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Meet TCPalm’s 2022 Football Offense All-Area Team

SportsMeet TCPalm's 2022 Football Offense All-Area Team

At the end of each season, TCPspanlm selects All-Area teams recognizing the top athletes in each sport.

Area coaches nominated players from their own teams and from other schools and along with research going through the data for games, meets, matches and tournaments throughout the regular season and postseason, TCPspanlm makes its selections of the All-Area teams.

Offensive Player of the Year

Vero Beach High School's Vandrevius Jacobs  escapes the grip of a South Fork defender as the Vero Beach High School Fighting Indians take on the South Fork Bulldogs on Friday, Aug. 26, 2022, at Billy Livings Field at the Citrus Bow in Vero Beach. Vero Beach won 54-6.

Vandrevius Jacobs, Vero Beach

Year: Senior

Highlights: Few players in the state of Florida were as dangerous and prolific as the Florida State signee in 2022. Jacobs hauled in 100 catches for 1,511 yards and 21 touchdowns, becoming Vero’s all-time receptions leader in a career and also set the single-game mark with 15 catches against Harmony in the regional quarterfinals. Totaling nine 100-yard games, Jacobs had six multi-touchdown games leading Vero Beach to an 11-win season.

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First Team

Gio Cascione, Jensen Beach

Jensen Beach’s quarterback Gio Cascione (15) throws the ball against Martin County in a high school football game on Thursday, Nov. 3, 2022, at Jensen Beach High School.

Year: Senior

Highlights: Cascione led with his play and his calmness under pressure as he set new school records for the Falcons throwing for 2,607 yards and 22 touchdowns as part of Jensen Beach’s best season in program history winning 10 games and reaching a 3S regional final.

Tyler Aronson, Vero Beach

Year: Junior

Highlights: An injury late in the season sidelined Aronson but the SMU quarterback commit performed at a high level in nine games, throwing for 1,683 yards and 21 touchdowns, completing over 66 percent of his passes and he added three rushing touchdowns.

George Roberts II, Treasure Coast

Treasure Coast High School’s quarterback George Roberts (4) runs the ball against Martin County High School in a high school football game on Friday, Sept. 16, 2022 at Lawnwood Stadium in Fort Pierce. Treasure Coast won 28-7 after the game was shortened due to weather.

Year: Junior

Highlights: Quarterbacking the Titans, Roberts had a strong season running the run-heavy offense leading the team with 834 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns and added three more touchdowns through the air.

Dennis Palmer, Jr., Jensen Beach

Jensen Beach’s running back Dennis Palmer (1) runs the ball against Martin County in a high school football game on Thursday, Nov. 3, 2022, at Jensen Beach High School.

Year: Junior

Highlights: Palmer exploded for one of the best seasons ever by a Jensen Beach player and among the best in recent memory on the Treasure Coast. Rushing for 1,640 yards, Palmer scored 24 times on the ground and added 48 catches for 506 yards and three more touchdowns. In the return game, Palmer took back two punts and one kickoff for a touchdown leading the team to 10 wins and a 3S regional final.

Tony Colebrook, John Carroll Catholic

Year: Junior

Highlights: Colebrook was a workhorse back all year for the Rams, rushing for 1,550 yards and 16 touchdowns and went over 100 yards eight times including two games of 200 yards. Colebrook also added two touchdown catches out of the backfield and totaled 1,688 yards from scrimmage leading John Carroll to a 1S Final Four.

Saleem Felder, Port St. Lucie

Year: Senior

Highlights: Felder capped his excellent career with the Jaguars with another 1,000-yard season with 1,106 yards and he found the end zone 18 times. Felder set a school record with seven touchdowns in one game against Tradition Prep on Oct. 7 and went over 100 yards six times on the year.

