OFFENSE

Sam Seeker, Tallmadge High School

Senior, 6-2, 200, QB

Seeker, a University of Toledo baseball recruit, finished his senior season on the gridiron with 13 rushing touchdowns and 12 passing touchdowns. He completed 95-of-190 attempts as a senior for 1,568 passing yards and four interceptions, and totaled 150 carries for 1,702 rushing yards. His skills on the diamond helped Tallmadge win the Division II state title in baseball in 2017 and reach the state semifinals in 2018.

 

Tre Tucker, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy

Senior, 5-10, 175, WR-RB-DB-PR-KR

Tucker, a University of Cincinnati recruit, won three Division II state track and field championships as a junior and then led the Royals to the Division IV football playoffs as a senior. In the regular season, he had 126 rushes for 1,260 yards and 21 touchdowns, 25 receptions for 531 yards and five touchdowns, one passing touchdown, one punt return touchdown, one kickoff return touchdown and five interceptions.

 

Tyler Scott, Norton High School

Junior, 6-1, 170, RB-WR-KR

Scott played a key role in Norton earning a share of the Portage Trail Conference Metro Division title along with Woodridge and Ravenna. He scored 27 total touchdowns and had one two-point conversion. His junior year resume includes 243 carries, 1,512 rushing yards, 23 rushing touchdowns, 11 receptions, 165 receiving yards, one receiving touchdown and three kickoff return touchdowns of 91, 93 and 99½ yards.

 

Ben Christman, Revere High School

Sophomore, 6-6, 300, OL

Christman continues to develop as an offensive lineman and colleges are taking notice, including the University of Cincinnati, who has offered him a scholarship. The Minutemen posted a winning record in 2018, and the offense averaged 30.5 points per game and 392 yards per game.

 

Ethan Wright, Manchester High School

Junior, 6-1, 185, RB-WR-DB

Wright holds scholarship offers from Akron, Toledo, Duke, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest. He scored 204 points during the 2018 regular season with 31 touchdowns and nine two-point conversions. He led the Panthers to another Division V playoff appearance with 208 rushes for 1,881 yards and 24 touchdowns, 20 receptions for 385 yards and five touchdowns, 111 tackles (35 solos), three interceptions and one fumble recovery.

 

Robby Levak, Nordonia High School

Senior, 5-11, 200, QB-P

Wright holds scholarship offers from Akron, Toledo, Duke, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest. He scored 204 points during the 2018 regular season with 31 touchdowns and nine two-point conversions. He led the Panthers to another Division V playoff appearance with 208 rushes for 1,881 yards and 24 touchdowns, 20 receptions for 385 yards and five touchdowns, 111 tackles (35 solos), three interceptions and one fumble recovery.

 

Kyree Young, Barberton High School

Sophomore, 6-2, 195, RB

Young stepped into a starting role and flourished for the Magics, which compiled back-to-back 10-0 regular seasons, won consecutive Suburban League American Conference titles and reached the playoffs again in Division II. He rushed 177 times for 1,829 yards and 24 rushing touchdowns, and also contributed one receiving touchdown.

 

Jake Rogers, Highland High School

Senior, 5-9, 170, RB-CB-KR-PR

Rogers scored 28 touchdowns as a senior and totaled 2,190 all-purpose yards on an 8-2 Hornets team. His regular season included 1,391 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns, 353 receiving yards and six touchdowns, 257 punt return yards and three scores and 189 kick return yards and one score.

 

Mychael Leno, Buchtel High School

Senior, 6-2, 205, QB-DB-LS

Leno provided versatility to a Buchtel team that won the City Series championship and reached the Division IV playoffs. He completed 101-of-159 passes for 1,145 yards and 10 touchdowns in the regular season, and also had 92 rushes for 646 yards and six touchdowns.

 

Nolan Rumler, Archbishop Hoban High School

Senior, 6-4, 315, OL

Rumler, a University of Michigan recruit, earned his fourth varsity letter on a Knights team that went 10-0 in the regular season. He had 40 pancake blocks in the regular season as a senior and had a 95 percent blocking efficiency rating. This is his fourth year starting at Hoban, which is in the Division II playoffs pursuing its fourth state championship in a row after winning Division III titles in 2015 and 2016 and a Division II crown in 2017.
 

Tyris Dickerson, Archbishop Hoban High School

Senior, 5-10, 210, RB

Dickerson, an Eastern Kentucky University recruit, is a key cog for a Hoban team that went 10-0 in the regular season and is in the Division II playoffs pursuing its fourth state championship in a row after winning Division III titles in 2015 and 2016 and a Division II crown in 2017. He rushed 137 times as a senior in the regular season for 1,159 yards and 18 touchdowns, and also had 12 receptions for 150 yards and 2 touchdowns.

 

Kyre Williams, East High School

Senior, 5-11, 195, QB-DB

Williams, a University of Akron recruit, contributed to East teams that reached the Division III playoffs in 2016 and 2018. He completed 70-of-116 passes in the regular season as a senior for 1,103 passing yards and 15 touchdowns, and also rushed 122 times for 1,260 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns.

