The following student-athletes have been selected to The Washington Post’s 2017 All-Met team for football on offense:


Kevin Doyle, QB, Sr., St. John’s
Philadelphia native transferred to St. John’s to give the Cadets a much-needed downfield passing game. He led them to their first Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title since 1989 by completing 61 percent of his passes and throwing for 22 touchdowns. Will play for Michigan.



Doc Bonner, QB, Sr., Quince Orchard
Dartmouth commit led the Cougars to their second straight Maryland 4A state final appearance, combining for 42 touchdowns passing, rushing and receiving.


Rafael Checa, K/P, Sr., St. John’s
Averaged 42 yards per punt, made all 44 of his extra points and hit 11 of 14 field goals, including a 47-yarder.

Brian Cobbs, WR, Sr., Hayfield
Maryland commit threw for 1,095 yards and 11 touchdowns in four starts at quarterback, caught 39 passes for nine scores and rushed for 11 touchdowns.

Jordan Funk, OL, Sr., Damascus
Army commit guarded Damascus quarterback John Allan Ferguson’s blind side and played linebacker for a Swarmin’ Hornets defense that allowed on average seven points per game.


Daniel George, WR, Sr., Oxon Hill
Penn State commit and two-time All-Met selection caught 61 passes for 888 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Evan Gregory, OL, Sr., DeMatha
Maryland commit was key to a resurgent running game that led the Stags to a WCAC semifinal.

Jordan Houston, RB, Jr., Flint Hill
Rebounded from a sophomore season spoiled by injury for a junior season with 30 total touchdowns and 1,971 rushing yards.


Michael Jurgens, OL, Sr., Damascus
Wake Forest commit played right tackle for a Swarmin’ Hornets offense that ran for 31 touchdowns and won its third straight Maryland state championship.

Aidan Rafferty, OL, Sr., Gonzaga
Indiana commit provided solid foundation for a freshman quarterback and led the Eagles to the WCAC final.


Ricky Slade, RB, Sr., Hylton
Arguably the nation’s top back, Penn State commit torched defenses with speed and agility for 12.3 yards per carry and 30 rushing touchdowns.

Dillon Spalding, WR, Sr., South County
West Virginia commit and two-time All-Met selection caught 43 passes for 916 yards and 14 touchdowns.

Rasheed Walker, OL, Sr., North Point
Anchored an offensive line that led the Eagles to 37 points per game and their first trip to the state semifinals.



Kyle Simmons, Westfield
With their trademark disciplined defense and reliable offense, the Bulldogs went undefeated and captured their third straight Virginia Class 6 state title.


Justin Allen, QB, Jr., Tuscarora
Henry Chibueze, OL, Sr., Woodbridge
Dontay Demus, WR, Sr., Friendship Collegiate
Jaden Faulkner, QB, Sr., Eleanor Roosevelt
Austin Fontaine, OL, Sr., DeMatha
Carl Garmon III, RB, Sr., Champe
Devonte Gordon, OL, Sr., Maret
Christian Haynes, OL, Sr., Bowie
Ed Hendrix, WR, Sr., H.D. Woodson
Lamar Horner, OL, Jr., Centreville
Colton Spangler, K/P, Jr., Chesapeake
Antwan Squire, RB, Sr., Suitland
Daniel Thompson, WR, Sr., Stone Bridge


Spencer Anderson, OL, Sr., McNamara
Roberto Argueta, K/P, Sr., Falls Church
Nick Barts, QB, Jr., Loudoun County
Alonzo Beverly, RB, Sr., Theodore Roosevelt
Norval Black, WR, Sr., Northwest
KaDarrian Booker, RB, Sr., Long Reach
Kevan Bowen, OL, Sr., Good Counsel
Gabe Brinson, OL, Sr., South County
Terrlonta Buchanan, QB, Sr., Ballou
Ben Castellano, WR, Jr., Woodgrove
Julius Chestnut, RB, Sr., Spalding
Reese Crounse, QB, Sr., Northern
Shane Davis, QB, Sr, Broadneck
Devin Dawkins, RB, Jr., Howard
Lovell Djieya Jr., RB, Sr., Wheaton
Justin Duenkel, K/P, Jr., Flint Hill
David Dupree, RB, Sr., DuVal
Mike Fierstein, OL, Sr., Quince Orchard
John Geppert, QB, Sr., Landon
Jesus Gibbs, OL, Sr., Potomac (Va.)
Jamal Glenn, RB, Sr., Maret
Cam Hart, WR, Jr., Good Counsel
Isaiah Hazel, WR, Jr., Wise
DeMarcco Hellams, WR, Jr., DeMatha
Troy Hettinger, K/P, Sr., Marriotts Ridge
Darius Hunter, RB, Sr., Arundel
Rakim Jarrett, WR, So., St. John’s
Josh Jefferson, OL, Sr., St. John’s
Jemichael Jones, QB, Sr., North Point
Perris Jones, RB, Sr., Episcopal
Bassie Kanu, RB, Sr., Centreville
Marco Kemp, K/P, Jr., Gonzaga
Noah Kim, QB, So., Westfield
Malik Lawrence, WR, Jr., North Point
Jelani Machen, RB, Jr., Landon
Connor Madden, K/P, Sr., South Lakes
Dakwandre Marshall, RB, Jr., Falls Church
Tyler Matheny, WR, Sr., Lake Braddock
Michael Mbony, QB, Sr., Sherwood
Elisha McDonald, RB, Sr., Eleanor Roosevelt
Teyonte McKenzie, RB, Sr., Bell
Robert Middleton, QB, Jr., Lackey
Noelly Miller, WR, Jr., Wootton
Darrien Newton, RB, Sr., Mount Vernon
John Oliver, RB, Sr., Wise
Wande Owens, RB, Jr., Glenelg
Latrele Palmer, RB, Jr., Good Counsel
Keilan Robinson, RB, Jr., St. John’s
Zamon Robinson, WR, Sr., Blair
Andre Ross Jr., WR, Sr. National Collegiate
George Richardson III, WR, Sr., Dominion
Grant Saylor, QB, Sr., Wootton
Ben Ball, OL, Jr., Stone Bridge
Bryson Shaw, WR, Jr., Bullis
Ronnell St. John, QB, Jr., Bell
Kamau Stith, WR, Jr., Theodore Roosevelt
Tucker Strachan, QB, Sr, Bullis.
Charles Thompson, WR, Jr., St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes
Miles Thompson, QB, Jr., Flint Hill
Adam Tounkara, OL, Sr., Richard Montgomery
Elijah Trent, WR, Sr., Wootton
Davis Walker, K/P, Sr., Landon
Tanner Wall, WR, Sr., Yorktown
Leron West, RB, Jr., Tuscarora
Caleb Williams, QB, Fr., Gonzaga
Ethon Williams, WR, Jr., Broadneck
Quinton Williams, QB, Jr., Wise

Text by Jacob Bogage