2020 Team Previews: Wissahickon Trojans (1)
Head Coach: Bruce Fleming
Assistant Coaches: Pete O’Connor, John Flanigan, Will Crawford, Bryan Haire, Jamil Farrar, Sr., Jamil Farrar, Jr., Brandon Gilliard, Sr., Vince Yasenchak, Mike Borkowski, Jim Wick, Varney Dassin
Team Name: Wissahickon Trojans
2019 Record: 2-8
Key Starters Lost: John (Jack) Dougherty, Raejon Benjamin (Cal U of PA), Zahmir Baldwin, Jalen Smalls
Offensive Starters Returning: (7) Sr. OT Kevin Pineda, 6-4 300, Sr. C Michael Fath, 6-3 300, Sr. OT Shayne Lynch, 6-3 300, Sr. OG Kareem Roberts, 5-10 275, So. RB Kyle Lehman, 5-9 175, Sr. WR Jackson Intrieri, 6-3 180, Sr. WR EJ Schreiner, 5-11 180
Defensive Starters Returning: (7) Sr. DE Kevin Pineda, 6-4 300, Sr. DT Michael Fath, 6-3 300, Sr. DT Shayne Lynch, 6-3 300, Sr. DT Kareem Roberts, 5-10 275, Sr. DE Shamir Wilson, 5-11 205, Sr. CB Brandon Gilliard, Jr., 5-11 170, Sr. FS EJ Schreiner, 5-11 180
Special Team Starters Returning: (5) So. K Nate DeVincent, 6-2 175, Sr. P Bobby Hassz, 6-3 185, Sr. LS Michael Fath, 6-3 300, Sr. KR Marice Johnson, Jr. 5-11 185, So. PR Kyle Lehman, 5-9 175
Key Newcomers: Sr. WR Tommy Quinn, 5-10 175, Jr. Athlete Jeremiah Clark, 5-11 185, Jr. DB Mustafa Thompson, 6-0 175
2020 Offensive Outlook: This year we are making slight tweaks to our offensive scheme that will showcase our playmakers more to allow us to be more explosive and control the clock more. With a big strong offensive line, we look to use our strength to lead our team. A lot of returning experienced varsity players look to push the offense to success.
2020 Defensive Outlook: This year we are making slight tweaks to our defense. The group will be aggressive and look to make plays all over the field. We look to replace a 3 year defensive leader in Raejon Benjamin. We have a experience in the secondary and along the defensive line.
2020 Special Teams Outlook: Returning both kickers who are coming back stronger and ready to lead the league. We have a dynamic kick returner that can always give us good field position to start the offense.
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