CALEB BAIRD, North Lenoir, K, Sr. — Made 12 field goals, nine of which went for 30 or more yards. His 47-yard field goal against Clayton Cleveland set a new school record. Put 96 percent of kickoffs into end zone for touchbacks. Conference specialist of the year. Also plays soccer and baseball.

J.C. BROOKS, Lake Norman Charter, So., 5-9, 145 — Made 5 of 6 field goals and 49 of 53 PATs. Had several successful onside kicks.

ALEX GAKENHEIMER, Charlotte Country Day, Sr., 6-2, 175 — Made 7 of 9 field goals and 45 of 48 PATs. Had 47 touchbacks on 66 kickoffs. All-conference pick. Private schools all-state pick. Committed to Dartmouth.

CHANDLER JOHNSON, Newton-Conover, PK, Sr., 5-11, 180 — Made 4 of 7 field goals with a long of 46 yards. Made all 47 PATs. Put 53 of 64 kickoffs into the end zone for touchbacks (83 percent).

WILL JOHNSON, High Point Central, K, Sr., 5-11, 165 — Made nine field goals, including a pair of 52-yard kicks — and 30 PATs. Helped team go 9-3 and finish second in conference.

RYAN KENDALL, Waxhaw Cuthbertson, Jr., 5-9, 170 — Made 7 of 15 field goals with a long of 44 yards. Made 39 of 40 PATs. Also played QB, WR, RB, DB and KR. Accounted for 120 of team's 349 points. Ran for 253 yards and three touchdowns. Had 25 catches for 486 yards and six scores. Threw for 459 yards and three scores. Returned a punt for a touchdown. All-conference pick.

SPENCER LANDFRIED, North Davidson, PK, Sr., 5-10, 176 — Made 16 of 21 field goals and 65 of 67 PATs. Had a long field goal of 51 yards. Also had makes of 49, 48, 48 and 46 yards. Put 52 kickoffs into the end zone. Two-time all-conference pick. Two-time league kicker of the year. Two-time all-county pick. Being recruited by numerous schools.

WES MEDEIROS, Charlotte Christian, PK, Sr. — Made 12 of 17 field goals with a long of 51 yards. Made all 49 PATs. Finished his career making 105 straight PATs when the published NCHSAA record was 67. All-conference pick. Private schools all-state pick. Averaged 42.3 yards on 20 punts with a long of 50 yards. Put 10 punts inside the 20. Offered by VMI.

MATT WOGAN, Indian Trail Porter Ridge, K/P, Sr., 6-2, 200 — Averaged 43.9 yards per punt with a long of 72 yards. Made 12 field goals with a county-record long of 58 touchdowns. Put 95 percent of kickoffs into end zone for touchbacks. Set school record for career points. Four-year starter. Has 4.0 GPA. Committed to Oregon.

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PUNTERS

EDDIE CARRAWAY, West Mecklenburg, P, Sr., 5-10, 165 — Averaged 39.7 yards with a long of 52 yards.

JERMANY HAMMONDS, Monroe, DB, Sr., 6-0, 195 — Had 73 tackles and 10 interceptions, with three returned for touchdowns. Broke up 29 passes and had a safety. All-conference pick. Also averaged 43 yards per punt, blocked eight punts and blocked eight PATs. Has interest from Division I, II and III programs.

BEN KEPLEY, Charlotte Country Day, P, Sr., 6-2, 175 — Averaged 39.9 yards per punt. All-conference pick. Private schools all-state pick. Committed to Dartmouth.

MITCH LOCHBIHLER, Charlotte Catholic, P, Sr., 6-6, 245 — Averaged 42 yards per punt with great hang time. Scored 79 pts as a kicker. Signed with Elon.

DAVID MARVIN, East Mecklenburg, P, Sr., 6-2, 210 — Punted 48 times for 38.3-yard average with a long of 62 yards. Placed 14 punts inside the 20. All-conference pick. Has 4.83 GPA. Committed to Wofford.

WES MEDEIROS, Charlotte Christian, PK, Sr. — Made 12 of 17 field goals with a long of 51 yards. Made all 49 PATs. Finished his career making 105 straight PATs when the published NCHSAA record was 67. All-conference pick. Private schools all-state pick. Averaged 42.3 yards on 20 punts with a long of 50 yards. Put 10 punts inside the 20. Offered by VMI.

CHASE SHUFORD, Charlotte Olympic, P, Sr., 6-1, 192 — Punted 20 times for a 40.2-yard average. Also played tight end, quarterback, halfback and receiver. Team's most consistent blocker on the line. All-conference pick. Held for PATs. Had four TD catches and two TD passes.

