2010 All Central Florida Football (Offense)

All-Central Florida Offense
Player of the Year

QB Trevor Siemian

Olympia, 6-3/197, Sr.


Buzz: Cerebral passer hit 195 of 291 attempts (67 percent) for 2,494 yards and 22 TDs for a Titans team that won its first district title, only to have it stripped due to an ineligibility. Siemian became the first 6,000-yard passer in Orange County history with 6,144 career yards and 53 TD passes. He also showed toughness as a runner and as a winner this season.

College plans: Committed to Northwestern.

First team

QB Blake Bortles


Oviedo, 6-4/220, Sr.

Buzz: 151-233-8 for 2,211 yards and 28 TDs for Lions (9-2). Holds county career records for yards (5,576) and TDs (53).

College plans: UCF commitment.

RB Shontrelle Johnson

DeLand, 5-10/180, Sr.

Buzz: Rushed for area-best 1,993 yards and scored 19 TDs on 274 carries for state runner-up.

College plans: Committed to Northwestern, then Iowa State, but says he would jump at an


offer. Has UF offer.

RB Patrick Mputu

Winter Park, 5-9/185, Sr.

Buzz: Carried load for Wildcats (11-2) with 2,000 all-purpose yards, 24 TDs. Had 11 runs over 65 yards.

College plans: High-end academics means looks from Northwestern, Wake Forest, Furman, Colgate, etc.

RB Tom Smith

Apopka, 5-11/190, Jr.

Buzz: Carried 235 times for 1,651 yards and 24 TDs and added 129 yards receiving and 100 passing.

College plans: Too early to tell, but certainly a major-college prospect.

WR James Boone

St. Cloud, 6-0/178, Sr.

Buzz: Playmaker had 1,003 yards on 58 catches and rushed for 540. Scored 18 TDs. Career: 143 receptions, 2,583 yards.

College plans: Orally committed to Colorado State, but getting overtures from others.

WR Kenny Shaw

Dr. Phillips, 6-1/170, Sr.

Buzz: 46 catches for 732 yards and 9 TDs for 11-1 team. Had school-record 122 career receptions.

College plans: Announced commitment to FSU during last Saturday's

Under Armour

All-America Game.

OL Marck Castillo

Kissimmee Liberty, 6-5/305, Jr.

Buzz: A big, agile, punishing blocker for 8-3 team that surpassed 3,000 yards rushing.

College plans: Major interest includes North Carolina State, Missouri, Miami and Syracuse.

OL David Barnard

Apopka, 6-1/260, Sr.

Buzz: Savvy senior leader of excellent offensive front that paved way for a 12-2 state semifinal team.

College plans: Tough guy with strong academics could end up at I-AA level.

OL E.J. Dunston

Edgewater, 6-2/295, Sr.

Buzz: Played big on both sides for


(10-4). Had 18 tackles for loss. Projects as college DL.

College plans: Orally committed to UCF.

OL Max Lang

Boone, 6-5/280, Jr.

Buzz: Key cog up front for Braves (7-4). Will be third-year starter and major-college prospect as a senior.

College plans: USF, UCF and FSU like him.

OL Trey Pettis

DeLand, 6-5/295, Jr.

Buzz: Massive coach's son was one of first invites to 2011 Under Armour All-America Game.

College plans: Orally committed to FSU.

ATH Kent Gainous

Edgewater, 6-2/190, Sr.

Buzz: Do-it-all QB was 85-of-184 passing for 1,413 yards, 15 TDs and ran 177 times for 1,368 yards and 10 TDs.

College plans: Looking to take visits to Cincinnati, Marshall, FAU and one other school.

UTIL Demetrius Hart

Dr. Phillips, 5-8/185, Jr.

Buzz: Has 10 DP records, including TDs for season (20) and career (38) and all-purpose yards (3,991).

College plans: Heavy interest from much of SEC and ACC, including Miami and FSU.

Second team

QB Matt Thompson, Seabreeze, 6-2/185, Sr.

RB Toby Durham, Seminole, 6-0/187, Sr.


Marlin Lane

, Mainland,6-2/208, Jr.

RB Jalen Singleton, Bishop Moore, 5-4/145, Sr.

WR Trevor Berry, Oviedo,6-2/185, Sr.

WR Rashad Lawrence, Olympia, 6-2/190, Sr.

WR O.J. Ross, Mainland, 5-10/180, Sr.


Garrett Clark

, Mainland,6-4/280, Jr.

OL Tanner Fleming, Deltona,6-3/270, Sr.

OL Kyle Liquori, Olympia,6-4/290, Sr.

OL Cameron Riverol, East Ridge,6-0/230, Sr.

OL Jared Wilken, DeLand,6-2/297, Sr.


Kevin Sousa

, Lake Nona,6-4/190, Jr.

UTIL Nate Perera, Bishop Moore, 6-3/195, Sr.

The Sentinel's All-Central Florida football team was chosen by Varsity staffers Buddy Collings, Ty Ensor, Kyle Hightower, Charles King, Austin Lyon and

Joe Williams

, with input from area coaches.