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Gatorade announces Boys HS State PotY

Published: June 8, 2020

Gatorade announced the Boys High School State Players of the Year on Monday, highlighting players even though spring seasons never took place.

Below are the 51 honorees, with the District of Columbia included. Where applicable, a player's college soccer destination is listed in parentheses.

Gatorade Boys High School Soccer Players of the Year

Alabama: Tony Shaw, Vestavia Hills (Syracuse)

Alaska: Vaughn Simpson, West Valley (Colorado Mines)

Arizona: Francesco Montanile, Brophy Prep (UC Irvine)

Arkansas: Dylan Rice, Russellville (Central Arkansas)

California: Andrew Valverde, North (UCLA)

Colorado: Thad Dewing, Air Academy (Air Force)

Connecticut: Sammed Bawa, Taft School (North Carolina)

Delaware: Drew Blackwell, Salesianum (New Hampshire)

Districk of Columbia: Ryan Elie, Gonzaga

Florida: Santa Ihara, Montverde Academy (Duke)

Georgia: Vedad Kovac, Lassiter (Michigan State)

Hawaii: Johnnie Dodge, Punahou (Sonoma State)

Idaho: Jordan Sykes, Skyview

Illinois: Jack Finnegan, Brother Rice (Wisconsin)

Indiana: Chris Freeman, Zionsville

Iowa: Alan Kim, Cedar Rapids Kennedy (Marquette)

Kansas: Jony Munoz, Olathe West (Liberty)

Kentucky: Sota Ippongi, Henry Clay (Centre)

Louisiana: Zayne Zezulka, Dutchtown (Furman)

Maine: Bilal Hersi, Lewiston (Siena College)

Maryland: Benjamin Bender, Calvert Hall (Maryland)

Massashusetts: Khamari Hadaway, Northfield Mount Hermon (Princeton)

Michigan: Aidan O'Connor, Forest Hills Northern (Western Michigan)

Minnesota: Jameson Charles, Washburn (North Carolina)

Mississippi: Heath Flathau, Sacred Heart (UAB)

Missouri: Christian Kraus, Rockwood Summit (South Carolina)

Montana: Zachary Springer, Bozeman (Carroll (Mont.))

Nebraska: Parker Jeppson, Lincoln Southwest (Northern Illinois)

Nevada: Caden Buckley, Bishop Gorman (Santa Clara)

New Hampshire: Charlie Adams, Hanover (Brown)

New Jersey: Brendan McSorley, Delbarton School (Providence)

New Mexico: Gabriel Legendre, Cleveland (Fort Lewis)

New York: Yaya Bakayoko, Martin Luther King (North Carolina)

North Carolina: Landon Sloan, Heritage (Creighton)

North Dakota: Mason Stotz, Bismarck (Concordia-Moorhead)

Ohio: Kyle Folds, St. Ignatius (Indiana)

Oklahoma: Will Edwards, Jenks (Tulsa)

Oregon: Scott Gustafson, Ashland (Washington)

Pennsylvania: Dominic Reiter, Quaker Valley (Pittsburgh)

Rhode Island: Roy Barrios, Tolman

South Carolina: Ben Erkens, Wade Hampton (Clemson)

South Dakota: Suad Smajlovic, Roosevelt (Dubuque)

Tennessee: Brandon Parrish, Fairview (Clemson)

Texas: Mayno Linares, Alief Elsik (UAB)

Utah: Eli Nixon, Layton (Utah Valley)

Vermont: Cullen Swett, Champlain Valley Union (Vermont)

Virginia: Michael Meese, Lafayette (William & Mary)

Washington: Logan Oyama, Puyallup (Princeton)

West Virginia: Khori Miles, Robert C. Byrd (Alderson-Broaddus)

Wisconsin: Eliot Popkewitz, Verona (Wisconsin)

Wyoming: Joe Musselman, Buffalo

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