2012 ALL BCP

Player of the Year: WILL WORTH, NEWSOME 2013 QB/LB

At some point along the way, the love for the pure football player has been lost. College coaches and fans constantly are infatuated over the pretty college prospect. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the potential stud prospect, but the diligent no-nonsense football player is what the game is built on. Will Worth has been refreshing to the Tampa Bay football culture. The player who does whatever the team needs and never begs for attention. So how did Worth win Player of the Year?

Try this on for size: Will Worth passed for 1051 yards and 11 TDs this past season while also rushing for 1537 yards and 19 TDs. He had 7 games over 100 yards passing and 8 games over 100 yards rushing. Worth commanded his team to 7 straight wins before being eliminated in the 3rd round of the 7A state playoffs. He also made the most impact in Newsome’s biggest games (RD1 playoffs vs. Gaither -15 carries for 181 yards, RD 2 vs. Durant – 19 carries for 101 yards and RD 3 vs. Osceola -20 carries for 116 yards)

Hold on, he’s not done yet. When is the last time you saw the starting QB double as the starting middle linebacker? Will Worth did. He not only started, but was the heart of the Wolf pack defense. 64 solo tackles, 104 total and four forced fumbles. Against Jefferson he had 11 tackles, 10 tackles against Chamberlain and 8 tackles in the playoff game vs. Durant.

Last post season, Worth was a 1st team ALL BCP Utility player. This year he is unquestionably the Player of the Year.

Offensive Player of the Year: PETE DINOVO, EAST LAKE 2013 QB

Last season, Pete Dinovo was selected as a 2nd Team All BCP QB selection. This year, his play, production and leadership have made him the Offensive Player of the year.

The 11-2 Eagles rallied around their leader, Pete Dinovo. He not only delivered, but in a big way. Pete passed for 2980 yards and 25 TDs. He completed a staggering 62 percent of his passes and threw just 8interceptions. Dinovo threw for over 200 yards in 7 different games and threw for over 300 yards in 4 different games. In 7 different games, he threw for multiple TDs. Pete is a born leader and great player who’s committed to Central Florida.


Defensive Player of the Year: VERNON HARGREAVES, WHARTON 2013 ATH

Hargreaves entered Hillsborough County a few years ago, with little to no recognition. No one knew if he could play. What a difference a few years can make. Vernon Hargreaves III went from a no name prospect to a national recruit who is the crown-jewel of an excellent University of Florida recruiting class. Not only did he “Wow” college coaches, but he made high school football fans take notice. Last season, Hargreaves was a second team defensive ATH ALL BCP selection. This year, he dominated his competition and did so much on the field that there was no way to deny him Defensive Player of the Year honors.

To start, he played multiple positions: CB, safety, LB, RB, QB and WR. Against Chamberlain he had 12 solo tackles and 21 total; against Plant 12 tackles. On the season Vernon produced 73 solo tackles, 5 INTs, 5 caused fumbles, and five 2pt conversions. It is not so much the numbers he produced, but how he produced them. A blind man could tell he was the glue for the Wildcat defense. That is why, University of Florida verbal commit, Vernon Hargreaves is the 2012 Defensive Player of the Year.


Specialist Player of the Year: WILLIAM FEW, PLANT 2013 K

FG’s 13 of 15, 48 yard long; PATs 33 of 37. He also had 6 tackles. Few is ranked #1 kicker in 8A in Florida statistically by Maxpreps and the 13th best kicker nationally. He broke a Plant record for field goals in a season. He was money for Plant all year in clutch situations. Few’s longest field goal on the year was 48 yards.

Few has a big leg and some serious range. He made 2 or more field goals in at least 5 games– against great teams like Robinson, Armwood, Wharton, Freedom (Orlando), and Jesuit. Will was clutch and consistent with touchbacks as well all season. He’s that guy that can make all those kicks—the pooch, the onside, the squib…you name it. It’s also impressive that he won’t hesitate to put a lick on a guy. William Few was a huge part of Plant’s success and broken records in the process; therefore he is BCP’s Specialist of the Year.


Coach of the Year: MIKE DEPUE, ROBINSON

Mike Depue ended his career as a winner. He advanced a young team to the state 5A semi-finals.  He also effectively managed a talented coaching staff in order to produce the best team in Tampa Bay.  Depue’s team lost only two games this year to Plant and Godby.  The 12-2 Knights under his direction were fearless, opportunistic and athletic.  Depue was the face of a team that scored 535 points, allowed only 164 point and did it with consistency.


