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    Highlands 2018

    What does Highlands need to do to improve in 2018? What do they need to keep doing to be successful? Remember, please be constructive.
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    What is the offensive line going to look like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Diablo View Post
    What is the offensive line going to look like?
    Not much size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegefootballGuy69 View Post
    Not much size.
    Most likely
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    I’m excited to see a backfield of C. Schwalbach, Joe Buten, and Grady Kramer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Collar7 View Post
    I’m excited to see a backfield of C. Schwalbach, Joe Buten, and Grady Kramer.
    Absolutely! Also Anxious to see how Bowman and Ahfeld are used. Roberts and Ahfeld should be the top targets for Kramer. Bowman is a really strong and hard working kid who can make an impact wherever he is used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020BirdDad View Post
    Absolutely! Also Anxious to see how Bowman and Ahfeld are used. Roberts and Ahfeld should be the top targets for Kramer. Bowman is a really strong and hard working kid who can make an impact wherever he is used.
    During spring ball I heard Bowman was starting At guard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020BirdDad View Post
    Absolutely! Also Anxious to see how Bowman and Ahfeld are used. Roberts and Ahfeld should be the top targets for Kramer. Bowman is a really strong and hard working kid who can make an impact wherever he is used.
    Isn't King the most experienced WR returning this year?

    I would love it if Huddleston was a target as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Collar7 View Post
    During spring ball I heard Bowman was starting At guard.
    Got to love the guys that put the team before themselves and switch to guard for the better of the team. Give me a hardworking, gritty guard over a big fat guard any day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Diablo View Post
    Got to love the guys that put the team before themselves and switch to guard for the better of the team. Give me a hardworking, gritty guard over a big fat guard any day.
    For years hhs had a ton of success with guys like you’re describing... glad to see it’s happening again. Also 2020 might be thinking King as a TE rather than a WR. I only saw a couple games last year but he played a lot with his hand down from what I remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Collar7 View Post
    For years hhs had a ton of success with guys like you’re describing... glad to see it’s happening again. Also 2020 might be thinking King as a TE rather than a WR. I only saw a couple games last year but he played a lot with his hand down from what I remember.
    Yep, king is a great possession guy too. He along with ahfeld and Roberts are going to be a nice trio.

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    The O-Line will have nice size and speed. Not giant, but their technique should separate them from the rest of the pack in their division. Kramer should have a break-out year with his receiving cast of: Roberts, Ahfeld, King and Big Ben at T.E. and possibly some of the Sophomores. Running game could be suspect at the beginning of the season, but will mature, as the season progresses. The defense is the area that will require great focus from the coaching staff. They must get great push from the down linemen, and exceptional backfield interference from the ends. I think the LB's play will be OK. Not sure about the CB's & Safety play, as this has been a major weakness in year's past. Nonetheless, it's going to be fun to watch this group. There is a lot of talent to choose from ! Good luck Coaches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by godfather1 View Post
    The O-Line will have nice size and speed. Not giant, but their technique should separate them from the rest of the pack in their division. Kramer should have a break-out year with his receiving cast of: Roberts, Ahfeld, King and Big Ben at T.E. and possibly some of the Sophomores. Running game could be suspect at the beginning of the season, but will mature, as the season progresses. The defense is the area that will require great focus from the coaching staff. They must get great push from the down linemen, and exceptional backfield interference from the ends. I think the LB's play will be OK. Not sure about the CB's & Safety play, as this has been a major weakness in year's past. Nonetheless, it's going to be fun to watch this group. There is a lot of talent to choose from ! Good luck Coaches.
    How many returning starters?

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    Quote Originally Posted by colonel-fan View Post
    How many returning starters?
    One

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