Wolverines Rewarded for Record Breaking Season

Wolverines Rewarded for Record Breaking Season

The San Bernardino Valley College football team had a record setting season on the field, and its players were rewarded with postseason honors.

The California Community College Football Coaches Association selected offensive lineman Kellee McPeck as first team All-American. The 6-5, 315 pound graduate of Redlands was a force up front for the Wolverines, and has had scholarship offers from across the country.

The Wolverines had six players named to the All-California Region 4 team. Quarterback Armando Herrera (Redlands East Valley), who has committed to Texas A&M Commerce, was named the Region 4 Offensive Player of the Year, after a season that saw him throw for a single-season record 3,262 yards and 44 touchdowns. Also selected on offense was wide receiver DeJuan Moon (San Bernardino Cajon), who had 29 catches for 737 yards and 14 touchdowns on the season. McPeck was also named on the team.

On the defensive side of the ball, defensive lineman Edward Berry (Ridge Community - Davenport, Fla.) was selected after he racked up 34 tackles and four sacks on the season. Joining him was free safety Jeffrey James (Olympia – Orlando, Fla.), who had 56 tackles in the secondary and two interceptions. Running back Jeffrey Proctor (Munster, Ind.) was named to the first team as a kickoff returner. Proctor, who has committed to Illinois State, had the first 100-yard kickoff return in school history in 2018 – and two returns for touchdowns – while averaging 38.2 yards per return opportunity.

The Wolverines had seven players named to the American Division Mountain Conference first team, as well. Herrera was named the conference Offensive Player of the Year, and was joined on the offensive side by McPeck, Moon, center Kory Butcher and offensive lineman Chris Nassau. Berry, James and Proctor also earned first-team honors on the defensive side.

Second team selections for all conference included: Dominic Young (who was honored as both kicker and punter), Proctor (for running back), wide receiver Elijah Smith, defensive end Donovan Ferguson, linebacker Shaylan Lewis, linebacker Jermain Calhoun, linebacker Zach Stauffer, and cornerback Wesley Smith.

Coach Daniel Algattas was named the conference's coach of the year.