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Marcus Mason the All-Met

I wanted to make a joke in The Starting Lineup this morning about how a 2002 All-Met from Georgetown Prep and a 2002 All-Met from DeMatha scored the only two touchdowns for the Redskins over the weekend, and about how even if the Skins couldn't really hang with the Titans they'd do just swell against 2002 Gonzaga, but then I realized that Byron Westbrook wasn't an All-Met in 2002, and didn't even get honorable mention. But here's what's going on with the other 2002 All-Met skill positions.

Offensive Player of the Year Marcus Mason: Hoping to make the Redskins.

Defensive Player of the Year Wesley Jefferson: Graduated Maryland, gave up last year of eligibility to become a state trooper.

QB Antonio Lewis: Possibly demoted to third-string CB at West Virginia, but will probably find his way back into the lineup.

RB Kevin Beverly: Transferred from Kent State to Hampton, where he was named second-team preseason all-MEAC.

RB Josh Keeney: Was Frostburg State's seventh-leading tackler a year ago.

RB Anthony Manigault: Played briefly for Bowie State, not sure what happened next.

WR Paul Kellum: Caught one pass for nine yards at Alabama A&M.

WR Deyon Williams: Released from the Redskins in May. Had 10 catches for 87 yards and a touchdown at Virginia last year while missing much of the season with a stress fracture.

TE Vernon Davis: Hot hot hot fantasy football tight end prospect this year with the 49ers. Possibly a better fantasy prospect than Marcus Mason.

By Dan Steinberg  |  August 13, 2007; 11:59 AM ET
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Can we sign some of those lineman from Mason's Prep team that allowed him to run through the IAC?

Posted by: Unsilent Majority | August 13, 2007 12:33 PM | Report abuse

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