Delando Johnson continues to be the big name at Calvert Hall this season. But, three other players are emerging, two with Division I offers.
One of those is starting cornerback Kennedy Frazier.
"He is playing lights out," Calvert Hall head coach Donald Davis said. "His consistency has been there every day. It's his work ethic that has been the same. He's been a quiet leader for us and done a great job. He's playing well on special teams too.
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"His fundamentals are great and he's completely covering guys up. He's not getting beaten down the field."
Frazier still holds one offer at this time from Ohio.
"Nothing has changed, but it will," he said. "He's a long 6-foot athletic corner. People will realize what they need and he's a 3.0 GPA student and an outstanding citizen.
"He's getting a lot of the same interest from the ACC, like Maryland, Rutgers, West Virginia, Virginia, even down to the CAA. A lot of the schools are keeping an eye on him."
Joining him as a player on the rise is 6-foot-2, 185-pound wide receiver Kyle Levere.
"He's another that has been having a huge year for us," he said. "He's our best offensive player. He has made explosive plays. He made a great slant and stiff-arm to go for a touchdown recently in one of our games. He's lights out and is just playing faster and stronger. He's blocking better too.
"He has taken that next step from being a complimentary receiver to a primary guy. You put the ball in his hands and he'll get a first down and sometimes a touchdown."
Levere holds two offers from Buffalo and Robert Morris.
"His interest is picking up," he said. "There are a lot of wide receivers though, but it'll shake itself out. He's another one that is seeing colleges taking a look."
Rounding out the group is 6-foot-5, 280-pound offensive tackle J.P. McManus.
"He's getting a lot of I-AA interest, but has no offers," he said. "He's getting a lot from Towson and Old Dominion who is soon to be I-A. He's close to getting offers and he'll be alright."
Davis believes he's got a sleeper in McManus.
"He's a fundamentally strong kid with good feed that understands the game," he said. "He's got a great football IQ and is a good offensive line prospect. You don't need to trim any weight off of him because he started out as a lacrosse kid.
"He is fairly quiet, but has become a vocal leader and just done the job."