All-Bay Area News Group high school football 2022: Athletes

All-Bay Area News Group high school football 2022: Athletes

The Bay Area News Group is recognizing the top high school football players in its coverage area from the 2022 season.

We have separated the honorees into eight position groups: Quarterbacks, receivers/tight ends, defensive backs, running backs, linebackers, utility players, athletes, defensive linemen, offensive linemen and kickers/punters.

We have chosen an overall player of the year, county players of the year and a coach of the year.

The team was selected by members of our high school sports staff.

Here are the all-Bay Area News Group athletes:

First team

Will Augenstein, Branham, 6-3, 200, senior

BVAL Santa Teresa-Foothill Division most valuable player led Branham to the league title and a CCS final with an epic dual-threat QB season. Threw for 2,049 yards and 22 touchdowns and ran for 2,171 yards and 30 TDs.

Nate Bell, Liberty, 5-10, 180, senior

Bay Valley Athletic League’s co-MVP and first-team quarterback led a team that averaged 35.3 points per game. Threw for 1,785 yards and 19 touchdowns and ran for 790 yards and 14 TDs. Bound for Eastern Washington.

Brandon Broch, Bellarmine, 6-1, 185, senior

LB/TE was named first-team all-West Catholic Athletic League as he helped Bellarmine reach the 3-A state championship game. Had 149 tackles, 24 for loss, 2.5 sacks and two interceptions. Ran for a touchdown.

Jabari Mann, Serra, 6-0, 200, junior

West Catholic Athletic League junior of the year stood out as a linebacker and short-yardage ballcarrier. Averaged 6.7 tackles per game and ran for six TDs as Serra won WCAL and CCS Division I titles.

Jaylen Thomas, Los Gatos, 6-0, 170, junior

WR/DB/P was the PAL/SCVAL De Anza Division’s most valuable player as he helped lead the Wildcats to the league title. Averaged nearly 50 yards receiving per game and scored 11 TDs. Intercepted two passes.

Second team

Christian Aguilar, Clayton Valley, 6-1, 170, senior

East Bay Athletic League Mount Division co-offensive MVP. Threw for 3,202 yards and 25 touchdowns, completing 66.9% of his passes. Helped the Ugly Eagles reach the NCS Division I final.

Jordan Fuentes, Live Oak, 5-11, 155, senior

RB/LB was the Blossom Valley Athletic League Mt. Hamilton Division co-MVP. Accumulated 1,758 yards from scrimmage and 18 touchdowns. Had 62 tackles, one sack and two fumble recoveries.  

Keala Keanaaina, St. Francis, 6-0, 185, senior

DB/RB was an all-West Catholic Athletic League first-team pick. Rushed for 631 yards and four touchdowns. Had two interceptions on a team that went 6-1 in league play after starting the season 1-3. 

John Larios, Sequoia, 6-3, 170, senior

PAL/SCVAL El Camino Division offensive player of the year was a dual-threat quarterback. Threw for 19 touchdowns with only one interception and ran for 557 yards and six touchdowns. 

Jeaden Underwood, The King’s Academy, 5-7, 185, junior

RB/DB was the PAL/SCVAL El Camino Division’s most valuable player. Rushed for 1,312 yards and 14 touchdowns as TKA won the league title. Caught two TD passes. Also returned a kickoff, an interception and a fumble for touchdowns.

Honorable mention

Anthony Alonzo, Oakland Tech, senior

Zachary Card, Pittsburg, senior

Mathias Legrand Carrillo, Overfelt, senior

Dean-Taylor Chapman, Moreau Catholic, senior

Joshua “Bam” Oludayo, Oakland, junior

A’Jhuan Parker, Alameda, junior

Gus Parker St. Ignatius, senior

Ty Richardson, Menlo School, senior

JoJo Salazar, Skyline, senior

Maulidi Saleh, Wilcox, junior

Giancarlo Selvitella, San Mateo, senior

Wyatt Smith, St. Patrick-St. Vincent, senior

Justice Toavalu, Archbishop Mitty, senior

Evan Usher, Woodside, sophomore

Joey Villaroman, Serra, senior

Jayden Weber, Serra, senior  


Monday, Jan. 9


Offensive linemen

Defensive linemen


Tuesday, Jan. 10

Utility players


Running backs

Wednesday, Jan. 11

Defensive backs

Wide receivers/tight ends

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