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2022 Team Preview: West Chester East Vikings (1)

Written by: on Tuesday, August 23rd, 2022. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

Head Coach: Scott Stephen

Assistant Coaches:
Sean Lamb- RB/Offensive Coordinator
Gary Phillips- OLB/ Defensive Coordinator
Dan Farrell- WR/ Special Teams Kick Coordinator
Bryan Scopelliti- MLB/ Special Teams Return Coordinator
Alex Fad- OL
Joe Janick- DL
Ed Hill- FS/SS
James Wiggins- CB
Nick Cionci- TE
Nate Bauer- OL/DL
Joe Clifford- LB/ Video Coordinator

Team Name: West Chester East Vikings

2021 Record: 2-8

Key Starters Lost:
John Ammon
Luke Borkowski
Ryan McIntire
Drew Steele
Matt McVeigh

Offensive Starters Returning: (6)
Sr. RB Mitch Ragni, 6’0 225
Sr. OT Stanley Porter, 6’7 275
Jr. WR Tyler Wileczek, 5’8 165
Jr. WR Dominic Trubiano, 6’6 185
Jr. TE Mason Grear, 6’1 240
Jr. OL Michael Murphy, 5’10 185

Defensive Starters Returning: (6)
Sr. MLB Mitch Ragni, 6’0 225
Sr. SS Brady Laird, 6’0 190
Jr. OLD/DE Mason Grear, 6’1 240
Jr. CB Tyler Wileczek, 5’8 165
Jr. LB Noah Morine, 5’10 190
Jr. LB Max Condit, 6’0 180

Special Team Starters Returning: (2)
Graham Neil- Long Snapper- 50/51 on total snaps in ’21.
Tyler Wileczek- Punt and Kick returner

Key Newcomers:
Sr. FB/LB Dom Berger, 5’9 200
Sr. OL/DE Mazen Elgedawy, 5’10 220
Sr. OL Shane Linzey, 5’9, 225
Sr. RB/SS Ryan Nelson, 5’8 170
Sr. TE/OLB Morgan O’Donnell, 6’3 200
Sr. CB Krish Patel, 5’7 145
Sr. QB/FS Michael Renzi, 5’9 175
Sr. CB Will Schelpf, 5’8 150
Sr. OLB Steven Vitale, 6’0 185
Jr. WR/CB Brendan Driscoll, 6’0 150
Jr. WR/SS Chris Gentile, 6’0 180
Jr. WR/CB Carlos Jara, 5’8 160
Jr. RB/OLB Coby Jaramillo, 6’0 175
Jr. DL Pablo Ortiz, 6’0 225
Jr. OL Daniel Rawlings, 5’9 300
Jr. OL/DL Jamir Webb, 6’6 325
So. QB/WR/DB KJ Cochran, 6’3 175
So. QB/DB Nate DeRosa, 5’10 160
So. WR Landon Goodwin, 6’0 165
So. RB/LB Fenton Kulp, 5’11 185
So. OL Jordan Plans, 5’9 250
Fr. OL Tyler Duell, 6’6 235
Fr. QB/DB Kyle Keefe, 6’0 150
Fr. WR/CB Chase Szollose, 5’8 145
Fr. OL/DL Justin Williams, 5’8 205
Fr. OL/DL Maddox Wagner, 5’9 195

2021 Returning Player Stats:
Sr. RB Mitch Ragni, 6’0 225
Rushing:
940 yards
156 carries
8 touchdowns
Defense:
31 solo tackles
58 total tackles
10 TFL
2 sacks
2 hurries
1 caused fumble

Jr. WR Tyler Wileczek, 5’8 165
Receiving:
32 catches
403 yards
5 touchdowns
Defense:
26 solo tackles
48 total tackles
5 PD
2 interceptions

Jr. WR Dominic Trubiano, 6’6 185
Receiving:
9 catches
48 yards
Defense:

Jr. TE Mason Grear, 6’1 240
Receiving:
6 catches
62 yards
Defense:
14 solo tackles
34 total tackles
2 TFL
2 hurries

Sr. SS Brady Laird, 6’0 190
Defense:
20 solo tackles
48 total tackles
2 TFL
2 PD
1 fumble recovery
1 interception

Jr. LB Noah Morine, 5’10 190
Defense:
17 solo tackles
59 total tackles
3 hurries
1 fumble recovery

Jr. LB Max Condit, 6’0 180
Defense:
15 solo tackles
43 total tackles
1 hurry

2022 Offensive Outlook: “We will be led by two tear starter and FBS/FCS recruit RB Mitch Ragni (career: 261 carries for 1,745 yards- 18Tds), WR Tyler Wileczek (32 catches- 405 yards- 5Tds) and FBS recruit OT Stanley Porter (converted TE). One of our strengths will be our ability to rotate a number of players out of the game keeping guys fresh. We will look to control the tempo of the game and play mistake-free football.”

2022 Defensive Outlook: “We return a number of players, who gained valuable experience last season. Mitch Ragni (57 total tackles) returns in the middle to lead the defense and is surrounded by a strong LB unit. Becker Altikriti (35 total tackles) returns at FS, where he will quarterback a unit that returns 3 of 4 starters from ’21. We will look to rotate 7-8 guys on the DL, led by Jr. Mason Grear. Stopping the run and getting off the field on third down are two of our focal points this year.”

2022 Special Teams Outlook:
Snapper Duties: Graham Neill
Kicking: Niklas Nowak and Max Condit
Punting: Max Condit
Returners: Tyler Wileczek, Carlos Jara, Landon Goodwin

Graham Neill is the only returning specialist from last year. We will look to be sound in all phases to help win games.

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