Simon Kenton 2017

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    I see this being a transition year but also know that the coaching staff will do a great job bringing that defense along. A lot of those younger guys got a lot of snaps last season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NKY Bandit View Post
    I see this being a transition year but also know that the coaching staff will do a great job bringing that defense along. A lot of those younger guys got a lot of snaps last season.
    The offense is loaded with Seniors. The defense should be overall faster to the ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKY Bandit View Post
    I see this being a transition year but also know that the coaching staff will do a great job bringing that defense along. A lot of those younger guys got a lot of snaps last season.
    Look back, the last 3 times SK has had a Sophomore loaded defense...............

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    Quote Originally Posted by plantmanky View Post
    Look back, the last 3 times SK has had a Sophomore loaded defense...............
    It is not Sophomore loaded. I believe one Sophomore starting at NT rest are all Juniors and Seniors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    It is not Sophomore loaded. I believe one Sophomore starting at NT rest are all Juniors and Seniors.
    It will be, just wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    SK will only return 3 starters on defense but I think they will have more team speed this year. Jr. DT JJ Courtney 5'9 230 pounds returning starter, Jr. DT Treyvon Nash 5'11 224 pounds and So. NT Vuk Sajlovic 6'1 227 will start on the dline. SK has alot of depth at LBer. Jr. Byson Pernell 6'0 190 pounds, Jr. Clay Clogswell 5'9 170 pounds will probably be the top 2 middle linebackers. Jr. Alec Kaiser 5'10 160 pounds and Sr. Justin Sabie 6'1 165 pounds should start on the oitside. Sr. SS Jaren Cooper 6'1 190 pounds will be all over the field on defense along with Sr. DB Brayden Trattles 5'10 155 pounds both are ball hawks.
    How much playing time did Bryson Pernell have last year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgrappler View Post
    How much playing time did Bryson Pernell have last year?
    Played in 13 games I know he was on the kickoff team. SK had 8 Senior linebackers playing time was limited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plantmanky View Post
    It will be, just wait.
    You realize there is right around 40 Juniors and almost 20 Seniors it will be tough for the Sophomores to get playing time this year.

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    2017 SK updated roster.

