Meet the players who earned second-team honors for Newsday's All-Long Island football team in 2016.
Ryan Aughavin, North Shore, QB, Sr.
He threw for 1,347 yards and led his team to the playoffs two straight years.
Sam Brown, Long Beach, QB, Sr.
He threw a school record 1,796 yards and 29 touchdowns.
Jim Morrell, Bellport, QB, Sr.
He threw for 1,276 yards and 15 TDs. He also rushed for 835 yards and 17 TDs.
Scott Sasso, Babylon, QB, Sr.
He rushed for over 1,000 yards and threw for 800 more in leading the Panthers to a 10-1 record.
Ryan Sheridan, Commack, QB, Sr.
He threw for 2,1237 yards and 18 touchdowns.
Corey Bull, Roosevelt, RB, Sr.
He rushed for 1,304 and 17 touchdowns in leading the Rough Riders to the Nassau III final.
Dashawn Meadors, Hempstead, RB, Jr.
He rushed for over 900 yards and nine touchdowns.
Christian Flowers, Wyandanch, RB, Sr.
He rushed for 1,246 yards and 17 touchdowns. He is the Warriors' first All-Long Island football player since 1993.
Tom Rohan, Wantagh, RB, Jr.
He led his team to a 12-0 record by rushing for 1,369 yards and 19 TDs.
Brandon Sobotker, North Babylon, RB, Sr.
He rushed for 1,831 yards and 26 touchdowns.
Umari Taylor, Holy Trinity, RB, Sr.
He rushed for 1,936 yards and 27 touchdowns.
Mike Valentino, Mepham, RB, Sr.
He rushed for 1,214 yards and 21 touchdowns.
Tyler DeMeo, Carey, WR, Sr.
He had 51 receptions for 813 yards and 15 TDs.
Cam Jordan, Half Hollow Hills West, WR, Sr.
He led Long Island in receiving yards with 943. He also scored 18 touchdowns.
Raquell Davis, Floyd, OL, Sr.
He is a two-time All-Long Island second team selection. Helped anchor Floyd's Suffolk I playoff title.
Tyler Elmore, Half Hollow Hills West, OL, Sr.
His team ran to his side the majority of the time in winning the Suffolk II title.
Christian Erkens, Farmingdale, OL, Sr.
One of the anchors for an offensive line that cleared the way for Thorp Award winner Jordan McLune.
Chris Fasano, Sachem North, OL, Sr.
His line play on both sides of the ball led the Flaming Arrows to a playoff berth.
Matt St. Jeanos, Massapequa, OL, Sr.
He was a consistent two-way, two-year starter. He was very fast for a big kid.
Joe Randazzo, Carey, DL, Sr.
He was a three-year starter (33 games) and the anchor to the line on both sides of the ball.
Matt Christina, Carle Place/Wheatley, DL, Sr.
He had 54 tackles and 6 sacks to lead the Wild Frogs to the Nassau IV final.
Charles Barsella, St. Anthony’s, LB, Sr.
He had led the Friars in tackles the last two seasons with over 100 each year.
Tyreek Bromley, Long Beach, LB, Sr.
He won the Piner Award as Nassau's best linebacker.
Gavin Casey, Wantagh, LB, Jr.
He was the cornerstone of the Warrior's defense that allowed only 70 points in 12 games.
Anthony DelNegro, Connetquot, LB, Sr.
Had a team leading 117 tackles, 11 for loss, three sacks and three interceptions. He also had 47 receptions for 553 yards and five scores.
Corey Hill, Farmingdale, LB, Sr.
He was a bulldozer of a blocking back and a leading tackler on the Dalers' defense.
Latrell Horton, Longwood, LB, Sr.
He had 96 tackles and rushed for over 1,200 yards and 16 touchdowns.
Drew Cestaro, West Islip, DB, Sr.
He had 57 tackles, 1 sack, 10 tackles for loss. He rushed for 991 and 1 TDs.
Tom Galgano, Bethpage, DB, Sr.
He led his team in tackles, rushing yards, and touchdowns.
Jake Kolar, Sayville, DB, Sr.
He had 67 tackles, 6 interceptions, and 3 forced fumbles. On Offense he had 36 receptions for 479 yards and 10 TDs.
Ed Munoz, Ward Melville, DB, Sr.
He had 57 tackles, 2 INTs, and a fumble recovery. As a receiver he had 37 receptions, 454 yards and 5 scores.
Tyler Ammirato, Miller Place, All-Purpose, Jr.
He had 1,394 rushing yards and 29 TDs.
John Corpac, Ward Melville, All-Purpose, Sr.
He had four KOR for touchdowns, 8 receiving touchdowns. He had 27 receptions for 378 yards. He scored 13 total touchdowns.
Kevin Murphy, Seaford, All-Purpose, Sr.
He had 31 receptions for 818 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Kevin DiCapua, West Islip, K, Sr.
He made all 44 of his PATs. He had six field goals. He also made 44 tackles at defensive end.