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All-Met Watch: Week 9

OFFENSE

QB: Trace McSorley, Briar Woods, 6-1, 175, Jr.

McSorley completed all 15 of his pass attempts for 242 yards and three touchdowns during Friday’s 45-0 win over Loudoun Valley, which marked his 23rd straight win. He now has 22 touchdowns and only one interception on the season.

RB: Dalaun Richardson, Westfield, 5-6, 181, Sr.

Richardson rushed for a career-high 274 yards and three touchdowns during Friday’s 40-21 win over Centreville.

RB: Gregory Bryan, H.D. Woodson, 6-0, 178, Sr.

Bryan averaged 9.3 yards per carry while rushing for 269 yards and three touchdowns during Friday’s 38-12 win at Ballou.

RB: Jeremy Dixon, Wilson, 5-9, 175, Sr.

On a night in which Wilson did not complete a pass, Dixon played a large role in carrying the Tigers to a 20-13 win Friday over Dunbar by rushing for 127 yards and a touchdown.

WR: Devin Butler, Gonzaga, 6-1, 180, Sr.

Butler, who has orally committed to Notre Dame, caught just two passes for 57 yards, but both of them went for touchdowns during the Eagles’ 27-10 upset win Saturday over then-No. 5 DeMatha.

WR: Eric Young, South River, 5-10, 185, Sr.

Young caught eight passes for 123 yards and two touchdowns during Friday’s 62-19 win over North County.

OL: Donta Wilkins, Potomac, 6-3, 305, Sr.

Wilkins threw the key block that led to the Panthers scoring in overtime to beat Hylton, 27-21, on Friday. Though orally committed to Virginia, he plans to visit Duke, Michigan State and Miami after the season.

OL: Michael Konrad, Good Counsel, 6-0, 255, Sr.

Konrad helped pave the way for the Falcons to gain 306 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns during a 30-0 win Saturday over O’Connell.

OL: Gabe Stewardson, Stone Bridge, 6-0, 270, Sr.

Stewardson, who has graded out at more than 90 percent in each game this season, helped the Bulldogs rush for 325 yards during a 42-0 win Friday over Madison.

OL: Na’Ty Rodgers, McDonough, 6-5, 278, Sr.

Rodgers has said South Carolina and Maryland are his top choices. He helped the Rams gain more than 300 yards of total offense Friday in a 21-19 win over Thomas Stone.

OL: Darrion Locke, Churchill, 6-3, 340, Sr.

Locke has been a force since moving from center to right tackle in recent weeks. He helped the Bulldogs rush for 176 yards in Friday’s 24-14 win over Wootton.

PK: Robert Warfel, Woodgrove, 5-10, 160, Sr.

Warfel made a 36-yard field goal, four extra-point attempts and sent three of six kickoffs into the end zone for touchbacks Friday at Tuscarora (Va.). He has made one made field goal in each of the last three games.

Bubble

Quarterback: Kyle Downer, Oakton, Sr.; Caleb Henderson, Lake Braddock, Jr.; Trey Lee, Patuxent, Sr.; Brendan Marshall, Good Counsel, Sr.; Lamel Matthews, Dunbar, Sr.; Chris Mullins, Westfield, Sr.; Greg Stroman, Stonewall Jackson, Jr.; Will Ulmer, St. John’s, Jr.; John Lovett, DeMatha, Jr., Matty Callahan, Northwest, Sr.; Travon McMillian, Hylton, Jr.; Connor Cox, South River, Sr.; Jake Lokey, Loudoun County, Sr.; Patrick Schlosser, Watkins Mill, Sr.; Jack Gordon, Arundel, Sr.; Denathan Dukes, Osbourn Park, Sr.; Ellis Knudson, Hayfield, Jr.; Conner Lane, Osbourn, Sr.; Jermaine Hunter, Calvert, Sr.

Running back: Cory Colder, Briar Woods, Sr.; Rafiq Douglas, Patuxent, Sr.; Marcel Joly, Forestville, Jr.; Philip Mun, Langley, Sr.; Demornay Pierson-El, West Potomac, Jr.; Nick Scott, Fairfax, Jr.; M.J. Stewart, Yorktown, Jr.; Joe Wilson, Robinson, Jr.; Khalil Wilson, Einstein, Sr.; Sterling Dailey, Stone Bridge, Jr.; Mike Wandey, Oakton, Sr.; Michael Anderson, Howard, Sr.; Malonta Patterson, Dunbar, Sr.; James Jones-Williams, Seneca Valley, Sr.; A.J. Turner, Centreville, Soph.; Carlton Griffith, Mount Vernon, Jr.; Darius Victor, Northwestern, Sr.; Shakeem Copeland, Gar-Field, Sr.; Jonathan Dunn, West Springfield, Sr.; Zac Morton, Whitman, Jr.

