George Chambers: Archbishop Curley, senior
He has been a point machine for Curley the past few years, both indoors and outdoors. The senior won the 300 at last year's MIAA championships in a record time of 34.83 seconds, and gives the Friars points on relays, too.
Robby Creese: Glenelg, junior
Creese has come a long way in a hurry. He has become a dominant distance runner in cross country, capping his season with an impressive victory in the Class 2A state title race at Hereford.
Kyle Fuller : Mount St. Joseph, senior
Fuller is headed to Virginia Tech on a football scholarship, but he's one of the area's top sprinters indoors and outdoors. He also scores points in the long jump and helps on relays.
Justin Gross : McDonogh, senior
He's one of the most versatile track athletes in the metro area. Gross was last winter's Performer of the Year and can do a little bit of everything, like when he won three events at last winter's MIAA championship meet. He could be a college decathlete in the making.
Matt Jablonski: Loyola, junior
Jablonski led the Dons to the MIAA A Conference title in cross country - even though he also played soccer. He has grown into a talented distance runner who is one of the state's best.
Jarrod Monacelli: Hereford, senior
Monacelli, a pole vaulter, won the Baltimore County and regional meets before taking sixth in the state in Class 3A last year in a tough field. He then tied for third in the state in Class 3A outdoors (12 feet, 6 inches).
Chris Nash: Hereford, senior
He's still learning the shot put but should be ready to take off this season. Despite being in his first year of throwing last spring, Nash took fifth in the state in Class 3A and is one of the area's best returning throwers.
Will Neal: Chesapeake-AA, senior
Neal became one of the area's dominant distance runners in cross country this fall. He won the Anne Arundel County and regional titles before taking second in the Class 4A state meet.
Nick Rowe: Calvert Hall, senior
Rowe anchors Calvert Hall's distance runners. He has been strong in indoor and outdoor track as well as cross country throughout his career and constantly gives the Cardinals points.
Ryan Sullivan: Southern-AA, senior
He finished third in the pole vault in Class 2A last year with a vault of 12-6, and turned in a number of standout performances in big meets, often battling several tough opponents. Sullivan took fourth in the outdoor state meet with a vault of 13-0.
Other notables: :
Yao Adantor, Reservoir
Demetrius Anderson, Meade
Tommy Butler, Francis Scott Key
Albert Clark, Mount St. Joseph
Brendan Cooley, Severna Park
Taylor Edwards, Edmondson
Luke Gilman, Broadneck
Jerome Hill, Northwestern
Ryan Jackson, Reservoir
Ross James, Reservoir
Josh Johns, McDonogh
Kenneth Johnson, Edmondson
Davin Jones, Du Bois
Isaac Jorgenson, McDonogh
Jamane Kelly, Digital Harbor
Andrew King, Atholton
Deontray Lee, Broadneck
Jeff Matthews, Mount St. Joseph
Kenneth McQuin, Mervo
Will Meadows, Gilman
Teldrick Morgan, Meade
Ben Pershall, Severna Park
Mason Rivera, Hereford
Edward Robinson, Atholton
Guy Skord, Broadneck
Blake Stein, Pikesville
Davon Tildon, Carver
Eric Tringali, Winters Mill
Cody Vernon, Old Mill
Christian White, Meade