Phillips was the focal point of the team’s offense last season with 1,689 yards rushing. Harris was a dual purpose threat with 566 yards on the ground and 608 yards passing. "Both of those kids got a lot of experience under their belts last year,” coach John Greenfield said. "Tyler’s gotten bigger and stronger this year, and he has a chance to have his best season yet.”
Watch out for KieferKiefer went 6-5 last year and made the playoffs. The Trojans have an excellent shot to better that performance with the return of all but two starters on offense. Quarterback Ostin Broadhead returns after establishing himself as one of the most explosive players in his class last year. Broadhead threw for 1,249 yards and rushed for 469 more.
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