At Maryland, he could get another crack at the only wrestler who beat him this year, although it will be in the practice room. Stephen Decatur's Kail has also committed to wrestle for Maryland.

Because the Terrapins already have four heavyweights, none of them seniors, Twigg knows that he will have to be patient once again before he gets his chance.

"I'll be used to it," he said. "It's going to be different. It's going to be a lot harder, but it's going to be exciting and I'm really looking forward to it."

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106: Michael Beck (38-1), River Hill junior

County: 1st. Region: 1st. State: 3rd.

Beck was injured late in the season, but bounced back for the county tournament and did not lose a match until the state tournament quarterfinals. He avenged that loss with a pin in the third place match, and has won more than 75 matches in the last two seasons. He scored 17 first period pins, and pinned his way to a Franklin Invitational title.

106: Jeff Hayden (36-8), Mt. Hebron sophomore

County: 2nd. Region: 2nd. State: 2nd.

One of the surprises of the 2012-2013 season, Hayden was a finalist in each of the postseason tournaments after dropping to 106 just before the county tournament.Hayden also went undefeated at the District V Duals and placed third at the Franklin Invitational.

113: Taariq Mohammed (37-6), River Hill senior

County: 1st. Region: 1st. State: DNP.

Mohammed has a bright future as a student, having recorded a perfect score on the ACT, but he is also a formidable wrestler. Mohammed scored 22 wins by pinfall, including seven in 30 seconds or less. He scored 59 of a possible 66 county dual meet points, helping the Hawks to their second straight county dual meet title, and finished with an impressive 127 career wins at River Hill.

120: Zach Hensley (38-2), Oakland Mills senior

County: 1st. Region: 1st. State: 3rd.

One of the county's best over the past four years, Hensley became Oakland Mills' eighth three-time county champion this winter. He scored 60 of a possible 66 county dual meet points, won a Snowverlea Invitational title, and finished with a sterling career record of 142-23, including a trip to the state finals last year.

126: Jordan Trinh (31-5), Wilde Lake senior

County: 1st. Region: 2nd. State: NA.

Trinh went out with a bang, winning his first county title as a senior and advancing to the regional finals, but unfortunately missed the state tournament due to illness. He finished his Wilde Lake career with 97 wins in four seasons.

132: Mason Kilcarr (36-4), Reservoir junior