Week 3

All-Met Watch: Football 2012

The number of weeks that a player has appeared on the All-Met Watch is in parentheses.

Lake Braddock QB Caleb Henderson
(John McDonnell/The Washington Post)


QB Caleb Henderson (2)

Lake Braddock, 6-4, 230, Jr.

Even in a loss, showed why he is a top recruit, completing 21 of 27 passes for 252 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for another score.

RB M.J. Stewart (4)

Yorktown, 5-11, 180, Jr.

Had four more touchdowns in a win over Herndon, three of them on the ground as he rushed for 133 yards on just 14 carries.

RB Darius Victor (1)

Northwestern, 5-8, 210, Sr.

Good for a first down or a touchdown most times he touches the ball, Victor is averaging 10.1 yards per carry and has scored nine rushing TDs this season.

RB Demornay Pierson-El (1)

West Potomac, 5-10, 160, Jr.

Lighting it up for the Wolverines with 571 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns in three weeks, including six touchdowns in a 49-39 win over South County.

WR Zach Bradshaw (4)

Damascus, 6-3, 205, Sr.

Virginia recruit had seven catches for 55 yards and added five tackles and a fumble recovery in the Hornets' 37-8 win over previously unbeaten Wootton.

WR Taivon Jacobs (4)

Suitland, 5-11, 165, Sr.

Ohio State recruit is a receiver who also carries the ball out of the backfield on occasion, Jacobs is averaging 22.9 yards every time he touches the ball on offense this season.

OL Chris Durant (1)

Oakton, 6-3, 280, Sr.

For the third consecutive week graded out as the Cougars top lineman as they rushed for 267 yards in a 28-0 win over W.T. Woodson.

OL Justin Herron (2)

Bullis, 6-5, 290, Jr.

Didn't allow a sack and dominated up front as Bullis posted 398 yards of total offense in a 34-13 win over St. Mary's Annapolis.

OL Jack Howerton (2)

Langley, 6-2, 320, Sr.

Going two ways, graded out at near 90 percent on the offensive line and led the way for an offense that scored 34 points but lost on a missed extra point.

OL Sam Madaras (2)

Good Counsel, 6-3, 310, Jr.

Graded out as the Falcons top lineman this week, the third time this season he has done so, as offense racked up 297 yards of offense in a win.

OL Na'Ty Rodgers (4)

McDonough, 6-5, 278, Sr.

Top recruit helped McDonough to a third straight win and is scheduled to take an official visit to Oklahoma this weekend.

K Chris Blewitt (4)

West Potomac, 5-10, 175, Sr.

Rushed for 23 yards on a fake punt to help spark comeback win over South County. Sixteen of the Pitt recruit's 18 kickoffs have been touchbacks.

On the bubble

Quarterbacks: Kyle Downer, Oakton, Sr.; Trey Lee, Patuxent, Sr.; Brendan Marshall, Good Counsel, Sr.; Lamel Matthews, Dunbar, Sr.; Travon McMillian, Hylton, Jr.; Trace McSorley, Briar Woods, Jr.; Chris Mullins, Westfield, Sr.; Greg Stroman, Stonewall Jackson, Jr.; Tyler Sutter, West Springfield, Sr.; Ryan Swingle, Battlefield, Sr.; Will Ulmer, St. John's, Jr.

Running backs: Mark Allen, DeMatha, Jr.; Lavon Chaney, South River, Sr.; Corey Colder, Briar Woods, Sr.; Rafiq Douglas, Patuxent, Sr.; Jonathan Dunn, West Springfield, Sr.; Rachid Ibrahim, Avalon School, Sr.; Marcel Joly, Forestville, Jr.; Michael Jolly, Lee, Jr.; Philip Mun, Langley, Sr.; Dalaun Richardson, Westfield, Sr.; Josh Sweet, Woodgrove, Jr.; A.J. Turner, Centreville, So.; Solomon Vault, Gaithersburg, Sr.; Daywone Wright, Ballou, Sr.

Wide receivers/ tight end: Devon Burns, Westfield, Jr.; Nick Fields, Bullis, Sr.; Nolan Gilbert, Annandale, Sr.; Aaron Jackson, South County, Sr.; Rassaun Goldring, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Trent Saflin, Battlefield, Sr.; J.R. Washington, Stonewall Jackson, Sr.; Marquise Watts, North Point, Jr.; D'Ante Yarborough, Stone Bridge, Jr.

