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2016 Team Preview – Line Mountain (4)

Written by: on Monday, August 8th, 2016. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

Head Coach: Brandon Carsonline_mountain_a

Assistant Coaches: Yaacov Yisrael, Mike Carson, Todd Wenrich, Adam Straub, Ryan Feger, Bryce Martz, Mike Marciniak, Nathan Shaffer, Damian Hojnacki

Team Name: Line Mountain Eagles

2015 Record: 3-7

2016 Schedule:

Key Starters lost: Kurt Mace, Jon Lenker, Brenden Renn

Offensive Starters Returning:  (9) Jr. WR Brenden Cregger, 6’0”, 175; So. WR Breven Derk, 5’9”, 150; Sr. QB Kenny Boyer, 5’9”, 165; Sr. FB Brent Osman, 6’0”, 210; Sr. WR D.J. Quinn, 5’11”, 165; Sr. C Ben Bidding, 5’11”, 210; Sr. OL Garrett Kieffer, 6’4”, 290; Sr. OL Bryce Hoffman, 6’2”, 250; Jr. OL Rogen Shaffer, 6’2”, 240

Defensive Starters Returning: (12) Jr. CB Brenden Cregger, 6’0”, 175; So. FS Breven Derk, 5’9”, 150; Sr. SS Kenny Boyer, 5’9”, 165; Sr. ILB Brent Osman, 6’0”, 210; Sr. FS D.J. Quinn, 5’11”, 165; Sr. DL Ben Bidding, 5’11”, 210; Sr. DL Garrett Kieffer, 6’4”, 290; Sr. DL Bryce Hoffman, 6’2”, 250; Jr. OLB Gage Bowers, 5’8”, 150; Sr. CB Cole Hauck, 5’9”, 150; Sr. DE Dawson Scott, 6’2”, 220; Jr. ILB Tyler Boyer, 6’0”, 180.

Special Team Starters Returning: None

Key Newcomers:  (6) Jr. NG Michael Lawrence, 5’9”, 220; Sr. TB/OLB Gary Laudenslager, 5’11”, 170; So. WR/ILB Adam Malafi, 5’9”, 160; So. OLB Jermez Herring, 6’0”, 185; Jr. DL Tait Bordner, 6’0”, 230; Fr. OL Dillon Bohner, 5’11”, 200

D1 (FBS & FCS) Prospects:  OL/DL Garrett Kieffer, 6’4”, 290

Key Stats:  4-year starter

2016 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: Keys on offense will be to develop some chemistry, consistency and an identity. Ball protection will be crucial. New staff and a new offense will take some time for players to acclimate to.

Defense: Defensively with a new system it will be important to understand schemes and responsibilities. The defense will definitely need to tackle well, pursue the ball and create turnovers.

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