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There are two additions to this week's lineup. Broad Run running back T.J. Peeler -- already a 1,000-yard rusher -- joins the offense and Gar-Field junior defensive end Austin Copeland joins the defense. Both players replace highly rated prospects: Annandale wide receiver Melvin Robinson and T.C. Williams defensive lineman Jay Whitmire.

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First Team | Defense

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Robinson senior linebacker Brian Laiti (45). (By Joel Richardson for The Washington Post)

DL Austin Copeland LB Josh Furman DB Kevin Johnson LB Brian Laiti
Gar-Field
6-2, 205 » Jr.
Old Mill
6-3, 195 » Sr.
River Hill
6-1, 165 » Sr.
Robinson
6-3, 210 » Sr.
Four of his six tackles were for a loss, including a sack, in a 16-7 loss to Osbourn Park. Leads the Indians in every statistical category, including 47 tackles, 15
TFLs and six sacks.
Two-way standout rushed
for 182 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries to lead Old Mill to a 35-17 victory over previously undefeated Southern.
Johnson and the Hawks extended their area-best winning streak to 33 games with a 30-15 victory against Howard, which posted the most points against River
Hill this season.
Virginia Tech recruit had monster game with 15 tackles, two sacks, three quarterback hurries and a fumble recovery in a 28-21 victory over Lake Braddock.


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Oakton defensive back Andrew Leonard, right. (By Ricky Carioti-- The Washington Post)

DB Andrew Leonard DL Andre Monroe DL Rahsaan Moore DB Matt Robinson
Oakton
5-6, 151 » Sr.
St. John's
6-0, 281 » Sr.
Wise
6-2, 235 » Sr.
Atholton
6-3, 200 » Sr.
Suffered a concussion in the first half of an 18-14 loss to Edison; Coach Joe Thompson says he is doing fine but considers him a game-time decision for Friday against Westfield. Maryland recruit had six tackles (two for loss) and one sack as Cadets posted their second shutout this season, 38-0 over Paul VI Catholic. Had four tackles as Pumas posted their fourth consecutive shutout, 54-0 over High Point. Also rushed for two touchdowns, giving him nine this season on 24 carries. Maryland recruit made two tackles and caught four passes for 99 yards and a touchdown in a 32-14 victory over Oakland Mills as the Raiders improved to 5-0.


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Good Counsel senior defensive back Louis Young. (By Mark Gail-- The Washington Post)

DB Andre Simmons DB Thomas Stickford LB Chase Williams DB Louis Young
South County
6-1, 195 » Sr.
Lake Braddock
5-11, 180 » Sr.
Loudoun County
6-3, 230 Sr.
Good Counsel
6-0, 180 Sr.
Vanderbilt recruit made eight tackles and intercepted a pass and also rushed four times for 56 yards in a 23-7 victory over West Potomac. Has returned four of his six interceptions this season for touchdowns. Virginia Tech recruit had double-digit tackles for fifth consecutive game, recovered a fumble and caught an 86-yard touchdown pass in a 28-13 loss to Park View. Intercepted two passes (was ruled out of bounds on a third and dropped a potential fourth) and had one sack in a 21-7 victory over Bishop McNamara.

On the Bubble | Defense

Defensive Linemen:
Josh Alexander, Westlake, Sr.; Jeremiah Attaochu, Carroll, Sr.; Keli Doe, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Zavier Stringfellow, Battlefield, Jr.; Jay Whitmire, T.C. Williams, Sr.;Bernard Wolley, Seneca Valley, Jr.
Linebackers:
A.J. Bowman, Good Counsel, Sr.; Roger Hawkins, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Javarie Johnson, Dunbar, Sr.;
Brent Kluge, River Hill, Sr.;Jamal Merritt, Sherwood, Jr.
Defensive Backs:
Daray Crawford, Ballou, Sr.; Jeremiah Johnson, Suitland, Sr.; Devonta Tabannah, Potomac (Md.), Sr.;
Frank Tamakloe, Good Counsel, Sr.; Lorenzo Waters, DeMatha, Sr.
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