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2022 Team Preview: Belmont Tigers (12)

Written by: on Saturday, August 20th, 2022. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Head Coach: Ed McCabe

Assistant Coaches:
Terrell Brent (Assistant Head Coach/ Defensive Coordinator)
Deshawn Hill (Offensive/ Defensive Line)
Zamire Thomas (Defensive Backs/ Special Teams)
Dejour Hood (Offensive Line/ Defensive Line)

Team Name: Belmont Tigers

2021 Record: 8-2

District: District 12

Class: A

League: Philadelphia Public League, American

Key Starters Lost:
Yasire Brooks-WR
Chris Palmer-WR
Tashin James-OL
Laquil Laury
Darren Masen-WR

Offensive Starters Returning: (7)
Nasisy Harrison-QB
Shamere Davenport- WR/RB
Marquise McClain- RB
Bryan Burgos- TE
Khalil Ransom-OL
Dominick Williams-OL
Jaden Allen-OL

Defensive Starters Returning: (5)
Shamere Davenport- CB
Shaul Bryant- LB
Marquise McClain- DL
Deontay Roberts- DB
Taron Regan-DB

Special Team Starters Returning: (2)
Shamere Davenport- 4 Return TD’s
Nasisy Harrison- 42 Yard Average Punt

Key Newcomers:
Lamin Long McKenzie
Quameer Alexander
Maceo Gatewood

2021 Returning Player Stats:
Nasisy Harrison
1,672 yards
17 touchdowns

226 yards
4 touchdowns

Shamere Davenport
425 yards
3 TDs
452 yards
4 TDs
325 yards
4 TDs

2022 Offensive Outlook: “We have a very talented group that can put up points in bunches, but we have to work every practice on jelling as an overall unit. We pride ourselves on showing attitude and effort. This will determine how good we truly are as a team.”

2022 Defensive Outlook: “We have to be physical as hell and swarm to the ball. We have a very fast and athletic defense that prides itself on getting to the ball and making plays. If we build trust and are fundamentally sound, as a unit, we will be tough to beat.”

2022 Special Teams Outlook: “We are very lucky to have Shamere Davenport and Nasisy Harrison back this season. Shamere scored on punt and kick-off returns and Nasisy averaged over 40 yards a punt.”

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