Football leaders
Rank Name School Total
1 Dominyck Sims Wheaton 299
2 Trey Davis Glenelg 297
3 Tyree Randolph Gonzaga 290
4 Charles Brooks Bell 279
- Andrew Zuckerman Churchill 279
5 CJ Rainey Wise 275
6 Malik Anderson Howard 269
7 Jonathan Hetrick Poolesville 267
8 DeMarcus Ramsey South County 266
9 James Douglas Tuscarora 261
10 Mohamed Ibrahim Good Counsel 258
11 Charlie Clewis Woodgrove 256
12 Jake Funk Damascus 249
13 Jalen Jackson Annandale 244
14 Joshua Breece Stone Bridge 242
15 Myles Ross Hayfield 226
16 Owen Wright Georgetown Prep 224
17 Jordan Houston Flint Hill 218
18 Bryan Juarez Magruder 216
19 Anthony Crutchfield Falls Church 215
20 Brandon Blackwell Chopticon 213
21 Joshua Hurlburt Marshall 210
22 Travis Levy Sherwood 208
23 Perris Jones Bishop Ireton 203
24 Garrison Burnett Maret 193
25 Jack Anderson Langley 192
- Karl Mofor Eleanor Roosevelt 192
26 Leon Young Wakefield 190
27 Lamont Atkins Lake Braddock 187
28 Joshua Chase Spalding 183
- Daiimon Cleveland West Potomac 183
29 Jamal Speaks Ballou 178
30 Rakeem Darden Suitland 174
31 Julian Garrett Centreville 173
32 Terrance Horne Sidwell Friends 171
33 Moses Kamara Edison 169
34 Eli Blair-May Episcopal 168
- Ceneca Espinoza Washington-Lee 168
35 Sean Foncha Robinson 166
36 Grant Misch Potomac Falls 165
37 Bradley Block Briar Woods 162
38 Chris Long Patuxent 160
39 Justine Annan West Potomac 159
- Chase Jefferson Park View 159
40 Jhordan Greene Richard Montgomery 158
- Nikolai Hopkins Park View 158
- Mitch Westbrook Heritage 158
41 Meech Hembry Broad Run 155
42 Chris Wallace Rockville 153
43 Mychale Salahuddin H.D. Woodson 151
Football in the news

Boys’ basketball Top 20: Westfield cracks the top five; Wise, Quince Orchard join the rankings

The Bulldogs have won all 13 games since their football players joined the team while the Pumas and Cougars join the fray after weeks of impressive results.
The AllMetSports Staff ·
February 8, 2016

Three of the nation’s top girls’ hoops teams reside in one Maryland county. This week, they play one other.

Riverdale Baptist, National Christian Academy and Forestville — three small schools in Prince George’s County — have stockpiled some of the top basketball talent in the country.
Mark Giannotto ·
February 5, 2016

Maryland dominates National Signing Day for DeMatha football

Four Stags signed with the Terrapins in a deep DeMatha class that also includes All-Met Defensive Player of the Year Shane Simmons (Penn State).
February 4, 2016

Terrell Hall and Aaron Hansford highlight National Signing Day at St. John's

Hall chooses to continue football career at Alabama and Hansford picks Texas A&M.
February 4, 2016

Few surprises on a festive National Signing Day for D.C. area football stars

It was a relatively drama free day around the District as Terrell Hall (Alabama), Jauan Williams (Carroll) and Aaron Hansford (Texas A&M) announced their commitments on a big Wednesday for area athletes.
Brandon Parker ·
February 5, 2016

National Signing Day 2016: Ceremonies from D.C., Maryland and Virginia

The area’s top recruits make their national letters-of-intent official.
February 9, 2016

National Signing Day 2016: Shane Simmons, Keandre Jones, Terrell Hall among top locals expected to sign

High school football standouts from the Washington area are expected to sign their National Letters-of-Intent on Wednesday, Feb. 3.
February 3, 2016

Proposed bill could give D.C. State Athletic Association full oversight of citywide high school athletics

In the wake of an audit that revealed gross mismanagement of D.C. Insterscholastic Athletic Association funds, a city council member has proposed giving the DCSAA more oversight.
Mark Giannotto ·
February 3, 2016

While top recruits celebrate on National Signing Day, preferred walk-ons gamble on their football futures

Passing up a full scholarship to roll the dice as a walk-on? This is the reality for a growing number of high school football recruits.
Brandon Parker ·
February 3, 2016

NFL names Tuscarora’s Michael Burnett high school coach of the year

The architect of the Huskies and a two-time Virginia state champion coach earned the award through his efforts to innovate and keep his players on the field.
Dillon Mullan ·
January 28, 2016