Bishop McNamara has even more talent

Wide receiver Brandon Coleman may be the big name at Forestville (Md.) Bishop McNamara in 2010. According to head coach Bryce Bevill, the school has four more prospects to watch.
Joining Coleman is a 6-foot-3, 275-pound defensive tackle Crishon Rose.
"He is very, very athletic, and right now third in the WCHC in wrestling in the state," he said. "He has placed in larger tournaments and is going to the state tournament.
"He is a heck of a football player too. He's a strong kid that has good feet and I expect him to have another good year. Maryland is right there on Crishon so far."
Cornerback Matthew Goldsmith, a 6-foot-1, 175-pounder is another to watch.
"He's very athletic and fast," he said. "He has long arms, great hips and is a heck of a football player. He runs so smoothly and doesn't look like he's running at all."
Fellow defensive back, 6-foot-1, 185-pound safety Jabril Ezell is also getting interest.
"He's a downhill type of kid that is fast and very physical."
Rounding out the group is 6-foot-2, 190-pound dual-threat quarterback James Joseph.
"He has a rifle of an arm and is also a third baseman for our baseball team."
James Joseph discussed his ability further.
"I only started two games as a junior," he said. "I think my speed and arm stick out. I do want to work on my reads more. I do play defense as well."
So far Joseph has heard from Duke and Penn State.
"Maryland is my No. 1 school," he said. "I like them cause my mom works there and I'm always there, but I really want a nice college and a good environment."
Bevill added a final thought on his players.
"I think all of these guys can be Division I scholarship guys. They are great kids and within the next month or two may start getting offered too."