Stats from Maxpreps.  Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas County players considered


1st Team Offense

Pos. Name School Class  
QB ZAIN GILMORE ROBINSON 2013 As dangerous with the ball as any player in Tampa Bay.  Ripped defenses on his way to 1422 pass yards, 912 rush yards, threw for 18 TDs and rushed for 15.  Took his team to the class 5A semi-finals ending at 12-2.
RB ROBERT DAVIS CARROLLWOOD DAY 2013 Lydell Ross held the Hillsborough County single season rushing record (2150). Well, Davis broke that with 2221 yards, 203 carries and 26 TDs.
RB TODD MACON ADMIRAL FARRAGUT 2013 Bruising runner that led his team to an 8-2 season with 1461 yards on 120 carries, averaging 12.18 yards per carry.
WR JONATHAN MOORE JEFFERSON 2013 4 games over 100 yards receiving, 7 games with 6 or more receptions. 57 catches, 1037 yards, 12 TDs.
WR KAREL HAMILTON STRAWBERRY CREST 2013 Made some of the most memorable catches of the year on his way to 948 yards, 10 TDs on 57 receptions.
WR ARTAVIS SCOTT EAST LAKE 2014 Only 10 games worth of stats, the most dynamic receiver in Tampa Bay accumulated 995 yards, 10 TDs on 64 receptions.
TE MARCUS MOSLEY ALONSO 2014 The #1 TE prospect in Tampa Bay made big plays early and often. 37 catches for 585 yards, 15.8 yards per catch and 5 TDs.
OL MASON COLE EAST LAKE 2014 Dominated the trenches, putting a number of defenders on their back.
OL BRANDON PERTILE COUNTRYSIDE 2013 Arguably the third best offensive lineman in Pinellas County. Played with a mean streak and through the whistle.
OL ISAIAH WYNN LAKEWOOD 2014 Big Nasty!  Improved on his technique since 2011.  But still the same ol’ nasty style.  Just how you want a division 1 offensive tackle.
OL COREY MARTINEZ TAMPA CATHOLIC 2014 A 3rd team selection a year ago.  Earned his way to 1st team by using sound technique and overpowering defenders.
OL BRUCE HECTOR ROBINSON 2013 Got under defenders pads and took them for a ride that did not end with dessert.
UTILITY RICHARD BENJAMIN TAMPA BAY TECH 2013 Ended his high school career as a Louisville Cardinal verbal commit, 718 yards rushing, 509 yards receiving, 11 TDs, 26 total tackles, 5 INTs and 244 return yards in class 7A. Stepped up under the brightest lights.
ATH JUWAN BROWN LARGO 2013 Put the Largo Packers on his back all season long. Passed for 1610 yards, rushed for 389 yards, threw 22 TD passes (3 INTS), ran for 3 TDs and intercepted 3 passes on defense.
ATH RODNEY ADAMS LAKEWOOD 2013 Estimated over 1200 all purpose yards. Played RB, QB and receiver.  Did everything for the Lakewood Spartans and made plays when the team needed it most.
R TREY LARRY CLEARWATER CEN. 2013 “Big Play” Trey! Besides locking down receivers, playing some RB and catching passes, Larry accounted for 586 kick return yards and 486 punt return yards.

