Coach Bill Waibel calls the 6-foot-1, 235-pound senior his "best overall player." Bowen-Wright's blocking skills and maturity lead the run-oriented Mariners.
Winters Mill, lineman
The 6-5, 315-pound junior earned All-Monocacy Valley Athletic League honors on offense and defense. West Virginia is among the schools that have shown interest.
Bryant, 6-4 and 210, had 31 receptions for 404 yards and six touchdowns last season. A senior who is getting looks from James Madison, Temple and Maryland, Bryant clocked a 4.6-second 40-yard dash and had 14 1/2 sacks as a defensive end.
River Hill, quarterback
The 6-2, 195-pound senior passed for nearly 1,700 yards and 17 touchdowns and rushed for 450 yards and 11 more scores last season. The nephew of former NFL quarterback Jeff Hostetler, he also punts and will play defensive back.
Franklin, running back
A returning All-Baltimore County performer, Noble rushed for 1,854 yards and 22 touchdowns last season. The 6-foot, 200-pound player also returned an interception for a score. James Madison and Delaware have expressed interest in the senior.
River Hill, tight end
The returning second-team All-Metro pick has added 25 pounds, rising to 6-4, 235. Nowak, a senior, had 34 receptions for 550 yards and seven touchdowns last season, and may also play defensive end or linebacker this season.
Long Reach, quarterback
In two seasons as a receiver, running back, defensive back and return specialist, the 5-9, 175-pound senior rushed for 1,650 yards, averaged 29 yards per catch on 30 receptions and intercepted six passes. The second-team All-Metro pick moves to quarterback this season.
Mount St. Joseph, running back
The 6-foot, 190-pound player averaged 100 yards rushing and a touchdown in five games last season despite an injury. Ricks has drawn interest from Virginia, Temple and Delaware, among others.
Cardinal Gibbons, running back
The 5-8, 215-pound senior rushed for 1,027 yards and 15 touchdowns, returned two kickoffs for scores and, as a linebacker, registered five sacks and returned a fumble for a touchdown last season. Small may be the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference's best running back.
Parkville, running back
The senior earned second-team All-Baltimore County honors last season, rushing for 1,249 yards and 24 touchdowns. The 5-10, 190-pound player averaged 10.4 yards per carry.
Mount St. Joseph, linebacker
The Gaels' top returning tackler uses his speed and vision to drop back into the safety position, where he returned an interception for a touchdown last season. As a running back, the 5-foot-11, 200-pound player rushed for six scores and caught a pass for one more.
Wilde Lake, linebacker
The highly recruited, 6-2, 220-pound player had eight sacks and rushed for 818 yards and nine touchdowns last season. A senior, Brown also is a standout in wrestling and track and field.
Milford Mill, defensive end
Dargan, a 6-3, 280-pound junior, had eight sacks and 16 tackles for lost yardage last season to lead the Millers to the Class 2A state semifinals and earn All-Baltimore County honors. Dargan is considering accepting a scholarship offer from Maryland.
Eaton, 5-11 and 225 pounds, earned first-team All-Metro honors last season after making four sacks, four fumble recoveries and two interceptions. Duke and North Carolina have offered full scholarships to Eaton, who, as a fullback, rushed for 424 yards and cleared the way for a 2,000-yard rusher.
Foote is looking to rebound from an injury-hampered junior season in which he had four sacks and rushed for five touchdowns. The 6-1, 250-pounder has drawn interest from James Madison, Towson, Maryland, Temple and Wake Forest.
Severna Park, defensive back
Hunt broke up 22 passes, intercepted three others and made 35 tackles, 12 for lost yardage, last season. The 6-foot, 170-pound player also made 27 receptions for 560 yards and eight touchdowns.
Dunbar, defensive back
The 6-2, 180-pound senior, whose 4.47-second 40-yard dash was the state's fastest at the University of Maryland's combine in April, made five interceptions, returned one of four fumble recoveries for a touchdown and was the Poets' No. 2 receiver last season.
The son of head coach Biff Poggi has a scholarship offer from Duke, among other programs. The 6-1, 212-pound senior ran a 4.6-second 40-yard dash.
A leader on both sides of the ball, the 5-11, 220-pound senior was the Knights' second-leading tackler last season, had five sacks, returned one of three fumble recoveries for a touchdown and returned one of two interceptions for a score. Roseborough rushed for 403 yards and six touchdowns.
City, defensive back
The 6-2, 185-pound senior made a school-record 10 interceptions last season. Rushing also was the Knight's fourth-leading tackler with 72, 27 unassisted.
Byron Barnes, Western Tech; James Buettner, Patapsco; Anthony Cherry, Milford Mill; Derek Coleman, Marriotts Ridge; Sean Copeland, Overlea; Sam Cox, Towson; Rhett DePol, St. Mary's; Greg Dickey, Lansdowne; Christian Emezie, Poly; Donnell Flemming, Kenwood; Grady Gamble, Boys' Latin; Terrance Grant, Woodlawn; Mike Greengold, Howard; Alex Harper, Woodlawn; Garrett Hill, Winters Mill; Jeremy Hines, Westmintser; Mike Hite, Northeast; Zack Holbrook, Severn
Marc Horn, Marriotts Ridge; Eric Hutchinson, Glenelg; Derrick Johnson, Joppatowne; Daron Jones, Cardinal Gibbons; Tracy Jones, W.E.B. DuBois; Sean Kelly, Fallston; Brian Kone, Loch Raven; Terrance Macer, New Town; Xavier Martin, Joppatowne; Jason Mattison, Perry Hall; Mike McCoy, Sparrows Point; Ken McDonald, Old Mill; Joe McNamara, Catonsville; Brett McQuilken, Atholton; Mike Moss, St. Paul's; James Pelzer, Reservoir; Ryan Pentz, Century; Nate Plotner, Chesapeake-B; Jeremy Rice, C. Milton Wright; Ray Ridgeway, Archbishop Curley; Montay Roberts, St. Vincent Pallotti Brent Sanders, Severna Park; Jon Schwartz, Annapolis; Kevin Seker, Marriotts Ridge; Aaron Simon, Mount Hebron; Cornell Spencer, Southwestern; Zack Stonsifer, St. Paul's; Justin Strickland, Calvert Hall; Jake Trantin, Archbishop Spalding; Nate Tyler, Mervo; Johnny Von Paris, John Carroll; Anton Wade, Patterson; Keonta Wallace, Arundel; Colton Weaver, Liberty; Andrew Webber, Loch Raven; Kevin Westervelldt, Mount Hebron; Andrew Woizesko, Catonsville; Josh Wright, South River.