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Posted On: 10/2/20 10:20 PM

The Minneapolis Lions lost at home 27-6 to the Hoisington Cardinals on October 2.

Defensive end Keyon Baccus had an outstanding defensive game and proved himself to be an interesting college prospect.

Three Stars of the Game

DL, Keyon Baccus, 5’11”, 208 – Baccus put himself in a position to get recruited because he looks like a football player. The all-time sack leader for the Lions program added two more sacks in the loss to Hoisington. He lines up at defensive end, but he could play linebacker or defensive tackle. NAIA schools should give him a look, but he may better suited starting with a JUCO program. He finished with eight tackles for Minneapolis. He is a potential match-up problem at the next level and he could move to offensive guard or full back

TE, Spencer Davidson, 6’2’, 211 – Davidson is a big target and should be considered one of the top tight end prospects in Kansas. He scored the Lions’ lone touchdown with a 36-yard reception in the end zone on a fantastic route. He also added three tackles and a sack on defense. He is a polished player and could play for an out-of-state Division III program.

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