Harry Lewis

Jr. | 6-1 | 250 | OL/DL

Was a key member of a defense that gave up only 87 points in nine Peninsula District games. Has become pretty hot property with six Division I offers, including Virginia and Virginia Tech, according to Rivals.com.

Terrell Toliver

So. | 6-2 | 190 | QB/P

He started from Day One as a freshman and had a solid season by completing 34-of-68 passes for 687 yards, 12 TDs and only one INT. He also ran for five scores.


Bouncing back. For the first time since 2007, the Phantoms didn't win a state championship. Not only that, they ended the season with a humbling 54-0 loss to Lake Taylor in the Eastern Region final. That no doubt left a sour taste, along with some added motivation, during the offseason.

Welcome to Ireland Street. The loss of Tony Pittman and backup Daquan Lane seemed to leave Phoebus in something of a bind at tailback, but the arrival of Williams has been a huge boost. Blunt also likes Breon Baskerville, who he says is pushing Williams for the No. 1 spot. Phoebus is, after all, Tailback High.

Another solid front. If you've heard it once, you've heard it a thousand times: the game is won in the trenches. Phoebus should be strong as usual there. Walt Brantley (6-2/300), Jamal Earls (6-3/270), Kevin Lyles (5-10/225) and Lewis are among the returning grunts.


To say Phoebus football was nothing before Bill Dee's arrival wouldn't be hyperbole. In its first nine season, the program had gone 23-64-2. The Phantoms finished 1-9 in Dee's first season but made it to the playoffs his second. In Dee's 24-year run, Phoebus went 215-64 (.770) and won four of its seven state championships.



COACH: Bernard Griffin (first year at Warwick; 19-32 in five overall seasons).

2012: 4-6, 4-5.

Last time in playoffs: 2011

Group: 5A South

Conference: 10