B2C 8th Grade Defensive Player of the Year
On team that was led by their defense to make it to the Clayton County Middle School Semifinals Kevon was special. He held down the middle of the field. B2C always says the same about all good linebackers, no wasted steps, doesn’t get tricked on play action, destroys the lead block and the ball carrier. All those comments describe Kevon and yes he does bring the wood every time. What makes him special is his leadership. Only one compares to him and that is Alex Contreras from North Gwinnett when you talk about his leadership. The way he was in command of that defense was a thing of beauty to watch. Congrats to Kevon Glenn for being named the B2C 8th Grade Defensive Player of the Year
B2C 8th Grade Offensive Player of the Year
A special kid, great hands, good feet, smooth running style that reminds you of Percy Harvin. He watched the ball and gets straight up field. The way his runs his routes are textbook. In cuts hips are low and arms pumping, explodes out of cut, snaps head ready to attack the ball. He is all hands and rarely lets the ball get in on his body, excels at running after the catch. On offense for the Lions, KJ carried the load. he put up video game numbers with almost 2,000 total yards and 25 touchdowns, KJ was a walking highlight. Every single game he put up huge numbers to help his team out, leading Lovett Lions to their first top 20 ranking in the B2C Polls in school history. Then on top of what he did on the field he is also class president, now that is the true definition of being a student athlete. Congrats to KJ Wallace from the Lovett Lions for being named the B2C Offensive Player of the Year.
B2C 8th Grade Player of the Year
Freakish athletic ability, good height, great size. Took the GFL by storm, with his aggressive play style. Can play multiple positions but he excelled at Outside Linebacker and also at Running Back for the Rams this year. Was able to be used in multiple ways whether he was lined up in the backfield running the ball or catching passes. On defense he was able to play linebacker at a high level with his pressure in the backfield and also he is athletic and has a high enough football IQ to drop into coverage and disrupt pass plays by getting his hands on the ball. Leads his team verbally and also by his play. If their was an All-Swag team then Owen would be on it and probably the leading vote getter, great player, great kid. Congrats to Owen Pappoe for being named the B2C Player of the Year.