Wilson's captains take the field for the coin toss ahead of their matchup with Friendship Collegiate in the 2014 Pigskin Classic. (Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post)
Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
2 Sean Savoy WR Jr. 5' 9" 175
14 Darius Darden WR Jr. 6' 0" 160
5 Steve Williams QB Jr. 6' 3" 190
30 Marcus Frazier CB Sr. 5' 8" 150
58 Aladeen Ali OT Sr. 6' 4" 250
25 Khamal Peterson RB So. 5' 9" 170
52 Peyton Foreman OG Sr. 6' 2" 230
74 Javaughn Hannah OL Jr. 5' 8" 200
72 Raynard Carter OL Jr. 6' 1" 250
50 James Rice OG/DT Sr. 6' 0" 230
99 Brandon Webster DL Sr. 6' 2" 225
55 Emannuel Houston DL Jr. 6' 4" 250
80 Jamari Jackson WR Sr. 5' 11" 170
17 Khaleb Coleman WR/CB Jr. 6' 3" 185
36 Reece Hinkle K Fr. 5' 10" 200
24 Cary Beverly WR So. 5' 10" 175
4 Maurice Tyler RB Sr. 5' 10" 180
12 Zachary Jackson WR Sr. 6' 3" 175
9 Jamari Jackson DE/WR Sr. 6' 2" 215
28 Isaiah Hall WR So. 5' 10" 165
3 Emon Fleming WR So. 5' 11" 160
81 Anthony Wash TE/WR So. 6' 2" 220
1 Brian Higginbotham RB/CB Sr. 5' 11" 180
7 Sevin Beasley RB Fr. 5' 8" 175
8 Connor Mosby CB Sr. 6' 1" 175
10 Kelvin Bazemore QB/S Jr. 5' 11" 160
11 Mike Galloway FB/DE Jr. 5' 11" 215
15 Marcus Frazier CB Sr. 5' 8" 150
20 Jonathan McCrea K/DE Sr. 5' 11" 185
21 Markell Morris FB/LB Jr. 6' 1" 220
22 Micah Darden LB So. 5' 10" 155
23 Ronald Whitfield CB Jr. 5' 10" 165
27 Luis Flor CB Sr. 5' 9" 165
32 Jordan Barge CB Sr. 6' 1" 165
35 Brandon Hill CB Jr. 6' 2" 195
40 Ingmar Cruz K Jr. 5' 8" 200
42 Delonte Cloyd CB Jr. 5' 10" 175
45 Dwight Ausbrooks DE So. 6' 5" 200
56 Julian Cole OT/DE Jr. 6' 3" 200
64 Kasper Tuamala DT Sr. 6' 1" 235
80 Devante Miller WR Jr. 5' 11" 170
87 Walter Riley DE Jr. 6' 5" 220
6 Navon Prince WR/S Sr. 6' 0" 170
33 Anton Reed So.
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