The 5-foot-11, 190-pound senior topped Danny Woodhead's Class A rushing record. The three-year starter, whose record was 31-5, ran for 5,231 yards, including 2,295 this season.
Want an indication of the 6-foot-2, 225-pound Nebraska recruit's ability? He returned an interception 97 yards for a touchdown and made 119 tackles. On offense, the senior ran for 1,237 yards and 18 touchdowns at running back.
The 5-foot-8, 150-pound senior set the Class A single-season record with 15 field goals (in 19 attempts) and was 58 of 58 on extra points. His field goals were the difference in a pair of wins against Millard South, the second in the state semifinals.
The 6-foot-2, 285-pound senior committed to Iowa last summer, making him the first FBS recruit for Jaguars coach Mike Speirs. Bazata had nine sacks and 11 tackles for losses. He's the only eight-man player on the first team.
The 6-foot, 165-pounder averaged 45.1 yards on 30 punts for the team that he quarterbacked the past three seasons to Class C-1 state titles. The senior also did much of the Knights' place-kicking and threw for 1,878 yards and 26 touchdowns.
The 6-foot-5, 275-pound Junior Jays' offensive lineman, a senior, was a two-year starter. He was their long and short snapper and a team captain.
The 5-foot-11, 175-pound junior is a playmaker on both sides of the ball, totaling five interceptions, 13 pass breakups and 38 solo tackles. On offense, he caught 51 passes for 843 yards and scored 13 touchdowns.
The 6-foot-1, 280-pound senior came up with 14 sacks and 19 overall tackles for losses among his 33 unassisted tackles. Had 13 assists and seven hurried passes and caused two fumbles.
The 6-foot-0, 175-pound junior became the most prolific passer in Class A history and was the first big-school quarterback to average more than 300 passing yards a game. He tied the 11-man state record with 37 touchdown passes.
The 6-foot-2, 210-pound junior is the third Fisher brother to make All-Nebraska. Had the second-most tackles in the Mustangs' secondary while playing a key role in their offense. Scored the winning touchdown in the state final on a 46-yard pass play.
The 5-foot-11, 225-pound senior, a two-year starter at center for the Patriots, was All-Metro as a junior. "He was our best offensive lineman," Millard South coach Andy Means said.
The 6-foot-5, 275-pound senior came to the state as a Husker commitment and leaves in January to play for LSU. "He is a beast," Millard North coach Fred Petito said. Of his 98 tackles, 14 were for losses.
The 5-foot-9, 165-pounder was nominated by coaches at three positions. The junior caught 46 passes for 775 yards and eight touchdowns while setting the Class A single-game record with 282 receiving yards against Creighton Prep.
"He was a one-man wrecking crew," Bison coach Jeff Gross said of the 6-foot-1, 195-pound senior. Twenty of Schlager's 66 solo tackles were for losses. He recorded seven sacks, blocked six kicks and had four takeaways.
The 5-foot-9, 175-pound Strong the first sophomore on the All-Nebraska team since Danny Woodhead rushed for a school-record 1,892 yards with 22 touchdowns. He finished with 157 yards and a touchdown in the state final.
The 6-foot-1, 180-pound junior, a two-year starter on both sides of the ball, caught 61 passes for a school-record 1,089 yards and 13 touchdowns as the Junior Jays reached the state semifinals. Urzendowski also had three takeaways on defense.
The 5-foot-9, 175-pound senior overcame injuries to set the Knights' career rushing record with 3,366 yards. He tallied 1,134 yards and 15 touchdowns as the defending Class A champs made it to the state quarterfinals.