Damascus running back Markus Vinson (16) is off to the races during a second-quarter touchdown run in the Swarmin' Hornets' Oct. 28 home victory over Seneca Valley. (Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post)
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
13 Sidney Fehlinger WR/CB Sr.
7 Brant Murray WR/OLB Sr.
5 Jevani Christian RB/DT/FB Sr.
26 Giovanni Alelman WR/CB/MLB Jr. 5' 8" 170
45 Kadin Saleh RB/OLB Sr.
50 Joshua Iacoviello OL/DL Sr.
61 Ian Culpepper OL/DL Jr.
65 JC Philbin OL/C/DT/DL Sr.
2 Colin Gallagher WR/CB Sr.
3 Javier Smith WR/CB/WR Sr. 5' 5" 130
9 Ferguson John Allan QB/CB Sr.
11 Paul Purkey RB/OLB/DT Sr. 5' 9" 165
20 Preston Murray WR/CB/WR So. 5' 10" 140
27 Ben Lokos RB/OLB/CB Sr. 5' 9" 150
23 Dontay Roland RB/OLB Jr.
52 Michael Jurgens OL/DL Sr.
54 Trevor Reinhold WR/CB Jr.
46 Will Stansell OLB/DT/DL Jr.
68 Myron Aseim OL/T/DL Jr.
81 Connor Poole TE/DE Sr. 6' 0" 200
4 Dustin Kitzmiller WR/CB Sr.
6 Michael Rice WR/CB Sr.
8 TD Ayo-Durojaiye RB/OLB Jr.
10 Micah Thorpe RB/OLB Sr.
12 Martins Opara WR/CB Sr.
16 Ethan Wentzlaff RB/CB Sr.
21 Gage Dickens RB/CB Sr.
22 Gavin Freeman RB/CB Sr.
24 Luke McCullough WR/CB So.
25 Aiden Beall RB/OLB So.
28 John Castablanco RB/CB
29 Austin Ambush RB/CB So.
31 Kairi Henderson WR/CB Jr.
32 Blake Reynolds WR/CB Sr.
34 Michael O'Neil QB/CB So.
35 Gabe Mendez TE/OLB Jr.
36 James Petrolle WR/CB Jr.
86 Jordan Wilkerson WR/CB Jr.
85 Matt Betterelli TE/DE Sr.
80 Junior Baires K So.
76 Gage Johnson OL/DL Sr.
75 Chase Dillingham OL/DL Jr.
63 Yase Cann OL/DL Sr.
57 Sean Rogers DL/OL Sr.
62 Max Hoffman OL/DL Sr.
55 Jordan Funk OL/DL Sr.
37 Joevan Slater RB/OLB Jr.
41 Dontay Roland RB/OLB Jr.
44 Bryan Bresee TE/OLB/DT So.
42 Timothy Ferguson WR/OLB/DT So.
51 Elijah Baisden OL/DL
69 Amir DeVaughn OL/DL Jr.
53 Devin Harmon OL/DL Jr.
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