Wildcats coach Chuck Markiewicz: "He is one of the most dynamic receivers we have ever had in our program."
- Football Offensive Player of the Year: Deryk Kern, Westminster, quarterback, senior
- All-Metro second-team offense for football
- Football Defensive Players of the Year: Micah Kiser, Gilman, linebacker, senior and Henry Poggi, Gilman, lineman, senior
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Old Mill, lineman, senior
Physical, tenacious 6-3, 255-pound offensive tackle cleared the way for strong rushing attack
Patriots ran mostly off tackle in gaining 2,665 yards this season
Also spent time at defensive end with 10 tackles, one sack
Patriots coach Chad McCormick: "One of his greatest assets was setting the edge on most of our runs."
Receiving interest from FCS, Division II programs
Dunbar, lineman, senior
Standout on a mountain range of a line at 6-3, 360 pounds
Led the way for an offense that ran for more than 3,400 yards, averaged 32.7 points
Lead blocker for running back Coleman Blackston, whose rushing yardage matched or exceeded opponent's total offense in last two games
Poets coach Lawrence Smith: "He's a leader on offense and he keeps everyone going."
Committed to Bowie State, playing in Crab Bowl
Meade, lineman, senior
Fast, agile for 6-2, 255 pounds and timed at 4.7 seconds in the 40-yard dash