Top Lineman For 2011

By WBNG News

November 27, 2011 Updated Nov 28, 2011 at 12:03 AM EDT

(WBNG Binghamton) Here's a look at the Top Lineman for 2011.

Some struggle in finding a standout lineman, but most section 4 coaches didn't hesitate when picking the class "D" winner.

Walton's Justin DiJiulio was on this squad last year, and he picks up his second silver football.

The 6-foot-4 center on the offensive line powered over opponents in clearing room for a dominating ground game.

Just a junior, Maine-Endwell's Tyler Shelepak is part of a big group coming back for more next year.

And I do mean big.

The 2-way tackle is 6-3 260, and an anchor on both sides of the ball.

After a slow start to the season, the fortunes of the Binghamton Patriots turned around when Noel Young and Quayshawn Parker began playing with the offense.

That simple a move gave more time to open up the Patriots offense, while the pair continued to dominate defensively.

Both varsity players their entire high school careers, their coach said one wouldn't fit here without the other.

In class "B" he has big shoes to fill, but big is not a problem.

Living up to the legacy of big brother DaQuan, DaShaun Jones is becoming just as dominant a force for the Johnson City Wildcats.

And in class "C" standing at 6-3 and 300 pounds, Isaiah Webb was tough to miss.

He was credited with 21 pancake blocks his senior season in leading a dominating ground game to an undefeated regular season.

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