2012 All-State – Consensus

2012 CONSENSUS ALL-STATE
The Consensus All-State team represents the top 30 vote-getters from the Big School and Small School all-state teams, which were determined through a vote by Maryland media members.

This marks the 21st year of the Maryland Consensus All-State selection process.

OFFENSE

Name, School, Grade, Height, Weight, Commitment

QB: Shane Cockerille, Gilman, Sr., 6-3, 215, Maryland
Baltimore Sun All-Metro 1st team … One of four quarterbacks to top 1,000 yards rushing and passing. … Helped Gilman to an MIAA A Conference title. … Committed to Maryland.

QB: Deryk Kern, Westminster, Sr., 6-0, 160
Baltimore Sun All-Metro Player of the Year. … Completed 213 of 356 passes for 3,890 yards and 63 touchdowns. The yardage and touchdown totals are Maryland single-season state records. … Helped Westminster to the Class 4A state semifinals.

RB: Lavon Chaney, South River, Sr., 5-9, 175, Monmouth
Baltimore Sun All-Metro 1st team. … Washington Post All-Metro 2nd team … Annapolis Capital 1st team. … Rushed for 1,491 yards on 159 carries and caught 59 passes for 771 yards. … Committed to Monmouth.

RB: Dorian O’Daniel, Good Counsel, Sr., 6-1, 205, Clemson
Washington Post All-Metro 1st team. … Two-way standout as a running back and linebacker for the state’s top-ranked team. … The Clemson commit rushed for 1,307 yards and was named the Montgomery Gazette Player of the Year. … He has committed to Clemson.

RB: Darius Victor, Northwestern-PG, Sr., 5-8, 210
Washington Post All-Met 2nd team. … P.G, Gazette 1st team. … Rushed for 1,787 yards and 26 touchdowns in 10 games.

OL: Justin Falcinelli, Middletown, Jr., 6-5, 300
Frederick Gazette 1st team. … One of the state’s top 2014 prospects, already holding a number of Division I offers. … Two-way lineman standout helped Middletown to a 14-0 season and a second straight state title.

OL: Antonio Harris, Wise, Sr., 6-4, 310
Washington Post All-Met 1st team. … P.G. Gazette Player of the Year. … Harris was a leader on the line as Wise went 14-0 and won the Class 4A state title. … He has a number of Division I offers.

OL: Moise Larose, Wilde Lake, Sr., 6-6, 290, Maryland
Washington Post All-Met 1st team. … Baltimore Sun All-Met 2nd team as DL. … Two-way standout has committed to Maryland.

OL: Damian Prince, Bishop McNamara, Jr., 6-7, 305
Washington Post All-Met 1st team. … P.G. Gazette 1st team. … One of the nation’s top 2014 prospect who already holds more than 35 Division I offers.

OL: Na’Ty Rodgers, McDonough, Sr., 6-5, 285
Washington Post All-Met 1st team. … Had 88 pancakes. … He’s currently the top uncommitted recruit in Maryland, and he holds more than 25 offers.

WR: Kendall Fuller, Good Counsel, Sr., 5-11, 190, Virginia Tech
Washington Post Offensive Player of the Year. … Two-way standout who had 44 catches for 695 yards on offense and three interceptions on defense. … Graded out as the state’s top prospect, and he has committed to Virginia Tech.

WR: Paul Harris, Douglass-PG, Sr., 6-4, 200, Tennessee
Washington Post All-Met 1st team. … Had 32 receptions for 732 yards, helping Douglass-PG to a second straight Class 2A state runner-up finish. … Committed to Tennessee.

WR: Taivon Jacobs, Suitland, Sr., 5-11, 160, Ohio State
Washington Post All-Met 1st team. … P.G. Gazette 1st team. … Caught 43 passes for 1,044 yards and 15 touchdowns, helping Suitland to a region runner-up finish to eventual state champion Wise. … He has committed to Ohio State.

WR: Blaine Price, Brunswick, Sr., 5-10, 175
Frederick Gazette 1st team. … Set state records with 134 catches for 1,749 yards this season. He finished his career with more than 250 career catches. … Led Brunswick to a region title and a Class 1A state semifinal appearance.

