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2022 Team Preview: Governor Mifflin Mustangs (3)

Written by: on Thursday, August 4th, 2022. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Head Coach: Jeff Lang

Assistant Coaches:
Gary Mitzel
Nick Morrissey
Mick Morrissey
Chris Klusewitz
Jantzen Linn
Doc Vecchio
Brandon Orndorff
Brett Chambers
Jake Snyder
Elias Morrero
Nate Hertzog

Team Name: Governor Mifflin Mustangs

2021 Record: 10-1

District: District 3

Class: AAAAA

League: Lancaster-Lebanon League, Section 2

Key Starters Lost:
Nick Singleton (RB/DB)
Eden Johnson (QB/DB)
Trey Rock (RB/LB)
Jonah Naugle (OT)
Nate Goodman (OT/DE)
Jose Landrom (OG/DT)

Offensive Starters Returning: (3)
Sr. RB Ayden Martin, 5-11, 185
Sr. OG Clayton Reynolds, 5-10, 220
Sr. WR Gerrell McNeil, 6-3, 175

Defensive Starters Returning: (2)
Sr. DB Ayden Martin, 5-11, 185
So. DT Mykel Ford, 6-0, 255

Special Team Starters Returning: (1)
Sr. K Jackson Schools, 6-0, 195

Key Newcomers:
Sr. QB/DB Delsin McNeil, 5-11, 195
Sr. OT/DT Ethan Hoffman, 6-0, 250
Sr. RB/DB Tynan Harter, 5-9, 160
Sr. OT Aden Krause, 6-3, 260
Sr. C/LB Damien Obrien, 5-11, 215
Sr. RB/LB Brayden Reis, 5-11, 195
Jr. TE/LB Aidyn Cannon, 6-0, 210
Jr. RB/LB Brandon Jones, 5-10, 180
Jr. RB/LB Chase Huber, 5-11, 185
Jr. RB/DB Chase Rapp, 5-11, 170
Jr. WR/DB Jackson Parker, 6-2, 160
Jr. OL/DE Kabine Toure, 6-1, 220

2021 Returning Player Stats:
Sr. #35 Ayden Martin: 5’11” 185 lbs — (Will be wearing #6 this year) RB/S
2021 2nd Team All-League
35 tackles, 1 for loss, 2 Ints.

So. #59 Mykel Ford: 6’0” 255lbs – OL/DL
39 tackles
2 sacks

Sr. #9 Jackson Schools: 6’1” 210 – PK
Special Teams:
2 of 2 on FG
62 of 64 PAT

2022 Offensive Outlook: “With the loss of many 2022 starters, we will have to make sure our kids are executing the options game with precision. The line must create a new LOS and the backs must hit the hole low and hard.”

2022 Defensive Outlook: “Defensively, we will need to fill a lot of graduating positions. We need to mix up our looks and execute assignment and gap responsibilities.”

2022 Special Teams Outlook: “Special teams are as important as the offense and defense we put out on the field. It is also a great opportunity for some of our younger players who excel in practice to get a chance on the field and show what they can do in a varsity situation.”

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