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What Does It Take to Be an All-Met?
The Washington Post's scholastic sports staff asked, and All-Mets answered:
Evan Zedler and Terrence Stephens
Mulku Kalokah and Jeron Gouveia
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Defensive Player of Year / Coach of the Year / Offensive Player of Year

QB Mike Glennon Brian Van Deusen DB Jeron Gouveia
Westfield » Sr. » 6-6, 197 River Hill Stone Bridge » Sr. » 6-2, 180
In leading the Chantilly school to its second consecutive unbeaten regular season, the Virginia AAA Division 6 title and what is believed to be the first 15-0 record in state history, Glennon completed 171 of 265 passes for 2,557 yards and 32 touchdowns. He also ran for six scores. The 32 touchdown passes are the 11th-best single-season total in state history. Glennon’s brother, Sean, a quarterback at Virginia Tech, was a first-team All-Met in 2003, when the Bulldogs won their first state title. The younger Glennon will play at North Carolina State next season.
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In his eighth season, Van Deusen guided the Hawks to one of the most dominating seasons in Washington area history. River Hill went 14-0 and won the Maryland 2A championship — the first in school history — and outscored its opponents, 551-21, while allowing just one first-half touchdown all season. He has a career record of 75-18 with five consecutive Howard County titles and three straight region titles. A powerful force on both sides of the ball, Gouveia ran the Bulldogs’ defense from the safety position and was a consistent force against the pass and run. He led the Bulldogs with seven interceptions — including two in the Virginia AAA Division 5 championship game — while also being asked to play closer to the line of scrimmage to defend against the run. He was one of his team’s leading tacklers with 73. Gouveia also ran for more than 900 yards and finished with 22 total touchdowns en route to being named the Liberty District offensive and defensive player of the year, as well as Northern Region defensive player of the year. Will play for Virginia Tech.   » Video Highlights


First Team | Offense

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RB Josh Haden RB Davin Meggett RB Evan Zedler WR Kevin Dorsey
Friendly » Sr.
5-8, 190
Surrattsville » Sr.
5-8, 210
Damascus » Sr.
5-10, 185
Forestville » Sr.
6-2, 190
Explosive runner gained 1,350 yards and scored 20 touchdowns for a team that averaged 35.5 points per game. Averaged 10.3 yards per carry and rushed for at least one touchdown in every game. Will play for Boston College. Powerful runner had 1,784 yards and 26 touchdowns as the Hornets went 10-2 and qualified for the playoffs for the first time in school history. Six of his nine catches went for touchdowns, averaging 45.5 yards per catch. Will play for Maryland. A workhorse back with deceptive speed, Zedler led all area rushers with 2,243 yards and 29 touchdowns. He gained 771 yards and scored 10 times in four playoff games as the Hornets won the Maryland 3A title. Despite consistently drawing double coverage, Dorsey made 50 catches for 902 yards and 11 touchdowns as the Knights qualified for the Maryland 1A South Region playoffs. Also intercepted seven passes. Will play for Maryland.


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OL Jimmy Bennett OL Joey Christine OL Tony Edwards OL Erik Saylor PK-P Tyler Bitancurt
West Potomac » Sr.
6-8, 285
Sherando » Sr.
6-2, 300
Damascus » Sr.
6-0, 260
Urbana » Sr.
6-3, 268
West Springfield » Sr.
6-0, 180
The repeat All-Met did not allow a sack in his career and this season helped the Wolverines reach the Virginia AAA Northern Region playoffs for the first time since 2000. He also was a second-team all-region choice on the defensive line. Will play at Connecticut. Christine averaged 12 pancake blocks per game and has not yielded a sack the past two seasons. Behind him, the Warriors racked up 3,063 rushing yards this season, and 7,523 the past three years, during which he has anchored the line. A three-year starter at center, Edwards was perhaps the area’s most technically sound lineman, leading the way for two Swarmin’ Hornets state championship teams. He also comes with a pedigree — his father, also Tony, was Maryland’s starting left tackle in the early 1980s. Excelled on both sides of the ball, earning all-MVAL Chesapeake honors on offense and defense. Terrific blocker helped spur the Hawks to late-season run to qualify for the playoffs. Defensively, made 67 tackles with seven sacks. Connected on 13 of 17 field goal attempts, including a 50-yarder, and made 49 of 50 extra points. The 13 field goals tied him for the seventh-most in a season in state history. Seventy of his 81 kickoffs went for touchbacks. He had a 39-yard punting average. Will play for West Virginia.
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OL Zach Kerr WR Brandon Johnson-Farrell WR Tavon Wilson
Quince Orchard » Sr.
6-3, 323
Arundel » Sr.
5-10, 185
H.D. Woodson » Sr.
6-1, 175
An overwhelming presence on both sides of the ball, Kerr, a top recruit, also possesses great footwork, which was key to the Cougars’ getting the most out of their speedy backfield en route to the Maryland 4A title. Speedster set Maryland public school single-season records with 103 catches for 1,394 yards and 23 touchdowns as the Wildcats advanced to the Maryland 4A final. Also returned two kickoffs and two punts for touchdowns and intercepted five passes. A game-breaker on both sides of the ball, Wilson caught 48 passes for 958 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also intercepted nine passes and returned two for scores.


