Guillermo a finalist for Mr. Football

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Height: 6-3   Weight: 285   Hometown: Maryville, TN (Maryville HS)   Class: 2012

From the Tennessean:

The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association presents the Mr. Football award to the top back and lineman in five classifications and also recognizes the state's top kicker. The awards are based on nominations from coaches and media members from across the state, with a media committee selecting the finalists and winners.

Brentwood Academy has two of the DII-AA lineman finalists -- Woody Baron and Graham Shuler Graham Shuler
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. BGA's C.J. Beathard and Ensworth's Corn Elder are among the DII-AA back finalists.

Maplewood's Ladarius Vanlier is a Class AA back finalist and Blackman's I'Tavius Mathers is a Class AAA back finalist.

The finalists:

Lineman: Class A -- Coltin Blevins, South Pittsburg; Tyler Coen, Gordonsville; Boston Ray, Wayne Co. Class AA -- Jamel Hall, Greeneville; Jarod Henderson, Austin-East; Terrell Rollins, Greeneville; Class AAA -- Brett Dillard, Mt. Juliet; Jay Guillermo Jay Guillermo
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Maryville, TN

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, Maryville; Andrew Jelks, Henry Co. DII-A -- Brewer Congleton, Knoxville Webb; Chase Hensley, USJ; Brandon Hill, St. George's; DII-AA -- Woody Baron, Brentwood Academy; Barrett Gouger, Baylor; Graham Shuler, Brentwood Academy.

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