A three-year starter and 2011 All-Metro first-team selection, Kelly brings elite skills, smart decisions and toughness to the Cardinals' dangerous attack. Always heavily marked by the opposition, Kelly is keenly aware of whether to create his own scoring chances or set up teammates. Set to play at North Carolina, he finished last season with 43 goals and 36 assists.
Calvert Hall, midfielder, junior
The area's most complete player, Kelly affects the game many different ways. Last season, he won 237 of 319 faceoffs (74 percent) and added 21 goals, 15 assists and 184 ground balls, earning All-Metro first-team honors. The North Carolina-bound Kelly is the youngest player selected to play for the U.S. Under-19 team at this summer's world championships in Finland.
St. Paul's, midfielder, senior
A three-year starter and captain, Parks is a strong dodger and dynamic playmaker whom the Crusaders will count on heavily this season. Headed to North Carolina, he finished with 37 goals and 17 assists last year to earn All-Metro second-team honors and bring his career totals to 61 and 24, respectively.
Glenelg, attackman, senior
Extremely quick and elusive with a rocket shot, the Towson-bound Wynne can score from anywhere and is equally adept at setting up teammates. In leading the Gladiators to the Class 2A-1A state title last year, the All-Metro first-team selection totaled 63goals and 47 assists to give him 105 and 67, respectively, in his first two varsity seasons.
Caleb Abney, Fallston
Jack Adams, Hereford
Marc Badger, Fallston
Brett Bedard, Severn
Mike Bonacci, St. Mary's
Peter Bradley, Marriotts Ridge
Ryan Brown, Calvert Hall
Dan Carder, Westminster