Players to watch in the SCAC East
Stepped into the spotlight last season, rushing for 1,007 yards as the Eagles soared to the state title game.
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A dominating force on both sides of the ball, he's undoubtedly the top two-way lineman in the conference.
Played a key role in the Knights' title run last season; he's ready to put up some big numbers.
The top holdover from last year's surprising team is ready to explode this fall.
He gives the Eagles a player who can block like a lineman with hands like a wide receiver.
TE/LB, River View
Panthers coach Brett Jay said this sophomore could be the most talented player on the team.
Teams with Jace Christensen to give Knights the most formidable defensive lines in the state.
The latest in a line of standout QBs will be at the top of the passing efficiency charts.
This bruising runner and fierce linebacker is the East's only returning first-teamer.
Has the size and strength to play on the line and the quickness to play linebacker.
RB/S, River View
A lightning-quick runner who will help offset the loss of Levi Davis.
The Coyotes' jack-of-all trades is a four-year starter.