Ongoing series looks at 22 standout high school football players.
Fullback/linebacker is "a 25-year-old man in an 18-year old’s body."
Cienega's Terrence Johnson is arguably the top college football prospect in Southern Arizona.
Peralta grew up leaning all about Sunnyside's tradition; now he's carrying it.
Walker Padilla is a hard-nosed linebacker for Canyon del Oro.
Matt Solverso is a perfect fit at tight end for Ironwood Ridge.
Catalina Foothills kicker Grant Hubble was perfect in extra-point attempts last season.
Taylor Powell was a major component in Salpointe's run to a state crown last year.
Sahuaro’s Omar Lloyd is aiming to be the top defensive back in the state this fall.
Nogales junior Coy Colgate is continuing the football tradition in his family.
Dionte Flores accounted for more than half of Flowing Wells' run game a year ago.
Williams gave up basketball to focus on perfecting his gridiron skills.
In 2013, Smith became third-ever CDO junior to be named captain.
Dante Anderson figures to be a workhorse for Amphitheater and first-year coach Jorge Mendivil.
Taylor Fitzgerald is a record-breaking, touchdown-scoring scatback for the Lions.
Quarterback Rhett Rodriguez knows plenty about football, thanks to his father.
Marcus Edwards could be best lineman in Southern Arizona once fully healthy.
The senior excels at football, baseball and wrestling for the Tigers.
Alvarado is hoping to go down as one of Cienega's best QBs ever.
Derik Hall is a two-way player and team captain for Sahuaro.