Scouting report: Atholton may have been hit harder by graduation than any other team in the league, returning only two starters on each side of the ball, but after playing to a 28-7 record over the past three seasons, the Raiders have earned the reputation as a winning program. Brian McMahon, who led the team as quarterback each of the last two seasons, is now a reserve tight end at Maryland, but his replacement — Mount St. Joseph transfer Luke Casey — is capable of big things. At 6-4, Casey has similar size and playmaking ability to McMahon, who passed and ran for a combined 2,000 yards and 20 TDs last year. Plotkin is one of the league's best returning linemen. Mullens (89 yards, 5 TD) and Carter-Rimbach are the top two returning rushers, and Anthony, perhaps the team's best all-around athlete, is the top returning receiver. Defensively, Mullens and Washington combined for more than 100 tackles last year, but almost everyone else is new. Junior Cody Stolar, a top JV call-up at linebacker, should make a significant impact on varsity.