The Times' all-area high school football team

Chaminade's Brad Kaaya, Norwalk's Rashaad Penny, Mission Viejo's Michael Mathewes and Lompoc's Ainuu Taua are part of a deep and talented squad.

Jonathan Lockett

Jonathan Lockett was a two-way standout for Mater Dei this season. (Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times / October 11, 2013)


QB Brad Kaaya, Chaminade, 6-4, 215, Sr.

The Miami commit made precision passes and great decisions in helping lead the Eagles to a Division II bowl victory. He passed for 3,853 yards and 27 TDs.

RB Rashaad Penny, Norwalk, 6-1, 195, Sr.

Penny rushed for 2,504 yards and 43 touchdowns in helping Norwalk to a 13-1 record and runner-up spot in the Southeast Division.

RB Tre Watson, Corona Centennial, 5-11, 195, Sr.

With individual games of 466 yards and 519 yards rushing, Watson stamped himself as the most dangerous ballcarrier in the Southland. He's committed to California.

OL Damien Mama, St. John Bosco, 6-5, 360, Sr.

A dominant blocker for the best offensive line in the Southland, Mama was a key player for the Pac-5 Division and Open Division bowl champion.

OL Bar Milo, Chaminade, 6-6, 300, Jr.

The powerful Milo was a protector for QB Kaaya and important lead blocker for running back Donovan Lee.

OL Chris Brown, Loyola, 6-6, 290, Sr.

The top lineman in the Serra League became a top college prospect with one good performance after another. He's committed to USC.

OL Viane Talamaivao, Corona Centennial, 6-3, 310, Sr.

Opposing coaches raved about the USC commit's ability to dominate in the trenches.

OL Owen Roberts, Narbonne, 6-1, 272, Sr.

The offensive lineman of the year in the Marine League also had 19 sacks playing defense and is headed to San Jose State.

WR Matt Byer, Oak Park, 6-1, 190, Sr.

Byer set a Southern Section record with 30 touchdown receptions. He finished with 100 catches for 1,929 yards.

WR Jaleel Wadood, St. John Bosco, 5-11, 175, Sr.