Hayfield running back Myles Ross leaves a Battlefield defender in his wake during the Hawks' 6A North region first-round matchup with the Bobcats in Haymarket. (John McDonnell / The Washington Post)
Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
1 Myles Ross RB Sr. 6' 0" 187
2 Malcolm Day CB Sr. 5' 9" 170
12 Gill Savjeet WR Sr. 5' 10" 165
75 Michael Daniels DT Sr. 6' 0" 278
7 Brandon Bell QB Sr. 6' 3" 215
19 James Corbin TE Sr. 6' 4" 185
28 Terrell Wilson S Sr. 5' 7" 160
21 Brandon Jones OLB Sr. 6' 0" 179
33 Justin Thomas S Sr. 6' 1" 177
55 Jack Blevins C Jr. 5' 11" 255
64 Brendan McCarron T Sr. 5' 8" 220
79 Varun Mohan T Sr. 6' 4" 255
77 Adam Johnson G Sr. 6' 5" 325
13 Christian Posey WR Sr. 5' 10" 150
99 Q TeamStat RB
22 Tavier Hale RB Jr.
2 Ty Crabb QB Jr. 5' 11" 170
3 Eric Dorsey CB Sr.
3 Jesse Erskine WR Sr. 5' 9" 150
4 Brian Cobbs WR So. 6' 2" 180
5 Mohamed Mahmoud TE Sr. 6' 2" 210
6 Alex Kamara WR Sr. 5' 11" 120
8 Matt Garcia WR Sr. 5' 10" 180
9 Corey McGhee WR Sr. 6' 4" 170
10 Kyle McManus S Sr. 5' 8" 165
10 Caron Byers RB So. 5' 9" 170
11 Joshua McCrimmon CB So. 6' 2" 150
11 J.C. Watson QB So. 5' 10" 150
13 Terrell Wheeler CB Sr. 6' 0" 165
15 Jeffrey Boadi S Jr. 5' 11" 180
16 Jacob Keeney QB Jr. 5' 11" 140
17 Michael Brunner K Jr. 5' 8" 160
39 Ryan Donoghue K Sr.
20 Kylan Booker RB So. 5' 8" 160
21 Jequiel Skyes WR So. 6' 0" 130
22 Michael Figaro WR So. 5' 7" 160
23 Tanner Murrary CB Jr. 5' 9" 135
23 Nick Shultana WR So.
24 Quinn Banfield QB Jr. 5' 10" 160
24 Alan Reyes WR So. 5' 8" 130
25 Kennedy Ntiamoah CB So. 5' 10" 162
25 Jokary Randall WR So.
26 Jevon Pailin WR So. 5' 10" 155
29 Ahmad Dumbuya CB So. 6' 0" 160
30 Xavier Bass OLB Jr. 5' 11" 185
31 Darius Abrom RB Sr. 5' 8" 148
35 Ryan Wolfe OLB Jr. 5' 11" 180
37 Shady Fahal OLB Sr. 6' 2" 180
40 Russell Tanson MLB Jr. 6' 2" 230
43 Rohit Poputya MLB Jr.
44 Nebiy Ogbamichael WR Sr.
48 Riccardo Vincent WR Sr.
50 Mohamed Boiro DE Sr. 5' 11" 220
51 Jesse Portillo DE Jr.
54 Juan Cruz G Sr. 5' 10" 243
56 Amir Griffin DT Jr. 6' 1" 265
57 Greer Jones G Jr.
60 Kevin Rose DT Sr.
61 Kyle Gorham DE Jr.
62 Jacob Coates DL Jr. 5' 10" 210
66 Spencer Wilson DE Jr. 6' 0" 194
72 Isaiah Hogan-Bassey T Sr. 6' 5" 230
78 Connor Feysa T Jr. 6' 4" 211
80 Nick Genovese WR Jr. 5' 11" 150
83 Anthony Flood WR Jr.
84 Billy Dais WR Jr.
86 Eder Segovia WR Jr.
87 Osama Bin Nasir WR Sr.
88 Jack Ryan WR Jr. 6' 0" 170
99 Ibraham Toure DE Jr. 6' 0" 195
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