Preseason All-Met Football
First Team | Offense
|RB Idreis Augustus||WR Brandon Coleman||QB Billy Cosh||PK James Devens|
5-9, 195 » Sr.
|Bishop McNamara |
6-7, 215 » Sr.
6-2, 195 » Sr.
6-0, 185 » Sr.
|An undersized speedster, |
he rushed for more than 1,300 yards for Paul VI Catholic last year and was named first-team all-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference for the second consecutive season.
|Also a terrific basketball player, poised for a |
breakout season after posting 21 catches for 584 yards, 6 TDs. Considering Maryland, Virginia,
Virginia Tech, Rutgers
|The Kansas State recruit |
set seven Maryland public school records after throwing for 3,909 yards
and 56 touchdowns last season in the Wildcats’ fast-break no-huddle
|A second-team All-Met |
last season, he made
eight of 10 field goal attempts, with a long
of 44 yards, and all of
his 31 point-after kicks.
Also averaged 37 yards
|OL Shane Johnson||OL Khamrone Kolb||OL Arie Kouandjio||RB T.J. Peeler|
6-5, 305 » Sr.
|Lake Braddock |
6-6, 325 » Sr.
6-6, 310 » Sr.
|Broad Run |
6-1, 200 » Sr.
|Will team with Arie |
Kouandjio on the area's
most impressive offensive line. Stags averaged nearly four rushing touchdowns
per game last season.
|Well-known recruit has trimmed his final choices to Virginia, Virginia Tech, |
Penn State, North Carolina and Connecticut.
|Massive blocker holds |
nearly 50 scholarship
offers. Recruiters love his size, speed, strength and ability to get the job done.
|Rushed for 1,145 yards and 18 touchdowns last season, averaging 8.9 yards per carry, helping the Spartans win their first state title. Has committed to play for Pittsburgh.|
|OL Hassam Ouri||TE Paul Phillips||WR Melvin Robinson||OL Nico Washington|
6-2, 300 » Sr.
|Georgetown Prep |
6-5, 225 » Sr.
6-2, 195 » Jr.
|North Point |
6-3, 305 » Sr.
|A stalwart presence for |
the Bruins, has excelled
on both the offensive and defensive lines. He will take on additional responsibility with the move to center in
his third season as a starter.
|Older brothers Andrew (Stanford) and Colter (Virginia) already are |
playing college football.
Holds a scholarship offer from Indiana, with other schools showing interest.
|A lanky playmaker, |
caught 47 passes for
1,199 yards and 13 touchdowns last season
as he burst onto the scene. Coach Dick Adams predicts another explosive season.
|The leader of the Eagles' offensive and defensive lines, he is a mobile presence creating space for the running game. Also helped the Eagles allow 14 points or less in eight games in 2008.|
Second Team | Offense
|QB||Ricardo Young||H.D. Woodson||Sr.||6-0, 170|
|RB||Malcolm Crockett||Friendship Edison||Jr.||5-10, 170|
|RB||Arlando Scott||North Point||Sr.||5-10, 180|
|WR||Antonio Belt||Forestville||Sr.||6-1, 170||WR||Anthony Johnson||Mountain View||Jr.||6-3, 175|
|WR||E.L. Smiling||Brooke Point||Sr.||6-4, 187|
|OL||Kevin Ball||South Lakes||Sr.||6-5, 260|
|OL||Nick Koutris||Oakton||Sr.||6-5, 250|
|OL||Jimmy Long||Battlefield||Sr.||6-0, 235|
|OL||Mike Pearson||Ballou||Sr.||6-4, 300|
|OL||Sam Strauss||Ballou||Sr.||6-4, 275|
|PK||Andy Estrain||Sherwood||Sr.||5-8, 150|
On the Bubble | Offense
Levi Barber, Edison, Sr.; Danny Fenyak, Westfield, Sr.; Connor Reilly, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Bo Revell, Battlefield, Sr.
Marcus Coker, DeMatha, Sr.; Angus Harper, Edison, Sr.; Khalek Shepherd, Gwynn Park, Sr.
