Monday, June 13, 2011
Bears is Ready to Explode
For most schools its hard to replace a QB in Desimon Green and a WR like Josh Page and its even harder to imagine that this offense could potentially be even better. This Bears team scored 746 points for an breathtaking average of 46.6 points a game.
The Bears up front will be led by a Senior that has played in 48 games in Center Carvan Thompson as well as OT Erik Walker. The OL is a seasoned bunch and understands what it takes to win championships.
QB duties will be given to SR. Capri Thompson(6'0 160). While this will be Thompson's first year as the starting QB, he has a plethora of game experience due to the blowout wins the previous couple of seasons. And he had some game experience in the past 2 championship games.
Capri Thompson will be handing the ball off the shifty but powerful runner in Karvonn "Mudpuppy" Coles. Last year it was a RB by committee while "Mudpuppy" got more touch's as the season and playoffs went along. Joining "Mudpuppy in the backfield will be 6'3 180 Devante Gardlock.
Ok the Bears lose 1st Team All State in Josh Page... well no problem. The Bears are fully loaded and ready to erupt at WR. The WR's are led by track champion 6'3 175 Trenton Coles. Joining Coles is- in my opinion the MVP of the State Championship Game- 6'1 160 Tyler Boyd and 6'1 150 Titus Howard. Then you add to that mix 5'11 180 TE in Devante Dockery.
This offense is simply deadly, all the way around. There are 3 legit D1 FBS level prospects on this offense in the Coles brothers and Tyler Boyd. And to be honest, the only thing I see slowing this offense down is the 10AM start time at Heinz Field.