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Vote: Who should be the Maryland high school football player of the week (10/19/2023)?

Here are 28 candidates for your voting consideration
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Here are the candidates for SBLive Sports Maryland High School Football Player of the Week for Oct. 12-14 as nominated by fans, readers and SBLive's staff. Read through our notes on each nominee and then cast your vote in out poll.

Voting will conclude on Sunday, October 22nd and the winner will be announced in next week's poll. If you would like to nominate and athlete, please email the name and a brief description of his performance, with stats if available, to

Editor’s note: Our Players of the Week polls are intended to be fun, and we do not set limits on how many times you can vote during the competition. Our poll in no way is meant to discredit other players not mentioned.

Cover Image: Caron Madison of Archbishop Curley, Courtesy of Archbishop Curley Athletics

Congratulations to last week's winner: Kyrece Walker of Westminster.

Here are this week's nominations:

David Avit, Churchill: Auit rushed for 172 yards a score as the Bulldogs defeated previously undefeated Northwest, 15-7.

Evan Blouir, Patuxent: The quarterback finished 18-of-23 for 419 yards and four touchdowns as Patuxent improved to 7-0 with a 53-39 victory over Northern-Calvert.

Shane Bogardus, Kent Island: Bogardus rushed 24 times for 171 yards and a touchdown in Kent’s 61-34 triumph over James M. Bennett.

Bud Coombs, DeMatha: The junior rushed for 134 yards and a touchdown in the Stags’ 35-28 overtime loss to Good Counsel.

Landon Cawley, Huntingtown: The junior running back rushed for 1984 yards and three touchdowns in the Hurricanes’ 46-14 win over Chopticon.

Jabril Daniels, Fort Hill: The junior rushed for 177 yards and two touchdowns in the undefeated Sentinels' 36-35 victory over Ohio’s Wadsworth.

Colin Douglas, Good Counsel: The senior defensive back had two interceptions as Good Counsel outlasted DeMatha in overtime.

Navaeh Elliott, Owings Mills: The junior rushed for 216 yards (20 carries) and a touchdown as the Eagles improved to 7-0 with a 28-6 victory over Dulaney.

Caleb Evans, South Carroll: The junior quarterback finished 13 of 17 for 215 yards and three touchdowns as South Carroll won its first game with a 26-17 decision over Liberty.

Brandon Finney, McDonogh: The junior had eight receptions for 183 yards and two touchdowns in the Eagles’ loss to Mount St. Joseph.

Cole Floyd, Dunbar: The junior running back had 135 yards and a touchdown as the Poets’ extended their win streak to 19 games with a 20-18 victory over Mervo.

Damarian Fowlkes, Good Counsel: The junior had two catches for 111 yards and two touchdowns in the Falcons’ overtime victory over DeMatha.

Tymond Foxx, Largo: The sophomore rushed 31 times for 244 yards and three touchowns in Largo’s 24-20 win over Friendly.

Eli Harris, Broadneck: The Naval Academy commit caught 10 passes for 175 yards in the Bruins’ 35-28 victory over Annapolis.

JaRon Holland, North County: The junior caught three passes for 130 yards and two touchdowns as the Knights defeated Severna Park, 40-30.

Dilin Jones, Good Counsel: The senior, who’s committed to Wisconsin, rushed for 116 yards and three touchdowns as the Falcons defeated DeMatha, 35-28, in overtime.

Evan Jones, Patuxent: The sophomore caught 10 passes for 268 yards and three touchdowns as the Panthers defeated Northern-Calvert, 53-39.

Caron Madison, Archbishop Curley: The senior running back rushed for 198 yards (23 carries) and two touchdowns as Curley defeated Mount Carmel, 44-7.

Jayden Moore, Loyola Blakefield: The senior, who’s committed to Duke University, rushed five times for 100 yards and two touchdowns and caught a 91-yard touchdown pass as the Dons defeated St. Vincent Pallotti, 44-28.

Dennis Morgan, Mount St. Joseph: The senior wideout had six receptions for 102 yards in the Gaels’ 26-20 victory over McDonogh.

Will Patterson, Mountain Ridge: The senior quarterback accounted for 325 yards, completing 20-of-31 passes for 214 yards and three touchdowns and rushed 15 times for 111 yards and a score as Mountain Ridge defeated Northern-Garrett, 28-21.

Jackson Resh, Allegany: The junior finished with 14 tackles, forced a fumble and recovered another fumble as the Campers lost to Mountain Ridge.

Colin Reynolds, Georgetown Prep: The senior rushed for 173 yards and a touchdown in the Little Hoyas’ 31-0 rout of St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School (Va.).

Brad Seiss, Loyola Blakefield: The junior quarterback completed 10 of 15 passes for 187 yards and three touchdowns as Loyola defeated St. Vincent Pallotti.

Keion Sutton, Milford Mill: The senior rushed eight times for 194 yards and two touchdowns in the Millers’ 55-0 victory over Woodlawn.

Joel Tristan Ouandji Nana, Bel Air: The junior rushed for 102 yards and a touchdowns and recorded 10 tackles on defense in the Bobcats’ 26-19 win over Elkton

Winston Watkins, Mount St. Joseph: Watkins went 17-of-30 for 220 yards and threw a game-winning touchdown to Devean Byrd with nine seconds remaining in regulation, lifting the Gaels to a 26-20 victory over McDonogh.

Tyler Womack, Annapolis: The junior running back carried the ball 33 times for 152 yards and three touchdowns in the Panthers’ 35-28 loss to Broadneck.