Here are Scorebook Live California’s All-Ventura County high school football teams for the 2019 season.
The teams — first team, second team, third team and honorable mentions — were compiled by Scorebook Live reporters Connor Morrissette and Lance Smith.
Ventura County had a lot of standout two-way players this past season. Both players we awarded MVP were player of the year candidates on both sides of the ball, and multiple other players were given awards on both sides of the ball or mentioned as all-purpose players.
ALL-VENTURA COUNTY FOOTBALL TEAMS
Co-MVP: RB/LB Josh Henderson – Grace Brethren – SR.
Co-MVP of the Camino League, Henderson is a 3-star Colorado State-commit as a MLB in addition to being one of the top running backs in California.
He ran for 1,424 yards and 29 touchdowns for the Division 3 finalist Lancers on offense, and recorded 115 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, five sacks, and 21 QB-hurries on defense. Grace Brethren won a state championship during Henderson’s tenure as a Lancer, and made it to the Division 3 championship this season as well.
Co-MVP: RB/DB Malik Sherrod – Pacifica Oxnard – SR.
Future Fresno State Bulldog Malik Sherrod was dominant in all three parts of the game and embodied the “ATH” prototype. He was the Pacific View League Back of the Year, and the numbers show that he had one of the best three-phase seasons in Oxnard football history.
He ran for 1,754 yards and 24 touchdowns on 9.3 yards per carry and registered 239 receiving yards and seven receiving touchdowns as a running back. He totaled 224 yards and a touchdowns as a kick returner on special teams. And as a defensive back, he intercepted eight touchdowns for 187 yards, defensed ten passes, recovered a fumble, forced a fumble, and made 75 tackles. His total yardage contributed added up to well over 2,400 for the 15-1 state champion Tritons.
Offensive Player of the Year: RB Xavier Harris – Oxnard – SR.
The Pacific View League Player of the Year racked up over 1,600 rushing yards and at least 24 rushing touchdowns for the second year in a row. Harris is a 3-star prospect and is committed to Montana. Add in some work catching the ball and taking kick returns, and he finished with 26 touchdowns on the year and over 2,000 total yards.
Defensive Player of the Year: LB Caleb McCullough – Pacifica – SR.
In 2018 as a junior, McCullough racked up 211 tackles. As a senior, he managed to top himself again considerably.
His 234 tackles were second in the country, only one tackle behind the top spot. He also had career highs with 19 tackles for loss and 20 quarterback hurries. McCullough also recorded four sacks, an interception, five passes defensed, two forced fumbles, and a fumble recovery during his All-American-caliber state championship campaign. The 3-star MLB is committed to Arizona State.
Lineman of the Year: Jonah Monheim – Moorpark – SR.
The 4-star G has upwards of 30 college offers and completed another season as one of SoCal’s top offensive linemen. The Camino League co-Offensive Lineman of the Year has a serious chance to make an immediate impact next season at USC.
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE:
QB: Marco Siderman – Westlake – SR.
Just how productive was 3-star Holy Cross-commit Marco Siderman despite Westlake’s injury issues during his senior campaign? He was 14th in California in passing yardage with 3,502. Only one other player in the state cracked 3,500 in fewer than 13 games, and he did it in 11. Siderman’s 318.4 passing yards per game was 28th in the country as well.
And he ran for 11 touchdowns and over 300 yards to top it off, putting him at 38 total touchdowns.
RB: Jesse Valenzuela – Camarillo – SR.
The Camino League co-MVP ran over 1,000 yards every year of his high school career and still got better every year. His senior year was his best by every relevant metric: 1,529 rushing yards, 25 rushing touchdowns, 9.1 yards per carry, 308 receiving yards, and three receiving touchdowns. He also had a touchdown and 145 yards as a kick returner. Valenzuela is exceedingly quick and excels at evading tackles no matter when, where, or how he gets the ball.
In fact, Valenzuela became a standout defensive back as a senior as well, registering 42 tackles, a sack, an interception, and eight pass defensed.
RB: Julien Stokes – Grace Brethren – JR.
