"But Jeffery can be dangerous with the ball, too. Just like Ronnie, good things are going to happen when he has the ball. He just needs to have the ball."
Baughman has recovered from a knee injury that slowed him earlier this year and will be used at tight end as well as in the backfield to also try to get him more touches.
"He's got to do a better job defensively with his tackling, but on offense we need to get him the ball," Harp said.
Guest played quarterback late in last week's 41-14 loss to Highlands and threw a scoring pass to Ryan Harper.
Hawkins is 18-for-43 passing for 412 yards and four touchdowns and has rushed for 306 yards. Kelvin Turner, despite being limited to 87 yards by Highlands, has 936 yards and 11 touchdowns on 101 carries to lead Danville's offense.
"He took a whole lot of hits," Harp said of Turner. "He ran hard. Every time he had his hands on the ball he had three or four guys on him. We did not give him much help."
Owen is junior-dominated
Danville (3-2) beat Owen 45-10 last year. Owen (1-4) has a junior-dominated team led by quarterback Shane Perkins, fullback Ryan Slone, and halfbacks Aaron Sutherland and Josh Juett, all juniors. The top lineman is senior Caleb Perkins.
"They are running the same offense and defense as last year," Harp said. "They will line up in the wishbone at times, but they will also spread the field and occasionally have used a one-back set.
"Defensively, the play a 5-2 and, like us, they have about eight kids going both ways. Nose guard Chris Ross, another junior, is a good player and Slone does a good job at linebacker."
Harp says there's no way Owen has the talent and speed of Highlands, which dominated last week's game against Danville, and that the Admirals will have a slight size advantage this week.
"We played a great team that exposed all our weak points," Harp said. "We need to try and get some things corrected for us to make a good run into the playoffs.
"If we played Highlands 10 times, they would beat us nine. They whipped us every way you could, and there was no excuse for us giving up the field position we did with our special teams. Obviously, that should have given our guys a dose of reality because some of them thought we were the greatest thing since sliced bread. They humbled us."
Harp has never played at Owen, but hopes his team, which starts six sophomores, understands the significance of district play.
"We are all 0-0 starting district play now. This is when your state title defense starts," Harp said. "It's nice if you can win those first five games, but this is what counts and from here on, you need to win every week."