Hayfield quarterback Jacob Keeney tries to elude the pressure from Lake Braddock's Tae Choi during a Virginia 6A North region quarterfinal game in Burke. (John McDonnell / The Washington Post)
Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
55 Jack Blevins C/OL/DL Sr. 5' 11" 265
22 Tavier Hale RB Sr. 5' 9" 190
4 Brian Cobbs WR Jr. 6' 3" 180
5 Caron Byers RB Jr. 5' 9" 180
23 Josh McCrimmon CB Jr. 6' 1" 165
15 Jeff Boadi CB Sr. 5' 11" 180
3 Jacob Keeney QB Sr. 5' 11" 175
38 Michael Brunner K Sr. 5' 11" 180
20 Kylan Booker RB Jr. 5' 7" 170
7 Tanner Murray CB Sr. 5' 11" 170
12 Quinn Banfield QB Sr. 5' 11" 185
25 Kennedy Ntiamoah CB Jr. 5' 11" 175
9 Xavier Bass LB Sr. 6' 1" 200
35 Ryan Wolfe OLB Sr. 5' 11" 180
40 Russell Tanson DL Sr. 6' 1" 230
56 Amir Griffin OL/DL Sr. 6' 1" 250
57 Greer Jones OL Sr. 5' 10" 290
91 Jacob Coates DL Sr. 5' 10" 220
50 Spencer Wilson DL Sr. 6' 3" 220
78 Connor Feysa OL Sr. 6' 5" 280
6 Nick Genovese WR Sr. 5' 11" 170
18 Billy Dais WR Sr. 5' 7" 150
19 Eder Segovia WR Sr. 5' 6" 160
88 Jack Ryan TE Sr. 6' 1" 205
44 Ibraham Toure LB Sr. 6' 0" 210
2 Robert Wade RB Sr. 5' 9" 185
1 JJ Pailin WR Jr. 5' 9" 165
8 Nathan Maguder LB Sr. 6' 1" 205
10 Travis Williams TE Sr. 6' 4" 200
11 Chris Joseph WR Jr. 6' 2" 175
13 Will Douglas CB Sr. 5' 6" 150
14 Mohammed Iqbal WR Sr. 5' 9" 170
17 Keith Baker WR Sr. 6' 4" 170
21 Sooky Idris OLB Jr. 190
24 Ilias Majid CB Jr. 5' 11" 170
26 Chris Moreno RB Sr. 5' 8" 160
29 Jimmori Robinson TE Jr. 6' 4" 200
31 Juan Natal MLB Jr. 5' 11" 200
33 Eduardo Lopez-Sanchez CB Jr. 5' 8" 160
34 Matt Liechty LB Jr. 5' 11" 200
54 Zion Appiah DL Jr. 6' 4" 280
37 Naol Abera K Sr. 5' 10" 170
63 Javier Oliver OL So. 5' 11" 220
64 Patrick McCarron OL Jr. 6' 1" 245
67 Rene Zevala OL Sr. 5' 10" 220
71 Khadim Diokhane OL/DL Sr. 6' 3" 280
77 Ben Miles OL Jr. 6' 4" 280
81 Abdullah Alarcon WR Jr. 180
82 Dominic Garcia WR Jr. 6' 1" 175
89 Stephen King TE Jr. 6' 4" 210
90 Will Flowers K Jr. 169
99 Max Towler DL Jr. 210
28 Devin Banks RB Jr. 5' 8" 145
39 Eduardo Pellanne K Sr. 5' 6" 170
28 George Tweneboa RB So. 5' 8" 172
83 Jalen Byers WR So. 5' 8" 160
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