Baltimore City’s top football seniors to meet up with Prince George’s best Saturday


BALTIMORE CITY/PRINCE GEORGE’S SENIOR ALL-STAR FOOTBALL GAME

Dorian Strong recently led Henry A. Wise to a fourth Class 4A title in five seasons. He will play for Virginia Tech University next season.

When: Saturday, 2 p.m.

Where: Lumsden/Scott Stadium, Poly

PRINCE GEORGE’S ALL-STARS

1 – Xavier Price, Douglass-Prince George’s

2 – Raymond Jenkins, Parkdale

3 – Eric Washington, Laurel

4 – Devan Parrish, Bowie

5 – Damieon Partee, Suitland

6 – Amani Stewart, Charles H. Flowers

7 – Tristan Shannon, Charles H. Flowers

8 – Carlvainsky Decius, Parkdale

9 – Jamal Lone, Fairmont Heights

10 – Emil Medina, Northwestern

11 – Aaron Robinson, Suitland

12 – Malik Pettaway, Douglass-Prince George’s

14 – Jermawn Ford, Suitland

15 – Ryan Otey, Surrattsville

16 – Latriel Wimberly, Charles H. Flowers

17 – Kyle Parker, Charles H. Flowers

18 – Daniel Raymond, Friendly

19 – Jayden Byrd, Oxon Hill

20 – Zechariah Joseph, Northwestern

21 – Imari Smith, Gwynn Park

22 – Khalil Stone, Gwynn Park

23 – Dylan Gray, Charles H. Flowers

24 – Vincent Vines, Bowie

25 – John Davis, Charles H. Flowers

26 – Benjamin Wright, Henry A. Wise

27 – Jalyn Reynolds, Gwynn Park

28 – Jason Mitchell, Charles H. Flowers

29 – Dorian Strong, Henry A. Wise

30 – Latrell McCants, Suitand

31 – Eddie Myles, Gwynn Park

32 – Rodney Gainous, Henry A. Wise

33 – Tracey White, Henry A. Wise

34 – Ja’heem Willams, Laurel

35 – Ben Atyam, Suitland

36 – Geo-di Tolbert, Douglass-Prince George’s

40 – Nathan Rouse, Northwestern

42 – Zion Lewis, Suitland

45 – Issac Bunyun, High Point

50 – Marcus Johnson, Suitland

51 – James Tyson, Bowie

53 – Rashard Jackson, Henry A. Wise

54 – Zion Pittman, Potomac

55 – Mehki Davis, Potomac

56 – Abraham McCall, Crossland

57 – Devonte Cumberbach, Laurel

59 – David Moore, Potomac

60 – Joe Martin, Suitland

61 – Rashard Morgan, Douglass-Prince George’s

62 – Justin Watkins, Oxon Hill

71 – Santana Saunders, Charles H. Flowers

72 – Craig Farmer, Henry A. Wise

74 – Drake White, Crossland

88 – John Simmons, Friendly

90 – Gevona Gregory, Northwestern

 

Kelin Kimbrough was a big reason Mervo was the top public school in the Baltimore area this past football season. The Mustangs went 12-1 and reached the Class 3A state semifinals.

BALTIMORE CITY ALL-STARS

1 – Jarrett Gasque, Mervo

2 – Tyree Williams, Mervo

3 – Kelin Kimbrough, Mervo

4 – Michael Polston, Edmondson

5 – Roddy Mcneil, Digital Harbor

6 – Daquan Harris, Mervo

7 – Steven Williams, Carver Vo-Tech

8 – Daryl Fletcher, Mervo

10 – Carl Moffet, Mervo

11 – Deon Crews-Harris, Dunbar

12 – Marquise Mouzon, New Era Academy

13 – Xavier Rivers, New Era Academy

14 – Nyckolas Simpson, Dunbar

21 – Daishawn Heard, Dunbar

23 – Gartrell Johnson, Digital Harbor

24 – Dearius Carr, Dunbar

28 – Rayjon Hall, Benjamin Franklin

32 – Rodney Gantt, Reginald Lewis

34 – Kevin Couser, City College

36 – Earl Thomas, City College

41 – Keion Richardson, City College

42 – Louis Johnson, Reginald Lewis

44 – Xavier Coles, Mervo

50 – Marcus Berry, Mervo

52 – John Thomas, Dunbar

54 – Dayvon Davis, Dunbar

55 – Kamar Missouri, Mervo

56 – Amir Simpson, Edmondson

57 – Aaron Johnson, City College

60 – Timothy Turnage, Douglass

62 – Tremaine Howard, Lake Clifton

63 – Bryant Baker, Edmondson

64 – Emmanual Woods, Forest Park

69 – John Mcfadden, Poly

72 – Darius Drummer, Patterson

76 – Kennedy Johnson, Mervo

78 – Justin Mason, Mervo

81 – Michael Banks, Forest Park

82 – Eric Browner, Lake Clifton

86 – Jordan Burden, City College

95 – Kayshean Hamilton, Lake Clifton

99 – Cameron Barney, Lake Clifton