DEFENSE

Adrian Woliver, Stow-Munroe Falls High School

Senior, 6-3, 235, LB-HB

Woliver, a University of Toledo recruit, earned his fourth varsity letter as a leader on the Bulldogs defense. He totaled 105 tackles (41 solo, 64 assist) as a senior with five sacks, 15 tackles for loss and one interception. Stow made the Division I playoffs during his first three seasons, including a state semifinal appearance his freshman year.

 

Nick Llewellyn, St. Vincent-St. Mary High School

Senior, 5-11, 160, LB

Llewellyn contributed 100 tackles as a senior along with eight tackles for loss, one sack, one interception and two forced fumbles. He made an impact as a junior on a St. V-M squad that reached a Division III state semifinal game.

 

Mason McMillen, Wadsworth High School

Senior, 6-0, 206, LB

McMillen evolved into a leader for Wadsworth and helped the Grizzlies post back-to-back 10-0 regular seasons, win consecutive Suburban League National Conference titles and once again reach the Division II playoffs. He had over 100 tackles in the regular season along with seven sacks, 17½ tackles for losses and one defensive touchdown.

 

Jack Grice, Wadsworth High School

Junior, 6-0, 205

Grice developed into a tenacious defensive player for Wadsworth and helped the Grizzlies post back-to-back 10-0 regular seasons, win consecutive Suburban League National Conference titles and make another appearance in the Division II playoffs. He had over 80 tackles in the regular season along with 5½ sacks, 16½ tackles for losses, four fumble recoveries, two interceptions and one defensive touchdown.

 

Nyles Beverly, Nordonia High School

Senior, 6-0, 185, CB-RB

Beverly, a Purdue recruit, had 33 tackles, one interception, seven pass break ups, two blocked kicks, forced three fumbles, recovered a fumble and scored a touchdown on defense. Additionally, he rushed for 658 yards and nine touchdowns.

 

Kionnie Dukes, Barberton High School

Senior, 6-1, 250, NG

Dukes became a defensive mainstay for Barberton and helped the Magics post back-to-back 10-0 regular seasons, win consecutive Suburban League American Conference titles and reach the playoffs again in Division II. He had 79 tackles in the regular season as a senior with 53 solos, nine sacks, 16 tackles for losses and two forced fumbles.

 

O'Rell Williams, Buchtel High School

Senior, 5-10, 220, DE

Williams played a pivotal role in helping Buchtel win the City Series championship and advance to the Division IV playoffs. He had 45 tackles, 11 tackles for loss, 14 sacks, six forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, one interception and scored two touchdowns defensively in the regular season.

 

Matt Salopek, Archbishop Hoban High School

Senior, 6-2, 210, FS

Salopek, a Miami of Ohio recruit, totaled 48 tackles, six sacks and six interceptions in the regular season as a senior. He scored three defensive touchdowns and returned a punt for a score for Hoban, which went 10-0 in the regular season and is in the Division II playoffs pursuing its fourth state championship in a row after winning Division III titles in 2015 and 2016 and a Division II crown in 2017.

 

Quentin Howell, Hudson High School

Senior, 6-1, 215, LB

Howell served as a leader once again on the Explorers defense this season with 79 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, five sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. He contributed as a junior starter on a Hudson team that reached the Division II playoffs.

 

DeaMonte Trayanum, Archbishop Hoban High School

Junior, 6-0, 215, LB-RB

Trayanum helped Hoban go 10-0 in the regular season and advance to the Division II playoffs in pursuit of its fourth state championship in a row after winning Division III titles in 2015 and 2016 and a Division II crown in 2017. He holds scholarship offers from Ohio State, Michigan, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Stanford and several other schools. In the regular season, he had 86 tackles, eight sacks, one interception, 22 tackles for loss, one kickoff return for a touchdown and 65 rushes for 810 yards and 16 touchdowns.

 

Dee'Arius Reese, East High School

Senior, 6-2, 280, DL-OL

Reese, a University of Akron recruit, helped East advance to the Division III playoffs in 2016 and 2018. He had 45 tackles, 10 sacks and 12 tackles for loss as a senior defender in the regular season, and also helped pave the way for an offense that scored over 30 points in seven games and averaged approximately 400 yards per game.

 

Bangally Kamara, East High School

Junior, 6-3, 195, OLB-WR

Kamara helped the Dragons advance to the Division III playoffs with a regular season that included 73 tackles, eight sacks, nine pass break ups, a 95-yard interception return for a touchdown, a 50-yard fumble recovery return for a touchdown and five receptions for 150 yards and five touchdowns. He holds college scholarship offers from Akron, Kent, Cincinnati, Kentucky, Toledo and Ohio.

SPECIALISTS

Sam Webster, Revere High School

Senior, 5-10, 205, K

Webster was as efficient kicking a football as he was as a defender on Revere’s boys soccer team that finished as Division II state runner-up. He converted 36-of-37 point after touchdown kicks, made 10-of-11 field goals and had 53-of-58 kickoffs result in a touchback. He was 10-for-10 on field goal attempts that were between 20 and 39 yards.

 

Porter Wilson, Copley High School

Senior, 6-5, 200, P-K

Wilson, a Duke University recruit, turned into a valuable asset on special teams for the Indians. He punted 46 times this season for 2,057 total yards. He averaged 44.7-yards per punt, placed 21 punts inside the 20 and 14 of his 32 kickoffs were touchbacks.