The head coaches of the Citrus Belt League met last night at the Redlands High School football office to vote on the All-Citrus Belt League football team. Here is the outcome of the voting:
Quarterback: Eric Shufford, Miller; Mike Stallone, Redlands.
Jesse Riley, REV; Darryl Miller, Redlands; Devante Lewis, Miller; and Dylan Malone, Yucaipa.
Juwon Bell, Miller; Kadyn Glass, Redlands; Auston Forsythe, REV; Albert Jackson, Eisenhower.
Blake Braun, REV
Andres Ronquillo, Miller; Jordan Smith and Jared Layel, Redlands; Tyler Kriest, Yucaipa; Dominique Robertson and Edmund Faimalo, REV.
Devon Lewis, REV; Justin Sedivy, REV; Jordon Morris, Yucaipa; John Siliga, Redlands.
Jamal Wilson, Miller; Paul Gonzales, Redlands; Josh Peterson, REV; Steven Hinshaw, Yucaipa.
Trevor Douglass, REV; Zach Relya; John Baker, Redlands.
Josh Armstrong, REV; Kendall Chambliss, Miller; Taylor Fernandez, REV; Eric Llamas, Redlands; Antwione Holmes, Fontana.
Dallas Alexander, Yucaipa
Angel Rameriz, Fontana.
-Redlands also had 5 players named to the 2nd Team All-CBL. Those players are DaShawn Iverson (Sr. WR), Siala Siliga (Jr. OL), Matt Guizar (So. DL), Anthony Aguila (So. LB), and Aaron Kelley (Jr. DB).
-Jordan Smith, John Siliga, and Kadyn Glass were all voted as a unanimous decision, meaning all 6 coaches in the league voted them first team. That allows them to be placed on the ballot for the All-CIF Inland Division team. Also, these three players were invited to play in the San Bernardino vs. Riverside County All Star Game to be played on January 8th.
-John Siliga is now up to three official offers from Portland State University, Sacramento State University, and Gardner Webb University located in North Carolina. All offers right now are from FCS schools and are full ride offers. Congratulations to John.
-Jordan Smith, who as of right now is a verbal commitment to San Diego State University, will be taking his official visit there this weekend. He will be able to hang out with former and future teammate, Jordan Thomas, a Terrier alumn, who just finished his freshman season at SDSU.
Congratulations to all of the players on a great season.