STEVEN FANUA, MILPITAS
Linebacker | Junior | 6-1 | 215
No one delivered more bone-rattling hits than Fanua, the player described as an "animal" - a compliment in football lexicon - by more than one opposing coach. Given the freedom since his sophomore year to shoot the best gap to make a play, Fanua averaged 14 tackles (138 total) and had six sacks in earning his second All-Mercury News first-team honor.
JACOB FEAGAI, PIEDMONT HILLS
Offensive line | Senior | 6-5 | 305
Feagai has a collection of Division I schools awaiting the results of his SATs. And, no wonder, he has size, speed, and ability. Feagai, who has been timed at 5.0 in the 40-yard dash, is noted for his footwork. And he is durable, having started 36 consecutive games for the Pirates since his sophomore year.