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1993 All-Met Football Team

Thursday, December 9, 1993

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Clement Stokes
RB
Carroll
Rushed for 1,401 yards (9.4 yards per carry) and 11 touchdowns. Had single-game best of 320 and 287 yards.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Marcus Spriggs
DL
H.D. Woodson
His presence dictated opposing game plans. Had 40 tackles and nine sacks. Overpowering blocker on offense. Averaged 34 yards as punter.

COACH OF THE YEAR
Dave Davis
Hylton
Led Bulldogs to the Virginia AAA state championship. Team has won Northwestern Region and Cardinal District titles all three years since school opened in 1991.

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
Mark Dunn
Position: WR
Thomas Stone
Smooth receiver with good hands caught 51 passes for 1,001 yards. As free safety, intercepted five passes, had 18 knockdowns and was in on 93 tackles.

Brian McCarthy
WR
DeMatha
Repeat All-Met. Had 94 catches for 1,700 yards over past two seasons. In his three varsity seasons, Stags won three league championships.

Chad Przysucha
C
Watkins Mill
Outstanding blocker solidified line, the key to Wolverines' first state championship. As defensive tackle, had 56 tackles, 6 1/2 sacks and 2 fumble recoveries.

Ron Green
OL
Severna Park
Tackle's upper body strength was unmatched among Anne Arundel County lineman. As nose guard, set county single-season record with 16 sacks.

Yong Kim
OL
Marshall
All-Northern Region selection was called by numerous coaches the best high school blocker they have ever seen. Delivered crushing blocks for 8-3 Statesmen.

Andy Neviaser
OL
Landon
Quick lineman stood out as pass and run blocker for 8-0-1 IAC champions. Two-time all-league selection.

Kenny Pegram
OL
Gonzaga
One of the strongest players in the area and devastating blocker is also a champion shot putter. As defensive tackle, had 50 tackles and 12 sacks.

Mat Shannon
QB
West Springfield
Northern Region offensive player of the year threw for 1,160 yards and 13 touchdowns, but only three interceptions. Rushed for 615 yards and eight touchdowns (8.7 yards per carry).

Cordell Smith
RB
DeMatha
Powerful rusher averaged 118 yards per game for WCAC Division I champions. Had 20 touchdowns in past two years.

Byron Stevenson
RB
Hylton
One of area's most versatile players, rushed for 1,005 yards and 17 touchdowns for Cardinal District champions. Over past two seasons, had 2,050 yards, 35 touchdowns.

Matt Levine
PK
Wootton
Made two field goals that won games for Patriots and was four of six on attempts of 50 yards or less. Put 40 percent of kickoffs in end zone. Punted for 45.1 average.

Winston October
KR
Gar-Field
Wingback-defensive back had 38 receptions for 612 yards and 5 touchdowns, 46 rushes for 432 yards and 8 touchdowns and returned a kick for another touchdown. Scored five touchdowns in one game.

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
Erik Bickle
NG
Damascus
The dominant lineman in every game, said Coach Al Thomas. Averaged 10 tackles per game and had 13 sacks as Swarmin' Hornets won second straight Maryland Class 2A title.

Kalombo Kalombo
DL
Herndon
Imposing Virginia AAA all-Northern Region defensive end led 8-3 Hornets in tackles, blocked passes and sacks.

Sean Lidd
DL
Churchill
Three-year starter played offensive tackle and defensive the past two seasons. Helped Bulldogs to 12-1 season and two-year winning streak of 16 games.

Maurice Daniels
LB
Annandale
Virginia AAA Northern Region defensive player of the year led No. 1 Atoms to Division 6 state title game. Also all-region selection in his first season on offensive line.

Latroy Fowlkes
LB
North County
The top linebacker in Anne Arundel County was credited with 80 solo tackles. Made county 4A League champions very difficult to run against.

Aaron Moxley
LB
Seneca Valley
Averaged 107 tackles over past three seasons, including 150 this year as No. 2 Screamin' Eagles won second straight Maryland 3A title.

Jamal Williams
LB
Carroll
Repeat All-Met. One of best linebackers to come out of Washington in many years. Excellent pursuit and crunching tackler. Also a premier offensive lineman.

Paul Jackson
DB
McNamara
One of the area's top athletes was first team WCAC Division I selection. Few teams managed to pass successfully on his side -- most did not even try. Had three interceptions.

Ted Kinsman
DB
Marshall
Virginia AAA Great Falls District offensive player of the year and first team all-Northern Region selection is solid pass defender, sure-handed tackler.

Danny Leach
DB
Herndon
Repeat All-Met. Three-time first team Virginia Great Falls District selection had 18 career interceptions.

Todd Stewart
DB
Anacostia
Aggressive defender had 104 tackles, 41 assists for DCIAA finalists. Son of Coach Willie Stewart had eight interceptions. Led Indians to three straight title game appearances.

