Posted On: 02/10/21 7:40 AM

The MPSSAA is one day closer to the start of practices for the Spring ’21 restart. We are officially five days away from the start of practices. Similar to the Baltimore City League and the UCBAC, Baltimore County has a lot of talented players looking to build on their 2019 seasons. Every team is looking to build momentum for the, *fingers crossed*, Fall 2021 season and the return of the state playoffs to Maryland. Here are four players to watch during the restart for Baltimore County.

Kamari BanksKamariBanks6'2" | DLMilford Mill | 2022MD, Milford Mill Academy, DE/DT, 6’2" 250 lbs, 2022

Milford Mill reached the quarter-finals of the 2A State Playoffs in 2019. One player that should see a bigger role this year is Kamari BanksKamariBanks6'2" | DLMilford Mill | 2022MD. Banks can step in and help the defensive unit during this restart immediately. He already has great size as a junior and will be coming into this restart looking to make a name for himself. Banks flashed an ability to push the pocket from the interior positions. This restart is the perfect opportunity for Banks to show growth in his pass-rush ability and become an anchor for Milford Mill going into his senior season.

Kamari BanksKamariBanks6'2" | DLMilford Mill | 2022MD, Milford Mill Academy, DE/DT, 6’2" 250 lbs, 2022 Milford Mill reached the quarter-finals of the 2A State Playoffs in 2019. One player that should see a bigger role this year is Kamari BanksKamariBanks6'2" | DLMilford Mill | 2022MD. Banks can step in and help the defensive unit during this restart immediately. He already has great size as a junior and will be coming into this restart looking to make a name for himself. Banks flashed an ability to push the pocket from the interior positions. This restart is the perfect opportunity for Banks to show growth in his pass-rush ability and become an anchor for Milford Mill going into his senior season. Kendal MarksKendalMarks5'10" | DBNew Town | 2022MD, New Town, DB, 5’10" 170 lbs, 2022 There is not much to say when it comes to Kendal MarksKendalMarks5'10" | DBNew Town | 2022MD. His number one trait is his play recognition. He is patient and trusts his eyes. Kendal keeps plays in front of him and, when the ball is thrown his way, makes breaks on the ball with ease. On screens, and outside runs, he shows an ability to disengage blockers and makes tackles without any problems. Not afraid to be physical and make tackles. Continued development will solidify his spot on college radars. Kendal should lead the defensive backfield for New Town during this restart Zavion WoodardZavionWoodard5'8" | RBNew Town | 2022MD, New Town, RB, 5’8" 200 lbs, 2022 New Town finished as semifinalists in the 2A State Playoffs in 2019. During that run, Zavion was a workhorse in the New Town backfield with over 1600 yards and 21 TDs. This is incredible production for a sophomore running back and puts a spotlight on him for this restart. He will be the man that New Town will showcase during the restart. Zavion’s all-around style, and production, should already have him on college’s radars. If he can show continued development as a runner and pass-catcher, then he will definitely be a player to watch going into next season. Keyon BryantKeyonBryant6'2" | DBWoodlawn | 2022MD, Woodlawn, DB, 6’2" 185 lbs, 2022 A big-bodied DB, Keyon has the physical build to play at the next level. As a sophomore, he was limited at the varsity level. However, Keyon flashed as a physical corner who enjoys contact. He was not afraid to press WR’s and initiate contact. With continued development, he will be a name to watch over the summer. This restart will be the perfect opportunity for him to showcase his development.

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