QUARTERBACK | Alex Johnston | York | senior. A stellar senior year for the district champion Falcons included 1,860 passing yards for 21 TDs, and 552 rushing yards and 14 TDs.
RUNNING BACK | Tony Pittman | Phoebus | junior. After missing the first three games to a suspension, "Pitt-Bull" ran for 1,577 yards on 273 carries — per-game averages of 131 and 23.
RUNNING BACK | Will Capers | Lafayette | senior. Rams fullback was the go-to guy in the Wing-T and won a second consecutive district rushing title with 1,371 yards and 18 TDs.
RUNNING BACK | William Emeny | Poquoson | senior. A big year for the two-way first team all-district pick included 1,239 rushing yards and 20 TDs, along with 125 tackles at LB.
RECEIVER | Romond Deloatch | Phoebus | senior. His numbers — 40 catches, 821 yards, 9 TDs — are impressive enough. Then factor in he played in a Power-I offense that runs three-fourths of the time.
RECEIVER | Rashawn Proctor | Bethel | senior. He became only the fourth receiver in PD history to break 1,000 yards. Finished with 49 catches for 1,013 yards and 12 TDs.
RECEIVER | Willie Davis | Bethel | senior. As good as Proctor was, Davis actually led the district in catches with 50. His went for 772 yards and 11 TDs.
LINE | Andy Ruckman | Woodside | senior. After making second-team all-state as a junior, Ruckman had another solid year blocking in the Wolverines' Wing-T offense.
LINE | Roc Jackson | Phoebus | senior. A two-year starter at left guard, Jackson was vital to the Phantoms' success up the middle. A consistent blocker.
LINE | Win Homer | Churchland | senior. The 6-foot-5, 255-pound tackle committed to Boston College in May.
LINE | Hayden Crockett | York | senior. The Falcons offense hovered near 40 points and 400 yards much of the year, thanks in large part to a solid line led by the 6-4, 305-pound FCS prospect.
LINE | Nick Kepa | Lafayette | senior. The four-year starter at center repeated as an all-district and all-region pick despite tearing a knee ligament in Week 2.
ATHLETE | Donnell Lewis | Woodside | senior. He didn't produce the greatest stats at quarterback (1,490 yards, 14 TDs), but he was a constant threat — especially in the fourth quarter.
KICKER | Chris Moller | Woodside | senior. His 0-for-4 night against Bayside was a bummer, but it doesn't subtract from his PD-record 13 field goals in 16 attempts during the regular season.
LINE | Devin Claiborne | Kecoughtan | senior. Was moved from linebacker to defensive, where he blossomed into one of the PD's best. He had 11 sacks.
LINE | Dallas Cogdell | Hampton | senior. Undersized in the middle, but thanks to superior quickness and strength he rarely had trouble.
LINE | Dylan Stallings | Grafton | senior. Almost half of the JMU-bound Bay Rivers District Defensive Player of the Year's 68 tackles (31) were for loss, including 11 1/2 sacks.
LINE | Peter Park | Grafton | senior. The other half of the Clippers dynamite D-line duo had 66 tackles, four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and an interception en route to all-region honors.
LINEBACKER | Justin Lyles | Phoebus | senior. The latest in a long line of Phantom defensive stars had a team-leading 166 tackles and five interceptions. Called "Boom Box" for a reason.
LINEBACKER | Kavon Bellamy | Hampton | senior. He played all year on a bad ankle, but it didn't slow him down on defense. Was always around the ball.
LINEBACKER | Jimmy Evans | York | senior. Small (5-8, 165 pounds) but effective all-region selection had 173 tackles (100 solo) and six forced fumbles.
LINEBACKER | Dylan Hill | York | senior. After running for more than 1,000 yards and making 120 (often jarring) tackles, he'll play in college on the FCS level.
BACK | DeShaun Summers | Phoebus | senior. Finished the season with 50 tackles, nine coming in the state championship game. Also intercepted four passes, including a pick-six.
BACK | Dezmond Jenerette | Hampton | senior. Crabbers coach Mike Smith says Jenerette was the best defensive back in the Peninsula District this season.
BACK | Anthony Honey | York | senior. The Falcons Mr. Everything returned one of his six interceptions for a touchdown, forced two fumbles and made 115 tackles.
BACK | Marcus Spearman | Grafton | junior. The Clippers allowed a district low average of 66 passing yards, and Spearman, who had four interceptions, was big reason.
PUNTER | Jacob Vaught | Lafayette | senior. Netted a 39.6-yard average punting with a rugby style, in addition to making 10-of-14 field goals and 44-of-45 extra points.
RETURNER | Thomas Smith | Lafayette | senior. Virginia Tech-bound receiver scored his 17 touchdowns in a handful of ways, including a punt and kickoff return. Had 36 receptions, for 843 yards and 13 TDs.
— Compiled by Marty O'Brien and Dave JohnsonCopyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times