Four Dunbar players led the roll out of roster additions for the Maryland Crab Bowl announced after Monday night’s third draft.
Poets Coleman Blackston, Raymond Jackson, Dominic Miller and Eddie Nelson along with 13 other local high school football players bring the total of Baltimore-area representatives on the Crab Bowl roster to 31.
Baltimore’s top seniors will be looking for a second straight win over Washington, D.C.’s best when the sixth annual all-star game kicks off Dec. 21 at McDaniel College in Westminster. Washington leads the series 3-2, but Baltimore won last year’s game 28-7.
Local players selected Monday:
Kyle Barnes, defensive back, Curley
Coleman Blackston, running back, Dunbar
Nikolas Diamondidis, athlete, Severn
Duke Etchison, quarterback, Westminster
Erik Evans, tight end, Calvert Hall
Nicholas Gesualdi, safety, Boys’ Latin
Alex Hollingshead, offensive lineman, Patterson Mill
John Honeycutt, linebacker, Perry Hall
Raymond Jackson, offensive lineman, Dunbar
Paul Lorick, fullback, John Carroll
Levi Lloyd, offensive lineman, Fallston
Jordan Mason, defensive back, Atholton
Dominic Miller, defensive back, Dunbar
Shambdu Nalls, offensive lineman, St. Frances
Eddie Nelson, defensive back, Dunbar
Keifer Rawlings, linebacker, St. Paul’s
Khalil Stanfield, defensive back, St. FrancesCopyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun