Lake, 5-9, 155
Evans returns for his senior season for the Hornets this season and is expected to play a bigger role this year. Last year, Evans ran for 257 yards on 49 carries last year but is expected to be more of a slot receiver this year.
“He’s going to play some slot, some tailback and cornerback on defense,” Lake coach Tate Hanna said. “He is a three-year starter and is one of our bright spots in the backfield and is a really good special teams player. He’s not a really big kid but he’s very athletic. He’s going to be our go-to cornerback that we put on their best player. I think he will have a big year playing slot this year. He’s very quick and very athletic and we are going to have to get him the ball in space.”
Hanna said Evans has ready gotten some interest from the junior college ranks and should have an opportunity to play somewhere.
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