AP: Zach Welch, Middletown, Sr., 5-11, 185, Monmouth
Frederick Gazette Player of the Year. … Led the state in rushing, rushing touchdowns and total points. … Rushed for 2,359 yards, scoring 30 touchdowns. … Converted 7 of 12 field goals and had more than 50 PATs. … He has committed to Monmouth.

DEFENSE

Name, School, Grade, Height, Weight, Commitment

DL: Nick D’Avanzo, Archbishop Curley, Sr., 6-3, 285, Cincinnati
Baltimore Sun All-Met 1st team. … Had 58 tackles, 14 sacks, forced five fumbles and recovered three. … Committed to Cincinnati.

DL: Malik Dorsey, Meade, Sr., 6-1, 280
Baltimore Sun All-Met 1st team. … Had a team-high 12 sacks, leading Meade to a Class 4A state semifinal appearance. … Has a pair of Division I offers.

DL: Marvin Gross Jr., Dunbar, Sr., 6-4, 200, West Virginia
Baltimore Sun All-Met 1st team. … Had 33 sacks, leading Dunbar to a third straight state title. … Committed to West Virginia.

DL: Melvin Keihn, Gilman, Jr., 6-3, 220
Baltimore Sun All-Met 1st team. … Had 13 sacks and nine tackles for loss, helping Gilman to a conference title. … He is a top prospect for 2014, already holding a number of offers.

DL: Henry Poggi, Gilman, Sr., 6-4, 260, Michigan
Baltimore Sun Defensive Co-Player of the Year. … Two-time Big School 1st team selection. … Had 87 tackles, 14.5 sacks and forced three fumbles. … Committed to Michigan.

LB: Ja’Whaun Bentley, DeMatha, Jr., 6-1, 205
Washington Post All-Met 1st team. … P.G. Gazette 1st team. … Led DeMatha with 116 tackles and 24 sacks. … One of the state’s top 2014 prospects.

LB: Zach Bradshaw, Damascus, Sr., 6-3, 205, Virginia
Washington Post All-Met 1st team. … Montgomery Gazette 1st team. … One of the state’s top all-around performers, a defensive standout who had more than 600 receiving yards and also handled kick return duties. … Committed to Virginia.

LB: Micah Kiser, Gilman, Sr., 6-2, 225, Virginia
Baltimore Sun Defensive Co-Player of the Year. … Two-time Consensus All-State pick. … Had a team-high 111 tackles with three sacks and four interceptions. … Helped Gilman to a MIAA A Conference title defense. … Committed to Virginia.

LB: Marcus Newby, Quince Orchard, Sr., 6-1, 210, Nebraska
Washington Post All-Met 1st team. … Montgomery Gazette 1st team. … Two-time Consensus All-State selection. … Had a team-high 132 tackles, helping Quince Orchard to a second straight Class 4A state runner-up finish. … Committed to Nebraska.

LB: Marcel Ngachie, Good Counsel, Sr., 5-11, 210
Washington Post All-Met 2nd team. … Montgomery Gazette 1st team. … Had 50 tackles for a strong Good Counsel linebacking unit. … Helped the Falcons to an 11-1 season and a WCAC title. … Holds a number of Division I offers.

DB: Kirk Garner, Good Counsel, Sr., 5-11, 180, Virginia
Washington Post All-Met 2nd team. … Montgomery Gazette 1st team. … Led Good Counsel with four interceptions. … Committed to Virginia.

DB: Evan Griffin, River Hill, Sr., 5-10, 160
Baltimore Sun All-Met 1st team. … Top all-around performer for the Class 3A state champions. … Topped 1,000 rushing yards. … Had 75 tackles and five interceptions on defense.

DB: Delando Johnson, Calvert Hall, Sr., 6-3, 190
Baltimore Sun All-Met 1st team. … Had 80 tackles, forced two fumbles and had four interceptions for the MIAA A Conference runner-up. … Holds a number of NCAA Division I offers.

DB: Trey Lee, Patuxent, Sr., 5-8, 180
Washington Post All-Met 1st team. … Named the SMAC Player of the Year. … Two-way standout at quarterback and defensive back. … Had nearly 2,000 yards on offense, added three interceptions on defense.

PK: Adam Greene, Broadneck, Sr., 5-11, 180, Maryland
Baltimore Sun All-Met 1st team. … Washington Post All-Met 2nd team. … Two-time Consensus All-State pick. … Converted 10 field goals this season, pushing his total to a state career record 27. … Committed to Maryland.

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