Jentsch leads area players on All-Brazos Valley honor team

David, Skubal represent Rockdale in area’s best


Patrick David Patrick David Milano’s John Jentsch continues to rack up the post-season honors and was named first-team on the Bryan- College Station Eagle All-Brazos Valley squad.

Jentsch, who was a first-team All-State selection at two positions, was chosen first-team for Brazos Valley.

Jentsch—All-State at defensive line and punter—was the second team punter on the Brazos Valley team.

Jentsch was named first-team all-state after recording 35 solo tackles and 32 assists with 20 tackles for losses.

The 6-foot-4, 245-pound bruiser had 18 quarterback pressures, caused six fumbles and recovered six fumbles (one for a touchdown).

Jentsch also def lected three passes and averaged 41.3 yards per punt and placed 12 kicks inside the 20.

Rockdale was represented by senior wide receiver Cody Skubal on the second team.

The revamped Rockdale offense, in need of a go-to player, got one in Skubal, who had 52 receptions for 910 yards and scored 10 touchdowns.


John Jentsch John Jentsch Rockdale senior lineman Patrick David made the all-academic team with a 4.0 grade point average, which is first in his class.

Jentsch’s teammates, junior linebacker Dominique Messer and senior offensive lineman Tyler Endsley, were also second team selections.

With 146 tackles (70 solos, 76 assists), Messer added six fumble recoveries (one of a touchdown) and four caused fumbles. He had two sacks, 10 quarterback hurries and an interception.

A two-way all-district player who had 74 tackles on defense, the 291-pound senior Endsley was a key blocker for a bi-district championship team that averaged 297 yards per game.

Cameron had two players on the team, defensive lineman Edgar Luna (first team) and offensive lineman Josh Smitherman (second team).


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