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2016 Team Preview – Stroudsburg (11)

Written by: on Friday, July 29th, 2016. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Head Coach: Jim Millerstroudsburg_a

Assistant Coaches: Ken Sickler, Tony Rose, Dan Burns, Steve Hluschak, Derek Schaller, Brett Youngken, Ken Parrish, James Hazlett, Dennis Verga, John Pytko
Team Name: Stroudsburg Mountaineers

2015 Record: 8-3

2016 Schedule:

Key Starters lost: Marcello Riccardi, Jake Jakobsen, Kwabena Appiah, Travis Hines, Jake Jones, Jason Vitacco, Daniel Savoia, Kevin Hughes, Nate DeSouza, Jack Williamson, Korey Nace, Micaiah Vick, Jake Slomiak, Kyle Banashefski

Offensive Starters Return: (6)
Sr. WR Sean Stewart, 5-9, 174; Sr. RB Jamaal Brome, 5-7, 170; Sr. C Zach Miller, 5-11, 255; Sr. G Hunter Holmes, 5-11, 200; Jr. OT Jeremiah Gutierrez, 6-2, 255; Sr. TE Alonzo Riccardi, 5-11, 200

Defensive Starters Returning: (9)
Sr. DB Markeith Strickland, 6-0, 182; Sr. DB Spiro Korovesis, 5-9, 185; Sr. DB Sean Stewart, 5-9, 174; Jr. DB Nahzir Lango, 6-0, 170; Sr. LB Andrew Crotty, 5-11, 210; Jr. DT Warren Watson, 5-10, 250; Sr. DT Zach Miller, 5-11, 255; Jr. DT Nazahr Higgins, 6-2, 250; Sr. DE Alonzo Riccardi, 5-11, 200

Special Team Starters Returning: (3)
Sr. K Jaco Sattamini, 6-0, 175; Jr. K David Kutteroff, 6-0, 165; Sr. C Zach Miller, 5-11, 255

Key newcomers: (10)
Jr. DB/WR Chad Dorst, 5-10, 170; Sr. RB/DB Okay Osameka, 5-11, 190; Sr. QB Brett Yarnall, 5-9, 175; Jr. RB Kyeer Grant, 5-9, 165; Sr. OL/LB Tim Dobroski, 5-11, 220; Jr. OL/DL Nick Whitewood, 6-3, 220; Sr. OL/DL Talid Broxton, 6-4, 315; Jr. OL/DL Micah Hargrove, 6-0, 215; Jr. WR/DB Rashaun Jones, 6-1, 200; Sr. LB Gabriel Bellinger, 6-0, 205;

Key Stats: RB Jamaal Brome is going to be a senior who broke a game record for rushing in a single game. He rushed for 1646 yards on 200 carries. He averaged 8.23 yards per carry.

2016 Offensive outlook: (Please let us know the keys about your team on offense. What are your keys to having a successful year?)

The offensive keys for our success is to make sure the offensive line is able to gel together for a young team and for the receivers to learn the system.

2016 Defensive Outlook: (Please let us know the keys about your team on defense. What are your keys to having a successful year?)

The defensive keys for our success are to make sure we are able to be physical up front and control the line of scrimmage. Our linebackers need to be able to flow to the ball and secondary play their coverage’s.

2016 Special Teams Outlook: (Please let us know the keys about your team on special teams. What are your keys to having a successful year?)

We need to make sure we are able to use our special teams for giving us good field position during the game.

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