1st Team Defense

Pos. Name School Class  
DE MORGAN FLOURNORY PASCO 2013 Led the state in sacks with 22.5.  Had seven games with multiple sacks. Add 73 total tackles and 1 caused fumble.
DE MITCHELL WRIGHT PLANT 2013 If you find a way to stop him, let us know.  He just keeps coming and makes an impact in more than one way: 10 sacks, 46 solo tackles and 3 caused fumbles.
DT ERNEST SUTTLES GAITHER 2013 Had sacks in 7 of 11 games this season.  Almost unblockable from the interior defensive line. Totaled 12 sacks, 88 tackles and 4 caused fumbles.
DT JOEY IVIE PASCO 2013 Very deserving of his national ranking. The best defensive tackle in the area.  12 sacks and 56 solo tackles this season.
ILB FRANCISCO HERNANDEZ LARGO 2014 Just went “H.A.M.” in the biggest games.  Seek and destroy style of play made him a pleasure to watch: 73 solo tackles, 1 sack, 2 INTs, 1 CF.
ILB AUGGIE SANCHEZ NORTHEAST 2013 Don’t really need stats to explain his production, but just for giggles: 66 solo tackles, 160 total tackles, 3.3 sacks and 2 INTs. Was on just about every interior play.  Fearless D1 LB.
OLB TRE WATSON TAMPA CATHOLIC 2014 Watson answered any questions that critics may have had for him. 16.5 sacks, 86 solo tackle, 4 PD and 3 caused fumbles.
OLB JAVAUGHN JOHNSON ROBINSON 2014 Scored six defensive TDs on arguably the best defense in town. 56 solo tackles, 4 sacks, 3 INTs, 1 CF
S DEVIN ABRAHAM EAST LAKE 2014 Keeps getting better and better each snap.  Has the complete trust of his team and respect from his opponents: 4 INTs, 67 total tackles and 15 PD.
S LEON MCQUAY ARMWOOD 2013 The 5 star prospect defended his hype with production. Intercepted 5 balls, made 37 solo tackles and ended the year with 54 total tackles.  Was air traffic control
CB KENDRICK MENTION TAMPA CATHOLIC 2013 A corner who can get the ball back for the offense, becomes very valuable.  Mention had 6 interceptions this year, 23 pass breakups and 57 solo tackles.  WOW
CB JEREMIAH GREEN HILLSBOROUGH 2013 Speed kills and Green has plenty of it.  The Alabama track commit had 32 solo tackles this year and 5 key interceptions.
UTILITY GEOERGE CAMPBELL EAST LAKE 2015 Likely to be one of the most decorated prospects to exit East Lake High when that time comes. For now, he is just really good at what he does. This season, 56 tackles,1 INT and 3 FR on defense.  766 receiving yards and 9 total TDs on offense.
ATH NIGEL HARRIS HILLSBOROUGH 2013 Harris went above and beyond to help the Terriers to a 9-2 season.  Punted the ball 28 times for 1015 yards, ran the ball 71 times for 726 yards, 15 TDs and played some defense totaling 66 solo tackles, 2 sacks and 3 PD.
ATH TJ HARRELL TAMPA CATHOLIC 2014 Breakout season for the junior prospect.  Led the team in rushing yards (616) and second on the  team in tackles (108). Also had 6 TDs, 2.5 sacks, 7 PD and 1 INT.
P NICK FEELY ARMWOOD 2013 Got the offense out of jams and created favorable situations for the defense.  18 of his punts, he placed inside the 20.  44 attempts for 1990 yards with a 45 yard average.

2nd Team Offense

Pos. Name School Class  
QB CHASE LITTON WHARTON 2014 completed 181 of 310 passes, 2732 yards passing, 248 yards per game, 23 TD passes and 10 INTs
RB DAVID EMMANUEL PASCO 2013 138 carries, 1363 yards, 108 yards per game, 17 TDs
RB JAMARLON HAMILTON DURANT 2013 191 carries, 1340 yards, 122 yards per game, 20 TDs
WR ANDREW MEYER FIVAY 2013 42 receptions, 1028 yards, 114.2 yards per game, 12 TDs
WR BRAD HYMAN-MUHAMMAD ADMIRAL FARRAGUT 2013 45 receptions, 904 yards, 100.4 yards per game, 11 TDs
WR KEITH HOPKINS WHARTON 2013 47 receptions, 902 yards, 82 yards per game, 8 TDs
TE MARCUS BROWN GAITHER 2013 34 receptions, 480 yards, 6 TDs
UTILITY EMMANUEL STEWART GIBBS 2013 628 pass yards, 6 TDs, 695 rush yards, 6 TDs, 385 receiving yards, 3 TDs, 33 tackles, 201 KOR yards, 4 of 4 on 2 pt conversions.
ATH ANDY EMBODY CARROLLWOOD DAY 2013 973 receiving yards, 17 TDs, 57 tackles, 5 INTs
ATH WILLIE BARRETT ANCLOTE 2014 1405 rushing yards, 14 TDs, 56 tackles
PK RYAN PANDY COUNTRYSIDE 2013 8 for 8 on Field Goals, long of 50, 40 for 40 on PATs
R KENDALL PEARCEY STEINBRENNER 2013 7 attempt, 331 KOR yards, 14 attempts 160 PR yards

2nd Team Defense

Pos. Name School Class  
DE ERIC BENNETT EAST BAY 2014 12.5 sacks, 39 solo tackles, 67 total tackles, 4 CF
DE BRAD SMITH JESUIT 2013 10 sacks, 20 solo tackles, 57 total tackles, 1 CF
DT JORDAN ADDERLEY CLEARWATER CEN. 2013 8.5 sacks, 37 solo tackles, 76 total tackles, 1 CF
DT QUINN METOYER PLANT 2013 10 sacks, 30 solo tackles, 73 total tackles
ILB ANDREW BECK PLANT 2014 45 solo tackles, 114 total tackles, 6 sacks, 7 PD
ILB ROCKY ENOS WHARTON 2013 98 solo tackles, 145 total tackles, 2 sacks
OLB HARRY BROWN LARGO 2013 42 solo tackles, 60 total tackles, 6 sacks, 3 PD, 1 CF
OLB VINCENT JACKSON JESUIT 2014 19 solo tackles, 69 total tackles, 13 sacks, 1 PD, 1 FR
S BRANDON PETERS ROBINSON 2014 51 solo tackles, 65 total tackles, 3 INTs, 1 CF
S PARIS BOSTICK PLANT 2013 55 solo tackles, 97 total tackles, 1 INT, 1 CF
CB CHAVEZ POWNELL JEFFERSON 2014 4 INTs, 28 solo tackles, 58 total tackles, 9 PD, 1 CF
UTILITY MICHAEL STEVENSON CLEARWATER CEN. 2013 223 rush yards, 180 rec yards, 45 solo tackles, 91 total tackles, 3 INTs, 11 PD
ATH DERRICK DOSS LARGO 2013 401 rush yards, 2 TDs, 53 solo tackles, 73 total tackles, 1 INT
ATH CARLOS DUCLOS ROBINSON 2013 33 solo tackles, 2 INTs, 5 PD, 29 yard KOR avg.
P SEAN COVINGTON ST. PETERSBURG 2013 35 punts, 47 yard avg., 12 inside the 20

