Xaverian, senior, DT/RB
Hurst recorded 51 tackles (23 for loss) and 11 sacks to anchor the Hawks’ defensive line. The 6-2, 290-pound Hurst also plowed for five touchdowns as a part-time running back. The Michigan-bound tackle finished with 21 career sacks, 131 tackles, and 7 forced fumbles.
Duxbury, senior, RB/DB
The speedy running back rushed for 1,242 yards and 23 touchdowns this season as Duxbury went 11-0 to win the Patriot Keenan, finishing his Green Dragons’ career with 2,000 yards and 37 touchdowns on the ground. Hurvitz plans to play football at Middlebury College in Vermont.
Lynnfield, senior, OL/DL
A four-year starter, Kibarian was the CAL/NEC Division 4 MVP after recording 49 tackles and six sacks at defensive end while anchoring the offensive line at center. He is bound for Holy Cross in the fall.
Lowell, senior, QB/DB
Latta threw for a school-record 25 touchdowns for 9-2 Lowell. He passed for more than 2,000 yards, and topped 700 yards rushing, with eight more scores. The National Honor Society member is undecided on college plans, but hopes to play baseball.
Roxbury Latin, senior, QB/CB
Lowrie was one of the most prolific passers in New England, throwing for 2,400 yards and 35 touchdowns while also rushing for 600 yards. The ISL MVP finished his career with 5,600 passing yards, 1,600 rushing yards, and 65 touchdowns. He has verbally committed to BC.
Masconomet, senior, DB/RB
Mann did anything to help propel the Chieftains to a CAL/NEC Division 3 title, finishing with 100 tackles, 2 interceptions, and 3 forced fumbles on defense while scoring 14 touchdowns on offense. He is a three-time league All-Star.
Duxbury, senior, LB/FB
The 210-pound linebacker anchored a defense that allowed an average of 11.3 points per game as Duxbury went 11-0 and won the Patriot Keenan title. McCarthy had 115 tackles this season, giving him 304 in his career with the Green Dragons. He also added 12.5 sacks this year.
BC High, senior, OT/OC
The 6-5, 285-pound guard paved the way for the Eagles’ potent running game and was named the Catholic Conference offensive lineman of the year. He will play football at the University of Virginia in the fall.
Bishop Stang, senior, QB/LB
A two-way force for the Spartans, McKeeman recorded 131 tackles and a pick at middle linebacker while racking up 1,427 yards of total offense after moving from running back to QB. The senior accounted for 11 of his team’s 16 touchdowns.
Everett, senior, OL
Montelus helped lead Everett to its third straight Super Bowl victory. Known for his pass-blocking ability, Montelus protected Jonathan DiBiaso during his record-setting campaign in 2011, but transitioned to Everett’s dynamic ground attack this fall. He will attend Notre Dame.
Westford, senior, WR/DB
Mount led the Grey Ghosts’ potent offense with 21 touchdowns while playing quarterback, running back, and wide receiver. The speedy senior finished his three-year varsity career with 44 touchdowns and 3,500 yards.
St. Sebastian’s, senior, WR/DB
O’Malley posted 21 receptions and nine touchdowns at receiver, played safety on the ISL’s top unit, kicked extra points, and returned kicks for a 9-0 squad. An honors student, he also plays lacrosse and hopes to play both sports at Amherst.
Burlington, senior, RB/DB
Alongside Anthony Cruz, O’Diah powered the Red Devils’ offense by running for 1,727 yards and 22 touchdowns as Burlington won the Middlesex Freedom title. The 6-foot, 185-pound back also ended his career as Burlington’s all-time leading rusher, totaling 3,672 yards.
Needham, junior, RB/S
The junior back rushed for 2,085 yards to lead the Riockets and his 26 touchdowns were the most in EMass Division 1. Panepinto, who will captain the Rockets in 2013, has committed to playing lacrosse at UMass-Amherst.
Brockton, senior, OT/DT
Previte was a mainstay on Brockton’s lines, and recorded 50 tackles this season. With the help of Previte, the Boxers’ defense allowed just 13.2 points per game. The 6-2 honor roll student plans to attend prep school in the fall.
Brockton, senior, QB/DB
Operating the Boxers’ triple option attack, Roberts rushed for more than 1,100 yards and 16 touchdowns, while passing for four scores to lead Brockton to the Division 1 Super Bowl. His season-best included 265 rushing yards against New Bedford to clinch the Big Three title.Continued...