One of the top attackmen in Maryland, Calvert was invited to try out for the United States 19-and-under national lacrosse team last summer after scoring 27 goals and notching 43 assists.
Few players in the state had as good a day all season as Dougherty had in Centennial's 16-6 Maryland 2A/1A championship win over Southern. He scored a state-record nine goals and finished the season with a team-high 59.
The Washington Post's all-county player of the year scored 47 goals, had 22 assists and grabbed 100 ground balls all while hobbling on an injured left leg.
Dunn's season ended last year against Wilde Lake when he separated his shoulder, but if the smooth attackman can complete his senior season, Coach Josh Bound believes he can reach the single-season scoring mark at Atholton. Dunn scored 55 points last season.
Oakland Mills, Sr.
Lange is an excellent athlete with a good combination of aggressiveness and athleticism that is perfect for defense. A true stay-at-home defender, he rarely gets out of position and scooped up a team-high 108 ground balls last season.
River Hill, Jr.
At 5 feet 9, 185 pounds, Morgan presents a matchup problem on the lacrosse field in the same way he presented one as the Hawks' yardage-eating fullback. With speed and strength, he has the ability to dominate the midfield position. Last year he scored 18 goals and had 10 assists.
Attackman could team with senior midfielder Jamison Caldwell to form a dangerous combination for the Gladiators. Nicola, a 6-3, 210-pound bruiser with a talent for finishing, led Glenelg as a sophomore with 31 goals and was second on the team in points with 33.
Mount Hebron, Sr.
Sepich is the lone returning starter from the Vikings' Maryland 3A/2A championship squad and will have to be on his toes in goal if Mount Hebron is to return to the state semifinals. He made 183 saves last season, with a save percentage of 55.
Thomas was at his best when he scored a hat trick in the Lions' upset of South Carroll last season, but there weren't many times the rugged midfielder was off. The 6-3, 190-pound Towson University-bound standout scored 27 goals and had 17 assists and picked up a team-high 164 ground balls.
The Golden Bears set a school record with 12 wins last season, and it's up to Wasserkrug to keep that momentum going. The only returning starter from last year's team, Wasserkrug saved 147 of 249 shots last season, a save percentage of 59. He will play lacrosse at Ursinus College next season.