Tuscarora quarterback Daniel Smith reaches for the end zone during the Huskies' Virginia 5A North region semifinal win over North Stafford in November 2015. (John McDonnell / The Washington Post)
Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
53 Hunter Wiley OL Sr. 6' 0" 235
3 Renny Adjei RB So. 5' 11" 170
66 Chris Caylor OL Sr. 6' 2" 245
50 Jose Carreras OL Sr. 5' 10" 210
48 Kyle Garcia RB/LB Sr. 5' 7" 180
61 Connor Hite OL Sr. 5' 8" 220
54 Christian Kellum OL Sr. 5' 8" 185
71 Abraham Reines OL Sr. 6' 2" 210
59 Collin Runholt OL Sr. 6' 0" 195
24 Jeremy Sampson RB Sr. 5' 10" 160
5 Justin Allen QB So. 5' 10" 165
80 Gunnar Biebighauser WR Sr. 6' 0" 170
21 Chris Broad WR Jr. 5' 7" 160
13 Michael Carroll WR/CB Jr. 5' 5" 160
40 Peter Deer RB/LB Jr. 5' 8" 175
16 Yassine Elmellouki K Sr. 5' 9" 150
56 Chris Escobar OL/DL Jr. 6' 2" 265
32 Zach Gallagher RB/LB Jr. 5' 11" 165
25 Brandon Ho WR/CB Sr. 5' 7" 135
86 Salvatore Internicola TE/LB Jr. 5' 11" 150
27 Garret Kaplan RB/CB Jr. 6' 0" 155
6 Tyler Kijak TE/LB Jr. 6' 0" 200
22 Derek Larson RB Sr. 5' 10" 155
20 Alex Lee WR/C/CB Jr. 5' 9" 140
7 Jaylon Lundy RB Jr. 5' 8" 170
76 Will Moore OL/DL/DE So. 6' 1" 260
64 Jason Walters OL Jr. 5' 11" 220
51 Jimmy Alexander OL/DL So.
52 Spencer Anderson OL So.
88 Christoph Atkinson TE So.
85 Aaron Bowser WR/LB Sr.
69 Daniel Carabantes OL/DL So.
9 Owen Cary WR/CB So.
42 Juan Castillo FB/LB Jr.
70 J.R. Coates DL/OL Sr.
2 Taye Davis WR/CB So.
57 Charlie Flint OL/DL/DE Jr.
75 Sam Galletta OL/DL/DE So.
12 Caleb Hertel WR/C/CB So.
18 Jesse James WR So.
14 Kyle Jenkins TE/LB Jr.
10 Ben Knuff QB/CB So.
62 Christian Lamb OL/DL/DE So.
82 Bryce McAlpine WR Sr.
60 Aaron Monroy-Cruz OL/DL/DE So.
11 Joe Morein WR/CB Sr.
15 Sean O'Rourke WR So.
8 Mikey Ortega QB So.
58 Trevor Palmer OL/DL/DE So.
23 Ben Pauly FB/LB So.
23 Ben Pauly FB/LB So.
34 Robert Powers WR/CB So.
44 Yusuf Rafiqzad FB/LB So.
33 Duncan Schenk WR So.
30 Wajaat Shah LB/FB Sr.
55 Karandeep Singh OL/DL So.
1 Bryce Sorrell WR/C/CB Sr.
45 Jack Strassle TE/DL So.
72 Nester Velasquez OL Sr.
4 Leron West RB/LB So.
12 Ethan Gick QB Fr.
31 Bryce Tricle RB So.
28 Zach Dillard WR So.
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