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Originally published Tuesday, September 1, 2009 at 9:05 PM

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Seattle Times preseason all-state team

All-state preseason teams, 3A and 4A

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QB Jake Heaps Skyline, Sr., 6-2, 205

Two-time state champ has never lost a game as a starter.

RB Grant Gellatly Issaquah, Sr., 5-10, 185

The catalyst of last year's Class 4A runner-up returns.

RB Larry Dixon Olympic, Sr., 5-10, 210

Has more than 3,500 yards, 31 TDs past two seasons.

WR Kasen Williams Skyline, Jr., 6-2, 200

College coaches say he could start in BCS conference now.

WR Mitch Saylor Union (Van.), Sr., 6-6, 205

Tall target helped lead Titans to Class 3A title game in '08.

TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins Gig Harbor, Jr., 6-7, 245

Florida, Cal among those chasing monstrous prospect.


OL Maxx Forde Woodinville, Sr., 6-4, 250

Athletic D-I prospect is focal point on offense and defense.

OL Colin Porter Bothell, Sr., 6-4, 300

Transfer from Redmond helps give Cougars a legit O-line.

OL Ben Riva O'Dea, Sr., 6-7, 285

Husky commit has great footwork and benches his weight.

OL Jase Butorac Skyline, Sr., 6-4, 280

He has been the one guarding Heaps' blind side.

OL Mike Marboe Wenatchee, Sr., 6-3, 280

When it comes to centers, he's at top of state's class.

DL Sione Potoa'e Lakes, Sr., 6-3, 285

USC trying to change mind of Husky commit.

DL Julious Moore Bellevue, Sr., 6-0, 255

UCLA commit makes it tough to run on Wolverines.

DL Michael Hartvigson Bothell, Sr., 6-6, 240

Husky recruit has a future as a DE or a receiving TE.

DL Aaron Dunn Mead (Spokane), Sr., 6-6, 235

Talented two-way player leads one of state's top defenses.

LB Anthony DeMatteo Skyline, Sr., 6-0, 200

You don't want to bring out the mean streak in returning all-state LB.

LB Darius Waters Lakes, Sr., 6-2, 215

Is it obvious yet that Lakes has some serious talent this year?

LB Taylor Nelson Union (Van.), Sr., 6-2, 225

Top Vancouver-area player last season.

DB Chris Young Auburn, Sr., 6-1, 220

Future Husky is like a Mac truck patrolling secondary.

DB Jamaal Kearse Lakes, Sr., 6-2, 210

Will follow older brother Jermaine to Washington.

DB Blair Bomber Lynden, Sr., 5-9, 170

Wazzu recruit was integral to 2A state-title team last fall.

DB Michael Berry Rainier Beach, Sr., 6-0, 160

Few receivers get behind this track star.

K Kelyn Rowe Federal Way, Sr., 5-7, 170

There's no better with combo of distance and accuracy.

P Stuart Jergensen Camas, Sr., 5-10, 170

Accurate kicker with a booming leg is also a top soccer player.

* Colten Williams Mt. Spokane, Sr., 5-11, 177

Dangerous returner also compiled more than 1,000 yards of total offense in '08.

* All-purpose selection

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