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2017 Team Preview – Morrisville Bulldogs (1)

Written by: on Friday, August 18th, 2017. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Head Coach: Derrick Savage

Assistant Coaches:

Joe Domzalski
Matt Blisko
Donald Osbourne
Mark Sprague
John Tabeek
Michael Nixon
Braedon Alward
Joseph Jacobs

Team Name: Morrisville Bulldogs

2016 Record: 2-9

2017 Schedule:

Key Starters Lost:

Braedon Alward
Zymir Williams
Domierre White
Nick Kremer
Joe Jacobs

Offensive Starters Returning: (6)

Jr. QB Felix Feliciano, 5-10, 195
Sr. RB Isaiah McDavison, 5-8, 140
Sr. FB Amir Pack, 6-0, 210
Sr. G Breon Hines, 6-1, 180
Sr. T Luis Colon, 5-11, 275
So. G Brain Strother, 5-10, 195

Defensive Starters Returning: (7)

Sr. DB Isiah McDavison, 5-8, 140
Jr. DB Maleek Crooks, 6-0, 140
So. DB Colin Sprague, 5-10, 155
Jr. LB James Williams, 5-9, 155
Sr. LB Amir Pack, 6-0, 210
So. DE Brian Strother, 5-10, 195
Sr. DE Breon Hines, 6-1, 180

Special Team Starters Returning: (2)

Jr. K/P, Felix Feliciano, 5-10, 195
Jr. Ret. Maleek Crooks, 6-0, 140

Key Newcomers: (3)

Jr. WR/DB, Martin Williams, 6-0, 150
So. WR/DB Isaiah Rivera, 5-9, 140
So. C/LB Adam Schenk, 5-11, 215

2017 Offensive Outlook: On offense we hope to be more balanced than we have in years past. We have either been able to run the ball or throw the ball but never both in the same game. Hopefully we can find that balance and limit penalties and take care of the ball. We also need to finish drives. We moved the ball well but did not score nearly enough points last year.

2017 Defensive Outlook: Our defense was solid a year ago and kept us in just about every game we played. We lost a lot to graduation but have guys ready to step up and fill in. We need to tackle soundly and eliminate big plays, while hopefully creating more turnovers.

2017 Special Teams Outlook: Our special teams was adequate but should be better in the 2017 season. We have a good returner and should be able to control field position through our special teams.


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