2012 All-central Texas Football Team
Nine of Cleveland’s 22 TDs covered more than 50 yards.
His 129 catches in 2012 rank third in state record books.
Topped talented receiving corps with 89 catches, 16 TDs.
Top lineman in 27-4A had 114 pancake blocks, allowed 0 sacks.
Earned Texas APSE all-state second-team honors, state ring.
Fourteen FGs fell 1 short of Cody Rademacher’s school record.
Piled up 14 sacks and 29 takedowns behind line of scrimmage.
State champs got 140 tackles from senior linebacker.
All-state honoree had 97 tackles, 12 pass break-ups, six picks.
Led Raiders secondary with nine interceptions, 100 tackles.
Led District 16-5A champs with 115 tackles, four takeaways.
Newcomer caught 20 TD passes in Marble Falls’10 games.
All-state pick led Crusaders to TAPPS Division I semifinals.
Caught school-record 42 passes for 736 yards, nine TDs.
Had 12.5 sacks, 24 tackles for loss in first season with Cavs.
Terrorized opposing offenses with 17 sacks, 14 QB hurries.
Averaged 42.5 yards per punt with a long of 68 yards.
Led Eagles to state-title game with 48 TD passes, 4,094 yds.
Helped block for 4,000-yard passer and a 998-yard rusher.
Had more than 2,000 rushing yards in Hawks’Class 5A debut.
All-district honoree anchored Class 5A semifinalist’s offense.
Recorded 52 of his 163 tackles in Rouse’s five playoff games.
Had 139 tackles for defense that allowed 15.2 pts. per game.
District’s defensive MVP had 93 tackles, eight blocked kicks.
Returned two interceptions, four kickoffs and a punt for TDs.
School’s all-time leading rusher piled up 1,708 yards, 16 TDs.
Caught a touchdown pass in nine of Tigers’10 games.
1,079 yards receiving with 14 TDs; rushed for nine scores.
Led Cougars’line with 39 pancakes, no sacks allowed.
Left guard did not allow a sack in Eagles’16 games.
All-district honoree helped lead Knights to 26-4A title.
Made 11 of 13 FGs, including 50-yarder, and all 46 PATs.
Led Rebels with 114 tackles and eight sacks.
Had team-high 145 tackles for Class 5A newcomer.
Texas State-bound LB had 111 tackles, 10 for a loss.
Youngest Nash brother had seven interceptions this fall.
Four interceptions to go with four special-teams TDs.
Accounted for 31 touchdowns in 12 games this fall.
Rushed for 28 TDs in his first season with Crusaders.
Shined at WR and RB for Class 4A regional finalist.
Placed 14 punts inside 20, averaged 35.3 yards per kick.
Timberwolves’lineman earned all-district honors in 2012.
Teamed with Whitefield to anchor McCallum’s line.
Caught six TDs to complement area-high 10 interceptions.
Posted 10 sacks and recorded 73 tackles in 2012.
Army All-American Bowl honoree allowed 1 completion.
Forced four fumbles along with six sacks, five pass break-ups.
UTSA-bound linebacker had 90 tackles, forced eight fumbles.
Fueled Chaps with 92 tackles, six sacks, four forced fumbles.
Anchored secondary with seven pass break-ups, 118 tackles.
Connally linebacker Michael Egwuagu (left), trying to battle his way past LBJ lineman Phillip Hawkins, made 90 tackles this season.