First Team

Gary Brightwell


St. Frances, running back, senior

* Slippery 5-foot-11, 195-pound back ran for 1,715 yards, averaging 7.3 yards per carry; scored 18 touchdowns


* Scored four times in the MIAA A Conference finale that secured the first A Conference title in program history

* Committed to Temple, playing in the Crab Bowl

Dakota Davis

Glenelg, lineman, senior


* A 6-5, 315-pound tackle paved the way for back-to-back 2,000-yard rushers who set Howard County single-season records

* Key component in Gladiators' run to the state Class 3A semifinals, as they gained more than 3,000 yards on the ground

* Committed to Syracuse

Randy Fields

St. Frances, wide receiver, junior

* Crisp route-runner with terrific ball skills at 6-3, 200 pounds; caught 61 pass for 995 yards, 13 touchdowns

* Scored four touchdowns with 13 catches for 210 yards in the mid-season 34-20 win over then-No. 1 McDonogh

* List of Division I offers includes Virginia Tech, Pitt, Boston College, Navy

Clay Harris

Havre de Grace, kicker, junior

* A key reason the Warriors reached the Class 1A state championship game

* Kicked four field goals in the regional championship 19-14 victory, tying the state single-game record; finished with 13, which ties the state single-season record

* Hit 13-of-16 fields, nine over 30 yards with one for 41 yards

Cameron Hough

Annapolis, running back, senior

* At 6-1, 220-pounds, used size, speed to lead the Panthers to the state semifinals

* Carried 162 times for 1,624 yards, 32 touchdowns; ran for 255 yards, five touchdowns in the regional title win over Broadneck

* Second-team linebacker last season had four sacks, 58 tackles this fall; selected for the Baltimore Touchdown Club All-Star Game

Jordan McNair

McDonogh, lineman, senior

* The only repeat first-team player on offense is a prototype left tackle at 6-6, 320 pounds

* Combines size, length, quick feet, strong technique to be the key front man in the No. 3 Eagles' equally effective run and pass games

* Committed to Maryland; playing in the Crab Bowl

Ugo Obasi

Milford Mill, wide receiver, junior

* Speedy, elusive 6-2, 175-pound receiver caught 49 passes for 1,178 yards — an average of 24 yards per catch

* Scored three of his 13 touchdowns in the regional semifinal victory; had six interceptions, 40 tackles as a defensive back

* Narrowed his top five to Penn State, Michigan State, Maryland, Duke, Illinois

Gianluca Parrotta

Dulaney, lineman, senior

* At 6-3, 305 pounds, the left tackle allowed just one sack as the Lions passed 200 times for 2,078 yards

* Had 23 pancake blocks; also a defensive tackle with 23 tackles, seven for a loss, three sacks

* Offer from Stetson, interest from other FCS programs; selected for the BTC game

Jaret Patterson

St. Vincent Pallotti, running back, senior

* Powerful 5-8, 185 back ran for 2,045 yards on 187 carries for 26 touchdowns

* Carried 24 times for 188 yards, four touchdowns in the MIAA B Conference championship victory; also a linebacker with three interceptions, six sacks and 50 tackles

* Committed to Buffalo with twin brother, James; playing in the Crab Bowl

Anthony Ruffin

Mount Saint Joseph, lineman, senior

* A 6-4, 335-pound tackle with deceptively fast feet excelled as a pass protector

* Faced 3 major Division I recruits without allowing a sack as the Gaels threw the ball at least 45 times each game

* Being recruited by several Division I programs; playing in the Crab Bowl, BTC game

Tavon Terry

Mervo, lineman, senior

* The 6-5, 320-pound tackle was one of the catalysts for three straight Baltimore City championships and this year's regional semifinal win over Sherwood

* Had 15 pancake blocks; allowed just three sacks and only 11 in his three-year career

* Drawing interested from local FCS and Division II programs; playing in the Crab Bowl, the BTC game

Ethan Williams

Broadneck, wide receiver, sophomore

* The 6-1, 175-pound William enjoyed a breakout season, catching 50 passes for 877 yards, an average of 17.5 yards

* Explosive with a knack for getting open, scored 10 touchdowns to lead the Bruins to the regional final

* Would have hit 1,000 yards but for two long touchdown catches negated by penalties

Cody Winokur

Archbishop Spalding, lineman, junior

* Tough 6-2, 260-pound guard led the way for a team that ran for 224 yards per game, passed for 174 yards to finish second in the MIAA A Conference

* Extremely physical player; finishes blocks, plays with an edge

* Has started every game since his freshman year, beginning to draw Division I interest

Myles Wright

St. Frances, tight end, senior

* At 6-3, 225 pounds, an unselfish, pivotal player in the run and pass game for the MIAA A Conference champions

* The Panthers' top receiver last season played a bigger role as a run blocker; had 24 catches for 374 yards, two touchdowns

* Also the Panthers long snapper; committed to Towson

All-Metro second team

Thomas Booker, Gilman, tight end, junior

Julius Chestnut, Archbishop Spalding, running back, junior

Tim Cole, Arundel, wide receiver, senior

Devin Dawkins, Howard, running back, sophomore

Ryan Fitzgerald, Broadneck, lineman, senior

Trae Folkman, Glenelg, lineman, senior

Dylan Gergar, Severn, kicker, junior

Tyler Hamilton, St. Vincent Pallotti, lineman, senior

Stanley McCombs, Old Mill, lineman, senior

Mike Nash, Hereford, lineman, senior

Wande Owens, Glenelg, running back, sophomore

Niko Rice, John Carroll, wide receiver, senior

Sam Rothstein, Century, lineman, senior

Darrius Sample, Dundalk, quarterback, senior

Jamar Williams, South Carroll, running back, senior