Kyle Essington, Sr., QB
Replaced two-year starter Michael Coulter and became one of the top quarterbacks in the FCS, completing 111 of 203 passes for 1,919 yards. His 20 touchdown passes were a team Division I record.
Miguel Maysonet, Sr., RB, Riverhead HS
Big South offensive player of the year after rushing for school- record 1,633 yards and 15 touchdowns. Scored four TDs twice, a Big South record. Considered an NFL prospect.
Marcus Coker, Jr., RB
Big-time transfer who rushed for 2,006 yards in two seasons at I-A Iowa. How will he fit in with incumbent star Maysonet? “His ego doesn’t get in the way,’’ said coach Chuck Priore, who will keep both backs fresh by splitting their carries.
Kevin Norrell, Sr., WR
Essington’s favorite target and deep threat with a team-high 41 catches for 673 yards and five touchdowns.
Jordan Gush, Sr., WR
Caught 41 passes for 541 yards and four touchdowns. Seawolves’ primary punt returner.
Adrian Coxson, Soph., WR
Huge potential. Went to Florida, where he did not play, and transferred to Maryland, where he played sparingly last season. High school star in Baltimore, totaling 1,930 yards and 19 touchdowns.
Jawara Dudley, Jr., LB, Roosevelt HS
First-team All-Big South. Forty unassisted tackles, 41