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Md. Big 33 coaches announce watch list of players for June football game with Pa.

Archbishop Curley football coach Sean Murphy.
Archbishop Curley football coach Sean Murphy. (Gene Sweeney Jr. / Baltimore Sun)

Maryland Big 33 officials have named their watch list for the 58th Annual Big 33 Senior All-Star Football Classic with Pennsylvania on June 20 at Hersheypark Stadium.

Selection Committee chairman Brian Van Deusen, the River Hill coach who led Maryland to victory in this year's game, along with 2015 Big 33 coach Sean Murphy, of Archbishop Curley, are still working to identify other seniors who should be considered for the game.

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"There's still an opportunity for a lot of the kids, and I'm still getting information from coaches from around the state," Murphy said. "These are just the kids we all came up with as a Big 33 committee, guys that we knew about and guys that showed up on the radar based on where they are being recruited. I don't want kids to think they're out. There's still plenty of opportunities."

Murphy said he hopes to have the team selected by the end of January. Some players on the watch list have committed to the game but others may not be able to play because they have to report to college before then. In early to mid-January, he said, officials likely will hold an open tryout to determine the final roster slots.

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Coaches can nominate seniors by sending player information to Van Deusen at

, and Murphy at

, as well as game director Scott Ripley, at

. Include current statistics, a HUDL highlight and a coaches' recommendation.

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Following is the watch list for the 2015 Maryland team:

Quarterbacks
Jacquez Adams, Franklin
Taylor Crounse, Patuxent
Kai Locksley, Gilman
David Pindell, Oakland Mills
Anthony Pino, St. Paul's
David Sills, Eastern Christian

Running backs
Nelson Brown, Wicomico
Deontez Fleet, Lackey
Chris Gavin, South Carroll
Raekwon Gray, Urbana
Ty Johnson, Fort Hill
EJ Lee, Northwest
Amaru Major, Surrattsville
Nevone McCrimmon, Mount St. Joseph
Ronje Wright, Towson
Devonte Williams, Bullis

Halfbacks/Slots
Jalen Christian, Damascus
Deonte Harris, Archbishop Curley
Mike Morris Jr., Perry Hall
Kesean Strong, Potomac
Brent Richardson, Glenelg
Jelani Roberts, Gilman
Jamar Wilson, Northwest
Deontaye White, Milford Mill

Tight Ends
Ron'Dell Carter, Long Reach
Jonathan Holland, Bullis
Chris Lee Severna Park

Split Ends
Jon Kanda, River Hill
Kahari Kilgore, Thomas Johnson
Isaih Mims, Oakdale
Cortrelle Simpson, Lackey

Center
Garrett Mullin, St. Paul's

Guards
Trevonte Gibbs, Douglass-B
Justin Hilliard, Oakdale

Tackles
Adrien Allen, Milford Mill
Patrick Allen, Franklin
Brendan Cassells, Walkersville
Hunter Dafoe, Meade
EJ Donohue, Linganore
Andrew Houck, Wicomico
Will McClain, Middletown
Ellis McKennie, McDonogh
Isaiah Prince, Eleanor Roosevelt
David Robbins, Glenelg
Tyler Smith, River Hill
Robert Turnbull, Bohemia Manor

Kickers/Punters
Sean Bowling, North Harford
Ben Brown, Bullis

Defensive Tackles
Amir Fenwick, Douglass-PG
Julian Lynn, Oakdale
Adam McClean, Quince Orchard
T.J. Patterson, Northwest

Defensive Ends
Jon Bateky, Poolesville
Kamonte Carter, Gaithersburg
Jonathan Holland, Bullis
Julian Meares, John Carroll
Malachia Theodore Washington, Westlake

Linebackers
Wyatt Cook, McDonogh
L.J. Flourony, Easton
Jamarcus Hammond, Meade
Lamont Hill, Westlake
Brian Kirby, River Hill
Geoff Ricker, Patuxent
Kirk Robinette, Alleghany
Brendan Thompson, Northwest
Nick Welch, Middletown
Connor Young, McDonogh
Preston Waters, Boys' Latin

Cornerbacks
Jordan Adams, Franklin
Kwabena Asamoah, Northwest
Alex Barnes, Fort Hill
Robert Branch, Gilman
Travis Chidebe, Meade
Brian Fields, Meade
Jaequan Hill, Edmondson
Stephon Hill, Boys' Latin
Darius Johnson, St. Paul's
Quinton Jordan, Douglass-PG
Allan Koikoi, St. Paul's
Mikale Makle, Douglass-PG
Jermiah McCullough, Mount St. Joseph
Davon Monette, Douglass-B
Kareem Montgomery, McDonogh
Jamal Ofori, Seneca Valley
Kenny Young, Towson

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