Week 8

All-Met Watch: Football 2012

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

Patuxent's Trey Lee
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Offense

QB Trey Lee (1)

Patuxent, 5-8, 175, Sr.

Lee has rushed for 987 yards and 13 touchdowns on the year, while also throwing for 415 yards and six touchdowns.

RB Marquel Dickerson (1)

North Point, 5-9, 185, Jr.

Rushed for 275 yards and three touchdowns against a Friendship Coll. defense that had not allowed a team to score over 10 points this season.

RB Chase Powell (2)

Wise, 5-7, 165, Sr.

Leads the area with 26 rushing touchdowns (27 overall) on the season. His 1,220 rushing yards this fall rank No. 9 in the area.

WR Taivon Jacobs (7)

Suitland, 5-11, 165, Sr.

Jacobs tallied five receptions for 191 yards and hauled in a 79-yard touchdown pass Saturday during a 35-0 win over Bladensburg.

WR Zach Bradshaw (6)

Damascus, 6-3, 205, Sr.

Made his two catches count in a 41-24 win Thursday over Whitman, scoring on a 36-yard catch early and then a 56-yard touchdown later.

WR James Warren (1)

Eleanor Roosevelt, 5-11, 175, Sr.

Was instrumental in the Raiders' 39-0 demolishing Saturday of then-No. 15 DuVal, scoring two touchdowns.

OL Antonio Harris (4)

Wise, 6-4, 310, Sr.

Harris led an offensive line that helped the Pumas rush for 403 yards and six touchdowns during Saturday's 60-0 win at Laurel.

OL Dan Charmo (1)

Woodgrove, 6-3, 255, Sr.

Charmo paved the way for a Wolverines rushing attack that piled up 390 yards and six touchdowns and did not allow a sack.

OL Jack Howerton (4)

Langley, 6-2, 320, Sr.

Howerton graded out as the Saxons' top offensive lineman for the eighth straight week. Paved the way for tailback Philip Mun's career day.

OL Donta Wilkins (8)

Potomac, 6-3, 305, Sr.

Graded out at 93 percent, with five pancake blocks, in helping the Panthers rush for 412 yards in a win over Gar-Field.

OL Ben Rockwood (4)

Gaithersburg, 6-2, 235, Sr.

Rockwood led an offensive line that helped Solomon Vault gain 120 yards Friday against No. 4 Seneca Valley.

K Adam Greene (1)

Broadneck, 5-11, 180, Sr.

Greene set a new Maryland state record for career field goals by converting his 23rd, 24th and 25th field goals Saturday.

On the bubble

Quarterbacks: Kyle Downer, Oakton, Sr.; Caleb Henderson, Lake Braddock, Jr.; Brendan Marshall, Good Counsel, Sr.; Lamel Matthews, Dunbar, Sr.; Trace McSorley, Briar Woods, Jr.; Chris Mullins, Westfield, Sr.; Greg Stroman, Stonewall Jackson, Jr.; Will Ulmer, St. John's, Jr.; John Lovett, DeMatha, Jr.; Connor Cox, South River, Sr.; Jake Lokey, Loudoun County, Sr.; Patrick Schlosser, Watkins Mill, Sr.; Jack Gordon, Arundel, Sr.; Ryan Swingle, Battlefield, Sr.; David Symmes, South County, Jr.; Alec Grosser, T.C. Williams, Sr.

Running backs: Cory Colder, Briar Woods, Sr.; Jeremy Dixon, Wilson, Sr.; Rafiq Douglas, Patuxent, Sr.; Marcel Joly, Forestville, Jr.; Philip Mun, Langley, Sr.; Demornay Pierson-El, West Potomac, Jr.; Dalaun Richardson, Westfield, Sr.; Nick Scott, Fairfax, Jr.; M.J. Stewart, Yorktown, Jr.; Stephen Stewart, Leonardtown, Sr.; Solomon Vault, Gaithersburg, Sr.; Joe Wilson, Robinson, Jr.; Khalil Wilson, Einstein, Sr.; Josh Ronan-Redfearn, Hylton, 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.; Josh Sweet, Woodgrove, Jr.; Shawn Brown, Old Mill, Jr.; Ray Dotson, Thomas Stone, Sr.; Torrey Dixon, Potomac (Va.), Jr.; Dealo Robertson, T.C. Williams, Sr.

