Posted On: 03/29/21 9:39 AM

Most high schools in Maryland are currently playing football games during the spring. The fall season was postponed because of COVID-19. Now, some schools are playing as many games as they can during the months of March and April. Unfortunately, there are some schools who didn’t play during the fall and haven’t played a game yet this spring. Prep RedZone looks at some of the top offensive performers so far during this spring season of high school football in Maryland.

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Ashton Snelsire|6-3|230|Quarterback|2022|Decataur

Snelsire has been impressive in his first four games of the spring season. He’s completed 66-out-of-123 passes for 1,009 yards, 12 touchdowns, and two interceptions in those contests. Snelsire is averaging 252.3 yards passing per game and has led his team to a 3-1 record. He’s also rushed 32 times for 174 yards and one touchdown on the ground.

Brycen Coleman|6-4|175|Wide Receiver|2024|Decataur

When Coleman makes a catch, it’s usually a big play. In his first three games, Coleman caught 13 passes for 417 yards and two touchdowns. That’s 24.4 yards per catch. Coleman will be a

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