Last fall, Kuhns, 6-2, 210 pounds, threw for more than 2,000 yards and 21 touchdowns, but the last one was the best — a last-minute, 83-yard scoring strike to beat Loyola, 21-14, in the Turkey Bowl. With his arm and a year of experience, he should pick up where he left off.
Gilman, quarterback, junior
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The son of Maryland offensive coordinator Mike Locksley, the 6-5, 200-pounder brings a more fleet-footed, agile style to the position than 2012 All-Metro quarterback Shane Cockerille. Locksley also has a good arm, but look for him to carry on the Greyhounds’ usual running offense.
Mount St. Joseph, running back, junior
An All-Metro second-team selection last fall, McCrimmon led the MIAA A Conference in rushing with 1,382 yards on 250 carries for 10 touchdowns. The 5-foot-11, 210-pound Gaels standout also had 11 receptions for 105 yards and two touchdowns. He has an offer from Wake Forest.
Calvert Hall, athlete, senior
Neverdon does a little bit of everything for the Cardinals. Last season, he accumulated more than 600 yards while running, receiving and returning kicks and punts. The 5-8, 170-pound speedster, who is being recruited as a slot receiver, may also see time at defensive back.
Patrick Allen, Franklin
Ronnie Beswick, Archbishop Spalding
Frederick Bopst, Boys’ Latin
David Brookhart, Glenelg
Syl Brown, McDonogh
Teddy Crayton, Catonsville
Antonio Dupree, Gilman
Duke Etchison, Westminster
Erik Evans, Calvert Hall