All-South Jersey football offense: 1st, 2nd and 3rd teams

St. Joseph senior Qwahsin Townsel and sophomore Jada Byers are first-team All-South Jersey selections.

First team

QB: Devin Leary 6-2 185 Sr. Timber Creek. The North Carolina State recruit finished his career with 9,672 passing yards and 105 passing touchdowns, both state records.

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Timber Creek quarterback Devin Leary threw for 31 TD this season.

RB: Qwahsin Townsel 6-0 200 Sr. St. Joseph. South Jersey’s Offensive Player of the Year ran for 1,608 yards and scored 31 touchdowns for the NP 2 state champions.

RB: Aidan Borguet 5-9 185 Jr. Delsea. He set a school record with 2,208 rushing yards and 29 TDs for the S.J. 3 champions.

RB: JoJo Kellum 5-9 180 Sr. Lenape. He ran for 1,642 yards and 29 TDs for the S.J. 5 champions.

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JoJo Kellum led Lenape to the S.J. 5 title.

OL: Wisdom Quarshie 6-3 290 Jr. St. Joseph. His blocking was a key to the Wildcats’ powerful ground game.

OL: Tommy Maxwell 6-0 200 Sr. Delsea. He made every line call and was a potent blocker for the champion Crusaders.

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Center Tommy Maxwell helped Delsea to the S.J. 3 title.

OL: Noah Sansalone 6-4 275 Sr. Vineland. The Bucknell recruit was a top tackle for the 8-2 Clan.

OL: Dimitris Pali 6-1 255 Sr. Holy Spirit. He was a burly two-way star along the line for the 8-3 Spartans.

OL: Kyle Sapp 6-1 220 Sr. Rancocas Valley. He also was a top linebacker for the 10-2 Red Devils, who reached the S.J. 5 title game.

WR: David Green III 6-3 190 Sr. Willingboro. He caught 44 passes for 742 yards and 13 TDs for the 7-3 Chimeras.

WR: Tyreke Brown 6-1 220 Jr. Penns Grove. He had 42 catches for 1,042 yards and 15 TDs for the 10-2 Red Devils, who reached the S.J. 1 title game.

AP: Jada Byers 5-8 160 Soph. St. Joseph. He returned four punts for TDs, ran for 21 other scores, and finished with 1,572 rushing yards.

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Sophomore Jada Byers returned four punts for TDs for St. Joseph.

K: Larry Holdcraft 5-10 160 Sr. Delsea. He was 47 for 50 in PATs and specialized in deep kickoffs for the S.J. 3 champions.

Second team

QB Josh Zamot 5-11 190 Sr. Holy Spirit

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Josh Zamot led Holy Spirit to an 8-3 record and wins over Delsea, Camden Catholic and St. Augustine.

RB Jimmy Browne 5-9 175 Sr. Burlington City

RB Nahzir Russell 5-9 170 Jr. Pennsauken

RB Elijah Gray 5-9 165 Soph. Holy Spirit

OL Robert Glocker 6-3 275 Jr. Paulsboro

OL Derryk Sellers 6-3 280 Sr. Timber Creek

OL Jared Davenport 6-2 235 Sr. Lenape

OL Brian Beck 6-3 300 Sr. Holy Cross

OL Lamar Price 6-2 240 Sr. Sterling

WR Stanley King 6-5 180 Jr. Woodrow Wilson

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Junior Stanley King caught 10 TD passes for Woodrow Wilson.

WR Isaiah Shaw 5-9 165 Jr. Winslow Twp.

AP Kenny Lim 6-0 180 Jr. West Deptford

K Zach Sterr 6-3 210 Sr. Absegami

Third team

QB Nick Kargman 6-4 180 Jr. Woodrow Wilson

RB Jerome Gibson 5-9 175 Sr. Timber Creek

RB Nayjere Edwards 5-9 165 Sr. Camden

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Senior Nayjere Edwards led Camden to an 8-2 record.

RB Rashad Raymond 5-10 175 Jr. Cinnaminson

OL Alex Desire 6-5 290 Sr. Burlington Twp.

OL Will Murray 6-1 230 Sr. Haddonfield

OL Dom Brunozzi 6-2 315 Sr. Buena

OL Andrew Klitchko 6-2 230 Sr. Bishop Eustace

OL Brad Lomax 6-0 230 Jr. St. Joseph

WR Daevon Robinson 6-4 210 Sr. Shawnee

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Senior Daevon Robinson helped Shawnee to the S.J. 4 title.

WR Kevin Zehner 6-1 180 Sr. Kingsway

AP Prince-dru Bey 6-0 170 Jr. Winslow Twp.

K Ethan McCarren 5-9 170 Sr. Cherokee