E Leslie Shepherd, Forestville -- Despite missing three games, the senior caught 24 passes for 350 yards and seven touchdowns to lead team to Maryland Class B state playoffs . . . returning first-team All-Met also threw a touchdown pass, kicked a field goal, made 16 of 19 conversion kicks and intercepted two passes . . . has school record 77 career catches for 1,700 yards and 22 touchdowns.

E Hubert Davis, Lake Braddock -- Quick, with superb hands . . . had 60 receptions for 700 yards and nine touchdowns . . . best effort was 10 catches for 130 yards . . . had 103 catches for 1,300 yards in two years . . . an All-Met basketball player, he's nephew of pro player Walter Davis and will attend North Carolina on basketball grant.

T Mark Moores, Whitman -- Size helped him become outstanding run and pass blocker . . . Coach Rich Cameron called him best lineman he's coached in his 15 years . . . tough to block . . . had more than 50 tackles, six sacks and one fumble recovery.

T David Flynn, Georgetown Prep -- Good quickness helped make him instrumental in Little Hoyas' running game and key blocker on short-yardage plays . . . three-year starter and integral part of team's 22-game winning streak and consecutive Interstate Athletic Conference titles . . . had 16 sacks, two fumble recoveries and was second on team in tackles.

G Tim Driscoll, Madison -- Key lineman for Warhawks' running game past two seasons . . . strength and agility allowed senior to make important blocks for backs . . . graded out well on both run and pass . . . second-team All-Met as junior who emerged as solid team leader.

G Danny Edelen, DeMatha -- Played strong-side guard in Stags' dominant running attack . . . graded well over 90 percent as Stags rushed for more than 300 yards and averaged 33 points per game . . . equally adept at blocking for the run or pass . . . played in crucial plays on defense . . . runs a 4.9, 40-yard dash.

C Will Gant, Churchill -- Ignited a Bulldogs running attack that enjoyed fine success during 7-3 season . . . often made key blocks to spring running backs . . . quick, intense, consistent peformer . . . snaps on punts and field goals. . . team captain.

QB Henderson Mosley, H.D. Woodson -- Superb all-around athlete who also excels in baseball and basketball . . . completed 52 percent of his passes for more than 800 yards and rushed for another 600 in compiling better than 1,400 yards total offense for Interhigh League East Division champions . . . threw 13 touchdown passes and ran for another nine . . . kicked 14 PATs.

RB Richard Dickens, Carroll -- Fine cutback runner with elusive speed . . . rushed for 1,400 yards on 140 attempts and scored 14 touchdowns . . . had a number of runs of more than 50 yards, including scoring dashes of 58 and 72 yards against McNamara . . . caught game-winning pass against DeMatha.

RB Robert Green, Friendly -- Has good speed and ability to break tackles . . . got stronger as games progressed . . . rushed for 1,550 yards and scored 16 touchdowns for playoff-bound Patriots . . . had six field goals and 25 conversion kicks to rank among area scoring leaders with 139 points.

RB Lydell Scott, T.C. Williams -- Offensive Player of the Year . . . key to the highly regarded Titans running attack . . . breaks tackles, has fine speed and is extremely strong for his size . . . rushed for 1,400 yards and scored 19 touchdowns for area's top-ranked team . . . had one four-touchdown game.

KR Tyrone Fitch, Walter Johnson -- Deceptive speed with long strides and ability to break tackles . . . had kick-return and punt-return averages of 37 and 15 yards, respectively, with three touchdowns . . . graceful pass catcher with 44 receptions for 825 yards and another seven touchdowns . . . also had seven interceptions.

PK John Duke, Seneca Valley -- Outstanding clutch performer, had last-second winning field goals against both Montgomery County AA foes Springbrook and Churchill . . . converted six-of-10 attempts and 25-of-27 conversion kicks . . . punted for 36-yard average and handled all kickoffs.

DE Kenny Ford, Oxon Hill -- Had 60 tackles and 25 assists in leading Clippers to a fourth straight Maryland Class AA state playoff berth . . . had eight sacks and four interceptions, returning one for a score, and recovered three fumbles . . . also rushed for 600 yards and scored 10 touchdowns.

DE Shane Henson, Seneca Valley -- Defensive Player of the Year . . . very aggressive and most consistent performer for Class AA Region I champion Eagles . . . was in on more than 100 tackles, 66 of them unassisted . . . had 10 sacks, blocked one field goal and one punt . . . at tight end caught 11 passes and scored two touchdowns.

DT Garland Hawkins, DeMatha -- Toughest defender against both pass and run on Stags defensive unit . . . averaged five first hits and four assists per game despite teams running away from him . . . had 13 sacks and six blocked passes . . . bench presses more than 300 pounds and has 4.6 speed. . . . three-year starter.

DT Tracy Fells, T.C. Williams -- Key to stingy Titans defense that allowed less than 125 yards per game and only 42 points through 10 games . . . was in on more than 100 tackles with 10 sacks, several fumble recoveries . . . quick and very strong.

MG Elbert Ouzts, McNamara -- Prototype nose guard with short, wide body that makes him very tough to block . . . bottled up most team's running games and averaged seven solo tackles and six assists per game . . . had six sacks and did fine job on offensive line . . . All-Met wrestler and honor student.

LB Alan Heddings, Courtland -- Leading tackler for most successful Virginia team in past five years . . . was in on 128 tackles, 14 of them resulting in losses, in leading team to second straight Commonwealth District crown and AAA playoff berth. . . was given team's Hit of the Week honor six times by coaching staff.

LB Brett Wright, McDonough -- Considered one of finest overall players in Southern Maryland Athletic Conference in recent years . . . outstanding tackler, quickness allowed him to run down running backs from behind or deftly cover passes . . . had 89 first hits, 72 assists, five sacks, four interceptions and blocked three punts for 7-3 team.

DB Stephon Banks, Courtland -- Combined with Heddings as team allowed less than 150 yards per game and 75 points and four shutouts in 10 games . . . was in on 66 tackles, 42 of them first hits, had three sacks, knocked down seven passes and had three interceptions.

DB Richard Kinsman, Marshall -- Led Statesmen defensive unit that allowed only 106 points in 10 games . . . had six interceptions, four fumble recoveries and was in on 75 tackles for playoff-bound team . . . has school-record 14 interceptions.

DB Erik Anderson, T.C. Williams -- Patrols secondary for Titans, who have not allowed any long scoring runs . . . has outstanding quickness . . . has four interceptions, numerous knockdowns and more than 30 first hits . . . is team's best receiver with six touchdowns . . . also returns kicks.

DB Brad Brown, Springbrook -- Was key defender for surprising Blue Devils . . . plays roverback position very well, covering speedy receivers or tight ends . . . had six interceptions, three fumble recoveries and 49 first hits . . . had seven touchdowns among 23 catches as a receiver . . . split punting duties.

P Chris Alcott, Yorktown -- Averaged more than 37 yards on 42 punts, . . . great hang time and has not had a kick blocked in two seasons . . . had 65-yard kick and several others bounced out of bounds inside the 15-yard line . . . had two touchdown receptions, three interceptions and two field goals.

Coach Al Thomas, Seneca Valley -- Team finished regular season 10-0 and won Montgomery AA league crown . . . has more than 100 victories in past dozen years . . . won three Maryland state titles while school was in Class A and B . . . earned third straight Class AA playoff berth by winning region.