The Guthrie offense was in “good hands.”
The Guthrie BlueJay football program continues to be an elite program and their elite status continues to grow with the announcement of two more All-State players.
Seniors Devonte McCully and Kentrell were named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State football team. The game that features the West vs East is July 29, with a time and site to be determined.
“I’m just tickled to death for Tae and Kentrell,” head coach Rafe Watkins said. “I’m so proud of Tae making the list because he deserves it.”
McCully and Brothers become the 31st and 32nd athlete’s to make the list from GHS. 17 of the 32 GHS all-stater’s have been added since 2002. View the complete of GHS Football All-Staters.
Perhaps, the biggest surprise in the 2010 season was McCully. The 6’6 wide out brought in 38 catches and 10 of those were for touchdowns to go with 720 yards. McCully forced opponents to give him as much attention as they were giving to Brothers. A season ago, McCully had 12-catches, 140 yards, and three scores.
Brothers was guaranteed to make everyone’s list and is in the running for everyone’s Player of the Year. The Missouri commit finished his senior campaign with 63 catches, 1,304 yards, and 18 scores. All three are school records – breaking his own record in 2009. Brothers is the only BlueJay receiver to collect over a 1,000 yards in a season. In his three years, Brothers collected 156 catches, 2,984 yards, and 38 touchdown grabs.
That’s not it either.
The spotlight was on Brothers from day one and like a captain out performed his 2009 season with 100 tackles and 19 sacks despite offense’s working their game plan around him. Brothers finishes his high school career with 286 career tackles and a school record of 51 sacks.
All-State football rosters
Jace James, Putnam City North; Derek Patterson, Kingfisher; Jeremy Seaton, Cashion.
Deaquan Wojciechowski, Lawton; Aliston Cobb, Douglass; Chase Chamberlain, Stratford; Alex Christensen, Deer Creek.
David Glidden, Mustang; Devonte’ McCully, Guthrie; Tanner Jackson, Elgin; Drake Smithton, Woodward; Zach Hibbard, Lindsay.
Zach Johnson, Norman; Caleb Cline, Norman North; Jamelle Naff, Del City; Dylan Dismuke, Duncan; Tylor Whitfield, Southmoore; Gonzalo Delatorre, Kingfisher; Jacob Stephens, Fairview.
Hunter Davis, Choctaw; Marty Northern, Lawton Eisenhower; Connor Myers, Edmond Memorial; Kentrell Brothers, Guthrie; James Twins, Clinton; Micah Thompson, Jones; Derrick Luetjen, Hennessey.
Carter Grigg, Lawton; Greg Offenburger, Norman; Tyler George, Altus; Graham Busby, Heritage Hall; Nick Crawford, Pauls Valley.
Jon Luckey, Mustang; Brandon Swindall, Millwood; Cody Cates, Pond Creek-Hunter; Marcus Caddell, Douglass; Justin Schanbacher, Cherokee.
Derrick Miles, Okeene
Kale Pearson, Tulsa Union; Sawyer Kollmorgen, Jenks; Prince McJunkins, Wagoner; Payton Werner, Broken Bow.
Isaac Bennett, Tulsa Washington; Dante Burge, Tulsa East Central.
Brayle Brown, Shawnee; Joe Lindsey, Owasso; Colton Nevel, Catoosa; Jay Jeffers, Metro Christian; Jordan Alexander, Fairland; Tyler Deshazzo, Kiefer.
Ryan Stout, Broken Arrow; Ben Risenhoover, Jenks; Brian Rawlinson, Oologah; Garrett Gladd, Sallisaw; P.J. Scott, Morris; Gary Lee, Victory Christian; Caleb Bedient, Hominy.
Nick Hall, Broken Arrow; Terry Jackson, Owasso; Devin Randall, Bartlesville; Deontay Wilson, Coweta; Mike Montano, Stigler; Skylar Cummings, Lincoln Christian; Taylor Freeman, Wetumka.
Tommy Hillsberg, Woodland; Marcus Bruner, Porter; Jake Love, Tonkawa; Isaac Green, Madill; Nick Cody, Wagoner; Marcus Dees, Tulsa East Central.
Canaan Sherrell, Colcord; Ronald Lucas, Ada; Tyler Lockett, Tulsa Washington; Kyler Harris, Muskogee; Richard Stanley, Tulsa Union.
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