Midfield, River Hill
The skilled senior distributes well, but he also can score (four goals, eight assists) and is the Hawks' pivotal player.
The "Russian Lightning" (17 goals, 15 assists) is a good one-on-one player with excellent touch and distributing ability.
Sweeper, Perry Hall
Honorable mention All-State last season, the 6-foot, 180-pound back is drawing looks from UMBC and East Carolina.
Forward, Mount Hebron
The senior earned his second state title plaque and second-team All-Metro honors with a 16-goal, six-assist season.
Sweeper, Oakland Mills
Sure-footedness and quick reactions earned the senior his third state title plaque and second-team All-Metro for the defense-oriented Scorpions.
Forward, Mount St. Joseph
A pure striker, crafty on the ball, composed in the box, he scored 13 goals as a freshman.
Can distribute or finish (13 goals, five assists) with equal ability, and the senior is solidly built at 6-2, 185 pounds.
Midfield, Severna Park
The unselfish, versatile senior who'll man almost any position, he is the only returning first-team All-County player from Anne Arundel County.
The third-year player posted 10 shutouts and had a .926 save percentage as a junior, stopping 151 of 163 shots.
The only returning first-team All-Metro player, the junior is a technically superior player who posted 18 assists and seven goals.
Other notable players
James Agorsor, Arundel; Gabe Amponsah, Oakland Mills; Marco Barresi, Fallston; Kwaku Boateng, Hammond; Powell Cucchiella, Eastern Tech; Brandon Franklin, Liberty; Chris Daniloski, Mount Carmel; Michael Dougherty, Mount St. Joseph; Brandon Hines, River Hill; Derrick Jameson, Howard; Jeff Kocher, C. Milton Wright; Tim Lane, Centennial; Kyle MCue, McDonogh; Phil Phillips, Calvert Hall; Corey Shea, Glenelg; John Stallings, Sparrows Point; Brian Swiech, Mount Hebron; C.J. Twombley, Northeast; Jesse Weisburg, Severna Park; Nate Yinger, Francis Scott Key.