Fair Announces Class 6A Preseason All-State Team

Thursday, July 17, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Murphy Fair has announced the Class 6A preseason all-state football team in his Tennessee High School Football magazine.

Fair's annual magazine can be purchased in Chattanooga at the following locations:

Big Ridge Cleaners - 5936 Hixson Pike (Publix Shopping Center)

Mountain City Cleaners - 3554 Broad Street

Carriage Cleaners - 715 Signal Mountain Rd.

Carriage Cleaners - 3835 Dayton Blvd

Pos.

Player

School

Ht.

Wt.

Yr.

QB

Jauan Jennings

Blackman

6'4"

190

Sr.

RB

Taye Davis

Lebanon

6'3"

239

Sr.

RB

Isaiah Johnson

Rossview

6'0"

195

Sr

RB

Tre Malone

Station Camp

6'1"

230

Sr.

WR

Van Jefferson

Ravenwood

6'2"

181

Sr.

TE

Kyle Oliver

Oakland

6'5"

230

Sr.

OL

Tyler Norris

Dobyns Bennett

6'4"

250

Sr.

OL

Nate Gilliam

Farragut

6'5"

265

Sr.

OL

Jack Jones

Oakland

6'5"

280

Sr.

OL

John Timmons

Southwind

6'6"

315

Jr.

OL

Evan Gregory

White Station

6'2"

300

Sr.

K

Paul Butuza

Sevier County

6'1"

200

Sr.

           

Defense

         

Pos.

Player

School

Ht.

Wt.

Yr.

DB

Ronnie Killings

Blackman

6'1"

190

Sr.

DB

Brandon Schwardt

Hendersonville

6'0"

175

Sr.

DB

Ugo Amadi

Nashville Overton

5'11"

175

Sr.

DB

D. J. Williams

Smyrna

5'10"

170

Sr.

LB

Cameron Doyle

Collierville

5'11"

200

Sr.

LB

Josh Smith

Oakland

6'4"

230

Sr.

LB

Joshua McMillon

Whitehaven

6'4"

245

Sr.

DL

Dylan Jackson

Maryville

6'6"

245

Sr.

DL

Seth Arwood

Sevier County

6'4"

245

Sr.

DL

Luke Hillis

Siegel

6'3"

235

Sr.

DL

Elijah Phipps

Whitehaven

6'0"

220

Sr.

P

Corey Fatony

Franklin

5'10"

190

Sr.


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