Damascus, Md. is home to two offensive talents in 2008 according to head coach Dan Makosy. Rivals.com caught up with the Damascus head coach to find out what makes his two players stand out.
Offensive center Tony Edwards is starting to get looks from a handful of schools.
"Maryland is recruiting him," he said. "His dad actually played there for two years with Boomer Esiason in the early 80's. I think they are his favorite right now because of his dad's ties there with Ralph Friedgen. Beyond that though, I think realistically if he grows another couple inches recruiting will pick up for him even more."
The 6-foot-0, 265-pounder earned honorable mention all-state honors as a junior.
"He's technically wise and has great feet," Makosy said. "He's one of the best linemen I've seen and is very strong. He started for us as a sophomore and that's very rare here. He also does the shotgun very well. We did that all year and he had maybe one or two bad snaps the entire season.
"As a person, Tony is a great kid with a 3.5 GPA. He's got excellent grades and is a wonderful person to be around."
Joining him on offense is 6-foot-2, 203-pounder quarterback Kyle Frazier who is beginning to get looks of his own.
"A lot of schools are in contact including Maryland, Boston College, Connecticut, Duke and most of the ACC," he said. "He's got a great arm and knows how to spread the ball around. He's also a great runner and a strong kid.
"He started for us as a sophomore too which is rare. He calls most of our plays and is smart and has great grades. I think when it's all said and done he'll be one of the better quarterbacks in the state."
Frazier threw for 1,161 yards, 15 touchdowns and two interceptions as a junior.