The Towson University-bound second-team All-Metro has 183 points in the past two years for the three-time state champs, including 75 goals last year.
The senior second-team All-Metro scored 47 goals, assisted on 22 and scooped more than 100 ground balls for the 2A-1A state champs.
The North Carolina-bound senior All-Metro is an excellent cover man, position player and leader.
Calvert Hall, attack
A junior left-hander who is also adept with his right hand, Huntley scored 36 goals and assisted on 32 others to earn second-team All-Metro honors.
This Maryland-bound second-team All-Metro scored 41 goals and assisted on 53 others as the Admirals' top point-earner last season.
Another junior left-hander, Rubeor lit up Georgetown Prep for six goals and two assists on the way to getting 32 goals and 19 assists on the year.
Boys' Latin, goalie
The North Carolina-bound All-Metro returns for his third starting year after limiting MIAA A Conference rivals to fewer than seven goals on average.
Boys' Latin, defense
The Notre Dame-bound All-Metro is back for his third starting season after hustling for an average of three ground balls and covering the best offensive threats.
The Virginia-bound second-team All-Metro made 21 of his 220 saves in last year's 7-5 victory over Boys' Latin. He was nominated to, and nearly made, the U.S. Under-19 team.
St. Mary's, defense
The massive player (6 feet 4, nearly 240 pounds) was one of just two high school defensemen - and the only Marylander - to be named to the U.S. Under-19 team.
Other notable players
Brad Baer, Westminster; Jacob Baxter, Severna Park; Blake Best, Severna Park; Evan Calvert, Centennial; David Cornbrooks, St. Paul's; Greg Duckman, South River; Matt Duke, Westminster; Matt Eckerl, Calvert Hall; Jay Feeley, Dulaney; Chase Gahan, Loyola; Matt Gaines, Edgewood; Adam Goloboski, Hereford; Luis Gonzales, Arundel; Pat Hanley, C. Milton Wright; Zack Hinton, Liberty; Travis Holmes, McDonogh; J.C. Hutchins, Westminster; Zac Jungers, Dulaney; Tyler Kelly, McDonogh; Matt Latonick, Spalding; E.J. Lewis, South Carroll; Brandon Mathias, Mount St. Joseph; Nick Mezzanotte, North Harford; Casey Mulford, Loyola; Ryan Niland, Broadneck; Tim Pataki, Loyola; Drew Peace, Boys' Latin; Alex Salihi, St. Paul's; Jesse Schwartzman, Pikesville; Michael Stokes, Mount Hebron; Brian Vetter, Annapolis; Adam Wade, Fallston; Sam Wagner, Loyola; Ryan Walterhoefer, Boys' Latin; Drew Westervelt, John Carroll; Nick Williams, Calvert Hall; Luke Wilson, Gilman; Grant Zimmerman, Gilman.