Cal-Hi Sports announced its all-state first-team football squad today, and the East Bay was heavily represented.
Antioch High’s Najee Harris, who was Cal-Hi Sports’ 2015 Mr. Football as a junior, is one of three running backs named to the squad. Harris, who is also the 2015 East Bay Football Player of the Year, rushed for 2,696 yards and 36 touchdowns in his outstanding season.
De La Salle, the 2015 CIF Open Division state champions, were represented by seniors Boss Tagaloa, Devin Asiasi and Antoine Custer.
Tagaloa, selected as a defensive lineman, had three tackles for a loss in the Open Division state championship game and finished the season with 30 solo tackles and 6.5 sacks.
Asiasi and Custer were selected as multi-purpose players. Asiasi had 17 catches for 311 yards and five touchdowns as a tight end, and 49 total tackles, including four sacks, as a defensive lineman. Custer rushed for 1,340 yards, averaging 9.8 yards per carry, and scored 15 touchdowns as a running back. He also had 37 total tackles and three interceptions with 107 return yards as a defensive back.
Tagaloa and Asiasi will announce their college choices early Wednesday afternoon on ESPN2. Custer announced on Facebook on Jan. 19 that he orally committed to Eastern Washington.