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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

2008 AIGA Foundation All Star Team: First Team Offense

QUARTERBACK

Kipeli Koniseti (Grant-Sacramento, CA) 6’3, 215, Sr

Led Grant to California State Open Division Championship over Long Beach Poly. First Team All-State All-Purpose selection by Cal-Hi Sports. Second Team All-State Division I (All-Purpose) selection by Max Preps. All-Metro All-Purpose (Sacramento Bee). Metro League Player of the Year. He finished the season with 1,602 yards passing and 19 touchdowns (93-170). On the ground, he added 808 yards and 10 touchdowns on 99 carries. Recruited to Arizona State as an athlete.

RUNNING BACK

Harvey Langi (Bingham-South Jordan, UT) 6’1, 220, So

First Team All State (5A) selection by Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News. Ran for 1,377 yard and 17 Touchdowns. Class of 2011. Younger brother of Snow College running back Sam Langi. You Tube Link

Charles Perkins (Collins Hills-Suwanee, GA) 6’1, 205, Jr

Second Team Region 7-AAAAA. Rushed for 1,244 yards and 12 TDs as a junior. 2010 verbal commit to Georgia Tech.


Isi Sofele (Cottonwood-Salt Lake City, UT) 5’7, 160 Sr

First Team All State (4A), Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News. 4A MVP (Tribune). Ran for 1,916 yards and 30 touchdowns. He also caught 19 passes for 300 yards and another four touchdowns and was named 6A Region MVP. Hawai’i/Polynesia vs. Mainland All Star Game participant. Will attend Cal.


RECEIVERS

Morrell Presley (Carson, CA) 6’3, 207, Sr

Second Team All-American (Max Preps). First Team All-State (Cal-Hi Sports). First Team All State Division I (Max Preps). First Team All City (Los Angeles). First Team LA Times. First Team All Area Daily Breeze. 2009 Under Armour All-American All-Star Game participant. Had 35 catches for 605 yards and five touchdowns despite being injured. Enrolled at UCLA in January. You Tube Link


Levine Toilolo (Helix-La Mesa, CA) 6’8, 247, Sr

First Team All-State Division II (Max Preps). Third Team All-State (Cal-Hi Sports). First Team All-Section (San Diego), First Team All-San Diego (Union-Tribune). Caught 27 passes for 395 yards and 7 TDs and also played defensive end where he was an all league (Grossmont South) selection. Will attend Stanford. You Tube Link


ALL PURPOSE

John Timu (Jordan-Long Beach, CA) 6’1, 195, Jr

Long Beach Press Telegram “Dream Team.” Had 2,037 total yards (1395/642 rushing) and 20 TDs and was named Moore League Player of the Year in a league that includes Poly’s Iuta Tepa (UCLA), George Daily-Lyles (Hawai’i), Lazzari Middleton (Nebraska); and Lakewood’s Talia Crichton (Washington) and Trevor Erno (Arizona).


OFFENSIVE LINEMEN

Jon Halapio (St. Petersburg Catholic, FL) 6’4, 302, Sr

St Petersburg Times 2nd Team All-Suncoast, 1st Team All-Pinellas County. Will attend Florida.


Stan Hasiak (Kapolei, HI) 6’6, 320, Sr

Under Armour All-American All-Star Game participant. First Team All State (Honolulu Advertiser and Star Bulletin). Hawai’i/Polynesia vs. Mainland All Star Game participant. Will attend UCLA.


John Martinez (Cottonwood-Salt Lake City, UT)

Under Armour All-American All-Star Game participant. First Team All-State (4A) selection by Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News. Hawai’i/Polynesia vs. Mainland All Star Game participant. Brother Keni Kaufusi will attend California. Will attend USC. You Tube Link


Michael Philipp (Arroyo Valley-San Bernardino, CA) 6’4, 295, Sr

First Team All-State DI (Cal-Hi Sports). First Team All State DI (Max Preps), First Team All CIF-SS (Central Division). First Team Los Angeles Times, PE Riverside All Area First Team, First Team San Bernardino Sun. Brother Hans plays defensive tackle at Arizona. Will attend Oregon State.


Xavier Su’a-Filo (Timpview-Provo, UT) 6’4, 285, Sr

Max Preps All-American (Second Team), Under Armour All-American All-Star Game participant. First Team All-State (4A) selection by Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News. 4A MVP Selection by Deseret News, Provo Daily Herald Elite 11 Selection. Hawai’i/Polynesia vs. Mainland All Star Game participant. Will attend UCLA.


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