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2017 Team Preview – Pottstown Trojans (1)

Written by: on Thursday, July 20th, 2017. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Head Coach: Mark Fischer

Assistant Coaches:

Hank Coyne
Scott Smiley
Jerry Gleeson
Andrew Lowe
Craig Ollivier
Reggie Slaton

Team Name: Pottstown Trojans

2016 Record: 2-8

2017 Schedule:

Key Starters Lost: Ernest McCalvin, Isaiah Mayes, Hunter Williams, Jaylen Chestnut, Ja’Vonte Tinson.

Offensive Starters Returning: Sr. Wr Aaron Diamond,6’2 180, Sr Wr, Jamal Adams, 5’9 140, Sr QB Owen Morton, 6’2 195, Sr RB Anthony Wiggins Jr, 5’5 150, Sr OL Tom Doyle, 6’2 285, Sr OL Aubrey King, 5’10 210, Sr OL Jimmy Calvario, 5’10 205. JR OL Destyn Snyder, 5’7 195.

Defensive Starters Returning: Sr. FS Aaron Diamond,6’2 180, Sr CB, Jamal Adams, 5’9 140, Sr DL Tom Doyle, 6’2 285, Sr LB Nate Parsons 5’6 155, Sr OLB Anthony Wiggins Jr, 5’5 150, Jr LB Dominique Durant, 5’9 170, Sr LB Owen Morton, 6’2 195.

Special Team Starters Returning: Jr KR Quincy Baker, 5’7 150, Jr KR Adrian Sibley Jr, 5’8 140, Sr P Aaron Diamond, 6’2 180.

Key Newcomers: Soph OLB John Oister, 5’10 150, JR, FS Nehemiah Figeroa, 5’10 150, Soph DL Daiwik Phillips, 6’4 310, Soph LB Dave Hicks, 5’11 175, Soph TE Jorge Mundo, 6’0 160, Soph OL Cole Miller 6’2 210,
Jr TE Giovany Arroyo, 6’1 180, Soph DB/QB Josiah Wiggins, 5’6 155, Soph CB/RB Daniel Darden, 5’8 130, Soph CB/RB Dereck Darden, 5’7 140, Jr RB, Adrian Sibley Jr, 5’8 140, Jr RB/CB Quincy Baker, 5’7 150.

Key Stats: 2016-5th in the PAC in Team Defense

2017 Offensive Outlook: The offensive unit needs to establish a run game. Our offensive line needs to control the line of scrimmage. Improving weekly on our core plays is a priority. We need to play disciplined and unselfish football.

2017 Defensive Outlook: The defense needs to be fundamentally sound and fly to the football. They need to make big plays by using their speed. They need to be sound tacklers that play physically each play.

2017 Special Teams Outlook: Special teams need to be a game changer for us. They need to pin teams deep in their own end, set our offense up with good field position and play aggressively. Special teams needs to be a spark for us.


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