Huron Chiefs 2021 Preview

Huron finished the 2020 season with a 7-2 record, which was their best season since the magical semi-final run of 2014 (11-2). The Chief’s boast a wealth of skill players, but must replace their top 2 QB’s and 4 offensive lineman.

Head Coach: Chad Smith 4th year (13-14)

Assistants: Jim Kalbfleisch, Pat Callahan, Jovan Johnson, Drew Callahan, Devin Collins, Chuck Donaldson

Returning letter winners: 22

Returning starters offense (6) and defense (7): Xander Carr – DE/TE, Rory Callahan – DE/TE, Evan Ryan – DT, Micah Smith – LB/RB, Josh Buettner – LB/C, Isaac Smith – QB/WR/S, Matthew Williams – DB/WR

#2 Issac Smith

Players to Watch: Aiden Witt OL/DL, Jesse Brown OL/DL, Brennan Caldwell LB/RB, Gavin Moczydlowsky QB/WR, Wyatt Marentette OL/DL, Caleb Henninger RB/S, Antonio Talley WR/DB, Jude Biggs OL/LB

#7 Matthew Williams

Coach’s Thoughts: The league is going to be a grind as usual.  We are still looking to fill some voids left by last year’s outstanding seniors but still think that we have the right pieces to compete each and every week.  We will definitely get a good idea of where we stand after playing two great programs to kick off league play. 

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FNV Outlook: On paper, the Chiefs have one of their most skilled teams ever. All-FNV receiver turned QB Issac Smith, WR/DB Antonio Talley and RB/S Caleb Henninger are all track speedsters, but WR/DB Matthew Williams may be faster than them all. Like most teams, the Chiefs fate will lie on the play of the offensive and defensive lines. We should know where the Chiefs stand after week 2 (Milan) and week 3 (Riverview).

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