Week 7

All-Met Watch: Football 2013

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

South County K Christian Alvarado
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Offense

QB Tyler Martin (1)

Hammond, 5-8, 150, Sr.

Threw for 444 yards and six touchdowns and added a rushing touchdown to help the Golden Bears upset then-No. 5 River Hill.

RB Kesean Strong (1)

Potomac (Md.), 5-9, 175, Jr.

In two games last week, rushed for 485 yards and seven scores on just 37 carries and also returned a punt and kick for touchdowns.

RB Devonte Williams (1)

Bullis, 5-9, 162, Jr.

Rushed for a season-high 247 yards and four touchdowns in the Bulldogs' shutout of St. Albans.

RB A.J. Turner (3)

Huntingtown, 5-10, 175, Jr.

Needed just six carries to rack up 152 yards and two touchdowns in the Wildcats' victory on Friday.

WR Garrett Collier (2)

Langley, 6-2, 175, Sr.

Caught six passes for 194 yards and two touchdowns for the Saxons in a 56-33 win over South Lakes.

WR Cameron Phillips (2)

DeMatha, 6-2, 184, Sr.

Virginia Tech recruit racked up six catches for 111 yards and a long touchdown to rally the Stags past Gonzaga.

WR Michael Rexrode (1)

Loudoun County, 6-0, 180, Sr.

Exploded for 17 catches, 212 yards and three touchdowns in Friday's win against Woodgrove.

OL Kidus Woldeyes (2)

South County, 6-0, 280, Sr.

Paved the way for the Stallions to accumulate 455 rushing yards and five touchdowns in a win over West Potomac.

OL Justin Herron (4)

Bullis, 6-5, 240, Sr.

Rutgers recruit opened holes necessary for Bulldogs to rush for 271 yards and secure their seventh win on Friday.

OL Sam Mustipher (4)

Good Counsel, 6-4, 290, Sr.

Led the way in the trenches for a Falcons unit that rushed for 241 yards and four touchdowns in a win over Carroll.

OL Chris Whalen (1)

Damascus, 6-1, 285, Sr.

Proved instrumental in the Hornets' running backs recording 295 yards in a 43-8 win against Rockville.

K Christian Alvarado (1)

South County, 5-7, 183, Sr.

Nailed field goals of 27 and 24 yards while connecting on all three of his extra points in a win over West Potomac.

On the bubble

Quarterbacks: Gaston Cooper, Paint Branch, Sr.; Harrison Dandridge, Edison, Sr.; Caleb Henderson, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Ted Hefter, Sidwell Friends, So.; Travon McMillian, Hylton, Jr.; Trace McSorley, Briar Woods, Sr.; Will Ulmer, St. John's, Jr.; Ramar Williams, McNamara, So.

Running backs: Issac Boyd, Avalon, Sr.; Taiwan Deal, DeMatha, Sr.; LeVaughn Davis, South County, Sr.; Tyler Thrasher-Walker, Westfield, Sr.; Josh Sweet, Woodgrove Sr.; Cameron Vaughn, Flint Hill, Jr.; Tyler West, Langley, Sr.; Khalil Wilson, Einstein, Sr.

Wide receivers/ tight end: A.J. Alexander, Lake Braddock, Jr.; Delondo Boyd, Lackey, Sr.; Jordan Crockett, McNamara, Sr.; Damian King, Leonardtown, Sr.; Phil Osborn, Montgomery, Sr.; Nate Williams, Madison, Jr.; Jibri Woods, Wootton, Sr.

Offensive linemen: Quarvez Boulware, Friendship Collegiate, Jr.; Reece Burnett, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Jared Coker, Briar Woods, Sr.; Nate Davis, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Damian Prince, McNamara, Sr.; Jauan Williams, Carroll, So.

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

H.D. Woodson DB D'Andre Payne
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Defense

DL Bryan Capozzoli (1)

Briar Woods, 6-2, 220, Jr.

Had six tackles, including 1.5 for loss, and a sack in the Falcons' shutout win against Broad Run.

DL Niquekko Cook (2)

Meade, 6-5, 245, Sr.

Racked up 12 tackles, one sack and a forced fumble to help lead the Mustangs to victory against Annapolis.

DL Levon Livingston (4)

Ballou, 6-7, 250, Sr.

Two-way starter had two sacks and four tackles for the Knights in Friday's win against Coolidge.

DL Adam McLean (2)

Quince Orchard, 6-3, 280, Jr.

Highly touted recruit forced a safety and helped the Cougars hold Sherwood to just seven points in Friday's win.

LB Miles Brown (1)

Sidwell Friends, 6-0, 260, Jr.

Made eight solo tackles, four tackles for a loss, forced a fumble and snagged an interception in Sidwell's win over Hampton Roads Academy.

LB Kevin Hankton (1)

Lake Braddock, 6-0, 215, Sr.

Had four tackles and returned a fumble 78 yards for a touchdown in the Bruins' fourth straight shutout win.

LB Anthony Jackson (1)

Suitland, 6-1, 185, Sr.

Delaware recruit racked up 18 tackles and recorded an interception in the Rams' win over Wise.

LB Ali'i Niumatalolo (1)

Broadneck, 6-2, 227, So.

Recorded six tackles, including 3.5 for loss, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery and an interception in Saturday's win.

DB Noah Harrington (1)

Washington-Lee, 6-0, 165, Sr.

Returned two interceptions for 90- and 60-yard touchdowns in the Generals' fifth straight win on Friday.

DB D'Andre Payne (4)

H.D. Woodson, 6-0, 190, Sr.

Tennessee recruit did not allow a completion and scored on both of his carries during Saturday's win against Wilson.

DB Raeshawn Smith (2)

Chantilly, 5-9, 165, Sr.

Deflected three passes, returned a punt 83 yards for a score and caught an eight-yard touchdown pass in the Chargers' win over Herndon.

DB Myles Wilfork (1)

Largo, 6-0, 170, Soph.

Has 38 tackles and seven interceptions in seven games, including three picks on Saturday versus Crossland.

On the bubble

Defensive line: Jeremiah Clarke, T.C. Williams, Sr.; Alex Evans, Springbrook, Sr.; Da'Shawn Hand, Woodbridge, Sr.; Deonte Holden, DeMatha Sr.; J.J. Jackson, Woodgrove, Sr.; Mike Laury, Lackey, Sr.; Earl Mackel, Wilde Lake, Sr.; Landon Reetcher, Broadneck, Sr.; Tim Settle, Stonewall Jackson, Jr.

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.; Geoff Ricker, Patuxent, Jr.; Diondre Wallace, Arundel, Jr.; Chad Wiggins, Centreville, Sr.

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

Published Oct. 21, 2013.