Twenty-five seniors were invited last week to play for the Baltimore team in the Maryland Crab Bowl football game Dec. 21 at McDaniel, but the roster will eventually grow to 53. Baltimore coach Donald Davis, from Calvert Hall, will fill out his roster after players commit. Twins Jordan and Jacquez Adams, Patrick Allen and Juantez McCrea were chosen from No. 5 Franklin, and David Phelps, Jahmee Ballard, Channing Hames and Justice Pettus-Dixon from No. 7 St. Frances. Wyatt Cook, Connor Young and Ellis McKennie were invited from No. 1 McDonogh, and Jelani Roberts, Robert Branch and Alonzo Mayo from No. 3 Gilman. Others chosen for the Baltimore team: Lawrence Cager (Calvert Hall), Nevone McCrimmon (Mount Saint Joseph) Julian Mears (John Carroll), Allan Koikoi (St. Paul's), Winston Delattiboudere (Howard), David Pindell (Oakland Mills), Ron'Dell Carter (Long Reach), Omar Walker (C. Milton Wright), Tynard Barfield (Patterson), Evan Rhodes (Catonsville) and Chris Lee (Severna Park). Two local players, Broadneck's Alec Ruden and Archbishop Spalding's Jack Shugars, were selected for the Washington team, which won last season's game, 30-21. Spalding's Kyle Schmitt will coach the Washington team, which leads the all-time series 4-2.