2012 FALL ALL-MET

Football: Offense

OL Antonio Harris

Wise / 6-4, 310 / Sr.

A force on both sides of the ball for the Maryland 4A champion Pumas, who averaged 245 rushing yards per game.

OL Na'Ty Rodgers

McDonough / 6-5, 280 / Sr.

Highly coveted recruit anchored a line that helped the Rams score more than 28 points per game.

QB Ryan Burns

Stone Bridge / 6-5, 225 / Sr.

Threw for school-record 2,473 yards and 28 touchdowns in leading team to the Va. Division 5 final. Will play for Stanford.

OL Moise Larose

Wilde Lake / 6-6, 290 / Sr.

Didn't allow a sack on offense; had 15 tackles for loss and five sacks on defense. Will play for Maryland.

OL Chris Durant

Oakton / 6-4, 280 / Sr.

Strong blocker helped Div. 6 Northern Region champion average 216 rushing yards.

OL Damian Prince

McNamara / 6-7, 305 / Jr.

Perhaps the most dominant lineman in WCAC; holds more than 35 scholarship offers.

TE Cam Serigne

Briar Woods / 6-3, 225 / Sr.

Led the Falcons to a third straight Virginia AA Div. 4 title with 56 catches for 937 yards and 11 touchdowns. Will play for Wake Forest.

K Chris Blewitt

West Potomac / 5-10, 175 / Sr.

Kicked eight field goals (long of 50 yards), averaged 43.5 yards punting, 45 of 48 kickoffs reached end zone. Will play for Pittsburgh.

RB M.J. Stewart

Yorktown / 5-11, 184 / Jr.

The Virginia AAA Northern Region offensive player of the year rushed for 1,842 yards and scored 36 touchdowns.

WR Paul Harris

Douglass / 6-4, 195 / Sr.

Scored six of his 11 touchdowns in postseason as team went to second straight Maryland 2A final. Will play for Tennessee.

RB Dorian O'Daniel

Good Counsel / 6-1, 205 / Sr.

An All-Met linebacker in 2011, he gained 1,307 yards and scored 18 touchdowns for the WCAC champions. Will play LB for Clemson.

WR Taivon Jacobs

Suitland / 5-11, 160 / Sr.

Repeat All-Met had 1,065 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns. As a DB, had six interceptions. Likely will play WR for Ohio State.

Coach of the Year: DaLawn Parrish

Wise

Parrish, a 1994 All-Met defensive back at Howard, has built the Pumas into a region power from the ground up. The only coach in the seventh-year program's history, he has gone 63-23 at the Upper Marlboro school and finally broke through for a 4A title after falling in Baltimore two of the previous three years. The Pumas beat Quince Orchard to cap a perfect 14-0 season.