QB: KELLER CHRYST, PALO ALTO

Class: Junior. Height: 6-4. Weight: 230.

One of the most touted quarterbacks from the class of 2014, Chryst threw for 2,489 yards and 28 touchdowns to lead the Vikings to the SCVAL De Anza Division championship. He was named the division's most valuable offensive player.

RB: JUSTIN EWING, CAPUCHINO

Class: Senior. Height: 6-0. Weight: 195.

The PAL Lake Division's offensive player of the year had 396 carries for 2,956 yards, both CCS records, to help lead Capuchino to the section playoffs. Ewing had all but 32 of his team's rushing attempts and ran for 33 touchdowns. The yardage record he broke had stood since 1997.

RB: ERIC REDWOOD, SERRA

Class: Senior. Height: 5-8. Weight: 175.

The first-team All-WCAL selection helped lead Serra to the CCS Open Division semifinals, rushing for 1,833 yards and 25 touchdowns in 252 carries. He ran for four TDs and a school-record 288 yards in a playoff win against Palo Alto and 227 yards against Open Division champ St. Ignatius.

RB: RYAN SEVERSON, VALLEY CHRISTIAN

Class: Senior. Height: 5-11. Weight: 195.

The WCAL's most valuable running back rushed for 1,951 yards and 32 touchdowns in only 166 carries (11.75 yards per attempt) for the CCS Division III champion. He also had 14 catches for 385 yards and five touchdowns. Overall, the San Jose State-bound player had 39 TDs.

WR: KYLE DOZIER, SARATOGA

Class: Senior. Height: 6-1. Weight: 175.

The SCVAL De Anza Division most valuable player led the CCS with 95 receptions for 1,371 yards and 14 touchdowns as Saratoga reached the section playoffs. He caught 38 passes for 472 yards against Wilcox, Palo Alto and Los Gatos.

WR: ANDREW VOLLERT, ST. IGNATIUS

Class: Senior. Height: 6-5. Weight: 212.

The WCAL's most valuable wide receiver caught 53 passes for 832 yards and 14 touchdowns to help lead St. Ignatius to its first CCS Open Division title and a berth in the NorCal Division I regional game.

OL: NICO AIMONETTI, LOS GATOS

Class: Senior. Height: 6-5. Weight: 255.

The SCVAL De Anza Division's most outstanding offensive lineman helped Los Gatos advance to the CCS Division II final, anchoring a line that blocked for an offense that gained 2,570 yards on the ground and 1,704 yards passing. He has orally committed to San Jose State.

OL: DERICK AMES, OAK GROVE

Class: Senior. Height: 6-5. Weight: 262.

The BVAL Mount Hamilton Division offensive lineman of the year, Ames, a co-captain, was a key contributor to the success of an Oak Grove offense that averaged 339 yards rushing per game.

OL: SPENCER DRAZOVICH, PALO ALTO

Class: Senior. Height: 6-1. Weight: 258.

The SCVAL De Anza Division's most valuable lineman helped lead the Vikings to a division title, blocking for an offense that generated 2,489 yards through the air and 2,080 yards on the ground.

OL: DOMINIC LUCA, BELLARMINE COLLEGE PREP

Class: Senior. Height: 6-1. Weight: 220.

The WCAL most valuable offensive lineman, Luca was a three-year starter and the leader of an undersized but effective line that made Bellarmine's double-wing offense difficult to slow down.

OL: NATE VELICHKO, THE KING'S ACADEMY

Class: Senior. Height: 6-6. Weight: 285.

The PAL Ocean Division's offensive lineman of the year was a bright spot on a team that struggled much of the season. Velichko has orally committed to play at San Jose State.

UTILITY: JOEY SANFILIPPO, BELLARMINE COLLEGE PREP

Class: Senior. Height: 5-10. Weight: 170.

Sanfilippo, the WCAL most valuable utility player, scored 14 TDs -- seven rushing, five receiving, one on a kickoff return and one on a punt return. He rushed for 656 yards and caught 21 passes for 396 yards as the Bells went undefeated in league play and advanced to the CCS Open Division championship game.

KICKER: JESUS GONZALEZ, MILPITAS

Class: Junior. Height: 5-8. Weight: 180.

Gonzalez led the CCS in kick scoring with 77 points on 50 PATs and nine field goals. He had three field goals against Saratoga and two in the CCS Division I semifinals against Sequoia, including a 49-yarder. He also had 19 touchbacks on kickoffs.

--DARREN SABEDRA AND GLENN REEVES