Carroll Sweeps District 4-5A All-District Selections
Dec 05, 2013 01:31PM
● By Mike
The votes are in and tallied up for the 2013 District 4-5A Football All District Selections. Dozens of Carroll Dragons made their mark this season, with some even receiving unanimous selection.
Dragon junior quarterback Ryan Agnew was chosen as District Most Valuable Player. Coming in as a first-year starter, Agnew is the latest in a long line of Carroll double-threat quarterbacks. Agnew complied 4,449 yards of offensive production and 52 touchdowns. He threw for 3195 yards, made 32 touchdowns and completed 75% of his passes.
Dragon senior linebacker Steven Bergmark was honored as Defensive Most Valuable Player. The Carroll senior captain returned this year as the defense’s best playmaker. Bergmark finished 2013 with a team-leading 132 tackles, was 13 for losses and an interception.
Dragon senior kicker Drew Brown was unanimously selected as the Special Teams Player of the Year. Brown, a Nebraska commit, secured nine field goals and 89 extra points this season.
Dragon senior running back A.J. Ezzard was selected again as a first team running back. The three-year starter ran for 987 yards and 21 touchdowns. A returning first team all-district performer, Ezzard returns to the district after a solid campaign.
Dragon senior wide receiver Luke Timian was unanimously chosen as one of the first team offense. The senior captain caught 79 balls for 1288 yards and 15 touchdowns.
Dragon senior wide receiver Keaton Duhon was listed as one of the first team wide receivers. Duhon ended 2013 with 65 catches for 800 total receiving yards and 8 touchdowns..
Dragon senior lineman Evan Brown was unanimously selected as the first team center. The towering left tackle and Southern Methodist University commit was the only returning starter from last year’s offensive line.
Dragon senior left guard Ian Moss was unanimously selected as one of the first team guards. Moss stepped into the starting role this season, and is 11 in 2 overall. The senior is ranked 40th nationally and seventh in Texas.
Dragon senior right tackle Jack Proskovec was unanimously chosen as one of the first team tackles. Proskovec took on a starting role for his senior season after gaining experience as a rotation player last year.
Dragon senior defensive end A.J. Tolbert was selected as one of the first team defensive ends. Prodigy of former Cowboy defensive end Tony Tolbert, A.J. had a total of 81 tackles, two sacks and was six for losses. In 2012, Tolbert received Second Team All-District Honors.
Dragon junior safety Andy Chelf was also selected to the first team defense. Chelf received his first varsity start this season, he posted 107 tackles on the year— three for losses.
Dragon senior nose tackle Nash Dickey was selected as first team defensive line. The defensive captain made an impact for the Dragon’s defensive front, tying for most sacks.Dragon junior linebacker Joel McClellan was chosen as one of the first team outside linebackers. After serving as a reserve last year, McClellan made a huge impact throughout the season, posting 93 tackles and four sacks.