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2011 Hall of Fame: Rasheed McClaude and Darius Parson

September 24, 2011

Rasheed McClaude is a 2003 Gar-Field graduate. While he attended Gar-Field, he ran 165 yards in 2001 and 237 yards in 2002 in rivalry games against Woodbridge. He went to college on a football scholarship to Kent State University and then transferred, played and graduated from Towson Univeristy in 2008.

Darius Parson from Woodbridge is a Syracuse commit and one of the captains this season. This will be his 3rd game against Gar-Field. Last year he scored 2 touchdowns and collected 16 tackles and 2 sacks. Darius has put his mark on this rivalry and is considered not only the best in Prince William County, but one the fiercest rivalries in the country.

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