Kickers/punters: Ryan Beverly, Osbourn, Sr.; Adam Greene, Broadneck, Sr.; Nick Gruber, Magruder, Sr.; Cameron Nizialek, Freedom-South Riding, Sr.; Chris Rosenbaum, McLean, Sr.; Kevin Pyszka, Heritage, Sr.

Quince Orchard's Marcus Newby
(Doug Kapustin for The Washington Post)


DL Jonathan Allen (4)

Stone Bridge, 6-3, 245, Sr.

In limited snaps the Alabama recruit had four first hit tackles, three assists, two sacks, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and two blocked kicks.

DL Donta Wilkins (3)

Potomac (Va.), 6-3, 305, Sr.

Despite being triple-teamed for much of the night, recorded five unassisted tackles, six assists and two stops for loss against Battlefield. Also graded out at 89 percent on offense, with two pancake blocks.

DL Da'Shawn Hand (4)

Woodbridge, 6-4, 255, Jr.

Coveted recruit recorded team-high 12 tackles with four for losses and three sacks in a 7-6 loss at Granby.

LB Marcus Newby (3)

Quince Orchard, 6-1, 210, Sr.

Nebraska recruit had seven tackles, one tackle for loss and an interception in a win over Paint Branch, the Cougars second straight shutout.

LB Spencer Kleinrichert (4)

DeMatha, 6-3, 220, Jr.

Leader of a defense that is allowing nine points per game, had nine tackles, four tackles for loss, a forced fumble and a sack.

LB E.J. Levenberry,(4)

Hylton, 6-3, 226, Sr.

In loss to Osbourn, had 13 tackles, including four for loss as the Bulldogs' 23-game regular season winning streak came to an end.

LB D'Angelo Niler (3)

Wise, 6-2, 205, Sr.

Forced a fumble on the first play from scrimmage Saturday, which set the tone for the Pumas' 39-0 win over Eleanor Roosevelt. Wise also has not allowed a point yet this season.

LB Anthony Squire (2)

Suitland, 5-10, 180, Sr.

The Rams still have not allowed a single point this season, and Squire is a main reason why. Has also tallied 435 rushing yards and seven TDs this season.

LB C.J. Jones (2)

Good Counsel, 6-0, 195, Sr.

Moved to linebacker this season and has been standing out since. Led the Falcons with 7.5 tackles, one sack, two tackles for loss and an interception.

DB Devin Butler (3)

Gonzaga, 6-1, 180, Sr.

Notre Dame recruit returned from injury and made an immediate impact, snagging a huge third down red zone interception on the opening drive and adding six tackles and two pass break-ups.

DB Kendall Fuller (4)

Good Counsel, 6-0, 185, Sr.

Two way standout was most effective offensively this week, hauling in three catches for 96 yards and a touchdown.

DB Atem Ntantang (1)

Woodgrove, 5-11, 185, Sr.

Boston College recruit had 10 tackles, broke up two passes and scored a 25-yard rushing touchdown in Woodgrove's 41-0 win over Park View.

On the bubble

Defensive line: Peter Angeh, Bullis, Sr.; Jemal Averette, Good Counsel, Jr.; Charlie Barry, Walter Johnson, Sr.; Tre Bowens, Maret, Sr.; Rashard Budd, Damascus, Sr.; Brandon Dukeman, Battlefield, Sr.; Darrion Locke, Churchill, Sr.; Reggie Miles, Hylton, Sr.; Jaylen Powell, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.

Linebackers: Jarrett Banks, Edison, Sr.; Oren Burks, South County, Sr.; Tyler Donnelly, Yorktown, Sr.; Sean Huelskamp, Chantilly, Sr.; Marquel Lee, Westlake, Sr.; John McKevitt, West Springfield, Sr.; Nick Newman, Battlefield, Sr.; Marcel Ngachie, Good Counsel, Sr.; Matthew Paul, Douglass, Sr.; Marcus Pickens, Potomac, Sr.; Gabe Sutherland, McLean, Jr.; George Vinson, Damascus, Sr.

Defensive backs: Andy Boone, Oakton, Sr.; Andre Dalton, Forestville, Sr.; Evrett Edwards, Woodbridge, Sr.; Kirk Garner, Good Counsel, Sr.; James Gibson, Westfield, So.; Kevin Joppy, Seneca Valley, Jr.; Damien King, Leonardtown, Jr.; Quinton Littlejohn, Watkins Mill, Sr.; Stephan Osong, River Hill, Sr.; D'Andre Payne, H.D. Woodson, Jr.; Keith Payne, C.H. Flowers, Sr.; Frank Sturek, West Springfield, Sr.; Jacquille Veii, Avalon School, Sr.

Published Sept. 17, 2012.