"Our guys bought into this year. If you take care of yourself and your team, the individual honors will come. Jermodd is a guy that is so fast and physical at that linebacker spot, he really does play sideline to sideline.
"Teague was one of our leaders on both sides of the ball and really helped some of the younger linemen come around. Scott is a guy that has the ability to kick at the next level, but still always trying to find ways to get better every week. Iziah Hill, that's somebody I've been saying since August is as good an athlete as I've ever had."
State runner-up Keyser, along with Bridgeport, Braxton County and Bluefield each had a pair of first-team selections.
For the Golden Tornado, Drew Roy was picked as an offensive lineman and Danny Fife (43 tackles) is on the defensive unit as a linebacker.
Bridgeport was represented by Brett Hathaway at running back and Cameron Stanley at linebacker. Hathaway, a first-team selection last year in Class AAA, ran for 1,448 yards and 14 touchdowns. Stanley led the Indians with 84 tackles.
Braxton County's Jacob Yanero (defensive utility) and Wyatt Lucas (offensive line) made the team.
Yanero, who ran for 1,542 yards with 16 touchdowns and threw for 512 yards and six scores, was also one of the Eagles' top defenders, with 90 stops. Lucas, a four-year starter, was the heart and soul of the line on both sides of the ball.
Bluefield's Montel Leggett was picked as a first-team running back, while D.J. Edwards is at defensive back.
Joining Hill at receiver is Frankfort's Thane Cutter (42 receptions, 980 yards, nine TDs). Scott's Dakota Ball and Ritchie County's Sam Hall fill out the first-team offensive line. Joining Wagner on the first-team defensive line are Oak Glen's Preston Murray (53 tackles, 12 TFL) and River View's Brandon Thomas.
In addition to Garrett, Hodge, Stanley and Fife, Ravenswood's Brad Titus (150 tackles) is a first-team linebacker. Titus also set the school record for career tackles.
Liberty (Harrison) senior Ty Noss (68 tackles, two interceptions) and Mingo Central's Joe May (49 tackles, four INTs) join Edwards in the defensive backfield.
The first-team punter is Philip Barbour's Tyler Schiefelbein, who had a 38.6 yard average.
Keyser running back Blake Ravenscroft is the captain of the second-team offense, while Bluefield defensive back Johnny Davis captains the second-team defense.
Other second-team offense selections are: Frankfort quarterback Gage Shaffer, Sissonville running back Trent Stowers, Wyoming East running back Jacob Summe, Wayne offensive lineman Yosef Finton, Clay County offensive lineman Zach White, Scott offensive lineman Caleb Linville, Robert C. Byrd offensive lineman Isaiah Holyfield, Independence offensive lineman Harold Messenger, Lincon receiver Ty Seibel, Roane County receiver Tyler King, Robert C. Byrd utility player Ben D'Annunzio and Bluefield kicker Justin Mariotti.
The rest of the second-team defense consists of Keyser's Josh Coffman, Weir's Darren Daldwin, Wayne's Dwight Blankenship, Fairmont Senior's Andrew Summers and Nicholas County's Austin Hill at defensive line.
Roane County's Josh Ash, Ritchie County's Bryce Powell and Wayne's Nathan Spurlock are the linebackers. Joining David at defensive back are Summers County's Isiah Brown, Westside's Nick Elswick and Philip Barbour's Dillon Newman.
The second-team punter is Bridgeport's Troy Anderson.