Meet the players who earned first-team honors for Newsday's All-Long Island football team in 2017.
Tommy Heuer, Oceanside, QB, Sr.
Threw for 3,122 yards and Nassau record-tying 38 TDs in leading Sailors to first LIC appearance.
Matt Sluka, Kellenberg, QB, Jr.
Ran for five TDs and passed for another in Firebirds' CHSFL AA championship game victory.
Dylan Laube, Westhampton, RB, Sr.
Set LI record for touchdowns in a season with 47 and led Hurricanes to Long Island championship.
Trevor Yeboah-Kodie, Garden City, RB, Jr.
Rushed for 1,264 yards and 26 TDs in leading Trojans to second straight Long Island championship.
Kevon Hall, Roosevelt, RB, Jr.
Led Nassau in rushing with 2,211 yards, averaged nine yards per carry and scored 23 TDs.
Owen Glascoe, Massapequa, WR, Sr.
Caught 36 passes for 613 yards, averaging 17 yards per catch, and 12 touchdowns.
Jake Lazzaro, Oceanside, WR, Jr.
Deep threat led LI with 1,067 receiving yards on 55 catches with 14 touchdowns.
Chester Anderson, Elmont, WR, Sr.
Athletic, big-play receiver had 63 catches for 956 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Dan Carroll, Sachem East, OL, Sr.
Two-way lineman was Flaming Arrows' most dominant player.
Andrew Chirico, Seaford, OL, Sr.
Anchored offensive line that carried team to a Long Island championship.
Matt Aloni, Plainedge, OL, Sr.
Long-snapper will attend Penn State.
Robert Fitzsimmons, Freeport, OL, Sr.
He was a devastating run blocker for the Red Devils.
Jim Regateiro, Half Hollow Hills West, OL, Sr.
He was a two-way impact player on the line.
Michael Scibelli, Oceanside, DL, Sr.
Part of a strong defensive line that was a big part of the Sailors' historic season.
Andrew DeSantis, Garden City, DL, Sr.
Returned from injury to provide leadership and big plays from DE and OLB.
Jack LaVache, Wantagh, DL, Sr.
Dominated line of scrimmage and made 12 tackles in county final vs. Lawrence.
Bryan Aguilar, Oceanside, LB, Sr.
High-energy, sideline-to-sideline player who also was a dangerous punt returner.
David Estrella, North Babylon, LB, Sr.
Hard-hitter on both sides of ball. Rushed for 2,095 yards and 26 touchdowns.
Liam McIntyre, Westhampton, LB, Jr.
Returned from broken hand to dominate on defense and provide key blocks for Dylan Laube.
Christian Rodas, Lawrence, LB, Sr.
Led Golden Tornadoes in tackles and was named Nassau III Player of the Year.
Ernesto Mitchell, Half Hollow Hills East, LB, Sr.
He recorded 14 tackles in pivotal win over North Babylon as one of Long Island's top linebackers.
George Wichelns, Connetquot, DB, Sr.
Knows how to cover receivers because he is a good one himself with 52 catches for 719 yards.
Ricky Conway, Lindenhurst, DB, Sr.
Important two-way player for LI champs who defended, rushed, caught passes and returned kicks.
Jason Seiter, Bethpage, DB, Sr.
Set a Nassau record with four interceptions in a game against Plainedge. Was also the Golden Eagles' starting quarterback.
Jeremy Ruckert, Lindenhurst, All purpose, Sr.
Dominated on offense (61 catches, 1,094 yards), defense (linebacker) and special teams (placekicker and punter).
Briant DeFelice, Farmingdale, K, Sr.
Set Nassau career record of 184 kicking points with 30 PATs and five field goals this season.
Suffolk Coach of the Year: Bill Parry, Westhampton
Guided the Hurricanes to a 12-0 record and their first Long Island Class III championship.
Nassau Coach of the Year: Rob Blount, Oceanside
Guided Sailors to 11-1 record and their first appearance in the Long Island Class I championship.