Blake Barritt, Cape Elizabeth, senior midfielder: A highly-skilled player, Barritt has the ability to make major contributions while playing in the midfield or at forward.

Mitchell Black, Brunswick, senior midfielder: A three-year varsity starter, the extremely versatile Black will play a variety of positions for the Dragons.

Carter Bowers, Gorham, senior goalie: A first-team all-SMAA selection last fall, Bowers provides a solid anchor to the defense.

Jackson Cohan-Smith, NYA, sophomore midfielder: Coming off a very good club season, Cohan-Smith is expected to make a big impact.

Matt Crowley, Greely, sophomore midfielder: After spending his first season playing a variety of positions, Crowley will be the focal point of the Rangers’ attack.

Akiba Davis, South Portland, senior midfielder: Named an all-SMAA defender last season, Davis has been part of the Riots’ midfield contingent since his freshman year.

Dylan Gillis, Westbrook, senior midfielder: The versatile Gillis combines strength, pace and good passing vision with the ability to play anywhere on the field.

Andrew Jones, Scarborough, senior midfielder: One of the Red Storms’ speediest players, Jones has developed into a complete player.

Nem Kaurin, South Portland, senior midfielder: The team’s center mid since his freshman season, Kaurin has led the Red Riots in both goals and assists the past two seasons.

Chris Knaub, Yarmouth, senior goalie: Knaub posted 13 shutouts in 18 games last season to help the unbeaten Clippers claim the Class B state title.

Liam Langaas, York, senior midfielder: A Western Maine Conference selection last season, the 6-2 Langaas is capable of controlling the midfield physically and with his technical skills.

Tim Lavallee, Cape Elizabeth, senior forward: One of the most athletic players on the squad, Lavallee can play anywhere on the field.

Robby Lentine, Windham, senior midfielder: After starting last season at center back, Lentine is taking his speed and skills to the middle of the field.

Eliot Maker, Cheverus, senior forward: After transferring from Lake Region, Maker scored a team-high 15 goals for the Stags last season.

Jack Martell, Gray-New Gloucester, junior midfielder: During his first two varsity seasons, Martell scored a total of 21 goals and registered seven assists.

Nick Melville, Cheverus, senior midfielder: A dynamic offensive player, Melville scored 12 goals and had 15 assists last fall to lead the Stags in points.

Craig Moreau, Gray-New Gloucester, senior forward: Last season, Moreau ranked among the Western Maine Conference’s top 10 in both goals (10) and assists (5).

Andy Murry, Falmouth, senior back: Murry, who has drawn the interest of a number of Division I coaches, provides a solid anchor to the Yachtsmen’s relatively-inexperienced defense.

Nick Oram, Mt. Ararat, senior back: A three-year starter and an excellent one-on-one defender, Oram anchors the Eagles’ back line at sweeper.

Connor Reagan, Gorham, junior striker: After leading the Rams in scoring the past two seasons, Reagan returns to again spearhead the offense.

Tim Rovnak, Portland, junior striker: An extremely energetic, aggressive forward, Rovnak scored 14 goals last season to help the Bulldogs win the Western Class A title.

Sam Torres, Yarmouth, senior striker: After scoring 14 goals while playing a variety of positions last season, Torres moves up front to spearhead the Clippers’ attack.

J.P. White, Falmouth, junior midfielder: A third-year varsity player, White has the speed and skill to make him dangerous no matter where he is on the field.

Daniel Wiener, Waynflete, senior midfielder: An aggressive player with a knack of winning contested balls, Wiener couples an excellent shot with great leadership skills.

Paul Witte, Greely, senior back: With his aggressive play and his leadership skills, Witte will anchor the Rangers’ inexperienced defense.