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Two Panola Tigers named ALL AMERICANS

December 28, 2010
By of South Panola High School

RivalsHigh 2010 All-American team

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About the first-ever RivalsHigh All-American team:

It is not just the top recruits. (While eight earned the coveted five-star rating from Rivals.com, three of our top 26 are 3-stars while two are 2-stars).

It is not just the players on the top teams. (Only two finished on teams in the top 10 of the RivalsHigh; only a handful played for state titles).

It is, simply put, the best players in the country.

2010 RivalsHigh.com All-American Team
:Justin Worley
Rock Hill (S.C.) Northwestern
6-4 196 lbs (Tennessee)

Worley put up staggering numbers this season, helping his team win a South Carolina state title and earn the No. 5 spot in the RivalsHigh 100 team rankings. He threw for over 5,000 yards and 64 touchdowns while completing 73 percent of his passes on the year.
: Jadeveon Clowney
Rock Hill (S.C.) South Pointe
6-6 247 lbs (undecided)

Clowney has proven to be one of the best players in the nation as a senior at South Pointe. He helped lead the Stallions to a state final appearance. He had 29 sacks on the season despite facing consistent double- and triple-teams.
: Qyendarius Griffin
Batesville (Miss.) South Panola
5-10 210 lbs (undecided)

Griffin went from a defensive secondary player as a junior to a Mr. Football candidate for Mississippi as a senior. He ran for 2,670 yards and 39 touchdowns despite playing mostly in just the first half.
: Anthony Johnson
New Orleans (La.) O. Perry Walker
6-4 298 lbs (LSU)

Johnson may have been in the opposition's huddle this season as much time as he spent in the backfield. From the defensive line, he recorded 124 tackles and 36 tackles for loss, including 15 sacks.
: Malcolm Brown
Cibolo (Texas) Steele
6-0 220 lbs (Texas)

Brown eclipsed the 2,500-yard mark and scored 28 touchdowns on the year. Brown helped the Knights rebound from a 1-2 start to win the Texas Class 5A Division II state title - cementing his status as a premier back nationally.
: Ishaq Williams
Brooklyn (N.Y.) Lincoln
6-6 220 lbs (undecided)

Williams is the premier football player from New York state this season. He was a dominant force on the line causing 30 quarterback hurries and forcing five fumbles. He also recorded 39 solo tackles despite teams running away from him all season.
: Trey Metoyer
Whitehouse (Texas) High
6-2 198 lbs (Oklahoma)

One of the most talented and productive wide receivers in the nation, Metoyer hauled in 105 catches for 1,540 yards and 23 scores on the season. He has the ball skills to go over corners as well as the route-running skills to get separation.
: Stephone Anthony
Wadesboro (N.C.) Anson
6-3 220 lbs (undecided)

Anthony was a NCPreps.com Player of the Year candidate and won the Gatorade Player of the Year award in North Carolina. He recorded 123 tackles, four sacks, and two interceptions playing all over the field.
: Kasen Williams
Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline
6-2 197 lbs (Washington)

Williams is a more physical receiver than his measurements would indicate, but at 6-2, 197 pounds, he can play very big. This year, he put the Spartans on his shoulders and carried the team to a state final game while pulling in 83 catches for 1,538 yards and 21 touchdowns.
: Steven Daniels
Cincinnati (Ohio) St. Xavier
6-0 225 lbs (Boston College)

Daniels was the heart-and-soul leader of a very good Bombers defense. He has a nose for the ball and the ability to make plays at the point of attack. Daniels accounted for over 80 tackles and 18 sacks on the season. Despite a disappointing 7-5 season at St. X, Daniels shined.
: Nick O'Leary
West Palm Beach (Fla.) Dwyer
6-4 235 lbs (undecided)

O'Leary is another heart-and-soul player whose energy can fill the team. His physical play from the tight end position sets the tone for the rest of the offense. He caught 51 passes for 875 yards and 12 touchdowns this year as part of the big three at Dwyer.
: Curtis Grant
Richmond (Va.) Grant
6-3 222 lbs (undecided)

