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2018 Team Previews – Milton Hershey Spartans (3)

Written by: on Thursday, August 16th, 2018. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Head Coach: Jeff Boger

Assistant Coaches:

Tyler Baker
Trent Baker
Dan Koval
Zach Stuart
Chris Monighan
Zack Stroh
Rich Gagliano
Derek Jackson
Jason Moffitt

Team Name: Milton Hershey Spartans

2017 Record: 5-5

2018 Schedule:

Key Starters Lost:

Xavier Oliver
Zion Parris
Carrington Smith
Jelani Licorish
Dylan Byrd

Offensive Starters Returning: (7)

Sr. OT Stanford Maison 6-5, 325
Sr. OG Daquan Burney 6-0, 200
Jr. OG Isaiah Morales 5-11, 272
Sr. RB Naeem Cross 6-0,225
Sr. RB Chiago Anyanwu 5-10,200
Sr. SE Jaidyn Parris 6-2, 200
Jr. SE Josh Parra 6-3, 205

Defensive Starters Returning: (8)

Sr. DE Levi Wheagar 6-0,210
Sr. DT Josiah Gibbs 5-10, 230
Jr. DE Clemente Ojinnaka 6-2,195
Sr. ILB Naeem Cross 6-0,225
Sr. ILB Hunter Hanley 6-1,205
Soph OLB Kamiron Webster 5-11, 185
Jr. S Avohn Cross 6-4, 205
Sr. DB Chris Farnsworth 5-10, 175

Special Team Starters Returning: (2)

Sr. K Andy Herrington 5-10, 170
Jr. P Josh Parra 6-3, 205

Key Newcomers: (16)

Jr. C Jose Mendez-Montero 5-10, 195
Sr. OL Harrison Bonanny 6-3, 225
Jr. OL Emmanual Nkansah 6-2,230
Jr. OL Khalib Davis 6-0, 205
Soph C Edward VanArsdale 5-10,235
Jr. QB Tigere Mavasere 5-10, 180
Jr. QB Courage Moore 5-10, 185
Soph. DB Horan Thomas 5-7, 155
Sr. DL Diedone Gomes 5-10, 190
Sr. S Tyler Gibson 5-9, 180
Jr. DB TJ Hull 5-9,170
Sr. RB/ILB Darrius Briggs 5-10,190
Jr. OL/ILB Jacob McMillian 6-1,185
Soph. OL/DL Prince Sokpo 6-0,210
Sr. SE/S Marquan Kegler 5-10, 170
Jr. RB/DB Jermaine Quarles 5-9,175

D1(FBS and FCS) Prospects:

Naeem Cross
Stanford Maison
Chiago Anyanwu
Jaidyn Parris

2018 Offensive Outlook: Our offensive line needs to control the line of scrimmage. We need to get consistent play from our QB. We need to play unselfish.

2018 Defensive Outlook: Defense need to play aggressive and dictate the line of scrimmage. With 8 starters returning it will be the strong part of the team. Swarm to the ball and create turnovers.

2018 Special Teams Outlook: Our special teams need to be consistent. Give us great field position on returns and create turnovers and bad field positions on kick offs and Punts. With both kickers back we have the experience to do well in those areas.

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