8. Aaron Tevis, TE/LB, 2007

While Tevis may not have won a state championship at CDO like his younger brother Jared, he still had one heckuva career. He capped it off by leading the Dorados in receiving yards (637) and touchdowns (6) on 37 catches as a senior. He also led the team in tackles (80) and sacks (8) before being named the Star’s Southern Arizona co-player of the year in 2006 and signing with Boise State.

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