Other coaches awards went to: Jaquez Parks (Best Offensive Player), Ronquerris Davis (Best Defensive Player), Jake Hornsby (Jim Cavan Award) and Trevon Sullivan and Ladarian Underwood (co-Steve Gibson Award).
Other top varsity awards went to: Nic Williams and Ryan Cochran (Big Team/Little Me Defense), Trey Willis (Big Team/Little Me Offense), Malik Miller (Scholar Athlete-Sophomore), Jaquez Parks (Scholar Athlete-Junior), Kennith Ogbo (Schol Athlete-Senior), Kenneth Ogbo (Most Improved D) and Quyleen Barham (Most Improved O).
More varsity awards went to: Marquavious Brownlee (Defensive Newcomer), Christian Owens and Jordan Colbert (co-Offensive Newcomer), Johnathan Frost (Specialist), Darquavious Mangham (Receiver), Devonta Freeman (running back), Montico Dodson and Richard Wilder (Defensive Back), Telly Sloan (Linebacker), Nhigel Phillips (Defensive Line) and Lander McCall (Offensive Line).
Junior Varsity Awards went to: Christan Hugely (Offensive Line), Edjerrin James (Defensive Line), Randall Hunt (Running Back), NiyKiem Floyd (Linebacker), Montavious Brown (Defensive Back), LeCarl Williams (Receiver), Armon Holston (Big Team/Little Me) and Noah Clowers and Javorius Clemmons (co-All Scout Team).
Freshman team awards went to: Ladarius Shoats (Defensive Line), Harold Cooper (Running Back), Jameer Owens (Offensive Line), Jaylon Harden (Defensive Back), R.J. Mills and Marquez Martin (co-Linebacker), Jamarcus Hixon (Receiver) and Caleb Carroll (Big Team/Little Me).
The Steve DeVoursney-coached Bears (9-2) finished atop the Region 4-AAAA Div. B standings in addition to extending the school-record streak of consecutive state playoff appearances to 12 years.