J’Quane Har­ris, Mil­ford Mill, foot­ball

Baltimore Sun - - VARISTY -

The se­nior played a huge role in the Millers’ dis­rup­tive de­fense as they up­set then-No. 10 Dun­dalk on the road Fri­day night, 27-22. The 5-foot-10, 245-pound de­fen­sive end had two forced fum­bles, a fum­ble re­cov­ery, 5.5 sacks and six of his seven tack­les for loss. “He was ha­rass­ing the dude the whole game,” Millers coach Reg­gie White said of Har­ris’ pres­sure on the quar­ter­back. With the win, the Millers earned the No. 9 rank­ing this week. The three-year var­sity vet­eran is the nephew of for­mer Ed­mond­son coach Dante Jones. He aims to play foot­ball in col­lege and is be­gin­ning to draw at­ten­tion from col­lege coaches.

OTHERSCONSIDERED: Greg Ben­ton Jr., Long Reach, foot­ball; Cole Dick­er­son, North Har­ford, foot­ball; Joey Navarro, Oak­land Mills, cross coun­try; Wes Oneto, Lib­erty, soc­cer; Justin Wil­liams, An­napo­lis, foot­ball

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