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2019 Team Previews: Stroudsburg Mountaineers (11)

Written by: on Friday, August 16th, 2019. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Head Coach: Jim Miller

Assistant Coaches: John Finelli, John Bozena, Ken Sickler, Tony Rose, Steve Ruhl, Brett Youngken, Jeff Miller, John Pytko

Team Name: Stroudsburg Mountaineers

2018 Record: 8-3

Twitter: @sburg_fb

Hudl Highlights:

Key Starters Lost: Devante Herrera, Tyler Slomiak, Benny Pembleton, Ben Stokes, Sherwin Stewart, Colin Smith, Roger VanVarick, Ryan VanVarick, Shami Khamis, Andrew Schneider, Colson Fitt, Joe Silverstein, Josh DeHaven, Anthony Cabrera, Musib Khan, Sam McGibbon, Tyler Yarnall, Jordan Wenzel, Trevor Lugo

Offensive Starters Returning: (6) Sr. WR Amir Bryant, 6-2; 180; Sr. G Carter Henritzy, 5-11, 225; Sr. H, Wayne Hamilton, 5-11, 180; Sr. WR Zane Grover, 5-11, 170; Sr. RB, Brandon Burrell, 5-8, 170; Jr. RB, Dimitri Rojas, 5-9 180;

Defensive Starters Returning: (5) Sr. LB, Wayne Hamilton, 5-11, 180; Sr. S, Zane Grover, 5-11, 170; Sr. CB, Eric Rodriguez, 5-8, 160; Sr. LB, Justin Carter, 5-11, 210; Sr. DT, Juwan Little, 5-10, 220

Special Team Starters Returning: (1) Sr. P/PK, Leo Sattamini, 6-0, 150

Key Newcomers: (18) Sr. RB, Derrick Davis, 5-9, 170; Sr. DT, Dwight Cawley, 6-0, 210; Sr. LB, Jonah Watson, 5-10, 210; Sr. OL, Craig Cooper, 6-1, 270; Sr. DT, Joe Arencibia, 5-9, 225; Jr. WR/CB, Jace Tutty, 5-11, 170; Jr. QB, Brady Boback, 6-2, 180; Jr. H/LB, Connor Smith, 5-9, 190; Jr. OL, Matt Trbuza, 5-8, 210; Jr. OL, Carmelo Silva, 6-2, 210; Jr. OL, Donte Martin, 6-1, 220; Jr. DL, Dominick Magalhaes, 5-7, 215; Jr. OL/DL, Sebastian Khamis, 5-9, 265; Jr. OL/DL, Dennis Cuveas, 6-2, 330; Jr. OL/DL, Jaiden Henry, 6-2, 285; Jr. DL, Justin Teats, 5-8, 185; Jr. WR/CB, Christian Albuja, 5-9, 175; Jr. K, Ben Sweeney, 5-6, 140

Key Stats: Returning running back last year Dimitri Rojas rushed for over 1,100 yards last year as a sophomore.

2019 Offensive Outlook: The offensive keys for our success are to utilize key guys on offense. We need to make sure our offensive line learns the system. We have many young guys playing on the line along with limited skill players returning in crucial spots. It will be a year for offensive development across the board.

2019 Defensive Outlook: The defensive keys for our success are to make sure we are able to be physical up front and control the line of scrimmage. Our linebackers need to be able to flow to the ball and secondary play their coverage’s. Again, young group of athletes, many players last year received reps on the field.

2019 Special Teams Outlook: Our kicker is a returner. We need to make sure we are able to use our special teams for giving us good field position during the game.

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