The Central Region two-time defensive player of the year in Virginia is one of the best in the country at the linebacker position. He had 126 tackles and six sacks on the season and helped guide his team deep into the playoffs.
: Cyrus Kouandjio
Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha
6-6 322 lbs (undecided)

Kouandjio is a massive lineman who has the rare combination of size and agility. He could just as easily slim down and be a freak tight end as he could redshirt in college and be a dominant offensive lineman. He reminds us of NFL lineman Bruce Campbell.
: Tony Steward
St. Augustine (Fla.) Menendez
6-2 225 lbs (undecided)

Steward's team was not as successful as many other players on this list and that may limit his totals as he did not get to add playoff stats. His 82 tackles, five sacks, four forced fumbles all came in just eight games. He is a very physically gifted player and it showed on every play.
: Ryne Reeves
Crete (Neb.) High
6-3 300 lbs (Nebraska)

Reeves likely will slide inside to center when he gets to Nebraska, but this season he was a road grater at guard. His physical play helped lead Crete to an undefeated season and a state title.
: Demetrious Nicholson
Virginia Beach (Va.) Bayside
5-11 167 lbs (Virginia)

Teams in the Tidewater area did not throw much at Nicholson, but when he was tested, the corner was up to the task. The Virginia commit had 19 pass breakups and two interceptions while supporting the run with 35 solo tackles.
: Brian Bobek
Palantine (Ill.) Fremd
6-2 278 lbs (Ohio State)

Bobek is a natural center who can read and interpret defensive fronts. He is a very heady player who also has the physical tools to make an impact at the next level. Illinois is long known for producing offensive lineman; he is another in a series.
: Brian Randolph
Marietta (Ga.) Kell
6-0 180 lbs (Tennessee)

Randolph was a do-everything player for Kell on its defense. He was active in run support tallying 162 tackles on the year. He was also heavy in the pass game with nine pass breakups and four interceptions. He has had over 100 tackles all three years on varsity.
: Sedrick Flowers
Galena Park (Texas) North Shore
6-3 280 lbs (Texas)

Flowers will stay home and play at Texas. His coach called him the best football player he has ever had on his team - a very high compliment considering some of the players that have come through North Shore.
: Chris Hackett
Tyler (Texas) John Tyler
6-1 185 lbs (TCU)

Hackett intercepted 12 passes this year and helped to put his team into the Class 4A Division I quarterfinals. He also had 60 tackles, 12 more pass breakups and four forced fumbles.
: La'El Collins
Baton Rouge (La.) Redemptorist
6-5 285 lbs (LSU)

Collins has been called the best offensive lineman to ever come out of the state of Louisiana. That's high praise for a young adult who already has started drawing comparisons to NFL Hall of Famer Jackie Slater.
: Jonathan Rose
Leeds (Ala.) High
6-2 170 lbs (Auburn)

Rose led Leeds to an undefeated state title in Class 3A in Alabama. He was responsible for 73 tackles from his corner position and grabbed five interceptions - two of which went back for touchdowns.
: Brandon Carter
Euless (Texas) Trinity
5-11 165 lbs (Oklahoma)

Carter was a do-everything player for the Trojans this season. He ran the ball for over 1,000 yards and 14 touchdowns, caught 24 passes for 385 yards, and threw for six more scores. He also played cornerback and returned kicks and punts.
: Hasean Clinton-Dix
Orlando (Fla.) Dr. Phillips
6-2 190 lbs (Alabama)

HaHa did a little of everything for Dr. Phillips. He was the primary safety for the team but also played wide receiver and was a return man. One of the more physical players in the secondary, his play was hard to match from anyone nationally.
: Nickalos Brassell
Batesville (Miss.) South Panola
6-0 175 lbs (Mississippi State)

Brassell was one of the best players in the state of Mississippi and in the nation this year. He was the leading reciever on the national champion, South Panola Tigers. He also played corner and safety when needed and was the primary return man.
: Kyle Brindza
Canton (Mich.) Plymouth
6-2 195 lbs (Notre Dame)

Of his 72 kickoffs, 64 of them went for touchbacks. Brindza also booted 19 field goals to be one of the most accurate kickers in the country. His ability to kick both long range kicks as well as convert all of his extra points should translate well into the college game.

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