Josh Aaron | LaPorte
Analysis: The school's career leader in goals (52), he had 17 goals and four assists in his final campaign. Even though he was the "marked man" in the lineup, Aaron still found a way to dent the back of the net with his offensive skills.
Yamen Atassi | Valparaiso
Analysis: The Times Player of the Year provided much more to his team than his seven goals and seven assists. In the preseason, Valparaiso coach Danny Jeftich described Atassi as the missing link -- Atassi missed most of last season due to injuries. One of the most skilled players on a talented roster, he provided leadership.
Alec Becker | Portage
Analysis: Served as a captain the last two seasons, and he totaled 10 goals and six assists as a senior. The two-time All-Duneland Athletic Conference pick played defense for over half of his prep career, but he proved this season that he can play at both ends of the pitch.
Billy Biehl | Chesterton
Analysis: Totaled 33 points in his breakthrough season. The talented 10th-grader is already receiving Division I looks. He might have been one of the most explosive offensive players in the area this season -- and he has two years remaining in his prep career.
Nick Cossyleon | Munster
Analysis: Cossyleon missed his entire junior season due to a torn ACL, but he came back in a big way for his final campaign. Cossyleon registered 17 goals and six assists this season in leading the Mustangs to their 11th straight sectional championship. The Mustangs will need to find offense from someone else next season.
Josh Crague | Lake Central
Analysis: One of the top forwards in Northwest Indiana, Crague was the unquestioned leader on a very young Lake Central team that upset Crown Point 5-4 in the first round of the Merrillville Regional. Crague also helped the Indians to their 10th consecutive sectional championship. His versatility on the field will be difficult to replace next season.
Daniel Curiel | Clark
Analysis: Curiel and Clark took Munster to the wire in the sectional championship, as the Mustangs had to win via shootout. That was no fluke, as Curiel also helped Clark to a tie of Andrean earlier this season. The Pioneers put extra focus on defense this season, and Curiel responded to become one of the best defenders in the state.
Mike Gore | Andrean
Analysis: Gore led the Northwest Crossroads Conference with 18 goals and 10 assists this season. showing great ability to feed the ball to a teammate as well as create scoring himself. Gore will be back next season, likely resuming his role as the go-to scorer for the 59ers.
Chase Holford | Valparaiso
Analysis: The stopper was the glue to the defensive wall, but he also provided offense when needed. Holford converted on a pair of penalty kicks, one that was the difference in a 1-0 regular-season win over Chesterton.
Evan Kattan | Munster
Analysis: Kattan earned first team all-district honors this season and was the main reason why Munster was able to capture its 11th straight sectional championship. As he did all season, Kattan came up big, stuffing three potential goals in the shootout session to defeat Clark.
Luke Kovar | Valparaiso
Analysis: He had eight goals and six assists, but he might have been the most versatile player in the Vikings' lineup. He played on offense most of the season, but an injury to Tommy Billings forced a move to sweeper. The defense didn't appear to skip a beat with Kovar's inclusion.
Ethan Lehnen | Valparaiso
Analysis: The DAC MVP made 55 saves and posted 11 shutouts. He also provided a boost in the regional, making a combined five saves in two shootout victories. Very athletic and a quick study, Lehnen made great strides between the pipes after returning to the sport as a sophomore.
Carmelo Morales | Crown Point
Analysis: With 18 goals and eight assists this season, Morales burst onto the scene in a big way this season. Increased aggressiveness and dedication paid dividends for Morales, who was the best offensive player on a talented Bulldogs squad. He'll be back next year to continue wreaking havoc on opposing defenses.
Gonzalo Romo | Bishop Noll
Analysis: With 13 goals and 11 assists this season, Romo emerged as the Warriors' best scorer. The Warriors were shut out 3-0 by Andrean in the Bishop Noll sectional semifinal, but they were still among the most talented teams in Northwest Indiana. Romo was a huge part of that, and replacing him next season will not be easy.
Tony Zervos | Crown Point
Analysis: Zervos will be sorely missed as an elite defender for the Bulldogs. He was instrumental in Crown Point's 2011 state championship as well as the Bulldogs' success in the DAC this season. Filling his shoes will be extremely tough for coach Mike Bazin.
Duneland Athletic Conference
Chesterton — Jonathan Blake, Caleb Gmyrek, Kody Lobsiger, Keith Radzik, Colin Ringas. Crown Point — Alex Fenn, Nico Garcia-Vicente, Martin Mitreski, Zach Sneiderwine. Lake Central — Ulisis Hernandez. LaPorte -- Tyler Kuzdas, Nick Tobar. Merrillville -- Luis Sanchez. Michigan City -- Erik Stevenson. Portage — Logan Cole. Valparaiso — Isaac Withrow.
Great Lakes Athletics Conference
Clark — Nixon Amaya, Miguel Ramirez. Hammond — Hairon Sosa, Eduardo Navarro.
Northwest Crossroads Conference
Andrean — Kyle Costa, Matt Anderson, Mike Croux. Griffith — Thomas Kudyba. Highland — John Toweson. Kankakee Valley — Luis Cazares, Tyler Montgomery, Jose Gomez. Lowell — Luke Ison. Munster — Drake Bowers, Alex Sikora, Peter Panos.
Northwest Indiana Soccer Conference/Porter County Conference
Bishop Noll — Aaron Garza, Will Kasprzycki, Brandon Wade, Jonathan Lozano. Boone Grove — Austin Aguilera, Nick Azevedo, Shaw Heistand, Riley Van Eerd, Jake Wright. Covenant Christian — Justin Handtke, Brandon Maatman. Hanover Central — Rudy Grill, Derrick Kerely, Alec Nirtaut, Tom Powers. Hebron — Richard Botts II, Grant Morrow. Kouts — Jesse Crider, Jordan Greavu, Nick Simpson. Marquette — Patrick Cannon, Jack Disser, Ambrose Haas. Morgan Township -- Adam Rettinger. Washington Township — Nick Moskwa. Westville — Austin Swistek. Wheeler — Joey Desimone, Ben Nettles, Austin Sloboda.
E.C. Central -- Lucian Segura, Steven Rodriguez.