Speaking of blazing fast and versatile running backs, Stokes ran for 1,377 yards and 18 touchdowns in only 11 games on a massive 11 yards per carry. He also added 253 receiving yards and three receiving touchdowns, plus 138 yards as a KR. Additionally, Stokes became a standout defensive back, completing 62 tackles.
Per 247, Stokes has no D-1 offers yet, but has received interest from numerous Pac-12 powers. He is a strong bet to become one of the most highly-recruited seniors on the market in SoCal before the end of next season.
WR: Nate Bennett – Grace Brethren – SR.
Grace Brethren ran the ball way more often than not, but when they passed, it was usually to Bennett. And he just about always caught it if it went up, snagging 1,180 of the Lancers’ 2,031 receiving yards and 12 of their 18 receiving touchdowns as well. He recently commit to Portland State over at least five other D-1 schools.
WR: Carson Kuhl – Westlake – SR.
Siderman’s top target at Westlake, Kuhl caught for 1,170 yards in just 11 games for the Warriors. He routinely went off against some of the better defenses in SoCal even in multiple-coverage.
TE: Declan Handwerker – St. Bonaventure – JR.
A wide receiver who converted to tight end, Handwerker received 1st Team All-Marmonte League honors as a junior. When he wasn’t blocking, he was catching for over 400 yards in only eight games. Next season he is likely to contend for status as best tight end in the Southern Section.
OL: Jay Toia – Grace Brethren – JR.
Toia was awarded co-Offensive Lineman of the Year in the Camino League. The 6-1, 300-pound 4-star prospect is committed to USC along with the player he shared league honors with in Jonah Monheim, and will have a strong chance of starting as a freshman come 2021.
OL: Matthew Cortez – Oxnard – JR.
Cortez won the Pacific View League Offensive Lineman of the Year as a junior for his work at left guard.
OL: Leighton Bateman – Camarillo – SR.
Bateman was named to the First Team All-Camino League for his efforts on one of the best O-lines in the county, and is committed to Azusa Pacific University.
OL: Fau Taivai – Grace Brethren – SR.
Taivai was another key member of Grace’s dominant offensive line. His lateral quickness for a 6-3, 350-pounder makes him very difficult to match up with.
OL: Victor Benitez – Oaks Christian – SR.
Benitez was awarded the Marmonte League’s top offensive lineman after another huge year for Oaks Christian. The 3-star OL signed with the Air Force in December.
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE:
DL: Soane Toia – Grace Brethren – SR.
Toia was named the Camino League Defensive Lineman of the Year for his 43 tackles, 18 TFLs, 9.5 sacks, and a ridiculous 65 QB-hurries. For someone who’s 6-1, 285, Toia’s quickness is alarming. As a result, he can play anywhere on the defensive line and, when asked, offensive line. The 3-star DT was also a standout fullback and has multiple D-1 offers.
DL: Devin Aupiu – Pacifica Oxnard – JR.
One of the anchors on Pacifica’s formidable front seven, Aupiu is a linebacker by trade who has also played a lot of defensive end for the Tritons and won the Pacific View League Defensive Lineman of the Year.
The 3-star prospect finished with 62 tackles, 21 TFL, 22 QB-hurries, and a team-high 11 sacks, plus a state title. He currently holds offers from at least six Power-5 schools including USC and Arizona State.
DL: Victory Vaka – Westlake – JR.
The 4-star recruit was First Team All-Marmonte League and currently has at least 15 college offers. Next year he will be widely considered one of the top defensive linemen in SoCal to start the season.
DL: Luka Sarac – Oak Park – SR.
The UC Davis-commit racked up quite a stat line as a senior for the 11-1 Eagles: 104 tackles, 35 TFLs, and 20 sacks. He was the Canyon League’s Defensive Lineman of the Year.
LB: Kian Betancourt – St. Bonaventure – SR.
A large part of St. Bonaventure’s identity last season was an athletic front seven that swarmed the ball quickly and executed very well. Betancourt, one of the best unsigned senior linebackers in the Southern Section, was at the epicenter of it. The Marmonte League Linebacker of the Year recorded 107 tackles, 11 of which were for loss.