Warren Denny, Centreville, Sr.; Adrian Flemming, Broad Run, Sr.; Jeff Knox, DeMatha, Sr.; WR E.J. Scott, Good Counsel, Sr.
First Team | Defense
|DL Nate Clarke||LB Josh Furman||DB Jordan Haden||LB Javarie Johnson|
6-5, 287 » Sr.
|Old Mill |
6-3, 195 » Sr.
6-0, 205 » Sr.
6-3, 208 » Sr.
|After an offseason getting stronger and losing weight, the two-way starter accepted a scholarship |
offer to play for Maryland.
|Dubbed an athletic freak by recruiters, the heart of the Patriots' defense recorded 87 tackles and eight sacks last season, while also rushing for 796 yards |
and 14 touchdowns.
|The latest member of his family to shine, has committed to play at Florida, where brother Joe is a starting cornerback. |
Brother Josh is a running back at Boston College.
|Dynamic athlete made 90 tackles and had 10 sacks last season for the Crimson Tide. Committed to play for Miami (Fla.).|
|DB Kevin Johnson||LB Brian Laiti||DL Andre Monroe||DB Andre Simmons|
|River Hill |
5-10, 160 » Sr.
6-3, 210 » Sr.
|St. John's |
6-0, 281 » Sr.
|South County |
6-1, 195 » Sr.
|Should step into the |
spotlight held last season
by All-Met Offensive
Player of the Year Michael Campanaro, whom he
plans to join in 2010 at
|The fourth Laiti brother |
to play in the program
has led the Rams in
tackles in each of the
past two seasons. Has
committed to play for
|Two-way starter is undersized by some standards, but gets the |
job done. Made 67 tackles last season, 21 for loss. Committed to Maryland.
|Speedy safety holds eight scholarship offers and likely will be the Stallions' first division I-A scholarship player.|
|DB Titus Till||DL Jay Whitmire||LB Chase Williams||DB Louis Young||Wise |
6-2, 190 » Sr.
|T.C. Williams |
6-6, 285 » Sr.
|Loudoun County |
6-3, 230 » Sr.
|Good Counsel |
6-0, 180 » Sr.
|Hard-hitting safety made |
65 tackles last season in leading the Pumas to the Maryland 4A semifinals
for the first time.
Committed to Maryland.
|Skilled on either side of |
the ball, he holds
scholarship offers from Virginia, North Carolina
and Penn State.
|Son of former Redskins defensive coordinator |
Gregg Williams is a
two-way standout. Led
team in tackles and caught 31 passes as a tight end. Committed to Virginia Tech.
|Two-way standout has terrific speed and great hands. Had 33 tackles and five interceptions at cornerback and 16 catches for 334 yards at wide receiver.|
Second Team | Defense
|DL||Josh Alexander||Westlake||Sr.||6-3, 210|
|DL||Bobby Caffes||DeMatha||Sr.||5-10, 270|
|DL||Keli Doe||Lake Braddock||Sr.||6-2, 310|
|DL||Rahsaan Moore||Wise||Sr.||6-2, 235||LB||Jeremiah Attaochu||Carroll||Sr.||6-3, 224|
|LB||Brian Lucas||Damascus||Sr.||5-11, 205|
|LB||Austin Phillips||DeMatha||Sr.||5-10, 225|
|LB||Chris Pitsenberger||Good Counsel||Sr.||6-0, 215|
|DB||Jeremiah Johnson||Suitland||Sr.||5-11, 160|
|DB||Kyrrel Latimer||DeMatha||Sr.||5-11, 190|
|DB||Matt Robinson||Atholton||Sr.||6-4, 205|
|DB||Devonta Tabannah||Potomac (Md.)||Sr.||5-10, 175|
On the Bubble | Defense
Charles Brown, St. John's, Sr.; Michael Coley, DeMatha, Sr.; Frank Tamakloe, Good Counsel, Sr.;
Lorenzo Waters, DeMatha, Sr.
Lorenzo Waters, DeMatha, Sr.
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