All-Metro football offense first and second teams



Joachim Bangda

St. Frances, running back, junior


» At 5 feet 11, 220 pounds, he is a pure power back whose strength carved out extra yards on many carries

» Ran for 35 touchdowns in 12 games; gained 1,245 yards, averaging more than 100 per game, 8.8 per carry

» Scored four touchdowns in the MIAA A Conference championship victory over Gilman

Tyrese Chambers


Poly, wide receiver, senior

» Tenacious 6-1, 185-pound ball-hawk with great hand-eye coordination, he made most catches by outrunning or outleaping double or triple coverage

» Had 51 receptions for 1,175 yards, 17 touchdowns; also played free safety with an interception, seven pass breakups

» Selected for the Crab Bowl; considering several FCS offers

Julius Chestnut

Archbishop Spalding, running back, senior

» Second-team All-Metro last year, the 6-foot, 215-pound featured back excelled with speed, shifty moves

» Ran 154 times for 926 yards, 15 touchdowns in nine games; averaged 102 yards per game, caught five passes for 89 yards

» Selected for the Crab Bowl; has several FCS offers

Gilman running back Brandon Madison is The Baltimore Sun's 2017 All-Metro football Offensive Player of the Year.

Mike Corbi

Mount Saint Joseph, lineman, senior

» The 6-2, 305-pound tackle held three All-Metro defensive linemen without a sack this fall

» Intelligent player who studies opponents, knows their tendencies; a grappler who locks on and doesn’t let go

» Selected for the Crab Bowl; considering several FBS walk-on opportunities

Darrian Dalcourt

St. Frances, lineman, junior

» Aggressive tackle with quick feet, great bends that add power to his 6-4, 285-pound frame while bursting off the line

» Gave a 3,000-yard running game many options playing on the opposite side of the line from All-Metro teammate Jaelyn Duncan

» Already has offers from Power 5 programs

Devin Dawkins

Howard, running back, junior

» Second-team All-Metro last fall, he scored 31 touchdowns to total 55 in two years

» Ran 196 times for 1,524 yards, 27 touchdowns; caught 11 passes for 225 yards, one touchdown; had three return touchdowns

» At 5-10, 165 pounds, played free safety with two interceptions

Jaelyn Duncan

St. Frances, lineman, senior

» A 6-6, 300-pound tackle with exceptional athleticism for his size, he runs like a tight end

» Used strength and quickness to lead an offense that gained just over 3,000 yards on the ground

» Playing in the Under Armour All-America game; committed to Maryland

Clay Harris

Havre de Grace, kicker, senior

» Repeat first-team pick, he hit six of seven field-goal attempts, including long of 42 yards a year after tying state record with 13 field goals in a season

» Kicked 45 touchbacks, hit 64 of 68 extra-point attempts; averaged 38 yards per punt

» Rated a Top 50 kicker nationally by Kohl’s Kicking

Jalon Jones

St. Frances, quarterback, junior

» A threat to score on every snap; 6-3, 200 pounds with quick feet, he brought an extra dimension to the running game that created openings for big pass plays

» Ran for 819 yards, nine touchdowns; threw for 1,025 yards, 11 touchdowns

» Committed to Mississippi State

Desmond Shell

Milford Mill, athlete, junior

» Exceptionally fast at 5-9, 172 pounds, he scored 19 touchdowns on runs, catches, punt returns, one on an interception

» Had 2,120 all-purpose yards; averaged more than 10 yards per run and per catch

» Ran for 119 yards, scored twice in the Class 3A state final loss to Linganore

Caelan Shepard

Broadneck, lineman, junior

» A 6-6, 315-pound tackle called a pancake machine by coach Rob Harris

» Dominant, mobile lineman, he added strength this fall, became more aggressive at finishing off opponents; helped the Bruins score 500 points in 12 games

» Drawing interest from multiple Power 5 programs

Reggie Sutton

Calvert Hall, lineman, senior

» Powerful 6-4, 290-pound tackle helped pave the way for a versatile offense

» In the Turkey Bowl victory, had a key tip at the line of scrimmage on defense that led to All-Metro teammate Chance Campbell’s interception for a touchdown

» Selected for the Crab Bowl; committed to Rutgers

Ethon Williams

Broadneck, wide receiver, junior

» Explosive 6-1, 185-pound repeat first-team pick with great hand-eye coordination, body control in the air

» Caught 66 passes for 1,223 yards, 17 touchdowns; ran for one touchdown; returned a kickoff 97 yards for a score

» Already has an offer from West Virginia


Noah Boguski, Westminster, lineman, senior

Stevon Brown, Archbishop Curley, lineman, senior

Shane Davis, Broadneck, quarterback, senior

Reggie Dillon Jr., Long Reach, lineman, senior

Randy Fields, St. Frances, wide receiver, senior

Alfonzo Graham, Dunbar, running back, senior

Darius Hunter, Arundel, running back, senior

Jared Lewis, Dunbar, quarterback, senior

Zane Lewis, Westminster, wide receiver, senior

Jake Magee, Perry Hall, lineman, senior

Ugo Obasi, Milford Mill, wide receiver, senior

Troy Scott Jr., Milford Mill, running back, senior

Joe Smoloski, St. Mary’s, lineman, senior

Colton Spangler, Chesapeake-AA, kicker, junior

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