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2010 All-District 15-4A

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Arguably the state's toughest 4A district with tri-champions who did well in the state playoffs, 15-4A post-season honores were led by West Mesquite quarterback Trevone Boykin as the MVP after leading the team to a 10-3 record and a trip to the regional semifinals.
A TCU commit, Boykin threw for 2,930 yards and 28 touchdowns, while rushing for 1,799 yards with 30 TDs.
Silas Firstly was named as the Defensive MVP. Firstly was a big part of the reason that the Pirates made school history in advancing to the state semifinals for the first time in history before falling to Aledo last week, 29-27.
He's a returning junior along with all-district honoreesCraig
Suits and Chase Graham. Poteet has talented junior Steven Hicks, who could be the Pirates' quarterback next season or remain a focal point at receiver or running back.
Quarterback Beau Nowell was selected to the first team after throwing for 3,253 yards and 33 touchdowns compared with only eight interceptions. Nowell, the son of former Poteet baseball coach Ted Nowell missed most of his junior season with a knee injury after a strong start. Nowell, whose older brother Teddy Nowell pitches at TCU, likely will be a top collegiate baseball prospect as a hitter/pitcher after recovering from a severe ankle injury in his final game.
As good as Nowell's regular season was, he left a lasting memory in the playoffs. Not only did he lead the Pirates to four postseason victories, he returned from a serious ankle sprain suffered in the first half against Aledo and nearly led Poteet to an upset victory over the state's top-ranked team.
Corsicana's Cameron Washington, who became the Tigers' feature back after original starter Johnathan Anderson was lost before the season began, finished with 1,539 yards on the ground and 10 scores with an average of nearly eight yards per carry. Corsicana earned its share of the title with talented brothers Thomas McDonald and junior Tevin McDonald.
The most highly rated player in future years could be Newcomer of the Year _ Lancaster freshman Nick Harvey who is a major college prospect at defensive back but who filled in as a speedy, athletic quarterback when injuries depleted the position. Harvey's brother Phillip Harvey plays at Northwestern State, but the younger Harvey, often wearing an Oklahoma sweatshirt to school, is likely to be top prospect for 2014.
Lancaster is loaded with underclass talent along with Harvey 6-0, 175), reminiscent of a young DB who can play WR or QB _ Euless Trinity star Brandon Carter.
Among the top prospective juniors for the Class of 2012 is Lancaster lineman Chris Thomas (6-5, 320) and receiver LaDarius Newbold (6-0, 170) and sophomore cornerback Dakota Austin, a terrific cover corner, and big-play running back Joseph Paden (5-10, 180, who had 855 yards in 56 carries.
Ennis coach Sam Harrell has formally resigned after taking a year off to try to recuperate from health issues. The Lions have two of the best players to rebuild with super sophs Sam Walker and Malik Jenkins, who can play defensive backs or move to key offensive positions.
ALL DISTRICT: 15-4A SUPERLATIVES
District Most Valuable Player
Trevone Boykin Sr. QB West Mesquite
Offensive Most Valuable Player
LaDarius Brown Sr. WR Waxahachie
Defensive Most Valuable Player
Silas Firstley Jr. DT Poteet
Special Teams Most Valuable Player
Thomas McDonald Sr. Corsicana
Newcomer of the Year
Nick Harvey Fr. QB/DB Lancaster
Co-Coaching Staffs of the Year
Poteet
West Mesquite
Corsicana
First Team Offense
Beau Nowell Sr. QB Poteet
Cameron Washington Jr. RB Corsicana
Robert Lowe Jr. RB Waxahachie
Lesley Booker Sr. RB Forney
Dominic Kelley Jr. FB Corsicana
Tanner Brady Sr. TE Waxahachie
Chris Edling Jr. TE Corsicana
Gary Owens, Jr. Sr. WR West Mesquite
Justin Velasquez Sr. WR Poteet
Devante Turner Sr. WR Terrell
Christian Hines Jr. WR Corsicana
Robert Perez Sr. C West Mesquite
Grant Shaw Sr. OL Forney
Roclan Drain Sr. OL Corsicana
Carlos Pineda Sr. OL Red Oak
Joshua Robinson Sr. OL Lancaster
Richie Barrientos Sr. K Red Oak
Second Team Offense
Cameron Cutrer Sr. QB Corsicana
Courtland Smith Jr. RB West Mesquite
Steven Hicks Jr. RB Poteet
Mandel Dixon Sr. FB Red Oak
Cale Wardlaw Sr. TE Terrell
Greg Thurmond Sr. WR West Mesquite
Cedric Gilbert Sr. WR Lancaster
Ishmael Harrison Sr. WR Red Oak
Seth Smith Sr. WR Ennis
James Mann Sr. C Waxahachie
Michael King Sr. OL West Mesquite
Chris Thomas Jr. OL Lancaster
Rodney Haynes Sr. OL Poteet
Sam Jenkins Jr. OL Red Oak
Yovany Arvizu Sr. K Waxahachie
First Team Defense
Nonah Hadnot Sr. DL Red Oak
Lexion Lee Sr. DL Lancaster
Rishaad Wimbely Sr. DL Forney
Paul Kamanda Sr. DE Poteet
Lance Skylar Sr. DE Lancaster
Rodney Morris Sr. DE Forney
Preston Paulson Sr. OLB Terrell
Tevin McDonald Jr. OLB Corsicana
Trey Brown Sr. ILB Lancaster
Craig Suits Jr. ILB Poteet
Jeremy Brady Jr. DB Red Oak
Chase Graham Jr. DB Poteet
Robert Adkinson Jr. DB Corsicana
Keiondrick Scott Sr. DB Terrell
Jalen Neals Jr. DB Lancaster
Brandon Baker Sr. DB Lancaster
Stewart MacDonell Sr. P Poteet
Second Team Defense
Stephen Walton Sr. DL Terrell
Darrell Washington Sr. DL Lancaster
Dequan Raindle Jr. DL Corsicana
Brandon Polk Sr. DL Corsicana
Landon Phillips Sr. DE Poteet
Casey Hawkins Sr. DE Red Oak
Jacob Berry Sr. OLB Poteet
Derrick Williams Sr. OLB Red Oak
Lesley Booker Sr. OLB Forney
Matavious Morris Jr. ILB Terrell
Blake Childress Sr. ILB West Mesquite
Devonte Bell So. DB Corsicana
Quarmaine Thomas Sr. DB West Mesquite
Nick Giron Sr. DB Red Oak
Diamond Williams Jr. DB Terrell
Sam Walker So. DB Ennis
Stephen Mrazek Sr. P Corsicana
Patric Youngman Jr. P Forney
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