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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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First Team | Offense

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St. John's senior running back Charles Brown. (Joel Richardson/The Washington Post)

PK Michael Branthover RB Charles Brown OL Max Coale WR Brandon Coleman
DeMatha
5-11, 181 » Jr.
St. John's
5-11, 195 » Sr.
River Hill
6-4, 240 » Sr.
Bishop McNamara
6-7, 215 » Sr.
Kicked a 39-yard field goal and boomed all three of his kickoffs into the end zone for touchbacks in a 10-7 victory over Bishop McNamara.
Has made 5 of 6 field goal attempts this season.
Carried 34 times for 353 yards and four touchdowns in a 35-34 loss to Gonzaga. It was his eighth 100-yard game this season; he finished with 1,816 yards rushing and 24 touchdowns. Four Hawks scored rushing touchdowns in a 41-21 win over Centennial. River Hill extended its area-best winning streak to 38 games, and Coale has played in each of those games. Continued to draw game-long double coverage but caught three passes for 61 yards in a 10-7 loss to No. 1 DeMatha. Averaging 19.7 yards per catch this season.

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Huntingtown senior running back Greg Goodwin (21). (Mark Gail/The Washington Post)

QB Billy Cosh RB Greg Goodwin WR R.J. Harris OL Shane Johnson
Arundel
6-2, 195 » Sr.
Huntingtown
5-9, 175 » Sr.
Arundel
6-0, 170 » Sr.
DeMatha
6-5, 305 » Sr.
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passes in a 69-28 victory over Southern for a season-high 380 yards and six touchdowns while also rushing for one touchdown. Has thrown for 2,805 yards and 49 touchdowns this year.
Rushed for a season-high 373 yards and five touchdowns in the Hurricanes' 47-24 victory over Great Mills. Enters the playoffs with 2,053 yards
and 28 rushing touchdowns.
Hauled in 12 catches for
144 yards and three touchdowns in a 69-28 victory over Southern to set a Maryland public school single-season record with 24 touchdown catches. Has caught 88 passes for 1,313 yards this season.
Earned first-team all-WCAC honors after helping the Stags complete the regular season undefeated for the fourth time this decade.

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Lake Braddock senior lineman Khamrone Kolb (center). (John McDonnell/The Washington Post)

OL Khamrone Kolb OL Arie Kouandjio RB Khalek Shepherd OL Nico Washington
Lake Braddock
6-6, 325 » Sr.
DeMatha
6-6, 310 » Sr.
Gwynn Park
5-9, 175 » Sr.
North Point
6-3, 305 » Sr.
Penn State recruit was a presence again on offense and also helped on defense, filling in for the injured Wassim Abassi, as the Bruins clinched a share of the Patriot District title. Stags running game was
the key as it drove for the game-winning touchdown in the fourth quarter of a 10-7 victory over Bishop McNamara. Named first-team all-WCAC.
Yellow Jackets were idle while receiving a forfeit
from Crossland. For the season, has rushed for at least 100 yards in every game, totaling 1,314 yards and 21 touchdowns.
Anchors an offensive line for Eagles team averaging 26 points and more than 200 rushing yards per game in the school's first undefeated regular season. Has 46 tackles and 4.5 sacks as a defensive lineman.

On the Bubble | Offense

Quarterbacks:
Frank Buckley, Woodbridge, Sr.; Kevin Hogan, Gonzaga, Jr.; Connor Reilly, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Kalvin Seamonson, Atholton, Sr.; Ricardo Young, H.D. Woodson, Sr.
Running Backs:
Idreis Augustus, Lee, Sr.; Marcus Coker, DeMatha, Sr.; Josh Furman, Old Mill, Sr.; Marcus Harris, Stone Bridge, Jr.; Marcus Hughes, Falls Church, Sr.; Kevin Johnson, River Hill, Sr.; Brian Lucas, Damascus, Sr.; Conor McNerney, Potomac School, Jr.; T.J. Peeler, Broad Run, Sr.; Deandre Reaves, Dominion, Sr.; Ben Sasu, Quince Orchard, Sr.
Wide Receivers/Tight Ends:
Eric Frohnapfel, Colonial Forge, Jr.; Matthew Goldsmith, Bishop McNamara, Sr.; Curtis Hardy, Gwynn Park, Sr.;
Paul Phillips, Georgetown Prep, Sr.; Melvin Robinson, Annandale, Sr.; Alonzo Russell, H.D. Woodson, Sr.;
E.L. Smiling, Brooke Point, Sr.; Thomas Wheet, St. Albans, Sr.; Spencer Wilkins, Mount Hebron, Sr.
Kickers:
Calle Brown, Loudoun County, Sr.; Chris Drisko, Woodbridge, Sr.; Kevin Flamenco, Park View, Jr.; Andy Estrain, Sherwood, Sr.; Kyle Hamby, Good Counsel, Jr.
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