Although Rafael Morales and his 1,478 yards and 18 touchdowns are gone, Tyreq Moorer returns as the other power running back after gaining 887 yards and nine TDs as a junior in 2016, when Brian Hoffman guided the Eagles to an 8-3 record, including their 8th playoff appearance in his 10 seasons as coach. Davion Daniels, also returns at quarterback after providing 500 rushing yards and six TDs. Daniels was also All-Trumbull County.
Coach Chet Allen advised anyone doing play-by-play with a pen or pencil that they’d better learn shorthand because the Leopards are going to run an up-tempo offense this season in hopes of exorcising the memory of the school’s 3-7 and 5-5 won-loss records from 2015 and 2016, respectively. For a fourth straight year, Liberty will rely heavily on Dra Rushton’s talents as quarterback and cornerback for the team that dropped a division for 2017.
Coach Randy Clark rattled off sizes of his offensive linemen with heights and weights such as 6-4, 285 and 6-5, 310, then proceeded to pronounce the stature of his running back son, Alex Clark, as 5-10, before quickly downsizing to 5-9, 190 pounds. Quite a discrepancy, but the tall-small ball combination is an ideal complement for success as proven by Clark’s 1,053 yards from his junior season.
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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