Vote for Football-Defensive Players of the Year

Eds. note: Player of the Year is chosen by Herald staff members based on first-hand observations and voting by area coaches and fans. Voting ends Friday at noon.

C.J. Lat, Sr., LB, Lake Stevens HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: School-record 160 tackles, 6 sacks to lead Vikings to Wesco 4A North title

Nick Streubel, DL, Coupeville HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: Led 1A in sacks with 10 and linemen tackles with 76 in only eight games

Mosese Fifita, DL, Glacier Peak HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: 40 tackles, 11 tackles for a loss, 5 sacks on a defense that led Glacier Peak to Wesco 3A South title and held Wilson to 3 points in quad-districts.

Alex Gray, LB, Marysville Pilchuck HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: 58 tackles, 10.5 tackles for loss, 5 INT (2 pick-six), 7 pass defensed, 1 fumble recovery to lead Tommies to Wesco 3A title and spot at state

Kaleb Seymer, DB, Marysville Getchell HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: 26 tackles, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery, 4 pass defensed, 6 INT, 1 blocked PAT, 2 Def. TDs

Tristan Brock, LB, Mount Vernon

Stats: 86 tackles, 4 sacks, 4 INT, 3 fumbles caused, 3 fumble recoveries to lead defense that limited opponents to 18.4 ppg

Mac McLachlan, LB, Edmonds-Woodway HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: 69 tackles, 3 INT to lead Warriors defense that limited opponents to 19.7 ppg and won Wesco 4A South title and had two shutouts

Nick White, DB, Jackson HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: 86 tackles, 11 tackles for a loss, 3 INT (1 pick-six)

Brett Potter, ILB, Mountlake Terrace HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: 118 tackles, 6 tackles for loss to lead Hawks to the playoffs for second consecutive year

Jeff Harrison, DL, Lakewood HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: 68 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, 2 hurries and a fumble recovery to lead Cougars to a Cascade Conference title

Taylor Comfort, DL/LB, Sultan HIGHLIGHTS

Stats: 125 tackles, 27 tackles for loss, 1 INT; Cascade Conference Defensive MVP

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