The Seattle Times announced its KingCo 4A All League football teams and the Wolves received five first-team selections highlighted by Jacob Kaufman's selection to both first-team offense and defense. Three players earned second-team honors and four players received honorable mention recognition.
Senior Jacob Kaufman was selected first team offense (center) and defense (noseguard) and Connor McCabe was honored as first-team punter, second-team defense (outside linebacker) and honorable mention offense (tackle). McCabe's punting of 38.5 net yards per punt was good for 10th in the state. Quarterback Mark Whitley's athleticism and versatility were recognized with a first team selection as "athlete". Whitley was one of the state's top dual threat quarterbacks finishing 29th in the state in passing yards (1155) and 31st in rushing yards (723) while compiling 23 total touchdowns. Whitley's 14 touchdown passes alone were good for 14th in the state.
Among players who are expected to return next year, guard Eric Plummer was selected first-team guard. Running back Daniel Bradley was second-team running back and Colin Booker was second-team defensive tackle with Parker Lester receiving honorable mention at wide receiver. Bradley finished 13th in the state averaging 113 yards per game on 5.8 yards per carry. Lester caught 29 passes on the season, good for 43rd in the state in the Wolves run-heavy offense.
Eastlake Wolves 2015 All Kingco selections
All KingCo 4A - First team Offense
Jacob Kaufman - Center
Eric Plummer - Guard
Mark Whitley - Athlete
All KingCo 4A - First Team Defense
Jacob Kaufman - Noseguard
Punter - Connor McCabe
Second Team Offense
Daniel Bradley - Running Back
Second Team Defense
Colin Booker - Defensive tackle
Connor McCabe - Outside Linebacker
John Monahan - Inside linebacker
Parker Lester - wide receiver
Connor McCabe - Offensive tackle
Carter Browning - safety