Josh Bordner
Century, quarterback, senior

•At 6-4, 205 pounds, a stellar pocket passer who is also light on his feet and can scramble

•Threw for 2,082 yards and 18 TDs, ran for 329 yards and 10 TDs; excelled at linebacker


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•Led Century to the 2A state semifinals in 2008, passed for 4,443 yards and 36 TDs and ran for 19 TDs in two years

•Led team to a 19-5 record over two years - first winning seasons in school history

•Will graduate early to enroll at Boston College in time for spring practice

Max Coale
River Hill, lineman, senior

•The 6-4, 245-pound right tackle was a three-year starter as team went 40-1

•Anchored a battering ram of a line that led the way for a Hawks running game that gained 3,889 yards - 3,200 more than the opposition

•Also played defensive end for the Howard County champions, especially against teams with strong running games

•With a 4.0 GPA, drawing attention from schools in the Ivy League, Patriot League and Stanford

Adrian Coxson
City, athlete, senior

•Perhaps the area's best wide receiver at 6-2, 195, played QB this fall

•Showed off strong arm, knack for reading defenses; ran the spread offense well

•Completed 27 of 57 passes for 650 yards and eight TDs, ran 106 times for 1,280 yards and 11 TDs, returned four punts for TDs

•Knights coach George Petrides: "We wanted the ball in his hands as much as possible. He's a good quarterback. He could have been a quarterback from day one."

•Committed to Penn State

R.J. Harris
Arundel, wide receiver, senior

•Favorite target of Billy Cosh set five state receiving records as Anne Arundel County champions won their first 11 games