All-Met Player of the Year Cosh and Coach of the Year Thompson have their say
Arundel senior QB Billy Cosh (a Kansas state recruit) was named the All-Met Offensive Player of the Year. In a radio interview Wednesday, Cosh opened up about playing in a pass-happy offense, breaking records and his future at Kansas State.
Cosh, a senior who rewrote the Maryland passing records, set career marks for completions, attempts, yardage and touchdowns, while Thompson has made 16 playoff appearances in 20 seasons and won more than 100 games at Stone Bridge.
The day the All-Met section hit the stands, both Cosh and Thompson joined Post contributors B.J. Koubaroulis and Stephen Ball on CBS radio's "Verbally Committed" -- A DMV Prepcast on 106.7 The Fan.
Cosh, the son of former Maryland defensive coordinator Chris Cosh, talked about his career, what it feels like to be mentioned in The Post's Players of the Decade, and his expectations of playing at Kansas State. Click Here
Thompson talked about this year's set of overachievers, which were able to overcome losing 20 of 22 starters to make it to the Div. 5 state finals. Click Here
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