Pauly Boisvert, Martin County

Year: Senior

Highlights: Boisvert’s value to the Tigers was immeasurable jumping into the role of quarterback midseason and helped the team finish with an 8-3 record. Rushing for 536 yards and four touchdowns, Boisvert added seven touchdown passes leading the Tigers to memorable wins over Vero Beach and Jensen Beach.

Nick Venezia, Jensen Beach

Year: Senior

Highlights: Venezia set new marks in Falcon history as a senior, becoming the first receiver to record 1,000 yards totaling 1,002 on 56 catches. Reeling in 11 touchdown catches, Venezia was a huge reason why the Falcons won a school record 10 games reaching a 3S regional final.

Aidan Singleton, John Carroll Catholic

Year: Senior

Highlights: Singleton, a Lehigh signee, was a two-way star and as well of a cover corner as he was this year, he did his best work in his senior year at wide receiver. Averaging over 27 yards a catch, Singleton had 605 receiving yards and five touchdowns to go along with three interceptions on defense.

Alex Woods, Treasure Coast

Year: Senior

Highlights: Woods, an SMU signee, continued to improve on the intricacies of his craft on the offensive line and the Titans often hit their big plays running behind him on pulling assignments clearing running lanes to hit.

Gage Wallace, Martin County

Year: Sophomore

Highlights: A versatile lineman, Wallace graded out at 92 percent playing both at center and guard and did not allow a sack all season for the Tigers.

Angelo Gornitzky, Centennial

Year: Senior

Highlights: A standout lineman for his entire Eagle career, Gornitzky became one of the area’s best centers with his power to put defenders on the ground finishing off plays he displayed all season.

Will Thogersen, John Carroll Catholic

Year: Senior

Highlights: Manning the right tackle spot for the Rams, Thogersen used his mobility and strength to help the team rush for over 2,200 yards and be a team strength in their run to the 1S Final Four.

Kaleb Ferschke, Martin County

Year: Junior

Highlights: Helping pave the way for the Tiger run game, Ferschke was the highest-graded lineman for Martin County at 93 percent playing both at guard and at tackle.

Champ Smith, John Carroll Catholic

Year: Freshman

Highlights: In his first season of high school football, Smith showed why he already boasts Power-5 offers using his strength and size to be a star left tackle for the Rams helping pave the way for rushing for over 2,200 yards as a team.

Wyatt Dempsey, John Carroll Catholic

Year: Senior

Highlights: Dempsey was a steady presence that the Rams could count on in the kicking game all season, hitting all five of his field goal attempts and converting 49-for-53 on extra points.

Second Team

Dawson Maehl, John Carroll Catholic senior QB

Dylan Redmon, St. Edward’s senior ATH

Quincy Rodgers, Vero Beach senior RB

Dominic Lucci, Martin County sophomore RB

Isaiah Roberts, Centennial junior WR

Ricardo Weaver, Martin County senior WR

Justin Woulard, Vero Beach sophomore WR/PR

Austin Shevak, John Carroll Catholic senior OL

Knajee Saffold, Treasure Coast junior OL

Chase Stevens, Vero Beach junior OL

Tyler Whitfield, Martin County junior OL

LJ Ardizzone, Jensen Beach senior OL

Tramayne Jackson, Fort Pierce Westwood senior OL

John Connolly, Martin County sophomore K

Honorable Mention

Chris Harris, Sebastian River senior QB

Jamison Davis, Treasure Coast junior RB

Denzel Alexander, Martin County senior ATH

Braylon Vincent, Fort Pierce Westwood junior ATH

Sam Thomas, St. Edward’s senior WR

Jemar Paul, Fort Pierce Central junior WR

Trey Scayle, Tradition Prep junior WR

Jordan Capraro, John Carroll Catholic senior OL

Dalton Jordan, Vero Beach senior OL

Nate Caplan, Jensen Beach senior OL

Fred Hinton, Port St. Lucie junior OL

Najeh Carey, Treasure Coast senior OL

Alaq Dowd-Grant, Fort Pierce Central senior OL

Lamar Wilson, Centennial senior K

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