2013 All-State – Consensus

2013 Consensus All-State | Players of the Year | Coaches of the Year
All-State Teams: Big School | Small School | Private School

The Consensus All-State team represents the top 30 vote-getters from the Big School, Small School and Private School all-state teams, which were determined through a vote by Maryland media members.

This marks the 22nd year of the Maryland Consensus All-State selection process.

OFFENSE
QB: David Sills, Eastern Christian, Jr., 6-4, 180
One of the nation’s most sought-after quarterbacks, delivered a strong first full season at ECA. … Completed 202 of 318 passes for 2,688 yards and 27 touchdowns. Rushed for 672 yards and 15 scores. … Remains verbally committed to Southern Cal.

RB: Taiwan Deal, DeMatha, Sr., 6-2, 225
Washington Post All-Met and Prince George’s Gazette first team. … Named the Gatorade Player of the Year. … Rushed for 1,098 yards and 14 touchdowns. … Committed to Wisconsin.

RB: Raekwon Gray, Urbana, Jr., 5-10, 180
Frederick News-Post Offensive Player of the Year. … Rushed for 2,299 yards and 30 touchdowns. … Was No 2 in the state in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns to fellow Consensus player Isiaha Smith.

RB: Isiaha Smith, South Hagerstown, Sr., 5-11, 225
Hagerstown Herald-Mail Player of the Year for second straight season. … Set a state record with 2,918 rushing yards this season to end his career with 5,650 — which ranks in the top five all time. … Scored 42 touchdowns. … Committed to James Madison.

OL: Jared Cohen, McDonogh, Sr., 6-4, 290
Baltimore Sun All-Met first team. … Key blocker for a team that averaged nearly 40 points a game.

OL: Justin Falcinelli, Middletown, Sr., 6-5, 300
Named to the Frederick News-Post first team. … Two-time Consenus All-State performer. … Top offensive lineman for the three-time defending state champs who averaged nearly 40 points a game. Committed to Clemson.

OL: Jake Hawk, Meade, Sr., 6-5, 285
Named to the Baltimore All-Metro and Annapolis Capital first team. … Did not allow a sack, made 48 pancake blocks and blocked three field goals. … Committed to Navy.

OL: Sam Mustipher, Good Counsel, Sr., 6-4, 290, Notre Dame
Washington Post All-Metro and Montgomery Gazette first team. … Led blocker for the Falcons’ ground game. … Committed to Notre Dame.

OL: Damian Prince, Bishop McNamara, Sr., 6-5, 290
Washington Post All-Metro and Prince George’s Gazette first team. … Two-time Consensus performer. … Considered the state’s No. 1 prospect with more than 30 major college offers.

OL: Brock Ruble, DeMatha, Sr., 6-8, 320
Prince George’s Gazette first team and Washington Post honorable mention. … Left tackle who was a key contributor to DeMatha’s 11-1 season and state No. 1 ranking. … Committed to Florida State.

WR: Freddie Canteen, Eastern Christian, Sr., 6-3, 170, Michigan
Hauled in 48 passes for 879 yards and 10 touchdowns while playing for Eastern Christian’s high-powered offense. … Committed to Michigan.

WR: Javon Curry, Paint Branch, Sr., 6-3, 170
Washington Post All-Met and Montgomery Gazette first team. … Caught 70 passes for 1,170 yards and 18 touchdowns to help Paint Branch to the Class 4A state semifinals.

WR: Cameron Phillips, DeMatha, Sr., 6-0, 180
Prince George’s Gazette Player of the Year. … Washington Post All-Met first team. … Caught 68 passes for 1,233 yards and 15 touchdowns. … Committed to Virginia Tech.

AP: Zach Abey, Archbishop Spalding, Sr., 6-2, 195
Baltimore Sun All-Metro Offensive Player of the Year. Annapolis Capital Player of the Year. … Played quarterback, completing 65 of 136 passes for 874 yards and 10 touchdowns; rushed for 1,663 yards and 19 touchdowns on 238 carries; had 50 tackles and six interceptions as a defensive back. … Committed to Buffalo.

