The Dutchtown Griffins are loaded on defense, but might be reinventing themselves on offense. Head coach Guy Mistretta is having to replace his senior running back from a year ago Dylan Sampson who signed on to play with the Tennessee Volunteers.
Due to Sampson being so critical to their offense a year ago, Mistretta and his offensive coaches are looking to change the offense along with a new running back. Last years starting quarterback Pierson Parent is back competing for that role, but if he loses out to challenger junior Ethan Aucoin Parent will then step into a running back role or even out at wide out.
Defensively the Griffins will be young up front in the trenches but with eight starters returning from a year ago Mistretta feels good about their experience and room for growth.