Along the offensive line joining Hackathorn are Cabell Midland's Cody Ballengee (6-0, 245 pounds), George Washington's David Smith (6-5, 300), Spring Valley's Trevor Stacy (6-5, 290) and Morgantown's Stone Wolfley (6-4, 238).
Receivers are Kendell Smith of Washington (63 catches, 1,034 yards, 12 touchdowns) and Ripley's Kade Harrison (44-988-11).
Shifty Martinsburg dual-threat quarterback Malique Watkins in the offensive utility player (232 carries, 1,790, 20 TDs rushing; 62 of 105 passing, 934 yards, 15 TDs) and Jefferson's Hunter Colbert is the kicker after booting eight field goals and 25 PATs in the Cougars' 10-game regular season.
Defensively, Nigel Cabell of Huntington, Tony Richardson of University, James Walton of Capital, the Hunt Award winner as the state's top lineman and Troy Walker, son of Martinsburg Coach Dave Walker, are the defensive linemen.
The linebackers include John Marshall's Trevor Hardesty, Huntington's Greg May, University's Jack Armstrong and defensive captain and Huff Award winner Geremy Paige of Wheeling Park. Paige, a senior, amassed 156 tackles, 12 sacks and two fumble recoveries for Park.
The Huntington duo of Clark Wilson and Nick Tubbs joins Lewis County's Brandon Moneypenny and University's Jack Armstrong as defensive backs and Hurricane's Zach Pate is the defensive utility player.
Parkersburg's Kyle Foster is the punter.
Kentre Grier, of South Charleston, is the second-team quarterback after the dual-threat sophomore led the Black Eagles to the first round of the playoffs. Grier passed for 2,244 yards, 29 touchdowns and six interceptions while rushing for 524 yards and six scores.
Wheeling Park's Savion Johnson (209-1,490-21), also a sophomore, Washington senior Colin Gustines (237-1,825-21) and Martinsburg junior Deamonte Lindsay (140-1,130-14) are the running backs and the receivers are Park's Eric Banks (46-791-8) and South Charleston's Kevin Forrest (49-870-10), the captain of the second-team offense.
The offensive line is made up of University's Clint Arbaugh, Morgantown's Amanii Brown, Hurricane's Mitch Fitzgerald, Spring Valley's Alex Locklear and Martinsburg's Daiveyon Monroe.
University's Travis Renner (154-852-9 rushing; 87-150-1,212-11 passing) is the offensive utility player and Zack Stevens of Huntington is the second-team kicker after making 51 PATs and kicking eight field goals.
One defense, Jaisson Dyer of Capital, Tyler Hayes of Cabell Midland, Wheeling Park's Chalmer Moffett and Huntington's Arick Hicks are the defensive linemen.
The linebackers are A.D. Cunningham of South Charleston, Eli Gates of Hedgesville, Zack Malone of George Washington and Chase Walton of Point Pleasant.
Morgantown's Alex Anderson, South Charleston's Marquel Hampton and Woodrow Wilson's Chase Hancock are the defensive backs.
The defensive utility player is George Washington's Jacob Jackson and Wheeling Park's Liam Casey is the punter.