There was scant surprise that state champion Bratt Northview led the way on the Class 1A all-state football team released this week.
The Chiefs had 10 overall selections, eight of them first- or second-team choices and two honorable mention picks.
Also raising some eyebrows in the region, 19 players represented nine area schools.
Leading the way with three selections each were Bozeman, Holmes County, Chipley and Liberty County. Blountstown and Graceville each had two and Port St. Joe, Cottondale and Franklin County one apiece.
Bozeman, which won a school record eight games, was paced by first-team linebacker Chandler Burkett. Quarterback Jacob Martinez was named to the second-team offense and place-kicker Jordan Burns made second team. All are seniors.
Liberty County had a pair of first-teamers, offensive lineman Jesse Williams and Alex Marlowe, an all-purpose back chosen for the utility position on defense. Michael Robinson made the second-team defense at cornerback.
For Chipley, punter Fletcher Dilmore was named to the first-team defense, and running back Kobe McCrary was second team as well as offensive lineman Cole Western.
Holmes County was represented by Kodi Russ, second team as utility on defense, and honorable mention choices Jacky Miles at quarterback and Ty Russ at wide receiver.
Blountstown landed first-team linebacker Javakiel Brigham and honorable mention quarterback Hunter Jordan, both underclassmen, and Graceville had honorable mention choices Rasheed Campbell at running back and Jared Padgett at defensive back.
Cottondale senior linebacker Elijahaun Jackson made the first-team defense. For Port St. Joe, running back Jarkice Davis was honorable mention, as was Dwayne Griggs for Franklin County.