Posted On: 07/24/20 4:01 PM

Earlier this week, I looked at some teams that – based on last season and the players they have coming back- are set up to put a lot of points on the board. Today, I am moving to the other side of the ball and the guys who would like nothing more than to keep the scoreboard operator bored – defenses. Here are five defensive teams to watch in 2020.
Eden Prairie
Allowed 10 points per game
Justice SullivanJusticeSullivan6'2" | LBEden Prairie | 2021StateMN DL/LB
Trent Jones IITrentJones II6'3" | DLEden Prairie | 2021StateMN DL
Danny KnudsenDannyKnudsenLBEden Prairie | 2021StateMN LB
Tyler GeorgeTylerGeorgeLBEden Prairie | 2021StateMN LB
Bennett LarsonBennettLarson5'10" | LBEden Prairie | 2022StateMN LB
Tyee Leske DB
Leif Benson LB
The Eagles are known for their smashmouth style of offense. They succeed by wearing down opposing defenses until they break. That strategy only works if the defense can keep the opponents from scoring quickly. Over the last few years, the Eagles’ defense has been the straw that stirs EP’s drink. This year should be no different. Linebacker and Iowa commit Justice SullivanJusticeSullivan6'2" | LBEden Prairie | 2021StateMN is one of the best defensive players in the state. Sullivan likely will see

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