Offensive Player of the Year
Anthony Squire, Suitland
Junior running back scored at least one touchdown in every game. Led Prince George's County with 1,611 rushing yards and 20 touchdowns on 205 carries, and also caught 17 passes for 247 yards and two scores to help the Rams finish the regular season at 9-1 and earn a berth in the 4A South Region final against Charles H. Flowers.
Coach of the Year
J.C. Pinkney, Douglass
Despite only one returning starter on defense and an injury that kept last year's leading rusher sidelined for half the season, Pinkney guided the Eagles to the 2A state title game. Coached Douglass to a playoff berth for the ninth consecutive season.
Tommie Boozer, Roosevelt: Senior two-way lineman helped pave the way for Raiders' ground attack and passing game.
Connor Bozick, DeMatha: Senior lineman, University of Delaware recruit, played key role as Stags' offense ran for more than 2,000 yards.
Adam Coles, Potomac: Senior running back ran for 1,033 yards and 12 touchdowns.
James Fenwick, Douglass: Junior led the way on an offensive line that put Eagles into the 2A state championship game.
Antonio Harris, Wise: 6-foot-4, 310-pound junior lineman set tone as Pumas amassed more than 2,700 rushing yards.
Paul Harris, Douglass: Junior wide receiver caught 39 passes for 735 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Taivon Jacobs, Suitland: Junior wide receiver was one of the county's most explosive players, catching 35 passes for 921 yards and 13 touchdowns.
Rahman Kamara, Bladensburg: Senior all-purpose player excelled on offense, defense and special teams. Caught 37 passes for 612 yards and six touchdowns and returned five kickoffs and three interceptions for touchdowns.
Chris King, DeMatha: Senior wide receiver named to All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference first team with 37 catches, 576 yards and seven touchdowns.
Terrell Randolph, Gwynn Park: Versatile, powerful senior led a dangerous offensive line with a run-first mentality.
Taitor Reynolds, Douglass: Senior quarterback completed 80 of 131 passes for 1,396 yards and 18 touchdowns and also ran for 327 yards and four scores.
Monte Taylor, Flowers: Senior tight end had 14 catches for 281 yards and three touchdowns and provided a target opponents had to account for in a run-heavy offense.
Darius Victor, Northwestern: Junior running back carried 180 times for 1,133 yards and 18 touchdowns.
Nyema Washington, Suitland: Senior quarterback completed 108 of 179 passes for 2,046 yards and 17 touchdowns.
Quarterback: Antonio Washington, Potomac; Dequan Boatwright, Bladensburg.
Running back: Shamik Perry, DuVal; Robert Mercer, Crossland; Josef Hinnant, Douglass.
Wide receiver: Tyrone Temoney, Roosevelt, Joel Roberson, Laurel; Danny Warthen, Largo.
All-purpose: Shaquile Guyton-Jackson, Surrattsville.
Linemen: Andreas Antone-Ford, Wise; Chris Senn, Flowers; Victor Tamba, Northwestern; Oliver Lumpkin, Bowie, Daniel Collura, DeMatha.