    2 Eli Lucas WR Sr. 5-9 172
    3 Sam Murray WR, SB Sr. 5-11 182
    4 Will Parks RB Sr. 5-10 170
    5 Quincy North RB So. 5-8 171
    6 Kiegan Nichols QB, WR, RB So. 6-2 166
    7 Matt Shearer QB Sr. 6-4 216
    8 Erik Brown QB So. 5-9
    9 Fisher Hayden WR Sr. 6-3 150
    10 Elijah Weaver MLB So. 5-9 191
    11 Brady Nipper CB Jr. 5-9 167
    12 Austin Hammack RB So. 5-10 168
    13 Mason Fries FS, SS Jr. 6-0 173
    14 Steven Amorese WR So. 5-10 166
    15 Noah Dynes QB, WR So.
    16 Clay Cogswell LB Jr. 5-11 180
    17 Brennan Gangwish QB, WR Jr. 5-11 155
    18 Caleb Farfsing QB Jr. 5-10 155
    19 Tyler Musick WR So. 5-10 152
    20 Justin Rott DB Sr. 5-9 143
    21 Calvin Rump WR Sr. 5-8 145
    22 Jaren Cooper SS, FS Sr. 6-1 181
    23 Isaac Bleier DB So. 5-9 148
    24 Justin Sabie LB Sr. 6-2 187
    25 Caleb Bush OLB So. 6-3 218
    26 Brian Scheidt DB So. 5-10 139
    27 Nathanael Schwartz SS, FS Jr. 6-0 155
    28 Brayden Trattles CB Sr. 5-11 164
    29 David LeCount CB Jr. 5-9 172
    30 Tyler Parks CB So. 5-10 158
    31 Alec Puckett WR Jr. 5-8 150
    32 Eligh Pretty FS Jr. 6-0 177
    33 Jon Sergent RB, WR Jr. 5-9 162
    34 John Ivey FS So. 5-11 126
    35 Cody Hamilton CB So. 5-10 145
    36 Gunner Fisher MLB, OLB Jr. 5-6 171
    37 Ethan Nuckols DB So. 5-9 140
    38 Luke Huesman OLB, MLB So. 5-9 158
    39 Trevor Willman MLB So. 5-7 153
    40 Kyle Sabie FS Jr. 5-9 163
    41 Joey Tinch CB So. 5-9 129
    42 Aric Hoffman MLB So. 5-9 179
    43 Jake Gadzala MLB So. 5-9 164
    44 Alec Kaiser OLB Jr. 5-11 169
    45 Zack Koenes OLB So. 6-1 163
    46 Bryson Pernell MLB, OLB Jr. 6-0 190
    47 Jonah Pabst DB Jr. 5-9 138
    48 Alex Fitzpatrick WR Jr. 5-10 168
    49 Logan Travis QB, WR So. 5-4 120
    50 Tanner Mueller OL Sr. 6-3 253
    51 Myka Bounds OL Jr. 6-2 210
    52 Spencer Rash MLB So. 5-7 170
    54 Cameron Butland MLB Jr. 5-9 168
    55 Noah Worline DT, NG So. 6-0 190
    56 Nick Krumpelman OLB Jr. 6-0 161
    57 Noah Turner G, T, C Sr. 6-2 285
    58 Caleb Crouch T, G, C So. 6-3 290
    61 Liam Tomlinson OL Jr. 6-4 198
    62 Lucas Kreidenweis OL So. 6-0 240
    63 Devin Lyvers G So. 6-0 252
    64 Sam Holt C, G Sr. 6-1 260
    65 Carter Fry OL Jr. 6-0 270
    66 Drew Drake C So. 5-10 242
    67 Evan Carnes DL Jr. 6-0 221
    68 Christopher Allender C, G Jr. 5-8 225
    72 Aidan Kite C, G Sr. 6-0 296
    73 Braden Harris OL Jr. 6-0 282
    74 Cory Cleveland T So. 6-0 211
    75 Treyvon Nash DT Jr. 6-0 240
    76 Jeffrey Duke G Jr. 5-11 260
    77 Randall Scrivner C, G, T So.
    78 JJ Courtney DT, NG Jr. 5-9 240
    79 Justin Johnting DT Jr. 5-11 218
    80 Mason Eubank WR Sr. 5-9 173
    81 Colin Bene WR Jr. 5-9 131
    82 Zane Fuqua WR Sr. 6-2 178
    83 Micah Applegate WR So. 5-10 137
    84 Brandon Smith WR Sr. 6-4 190
    85 Jake Teten WR So. 6-1 151
    86 Dylan Dolwick WR Sr. 6-2 173
    87 Justice Lowe WR So. 5-7 137
    88 Evan Mulberry WR So. 5-11 163
    89 LJ Tobergta DB Jr.
    90 Vuk Sajlovic DE, DT So. 6-1 227
    91 Corey Duke DT Jr. 5-11 202
    92 Devin Webster MLB Jr. 6-0 169
    93 Bryan Arias DT Jr. 5-8 167
    95 Luke Collins WR Jr. 5-11 148
    97 Christian Seger K, CB Jr. 6-0 160
    99 Jack Milton DT, NG So. 6-1 210

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    SK has nine linemen over 250 pounds. I would love to see them platoon the OL and the WRs like Highlands did a few years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    SK will only return 3 starters on defense but I think they will have more team speed this year. Jr. DT JJ Courtney 5'9 230 pounds returning starter, Jr. DT Treyvon Nash 5'11 224 pounds and So. NT Vuk Sajlovic 6'1 227 will start on the dline. SK has alot of depth at LBer. Jr. Byson Pernell 6'0 190 pounds, Jr. Clay Clogswell 5'9 170 pounds will probably be the top 2 middle linebackers. Jr. Alec Kaiser 5'10 160 pounds and Sr. Justin Sabie 6'1 165 pounds should start on the oitside. Sr. SS Jaren Cooper 6'1 190 pounds will be all over the field on defense along with Sr. DB Brayden Trattles 5'10 155 pounds both are ball hawks.
    I respect Jeff and his staff immensely, but that is scary. How many times did the 2016 team give up 40 or more? Too many times. Maybe the Birds and Pioneers go for a combined score of 200 this year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pioneer.Pride View Post
    I respect Jeff and his staff immensely, but that is scary. How many times did the 2016 team give up 40 or more? Too many times. Maybe the Birds and Pioneers go for a combined score of 200 this year!
    Gave up 40 points twice Lafayette and Highlands. Not making excuses but I know Kincaid played with a cast on his hand most the season.

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    No Colton Williams on the roster? He hurt for the yr?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reallydontbelievethehype View Post
    No Colton Williams on the roster? He hurt for the yr?
    He was out most of last year. No longer on the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    He was out most of last year. No longer on the team.
    Wasn't he a high d1 prospect? Does he still go to SK?

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