Baylor Has Eight, McCallie Five On DII All-Region Football Team

Red Raiders' Gaglianone Selected Kicker Of The Year

Tuesday, December 03, 2013 - by Larry Fleming

Baylor and McCallie were well-represented on the 2013 Division II All-Region (Middle/East) football team announced Tuesday.

The Red Raiders placed eight players on the offensive and defensive teams while the Blue Tornado had five honored.

Baylor place-kicker Rafael Gaglianone was chosen as the Special Teams MVP. On Monday, Gaglianone was chosen the TSSAA Division II Kicker Of The Year.

Baylor offensive lineman Ben Pettway and McCallie place-kicker Jonathan McKown earned All-Academic MVP awards.

On offense, McCallie’s Cam Walker was chosen to the offensive line, Baylor’s George Porter was one of two running backs picked and McCallie’s Spencer Morgan earned a wide receiver slot.

On defense, Baylor’s Ryan Parker, Blake Layne and Luke Hutchins and McCallie’s Andrew Busby were among 11 linebackers selected.

McCallie’s C.J. Fritz and Baylor’s Sean Wampler and Glenn Ireland made the team as a defensive backs.

The complete team:

Player of the Year:

Tyler Swafford

QB

Brentwood Academy










Offensive MVP:


C.J. Sanders

WR

Brentwood Academy










Defensive MVP:


Jay Robertson

DT

MBA












Special Teams MVP:

Rafael Gaglianone

PK

Baylor





















Academic MVPs:


Ben Pettway

OL

Baylor






Jonah Reels

LB

Brentwood Academy




Parker Wade

OC

Ensworth






Luke Strebel

PK/P

Father Ryan





Alex Bars

OL

MBA






Jonathan McKown

PK

McCallie






Lucas Pulliza

WR

Pope John Paul II





























Offensive Line:


Tucker York


Brentwood Academy




Marcus Graham


Brentwood Academy




Jackson Pittman


Brentwood Academy




Xavier Forrest


Ensworth






Nick Mammarelli


Father Ryan





Alex Bars


MBA






D.J. Mott



MBA






Cam Walker


McCallie






Daniel Al-Nimri


Pope John Paul II











Running Back:


George Porter


Baylor






D'Andre Ferby


Ensworth





















Wide Receiver:


Brandon Taylor


Brentwood Academy




Jake Estes


Ensworth






Gray Reames


MBA






Austin Rolfe


MBA






Spencer Morgan


McCallie






Austin Hayes


Pope John Paul II




















Quarterback:


Cole Euverard


MBA





















Defensive Line:


Derek Barnett


Brentwood Academy




Mike Sawyers


Ensworth






Robert Crawford


Father Ryan




















Linebacker:


Ryan Parker


Baylor






Blake Layne


Baylor






Luke Hutchins


Baylor






Patrick Miller


Ensworh






Hunter Travis


Ensworth






Max Stoffer


Father Ryan





Billy Nipp


Father Ryan





Travonte' Easley


MBA






Bryson Jarrett


MBA






Andrew Busby


McCallie






Gunnar Scholato


Pope John Paul II




















Secondary:


Sean Wampler


Baylor






Glenn Ireland


Baylor






Chris Currin


Brentwood Academy




Aaquil Annoor


Brentwood Academy




Rico McGraw


Ensworth






Donavon Sheffield


Ensworth






Thomas Freeland


Ensworth






Dekeivis Perry


Father Ryan





Andrew Rector


Father Ryan





Arthur Churchwell


MBA






C.J. Fritz



McCallie












 (E-mail Larry Fleming at larryfleming44@gmail.com)


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