Here's the list of first-team All-Met football players who have yet to accept college scholarships, along with some thoughts on each:
RB Evan Zedler, Damascus: Rushed for 2,243 yards and 29 touchdowns, but questions about his size (5-10, 185) and speed have limited interest from college recruiters.
OL Joey Christine, Sherando: At 6-2, lacks the height top college programs desire, but should find his place.
OL Tony Edwards, Damascus: It's always been about size for Edwards (6-0, 260), regarded as a terrific blocker. He's talking to some I-AA and II schools. "It is [frustrating] but i've got to be realistic about it at 5-11 or 6 feet," he said. "The D-Is are all about numbers. You've got to fit the prototype. It will work out."
OL Erik Saylor, Urbana: Look for him to wind up at a I-AA program.
OL Zach Kerr, Quince Orchard: He's taken an official visit to Maryland, and has trips set up to Penn State and Rutgers this month, and likely will go to Illinois as well. The guess is that he ends up in College Park.
WR Brandon Johnson-Farrell: Set Maryland public school single-season records for catches, receiving yards and touchdown catches, but has yet to receive much college interest.
OL Will Wilson, Langley: Son of a West Point graduate, don't be surprised if he ends up at one of the military academies or one of the state's I-AA programs.
I'll have something up on the defense later this morning...
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