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2015 Team Preview – Parkland (11) – Big School Team # 3

Written by: on Monday, August 31st, 2015. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

Head Coach: Jim Morgansactionkarate

Assistant Coaches: Chris Kinane, Tim Moncman, Frank Lane, Paul Hagadus, Dan Lewis, Brett Comp, Bob Ruisch, Doug Joseph, Craig Waters, Mike Billera; Mike Facciano

Team Name: Parkland Trojans

2014 Record: 11-3

2015 Team Schedule

Key Starters lost: Preston Saylor RB/LB; Amir Wallace DL; Shane Fisher OL/DL; Ben Geinosky OL; Omar Haddad DL; Stephen Ewald LB; Jarey Elder WR/DB; Nick Zambelli WR/DB

Offensive Starters Returning: (5) 12 SR. QB Devante Cross, 6’2 190; 15 SR. WR Kenny Yeboah, 6’6 220; 74 JR.OT Patrick Ferry, 6’3 315; 79 SR. OT Noel Brouse 6’5 275; SR. 14 WR Nolan Ridgway, 6’1 175

Defensive Starters Returning: (5) DB 12 Sr. Devante Cross, DB  15 Sr. Kenny Yeboah, Sr. 79 Noel Brouse, Sr, 14 Nolan Ridgway, SR. 25 LB Erik DiGirolamo 5’9 185;

Special Team Starters Returning: Ridgway long snapper and punt returner and all of the guys above are on specials. Lost a ton including Jacob Bissell

Key Newcomers: SOPH. 1 Jahan Worth RB/LB 5’11 220;JR. 2 DJ Hohman RB/DL 5’10 190; SR. 6 Zach Post WR/DB 6’3 200; JR 7 Rick Panella WR/DB 5’8 165; 11 JR Zach Bross WR/DB 6’4 190; JR 21 Frank Guida RB/LB 5’9 185; SOPH 43 Nate Wieder RB/LB 5’10 190; JR 70 Billy Danko OL/DL 5’11 230; JR 53 Alex VanWoert OL/DL 5’10 210; SR 56 Stephen Feher OL/DL 6’4 260; SR 8 Marios Delis RB/LB 5’10 200

D1 (FBS & FCS) Prospects: Yeboah Signed with Temple; Brouse signed with Syracuse; Cross undecided but has many offers from D1

Key Stats: Cross owns every record now at Parkland as QB; Yeboah had 13 TD catches last year (School record in season). Will attach last years stats.

Twitter: @phsfootball15

2015 Outlook: Please let us know the keys about your team on offense, defense and special teams. What are your keys to having a successful year?

Offense: Tempo (fast as possible) has to be number 1; OL number 2

Defense: Tackling and running to ball playing assignment football

Special Team: Consistent play from all

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