HSGameTime all-area football, first-team offense
Here are the 15 players from the Inland area chosen to the HSGameTime first-team offense.
Quarterback, Cajon, Jr.
Daniels shattered a pair of Inland area records by throwing for 5,139 yards and 62 touchdowns and rushed for 1,292 yards and 15 touchdowns. Daniels set a state record with 6,431 yards of offense.
Running back, Norco, Sr.
Dye averaged 9.3 yards per carry and finished with 2,383 rushing yards and 37 total touchdowns. He topped the 300-yard mark three times and scored at least four touchdowns in six games.
Running back, Valley View, Sr.
Keeling averaged 7.4 yards per carry and finished with 2,872 rushing yards and 34 touchdowns. He topped the 200-yard mark eight times and scored at least four touchdowns in five games.
Running back, Aquinas, Sr.
Rankins averaged 11.4 yards per carry, ranked second in the state with 3,032 rushing yards while scoring 43 touchdowns. Rankins finished his career with 8,745 rushing yards, the second-highest total in Inland history.
Wide receiver, Cajon, Jr.
Jones pulled off a trifecta, setting the Inland area’s single-season records with 102 receptions, 2,094 receiving yards and 28 touchdown catches. He had at least 100 receiving yards 13 times.
Wide receiver, Murrieta Valley, Sr.
Spiker ranked among area leaders with 83 receptions for 1,490 yards and 28 touchdowns. He set area records with 244 career receptions and 4,661 career receiving yards, and his 72 career touchdown receptions is a state record.
Offensive line, Chaparral, Sr.
Dedich is one of nation’s top centers and helped the Pumas have their most successful season since 2013. Chaparral averaged 26.8 points and 206 rushing yards per game.
Offensive line, Norco, Sr.
Long, a left guard, was the clear standout on one of the most physical offensive lines in the Inland area and helped the Cougars average 43.4 points and 506 yards per game.
Offensive line, Murrieta […]