ESPN 150 football rankings released; five locals make the list


Stone Bridge quarterback Ryan Burns, left, has verbally committed to Stanford. (John McDonnell/THE WASHINGTON POST)

The D.C. metro area continues to produce some of the country’s top football prospects. The ESPN 150, which comprises the top football players in the class of 2013, was released today, and five local players made the initial list, including a pair of first-team All-Mets from Good Counsel.

Stone Bridge QB Ryan Burns is the area’s highest-rated player, coming in at No. 17. He is the fourth-ranked quarterback on the list and has verbally committed to Stanford. | Burns’s 2011 statistics | Burns on Stanford

Good Counsel DB Kendall Fuller is ranked 27th nationally and fifth overall for cornerbacks. Fuller, who was named All-Met last fall, has yet to commit anywhere, but he has received a dozen scholarship offers. | Fuller’s 2011 statistics

Good Counsel All-Met LB Dorian O’Daniel is ranked at 73rd overall and he is currently Clemson’s top-ranked commit. | O’Daniel’s 2011 statistics | O’Daniel on Clemson

Stone Bridge DL Jonathan Allen comes in ranked at 82nd nationally and he is listed as the fifth best defensive end in the country. Allen, a two-time All-Met, is looking to take his talents to a premier SEC school and will decide between Florida and Alabama. | Allen player page | Video of Jonathan Allen

Briar Woods LB Matt Rolin is rated 104th nationally. Rolin, who was honorable mention All-Met last fall, holds an impressive 25 scholarship offers, all from prestigious football programs across the country. | Rolin’s 2011 statistics | Rolin keeps adding offers

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