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Parks named AP Player of Year

AP Players of the Year – – Year    Player    Pos    School – 2009    K.P. Parks    RB    West Rowan – 2008    Xavier Nixon    OT    Fayetteville Britt – 2007    Darius Thomas    QB    West Charlotte – 2006    Quan Warley    RB    Thomasville – 2005    Quan Warley    RB    Thomasville – 2004    Joe Cox    QB    Independence – 2003    Andre Brown    RB    Greenville Rose – 2002    Chris Leak    QB    Independence – 2001    T.A. McLendon    RB    Albemarle – 2000    Chris Leak    QB    Independence – 1999    Manny Deshauteurs    RB    Brevard – 1998    Nick Maddox    RB    A.L. Brown – 1997    Nick Maddox    RB    A.L. Brown – 1996    Montrell Coley    RB    Goldsboro – 1995    Marcus Reaves    RB    Fayetteville Byrd – 1994    Terence Stokes    RB    Bunn – 1993    Ernest Tinnin    QB    Burlington Cummings – 1992    (tie) Antoine Ikard    RB    Maiden –     Maurice Mebane    WR    Burlington Cummings – 1991    Milton Shaw    RB    North Edgecombe – 1990    Donnie Davis    QB    Burlington Cummings – 1989    Mike Thomas    QB-P    Richmond County – 1988    Chuckie Burnette    QB    Burlington Cummings – 1987    Anthony Barbour    RB    Garner – 1986    Robert Siler    RB    Jordan-Matthews – 1985    Alvin Baker    RB    Bunker Hill – 1984    Todd Ellis    QB    Greensboro Page – 1983    Darryl McGill    RB    Southern Durham

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