Wide Receiver/Tight End: Nick Fields, Bullis, Sr.; Paul Harris, Douglass, Sr.; Rassaun Goldring, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Brad Szoka, Loudoun County, Sr.; J.R. Washington, Stonewall Jackson, Sr.; D’Ante Yarborough, Stone Bridge, Jr.; Aaron Hollins, Lake Braddock, Sr.; John Johnson, Northwestern, Sr.; Marquis Rowe, O’Connell, Jr.; Jalen Christian, Damascus, Soph.; Tyler Young, Arundel, Sr.; Quintin Reynolds, Osbourn Park, Jr.; Tavi Thomas, Calvert, Sr.

Kicker/Punter: Adam Greene, Broadneck, Sr.; Nick Gruber, Magruder, Sr.; Chris Rosenbaum, McLean, Sr.; Colton Rowe, Huntingtown, Sr.; Peter Rosa, St. John’s, Sr.; Joseph Giglio, St. John’s, Jr.; Chris Blewitt, West Potomac, Sr.

DEFENSE

DL: Rashard Budd, Damascus, 6-3, 275, Sr.

Budd blocked the potential game-tying extra point in the third quarter of a 14-13 win Friday over rival Seneca Valley. He also posted a sack and an interception in the fourth quarter.

DL: Peter Angeh, Bullis, 6-3, 245, Sr.

Angeh recorded nine tackles, including one for a loss, in a 12-7 loss to Landon. He leads his team with 63 tackles, including 20 for a loss this season.

DL: D’Sean Cummings, Douglass, 6-5, 220, Sr.

Cummings recorded a team-best seven tackles and also blocked a kick as the Eagles won their sixth straight game Saturday at Surrattsville.

DL: Jonathan Allen, Stone Bridge, 6-3, 245, Sr.

The Alabama recruit tallied eight tackles and led a defense that ceded just 42 total yards during a 42-0 win over Madison.

LB: D’Angelo Niler, Wise, 6-2, 205, Sr.

Niler tallied 14 tackles, two sacks and an interception while guiding a Pumas defense that posted its seventh shutout in nine games this season on Saturday in a 22-0 win at C.H. Flowers.

LB: Oren Burks, South County, 6-4, 195, Sr.

With six stitches in his wrist, Burks – who has orally committed to Vanderbilt – recorded 10 tackles, forced a fumble and blocked a punt during South County’s 56-13 win Friday at Annandale.

LB: Anthony Squire, Suitland, 5-10, 180, Sr.

Squire led a Suitland defense that shut down Bowie in the second half of a 29-12 win Saturday. He also tallied 165 rushing yards and two touchdowns on offense.

DB: Jaivon Gibbs, Gonzaga, 5-10, 170, Sr.

Gibbs recorded two interceptions Saturday during Gonzaga’s 27-10 upset win over then-No. 5 DeMatha, the Eagles’ fourth straight victory over the Stags.

DB: Aaron Young, Carroll, 6-0, 185, Sr.

Young registered three interceptions during Saturday’s 37-12 loss at McNamara. He also recorded eight carries for 98 yards and four receptions for 138 yards and a touchdown.

DB: Daywone Wright, Ballou, 6-0, 180, Sr.

Wright led the Knights’ secondary and contributed 205 rushing yards and two touchdowns during Friday’s loss to H.D. Woodson.

DB: Rashaan Jones, South Lakes, 6-1, 175, Sr.

Jones recorded two interceptions, one of which he returned for a 45-yard touchdown. Offensively, Jones tallied six touchdowns (three rushing, three passing) at quarterback during a 53-0 win over Marshall.

DB: Trey Lee, Patuxent, 5-8, 175, Sr.

Lee rushed for 238 yards and three touchdowns and returned one of his two interceptions for a fourth touchdown in a 48-35 win over rival Calvert.

On the bubble

Defensive Line: Jemal Averette, Good Counsel, Jr.; Nicholas Patrizio, O’Connell, Sr.; Jaylen Powell, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.; Kevin Robbins, McNamara, Sr.; Myles Humphrey, Wise, Sr.; Da’Shawn Hand, Woodbridge, Jr.; Jonathon Okafor, Forest Park, Sr.

Linebacker: Joseph Civiello, O’Connell, Sr.; Marquel Lee, Westlake, Sr.; Matthew Paul, Douglass, Sr.; Marcus Pickens, Potomac, Sr.; Matt Rolin, Briar Woods, Sr.; George Vinson, Damascus, Sr.; Nick Newman, Battlefield, Sr.; E.J. Levenberry, Hylton, Sr.; Nathan Trebach, Hayfield, 5-11, 200, Sr.; Marcus Newby, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Steve Attah, Bullis, Jr.; Tyler Donnelly, Yorktown, Sr.; Dwight Lomax, Lake Braddock, Jr.; James Gupton, North Point, Sr.

Defensive Back: Andy Boone, Oakton, Sr.; Andre Dalton, Forestville, Sr.; Evrett Edwards, Woodbridge, Sr.; Kirk Garner, Good Counsel, Sr.; James Gibson, Westfield, So.; Quinton Littlejohn, Watkins Mill, Sr.; Stephan Osong, River Hill, Sr.; Frank Sturek, West Springfield, Sr.

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