Jack Cooleen, Falmouth, senior, wide receiver: At 6-foot-5, Cooleen presents a great target, as he showed last year when he averaged 18 yards per catch and scored 14 touchdowns. A returning all-state selection, he is getting looks from many colleges. He is one of the few receivers defenses have to include in their game plan.

Louis DiTomasso, Wells, senior, running back/linebacker: A solid inside runner, he also may be one of the state’s best linebackers. Using his size (5-11, 180) and speed, he amassed 141 tackles last year, with two sacks, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and two blocked punts. He also averaged 6.5 yards per rush.

Carter Dorsett, Yarmouth, senior, tight end/outside linebacker: A returning all-state selection at tackle, the 6-foot-2, 190-pound Dorsett is moving to tight end, where he can use his athleticism and hands to become a receiving threat down the middle. He’s being looked at by Hamilton, Brown and Williams, among others.

Morgan Kuntz, Freeport, senior, tackle: At 6-foot-2, 285 pounds and very athletic, he’s earning some looks from colleges, including the University of Maine. He has started for three years.

Andrew Lavallee, Cape Elizabeth, senior, guard/linebacker: At 6-foot-2, 295 pounds, Lavallee, a returning all-state selection, is a dominating presence. He is a punishing blocker, and Coach Aaron Filieo is moving him from the defensive line to linebacker to take advantage of his athleticism. “And we wanted to challenge him,” said Filieo.

Kevin McKellar, Morse, junior, quarterback/safety: McKellar showed his ability last year when he threw for 960 yards and 10 touchdowns. He completed 60 percent of his passes. Defensively, he heads a secondary that attacks the ball at every chance.

Sam Meklin, Oceanside, junior, quarterback/defensive end: You don’t find many quarterbacks playing defensive end, but Meklin relishes the contact. He has a strong arm and makes good decisions with the ball. Last year he threw for 843 yards and eight touchdowns, while making 44 tackles and 4.5 sacks.

Tyler Nay, Traip Academy, senior, fullback/linebacker: A converted guard, he rushed for about 1,100 yards last year, giving the Rangers a powerful inside threat. He also led the team in tackles, averaging over 10 per game.

Anders Overhaug, Yarmouth, senior, running back/safety: An excellent all-around player, Overhaug became the school’s first 1,000-yard runner with hard running between the tackles. This year, Coach Jim Hartman looks to get him to the outside. “Last year he took a pounding, this year he gets the tosses,” said Hartman. Overhaug is also a punishing tackler from his safety spot.

Troy Pappas, Marshwood, senior, quarterback: In his third year as a starter, Pappas has a firm grasp of Marshwood’s spread offense. At 6-foot-2, 215 pounds, he is big enough to shrug off would-be tacklers. “He’s smart, like having a coach on the field,” said Coach John Caverly.