Loyola, midfielder, junior
Barger, the Dons’ top player as they attempt to defend their MIAA A Conference championship, has received attention from several top Division I programs. As a sophomore, he was one of five Loyola players picked for the All-MIAA squad.
McDonogh, midfielder, senior
One of the top players in the region, the All-Metro first-team selection had six goals and nine assists for the Eagles last season. The 2012 Gatorade Maryland Player of the Year, Campbell is committed to Maryland.
Severna Park, forward, junior
The All-Metro first-team striker scored 20 goals and had seven assists last fall, tying a school record for points. He recorded at least one point in all but two of the Falcons' 20 games and led Severna Park to the Class 4A state title game.
St. Paul's, forward, senior
Mirza, an All-Metro second-team pick last year, returns as the team’s top playmaker as the Crusaders move up to the MIAA A Conference. He has averaged 16 goals per season and will start for the fourth consecutive year.
Marriotts Ridge, midfielder, senior
The four-year starter had 11 goals and four assists for the Mustangs last season. He also led Marriotts Ridge to its fourth consecutive Class 2A state championship with a team-high seven goals in the playoffs.
McDonogh, midfielder, junior
A member of the player pool for the U.S. under-18 national team, the highly touted playmaker had three goals and seven assists last season. Like his teammate Campbell, Smith has committed to Maryland.
Archbishop Curley, forward, senior