Dexter Green

Gar-Field High School graduate Dexter Green


Brandon Hogan

Osbourn, 2007

Group AAA player of the year his senior season after leading Eagles to 14-0 record and state title … recorded Virginia’s eighth-highest single-season total for yardage (4,208) in 2006 … set county record with 32 touchdown passes in a season … in two seasons totaled 7,397 passing/rushing yards … Osbourn retired his jersey number 21 … two-time first or second-team all-Big East Conference defensive back at West Virginia … fourth-round pick by Carolina Panthers in 2011 NFL Draft … lives in Manassas, where he is training for a return to pro football.

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Russell Davis

Woodbridge, 1975

Parade all-American … holds Group AAA state playoff record for most rushing yards in a game (384) and best rushing average (22.5) … first county player to gain over 2,000 rushing yards in a season … his No. 33 Woodbridge number is retired … all-Big Ten fullback at Michigan … played with the Pittsburgh Steelers for four seasons after being a fourth-round pick by the team in 1979 … retired and living in Jackson, Mich.

Dexter Green

Gar-Field, 1975

Second-team all-state … recorded back-to-back 1,000-yard rushing seasons as a junior and senior … scored district-leading 19 touchdowns senior season in 10 games … became a Heisman Trophy candidate at Iowa State … finished with 3,437 yards and 34 touchdowns and recorded two straight 1,000-yard rushing seasons … two-time all-Big Eight … all-American and member of ISU’s Athletics Hall of Fame … played one season in the CFL with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats … passed away in May 2003 of cancer at the age of 46.

De’Antwan Williams

Woodbridge, 2009

Nicknamed the “Rocket,” this four-year starter and all-state selection ranks as the state’s ninth all-time leading rusher with 6,607 yards … began college career at Rutgers before transferring to Division II Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he was an all-conference selection and set a school record for most rushing yards in a game … currently at IUP working out and finishing up his undergraduate degree.


Joe Beazley

Woodbridge, 1978

Four-year starter at tackle who was an all-American and all-state senior year … also second-team all-state as a junior … played four seasons at Alabama and was a member of the Crimson Tide’s 1979 national championship team … all-SEC and second-team all-American his senior season … lives in Stephens City and works as a project manager at Prospect Waterproofing in Sterling.

Matt Lehr

Woodbridge, 1997

Three-year starter at guard who was all-state his senior season and second-team all-state as a junior … PrepStar All-American … Woodbridge retired his jersey No. 79 … second-team all-American guard at Virginia Tech … fifth-round pick by Dallas in the 2001 NFL Draft … played in games with four different NFL teams over eight seasons … lives in Dallas and works as a professional network marketer for ViSalus promoting Project 10 for Kids.

Tom Mehr

Gar-Field, 1981

All-American and all-state performer senior season who was a three-year starter in high school … three-year starting guard at Virginia Tech … named to Tech’s all-decade team for the 1980s and was an honorable mention all-American … lives in Woodbridge and owns a Sunoco station in Mount Vernon.

Craig Novitsky

Potomac, 1989

All-state … Averaged 10 key blocks a game and graded over 90 percent each week senior season … four-year starter at UCLA who holds school record for most consecutive starts with 46 … all-Pac 10 his senior season … Fifth-round pick by New Orleans in the 1994 NFL Draft … played three seasons with New Orleans … is the financial services manager at Lindsay Lexus in Alexandria.

Donte Wilkins

Potomac, 2013

All-state performer who was the regional offensive player of the year his senior season … second-team all-state his junior season and three-time all-Northwest Region first or second team selection … currently a sophomore defensive lineman at the University of Virginia.


Rodney Warren

Osbourn, 1967

Prince William County’s first prep football all-American … caught 58 passes for 958 yards and 14 touchdowns senior season in 10 games his senior season … also led the district in scoring (117 points) … played at the University of Cincinnati … Bristow resident who retired in August after 36 years with Federal Express.

Deon Butler

Hylton, 2004

Multi-purpose threat who totaled 41 receptions for 1,029 yards and 16 touchdowns his senior season, earning all-district and all-region honors … walked on at Penn State and went on to finish as the program’s all-time leading receiver with 179 receptions … spent four seasons with Seattle after Seahawks selected him in the third round of 2009 NFL Draft … lives in Atlanta where he works in IT for Fiserv, while also finishing his master’s degree online from Penn State.


Zach Terrell

Manassas Park, 2005

Group A player of the year senior season after leading Cougars to a 14-0 record and state title … quarterback ranks third all-time in the state in single-season total yardage (4,523) and sixth in single-season touchdown responsibility (54) …. finished career with 8,755 yards of total offense … averaged over 35 yards a punt senior season … two-time all-state defensive back … four-year starter at Liberty, where he earned all-conference honors … lives in Manassas and works for Prince William County Public Schools.

Dominique Terrell

Osbourn, 2011

Finished as the third all-time leading rusher in Prince William County history with 4,726 yards … all-state senior season after totaling 3,507 passing/throwing yards and 45 touchdowns in leading Eagles to state semifinals … regional offensive player of the year senior season … also returned two kicks for touchdowns senior season and returned three for scores sophomore season … all-Northwest Region as a kickoff returner junior season… currently a senior wide receiver at the University of Virginia.


Deante Steele

Potomac, 2007

All-state his senior season after returning five punts and one kickoff for touchdowns … all-American kick returner and three-time all-conference selection at Shepherd University, where he tied an NCAA Division II record for most career kick returns for TDs (11) … currently an assistant football coach at Hylton High School.


Jimmy Kibble

Osbourn Park, 1995

Converted 57 of his 61 extra-point attempts … during his senior season, 21 of his 31 kickoffs reached the end zone … tied for fourth in state history for longest field goal (55 yards), which he set at the 1995 Virginia High School Coaches Association All-Star Game, where he was named Co-MVP … was a three-time all-Big East Conference punter at Virginia Tech and had tryouts with a number of NFL teams … CEO and president of Beyond Sports Network in Leesburg.

(5) comments


Where's Shawn Scales? D street 22191

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Dominique Terrell cannot be an all time leader in Prince William County because he didn't play for a county school.


D. Terrell played for OP sophomore and junior years but it's all considered PWC even MP.


Joel Campbell of Gar-Field should be right up there with Jeff Nixon.


I agree Shawn Scales should have been added..

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