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2015 Pennsylvania Football Writers’ Class 3A All-State Team

Written by: on Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015. Follow David Mika on Twitter.








Hunter Merritt, Conneaut — 6-1, 190 senior

Ben Moser, Susquehanna Twp. — 5-10, 180 senior

Anthony Russo, Archbishop Wood — 6-4, 225 senior

Tayvon Bowers, Bishop McDevitt — 6-2, 215 junior


Running Back

Evan Culver, Saucon Valley — 5-10, 180 senior

Juvon Batts, Selinsgrove — 5-9, 184 senior

Levi Lorson, Jersey Shore — 5-9, 193 senior

Zane Dudek, Armstrong — 5-10, 180 junior

Mike Waters, Imhotep Charter — 5-10, 192 senior

Terence Stephens, West Allegheny — 6-1, 200 senior


Wide Receiver

Kobay White, Bishop McDevitt — 6-1, 195 senior

Henry Litwin, Conneaut — 6-1, 200 senior

Mark Webb, Archbishop Wood — 6-3, 190 junior

Bryce Hall, Bishop McDevitt — 6-3, 195 senior


Tight End

Naseir Upshur, Imhotep Charter — 6-4, 235 senior


Offensive Linemen

Ryan Solt, Wilkes-Barre Coughlin — 6-3, 285 junior

Yasir Durant, Imhotep Charter — 6-7, 330 senior

Johncarlo Valentin, Imhotep Charter — 6-5, 338 senior

Aaron Seigle, Susquehanna Twp. — 6-3, 280 senior

Kurt Stengel, Archbishop Wood — 6-4, 265 senior



Collin Shank, Lampeter-Strasburg — 6-1, 215 senior

Alvin Pacheco, Allentown Central Catholic — 6-0, 190 senior



Defensive Linemen

Thor Balavage, Scranton Prep — 6-2, 240 senior

Dominick Covatto, Erie Cathedral Prep — 6-1, 283 junior

Shaka Toney, Imhotep Charter — 6-4, 220 senior

Bryce Charles, Jersey Shore — 6-0, 250 senior

Andre Mintze, Imhotep Charter — 6-4, 227 senior



Tyler Starfursky, Scranton Prep — 6-2, 230 senior

Matthew Bauer, Erie Cathedral Prep — 6-2, 205 sophomore

Matt Collins, Clearfield — 6-0, 205, junior

Wyatt Clements, Lehighton — 6-1, 210 senior

Christian Carvis, Saucon Valley — 6-0, 185 senior

Jerry Roberts, Erie Cathedral Prep — 5-11, 215 junior


Defensive Backs

Shawn Turber, Shikellamy — 6-0, 185 senior

Ryan Lezzer, Clearfield — 5-11, 180 junior

Exree Loe, Greater Johnstown — 5-11, 195 junior



Ta’Nauz Gregory, Erie Cathedral Prep — 5-7, 150 senior



Derek Adams, Manheim Central — 5-11, 180 senior


Player of the Year — Mike Waters, Imhotep Charter

Coach of the Year — Albie Crosby, Imhotep Charter

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One Response to “2015 Pennsylvania Football Writers’ Class 3A All-State Team”

  1. LV Football Fan says:

    Bethlehem Catholic had 5 FCS/FBS prospects and the coaching staff failed to utilize their talents and skill sets this season. Inexcuseable that they weren’t represented on the AAA All-State team – I don’t blame the players, I blame the coaches! The team underachieved this year considered the talent at the skill positions. However, the kids did not have any control on how they were utilized. The move to the North division of the EPC was detrimental to the program and certain players in spite of the victories this year. They won games with simple and basic plays in 2015, no innovation or use of the quick passing game with the offensive talents they possessed. Joe Jay Smith, Elijah Finneran, Julian Spigner, Nate Stewart, and Antwon Keenan. Aside from the RB, no one else was highlighted at any point this season during a game? Potential or additional scholarships were on the line for many of them and unfortunately, they were not given an opportunity to showcase their talents. Perhaps, the coaches assumed that there would be more games? Unfortunately, that didn’t happen as they played a well coached and determined Saucon Valley team who had a greater hunger across the board for that game. The game of football is about emotion. SV had it in that game and BC did not …..Congrats again to SV for representing the LV at the AAA level and to Parkland for playing in the title game! Devante Cross, as a player, summed up what his team looks to exploit in a post game victory interview; “We look to find the mismatches….” Simple enough…had BC lined up 6’4, 6’2 and 6’2 at the WR positions there would have a been a mismatch somewhere during the regular and post season, throw in a hard to tackle RB – most coaches would have found a way to get their play-makers the ball with hitches, slants, quick hitters, swing passes and then look for the vertical pass.
    BC – a missed opportunity for many; players, community, and fans.

    Many in the Lehigh Valley are up in arms about the Easton coach and his being somewhat egotistical persona and not helping his student athletes in reaching the next level by being proactive with college recruiting. Thus, the LV had some very good story lines this football season; the unlikely overachieved ( teams- ND of Bethlehem and players) and the saga continues with the resignation of Evancho at SV, perhaps a foreshadow to changes to come – he is an Easton grad?

    Best of luck to those student athletes who will continue their athletic careers at the next level. Continue to rep the state of PA!

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