Can you say Football City USA?
That's close to what RivalsHigh, a popular website devoted to high school sports did in announcing it's 2010 All-America football team.
The Offensive Player of the Year is Northwestern quarterback Justin Worley. South Pointe defensive end Jadeveon Clowney was named Defensive Player of the Year.
Dallas Jackson, the senior analyst for RivalsHigh, wrote: "It's a debate that rages every high school football season in the power states of Florida, Texas and California: Which state produces the best players?
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"This season, the answer is indisputable. It's South Carolina? Rock Hill, South Carolina, to be precise.
"Quarterback Justin Worley of Northwestern High was the obvious pick for Offensive Player of the Year after throwing for 5,315 yards and a state-record 64 touchdowns while leading his team to a 15-0 record and a state title.
"Worley is headed to the University of Tennessee.
"Defensive end Jadeveon Clowney of South Pointe High was just as easy a selection for Defensive Player of the Year. Ranked as the No. 1 recruit all season by Rivals.com, Clowney dominated by recording 29.5 sacks despite going against two or three linemen on every play. South Pointe went 13-2, losing in its state title game despite the final three sacks of Clowney's career.
"Clowney has not made a college decision but lists South Carolina, Clemson, Alabama, Florida State and LSU as his final five.''
The honors are the latest in a long list of postseason attention the players from rival schools have received.
Worley's honors include S.C. National Player of the Year; S.C. Gatorade Player of the Year; S.C. Football Coaches Association Back of the Year and The Herald's Offensive Player of the Year.
Clowney was named S.C.'s Mr. Football; USA Today's Defensive Player of the Year; S.C. Football Coaches Association Lineman of the Year and The Herald's Defensive Player of the Year.
Worley's and Clowney's honors made it easy to point out Rock Hill, but the site's final top 100 poll spoke well of South Carolina. Eight in-state schools made the list, including Northwestern, 15-0 and the Class AAAA Division II state champ, at No. 5.
The others are: Goose Creek (36), Byrnes (40), Dorman (41), Myrtle Beach (42), Greenwood (57), North Augusta (77) and South Pointe (82).