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2019 Team Previews: Cheltenham Panthers (1)

Written by: on Sunday, August 11th, 2019. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

Head Coach: Ryan Nase

Assistant Coaches:

Kyle Yeiter – Assistant Head Coach Defense
Rob Carter – Quarterbacks
Ibrahim Fletcher- Offensive Line
Josh Plenski- Running Backs
Spentley Toran- Special Teams / WR
Tauren Barker- Defensive Ends
Jim Fitzgerald- Defensive Tackles
Paul Bryant- Linebackers
Mike Yeiter – Defensive Backs

Team Name: Cheltenham Panthers

2018 Record: 8- 4

Twitter: @cheltenhamsd

Hudl Highlights:

Key Starters Lost:

Marcus Winfield – OL/DE
Will Felix – TE/DE
Justin Grady – K/P

Offensive Starters Returning: (6)

Jamir Barnes (Sr) RB 5’11 190
TJ Harris (SR) WR 5’11 180
Nate Edwards (SR) WR 5’9 185
Adonis Hunter (SR) QB 5’11 225
Sidiqq Williams (SR) RB 6’0 200
Brendan Canally (SR) OT 6’2 235

Defensive Starters Returning: (7)

Darenmeen Xayamounghkoun (JR) DE 6’1 220
Sam Sykes (JR) LB 5’8 185
Zach Gaffin (JR) LB 5’8 180
Jon-Marc Foreman (SR) LB 5’11 200
TJ Harris (SR) FS 5’11 180
Jamir Barnes (SR) CB 5’11 190
Nate Edwards (SR) CB 5’9 185

Special Team Starters Returning: (2)

Nate Felix (JR) LS 6’2 240
TJ Harris (SR) PR 5’11 180

Key Newcomers: (5)

Darren Bennett (JR) 6’4 225 DE/TE
Jared Thompkins (JR) 6’1 190 WR/SS
Nasir Carson (JR) 6’2 290 OL/DL
Joe Thomas (JR) 6’0 305 OL/DL
Kamden Wyatt (SO) 5’9 185 Ath

Key Stats: Return Starters at every Offensive Skill position that accounted for nearly 90% of 2018 offense. Defense will be undersized but extremely athletic including 3/4ths of 4×100 relay team that finished 5th in the state.

2019 Offensive Outlook: The key to 2019 will be establishing a run game around Jamir while allowing TJ and Nate to make plays in space out wide along with taking shots down the field.

2019 Defensive Outlook: We plan on playing a lot more man to man coverages that allow us to bring more pressure up front. The downside is we play a number of extremely athletic QB’s who can also beat us with their legs so we must stay home and tackle well.

2019 Special Teams Outlook: In 2019 we have the ability to return a kick for a Touchdown at anytime with 4 guys. Our biggest question mark will be at Kicker/Punter where we lose All-State selection Justin Grady. Justin’s brother Josh will be a freshman competing for the job with Senior Andrew Moreland.

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One Response to “2019 Team Previews: Cheltenham Panthers (1)”

  1. William Reilly says:

    I want to be cool back 38



David