"Sam is calm and collected all the time. She has a natural motivation that you rarely see in players her age," Derwart said.
The four-year varsity starter has superior field vision as well as the ability to read the defense and capitalize on the opportunity at hand.
Brookhart has been named an Under Armour All-American and will play at Towson University next year.
Jenna Collins, River Hill junior. Collins' statistics alone speak for themselves — 58 goals, 42 draw controls.
"Watch her one time and you can see she's a dominant player — no matter where I play her. That's pretty impressive," said coach Kelly Berger.
Collins never came out of a game and she played both ends of the field with equal ease. She can score goals and mark the top attacker on the other team as well.
"She's an all-around phenomenal athlete," Berger said.
Collins and her equally athletic twin, Julia, have verbally committed to play for the Naval Academy.
Grayson Corbett, Wilde Lake junior. Wilde Lake coach Davia Procida doesn't hold back on her praise for Corbett.
"She's a coach's dream," said Procida. "She never gives up."
Corbett carried the bulk of Wilde Lake's offense on her shoulders, tallying 86 of her team's 169 goals. She tied the single-game school record with 12 goals. She also won 83 draw controls.
"Grayson was key in the new-found success Wilde Lake had this year," Procida said. "Her work ethic at practice brings the intensity up for everybody. That's a huge reason why the team that showed up on March 1 and finished (the season) was completely different."
This year's Wildecat team tied the program record for victories (seven).
"Grayson never stops looking to improve," Procida said.
Corbett has verbally committed to Hofstra.
Taylor Hensh, Marriotts Ridge junior. Hensh, one of the Mustangs' centers, directed the team's offense and helped make the big plays happen. A dynamic player, she was capable of quick bursts up the center that made her a scoring threat that could not be ignored.
She had 57 goals and 21 assists to go with 30 draw controls.
"Taylor has a great one-on-one move," said coach Natalie Gaieski. Hensh is strong and doesn't get pushed around, Gaieski added.
Hensh was a workhorse for the Mustangs, making major defensive contributions in addition to her offensive output.
She verbally committed to the University of Maryland as a sophomore.