The 2013 high school football season belonged to Salpointe Catholic's undefeated state title team, and it saw Cameron Denson win player of the year and Dennis Bene win coach of the year. But even with the dominance shown week in and week out by the Lancers, don't forget about all of Southern Arizona's prep stars. In this slideshow, meet each of the first teamers and catch the second and third teams and honorable mention at the end.

Estrada powered the Mountain Lions to the state playoffs for the second straight year and was the area’s top rusher with 1,739 yards and 13 to…

A four-year starter, Cruz was hard for opponents to bring down. He rushed for 1,346 yards and 23 scores on just 134 carries to help the Falcon…

Sterns caught at least one touchdown in all but one game and had seven games with more than 100 yards receiving on his way to finishing with 1…

Metz was a do-it-all player on offense for the Dorados, setting school records with 35.4 yards a catch, 12 touchdown receptions and a 99-yard …

Bushman, a BYU commit, put up some huge numbers, hauling in 63 balls for 1,583 yards and 26 touchdowns. He was easily the best tight end in th…

Mike, a 6-foot-5-inch 285-pound left tackle with 15 scholarship offers, was one of the best in the state and helped the Sabercats reach the st…

The 6-3, 265-pound heavyweight wrestling state champion provided plenty of protection for Sahuaro quarterback Laramie Brown, who threw for 2,0…

Anderson was one of the most dangerous kick and punt returners in the area, averaging more than 25 yards an attempt. He racked up 1,250 all-pu…

The 6-2, 220-pound three-year starter led the Bobcats with 9.7 tackles a game and had eight sacks to finish with a school-record 18 in his career.

In addition to rushing for 1,390 yards and 18 touchdowns, Joseph hauled in two interceptions and blocked two field goals.

The 6-3-inch athletic Flannigan broke up five passes as corner and will be one of the top players to watch in Southern Arizona next season.