•Great speed and agility make the 6-1, 165-pounder excellent at pass coverage

•Had 26 tackles, three interceptions; only allowed four passes this season; did not allow a touchdown pass in two years

•Also played halfback, rushing for 1,220 yards on 137 carries; caught 12 passes for 251 yards; scored 18 touchdowns


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•Hardly ever left the field; returned kickoffs and punts for the state Class 3A semifinalists

•A member of two state championship teams who has committed to Wake Forest

Isaac Jorgensen
McDonogh, linebacker, senior

•Rangy 6-2, 220-pounder, played with consistency and intensity; key to stopping the inside run

•Had 103 tackles - nine for losses; had six pass breakups

•Workhorse for the MIAA A Conference runners-up, often playing every down on both sides of the ball at inside linebacker and offensive guard

Eagles coach Dom Damico: "He likes contact, likes being in the pile making hits. You love to coach him because he goes so hard."

•Mainly drawing attention from Patriot League and Division II programs

Jake McGinnis
Joppatowne, linebacker, senior

•Has all the physical tools at 6-1, 225; runs well, has great instincts for the football and is rarely fooled

•Made 13 tackles in the state Class 1A final loss to Catoctin

•Had 162 tackles this fall, 413 for his career; six sacks and four fumble recoveries this season; also played nose guard in some defensive fronts

•Mariners coach Bill Waibel: "The best linebacker we've ever had in 24 years"

•Getting college looks from Division I and Division II schools

Dan McManus
Eastern Tech, lineman, junior

•Aggressiveness, quickness, good off-ball speed make the 5-11, 240-pound tackle tough to contend with

•Good at finding the ball and chasing it down, strong pass rusher