Marion's Zeman, Tudors Voted To 2A All-State Team

Monday, July 14, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Marion County running back Blake Zeman and offensive lineman Hayden Tutors have been chosen to the Class 2A preseason all-state football team in Murphy Fair's Tennessee High School Football magazine.

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Pos.

Player

School

Ht.

Wt.

Yr.

QB

Kyle Akin

Trinity Christian

6'2"

195

Sr.

RB

Kyron Inman

Knoxville Grace

5'9"

185

Sr.

RB

Blake Zeman

Marion County

5'10"

225

Sr.

RB

Kenyon Harper

Trousdale County

5'11"

192

Sr.

WR

Ross Burcham

Adamsville

6'5"

220

Sr.

TE

Seth Holder

Trousdale County

6'3"

232

Sr.

OL

James Merritt

Eagleville

6'0"

230

Sr.

OL

John Cole

Hampton

6'2"

270

Jr.

OL

Hayden Tudors

Marion County

6'0"

245

Sr.

OL

Donald Cofield Jr.

Mitchell

6'3"

265

Sr.

OL

Alex Ware

Eagleville

5'11"

235

Sr.

K

Bryce Couch

Oneida

5'8"

195

Sr.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Defense

 

 

 

 

 

Pos.

Player

School

Ht.

Wt.

Yr.

DB

Wes Vallance

Eagleville

5'11"

160

Sr.

DB

Trey Hickey

M.T.C.S.

5'10"

160

Soph.

DB

Tyler Garrott

Trinity Christian

5'8"

165

Sr.

DB

Zach Blackwell

Trousdale County

5'8"

160

Sr.

LB

Jacob Dengler

Adamsville

6'0"

205

Sr.

LB

Wyatt Wolfe

Goodpasture

5'11"

200

Sr.

LB

Jordan Johnson

Peabody

5'10"

185

Sr.

LB

Cameron Jennings

Watertown

5'10"

235

Sr.

DL

Lester Holt

Mitchell

6'1"

280

Sr.

DL

Grant McEwen

Peabody

5'11"

245

Sr.

DL

Stephen Anderson

Trinity Christian

5'11"

200

Sr.

P

Dylan Ford

Hampton

5'8"

163

Sr.

 


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