TRIP SMITH, Lake Norman Charter, P, Sr., 6-1, 180 — Punted 18 times for a 35.8-yard average with a long of 52 yards. Didn't punt in several games due to a blowout score. All-conference pick.

MATT WOGAN, Indian Trail Porter Ridge, K/P, Sr., 6-2, 200 — Averaged 43.9 yards per punt with a long of 72 yards. Made 12 field goals with a county-record long of 58 touchdowns. Put 95 percent of kickoffs into end zone for touchbacks. Set school record for career points. Four-year starter. Has 4.0 GPA. Committed to Oregon.

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KICK RETURNERS

EMMITT AFAM, Waxhaw Cuthbertson, WR, Sr., 5-10, 185 — Had 49 catches for 920 yards and 12 touchdowns. Also ran 50 times for 312 yards and seven touchdowns. Conference offensive player of the year. Had 38 offensive touchdowns in his career. Returned 12 kickoffs for 393 yards (32.8 average) and two touchdowns. Also returned six punts for 183 yards (30.5 average) and two scores. Had nine return touchdowns for his career. Being recruited by Charlotte, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Duke and Elon.

TREVON BROWN, New Hanover County, WR/KR, Sr. — Returned one kickoff and three punts for touchdowns. Also had 1,182 yards receiving and 14 touchdown catches. Threw a TD pass for state quarterfinalist.

BARRY HARRIS, Southeast Guilford, DB/WR/PR/KR, Sr., 6-0, 175 — Two-time all-conference picks. Had 25 catches for 342 yards in a run-oriented offense. Had four interceptions, three fumble recoveries, two kickoff returns for touchdowns and one punt return for a touchdown. Has sprinter speed. Only player on team to play both ways.

DOMINIQUE HEATH, Huntersville Hopewell, WR, Jr., 5-9, 175 — Broke school records with 1,187 yards receiving and 12 touchdown catches. Also ran for 547 yards and six touchdowns. Conference special teams player of the year after totaling 647 yards in kickoff and punt returns with two scores.

NYHEIM HINES, Garner, So., 5-9, 175 — Blessed with incredible explosiveness, he recorded a 96-yard kickoff return and an 86-yard punt return to go with a 90-yard pass reception and an 85-yard run during the Trojans' 14-1 season. Teams quit regularly kicking off deep to Garner after the third game and usually kicked away from him on kickoffs.

SIDNEY LAWSON, Charlotte Rocky River, DB, Sr., 5-10, 185 — Two-time all-conference pick. Had 38 tackles, one sack, five interceptions and 14 breakups. On offense, ran 20 times for 203 yards with three touchdowns. Also blocked a punt. Returned eight punts for 169 yards (21.1 average). Returned 22 kickoffs for 684 yards (31.1 average) and five touchdowns. Has offers from Wingate and Mars Hill. Also recruited by Western Carolina, N.C. Central, Delaware State and Catawba.

KERRION MOORE, Gastonia Huss, KR/PR/RB/DB, Jr., 5-8, 177 — Returned three kickoffs for touchdowns, covering 70, 82 and 92 yards. Conference special teams player of the year. Scored twice on defense (31-yard interception return versus Charlotte Garinger and a 32-yard fumble return against Bessemer City). Also ran for 970 yards and 13 touchdowns. Caught 13 passes for 383 yards and four touchdowns. Intercepted four passes, recovered one fumble and recorded 33 tackles.

ALEX SCEARCE, Lake Norman Charter, WR, Sr., 6-3, 190 — Had 36 catches for 915 yards. Also ran for 591 yards out of the slot receiver position. Scored 33 touchdowns on the season. Conference offensive player of the year. Returned 16 punts for 602 yards (37.6 average) and seven touchdowns. Recruited by North Carolina, Wake Forest, Marshall and Coastal Carolina.

DEANDRE THOMPKINS, Swansboro, PK, Jr., 6-0, 170 — Returned five kickoffs for touchdowns. Averaged 50.9 yards per kickoff return.

SHAUN WILSON, West Mecklenburg, RB, Jr., 5-9, 168 — Ran for 1,787 yards and 19 touchdown. Had 20 catches for 256 yards and four scores. Returned a kickoff and three punts for touchdowns. All-conference pick. Drawing interest from North Carolina, Charlotte, Appalachian State, Georgia, South Carolina, Clemson, N.C. State, Wake Forest and Elon. Has a 3.5 GPA.