The Washington Post placed Avalon running back Isaac Boyd on the top of their weekly All-Met football watch list Monday.
Boyd, a senior, spent the past few weeks on the Post’s bubble list but moved to the top of their running back selections after a big game last week.
The four-year varsity standout credited his hard work for this season’s success and is excited to finish off his high school career strongly.
After a slow start 2013 campaign, Boyd is showing his true potential in the way he plays the game. He’s put up impressive numbers, notching up a season total of 120 carries, 1518 yards and 25 rushing touchdowns.
“We are lucky to have him and without him it wouldn’t be the same,” said Wyatt Karem, senior quarterback.
With two games left in the season Boyd has his last opportunities to impress before his All-Met ballot will be completed.
This year the Avalon Black Knights are fighting for another Capital Area Football Conference championship after winning in the previous three years.
“I believe he has a hell of a chance in improving his record, his statistics, and getting his exposure [in the final two games of the season],” said line coach Ed O’Daniel.