Panthers have B3 weapons: Baptiste, Burris and Bridges

By Randy Lefko Sports Editor
Posted 5/18/22

ORANGE PARK - Ridgeview High football has traditionally had a bevy of offensive weaponry back to the days of Stanley Dye and Skyler Humphrey with quarterback Josh Moore and Qhahlin Paterson and that …

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Panthers have B3 weapons: Baptiste, Burris and Bridges

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ORANGE PARK - Ridgeview High football has traditionally had a bevy of offensive weaponry back to the days of Stanley Dye and Skyler Humphrey with quarterback Josh Moore and Qhahlin Paterson and that has driven the Panthers in the Macpherson era to plenty of wins and titles and 2022 coach Bryan Arnette may just have the secret sauce of success with the B3 offensive lineup plus one.

“Sheppard Bridges, running back, is a big body with power; Myles Burris is our vertical receiver and a possible running quarterback and Chris Baptiste is just a guy that can be put anywhere,” said Arnette.

“With Bo behind center (quarterback Durrionte Myrick), that adds another element of attack with his ability to break from the pocket and get downfield.”

In their intrasquad scrimmage held on Friday, Arnette saw Burris downfield numerous times for Myrick lofts for scores, Baptiste snagging a gorgeous short post pass and jetting to the end zone and even tight end/H Back

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