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American Family Insurance ALL-USA Defensive Player of the Year: Su'a Cravens

Louis Lopez, AP

Su'a Cravens was named the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Defensive Player of the Year.

Position: Defensive back
Height, weight: 6-1, 205 pounds
School: Vista Murrieta (Murrieta, Calif.)
Age: 17
College choice: Southern California

Details: Cravens led Vista Murrieta to a 13-1 record. He had 97 tackles (47 solo), four interceptions (three for touchdowns), eight sacks and three blocked punts (two for touchdowns). While playing running back part time, Cravens he ran for six touchdowns and had 26 catches and eight touchdowns. Brother Siaki is a senior defensive lineman at Hawaii.

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Favorite teacher: “Mr. (Dale) Sawyers (social science), because he keeps everything real and is funny.”

Best concert: Kendrick Lamar

Pro athlete I would like to meet: Arizona Cardinals defensive back Patrick Peterson

People don’t know: “I love to play Monopoly.”

Second-favorite sport: Basketball

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Last book I liked: “The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky.”

Could play me in my life story: “Will Smith.”

Season highlight: “My one-handed touchdown grab on fourth-and-goal against our rival, Chaparral (Temecula, Calif.).”

Post-football ambition: Be a broadcaster on ESPN

First car: Chevy Impala

Best H.O.R.S.E player in family: My older brother (Siaki). He doesn’t miss.

Most overplayed on my iPod: “When I Come Around” by Dom Kennedy

Meet the Offensive Player of the Year and fellow USC Commit Max Browne by clicking here.






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