Hereford, linemanThe 6-foot-2, 310-pound junior's power and technical skills earned him All-America honors after anchoring a Bulls team that rushed for a single-season state record 5,878 yards.
Glen Burnie, lineman
A fierce blocker and immovable force at 6-7, 340 pounds, Albert also has agility -- as evidenced by his presence as a starter on the Gophers' state semifinal basketball team -- that colleges crave.
The second-team All-Metro selection, who stands 6-6 and weighs 320 pounds, had some of the nation's top programs after him before committing to the University of Maryland.
You'd better just move out of the way of this 6-4, 288-pound Division I prospect -- or the senior center will simply make you move.
The 6-4, 285-pound Division I prospect covered the 40-yard dash in 4.9 seconds and cleared the way for an Owls squad that rushed for more than 3,000 yards and gained a share of the Baltimore County 4A-3A crown.
F.S. Key, running back
The 6-2, 215-pound second-team All-Metro senior rushed for 1,056 yards and 19 touchdowns, caught three touchdown passes, and, as a linebacker, had 123 tackles, three fumble recoveries and two sacks.
Wilde Lake, lineman
The 6-6, 305-pounder is still developing as he hopes to realize his potential this fall before heading to Syracuse University.
Kenwood, running back
The 5-10, 185-pounder clocked a 4.43-second 40-yard dash and showed tremendous power at a junior combine after rushing for 1,551 yards and 15 scores last fall.
Eastern Tech, running back
The 6-1, 200-pound second-team All-City/County senior runs a 4.47-second 40-yard dash and rushed for 937 yards and 18 scores last season.
South Carroll, quarterback
After grabbing six interceptions and receiving All-Metro second-team honors as a defensive back, the 6-3, 190-pounder switches to offense, where his Division I-caliber arm will be on display.
The 6-foot-4, 220-pound second-team All-Metro player, who will follow older brother E.J. to Maryland, wants to play quarterback in college, but his speed, size and mobility make him a top defender.
Not only does this 6-1, 230-pound two-time All-Metro pick have a nose for the ball and an ability to dominate defensively, but the senior also excels as a running back.
The 6-foot, 225-pound All-Metro pick returns after leading the team with 112 tackles and accumulating five sacks, two interceptions and three fumble recoveries.
Oakland Mills, linebacker
The 6-2, 200-pound second-team All-Metro pick hopes to lead the Scorpions to their fifth playoff berth in six years after grabbing five interceptions, recording four sacks and recovering two fumbles.
Wilde Lake, lineman
The 6-4, 245-pound Maryland-bound defensive standout covers the 40-yard dash in 4.8 seconds and hits with power.
With a nose for the ball and a penchant for making the big play, the 6-1, 205-pound junior second-team All-Metro pick earned his 16th and 17th sacks of the season to go with an interception in last season's 2A state title-game win.
The 6-1, 235-pound junior second-team All-Metro pick returned two of four interceptions for scores, and, as quarterback, threw for seven touchdowns and rushed for two others.
A versatile and quick 6-1, 265-pounder, Sykes will be called upon to play linebacker as well as on the offensive line for the talented Red Storm.
Randallstown, defensive back
This fleet-footed 5-11, 170-pound three-sport athlete will take his 4.4-second speed in the 40-yard dash to the University of Maryland.
Gilman, defensive back
The speedy, 5-9, 165-pound senior, an All-Metro pick in football and as a lacrosse goalie, led the Greyhounds in interceptions and fumble recoveries and returned three kickoffs for touchdowns.
Other notable players
Ben Adams, Hereford; Bobby Atwell, Southern-AA; Adrian Brown, Randallstown; Paul Burke, Chesapeake-AA; David Caperna, Gilman; Tony Cole, Oakland Mills; Cory Davis, McDonogh; Earl Chaptman, Dunbar; Andrew Ferris, Severna Park; Cameron Goldberg, McDonogh; Lonnie Harvey, Edmondson; Louis Hiteshaw, Mount St. Joseph; Chris Ilardo, St. Paul's; Cortez Hayley-Grimes, City; Brandon Johnson, Curley; Erik Johnson, City; Khamrae Johnson, Forest Park; C.J. King, Oakland Mills; Jeremy Navarre, Joppatowne; Josh Price, Parkville; Ray Matula, Southern-AA; Domonique Miles, Overlea; Dane Robinson, Calvert Hall; Justin Ross, Woodlawn; Bobby Shram, Arundel; Tim Siders, Glenelg; Dontae Smith, Milford Mill; Thomas Smith, Patterson; Scott Steele, Towson; Carl Stokes, Aberdeen; Donte Sylve, St. Mary's; Jasmond Walker, Poly; Justin Weston, Annapolis; Conor Wicklund, South River; Louis Young, Gilman.