AP: Joshua Gills, Northwest, Sr., 5-10, 170
Montgomery Gazette first team and Washington Post All-Met second team. … Rushed for 600 yards, caught passes for 495 yards, passed for 114 yards, and returned kicks for 185 yards. … Led 4A state champ Northwest with 23 touchdowns.

DEFENSE
DL: Jesse Aniebonam, Good Counsel, Sr., 6-5, 240
Montgomery Gazette first team and Washington Post All-Met honorable mention. … One of the state’s top prospects, and leader of Good Counsel’s defensive line. … Committed to Maryland.

DL: Jerome Dews, Potomac, Sr., 6-3, 200
Washington Post All-Met and Prince George’s Gazette first team. … Recorded 17 sacks and nine tackles for a loss. … Committed to Tennessee.

DL: Melvin Keihn, Gilman, Sr., 6-3, 225
Baltimore Sun All-Metro first team. … Two-time Consensus All-State performer. … Had 85 tackles — 16 for a loss — and nine sacks. … Will play in the Under Armour All-America Bowl.

DL: Ricky Leonard, Middletown, Sr., 6-7, 250
Frederick News-Post Defensive Player of the Year. … A dominating defensive end who led Middletown in sacks. … Committed to Florida State.

DL: Adam McLean, Quince Orchard, Jr., 6-2, 275
Montgomery Gazette first team. … Had seven sacks, six quarterback hurries, five pass deflections and 10 tackles for loss. … One of the state’s top 2015 recruits with 20 offers from programs in the ACC, Big and SEC.

DL: Micah Till, Wise, Sr., 6-5, 260
Washington Post All-Met and Prince George’s Gazette first team. … Named all-county as a defensive lineman, tight end and punter. … Had nine sacks. … Committed to North Carolina State.

LB: Ja’Whaun Bentley, DeMatha, Sr., 6-2, 245
Washington Post All-Met and Prince George’s Gazette first team. … Two-time Consensus All-State performer. … Recorded 113 tackles, 26 tackles for loss, and four sacks. … Committed to Purdue.

LB: Wyatt Cook, McDonogh, Jr., 6-2, 230
Baltimore Sun Defensive Player of the Year. … Highly coveted junior starred on a defense that allowed only 85 points while playing in the MIAA A Conference. … Had 85 tackles, 12 for a loss.

LB: Michael Gaynor, Eastern Christian, Sr., 5-11, 215
Led Eastern Christian with 127 tackles, including 23 tackles for loss. … Had nine sacks, two forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. … Committed to Eastern Michigan.

LB: Anthony Jackson, Suitland, Sr., 5-11, 210
Washington Post All-Met first team. … Had 171 tackles while helping Suitland to a 13-1, state runner-up season. … Committed to Delaware.

DB: Jalen Christian, Damascus, Jr., 5-10, 170
Washington Post All-Met and Montgomery Gazette first team. … Another elite prospect for the Class of 2015, and most opponents avoided throwing his way. … He contributed 610 receiving yards as a wide receiver. … Has more than 25 major college offers.

DB: Demetrius Johnson, Annapolis Area Christian, Sr., 6-2, 205
Baltimore Sun All-Metro and Annapolis Capital first team. … Had 105 tackles, two sacks, three fumble recoveries and four interceptions. … Named to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

DB: Brandon Watson, Eastern Christian, Sr., 5-11, 185
Had eight interceptions to lead Eastern Christian’s secondary. … Finished with 58 tackles, seven for loss, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. … Committed to Michigan.

DB: Jamal Woodland, DuVal, Sr., 6-2, 185
Prince George’s Gazette first team and Washington Post All-Met second team. … Two-way standout for a 4A region runner-up. … Committed to Toledo.

DB: Josh Woods, McDonogh, Sr., 6-2, 180
Baltimore Sun All-Metro first team. … Two-way standout for 11-0 McDonogh, recording 35 tackles and four interceptions at DB. Caught 35 passes for 800 yards and 10 touchdowns as a receiver. … Committed to Maryland.

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