Johnson is a three-year starter that contributed on both sides of the ball in the Eagles run to a state championship.
Iarussi helped pave the way for a Wildcats playoff team that averaged 30 points and 295 rushing yards per game.
Williams finished the season with 90 tackles, 15 sacks, and three interceptions on defense.
The Indians QB finished with 38 total touchdowns in 2016.
Strickland amassed 66 receptions for 1,188 yards and 23 total touchdowns in 2016.
The Red Dragons signal caller totaled 24 touchdowns this season.
Bowden is the only player to have ever made the Big 22 class in four consecutive seasons.
Sherry is just a sophomore but is already off to a great start for the Bulldogs finishing with 33 total touchdowns this season.
The Leopards junior ran for 1,125 yards on the ground and totaled 19 touchdowns.
The senior signal-caller finishes his career with 5,886 passing yards and 64 touchdowns.
Musolino leaves Struthers as the school record holder with 66 career touchdowns.
The Hornets back totaled 2,280 yards rushing in his senior season with 42 total touchdowns.
The Bulldogs senior is the first kicker to ever make the Big 22.
Koullias finished this season with 1,628 yards rushing and 20 touchdowns.
The Quakers receiver pulled in an impressive 77 receptions in 2016.
Hernandez was a defensive star for a Hubbard team that made the playoffs.
The Vikings senior found the end zone 12 times in 2016.
DeMedal found five different ways to score a touchdown in 2016.
Davidson ends his Clippers career having re-written 18 school records.
The Cardinals QB was a two-way threat, totaling 21 touchdowns in 2016.
Chapman’s 1,437 rushing yards (and 16 TD’s) were accomplished in just nine games.
The Hornets back found the end zone more often than many entire teams in 2016.