Varsity Football

Varsity Fall All-metro

First Team Offense

December 10, 2009

Josh Bordner

Century, quarterback, senior

* At 6-4, 205 pounds, a stellar pocket passer who is also light on his feet and can scramble

* Threw for 2,082 yards and 18 TDs, ran for 329 yards and 10 TDs; excelled at linebacker

* Led Century to the 2A state semifinals in 2008, passed for 4,443 yards and 36 TDs and ran for 19 TDs in two years

* Led team to a 19-5 record over two years - first winning seasons in school history

* Will graduate early to enroll at Boston College in time for spring practice

Max Coale

River Hill, lineman, senior

* The 6-4, 245-pound right tackle was a three-year starter as team went 40-1

* Anchored a battering ram of a line that led the way for a Hawks running game that gained 3,889 yards - 3,200 more than the opposition

* Also played defensive end for the Howard County champions, especially against teams with strong running games

* With a 4.0 GPA, drawing attention from schools in the Ivy League, Patriot League and Stanford

Adrian Coxson

City, athlete, senior

* Perhaps the area's best wide receiver at 6-2, 195, played QB this fall

* Showed off strong arm, knack for reading defenses; ran the spread offense well

* Completed 27 of 57 passes for 650 yards and eight TDs, ran 106 times for 1,280 yards and 11 TDs, returned four punts for TDs

* Knights coach George Petrides: "We wanted the ball in his hands as much as possible. He's a good quarterback. He could have been a quarterback from day one."

* Committed to Penn State

R.J. Harris

Arundel, wide receiver, senior

* Favorite target of Billy Cosh set five state receiving records as Anne Arundel County champions won their first 11 games

* Had 114 receptions for 1,655 yards and 28 TDs - all state records

* Set state career marks for receptions (190) and receiving TDs (28) in just 25 games

* Strong route runner with great hands and impeccable timing with Cosh

* Scholarship offers from Towson and Monmouth

Darius Jennings

Gilman, athlete, junior

* With quickness, speed and elusive moves, the 6-foot, 180-pound quarterback threatened to score on every play

* Rushed for 2,028 yards - breaking Ambrose Wooden's single-season school record by nearly 400 yards - and 25 TDs; threw for 748 yards and 10 TDs

* Ran for 275 yards, three TDs against Good Counsel; had 222 yards rushing and two TDs, threw two touchdowns against DeMatha

* In MIAA A Conference title-clinching win at McDonogh, ran 258 yards, three TDs

* Already drawing top Division I scouts

Andy Johns

Hereford, kicker, senior

* A converted soccer player who did not kick until his junior year

* Accurate, consistent kicker who doesn't get rattled

* Hit 6 of 8 field goal attempts, the longest for 39 yards; made 45 of 46 extra points and hit 45 straight

* Kicked 27-yard field goal in state semifinal loss to Linganore

* Likely will play in Division III

David Miller

Joppatowne, lineman, senior

* Athletic, versatile 6-4, 260-pounder; two-way lineman at right tackle and defensive end; also punts

* Key to a balanced ground game that ran mostly right, putting him at the apex of most plays

* Had 123 tackles at defensive end, including six in the state Class 1A final

* Mariners gained more than 12,000 yards rushing in his three years; also had 231 tackles, 21 sacks and three touchdowns in his career.

* Getting Football Championship Subdivision and Division II looks.

Hussam Ouri

Broadneck, lineman, senior

* Two-year All-County defensive lineman excelled at center this fall as well as on defense

* At 6-2, 290 pounds, bench presses 340 pounds

* Critical to an offense that averaged 201 yards rushing and 34.7 points and to the team's late-season win over No. 1 Old Mill

* Excelled at the drive block, which allowed the No. 13 Bruins to run an effective midline option

* Considering an offer from the Naval Academy

Mike Pitz

Hereford, lineman, senior

* At 6-3, 300 pounds, quick and speedy for a big lineman

* Three-year starter at tackle, gets to the linebacker level quickly and was the lineman the Bulls ran behind on critical plays

* Bulls coach Steven Turnbaugh: "He was just confident in his ability and he was a lot for most teams' defenses to handle."

* Also plays attack on the Bulls lacrosse team, which has honed his footwork and quick moves

* Getting looks from Georgetown as well as Ivy League and Patriot League schools

Matt Robinson

Atholton, wide receiver, senior

* Versatile receiver moved around from slot to wing to out wide; capable of breaking the big play with four 70-plus yard receptions.

* Had 39 receptions for 792 yards and nine TDs

* Against River Hill, had five receptions for 195 yards, including 80- and 90-yard TDs

* Imposing figure at 6-4, 205 pounds, able to impact the game on either side of the ball

* Committed to Maryland

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