LB — Quentin Douglass, Caston
The 6-foot, 170-pound senior was named to the Senior Class A All-State team as a linebacker.
On defense he had a team-high 78 tackles which included 42 solo tackles and 36 assists. He added eight tackles for a loss, two interceptions and a fumble recovery.
He was also the Comets’ starting quarterback. He led them in rushing with 722 yards and eight touchdowns. He was 66-of-171 passing (38.6 percent) for 876 yards with nine touchdowns and nine interceptions.
“Quentin is just a great all-around athlete and kid,” Ulerick said. “You couldn’t ask for a better kid or a better student of the game. He works hard no matter what sport. He works hard and gets better and makes everyone around him better.”
LB — Tyler Hanna, Pioneer
The 5-8, 160-pound senior had a team-high 56.5 tackles which included 38 solo tackles, 37 assists, 6.5 tackles for a loss and a sack.
“He was a cornerback that we moved to linebacker the second week of the season and he ended up leading us in tackles and was second in the conference,” Johnson said. “He was a really good linebacker. He weighed under 150 but played very, very fast.”
Hanna added 455 yards rushing and six touchdowns with an average of 8.6 yards per carry at running back.
LB — Keegan Kasten, Winamac
Kasten, 6-foot, 213-pound senior, had 58 tackles, 53 assist, six tackles for a loss, four sacks, four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and a safety for the Warriors.
On offense at running back he had 299 yards rushing, 6 TDs and averaged 7.9 yards per carry. He added 10 catches for 175 yards and 4 TDs.
“Keegan was our glue guy this year,” Roth said. “He was one of our captains and out of the four of them he was the godfather of the team. He took care of the younger guys and instilled in them what was instilled in him as a freshman.