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This article was corrected on Dec. 12, 2012. An explanation follows.Player of the Year

Dorian O'Daniel

Good Counsel

Senior

Linebacker

Clemson recruit, when he wasn't playing standout defense, ran for 1,307 yards and 18 touchdowns.

Coach of the Year

Will Gant

Poolesville

Second year

11-10

Guided Poolesville to 7-4 record, earning team's first playoff berth since 2005.

First team

Brendan Marshall

Good Counsel

Senior

QB

Virginia recruit threw just two interceptions in 171 attempts, completing 60 percent of his passes.

James Jones-Williams

Seneca Valley

Senior

RB

Posted 885 rushing yards and 227 receiving yards. Also a top-notch linebacker.

Solomon Vault

Gaithersburg

Junior

RB

County's consensus top running back ran for 1,232 yards and 20 touchdowns.

Khalil Wilson

Einstein

Junior

RB

In first season, ran for 1,567 yards and 12 touchdowns, averaging eight yards per carry.

Kevin Joppy

Seneca Valley

Junior

WR

Speedster ran for 514 yards, caught 24 passes for 316 yards and had nine touchdowns.

Ryan Markush

Northwest

Senior

WR

Excellent route runner caught 48 passes for 764 yards and seven touchdowns.

James Faucett

Quince Orchard

Senior

OL

Paved way for rotating group of running backs en route to 4A state final.

Justin Herron

Bullis

Junior

OL

Already a two-time All-Interstate Athletic Conference player, Herron holds Villanova offer.

Sam Mustipher

Good Counsel

Junior

OL

Anchored line for team that averaged 5.4 yards per carry and allowed just 16 sacks.

Andrew Nickell

Damascus

Senior

OL

Strong on both sides of ball for physical team that went 10-0 in regular season.

Patrick Stewart

Georgetown Prep

Junior

OL

Averaged five pancakes per game for team that gained 6.8 yards per carry.

Jake Ryder

Sherwood

Senior

K

Of 66 kickoffs, 56 were touchbacks. Made 3-of-6 field goals, including 44-yarder.

Andrew Ankrah

Quince Orchard

Senior

DL

Late bloomer and impressive edge rusher has committed to James Madison University.

Charles Barry

Walter Johnson

Senior

DL

Made 81 tackles, including 19 sacks, and forced six fumbles.

Rashard Budd

Damascus

Senior

DL

Dominant interior lineman had 65 tackles, 10 for loss and seven sacks.

Kieran Gregory

Quince Orchard

Senior

DL

Other half of Quince Orchard's edge-rushing tandem has committed to Richmond.

Zach Bradshaw

Damascus

Senior

LB

In addition to quality defense, excelled as receiver (605 yards and 11 touchdowns) and returner.

Marcel Ngachie

Good Counsel

Senior

LB

Led WCAC champs with 49 tackles, including eight for loss. Holds Virginia, Syracuse offers.

Marcus Newby

Quince Orchard

Senior

LB

Physically imposing Nebraska recruit delivered big hit after big hit in county's best public-school season.

Tyler Ambush

Northwest

Senior

DB

Intercepted three passes and broke up nine. Also a talented running back and receiver.

Kendall Fuller

Good Counsel

Senior

DB

Virginia Tech recruit intercepted three passes, broke up eight. As receiver, caught 44 for 695.

Kirk Garner

Good Counsel

Senior

DB

Virginia recruit led team with four interceptions. Also broke up seven passes.

Elijah Spottswood

Sherwood

Junior

Returner

Averaged 36 yards per kickoff return, scoring on four. As defensive back, broke up 13 passes.

Second team

Matty Callahan, Northwest, QB

Rachid Ibrahim, Avalon, RB

Zac Morton, Whitman, RB

Moses Vines, Sherwood, RB

Trevon Diggs, Wootton, WR

Josh Gills, Northwest, WR

Mike Conrad, Good Counsel, OL

Darrion Locke, Churchill, OL

Anthony Royster, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, OL

Austin Trach, Quince Orchard, OL

Timmy Walko, Seneca Valley, OL

Zach Snyder, Whitman, K

Peter Angeh, Bullis, DL

Austen Herbert, Seneca Valley, DL

Fitz Mofor, Sherwood, DL

Blake Dove, Churchill, LB

Tatah Ndeh, Springbrook, LB

Carlo St. Regis, Quince Orchard, LB

George Vinson, Damascus, LB

Richie DiPietro, Sherwood, DB

Quinton Littlejohn, Watkins Mill, DB

Ricardo Malcolm, Blake, DB

Jacquille Veii, Avalon, DB

Jalen Christian, Damascus, Returner

Honorable mention

Myles Allen, Landon, RB; Jesse Aniebonam, Good Counsel, DL; Eric Assoua, Blake, DL; Travon Barber, Wheaton, WR; Ed Brennan, Georgetown Prep, K; Darien Carr, Good Counsel, LB; Jindu Chiazor, Bullis, OL; Matt Choi, Quince Orchard, QB; Dmitri Clemons, Paint Branch, DL; Tyler Coleman, Richard Montgomery, DB; Anthony Combs, Gaithersburg, OL; Danny Copeland, Bullis, QB; Sam Ellis, Wootton, QB; Azzan Goode, Springbrook, DL; Miles Green, Wootton, DL; Dontay Hears, Watkins Mill, DB; Nikolay Henze, Poolesville, RB; Breon Herbert, Blake, WR; D'Andre Johnson, Quince Orchard, DB; C.J. Jones, Good Counsel, DB; Kyvon Jones, Bulls, DB; Obai Kamara, Landon, OL; Lucas Kane, Northwood, OL; Jordan Larsen, Sherwood, QB; Joe Nolan, Churchill, DB; Adeon Patterson, Kennedy, RB; Blaine Pierce, Rockville, WR; Logan Portes, Wootton, OL; Calvin Reighard, Seneca Valley, QB; Shawn Reynolds, Einstein, DL; Marquis Robinson, Blake, DB; Tenet Samuto, Georgetown Prep, RB; Stefan Sigwalt, Blake, QB; Trevon Thacker, Seneca Valley, DB; Zach Thompson, Clarksburg, OL; Dominique Williams, Churchill, DB; Tyrell Williams, Quince Orchard, RB.Correction: Poolesville High School running back Nikolay Henze was mistakenly left off an earlier version of this article. He earned honorable mention status.