LB: Isac Garcia – Grace Brethren – JR.
Last season Garcia recorded 91 tackles, 11 TFLs, four sacks, nine quarterback hurries, two picks, three pass defenses and a fumble recovery. He was awarded the Camino League co-Linebacker of the Year and will have a great chance to take another leap next season for a Lancers squad that will lose some key seniors but still have plenty of talent.
LB: Tytus Hutchison – Oxnard – JR.
One of the Southern Section’s most underrated defensive players, Hutchison made 96 tackles last season for Pacific View League champion Oxnard. He was awarded the league’s Linebacker of the Year honors.
DB: Nate Bennett – Grace Brethren – SR.
In addition to committing to Portland State as a wide receiver, Nate Bennett was one of the best safeties in the Southern Section full-time last season. He recorded 108 tackles, four interceptions, and four passes defensed last year, cementing him as one of SoCal’s premier two-way players.
DB: Grady Liddell – Camarillo – SR.
Liddell was a star at strong safety last season in addition to strong contributions at wide receiver and special teams. He racked up 65 tackles, ten TFLs, eight interceptions, six passes defensed, a forced fumble, two blocked field goals, and a blocked punt defensively in addition to over 400 receiving yards. He has at least five offers and was recently offered by UCLA.
DB: Jake Palmer – Nordhoff – JR.
Yet another star two-way and/or three-phase player from Ventura County, Palmer held it down at defensive back with a whopping 11 interceptions (tying a county record) to go with seven passes defensed and a fumble recovery. He also caught for over 500 receiving yards and had a good year at kicker.
DB: Nohl Williams – Pacifica Oxnard – SR.
Williams is another a dominant defender on this list who also contributed at wide receiver and punt returner.
A lot of the best cornerbacks in football don’t put up numbers because their main job is to lock down receivers. However, not only did Williams allow almost no receptions all year, but the Pacific View League Defensive Back of the Year also was good for 75 tackles, seven interceptions, and 15 passes defensed in 2019. He recently committed to UNLV over at least seven other schools.
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE:
QB: Jaden Jones – Oxnard – JR.
Jones had strong production on an excellent team last season with 1,945 passing yards, 22 passing touchdowns, 348 rushing yards, and six rushing touchdowns.
But his efficiency on the year was off the charts–71.2% completion and only two interceptions, good for a passer rating of 147.6. To top it off, he never fumbled once, despite the frequency with which he left the pocket. It is not hyperbolic to say that those numbers put the Pacific View League Offensive MVP easily into the 99th-percentile for efficiency for a QB. He recently got his first D-1 offer from Montana, and might just be getting started.
RB: Elijah Leiva – Simi Valley – SR.
The Canyon League co-Offensive Back of the Year had one of the best stat lines in SoCal with 1,778 rushing yards, 19 rushing touchdowns, and a lofty 10.6 yards per carry. He came up clutch countless times in the Pioneers’ exciting run to the Division 10 championship game.
RB: Korey Stevens – Nordhoff – SR.
The Offensive MVP of the Citrus Coast League had a monster year with 1,509 yards and 13 touchdowns on the ground plus over 300 receiving yards and 331 combined yards as a KR/PR. He was even a standout as a punter.
SB: Michael Johnson III – Pacifica Oxnard – SR.
Another extremely versatile key member of Pacifica’s state title squad, Johnson III did pretty much everything.
On offense he can shine at running back, slotback, or wide-out, and finished with 812 rushing yards and 653 receiving yard, with eight touchdowns coming each way. He also had some excellent spot minutes at defensive back, and was one of the best punt returners out there with two PR touchdowns and 242 yards.
WR: Alex Jones – Oak Park – JR.
The Canyon League co-Receiver of the Year went for 1,242 receiving yards and 15 receiving touchdowns. He is already drawing significant D-1 interest as a junior.
TE: Charlie Newman – Oaks Christian – SR.
The 3-star tight end has five D-1 offers and was one of SoCal’s best blocking TEs. He caught for 98 yards and three touchdowns in ten games.
OL: Julio Rey – Pacifica Oxnard – SR.
