The senior enters his second year as the Eagles’ starter after transferring from Riverbend. He threw for 2,065 yards and 26 touchdowns last season.
Scott enjoyed a breakthrough sophomore season, topping 100 yards seven times and finishing with 1,303 yards and 13 TDs. He’s bigger and stronger this year.
The Indiana-bound senior scored 10 touchdowns and averaged an area-best 22.7 yards per reception in 2018.
The senior was a second-team Class 6 all-state selection in 2018 while blocking for the Eagles’ skill-position standouts.
The all-region senior tackle (6-4, 270) anchors the right side for the Hornets and clears the way for two-time 1,000-yard rusher Jaylen Alexander.
An all-Region 4B choice in 2018, he’ll be even more vital this season as the Cyclones break in new skill-position starters.
A returning starter, the senior anchored the line for the Lions’ powerful rushing attack.
The senior center was named second-team Class 4 all-state in 2018 and helped in the Knights’ resurgence.
The junior was a first-team Class 4 all-state selection in 2018, when he kicked five field goals and scored an area-best 98 kicking points.
An explosive athlete who’s getting Division I interest, Robinson was named first-team all-Jefferson District at both WR and DB in 2018.
The 2018 Free Lance-Star player of the year completed 70 percent of his passes for 2,379 yards and 29 TDs and also ran for 548 yards and five scores.
The latest in a long line of workhorse running backs, Hunter ran for 1,505 yards and 25 touchdowns for the Lions last season.
The Bucknell-bound senior made the biggest play in school history last season, a last-second touchdown catch in a playoff win over Louisa.
A three-year starter, he succeeds the graduated Chase McGowan as the Wolverines’ leader up front.
A two-way starter, the senior was a second-team Class 6 all-state pick on the defensive side for the Eagles in 2018.
The senior posted double digits in sacks in 2018 and was a constant menace to opposing quarterbacks.
Already receiving big-time college attention, Ryan made four interceptions as a sophomore last season.
The disruptive senior has two Division I offers and is called “the strongest player I’ve ever coached” by hall of fame mentor Lou Sorrentino.
He earned second-team Class 5 all-state honors as a sophomore in 2018 after making over 100 tackles.
Following in his big brother Josh’s large footsteps, he’s a threat both as a receiver and a ball-hawking cornerback.
The senior was a second-team all-state pick as a utility defender in 2018.
Davis enters his senior season with 20 career interceptions and will also play quarterback for the Drifters.
Lovelace isn’t asked to punt often, but usually flips the field when he does. He also kicked an area-best six field goals in 2018.
The junior was named second-team all-Region 5D in 2018 during the Panthers’ bounce-back season.
A returning starter, he figures to take over as the Eagles’ top tackler from the graduated Oliejah Louissant.