Coach: Kevin Reilly, fourth year.
Assistants: Keith Rawlings, Paul Perry, Fred Foster, Kevin Tyree, Jim McDonnell.
Last year's record: 8-2.
Returnees: John Lamancusa (sr., OT, DT), Lawrence Worthington (sr., RB, LB) Keith Kimmel (sr., QB, DB), Corey Anderson (sr., RB, LB), Richard Snyder (sr., TE, NG), Cory Betlejewski(sr., OG, DT), Eric Davison (C, DT), Mohammed Mughal (sr., C, NG), Greg Watchinsky (sr., WR, DB), John Mack (sr., OG, NG), Chris Gibbons (sr., SE, DB), Drew Pekala (jr., WR, DB), Anthony Johnson (jr., OT, DT), Craig Davis (jr., OG, LB), Timmy Hughes (jr., TE, LB).
TopNewcomers: Kenton Worthington (so., RB, LB), Jamaine Brice (jr., RB,DB), Andy Zawadski (jr., OG, LB), Steve Jackson (jr., OG, LB), JorgeAponte (sr., RB, DB).
Coach's outlook: We've got to go out every day and work hard. We can't be happy with where we are, because any team in this county is capable of beating any other.
Harford CountySun's outlook: Reilly is always cautious about his predictions, but almost every other coach picks the Rams as the team to beat. Aberdeenand C. Milton Wright come in close behind, but the Rams have a solidcorps of senior veterans giving them an edge, especially on offense.Their line isn't big -- nobody over 6-2 -- but the Rams are experienced at every position. Lamancusa (6-2, 225) will anchor the line withDavison (6-0, 245), Mack (5-9, 215), Johnson (5-10, 240), Davis (5-10, 165) and Hughes (6-0, 180) also starting. Out of the backfield, Lawrence Worthington and Anderson have explosive capability.