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And I get accused of selling the sizzle?????????????????????

Yes replacing Berger, Monangai and Ramos is going to be very hard. However, with 4 out of 5 offensive linemen back and Robbins at QB. The offensive has a chance to be very efficient. 

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14 hours ago, Hardcore Troubador said:

They broke this on yappi a week or so ago.  Hoban is really good from what I’ve read.  Bosco gonna have their work cut out for them.  Thoughts @Coletrain06  @OdbCle @93CardinalsFan

Hoban loses three D1 studs in RB/SS DeaMonte Trayanum (Arizona St.), TE Caden Clark (Alabama), and LB Devin Hightower (Michigan St.), but they bring back a good group as well.  Dual-threat QB Shane Hamm will be coming back as a rare four-year starter behind a more seasoned offensive line that consisted of mostly sophomores and juniors this past season. They also bring back one of his top receiving targets in 3-star WR Brayden Fox.  RB Victor Dawson returns after rushing for over 1,000 yards in place of the injured Trayanum. On defense, their best position group will once again be the linebacker corp.  They have three D1 recruits there in Damon Ollison, Jake Bauer, and Chances Carter-Hill. DE Darryl Peterson also holds several power 5 offers. Hoban and LaSalle are the clear front-runners in D2 once again IMO, along with Massillon. 

As for this game, the fact that it's in Akron should help Hoban to some degree. Don't know that they've ever made the east-coast trip before. You guys will have to tell me what kind of team Bosco expects to have next year, but in my experience, they are always a talented and well-coached group. Should be a great game. 

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44 minutes ago, OdbCle said:

Hoban loses three D1 studs in RB/SS DeaMonte Trayanum (Arizona St.), TE Caden Clark (Alabama), and LB Devin Hightower (Michigan St.), but they bring back a good group as well.  Dual-threat QB Shane Hamm will be coming back as a rare four-year starter behind a more seasoned offensive line that consisted of mostly sophomores and juniors this past season. They also bring back one of his top receiving targets in 3-star WR Brayden Fox.  RB Victor Dawson returns after rushing for over 1,000 yards in place of the injured Trayanum. On defense, their best position group will once again be the linebacker corp.  They have three D1 recruits there in Damon Ollison, Jake Bauer, and Chances Carter-Hill. DE Darryl Peterson also holds several power 5 offers. Hoban and LaSalle are the clear front-runners in D2 once again IMO, along with Massillon. 

As for this game, the fact that it's in Akron should help Hoban to some degree. Don't know that they've ever made the east-coast trip before. You guys will have to tell me what kind of team Bosco expects to have next year, but in my experience, they are always a talented and well-coached group. Should be a great game. 

DBP Loses not 1 but 2 Top 25 RBs in the country 

 

 

bosco will be very questionable at Running the ball

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39 minutes ago, GardenStateBaller said:

DBP graduates a huge senior class comprised of many key starters.

Yes replacing Berger, Monangai and Ramos is going to be very hard. However, with 4 out of 5 offensive linemen back and Robbins at QB. The offensive has a chance to be very efficient. 

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16 minutes ago, imaGoodBoyNow said:

Damn dude Becton, ain’t no one watching this including their parents, I’d rather watch Wood-Ridge vs RidgeWood

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It's the HOF that's historic

Nobody cares about this game tho

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Bergen Catholic has contracted to play at defending North Carolina 3AA champion Charlotte Catholic.  CC also plays at Archbishop Rummel and hosts Blessed Trinity from Georgia.

Blessed Trinity is the last team to beat Trevor Lawrence.  Happened in the playoffs his senior season.

CC lost to Rummel 7-3 and Good Counsel 7-0 last season. 

EDITED:  Corrected name of Blessed Trinity.  Had Holy Trinity which is a Charlotte Catholic feeder.  

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4 hours ago, btango said:

Bergen Catholic has contracted to play at defending North Carolina 3AA champion Charlotte Catholic.  CC also plays at Archbishop Rummel and hosts Holy Trinity from Georgia.

Holy Trinity is the last team to beat Trevor Lawrence.  Happened in the playoffs his senior season.

CC lost to Rummel 7-3 and Good Counsel 7-0 last season. 

It’s Blessed Trinity GA. 

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