Week 6

All-Met Watch: Football 2013

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

Patuxent QB Tyler Crounse
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Offense

QB Tyler Crounse (1)

Patuxent, 6-0, 185, Jr.

With the rain hindering the passing game, Crounse used his legs to register 249 yards to lead the Panthers past Huntingtown.

RB Jalen Broome (2)

Potomac School, 5-10, 170, Sr.

Rushed 25 times for 276 yards and three touchdowns in The Potomac School's win over Maret.

RB Kyle Evans (1)

Meade, 5-11, 180, Sr.

Racked up a career-best 367 yards and three scores Friday to lead the Mustangs past Southern.

RB M.J. Stewart (4)

Yorktown, 5-11, 188, Sr.

North Carolina recruit ran for 196 and accounted for all three Yorktown touchdowns in a narrow win over Hayfield.

WR Jordan Crockett (3)

McNamara, 5-9, 165, Sr.

Area's leading receiver had four catches for 109 yards and two scores in a loss to DeMatha.

WR Javonn Curry (2)

Paint Branch, 6-3, 180, Sr.

Caught a season-best eight passes for 120 yards and three touchdowns in an overtime loss to Northwest.

WR D'Ante Yarborough (3)

Stone Bridge, 5-11, 165, Sr.

Accumulated 184 total yards and three touchdowns in the Bulldogs' win against McLean.

OL Jake Hawk (5)

Meade, 6-6, 285, Sr.

Navy commit helped the Mustangs rack up 470 rushing yards in a victory over Southern.

OL Justin Herron (3)

Bullis, 6-5, 240, Sr.

His work on the line opened the door for Devonte Williams to rack up most of his 241 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns.

OL Gordon Lucy (1)

Patriot, 6-0, 195, Jr.

Buoyed the Pioneers in the trenches as they scored four offensive touchdowns during a victory over Osbourn Park.

OL Brock Ruble (2)

DeMatha, 6-8, 321, Sr.

Helped pave the way for the Stags to rush for 441 yards and nine touchdowns in a win against McNamara.

K Joe Giglio (1)

St. John's, 6-0, 217, Sr.

Kicked a 47-yard field goal in the rain and had three touchbacks in a win against Good Counsel.

On the bubble

Quarterbacks: Gaston Cooper, Paint Branch, Sr.; Caleb Henderson, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Ted Hefter, Sidwell Friends, So.; Will Hollister, Episcopal, Sr.; Trace McSorley, Briar Woods, Sr.; Chuck Reese, Rockville, Jr.; Scott Walter, Centreville, Sr.

Running backs: Sterling Dailey, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Taiwan Deal, DeMatha, Sr.; Marquel Dickerson, North Point, Sr.; Rafiq Douglas, Patuxent, Sr.; Lorenzo Harrison, DeMatha, Soph.; Kevin Joppy, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Zac Morton, Whitman, Sr.; Nick Scott, Fairfax, Sr.; Robbie Walker, Gonzaga, Sr.; Devonte Williams, Bullis, Jr.; Joe Wilson, Robinson, Sr.

Wide receivers/tight end: A.J. Alexander, Lake Braddock, Jr.; Laquan Barber, Anacostia, Sr.; A.J. Bourscheid, Loudoun County, Sr.; Timmy Phillips, Episcopal, Jr.; Alec Ruden, Broadneck, Jr.; Jibri Woods, Wootton, Sr.

Offensive linemen: Quarvez Boulware, Friendship Collegiate, Jr.; Levon Livingston, Ballou, Jr.; Sam Mustipher, Good Counsel, Sr.; Damian Prince, McNamara, Sr.

Kickers/punters: Ben Cima, Gonzaga, Sr.; Conor Feehan, Battlefield, Sr.; Cory Huddleston, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Alex Potocko, River Hill, Sr.

Woodbridge DL Da'Shawn Hand
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Defense

DL Darius Brown (1)

Dunbar, 6-4, 270, Sr.

Two-way starter had three tackles for loss and paved the way for Malonta Patterson's 129 rushing yards in a win vs. Anacostia.

DL Da'Shawn Hand (4)

Stone Bridge, 6-4, 256, Sr.

Piled up 13 tackles and two sacks and blocked two punts in the Vikings' win over Freedom-Woodbridge.

DL Avery Taylor (2)

Gaithersburg, 6-1, 225

Posted five tackles and two sacks in a win over Churchill, giving him nine sacks in six games.

DL Malik Treadwell (1)

Arundel, 6-0, 260, Sr.

Finished with 9.5 tackles and a sack in the Wildcats' 26-14 win over Annapolis on Friday.

LB Jawhaun Bentley (4)

DeMatha, 6-3, 249, Sr.

Recorded eight tackles, including three for loss, and two sacks for the Stags in Saturday's win over McNamara.

LB Michael Hildebrand (2)

Broadneck, 6-1, 215, Sr.

Racked up four tackles (three for loss), 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble in the Bruins' overtime win against Chesapeake.

LB Geoff Ricker (1)

Patuxent, 6-0, 210, Jr.

Had 13 tackles, including two for loss, to help the Panthers upset then-No. 13 Huntingtown.

LB Chad Wiggins (3)

Centreville, 6-1, 215, Sr.

Tallied three tackles for loss, a sack and a forced fumble to help the Wildcats shut out rival Westfield.

DB D'Andre Payne (3)

H.D. Woodson, 5-11, 175, Sr.

Tennessee recruit had one interception and two catches (one touchdown) for 111 yards in two quarters of play.

DB D.J. Stefonsky (1)

John Paul the Great, 5-7, 155, Jr.

Pulled down two interceptions and forced a fumble in Wolves' 37-7 win over Baltimore Lutheran.

DB Miles Taylor (2)

Gonzaga, 6-0, 185, Sr.

Georgia Tech recruit posted two interceptions in the Eagles' 31-0 win over O'Connell.

DB Omar Truitt (2)

St. John's, 5-11, 178, Sr.

Intercepted two passes in the Cadets' 31-6 win over WCAC rival Good Counsel on Friday.

On the bubble

Defensive line: Reece Burnett, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Jeremiah Clarke, T.C. Williams, Sr.; Niquekko Cook, Meade, Sr.; Alex Evans, Springbrook, Sr.; Deonte Holden, DeMatha Sr.; J.J. Jackson, Woodgrove, Sr.; Mike Laury, Lackey, Sr.; Earl Mackel, Wilde Lake, Sr.; Adam McLean, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Landon Reetcher, Broadneck, Sr.

Linebackers: Malik Carney, T.C. Williams, Sr.; Kamonte Carter, Gaithersburg, Jr.; Randy Fischer, Broadneck, Sr.; Deonte Jackson, H.D. Woodson, Sr.; William Richardson, Ballou, Jr.; Diondre Wallace, Arundel, Jr.

Defensive backs: Juwann Briscoe, Thomas Stone, Jr.; Jalen Christian, Damascus, Sr.; Jordan Coneys, Falls Church, Sr.; Elliot Davis, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Trevon Diggs, Wootton, So.; Marcus Hicks, Old Mill, Sr.; Kwame Kwumah, Arundel, Sr.; Alec Perez, Sherwood, Sr.; Raeshawn Smith, Chantilly, Sr.; Charles Tutt, Centreville, Jr.; Jamal Woodland, DuVal, Sr.

Published Oct. 14, 2013.