Second Team | Offense

QB Nick Elko Arundel, Sr.
QB C.J. Hopson Patuxent, Sr.
RB Thomas Addison Quince Orchard, Sr.
RB Kelechi Odocha Atholton, Sr.
RB De'Antwan Williams Woodbridge, Jr.
WR A.J. Price South Lakes, Sr.
WR C.J. Thomas Linganore, Sr.
OL George Bansah Potomac (Va.), Sr.
OL Cody Blue Wilde Lake, Sr.
OL Robbie McDowell DeMatha, Sr.
OL Bryan Murray Good Counsel, Sr.
OL Pete White St. John's, Jr.
K Chazzo Habliston St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes, Jr.

Honorable Mention | Offense

Quarterbacks: Ben Barber, Edison, Sr.; Kevin Dickerson, Forestville, Sr.; Eric Evans, Parkdale, Sr.; Kyle Frazier, Damascus, Sr.; Andre Johnson, Surrattsville, Sr.; C.J. Leizear, Park View, Sr.; Ross Metheny, Sherando, Jr.; Sam Mulroy, Maret, Sr.; Bryn Renner, West Springfield, Jr.; Patrick Thompson, Stone Bridge, Jr.; Tyree White, Dunbar, Jr.; Delonte Williams, Friendship Collegiate, Sr.
Running Backs: Idreis Augustus, Paul VI Catholic, Soph.; Brandon Bailey, West Springfield, Sr.; Chase Barnett, Brooke Point, Jr.; Markeith Brisco, Sherando, Sr.; Ashby Christian, DeMatha, Sr.; Ashton Hayes, Wilde Lake, Jr.; Michael Johnson, Lackey, Sr.; Jamaal Martin, Seneca Valley, Sr.; Jesse Mitchell, Westlake, Sr.; Chris Patton, Urbana, Sr.; Malek Redd, River Hill, Jr.; Mark Small, Clarksburg, Sr.; Lamaar Thomas, Friendly, Sr.
Wide Receivers/Tight Ends: Alphonse Coates, Old Mill, Sr.; Winfred Diggs, Friendship Collegiate, Sr.; Travis Hawkins, Quince Orchard, Jr.; Lee Hertel, Damascus, Sr.; Kay Kromah, Parkdale, Sr.; Deon Long, Dunbar, Jr.; Jhonny Lopez, Kennedy, Sr.; Eric Martin, Hylton, Sr.; Mark McNeill, St. Mary’s-Annapolis, Soph.; Ryan Moody, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Johnny Pickett, Westfield, Sr.; Andy Stallings, West Springfield, Jr.; Robert Watley, La Plata, Jr.
Offensive Line: Dwayne Chappell, Dunbar, Sr.; A.J. Francis, Gonzaga, Sr.; Devin Hester, Suitland, Sr.; Michael Kay, C.H. Flowers, Sr.; Ernest Robinson, Gwynn Park, Sr.; Quinton Sales, Friendly, Sr.; D.J. Sellman, DeMatha, Sr.; Delonte Sherrod, Potomac (Md.), Sr.; Kendall Vines, Lackey, Sr.; David Wang, Stone Bridge, Jr.; Tony Zaccarelli, Westlake, Sr.
Kickers: Eric Dobratz, Potomac (Va.), Sr.; Mark Hamilton, Good Counsel, Jr.; Marc Magas, Damascus, Jr.; Ronnie Shaban, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Graham Spicer, Wilde Lake, Jr.


First Team | Defense

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DL Sean Stanley DL Terrence Stephens DL Will Wilson LB Eteyen Edet
Gaithersburg » Jr.
6-2, 250
Quince Orchard » Jr.
6-2, 280
Langley » Sr.
6-3, 290
Friendly » Sr.
6-2, 235
Perhaps the most dominant defensive player in Montgomery County, Stanley terrorized ballcarriers with 37 tackles for loss, 161/2 sacks and 9 forced fumbles. Overshadowed by teammate Zach Kerr at the beginning of the season, Stephens made a name for himself as the Cougars won the Maryland 4A title. He had a team-leading 101/2 sacks, 56 tackles and a pair of interceptions. The Virginia AAA Northern Region first-team offensive guard also excelled at defensive end, recording 10 sacks, blocking five kicks and recovering two fumbles for the Saxons, who posted their best record since 2000. Has several scholarship offers, including ones from the service academies. Hard hitter was noted on every opponent’s scouting report. He had 110 tackles, including 22 for loss and 51/2 sacks. Also intercepted two passes and forced three fumbles as the Patriots posted five shutouts.