Paul Rivers
P
Oxon Hill
Averaged 45 yards per punt for Maryland 4A region champions. As running back, rushed for 1,356 yards and 17 touchdowns.

HONORABLE MENTION: OFFENSE
WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS: Casey Brown, Woodberry Forest; Teon Carter, North County; Derrick Crittenden, Annandale; Gary Fricke, Gar-Field; Stuart Greene, Jefferson; Marlon Holt, Richard Montgomery; Malcolm Johnson, Gonzaga; Hayden Lambert, Northwestern; Brian McMahon, Damascus; Jason McCullough, Bullis; Bill Powell, Rockville.

OFFENSIVE LINE: Zach Baldwin, Broad Run; Mike Bolea, Glenelg; Tyler Croft, Langley; Steve DePaul, Broadneck; Tony Faison, McNamara; Mike Katow, Gonzaga; Roman Kolodziej, Langley; Elliot Lofties, Hayfield; Shawn Moss, Hayfield; David Neubeiser, Gaithersburg; Calvert Pendergast, Dunbar; John Putnam, Handley; Brian Rohrbaugh, Fairfax; Corey Russell, Fairmont Heights; Didymus Tate, Gar-Field.

QUARTERBACKS: Chris Colbert, Ireton; Brion Dunlap, Woodbridge; Steve Fill, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; Adon Hall, Thomas Stone; Joe McCafferty, Southern; Justin Molloy, St. John's; Dalawn Parrish, Howard; Brian Partlow, Handley; Justin Rice, North County; Sean Ryan, Broadneck; Ken Seidel, Jefferson; Kevin Smith, Gar-Field.

RUNNING BACKS: Derek Bell, Crossland; Rob Belli, Gonzaga; Damone Boone, West Springfield; Ken Boyd, Annapolis; Eric Cariaga, Largo; Corey Contee, Southern; Buster Coombs, La Plata; Kevin Edwards, Cardozo; Neal Ferguson, Orange; Rashid Gillespie, Coolidge; Naim Greene, Churchill; Eric Jennings, Annandale; Brian Jones, Lake Braddock; DeSean Moore, Forestville; Berka Ngong, Georgetown Prep; Femi Obasun, Lee; Mike Okoh, Wheaton; Jasper Pendergrass, Friendly; Jason Poknis, Southern; Joe Reeves, Park View; Mike Schreiber, Maret; Frankie Shoemaker, Strasburg; Kinte Sipes, Seneca Valley; Guy Smith, Howard; Lamont Smith, Oxon Hill; Mark Smith, Robinson; Charlie Speth, Sidwell Friends; Jamie Stafford, Paul VI; Dean Trammel, Paint Branch; Llow Turner, Osbourn Park; Kenny Walker, Meade; Sam Zanders, Washington-Lee.

KICKERS: Louie Forbrich, Seneca Valley; Alan Haston, Handley; Mark Kieffer, St. Mary's-Annapolis; Edwhar Nunez, Mount Vernon; Chris Segaar, Annandale; John Thomas, DeMatha; Dean Turnbull, Damascus; Sims Lenhardt, Episcopal; Cheryl Zimmerman, West Potomac.

HONORABLE MENTION: DEFENSE
DEFENSIVE LINE: Todd Fischer, Sherwood; Brandon Fleck, West Springfield; Brian Furrow, Chancellor; Adam Hernandez, Churchill; Steve Houston, Gar-Field; Penn Leachman, Landon; James Reese, Broad Run; Corey Russell, Fairmont Heights; Corey Saunders, Theodore Roosevelt; Vernon Smith, Riverdale Baptist.

LINEBACKERS: Eric Allen, Springbrook; Tyrone Boles, Handley; Antoine Brooks, Fairmont Heights; Stuart Broome, McNamara; Delaunta Cameron, O'Connell; Bob Emmett, Sidwell Friends; Jason Hersh, Quince Orchard; Jimmy Jackson, Hammond; Nathan Kmieciak, Lackey; Allen Lucas, Page County; Willie McLaurin, Laurel; Randy Moore, West Potomac; Ayuk Ogork, Model; John Parsons, Hylton; Lynwood Skipwith, O'Connell; David Shortt, Caroline; Richard Talley, Potomac (Md.); Jason Texieria, Douglass; Jason Tisdale, Oxon Hill; Marc Tucker, Wheaton; Mike Virachittevin, Bladensburg.

DEFENSIVE BACKS: Jermaine Arrington, Bowie; DeAngelo Childs, Anacostia; Kwame Edusei, St. John's; Carlton Fox, Howard; Dwaune Jones, Potomac School; Duane Manson, Watkins Mill; James Parsons, Quantico; Brian Stinger, Handley; Kevin Williams, Richard Montgomery.

PUNTERS: Jason Malecki, West Springfield; Jermaine Sutton, Wilde Lake.

© Copyright 1993 The Washington Post Company


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