QB Sean Schaefer, Junior, Northern
Second-team all-SMAC and honorable mention All-Met performer led the conference in passing, helping the much-improved Patriots to a 7-3 record. Completed 103 of 184 attempts for 1,416 yards, 10 touchdowns and nine interceptions.
RB Dervon Wallace, Senior, Calvert
Second-team All-Met and two-time all-SMAC and All-Extra selection led the conference in rushing with 1,790 yards and 18 touchdowns. His 9.9-yard per carry average was best among the Washington area's top 25 rushers.
RB Morgan Green, Sophomore,
Became the first Charger to rush for more than 1,000 yards as a sophomore. Finished second in the SMAC with 1,131 yards and 18 touchdowns on 197 carries, an average of 5.7 yards per carry.
WR Xavier Davis, Junior,
Honorable mention All-Met and first-team all-SMAC selection totaled 31 receptions for 715 yards and 11 touchdowns. His 23.1-yard per catch average was second-best among the Washington area's top 20 receivers. Was also a second-team all-league pick at defensive back.
WR Luis Perez, Senior, Patuxent
Honorable mention All-Met and two-time all-SMAC and All-Extra pick finished season with 30 catches for 578 yards and five touchdowns. Was also a first-team all-conference selection at defensive back and averaged 20.5 yards per kickoff return, including one kickoff return for a touchdown.
WR Jacob Miller, Senior, Chopticon
Second-team all-SMAC performer finished with 34 catches for 528 yards and eight touchdowns. Also returned two kicks for touchdowns and grabbed three interceptions.
OL Bubba Brady, Junior, Calvert
First-team all-SMAC selection and honorable mention All-Met has good leverage and superb quickness and agility for his 6-2, 255-pound frame. Was the lead blocker for a Calvert team that totaled 2,989 yards rushing and 34 touchdowns. Also recorded 84 tackles and three sacks on defense.
OL Trey Tonsing, Junior, Westlake
Honorable mention All-Met and first-team all-SMAC honoree is a sturdy 6-3, 240 pounds. Was the lead blocker for a Westlake offense that totaled 2,280 yards rushing and 32 touchdowns.
OL T.J. Foley, Senior, Patuxent
First-team all-SMAC on both sides of the line, Foley is a solid 6-3, 250 pounds. Combines that size with quickness and great agility.
OL David Ziegler, Senior,
First-team all-SMAC pick is surprisingly quick for his 6-5, 285-pound frame and exhibits good leverage. Has orally committed to Marshall.
OL Barry King, Senior, McDonough
Second-team all-SMAC selection is 6-0, 320. The Rams' Most Outstanding Player possesses great leverage. Helped clear the path for senior Jay Muschette, who totaled 815 yards in six games in injury-shortened season. Led team in pancake blocks.
of the Year
QB Antonio Lewis,
Senior, Thomas Stone
First-team All-Met and two-time all-SMAC and All-Extra selection is known for his versatility and explosiveness. Passed for 1,014 yards and 15 touchdowns this season, averaging 24.1 yards per completion. Also rushed for 847 yards (5.7 yards per carry) and 17 scores, for a combined total of 61 touchdowns over the past two seasons. Was also a second-team all-conference pick at defensive back.
Coach of the Year
Brad Criss, Calvert
Led Calvert to its first outright SMAC championship. The Cavaliers, who are 17-4 in Criss's two seasons as head coach, also reached the playoffs this year for just the second time. Guided the team to a 37-0 victory over heavily favored and previously unbeaten Gwynn Park in the Maryland 3A quarterfinal before losing to eventual state champion Seneca Valley, 33-26, in the semifinal round.
Quarterbacks: Josh Bhattacharya, Junior, Leonardtown; Justyn Lankford, Senior, Patuxent.
Running backs: Jay Muschette, Senior, McDonough; Dan Pernell, Senior, Patuxent; Chad Wallace, Senior, Patuxent; Brandon Weeden, Senior, Westlake.
Wide receivers: Ricky Collins, Senior, Leonardtown; Dustin Jackson, Junior, Leonardtown; Dean Lee, Senior, McDonough.
Offensive line: Frank Boka, Senior, Leonardtown; Joe Cronin, Senior, Northern; Mike Cmar, Senior, Chopticon; Frank Minopoli, Senior, Thomas Stone; John Sutherland, Senior, Westlake.