The top blocker on the Tritons’ fearsome O-line, Rey was First Team All-Pacific View League. Next year he’ll be lacing ’em up for Ventura College.
OL: Omar Mejia – Westlake – SR.
Mejia was a captain and the top O-lineman for the Warriors as a senior. He was given First Team All-Marmonte League honors for his efforts.
OL: Kekoa Pele-Allen – Oaks Christian – JR.
Pele-Allen was First Team All-Marmonte League again as a junior. He already has an offer from Cal Poly and projects to receive a few more before he’s done.
OL: Gabe Colon – St. Bonaventure – SR.
Yet another First Team All-Marmonte League trench-man, Colon was the top blocker for the Seraphs.
OL: Malachi Ae – Royal – SR.
Ae was named the Canyon League Offensive Lineman of the Year.
SECOND TEAM DEFENSE:
DL: Jay Toia – Grace Brethren – JR.
Another Grace Brethren player to receive honors at multiple positions, Toia recorded 43 tackles, eight TFLs, six sacks and a huge 43 QB-hurries at DL while still saving enough energy to dominate on the offensive line. He was already one of the better two-way lineman in the country this year, and there’s a legitimate chance that he plays some of both–or a lot of both–at USC down the road.
DL: Nick Jimenez – Fillmore – JR.
The Citrus Coast League Defensive MVP led the Flashes in tackles (45), TFLs (20), and sacks (12).
DL: J.D. Henderson – Grace Brethren – JR.
If it’s starting to seem ridiculous how stacked Grace Brethren was throughout the trenches, it’s because they were.
Henderson was another star of theirs who will return next year, and made First Team All-Camino League last season with 66 tackles, 16 TFLs, and a team-high 9.5 sacks (tied) in only 11 games. He was also second on the team with 62 QB-hurries. Another strong showing like that and he seems like a lock to reel in the D-1 offers before the end of high school.
DL: Jacob Murillo – Oxnard – SR.
Murillo was a First Team All Pacific-View League honoree and a key member of Oxnard’s strong front seven. He recorded 55 tackles, five TFLs, four sacks, and led the team in QB-hurries. He also caused a fumble and recovered two. Murillo has been offered but currently remains unsigned.
LB: Ryan Lythgoe – Camarillo – SR.
The Camino League co-Linebacker of the Year finished with 80 tackles, nine of which came for loss.
LB: Tony Lopez – Oxnard – JR.
Lopez was given First Team All-Pacific View League honors after leading the Yellowjackets with 118 tackles and five sacks (tied). Next year he is likely to continue to emerge as one of the very top players of any position in the county.
LB: Dylan Natcher – Oak Park – SR.
An outstanding edge rusher for a linebacker, Natcher put up insane numbers for 11-1 Oak Park relatively quietly. He finished with 141 tackles to lead the team in addition to 29 TFLs, five sacks, and two forced fumbles.
DB: Fa’amaini “Pup” Aina – Pacifica Oxnard – SR.
When was the last time you heard of a defensive back registering 149 tackles, nine TFLs, two sacks, and 11 QB-hurries in a season? Aina also caused two fumbles and was awarded First Team All-PVL honors.
DB: Kaylin Moore – Oaks Christian – JR.
Moore went for 50 tackles and two interceptions, and 16 passes defensed last year, and was generally one of the most unshakable corners in the Southern Section. He currently has at least two D-1 offers and 3-star status, but could break out even further next season if the rest of Oaks Christian’s defense can avoid the injury bug next year. He also caught for over 400 yards and could potentially play more wide receiver in the future.
DB: Dylan Flowers – Westlake – SR.
The Marmonte League co-Defensive Back of the Year was another blanketing force at corner, holding his assignments in check and adding an interception, nine passes defensed, and 43 tackles.
DB: Payton Gourley – Grace Brethren – SR.
Gourley had a monstrous defensive campaign protecting the backfield with the numbers to show for it. He recorded 73 tackles, four interceptions, and seven passes defensed in 12 games.
THIRD TEAM OFFENSE:
QB: Ben Gulbranson – Newbury Park – SR.
