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2018 Team Previews: Bishop Guilfoyle Marauders @BGMarauderFball

Written by: on Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018


Head Coach: Justin Wheeler

Assistant Coaches:
Joe Thomas,
Pat Leamer,
Pat Irwin,
Gabe Walter,
Darren Elvey,
Dave Lightner,
Jordan Plunkett,
Bret Geishauser,
A J Anderson

Team Name: Bishop Guilfoyle Marauders

2017 Record: 12-1

Key Starters Lost:
Nick Leamer,
Mark Conrad,
Max Sankey,
Daniel Ramsey,
Josh Yasulitis,
Michael Berish,
Charles Patterson,
John Fanelli,
Luke Wills

Offensive Starters Returning:
AJ Abraham SR. C, 6’1″ 246,
Bryant Speck SR. OT 6’2″ 267,
Daniel Potopa SR. WR 6’1″ 178,

Defensive Starters Returning:
AJ Abraham SR. DE, 6’1″ 246,
Bryant Speck SR. DT 6’2″ 267,
Daniel Potopa SR. C 6’1″ 178,
Michael McCaull SR. See, 6’0 162, Long snapper

Special Team Starters Returning:
All American K/P Kolton McGhee SR. 6’0″ 185 pounds
Long snapper AJ Abraham SR., 6’1″ 246

Key Newcomers:
Keegan Myrick SO., DB/TB 5’11” 161,
Dominic Pulcinello SR. DB/WR 5’10 172,
Danny Carrieri SR. QB 5’11 172,
Ben McCloskey WR/FS 6’1″ 182,
Brennan Deleo SR. OG/DT 5’10” 236,
Luke Yanoshak SR. LB 5’11 201,
Andrew Yanoshak So. 6’3 210 DE/TE,
Caleb Crawford SR. LB 5”10 185,
Brady Bithell Jr. 6’5 305 OT/DT,

Key Stats: The Marauders lost the top 4 running backs and top two QBs through graduation and will need a lot of you players to step up in those positions.

2018 Offensive Outlook: With the loss of the top 4 running backs and top 2 QB’s The marauders will need to get a lot of production out of a group of inexperienced players. Our strength should be the size of our offensive line and our speed.

2018 Defensive Outlook: With a good balance of size upfront and speed in the defensive backfield the Marauders D could be the strength of the team. The LB’s will be inexperienced and we need to develop quickly.

2018 Special Teams Outlook: With a four year starter in all American Kolton McGhee who is already committed to West Virginia doing both of the kicking and punting the Marauders should once again have an incredible special-teams unit. Kolton has averaged over 45 yards per punt and puts every kickoff out of the end zone. Anytime the Marauders get inside the 40 they have potential to get points with this kicking leg.

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