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Posted On: 04/20/21 8:57 AM

The Baltimore County spring football season came to an end this past weekend. The initial 6 game season was hindered by uncertainty,  a county- wide cancellation in week one, and declined participation; but was completed successfully. Several athletes who already held college scholarships chose to opt-out of their senior year, but this gave many other players the opportunity to step into the spotlight.  Perhaps the success of a spring season might be a sign of things to come in the state of Maryland moving forward, similar to our southern counterparts. In the meantime, here is a list of some of the top players in the county.

Defensive Line

Tim Welch

New Town High School

6’5’’ 270

Welch was a dominating force for the Titans defensive line ,and was a leader on what was arguably the county’s best defensive line.


Raheem Olalekan

New Town High School

6’4’’ 270

Olalekan help lead the Titans to a 4-1 season.


Daquan Stevenson

Woodlawn High School

6’1’’ 290

Stevenson is one of the more dominant interior defensive linemen in the county. Had numerous Tackle For Losses and spearheaded on of the county’s toughest defenses.


Malik Agent

Franklin High School

6’2’’ 205


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