In ten games, Ben Gulbranson racked up 2,814 passing yards and 29 passing touchdowns to go along with 248 rushing yards and six rushing yards. He was so good that he was named the Marmonte League Offensive Back of the Year despite Newbury Park getting blown out in every league game except for one narrow loss. Next year we will see what the 3-star prospect can do at Oregon State.
RB: Adrian Soracco – Bishop Diego – SR.
A First Team All-Camino League member, Soracco ran for 1,114 yards and eight touchdowns in 11 games for the Cardinals. Those are strong numbers, but to achieve them on a team that struggled badly throwing the ball with their strength of schedule is extremely impressive.
RB: Gabriel Landless – Royal – SR.
With over 1,000 rushing yards on the season despite being keyed in on by every opposing defense, Landless was named the co-Running Back of the Year in the Canyon League.
WR: Tyson Lundring – Newbury Park – SR.
One of the Southern Section’s more underrated skill players, Lundring caught for 1,164 yards and 12 touchdowns. He always upped his performance in the biggest games and was given First Team All-Marmonte League honors. Lundring has received multiple college offers but is currently still unsigned.
WR: Cooper Wallace – Westlake – SO.
Wallace made First Team All-Marmonte League and went off on a lot of elite defensive backs as just a sophomore. He finished with 844 receiving yards in 11 games.
TE: Cody Hoffman – Channel Islands – SO.
Racking up 593 receiving yards and six receiving touchdowns in six games as a tight end is a somewhat rare feat. For a sophomore to do it on a team with passing issues that was largely devoid of other offensive threats was outstanding. Hoffman has to be considered one of the top tight end prospects in the Southern Section going forward. He was awarded with First Team All-Pacific View League honors.
OL/FB: Carson Cook – Grace Brethren – JR.
One of multiple third team OLs who could just as easily be on second team, Cook spends about half his time at center and half at fullback, and was one of the keys to Grace Brethren’s dominant run-blocking system. The First Team All-Camino League recipient has even played some tight end as well, and will enter next season as one of Ventura County’s top blockers.
OL: Nick Sloan – Thousand Oaks – JR.
Sloan was first team all-league and stood out quite a bit even on a Thousand Oaks offense that struggled. Next year with all their young talent, the Lancers could be a big surprise team with Sloan as a star.
OL: Mike Trejo – Nordhoff – SR.
Trejo was a Nordhoff captain and the MVP Lineman of the Citrus Coast League as a senior.
OL: Jacob Herrera – Oxnard – SR.
Herrera was First Team All-Pacific League and one of the best players on one of the best O-lines in the county.
OL: Spencer Davis – Camarillo – SR.
Davis was First Team All-Camino League and held it down at left tackle for the Scorpions.
THIRD TEAM DEFENSE:
DL: Ty Ely – Oaks Christian – SR.
Ely was First Team All-Marmonte League and one of the major focuses of every opposing O-line as a senior. He also blocked two field goals as a contributor on special teams.
DL: Brayden Winchester – St. Bonaventure – SR.
Despite the fact that offensive lines were heavily keyed in on him, Winchester totaled 59 tackles, four sacks, and five QB-hurries in ten games. He was named to the First Team All-Marmonte League.
DL: Tyler Coert – Fillmore – SR.
Coert racked up 11 tackles for loss and eight sacks in only nine games for Fillmore. He was First Team All-Citrus Coast League.
DL: Quentin Pooler – Pacifica Oxnard – SR.
Yet another outstanding two-way Triton, Pooler played both defensive end and outside linebacker on defense and was a big contributor at runing back too. He finished with 55 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, nine sacks, and nine QB-hurries. That was in addition to 824 rushing yards and nine rushing touchdowns.
LB: Dylan Devito – Oaks Christian – SR.
In only nine games, Devito led the Lions in tackles with 102 and QB-hurries with 5. The First Team All-Marmonte League member is committed to Arizona State.
LB: Cooper Robertson – Grace Brethren – JR.
One of Grace Brethren’s most underrated defensive juggernauts was Robertson, their leading tackler and a First Team All-Camino League member. He completed 119 tackles and six TFLs, and also recorded 19 QB-hurries. As great as he was this season, next year he is a strong candidate to break out even further.