Defensive line: Phil Howell, Senior, Northern; Jimari Jones, Junior, Thomas Stone; Josh Pasik, Senior, Great Mills; Adrian Walker, Senior, Westlake.
Linebacker: Shawn Abner, Senior, Northern; Michael Clementi, Senior, Great Mills; Michael Dodson, Junior, Thomas Stone; Shawn Englert, Junior, Calvert; Scott Wilkinson, Senior, McDonough.
Defensive back: Ty Kisner, Sophomore, La Plata; Sean Plater, Senior, Northern; Mike Smith, Senior, Northern; Frankie Warren, Junior, Thomas Stone; Andre Young, Senior, Leonardtown.
Special teams: Matt Bancroft, Senior, Calvert.
of the Year
DB Taros Harris, Senior, Calvert
First-team All-Met is the league's only three-time all-SMAC and All-Extra honoree. Finished this season with six interceptions, raising his career total to 23. On offense Harris split time at quarterback, wide receiver and running back, averaging 18.2 yards per throw, 31.6 yards per catch and 6.3 yards per carry. Also returned 10 kicks for touchdowns over the past three seasons. Has orally committed to Kent State.
DB Jerome Brooks, Senior, Calvert
Honorable mention All-Met and first-team all-SMAC pick grabbed a team-high eight interceptions for a Cavaliers defense that totaled a league-best 26. Also recorded 52 tackles. Sure-handed receiver had 11 catches for 244 yards and five touchdowns.
DB Thaddeus Hicks, Senior, Lackey
First-team all-SMAC selection allowed two touchdowns all season. Finished the year with 31 tackles and one interception. Also had seven pass deflections, seven tackles for loss and three fumble recoveries. Caught 16 passes for 248 yards and two touchdowns.
DB Jared Fagan, Junior, Westlake
Arguably the fastest player in the SMAC, Fagan is a skilled cover corner. Finished this season with five interceptions, one returned for a touchdown, and 21 tackles. Also rushed for 646 and 10 total touchdowns.
LB Terrell Reeves,
Honorable mention All-Met and two-time all-SMAC and All-Extra pick led the Braves with 68 tackles, including 12 for loss. Also recorded five sacks, caused five fumbles, grabbed three interceptions and was credited with a safety. Offensively, Reeves (6-3, 220) rushed for 967 yards and 10 touchdowns.
LB Chris Johnson, Senior, Westlake
First-team all-SMAC performer recorded 90 tackles for the Wolverines. Totaled five tackles for loss, four sacks, forced three fumbles and had one interception.
LB Dane Donnelly, Senior, Calvert
Honorable mention All-Met and first-team all-SMAC selection finished the season with a team-high 92 tackles, including three sacks. The quick and athletic Donnelly also added a stunning seven interceptions from the linebacker spot.
LB Harold Jones,
Senior, Thomas Stone
First-team all-SMAC performer was the Cougars' leading tackler. Offensively, Jones added 536 yards and six touchdowns on 92 carries, an average of 5.8 yards per carry.
DL Lance Williams, Senior, Chopticon
First-team all-SMAC pick is quick and agile at 6-4, 250 pounds. Finished this season with 38 tackles, three fumble recoveries and one safety.
DL Steven Foote, Senior, Calvert
First-team all-SMAC honoree is 6-0, 215 pounds. Recorded 83 tackles, four sacks and a fumble recovery this season.
DL Joe Young, Senior, Lackey
Second-team all-SMAC selection led the SMAC with 11 sacks. Also finished with 50 tackles, forcing three fumbles and recovering three. Offensively, Young (6-2, 210) had five receptions at tight end for 90 yards and a touchdown.
DL Randy Robinson, Senior, Lackey
Honorable mention All-Met and first-team all-SMAC honoree is also Lackey's first player named to the Golden 11 team. Allowed no sacks this season. On defense, the second-team all-league pick who stands 6-3, 265 pounds, added 40 tackles, including 11 for loss, and six sacks.
ST Delannie Spriggs,
Honorable mention All-Met running back was also a first-team all-SMAC pick at special teams and running back and second-team at defensive back. Led the SMAC in scoring with 22 total touchdowns. Had more than 800 yards in returns, including two scores. Added 16 rushing touchdowns, three receiving and one on an interception return.