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2018 Team Preview – Northampton Konkrete Kids (11)

Written by: on Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Head Coach: Kyle Haas

Assistant Coaches: Shawn Daignault, Mike Feifel, Dan Kendra, Jack Daddona, Stip Fedorak, Chris Gordon, Rob Holmes, Steve Vassallo

Team Name: Northampton Konkrete Kids

2017 Record: 4-8

Key Starters Lost: TE/DE Zach Liggett, QB Josh Smith, RB/LB Nate Hickman, TE/DE Brandon Caffrey, RB/LB Hunter Wacik.

Offensive Starters Returning: Sr. OT Nate Bendekovits 6’3” 235, Sr. OG Hunter Werkheiser 6’2” 295, Sr. OT Matt Wiest 6’2” 250, Sr. OG Jared Everett 5’10” 245, Sr. RB Aiden Jones 6’1” 200, Jr. RB Tyrese Brandon 6’1” 175, Jr. Wr Jared Russell 5’10” 175, FB Ethan Deater 6’1” 200.

Defensive Starters Returning: Sr. DL Hunter Werkheiser 6’2” 295,Sr. DL Nate Bendekovits 6’3” 235,Sr. DL Justin Ferguson 5’9” 225, Sr. LB Ethan Deater 6’1 200, Jr. CB Tyrese Brandon 6’1” 175, Jr. CB Jared Russell 5’10” 175, Sr. S Aiden Jones 6’1” 200, Sr. LB Falcon Kunkle 6’0” 205, Jr OLB Nick Caiazzo 5’11” 180, St. OLB Jacob Czarnecki 5’11” 195

Special Team Starters Returning: Sr. Long Snapper Josh Rivera 5’11” 220

Key Newcomers: Sr. WR/S Kyle Wescoe 5’10” 160, Jr. RB/OLB Troy Kocher 5’10” 175, Jr. FB/LB Mason Gunkle 5’10” 185, Jr. OL/DL Blake Lambert 6’0” 245, Jr. WR/S Spencer Cole 5’10” 155, Jr. OL/OLB Aiden Kromer 5’10” 215, Jr. RB/S Josh Gaycheck 6’0” 175, So. RB/CB Michael Cruz 5’8” 160, Sr. OL/DL Logan Minnich 5’11” 210, Sr. OL/DL Josh Rivera 5’11” 220, Sr. FB/LB Damon Yarbrough 5’9” 195, Sr. QB Cam Eaton 6’2” 185. Jr. QB Ben Yost 6’3” 175, So. QB/C Joe Kerbacher 5’10” 165

Key Stats: None available

2018 Offensive Outlook: We have a great deal of experience coming back on the Offensive Line and skills. We have a three way competition for the QB position between Sr. Cam Eaton, Jr. Ben Yost, and So. Joe Kerbacher. Our success will be determined by how quick our kids pick up the new offensive system.
The keys to a successful year are taking care of the football, limit mental mistakes, and find what we do best.

2018 Defensive Outlook: We’ve moved some personnel around after evaluating how our kids will fit into the defensive scheme. We have depth on the Defensive Line and Secondary. Our success on Defensive is predicated on how quick our kids pick up the new defensive system.
The keys to a successful year are creating turnovers, limiting mental mistakes, and find what we do best.

2018 Special Teams Outlook: We have a two way battle for kicker between Jr. Brady Rimple and So. Aiden Reinhard. We want to emphasize special teams is just as importantly as offense and defense.we want to be sound in all phases of the game.

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