AllMetSports.com Recruiting Spotlights: Football 2010

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Host B.J. Koubaroulis and The Post's Josh Barr and Paul Tenorio discuss today's commitments, including DeMatha's Cyrus Kouandjio (Auburn), St. John's Kevin McReynolds (UCLA) and Osbourn's Dominique Terrell (Virginia). Footage and highlights of players.
 
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H.D. Woodson cornerback Adeboye Aromire will play at Virginia Tech.
 
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Charles Bailey anchors the Friendship Collegiate defense from the middle linebacker position. He is still weighing his college offers.
 
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Leon Brown plays on both sides of the ball for Parkdale, but will be playing left tackle at the next level.
 
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Burns is a senior defensive end at Stone Bridge who will be playing for Virginia next year.
 
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Lamonte Clark is a senior nose tackle at Ballou who will be playing for the Kansas State Wildcats next year.
 
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Blake Countess is weighing his college options while he plays his senior season at Good Counsel.
 
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Michael Dola is a former soccer player who has emerged as one of the best kickers in the area for Yorktown.
 
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Blake And Eric Forhanpfel are twin brothers from Colonial Forge who will be playing college football next year at Marshall and West Virginia, respectively.
 
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Crusoe Gongbay is a senior running back at Rockville High School who is still fielding scholarship offers. He is one of the area's leading rushers.
 
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Jeremiah Hendy, a two-way senior at Bowie High School, will be playing defense for Maryland next fall.
 
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Gonzaga senior quarterback Kevin Hogan enters the football season atop The Post's "All-Met Watch." Hogan, a Stanford recruit, talks about his goals for his senior season and his future at Stanford.
 
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Keith is an integral part of an Osbourn offense that focuses on big plays. He is still weighing college offers.
 
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DeMatha lineman Cyrus Kouandjio, a 6-foot-7, 322-pound offensive tackle, is considered by most recruiting experts to be the nation's No. 1 recruit. In this interview with The Post, Kouandjio talks about his options. He said he is considering Iowa, Auburn, Alabama and New Mexico. Kouandjio's older brother Arie, a DeMatha graduate, currently plays football at Alabama.
 
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Darius Lee is a two way player at St. Stephen's St. Agnes who will be playing linebacker for Virginia next year.
 
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Joe Massaquoi is an undecided senior defensive end at T.C. Williams.
 
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St. John's Kevin McReynolds, a 6-foot-2, 276-pound defensive tackle, is considering his options between schools like Syracuse, Mississippi St., UCLA and Kansas St.

 
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Jamaal Merritt is a two-way player for Sherwood who is considering West Virginia, Maryland, New Mexico and Cincinnati, among others.
 
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Michael Nebrich, who runs the powerful Lake Braddock offense, has committed to play quarterback for Connecticut.
 
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Brandon Phelps, who will attend the University of Virginia, plays on both sides of the ball for Damascus.
 
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Deandre Reaves, who has committed to play for West Virginia, is a big play threat at Dominion.
 
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Dunbar senior Vance Roberts, a defensive back who has committed to West Virginia, talks about his upcoming senior season and the fire and passion that fuels him. Also a punt and kick returner, Roberts exhibits a "swagger" that Dunbar Coach Craig Jefferies says fuels Roberts' game.
 
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Spenser Rositano is an undecided senior who plays all over the field for Stone Bridge.
 
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Tim Scott plays on both sides of the ball for Colonial Forge, but he will be playing cornerback for North Carolina next fall.
 
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Dominique Terrell, a senior quarterback at Osbourn, is adjusting to his new school after transferring from rival Osbourn Park.
 
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Jay Whitmire is an undecided senior at T.C. Williams who is a big part of both the offensive and defensive lines. Whitmire is considering Virginia, Penn State, N.C. State, Boston College and many more top college programs.
 
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Lake Braddock wide receiver Matt Zanellato verbally committed to Penn State in early November. Fresh off his official visit to Penn State this past weekend, Zanellato talks about why he chose the Nittany Lions, his admiration for Coach Joe Paterno and his goals for college football.
 

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