All-Met Watch | Football

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It's the final week for the All-Met Watch football team, as we take a break for the playoffs before picking our All-Met teams. There are a pair of newcomers on the offense this week, led by St. John's running back Charles Brown, whose 353 yards rushing in a 35-34 loss to Gonzaga were the sixth-highest total this season. If you think we've overlooked anyone, be sure to tell us who they are and why you like their chances for All-Met in the Varsity Debate discussion group.

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This week on our high school football forum: "With the playoffs set to begin, which standout players who have been overlooked in the All-Met Watch deserve All-Met consideration.?"

The list of all All-Met teams since 1990.

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First Team | Defense


Westlake senior lineman Lenny Augilliard (center, making tackle). (James A. Parcell/The Washington Post)

DL Lenny Augilliard DL Austin Copeland LB Connor Crowell DB Collin Frazer
5-10, 205 » Sr.
6-2, 205 » Jr.
North Point
6-2, 225 » Jr.
5-11, 175 » Sr.
Recorded six tackles and three sacks in a 22-6 victory over Lackey that earned home-field advantage for Friday's playoff opener. Defensive tackle has 14 sacks and 77 tackles on
the season.
Had 6.5 tackles during a season-ending 35-16 loss to Woodbridge. Finished the season with 74 tackles (22 for loss), 8 sacks, 3 forced fumbles, a fumble recovery and an interception. Recorded six tackles and snared his third interception in a 34-14 victory over Thomas Stone in the
Eagles' first-ever
undefeated season.
Had two interceptions, returning one for a score. Also has 88.5 tackles and nine pass breakups for the No. 11 Vikings, who finished a second straight undefeated regular season with a 35-16 victory over Gar-Field.


Atholton defensive back Matt Robinson. (Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post)

LB Javarie Johnson LB Brian Laiti DL Andre Monroe DB Matt Robinson
6-4, 210 » Sr.
6-3, 210 » Sr.
St. John's
6-0, 281 » Sr.
6-3, 200 » Sr.
Miami recruit had the weekend off as the Crimson Tide prepares for its 12th consecutive DCIAA semifinal appearance Saturday against H.D. Woodson. Virginia Tech recruit helped the Rams stop Centreville on all four of its fourth-down conversion attempts in a 42-7 victory. Maryland recruit was a unanimous first-team all-WCAC pick and made five tackles (three for loss)
in a 35-34 loss to Gonzaga. Finished the season with
61 tackles, 17 for loss.
Maryland recruit made seven tackles and intercepted a pass in the end zone as time expired to preserve a 14-13 victory over Glenelg.


South County senior defensive back Andre Simmons. (John McDonnell/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 five tackles and rushed for 29 yards for the playoff-bound Stallions in a 35-0 loss to
No. 18 W.T. Woodson.
Locked down his side, making seven tackles, breaking up five passes and forcing fumble in a 42-13 victory over West
Guided team to second shutout this year and
caught his fourth touchdown pass of the season in 38-0 win over Potomac Falls, helping Loudoun County secure the No. 3 seed in
Va. AA Div. 4 playoffs.
Made one tackle and caught one pass for 11 yards in a 51-6 victory over Carroll, the sixth time this season the Falcons have limited an opponent to one touchdown or less.

On the Bubble | Defense

Defensive Linemen:
Wasim Abassi, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Josh Alexander, Westlake, Sr.; Nick Bonhag, River Hill, Sr.; Greg Grant, Sherwood, Sr.; Rahsaan Moore, Wise, Sr.; Chrishon Rose, Bishop McNamara, Sr.; Jake Ruffing, Gonzaga, Sr.;
Scott Stangeby, Oakton, Sr.; Zavier Stringfellow, Battlefield, Jr.; Jay Whitmire, T.C. Williams, Sr.; Bernard Wolley, Seneca Valley, Jr.
A.J. Bowman, Good Counsel, Sr.; Troy Gloster, Good Counsel, Sr.; Brent Kluge, River Hill, Sr.; Johnny Meier, Broad Run, Sr.; Derrick Pettet, Great Mills, Sr.; Tyler Wilkinson, McDonough, Sr.
Defensive Backs:
Antonio Belt, Forestville, Sr.; Jeremiah Johnson, Suitland, Sr.; Andrew Leonard, Oakton, Sr.; Kirkland Nelms, Riverbend, Sr.; Larry Pinkard, Ballou, Sr.; Andrew Veith, Clarksburg, Sr.; Lorenzo Waters, DeMatha, Sr.
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