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2019 Team Previews: Phoenixville Phantoms (1)

Written by: on Wednesday, August 21st, 2019. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Head Coach: Don Grinstead

Assistant Coaches:

Gary Rhodenbaugh
Anthony Ciarello
Jamie Gray
Paul LePre
Mark Ferko
Travis Ford-Bey
Art Knight
Billy Thornton

Team Name: Phoenixville Phantoms

2018 Record: 4-7

Twitter: @phoenixvillefb

Hudl Highlights:

Offensive Starters Returning: (6)

Sr.QB Jack Pizor, 5’9 180 QB/DB
Sr.TE Matt Johnson 6’4 215 TE/DE
JR.RB Aidan Foley 5’8 185
Soph.OT Solomon Ortiz 6’3 270
Sr. WR Anthony Stevenson 5’8 175
Jr. OG Nolan Martin 5’8 265

Defensive Starters Returning: (7)

Sr.DB Jack Pizor, 5’9 180
Sr.DE Matt Johnson 6’4 215
JR.LB Aidan Foley 5’8 185
Soph.DT Roman Ciaverelli 5’9 180
Sr. DB Anthony Stevenson 5’8 175
Soph. DB Trey Davis 5’9 170
Jr. DB Max Strunk 5’11 160

Special Team Starters Returning: (0)

Key Newcomers: (3)

Sr. DE Brady Aselton 6’3 195
Soph. RB/LB Owen Koch 5’9 175
Sr. WR/LB Ignacio Ortiz 6’3 170

2019 Offensive Outlook: We are very young on the offensive side of the ball and will need to be extremely intentional with our time in training camp to find our offensive identity. We will need to develop quickly upfront, while being multi-dimensional to give ourselves the best possible chance to win football games. We are a ball control offense that wants to move the ball and keep the other teams offense on the sidelines, philosophically that is who we are and will try to be every year.

2019 Defensive Outlook: We return some experience on the defensive side of the ball in the back end and will need to rely on those guy’s early on.While we lose most of our starters up front, we return a good deal of guys who played significant time last year, they will need to use that experience early on to keep developing. We will try to be a fast defense who runs to the ball and creates opportunities for our offense, we are hoping to continue off of last years defensive success.

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