Maryland sends a high percentage of its athletes in nearly every sport to Division I college programs.
Lenhart is taking over as the Stags' starting quarterback, and how he performs starting in Week 1 will have a major impact on his recruiting stock among Division I programs.
Starting at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, college coaches can evaluate high school players in person. Here are the uncommitted seniors they'll be looking at, including at this week's Peach Jam tournament.
The Terrapins, who are on pace for a second straight top-25 recruiting class, have recently secured commitments from some of the D.C. area's top prospects.
Bladensburg's Daniel Oladapo doesn't have one clearly defined position. And in the eyes of the college coaches who are recruiting him, that's a good thing.
Casey Morsell scores 22 points to lead Cadets to a 68-55 victory.
Scott-Grayson, who has transferred each year of her high school career, will return to where she played as a freshman.
Rising Damascus sophomore has received offers from the likes of Ohio State, Tennessee, Michigan and Penn State.
The D.C. area offers a clear, conventional path to Division I basketball. Holland, a combo guard with a knack for highlight-reel dunks, isn't taking it.
Take a look at the top games on this season's high school football schedule.