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Seniority rules on all-area offensive football team
Justin Sutton
JUSTIN SUTTON WAS A leader along both the offensive and defensive lines for the Camden Military Academy football team in 2011.
While the wins were far from what Kershaw County coaches, players and fans have become used to in the past, there was no shortage of outstanding individual performances on the football field this past season for the county’s four gridiron squads.The 2011 Kershaw County Coaches’ All-Area Football Team features a group of experienced players, comprised mainly of seniors with a few juniors mixed in. And, as for the younger players, they will have to wait their turn as there was nary a sophomore or freshman to be selected to the squad by a vote of the four head coaches.Here is your 2011 Kershaw County Coaches’ All-Area Football Team’s offensive unit: Quarterback – Grayson King, Jr., North Central – King was a player who improved with each passing week, especially in protecting the football both when he threw it and on those occasions when he tucked it away. He also made better decisions with the ball for the Knights … The second-year starter completed 83 passes for 1,110 yards and three touchdowns.