3rd Team Offense

Pos. Name School Class  
QB DEIONDRE PORTER JEFFERSON 2014 157/256 .61 completion %, 2276 yards, 227. Y/G, 27 TDs, 13 INTs
RB MARTIN RUIZ ROBINSON 2013 177 carries, 1284 yards, 7.25 yards per carry, 13 TDs
RB JARVIS STEWART LARGO 2014 152 carries, 1186 yards, 119 yards per game, 16 TDs. Sat out several 4th quarters because Largo had such a large lead.
WR MARQUEZ VALDES LAKEWOOD 2013 Estimated 750 yards. 13 TDs
WR ALVIN BAILEY ARMWOOD 2013 40 receptions, 658 yards, 55 yards per games, 9 TDs. Played QB the last 5 games of the year.
WR JUSTIN MOTLOW TAMPA CATHOLIC 2014 38 receptions, 679 yards, 61.7 yards per game, 7 TDs
TE KEVIN FAULKNER FIVAY 2013 30 receptions, 502 yards, 6 TDs
UTILITY AUSTIN LAWRENCE OSCEOLA 2013 636 rush yards, 5 TDs, 293 receiving yards, 4 TDs, 5 INTs, 563 return yards, 62 points scored
ATH WESLEY BULLOCK PLANT 2013 1096 rush yards, 9 TDs, 337 receiving yards, 3 TDs
ATH EDDIE BURGOS SUNLAKE 2013 1013 rush yards, 15 TDs, 152 receiving yards, 2 TDs, 21 tackles, 4 INTs, 196 PR yards
PK AUSTIN COBB NEWSOME 2015 9 of 11 Field Goals, long of 59, 36 of 37 on PATs
R VICTOR WILLIAMS LENNARD 2013 17 kick off returns for 515 yards

3rd Team Defense

Pos. Name School Class  
DE MAX ORR FREEDOM 2013 12.5 sacks, 28 solo tackles, 65 total tackles, 4 CF
DE SHAVAR MANUEL BLAKE 2016 10 sacks, 33 solo tackles, 44 total tackle, 1 CF
DT TREY WHITE SICKLES 2013 4 sacks, 41 solo tackles, 84 total tackles
DT REGGIE BUTLER KING 2013 7 sacks, 23 solo tackles, 45 total tackles
ILB ETHAN THOMPSON CLEARWATER CEN. 2014 78 solo tackles, 135 total tackles, 4 sacks, INT, 3 PD
ILB ANDREW ZULUAGA STRAWBERRY CREST 2013 74 solo tackles, 104 total tackles, 5 sacks, 3 CF
OLB TYREE GRAVES PINELLAS PARK 2013 48 tackles, 6 sacks, 4 INTs, 3 CF
OLB JAMARI CORD GAITHER 2013 52 solo tackles, 100 total tackles, 5 sacks, 4 FR, 1 CF
S KYLE GIBSON ARMWOOD 2014 29 solo tackles, 53 total tackles, 2 INTs, 2 PD
S NATE CRAIG PASCO 2016 26 solo tackles, 36 total tackles, 4 INTs, 5 PD
CB AMANI ORUWARIYE GAITHER 2014 3 INTs, 31 solo tackles
UTILITY REEVES ROGERS PLANT 2013 3 sacks, 77 tackles, 4 INTs, 1 CF
ATH TAJEE FULLWOOD TAMPA BAY TECH. 2014 113 rush yards, 212 rec yards, 13 solo tackles, 3 INTs, 7 PD, 3 KOR for TD, 5 KOR for 46 yard avg.
ATH ROBBIE ROBERTSON CAMBRIDGE 2013 876 rush yards, 10 TDs, 769 rec yards, 7 TDs, 72 tackles, 4 INTs, 5 PD, 2 CF