Indoors, as a senior, Nash won county, regional and state titles. That included a personal-best throw of 57-feet, 2 inches at the Class 2A Central Region championships.
In his career, he won five state titles, 10 regional championships and six county crowns combined in the two events.
His season didn't end at the state meet. He went to North Carolina and competed in the New Balance Nationals in mid-June and placed 19th in shot put.
"He had a huge outdoor season," Duvall said. "Discus had always been a weaker event for him and for him to be able to win both and be undefeated in both throughout the state for the whole year is just incredible."
He plans to major in civil engineering at the University of Maryland next year and hopes to throw both shot put and discus.
"Whatever they have me do I will do it, but I think they are leaning more toward the shot and the discus," Nash said.
He won't be on the football field anymore after being a three-year, two-way starter on the offensive line for the Bulls, but he won't be far away.
"I miss football a lot," he said. "At Maryland, I'll only be an hour away from home, so I'll probably go to the games when I'm home to recollect."
Coach Ric Evans will certainly miss the two-time All-County first team lineman.
"He was phenomenal, a two-way starter and captain," Evans said. "He was just a great leader for us and well-respected by his teammates and opponents."