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All-Met Watch Week 5

Be sure to check out this week's All-Met watch for both offense and defense. Is there anyone we missed? Let us know in the comments section below.

Also, we're halfway through the high school football season. Head over to the Varsity Debate to discuss which schools have had the most surprising start to the season.

By Katie Carrera  |  October 5, 2009; 2:06 PM ET
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You missed Don Hursey III, CB H D Woodson High School. The best cornerback in the city. Helped shut down Coolidge wideouts, and Friendship wide receivers. Also, had a 35 yard catch against Friendship. Has three offers. Ranked top 5 preseason players in D.C. by Rivals. Woodson will win the rest of there games and repeat as turkey bowl champs because they also have a great defense led by Don Hursey III in the secondary. Shutdown corner that allows defense to blitz at will.

Posted by: ddhu2 | October 6, 2009 12:08 AM | Report abuse

Tight end for gonzaga jake ruffing each week has a solid game in his last 2 games
17 catches for 241 yards 2tds solid great blocker and great hands and good speed
6'4 245 why he isn't mentioned among the best tightends is crazy because he is the best

Posted by: dematha1223 | October 12, 2009 1:32 PM | Report abuse

Mike Mattingly has played at the all met level all season at linebacker for Stone Bridge . he has 5 sacks in 4 games and has 20 plus tackles on the season as well. Teams run away from him and have double teamed him all season. Spencer Rositano should be mentioned for all met consideration as well with 35 tackles and has several receiving touchdowns and a punt return for a touchdown.

Posted by: teammattingly | October 12, 2009 7:52 PM | Report abuse

Any list of kickers has to include John McConnell of West Springfield. An All-State preseason selection this year,and All-District and All-Region selection last year, McConnell has finally been recognized by the new coaching staff and given opportunities. His 45 yard FG won the game against TC Williams and this past Friday he hit 3 FG's against South County, 22,23 & 42, put three kickoffs into the endzone and successfully executed and on-side kick. He now is 6/7 in FG's with 16 XP's.

Posted by: watcher6 | October 12, 2009 8:09 PM | Report abuse

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