Gwynn Park's Kibwe Galloway (4) eludes a tackle attempt by Calvert's Ryan Farrell (78) during a Maryland 2A South region semifinal on Nov. 11 in Prince Frederick. (Doug Kapustin / For The Washington Post)
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# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
24 Terrell Lindsey RB/S Jr. 5' 9"
15 Ryan Clemons LB/WR/RB Jr. 5' 9"
14 Alfred Johnson QB/QB/WR/RB Sr. 6' 1"
58 Vincent Woodard Jr. DE/OL Sr. 6' 2"
2 Isaiah Coulter WR/CB/RB Sr. 6' 4"
4 Kibwe Galloway RB/S/WR Jr. 5' 5"
5 Terrell Hawkins RB/WR/CB Sr. 5' 9"
7 Richie Goslee CB/WR/RB Sr. 5' 10"
10 Darrian Lee QB/QB/WR/RB Jr. 5' 10"
11 Markell Mayhew WR/S/RB Sr. 6' 3"
13 Kamari Brown QB/QB/WR/RB So. 5' 10"
16 Dante Baxter DE/WR/RB Jr. 6' 0"
17 Samuel Welcher DE Jr. 5' 11"
18 Rodney Williams WR/CB Sr. 5' 10"
19 Ramont Baldwin RB/S/WR So. 5' 9"
20 Mbaye Muhammed K/LB Jr. 5' 10"
21 Jalen Wallace CB/WR Jr. 5' 10"
22 Andrew Sye-Benson FB/LB So. 5' 9"
23 Devin Curry WR So. 6' 0"
25 Daniel Mack CB/WR Sr. 5' 9"
28 Kevin Thomas RB/LB Sr. 5' 11"
32 Ahmonjae Gamble TE/DE Jr. 6' 2"
50 Cameron Cunningham OL/DL Jr. 5' 11"
44 Cameron Turner K/K Sr. 5' 9"
51 Norman White OL/DL Jr. 5' 10"
53 Jordan Ware OL So. 5' 11"
54 Antoine Steward OL/DE Jr. 6' 1"
56 Myles Harris OL/DL So. 6' 0"
57 David Christian OL/DE Jr. 6' 2"
59 Darrell Johnson OL/DL Sr. 6' 4"
67 Jaden Rogers OL So. 6' 0"
72 Robert Lewis OL Sr. 6' 2"
77 Elijah White OL/DE Jr. 6' 4"
9 Jalund Johnson RB/WR/LB Jr.
60 Jaylen Thompson OL/DL Sr.
52 Marquise Ashmon OL/DL Jr. 5' 11"
30 Keivon Brooks CB/WR Jr. 5' 11"
8 Nathaniel Issacc WR/CB Jr.
1 Brandon Turner RB/LB So. 5' 0"
1 Brandon Turner RB/LB So. 5' 0"
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