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Chesapeake Player Recap: South - Part 4

The Chesapeake Bowl recently held its inaugural game with the South Team coming away with a 30-27 comeback victory over the North Team. Most would agree that the talent on the field and the coaching on the sidelines made this event a rousing success.

Scout.com takes a detailed look at each player on both rosters and reviews their performances during the week from practices and the game itself. We continue the performance reviews for the South Team (consisting of players from MD, VA, DC and WV). OL Ben Curtis, Calvert Hall (MD) – Curtis still has his best times ahead of him. He has a great frame to add weight and can play both guard and...

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