LB: JimE Deyoung – Simi Valley – SR.
Deyoung piled up a whopping 167 tackles as a senior, along with 12 TFLs and three interceptions. He most recently got an offer from Western Colorado University.
DB: Cooper Ahlers – Oak Park – SR.
The Canyon League Defensive Back of the Year didn’t put up big numbers, but he was one of the county’s best and most consistent cornerbacks.
DB: Jake Theroux – Simi Valley – SR.
The centerpiece of Simi Valley’s excellent defensive backfield, Theroux totaled 50 tackles, seven interceptions, and six passes defensed as a senior. He was First Team All-Camino League.
DB: Gabe Gambala – Rio Mesa – SR.
As a free safety, Gambala totaled 61 tackles, four interceptions, and five passes defensed in only nine games for Rio Mesa. With 557 receiving yards and 194 rushing yards as well, he would’ve been an All-Purpose honoree had he not made Third Team as a DB.
DB: Kaden Monson – Nordhoff – JR.
The last statement is true for Monson too. He totaled 45 tackles and five picks at safety in addition to 687 receiving yards and nine receiving touchdowns.
ALL-PURPOSE & SPECIAL TEAMS:
K: Scooter Carranza – Pacifica Oxnard – SR.
Pacifica was so stacked that they even had an elite kicker. Carranza went 92 for 93 on PATs and 13 of 17 on field goals.
How many other players hit 92 PATs this season? Six. How many of them also only missed one or fewer attempts? Two. He was in rare air as a kicker on a team that very rarely ever had to settle for a field goal.
P: Brendon Segovia – Oaks Christian – JR.
Segovia was both a standout punter and kicker for Oaks Christian as a junior.
Brad Bichard – Pacifica Oxnard – SR.
If you want to talk about all-purpose players, Bichard had a season for the books. It might not be possible to find any other players who registered over 200 tackles (over 100 solo) and ten sacks, led their team with 23 tackles for loss, ran for 262 yards and nine touchdowns at fullback, and threw over 10 passes with a QB-rating of 139.2–all in one season. Has that ever happened?
Zack Rodriguez – Ventura – SR.
Rodriguez was an all-purpose/special teams stud with about as diverse a stat line as you’ll see: 360 rushing yards, five rushing touchdowns, 631 receiving yards, six receiving touchdowns, 281 KR yards, 208 PR yards, 29 tackles at RB and 1,133 yards as a punter with seven punts within 20. It’s yet to be seen if there’s anything he can’t do on a football field.
Michael Holcomb – Oak Park – SR.
Holcomb is a perfect example of why All-Purpose honors exist in football awards. He did everything and anything his team needed and won Canyon League co-MVP without putting up eye-popping numbers in any one department, going for just over 500 receiving yards and 12 receiving touchdowns as a WR, over 200 yards as a KR, and 54 tackles at LB/SS.
Aaron Fontes – Oxnard – SR.
The 3-star Montana-commit did multiple things at a high level for Oxnard while also playing the decoy role. Not only was Fontes the PVL Wide Receiver of the Year with 651 receiving yards, ten receiving touchdowns, 139 rushing yards, and six rushing touchdowns, but he also totaled 267 yards and a touchdown as a returner.
Ethan Calvert – Oaks Christian – JR.
One of the most intriguing ATH prospects in the Southern Section in the C/O 2021, Calvert is a 4-star prospect with 15 offers. He’s 6-4, 230, and very athletic.
This past season he contributed 350 receiving yards and five receiving touchdowns on an Oaks Christian squad whose offense was significantly subdued because of injuries. He also made First Team All-Marmonte League as a linebacker with 69 tackles. With his physical attributes, he could can play almost anything on the field, especially on defense, and could potentially become a full-time star tight end with Charlie Newman gone.
Braden Hutten – Newbury Park – SR.
Hutten was given a First Team All-Marmonte League award as a defensive back. He have him as an all-purpose & special teams honoree for his strong work as a wide receiver (576 receiving yards and nine receiving touchdowns) and outstanding work as a kick returner (465 yards) in addition to his standout job at strong safety.
