Titus Till will have many memories from his days at Wise, but asking to come off the field won't be one of them.
As a rising freshman, Northwood's Jimmy Hessler was tagged as "The Franchise" by football coach Dennis Harris ... a bold statement about a kid who had never played a varsity down.
One of Maryland's least successful football program hires one of the state's most successful coaches
Edmondson's Samuel Bradley makes the move to tight end this year and could see increasing college interest.
DeMatha's Bill McGregor has helped more than 350 Maryland high school football players into college.
The weekly Friday Five features several MVAL athletes, including a California bound linebacker.
Speed was not Travis Thomas' way to get somewhere when he was young -- it was his way of getting away
Suitland's Keith Brown has been on an emotional roller coaster since his junior football season ended.
ESPNRISE.com let the athletes play coach by evaluating thier peers at Raise Your Stock 2009.
Ali Tolson remembers the 2006 season and is trying to help his team reach those heights again this year.
After the excitement of last year's Nike Combine, athletes are preparing for this year's event
Garrett Dolly is the first sophomore to lead Fort Hill in tackles, but the path to stardom has not been easy.
Wise's Rahsaan Moore could be the best-kept secret in Maryland high school football.
At 6-foot-4, 315 pounds Jonathan Cortez looks every bit a football lineman, but prior to his freshman year at Gaithersburg he had never taken a snap
Dunbar High School had eight athletes sign letters of intent on Wednesday.
Eleanor Roosevelt lineman Bryan Davie will be one of the Raiders' highly recruited 2010 prospects.