Wide receivers/ tight end: Paul Harris, Douglass, Sr.; Rassaun Goldring, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Brad Szoka, Loudoun County, Sr.; J.R. Washington, Stonewall Jackson, Sr.; Marquise Watts, North Point, Jr.; 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.; Eric Young, South River, Sr.; Santoni Scott, Osbourn, Sr.; Frank Sturek, West Springfield, Sr.; Logan Farrar, Woodbridge, Sr.

Kickers/punters: Nick Gruber, Magruder, Sr.; Chris Rosenbaum, McLean, Sr.; Colton Rowe, Huntingtown, Sr.; Peter Rosa, St. John's, Sr.; Joseph Giglio, St. John's, Jr.; Nick Dorka, Madison, Sr.

Eleanor Roosevelt's Julian Rowe
(Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post)

Defense

DL Jaylen Powell (2)

Eleanor Roosevelt, 6-0, 300, Sr.

The Raiders defense held then-No. 15 DuVal to 121 yards of total offense and pitched its first shutout of the season.

DL Peter Angeh (3)

Bullis, 6-3, 245, Sr.

Angeh recorded five sacks and led a Bulldogs defense that allowed just 33 rushing yards during a 29-0 win Saturday over St. Albans.

DL Da'Shawn Hand (8)

Woodbridge, 6-4, 245, Jr.

Collected eight tackles -- giving him 80 on the season -- and his eighth sack of the year in a 20-15 loss at No. 10 Hylton.

LB Julian Rowe (1)

Eleanor Roosevelt, 6-3, 180, Jr.

Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown and tallied an interception during the Raiders' 39-0 win Saturday over then-No. 15 DuVal.

LB Greg Bazemore (1)

Bowie, 5-10, 180, Jr.

Bazemore helped contain C.H. Flowers' rushing attack and recorded an interception Saturday to help seal Bowie's 32-6 win.

LB Marcus Pickens (1)

Potomac (Md.), 6-0, 220, Sr.

Recorded 15 tackles with 1.5 sacks and two fumble recoveries while helping the Wolverines beat Crossland, 44-6, Saturday.

LB Blake Dove (1)

Churchill, 5-11, 188, Soph.

Dove had nine tackles and a fumble recovery in a 14-0 win Friday over Springbrook. He also added a rushing touchdown.

LB Oren Burks (3)

South County, 6-4, 195, Sr.

The Vanderbilt recruit made 11 tackles and caught a touchdown pass in the Stallions' 48-14 win at West Springfield.

DB Kendall Fuller (7)

Good Counsel, 6-0, 185, Sr.

Fuller notched his second interception of the season and his fourth receiving touchdown during a 41-17 win Saturday at St. John's.

DB Jacob Hall (1)

Madison, 5-10, 180, Sr.

Despite nursing a sprained ankle, Hall forced a fumble, recovered a fumble and recorded an interception in a win Friday over Fairfax.

DB Nick Newman (1)

Battlefield, 6-5, 210, Sr.

Newman recorded an interception during Friday's 35-14 win over Broad Run. He also tallied six receptions for 122 yards, including a 65-yard touchdown grab.

DB Jourdan Ginyard (1)

Forestville, 6-3, 200, Sr.

Has tallied eight interceptions and has run two of them back for touchdowns. He also has returned a punt and a kickoff for scores.

On the bubble

Defensive line:Jemal Averette, Good Counsel, Jr.; Rashard Budd, Damascus, Sr.; Darrion Locke, Churchill, Sr.; Nicholas Patrizio, O'Connell, Sr.; Kevin Robbins, McNamara, Sr.; Myles Humphrey, Wise, Sr.; Jonathan Allen, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Tre Bowens, Maret, Sr.

Linebackers: Joseph Civiello, O'Connell, Sr.; Marquel Lee, Westlake, Sr.; D'Angelo Niler, Wise, 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.

Defensive backs: Andy Boone, Oakton, Sr.; Devin Butler, Gonzaga, 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.; Damien King, Leonardtown, Jr.; Lawrence Hunt, Hylton, Jr.; Mitchell Goddard, Madison, Sr.

Published Oct. 22, 2012.