Mike Adams, Poland senior, right tackle/defensive end: At 6-2, 260 pounds, the athletic Adams should be a dominant player on both sides of the ball.

Caleb Bowden, Falmouth senior, halfback: Despite missing one game because of injury, Bowden rushed for a team-high 752 yards last season.

Taylor Bradley, Mountain Valley senior, tailback: A talented transfer, Bradley rushed for more than 1,000 yards for Class A Skowhegan last fall.

Jack Cooleen, Falmouth junior, wide receiver: Size and speed enabled the 6-4 Cooleen to snag 33 passes for a team-high 660 yards last season.

Louis DiTomasso, Wells junior, middle linebacker: Last season, the 185-pound DiTomasso recorded more than 100 tackles to lead the Warriors.

Collin Downs, Camden Hills senior, quarterback/safety: A versatile player, Downs passed and ran for more than 1,700 yards last season.

Christian Durland, Mountain Valley senior, tight end: A solid two-way performer, Durland was the Falcons’ leading receiver last season.

Jason Dutton, Old Orchard Beach senior, quarterback/defensive end: Because of his size, the 6-4, 240-pound Dutton strikes an imposing figure in the Old Orchard backfield and defensive front.

Jack Horton, Falmouth senior, offensive guard/defensive end: At 6-2, 225 pounds, the speedy Horton gives opposing offensive linemen fits.

Jon Higgins, Greely senior, offensive tackle/middle linebacker: An all-Campbell Conference selection last season, Higgins is the main man in the Rangers’ defense.

Brian Hubbard, Boothbay Region senior, fullback/middle linebacker: A veteran of three varsity seasons, the 6-1, 195-pound Hubbard is a smart, hard-nosed player.

Cam Kaubris, Mountain Valley senior, quarterback: After missing last season because of injury, Kaubris returns as the Falcons’ starting QB.

Conrad Labbe, Poland senior, fullback/linebacker: With his team-high 85 tackles last season, Labbe ranked among the Campbell Conference’s top 10 tacklers.

Andrew Lavallee, Cape Elizabeth junior, offensive lineman/defensive lineman: At 6-2, 290 pounds, Lavallee is a strong force on both sides of the football.

Jack McDonald, Cape Elizabeth senior, offensive lineman/linebacker: The 220-pound McDonald is a defensive stopper at middle linebacker.

Paul McDonough, Wells junior, quarterback: Returning for his second season at QB, the elusive McDonough is especially adept at running the option.

Everett Moye, Morse senior, wide receiver/cornerback: The Shipbuilders’ most experienced player, Moye, a 150-pound speedster, will line up in a number of different positions.

Tyler Nay, Traip Academy junior, guard/middle linebacker: At 6-0, 240 pounds, Nay is counted upon to be the defensive stopper for the Rangers.

Anders Overhaug, Yarmouth junior, running back/roverback: Back after a year’s absence, the 5-10, 185-pound Overhaug brings power to the Clippers’ running game.

Jack Radke, York senior, fullback/linebacker: A four-year starter, Radke is a hard-nosed players on both sides of the ball and during practice.

Nate Pingitore, Yarmouth senior, halfback/outside linebacker: The Clippers’ rushing leader last season, the 185-pound Pingitore possesses breakaway speed.

Matt Schreiber, Lake Region senior, offensive tackle/defensive end: A four-year starter at defensive end, Schreiber is extremely effective coming off the edge.

Brad Stephens, York senior, tailback/linebacker: While serving as backup to Class B Player of the Year Jared Prugar, Stephens rushed for more than 1,000 yards last fall.

Tyler Sturtevant, Poland sophomore, tailback/linebaker: After missing all but three games last season because of a broken leg, Sturtevant is playing offense and defense this season.

Jay York, Morse senior, guard/middle linebacker: While injuries have limited his playing time the past two seasons, York is expected to be the stopper in the middle of Morse’s 4-3 defense.