Whitehall vs Bishop Ready Defensive Weapons

Posted On: 09/1/20 7:24 PM

The only area of the defense I have not covered in my groups to watch series is the secondary. Today, I looked around the state, searching for some of the potential defensive backfields who look to be some of the best in Minnesota. Like usual, I weighed the success of the defense a year ago and who is coming back from those teams, combined with film review – when I could find it. Without further ado, here are four defensive backfields you should be watching this spring.

Fridley
Micah NewaldMicahNewaldDBFridley | 2021StateMN, Terrell DavisTerrellDavisDBFridley | 2021StateMN
Good luck trying to score on the Tigers’ defense this season. Not only do they return two top tier defensive linemen, but they also return two of the best defensive backs in the state. Fridley looks to have one of the most athletic groups in the state. Both Newald and Davis might be better receivers than defensive backs, but the instincts and hands they have developed as receivers show up on the defensive side of the ball.

SMB
Elijah ShortElijahShortDBSMB | 2021StateMN, Tony Avila-TovalinTonyAvila-TovalinDBSMB | 2021StateMN, Toby Jacobson
In what seems to be an annual issue for the SMB Wolfpack,

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