Now that we've made it through all 11, here is a quick recap of the players who made our list... Mike Felton, RB/DB, South WesternTanner Klinefelter, QB, Red LionKaden Hepler, QB, West YorkDavid Telp, DE, Red LionTyler Fitzkee, RB/LB, Bermudian SpringsBrett Smith, QB/S, Delone CatholicJalil Ford, WR/DB, Central YorkTanner Link, RB/LB, DoverAlex Cooley, RB/LB, Eastern YorkIsaac Dori, OL/DL, LittlestownJerrin Toomey, WR/S, West York And as a bonus, I've profiled a few players who barely missed the cut for our preseason 11. We'll call them honorable mentions. Check them out after the jump. Mike Lopresti, LB, Dover The rising senior was a tackling machine for the Eagles last fall, racking up a team-high 132. That works out to 12 tackles a game. Not too shabby. With the bulk of Dover's 2010 squad back for another go, the Eagles should be a tough group to play. Matt Lehr, RB, York Catholic Injuries thrust the soon-to-be junior into the starting tailback spot last fall. Lehr responded just fine -- he ran for a team-best 1,134 yards and 10 touchdowns. The question this year: Who's going to block for him? The Fighting Irish were hammered by graduation, including along the offensive line. You'd have to expect teams will be keying on Lehr this time around. Brody Kern, OL/DL, West York The 6-foot-3, 276-pound junior cemented his spot in the Bulldogs lineup as a sophomore and was an honorable mention on the Pennsylvania Football News' Class AAA all-state team. Now a year older -- and more importantly, a year stronger -- you'd have to think Kern excels even more this season. Whoever plays quarterback for Littlestown The Thunderbolts and coach Mike Lippy have quite the history of producing prolific signal callers. Matt Zuber posted huge numbers in 2009 in his lone season as a starter (1,887 yards, 23 TDs). Last season, Austin Reynolds nudged the bar even higher (2,069 yards, 23 TDs). So who is next in line? Most likely Dustin Crouse, who got some varsity reps last fall as a sophomore.

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