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Posted at 3:48 PM ET, 01/31/2011

Previewing National Signing Day: a look at the D.C. area's top players

By Washington Post editors

With National Signing Day just around the corner, here's 13 top D.C.-area recruits to look for on Wednesday, as compiled by our recruiting expert, Josh Barr.

  1. OL Cyrus Kouandjio, DeMatha Alabama, Auburn, Iowa, New Mexico
  2. DB Dominique Terrell, Osbourn Virginia Tech, Miami, Virginia, Texas Tech, LSU, West Virginia
  3. DL Kevin McReynolds, St. John's Syracuse, UCLA, Mississippi State, Kansas State
  4. LB Conner Crowell, North Point Ohio State
  5. DB Blake Countess, Good Counsel Michigan
  6. QB Kevin Hogan, Gonzaga Stanford
  7. DB Brandon Phelps, Damascus Virginia
  8. DB Adeboye Aromire, H.D. Woodson Virginia Tech
  9. OL Jay Whitmire, T.C. Williams Virginia
  10. LB Vincent Croce, Good Counsel Virginia
  11. DB Nico Law, McNamara Iowa
  12. DB Ronny Vandyke, South County Virginia Tech
  13. WR Matt Zanellato, Lake Braddock Penn State

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By Washington Post editors  | January 31, 2011; 3:48 PM ET
Categories:  Adeboye Aromire, Blake Countess, Brandon Phelps, Conner Crowell, Cyrus Kouandjio, Dominique Terrell, Football, Jay Whitmire, Kevin Hogan, Kevin McReynolds, Nico Law, Ronny Van Dyke, Vincent Croce  
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