All NWFL offensive players 2017
Jacob Copeland could have easily been Player of the Year. The Florida commit came up huge after transferring to Escambia for his senior season.
With game-changing talent, Copeland caught 42 passes, nine touchdowns, and averaged 109 yards receiving per game. Copeland was also a lockdown corner for the Gators and added three punt return touchdowns.
Not only is Mystikal McGhee on our all-name team, the Washington senior was a pretty special receiver with 51 catches, 824 yards, and seven touchdowns. Despite constant double teams, Mystikal came up with many magical moments for the Wildcats.
Rounding our receiving corp is Choctaw's Zailes Alexander. A big play machine, he averaged 27 yards a catch, going just under a thousand yards for the season and15 touchdowns.
Perhaps the biggest revelation this season is just how good Tyler Dittmer is. The hard-charging Gulf Breeze running back produced many legendary tackle-breaking runs. The junior ran for over 1,900 yards with an amazing 9.4 yards a carry and 19 touchdowns.
Our other running back is also a junior.
All Pace's Damien Bivins did was run for 2,190, second most in the state, and 20 touchdowns. A tireless workhorse, Bivins averaged over 34 carries a game.
Our choice at quarterback is Choctaw's Brady Ooten. The dependable senior threw 23 touchdowns with just one interception. He hit