2015 All-Area Football Offensive Team
Dylan Hamman, Skyline
The senior completed 169 of 287 passes and set a school record with 2,180 yards passing. Hamman threw 21 touchdown passes. He was a second team all-Conference 28 pick.
Hank Hoover, Central
The senior set a new school record with 1,854 yards on 298 carries and finished with 24 total touchdowns. Hoover was a first team all-Conference 35 and all-Bull Run District pick.
D.J. Myers, Sherando
The senior rushed 246 times for 1,571 yards and 16 touchdowns and caught 14 passes for 72 yards and a score. Myers was a second team all-Conference 21 West selection.
Cam Ford, Warren County
The junior ranked second in the area in receptions (39) and third in yards receiving (551). He caught 4 touchdowns. Ford was a first team all-Bull Run District and second team all-Conference 28 pick.
Jay Roy, Skyline
The senior led the area in receptions (47) and yards receiving (684) and caught 8 touchdowns. Roy was a first team all-Conference 28 pick and all-Region 3A East honorable mention.
Brandon Wells, Skyline
The senior ranked third in the area with 37 receptions and was fifth with 581 yards receiving. Wells hauled in six touchdown passes and averaged 14 yards per catch.
Dylan Rivers, Sherando
The junior caught 26 passes for 614 yards and 6 touchdowns and rushed for 151 yards and 9 TDs. Rivers was a first team all-Conference 21 West and all-Region 4A West pick.
Zack Atkins, Skyline
The senior center helped lead a Skyline offense that averaged 302 yards per game this past season. Atkins was a second team all-Conference 28 selection.
David Eppard, Sherando
The senior anchored a line that helped the Warriors average 328.7 yards per game. Eppard was a first team all-Conference 21 West pick and all-Region 4A West honorable mention.
Jose Guevara, Sherando
The junior helped pave the way for a Warrior offense that averaged 197.4 yards rushing per game. Guevara was a first team all-Conference 21 West selection.
Joe Pingley, Skyline
The senior was the leader of the Hawks’ offensive line this past season. Pingley was a first team all-Conference 28 selection and was an all-Region 3A East honorable mention.
Alex Sibert, Central
The junior helped pave the way for a Falcons offense that averaged 220.1 yards rushing per game. Sibert was a first team all-Conference 35 and all-Bull Run District selection.
A.J. Dueweke, Skyline
The senior was a perfect 31-for-31 in extra-point attempts and made 3 of 4 field goals with a long of 37 yards. Dueweke was a first team all-Conference 28 pick and all-Region 3A East honorable mention.
Varsey Bright, Central
The sophomore averaged 18.2 yards per kickoff return and averaged 33.6 yards per punt return. He had two punt return touchdowns and was a second team all-Bull Run District pick.
Robert Rutherford, Warren County
The senior quarterback threw for 1,565 yards and 12 touchdowns and rushed for 360 yards and 6 TDs. Rutherford was a first team all-Bull Run District and second team all-Conference 28 pick.
Heath Gilbert, Skyline
Tasked with replacing 19 seniors and three assistant coaches in his ninth year, Gilbert led the Hawks to a 6-6 record and the second playoff victory in the program’s short history.
Quarterback – Patrick Minteer, Sherando
Running back – Justin Carr, Strasburg
Running back – Brad Halsey, Skyline
Wide receiver – Jacquari Hayes, Sherado
Wide receiver – Trevin Howard, Strasburg
Wide receiver – Trisan Rau, Central
Wide receiver – Aaron Tasker, Skyline
Tight end – Brendan McMackin, Warren County
Offensive line – Quay Caison, Warren County
Offensive line – Justin Hayes, Skyline
Offensive line – Jacob Helsley, Stonewall Jackson
Offensive line – Andrew Miller, Central
Offensive line – Kyle Warren, Sherando
Kicker – Stuart Ashley, Warren County
Kick returner – Carston Shockey, Central
All-purpose – Kel Emeruwa, R-MA
All-purpose – Nathan Miller, Stonewall Jackson