DeMatha running back Khory Spruill tries to fight through Gonzaga's defense during the Stags' Oct. 15 win in Northwest Washington. (Pete Marovich / For The Washington Post)
Football scores and schedule, Fall 2016
Overall record: 12 - 0
Last game:
Home
Nov. 19
(W) 34 - 29
Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
17 Beau English QB Sr. 6' 1" 190
72 Marcus Minor DL Sr. 6' 4" 285
8 Delante Hellams WR Sr. 6' 1" 183
22 Khory Spruill RB Sr. 5' 11" 205
5 Anthony McFarland RB Sr. 5' 9" 184
14 Tyler Lenhart CB Jr. 6' 1" 176
9 Chase Young DL Sr. 6' 5" 236
6 Gregory Rose FB Sr. 6' 2" 236
55 Victor Oluwatimi OL Sr. 6' 4" 295
54 Terrill Jones Jr. OL Sr. 6' 1" 271
79 Austin Fontaine OL Jr. 6' 4" 295
10 Anthony Toro LB Jr. 6' 2" 219
51 Michael Holt LB Jr. 6' 2" 225
7 Joseph Towns WR Sr. 5' 9" 186
21 Detrick Washington RB Jr. 5' 10" 203
15 John Morgan TE Jr. 6' 4" 241
30 Grant Donaldson FB Sr. 6' 2" 236
24 Anthony Hill RB Jr. 6' 2" 221
20 Naim Muhammad CB Jr. 5' 9" 176
1 Patrick Norman OL Sr. 5' 10" 185
45 Myles Copes TE Sr. 5' 10" 184
12 Jamison Taylor WR Sr. 5' 9" 173
50 Jalen Brown FB Jr. 5' 11" 247
56 Zach Lyons OL Sr. 6' 1" 265
73 Kevin Carr DL So. 6' 4" 261
77 Abraham Bonilla OL Jr. 5' 10" 285
78 Andrew Allmond DL So. 6' 6" 289
2 DeMarcco Hellams WR So. 6' 2" 186
19 Dominic Lyles WR Jr. 6' 1" 176
80 Joseph Hood K So. 5' 9" 166
4 Judson Tallandier WR Jr. 6' 1" 172
3 Myles Canton Sr.
11 Jermaine Johnson So.
16 Eric Najarian QB So.
18 Dominic Logan-Nealy So.
23 Jaylen Johnson Fr.
25 Myles Miree RB So.
26 Nicholas Cross So.
27 Carlton Taylor Sr.
28 Damon Green So.
29 Cameron Lomax So.
31 Deion Green So.
34 Alec Solano So.
32 Marshawn Lloyd RB Fr.
33 Kobi Thomas Jr.
35 Rodney Patterson So.
37 Mylon Richardson Sr.
40 Troy Adams
41 Brandon Dula Jr.
42 Trey Parker So.
44 Jake Dolinger Jr.
48 Aaron Green So.
52 Evan Gregory Jr.
57 Melteon Davis Fr.
58 Dominique Perry DL/TE Fr.
60 Connor Gough Sr.
61 Jordan White Fr.
63 Cameron Bailey
64 Waverly Harris Jr.
66 Michael Forbes DL Fr.
70 Golden Achumba Fr.
81 Gregory Torcaso Sr.
74 Joshua Mason Jr.
36 Joshua Dodd WR/CB Fr. 6' 1" 175
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