Gonzaga's Max Fisher (1) stretches for the goal line late in the Eagles' come-from-behind win at Georgetown Prep on Sept. 16 in North Bethesda. (Doug Kapustin / For The Washington Post)
Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
2 Tyree Randolph RB Sr. 5' 7" 172
73 Johnny Jordan OL Sr. 6' 2" 280
7 Sam Brown QB Sr. 6' 3" 180
8 Mitchell Johns LB Sr. 6' 1" 185
3 Jirhe Love WR Sr. 5' 10" 150
1 Max Fisher WR Sr. 6' 3" 180
10 Joseph Zuccari CB Sr. 6' 0" 158
43 Roger Mellado DE Sr. 6' 3" 215
34 Jomah Boakai DE Sr. 5' 11" 208
24 Jason Labbe RB Jr.
9 Jake Bergmann TE Sr.
12 Trevor Louis QB Jr.
14 Cliff Wallace LB Sr.
15 Andrew Irvings RB Jr.
18 Miles Brown TE Sr.
88 Maguire Dilenge WR Jr.
22 Will Lyke LB Jr.
6 Dean Engram WR So.
21 Micaiah Paige CB Sr.
40 Billy McKinnon S Sr.
42 Ryan Myers WR Sr.
45 Robby Mangas OL Jr.
51 Jake Galli LB Jr.
55 Malik Bridgeman DL Jr.
65 Matthew Calderon OL Sr.
66 Aidan Rafferty OL Jr.
71 Antoine Walker OL Sr.
74 Cameron Warfield OL Sr.
79 Jack Keenan OL Jr.
41 Sean Johns QB/DL/LB So.
17 Sam Sweeney WB So.
4 Loic Sangwa RB/LB So.
26 Nick DeChristopher WR Jr.
23 Jordan Colbert WR Jr.
20 Aaron Douoguih RB/LB Jr.
35 Bill Cull WR Jr.
27 Reid Bacon WR Sr.
54 John O'Toole OL/DL So.
99 Luke Hoffman OL/DL Jr.
5 Joseph Wete WR/DL So.
84 Patrick Langevin WR Jr.
13 Hunter Stewart WR So.
11 Jared Morson WR So.
16 Jacobs Oliver So.
19 Brian Townsend Sr.
25 LJ Koi-Larbi Sr.
28 John Marshall So.
29 Marco Kemp So.
30 Aaron Davis So.
31 Justin Ball So.
32 Harrison Sousa So.
33 Lucas Warfield So.
36 Ryan Ebel Jr.
38 Carlos Hubb Fr.
39 Malcolm Terry II Fr.
44 Kevin Kearns So.
46 Jack Garland Fr.
47 Luke Friel So.
50 Connor O'Malley So.
52 Jason Malone So.
53 Luke Petitbon Fr.
56 Alexander Billups So.
57 Derrick Aikens Fr.
58 Jestus Johnson Fr.
64 Jordan Bashar So.
70 Jack Loesch So.
75 Tim Sessing So.
76 Patrick Matan Fr.
77 Justin Duckett So.
80 Wade Jackson Fr.
81 Griffin Bailey So.
82 Rodney Faulk Fr.
83 Sydney Person Jr.
86 Tommy Rooney Jr. Fr.
87 Michael McMahon So.
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