Kyrie Wilson – Pacifica Oxnard – SR.
There was one more Pacifica star deserving of an all-purpose honor, and it was Cal Poly-commit Kyrie Wilson. He caught for 755 yards and nine touchdowns as a nationally-ranked receiver, and also totaled 54 tackles, three picks, and 17 passes defensed in the defensive backfield.
QB: James McNamara – Camarillo – SR.
QB: Gavin Beerup – St. Bonaventure – SR.
QB: Gianni Smith – Oak Park – SR.
QB: Travis Throckmorton – Simi Valley – SR.
QB: Mikey Zele – Grace Brethren – JR.
QB: RJ Maria – Pacifica Oxnard – SR.
QB: Jameson Wang – Oaks Christian – SR.
RB: James Arellanes – St. Bonaventure – SO.
RB: Dane Capler – Ventura – SR.
RB: Ranell White – Simi Valley – SR.
RB: Matt Mori – Oak Park – SR.
RB: Cristian Marceleno – Santa Paula – SR.
RB: Bruce Mathis – Buena – SR.
WR: Carter Alexander – Camarillo – SR.
WR: Brady Sparks – Thousand Oaks – JR.
WR: Malik Hunt – Simi Valley – JR.
WR: Ty Shamblin – Oaks Christian – SR.
WR: Victor Duran – Santa Paula – SR.
WR: Jaseem Reed – Westlake – JR.
OL: Danny Valenzuela – Grace Brethren – SR.
OL: Mario Nitrini – Simi Valley – SR.
OL: Kyle Lavallee – Royal – SR.
OL: Connel Ferguson – Fillmore – SR.
OL: Vika Aina – Pacifica Oxnard – JR.
OL: Jackson Bateman – Camarillo – SR.
OL: Sam Watson – Camarillo – SR.
OL: Joe Taase – Grace Brethren – SR.
OL/DL: Julian Bernal – Rio Mesa – SR.
DL: DJ Diaz – Camarillo – SR.
DL: Joseph Young – St. Bonaventure – SR.
DL: Damian Hartz – Simi Valley – SR.
DL: Michael Molidor – Simi Valley – SR.
LB: Jamie Schatmeier – Camarillo – SO.
LB: Boogie Franco – Oxnard – JR.
LB: Dez Diles – Grace Brethren – JR.
LB: Ethan Feciuch – Rio Mesa – SR.
LB: Daniel Rafeedie – Oak Park – SR.
LB: Griffin Devarenne – Oak Park – SR.
LB: Willie Dillon – Pacifica Oxnard – SR.
LB: Gary Johnson III – Westlake – JR.
LB: Malikhi Janiak – Moorpark – SR.
LB: Zac Sheets – Nordhoff – SO.
LB: Skyler Johnson – Channel Islands – SR.
LB: Nick Lanski – Ventura – SR.
LB: Mister Williams – Oaks Christian – SR.
DB: Carlos Barboza – Oxnard – JR.
DB: Liam McGee – Ventura – SR.
DB: Marcus Chan – Bishop Diego – SO.
DB: Isaiah Moon – Pacifica Oxnard – SR.
DB: Christian Middleton – Newbury Park – JR.
DB: Luke Stuart – Grace Brethren – JR.
DB: Mason Prouty – Simi Valley – SR.
DB: Kekona Tinajero – Rio Mesa – JR.
DB: R.J. Aranda – Oxnard – SR.
DB: Jarrell Samuel – Oxnard – SR.
DB: Grant Ennis – Oxnard – JR.
ATH: Fletcher Gravel – Camarillo – JR.
ATH: Tanielu Lemalu – Oxnard – JR.
ATH: Matthew Bribiesca – Bishop Diego – SR.
ATH: Taj Flaaten – Camarillo – JR.
ATH: George Bowers IV – Grace Brethren – SR.
ATH: Michael Ostrow – Thousand Oaks – JR.
ATH: Christian Mancuso – Moorpark – SR.
ATH: Bryce Nuñez – Fillmore – SR.
ATH: Jadon Cline – Ventura – SR.