2015 High School Football America All-America Team

Sean McGrew All-AmericaSean McGrew, the 2015 High School Football America Player of the Year, leads this year's honorees on the High School Football All-America Team. Photo Erica Cosce-Sabin

High School Football America is proud  to unveil its inaugural All-America team on Super Bowl Sunday.

Leading the way is St. John Bosco (Bellflower, California) running back Sean McGrew, who earlier this week was named as the High School Football America/National High School Coaches Association Senior Football Player of the Year.  McGrew, who’s going to the University of Washington, had an outstanding career, averaging 9.1 yards per carry over his three years with the Braves.

Related: Katy’s Gary Joseph named Coach of the Year

This past season, McGrew ran for more than 1,800 yards and 27 touchdowns while leading his team to a 13-1 record, finishing #8 in the nation in the High School Football America top 25.

Related: High School Football America Radio Show with Sean McGrew

IMG Academy, which finished #7 in our national rankings, placed two players on our First Team Offense  — quarterback Shea Patterson and tight end Issac Nauta.  Both have already enrolled at their college of choice, Patterson at Ole Miss and Nauta at Georgia.

The High School Football America All-America team features players from eleven different states with California leading the way with five players.  Florida, Georgia and Texas have three All-America players each.

High School Football America 2015 All-America Team

Offense

QB – Shea Patterson, IMG Academy (Florida)

RB – Sean McGrew, St. John Bosco (California)

RB – Trevor Speights, McAllen Memorial (Texas)

WR – Kiel Pollard, Colquitt County (Georgia)

WR – Donnie Corley, Detroit Martin Luther King (Michigan)

TE – Isaac Nauta, IMG Academy (Florida)

OL -Ben Bredeson, Arrowhead (Wisconsin)

OL – Tommy Kraemer, Elder (Ohio)

OL – Greg Little, Allen (Texas)

OL – E.J. Price, Archer (Georgia)

OL – Jonah Williams, Folsom (California)

K/P – Quinn Nordin, Rockford (Michigan)

Defense

DL – McTelvin Agim, Hope (Arkansas)

DL – Oluwole Betiku, Serra (Gardena, California)

DL – Derrick Brown, Lanier (Georgia)

DL – Dexter Lawrence, Wake Forest (North Carolina)

LB – Mique Juarez, North Torrance (California)

LB – Caleb Kelley, Clovis West (California)

LB – Lyndell Wilson, Carver (Montgomery, Alabama)

DB – Wayne Davis, Lake Taylor (Virginia)

DB – Trayvon Mullen, Coconut Creek (Florida)

DB – Levonta Taylor, Ocean Lakes (Virginia)

DB – Collin Wilder, Katy (Texas)

Honorable Mention

QB – Jacob Eason (Lake Stevens HS, WA), Sam Ehlinger (Westlake HS, TX)

RB – Tavien Feaster (Spartanburg HS, SC) Najee Harris (Antioch HS, CA), Deshawn Smith (Nature Coast Tech, FL), J.J. Taylor (Corona Centennial HS, CA)

WR – Dekylin Metcalk (Oxford, MS), Michael Pittman (Oaks Christian HS, CA), J.P. Shohfi (San Marino HS, CA)

TE – Naseir Upshur (Imhotep Charter, PA)

OL – Parker Boudreaux (Bishop Moore HS, FL), Liam Eichenberg (St. Ignatius HS, OH), Erik Swenson (Downers Grove South HS, IL)

DL – Rashan Gary (Paramus Catholic HS, NJ), Rashard Lawrence (Neville HS, LA)

LB – Ben Davis (Gordo HS, AL), Michael Divinity (John Ehret HS, LA), Devin Bush, Jr. (Flanagan HS, FL)

DB – Mecole Hardman, Jr. (Elbert County HS, GA), Savion Smith (IMG Academy, FL)

The High School Football America All-America Team is chosen by high school football journalists and high school football coaches from around the country.

 

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Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.