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DB Antwon Bailey DB Michael Campanaro LB Jelani Jenkins LB Mulku Kalokah
St. John’s » Sr.
5-7, 200
River Hill » Jr.
5-10, 185
Good Counsel » Jr.
6-1, 200
Potomac (Va.) » Sr.
5-11, 200
Instrumental in all three phases for the Cadets, playing safety, running back and returning kicks. Rushed for 1,356 yards and 21 touchdowns. Averaged 33.4 yards per punt return and 27.5 yards per kickoff return. Will play for Syracuse. Gritty two-way player rushed for 1,764 yards and scored 30 touchdowns for Maryland 2A champions, who shut out 11 of 14 opponents. Also had three interceptions and forced two fumbles. Averaged 25.9 yards per punt return. Physical player stood out on both sides of the ball for the WCAC finalists. Defensively, averaged seven tackles per game and was effective stopping the run and defending the pass. On offense, rushed for 791 yards and 16 touchdowns. Anchored the Panthers’ defense with 105 tackles, 14 pass breakups and 5 interceptions, four of which he returned for touchdowns. On offense, he rushed for 1,462 yards and scored 17 touchdowns to help Potomac reach the Virginia AAA Division 5 final.


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LB Anthony Listorti DB Melvin Harris DB James Proctor DB Kenny Tate
DeMatha » Sr.
5-11, 216
Kennedy » Sr.
5-10, 170
Suitland » Sr.
5-9, 158
DeMatha » Sr.
6-4, 215
Rugged three-year starter was leader of a defense that allowed more than one touchdown in a game just three times. Listorti finished with 121 tackles and 12 sacks as the Stags won their fifth consecutive WCAC championship. Repeat All-Met was key to the Cavaliers’ turnaround the past two seasons. Made 30 tackles and two interceptions. In the two seasons, Harris threw for 3,958 yards and 46 touchdowns, and rushed for 1,637 yards and 24 scores. Made plays in every phase of the game for the Maryland 4A semifinalists. On offense, rushed for 1,188 yards and 12 touchdowns. Also scored touchdowns on a kickoff return, a blocked field goal return and a blocked punt return. Considered by many opposing coaches to be the area’s top player. The two-time All-Met rarely came off the field. Had 48 tackles and four interceptions. Caught 32 passes for 489 yards and six touchdowns.


Second Team | Defense

DL Corey Boatman Good Counsel, Sr.
DL Darin Drakeford Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.
DL Reggie Ellis Dunbar, Sr.
DL Nick Rivers DeMatha, Sr.
LB Cliff Foreman St. Albans, Sr.
LB Jake Johnson Stafford, Sr.
LB Brian Kennedy Westfield, Sr.
LB Zach Martin River Hill, Sr.
LB Andrew Rodriguez Bishop Ireton, Sr.
DB Johnson Bademosi Gonzaga, Sr.
DB Dominique Budd Sherwood, Sr.
DB Cameron Chism Bishop McNamara, Sr.
DB J.J. Hicks Broadneck, Sr.

Honorable Mention | Defense

Defensive Line: Felton Banks, Colonial Forge, Sr.; Brian Boateng, Gaithersburg, Sr.; Isaiah Hamlette, Brooke Point, Sr.; Marlon Johnson, St. Mary’s-Annapolis, Sr.; Thomas Mulabah, Park View, Sr.; Rob Osborne, Clarksburg, Sr.; Derek Qadir, Robinson, Sr.; Isaiah Ross, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jr.; Austin Tuell, Battlefield, Sr.; Ugo Uzodinma, Dunbar, Sr.; Dalonte Wallace, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.
Linebackers: Dominick Brown, Rockville, Sr.; Kevin Burgess, Dunbar, Sr.; Donnell Carpenter, Centreville, Sr.; Todd Cox, Linganore, Sr.; Trey Cregan, McDonough, Sr.; Duane Cunningham, Potomac (Md.), Sr.; John Darr, Suitland, Jr.; Josh Frederick, Damascus, Sr.; Dion Guy, H.D. Woodson, Sr.; Eamon Hanifin, Gonzaga, Sr.; Evan Harris, Westlake, Jr.; Butch Kaczmarzewski, Millbrook, Sr.; Arinze Obiako, Arundel, Sr.; Stephon Robertson, Edison, Jr.; Christopher Townsend, Bishop McNamara, Jr.; Chase Williams, Northwest, Sr.
Defensive Backs: Dan Atwood, Gaithersburg, Sr.; Joshua Brooks, Coolidge, Sr.; Taylor Burns, Severn, Sr.; Christian Clark, Douglass, Jr.; Shane Halley, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Darryl Hamilton, Centreville, Sr.; Chris Jessop, Broad Run, Sr.; Andre Johnson, Surrattsville, Sr.; Abdul Kanneh, Potomac (Va.), Sr.; Jonathan Mason, DeMatha, Sr.; Rodney McLeod, DeMatha, Sr.; Gerald Moore, St. John’s, Sr.; Pat Morrison, Severna Park, Sr.; Tayshon Powell, Sherwood, Sr.; Keon Robinson, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Devin Wallace, Friendly, Sr.; Malcolm Willis, Lackey, Jr.; Chris Wiseman, Gwynn Park, Sr.; Brian Wittenberger, Damascus, Sr.

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