A strong lineman, both on the offensive and defensive side, he helped make Andale (11-1) a formidable offensive team.
The Trojans’ best lineman for an offense that averaged 30 points a game and went undefeated in the regular season.
Goolsby, a two-time All-Metro selection who has made an oral commitment to Florida, consistently drew defensive attention, but when he got the ball on a pass or a punt return, he was tough to bring down. Had 38 catches for 613 yards and 11 touchdowns.
A three-time All-Metro selection, he was a force on a line that helped the Panthers (12-1) become a potent offense, both in the run game (3,125 rushing yards) and the passing game (1,460).
A physical lineman, Lantz helped lead Kapaun to the Class 5A semifinals for the first time since 1990.
Lungwitz had 1,975 passing yards, completing 152 of 252 passes with 28 touchdowns and just five interceptions. Had six touchdowns, five passing, in five overtime playoff loss.
Only missed one point-after attempt, kicked the winning field goal against Maize South and made 6 of 11 field goals, including a 47-yarder.
Had 2,232 rushing yards and 27 touchdowns on 296 carries. Set Mulvane records for touchdowns, yards in a season and a game. Ran for 345 against Collegiate in first round win in the 4A playoffs.
Had 2,438 rushing yards on 174 carries, an average of 14 yards per carry. Had 524 yards and seven touchdowns in a win over El Dorado. Also had 88 tackles, six for loss, and four interceptions.
A speedster with good hands, Stewart had 750 receiving yards on 43 catches and 11 yards. Helped lead Maize to the Class 6A playoffs with seven wins.
Right tackle who was the key on the line for an offense that threw for 2,921 yards and also had a nearly 2,000-yard rusher.
Had 1,670 rushing yards on 191 carries with 18 touchdowns, setting Maize career and season touchdown records. Had a season-high 399 rushing yards on 19 carries and five touchdowns against Goddard.
Three-time All-Metro selection, led Heights to 6A quarterfinals. A physical presence on the line, had 54 tackles, nine for loss and two sacks.
An athletic, tough linebacker who consistently caused offenses problems and led North to two straight playoff berths. Had 97 tackles, 13 1/2 for loss.
Covered the field from sideline to sideline. Helped Derby win Class 6A title, holding opponents to three first-half touchdowns in the final 12 games. Led Derby with 69 solo tackles, 19 tackles for loss and three sacks.
Led Carroll to a 10-1 record, the City League title and a 23-game win streak. Had 23 tackles, five tackles for loss and five sacks.
A two-way player, who also ran for 721 yards, he had 107 tackles, eight for loss, three sacks, two interceptions and two defensive touchdowns for Crusaders (10-2).
Knoblauch, who had 1,753 rushing yards and 24 touchdowns, led Andale’s defense with 55 solo tackles and 35 assists.
Had 67 tackles, 13 for loss and six sacks as he led a defensive line that routinely wreaked havoc en route to the Class 5A semifinals.
Had 174 tackles, six interceptions, a fumble recovery and three defensive touchdowns for the Mavericks (8-2).
Led West to first playoff berth in 11 seasons. Had 78 tackles, five interceptions and a defensive touchdown. Also rushed for 801 yards and had 356 receiving yards.
Had planned to focus solely on wrestling, but decided to come out for football and then made opponents wish he hadn’t. He had 63 tackles, 32 for loss and 11 sacks.
Stevens was a consistent presence at punter, where he averaged 43 yards a punt.
A hard-hitting defensive back, Young had the speed to track down any receiver on a pass play or get to the line and make the stop. Had 44 solo tackles, six for loss, two sacks and three interceptions.
Clark led Derby to its first Class 6A title since 1994 and first title game appearance since 2002. Derby won its final 12 games, only giving up three first-half touchdowns in that period.
The VarsityKansas.com All-Metro teams recognize the best players in team sports in Sedgwick, Harvey and Butler counties. Beat writer Joanna Chadwick sends nomination ballots to coaches within those counties, and coaches are asked to nominate the best players they saw, including their own.
Chadwick selects the football team by position, based on those nominations and her own evaluation of players. The VarsityKansas.com Top 11 team, recognizing Kansas’ top players, will appear online Friday and in Sunday’s Wichita Eagle.