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Lineman: Sharrif Floyd, Washington.

Quarterback: Aaron Wilmer, Washington.


Linemen: Kwame Bell, Roxborough.

Receivers: *-James Fowler, Washington; Omar Black, Lincoln.

Quarterback: Malik Stokes, Northeast.

Running backs: Akmed Greene, Roxborough; Marquis White, Franklin.

Multipurpose: Shaquille Gaskins, Southern; Tariq "Pop Tart" Gordon, Univ. City.


Lineman: Sean Allen, Southern.


Offense: #-Joe Clayborne, Washington, Rec.; Joe McCausland, Lincoln, QB; Michael Adens, Univ. City, QB; DeVonne Boler, Central, QB; Sharif Smith, Furness, RB; Markeese Walker, Del-Val, RB; David McCants, Overbrook, MP; Khalil Hobson, Future, MP.

Defense: Taron Mills, Frankford, LB; Andrew Auer, LB; Victor Pastore, Furness, LB.

*-now a lineman; #-recovering from knee injury.

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