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Talk about disrespect, trust me BW has way to much pride for that to happen, last year with HHS they played their tales offf the second half. Another eat crow prediction by our favorite poster.

 

Kind of like all the disrespect SK gets!

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With Chad Lawerence gone I see the SK offense starting off slow seeing as he was the offense last year (both throwing and running). SK will also need improved O-line play and establish a running game with their RB not just QB. I can see SK going 6-4 but just as easily going 4-6. Do not overlook Beechwood. They consistantly play bigger schools very well.

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Here is SK's 2011 roster a lot of jersey number changes.

 

 

Pos Yr Ht Wt

2 Derek Mills DE, TE Sr. 6-1 205

3 David Stephens TE, LB Sr. 6-7 221

4 Trey Pinkelton QB, LB Sr. 6-2 181

5 Evan Meenach WR, DB So. 5-9 131

6 Brenan Kuntz QB So. 6-1 163

7 Ray Webb WR, DB Sr. 6-0 178

8 Chase Wilson WR, DB So. 6-0 157

10 Drew Harris RB, DB Jr. 5-8 150

11 Jared Swanson WR, DB Jr. 5-7 164

12 Cody Gambrell WR, LB Jr. 6-0 157

13 Trevor Keene WR, DB So. 6-1 170

14 Alec Zaffiro WR, DB So. 5-8 146

15 Grant Wassom WR, DB So. 6-0 165

16 Austin Kelly QB, DB So. 5-10 154

17 Darrin Ford WR, DB Sr. 5-9 147

18 Lars McEntryre WR, DB So. 5-9 141

19 Dylan Harris WR, DB Jr. 5-10 140

20 Christian Webb RB, DB Jr. 5-6 139

21 Markie Williams WR, DB So. 5-8 134

22 Nate Powell RB, DB Jr. 5-5 165

25 Travis Bryson WR, DB So. 5-10 155

27 Jacob Huesman WR, DB Jr. 5-10 145

28 Alan Cehrs RB, DL So. 5-8 169

29 Alec Smith WR, DB Sr. 6-2 180

31 Mikey Krallman RB, LB So. 5-11 171

32 Jaggar Holbrook WR, LB Sr. 6-0 175

33 Austin Penick RB, LB So. 5-8 161

34 Jared Bowling TE, LB Jr. 6-0 202

35 Derek Hicks RB, LB So. 5-11 169

36 Bryan Fitzwater RB, LB Jr. 5-9 178

37 Derek Iles LB, RB Sr. 5-8 164

38 Corey Ginn TE, LB So. 5-11 196

39 Austin Roaden WR, DB Jr. 5-9 138

40 David Bergman LB Jr. 5-11 175

41 Colton Landrum RB, LB Jr. 5-9 172

43 Brad Franzen WR, DL Jr. 6-2 165

44 Sean Hamilton RB, LB Sr. 6-0 205

45 Seth Meyer WR, DB So. 6-1 160

46 Mike Butts RB, LB So. 5-6 154

47 Cody Johnson WR, DB Jr. 6-0 156

48 Tyler Smith K So. 5-10 160

49 Kyle Mann TE, LB So. 6-1 180

50 Jake Schneider DL, OL Sr. 5-10 208

51 Hunter Gregory OL, LB Jr. 5-9 186

52 Cameron Hansel OL, DL So. 6-2 247

52 Christopher Webb OL, DL Jr. 5-11 225

53 Tristan Palmer OL, DL So. 6-2 218

54 Matt King OL, DL So. 6-0 194

55 Ben Racke OL, DL Jr. 6-2 252

56 Andrew Albers DL Sr. 6-1 196

57 Dustin Keene OL, DL Sr. 5-10 221

58 Jacob Clark DL Sr. 5-10 160

59 Bobby Mosley OL So. 6-1 360

61 Ben Walling OL, DL So. 6-4 230

63 Nathan Ramsey OL, DL Sr. 6-0 248

64 Ben Hall OL, DL Sr. 6-5 301

65 Gunner Crouch TE, DL So. 6-2 176

66 Jacob Adkins OL, DL So. 6-0 196

67 Patrick Helmig OL, DL So. 6-1 186

70 Andy Spradlin OL, DL So. 5-9 270

71 Colin Patrick OL, DL Sr. 6-2 262

72 Brady Gowen OL, DL So. 6-1 195

73 Tyler Todd OL, DL Jr. 6-0 200

74 Nick Fredericks OL, DL Jr. 6-2 256

75 CJ Whittenberger OL, DL Sr. 6-4 282

76 Taylor Ratliff OL, DL Jr. 5-9 261

77 Johnny Dillion OL, DL Sr. 6-0 272

78 Kevin Carrico OL, DL Sr. 6-0 180

79 Zach Sweeney OL, DL So. 6-0 290

80 John Duke WR, DB Sr. 5-11 170

81 Ryan Duke TE, DB So. 6-0 182

82 Chad Rowe WR, DB So. 6-1 168

83 Alek Borne WR, DB So. 5-4 126

84 Luke Stone WR, DB Jr. 6-2 157

85 Tyler Wilke WR, DB Sr. 5-11 165

86 Troy Herndon WR, DB Sr. 6-0 155

87 Alec Usleaman WR, DB Jr. 5-8 148

88 Clay Dunaway WR, DB So. 5-10 131

90 Tate Huesman TE, LB Sr. 6-2 191

98 Austin Cagle K Sr. 5-10 215

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SK's O'line should have no problem making holes for their backs. This is who will probably start on the line.

 

77 Johnny Dillion OL, DL Sr. 6-0 272

74 Nick Fredericks OL, DL Jr. 6-2 256

71 Colin Patrick OL, DL Sr. 6-2 262

64 Ben Hall OL, DL Sr. 6-5 301

55 Ben Racke OL, DL Jr. 6-2 252

3 David Stephens TE, LB Sr. 6-7 221

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More to being a LB than just physical measurements.

 

Exactly . I believe speed and reasonable size are the keys to being a great LB'er. I know a couple LB'ers that were very good , and weren't that big. They were "all state " but did not play college football !

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SK's receivers looked pretty good. I think this team is going to be better than last year! The players below are who will be catching the passes this year!

 

 

85 Tyler Wilke WR, DB Sr. 5-11 165

8 Chase Wilson WR, DB So. 6-0 157

11 Jared Swanson WR, DB Jr. 5-7 164

17 Darrin Ford WR, DB Sr. 5-9 147

2 Derek Mills DE, TE Sr. 6-1 205

3 David Stephens TE, LB Sr. 6-7 221

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SK's receivers looked pretty good. I think this team is going to be better than last year! The players below are who will be catching the passes this year!

 

 

85 Tyler Wilke WR, DB Sr. 5-11 165

8 Chase Wilson WR, DB So. 6-0 157

11 Jared Swanson WR, DB Jr. 5-7 164

17 Darrin Ford WR, DB Sr. 5-9 147

2 Derek Mills DE, TE Sr. 6-1 205

3 David Stephens TE, LB Sr. 6-7 221

 

I watched SK in a couple of 7v7's. Were these guy's there?

 

You talked from the minute you sat down so "no way" you watched a total of 10 minutes that day :)

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