6-1, 340. Sr.
Edison had one of the biggest and most physical offensive lines in
Southern California, and Frost was right there leading the charge.
Frost's blocking helped the Chargers grind out drives and wear down
teams during a run to the CIF-SS Southwest Division championship. The
Sunset League coaches voted him the league's co-offensive lineman of the
6-0, 220, Sr.
Tafuna played with passion, drive and willed his team to victory at
times, including on the winning drive in Villa Park's 35-34 victory over
Tustin in the CIF-SS Southwest Division semifinals. Tafuna was the
Century League's player of the year after leading the Spartans to a
league title. Tafuna contributed at running back and linebacker. He was
among the county leaders with 1,429 yards and 28 TDs on 261 carries and
he delivered ferocious hits on defense.
6-0, 210, Sr.
When the Titans needed to keep a drive going in crunch time, they
turned to Tago and let him hammer away at an opponent. Tago proved he
could get those tough yards inside the tackles and he could use his
speed to break big runs. Tago, who was a first-team All-South Coast
League selection, rushed for over 100 yards in 10 of 11 games, he had
three games over 200 yards, including a 320-yard, four-TD effort against
El Toro. He finished with 1,784 yards and 20 TDs on 248 carries.
DL – David Maka, Tustin, Sr.
RB – Tala Teaupa, Newport Harbor, Sr.