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Players to Watch
(for players on teams not mentioned in ‘Teams to Watch’ article)
Tight End / Linebacker (Senior)
Baker has been a standout for the past two Spartan playoff teams. He possesses a rarely seen mixture of size, speed, and agility along with actual skills associated with football. At tight end, he is a foundational blocker but also a reliable target for his quarterback. Great hands, good routes. Baker is a solid defender too, offering up another use for him. Greenbrier East is expecting another good year and Baker will be the captain leading the way.
Goodson’s 2019 burst onto the scene came with a bang via rushing and receiving. As a sophomore, he was bigger than some linemen and faster than most defensive backs. It appears that he has grown even more with his athletic ability keeping pace. Independence narrowly missed the playoffs a year ago and though they are much younger in 2020, having such a ferocious runner makes them dangerous to any AA foe.
Wide Receiver (Senior)
Valentine is another player who has been a standout out since his tenth grade year. He has legitimately next level measures and skills- being relatively tall with undisputed track speed. For Shady Spring, he is used for other things on offense including plenty of creative jets to get him the ball. The Tigers are replacing a successful and large senior class but with Valentine they should still be a contender.
Bower has been the most prolific runningback across the state since his sophomore year. His frame is perfect for how the Warriors use him. Pound-for-pound pure strength, he is an absolute handful to get down. His junior year saw an even more rounded rushing technique with an increase in agility and breakaway speed. Not just one of the best backs in the region, but in the state- he will be the central factor for Wyoming East returning to the postseason.
Wide Receiver / Defensive Back (Senior)
After missing his entire junior year to injury, Sarver will return to dominate Class A. He has been among the state’s best tracing all the way back to his freshman season. Summers County is looking to rebound after their first time missing the playoffs in several seasons. Sarver’s pure length, track speed, and innate playmaking ability at both wide receiver and defensive back makes him an invaluable weapon for the Bobcat program.