Kentrell Brothers has earned another national honor for his senior performance on the gridiron for the Guthrie football program.
The Missouri Tiger commitment was named to the 2010 U.S. Air Force Medium Schools All-American team. Brothers finished on the second team at the tight end possession. In total, four Oklahoman’s made the list.
Medium School All-Americans are chosen from teams that play amongst the school divisions in each state that have an approximately 1,000 to 2,000 student enrollment. Some schools may have a bit more than 2,000 or under 1,000 depending on the structure of the state enrollment division.
Brothers was named the Defensive Player of the Year in the state by the Oklahoman. He caught 63 passes for 1,304 yards and 18 touchdowns and also had 100 tackles and 19 sacks on defense. Finished his career with 156 receptions for 2,984 yards and 44 touchdowns.
Brothers is the all time leading receiver in Guthrie history for both a season and a career, along among other numerous GHS records.
Tulsa East Central’s Antonio Escobeda was the first team kicker, Booker T. Washington’s Derrick Alexander was a first team defensive linemen selection, and Douglass running back Aliston Cobb was a second team running back.
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