DUNBAR HAS THE FASTEST OFFENSIVE THREATS IN THE CPS - IF NOT THE STATE! That is a statement I can confidently shout out loud. (Phillips is right there too).
It starts with state 100 meter and 200 meter champion Demoria Harris (sr, 6-1,170lbs, WR/RB/KR). Darvell is a legitimate D1 talent based on speed, athleticism, and pedigree. His brother Darvell Harris, a former track and football star at Dunbar, recently signed to play football for D1 UAB. Dunbar uses Demoria Harris in a variety of ways. Though, he usually lines him up as a wide receiver or tight end then gives the ball to run. They sometimes throw to him. They could also use him as a kick returner and a running back.
Though at the running back position, Dunbar uses a multitude of backs. For power, they use Nevell Floyd - a powerfully built 5-10, 175lb full back. For speed they could use Rayquon Erving(5-9, 155lbs, sr, RB/DB) or Joseph Branch(5-10, 175lbs, sr, RB/DB). Erving and Branch ran on Dunbar's 4x1 relay team that took second in the state last spring and their 4x200 relay team that finished 5th.
They have speed and athleticism at the quarterback position as well if they start Joshua Alexander(5-8, 145lbs, jr, QB/WR). Alexander was a back up quarterback to Jayton Doresey (now graduated) last year. Another option at quarterback is sophomore Angelo Charles(so).
I know I talked a lot about speed, but they also have some big talented returning lineman including a pair of 310lb'ers Edrick Jones(jr, 5-10, 310lbs, DT/NT) and Nate Chavours(6-0, 310lbs, DT, sr).
I see Dunbar as one of the top football teams in the CPS. Dunbar has the athletes to compete with Simeon. Dunbar is looking to compete with Simeon this year for CPS supremacy. Dunbar lost only 23-14 to Simeon in the CPS championship game last year. If they get solid play at the quarterback position, they should be a strong force in the CPS once again.