Webb School Knoxville)


Division II-AA

Coach of the Year: Ricky Bowers (Ensworth)

Offense

QB - Jordan Rodgers (Memphis University School)

QB - Max Staver (Brentwood Academy)

QB - Andrew Bowers (Ensworth)

RB - Ramadi Warren (Christian Brothers)

RB - Corn Elder (Ensworth)

WR - Devin Perry (Memphis University School)

WR - Jalen Ramsey (Brentwood Academy)

OL - Alexander Karr (Christian Brothers)

OL - Arbre Jones (Memphis University School)

OL - Julian Nunally (McCallie)

OL - Alex Bars (Montgomery Bell Academy)

OL - Michael Sawyers (Ensworth)

OL - Parker Wade (Ensworth)

K - Rafael Gaglianone (Baylor)

Defense

DL - Derek Barnett (Brentwood Academy)

DL - Amos Mason (Brentwood Academy)

DL - Will Thomas (Baylor)

DL - Derrick Green (Baylor)

DL - Xavier Forrest (Ensworth)

DL - Jashon Robertson (Montgomery Bell Academy)

LB - Colton Jumper (Baylor)

LB - Peyton Klawinski (Memphis University School)

LB - Ford Howell (Memphis University School)

LB - Alex Ashlock (St. Benedict)

DB - D'Montre Wade (Brentwood Academy)

DB - Jamonte Graham (Father Ryan)

DB - Chris Carrier (Christian Brothers)

DB - Donovan Sheffield (Ensworth)

DB - Justin Loyd (Ensworth)

P - Gary Wunderlich (Memphis University School)

(E-mail Stan Crawley at wscrawley@earthlink.net)

 


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