The following student-athletes have been selected to The Washington Post’s 2019 All-Met team for football offense:

Player of the Year

Rakim Jarrett, WR, Sr., St. John’s

Jarrett was the most electrifying player in the area and a threat to score every time he touched the ball. He caught 60 passes for 950 yards and seven touchdowns while playing against perhaps the toughest schedule in the country for a St. John’s team that won the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference regular season title. He initially committed to LSU but then flipped to Maryland on signing day.

First team

Jared Cole, Utility, Sr., Stone Bridge

The U-Mass. commit did a little bit of everything for the Bulldogs, rushing for more than 1,500 yards and adding more than 800 yards receiving.

Marquez Cooper, RB, Sr., Quince Orchard

He finished a decorated career with the Cougars by rushing for 2,038 yards and 38 touchdowns. He’s committed to Kent State.

Corey Dyches, WR, Sr., Potomac

The Maryland commit racked up 1,350 receiving yards and 19 touchdowns as the Wolverines reached the Maryland 2A championship game.

Vince Errigo, K/P, Sr., Good Counsel

Jalen Hampton, RB, Sr., Georgetown Prep

The Virginia Tech commit carried the Hoyas to the Interstate Athletic Conference title, rushing for 1,214 yards (7.2 per carry) and 11 touchdowns despite playing just 8½ games.

Anton Harrison, OL, Sr., Carroll

The Oklahoma commit dominated the WCAC Metro division and earned conference player of the year honors. With him at left tackle, Carroll rushed for more than 2,600 yards.

Matthew Hibner, TE, Sr., Lake Braddock

An integral player for the Bruins on both sides of the ball, the Michigan commit finished with 942 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns.

Aaryn Parks, OL, Sr., National Christian

Parks piled up more than 40 pancake blocks as he helped a talented National Christian team to a 7-3 record. He’s committed to Oklahoma.

Kaden Prather, WR, Jr., Northwest

The 6-foot-3 wideout totaled 844 receiving yards, including 101 in the Jaguars’ Maryland 4A championship game appearance.

Ryan Linthicum, OL, Jr., Damascus

The Clemson commit helped the Hornets to a fourth Maryland state title in five years.

Luke Petitbon, OL, Sr., Gonzaga

The Wake Forest commit finished with 63 pancake blocks, leading an offensive line filled with Division I prospects.

Landon Tengwall, OL, Jr., Good Counsel

Tengwall anchored a terrific offensive line that led Good Counsel to its first WCAC championship since 2012.

Caleb Williams, QB, Jr., Gonzaga

Williams threw for 1,770 yards and 19 touchdowns against just four interceptions. He also ran for 838 yards and 18 touchdowns to earn his second straight first-team selection.

Coach of the Year

Maurice Vaughn, Dunbar

In his third year as head coach, Vaughn led Dunbar to its first 10-win season since 2007. After winning just two games in year one, he made a promise to his players that they’d be champions by year three. This season began with tragedy for the program, but it ended with Vaughn proving to be a man of his word as Dunbar defeated H.D. Woodson, 21-12, to claim its tenth Turkey Bowl.

Second team

Ashton Allen, Utility, Sr., Bullis

R.J. Adams, OL, Sr., Woodbridge

T’Kai Ayoola, RB, Sr., Richard Montgomery

Patrick Donovan-Jenkins, OL, Sr., Georgetown Prep

Olu Fashanu, OL, Sr., Gonzaga

Umari Hatcher, WR, Jr., Freedom-Woodbridge

Noah Kim, QB Sr., Westfield

Mark Lawton, OL, Sr., Friendship Collegiate

Sean Leonard, WR, Sr., South River

MarShawn Lloyd, RB, Sr., DeMatha

Sam Renzi, K/P, Sr., Mount Vernon

Santana Saunders, OL, Sr., Flowers

Dez Williams, WR, Jr., St. Mary’s Ryken

Honorable mention

Emani Alford, RB, Sr., Pallotti

Dominique Anthony, QB, Sr. Potomac

Demond Arter, OL, Sr., St. John's

Junior Baires, K, Sr., Damascus

Malik Baker, WR, Jr., Oxon Hill

Tim Baldwin, RB, Sr., Patriot

Klayton Batten, QB, Sr., St. Charles

Ryan Beach, WR, Sr., Northwest

Rashard Biggs, RB, Sr. Wilson

Jaden Byrd, WR, Sr., Oxon Hill

Jimmy Christ, OL, Sr., Dominion

Joseph Dagbe, Utility, Sr., South Lakes

Amonte Dreher, QB, Jr., Dunbar

Matthew Dzierski, QB, Sr., South County

Justice Ellison, RB, Sr., Flint Hill

Isaiah Foote, Sr., OL, Calvert

Josh Forburger, QB, Sr., Walter Johnson

David Foust, QB, Sr., South River

Ethan Gick, QB, Sr., Tuscarora

Noah Gick, OL, Sr., Tuscarora

Jevonn Gilyard, WR, Sr., Tuscarora

Mitch Griffis, QB, Sr., Broad Run

Brian Hannibal, OL, Sr., Blake

Delvin Johnson, RB, Jr., South River

Greg Johnson, OL, Jr., Landon

Jestus Johnson, OL, Sr., Gonzaga

Malcolm Johnson, WR, Jr., St. Stephen's/St. Agnes

Sol-Jay Maiava, QB, Sr., St. John's

La'Trell McCants, RB, Sr., Suitland

Colby McDonald, RB, Sr., St. John's

Jordan Morse, QB, Jr., Northwest

Joe Murray, RB, Sr., Lake Braddock

Quest Powell, QB, Sr., Freedom-Woodbridge

Wilber Rivera, K, Jr. Oxon Hill

Andres Sagastume, OL, Sr., Chantilly

Jayden Sauray, QB, So., Wise

Tristan Shannon, RB, Sr., C.H. Flowers

Anthony Smith, WR, Sr., Huntingtown

Tyler Smith, RB, Sr., Landon

Brock Spalding, WR, So., South County

Logan Taylor, OL, Jr., Episcopal

Diego Turcios, OL, Sr., Quince Orchard

Aaron Turner, WR, Jr., Gonzaga

Tre Vasiliadis, RB, Sr., Langley

Fonnae Webb, QB, Sr., Mount Vernon

Zakee Wheatley, WR, Jr., Spalding

Jordan White, OL, Sr., DeMatha

Sy'Veon Wilkerson, RB, Sr., Good Counsel

Grant Wilson, QB, Sr., Yorktown

Kenneth Womack, WR, Sr., McNamara

— Text written by Michael Errigo