By: Keith Noonan
Langhorne, PA—- The Redskins are hoping to overcome a completely new defensive look this year, behind the more experienced offense led by the right arm of quarterback Brody McAndrew. Last year, the Redskins turned in a 8-4 record and won a shared part of their conference. Neshaminy, however, fell short in their state title hopes last season, but with a veteran quarterback, and a star running back, Chris James, this team is hoping for a different outcome.
With week one quickly approaching, and training camp in its early stages, we caught up with Head Coach Steve Wilmot, who is entering his 5th season at the helm.
The senior quarterback comes into his senior year with an impressive resume. In his career he has thrown for over 3,000 yards and 33 touchdowns. Coach Wilmot now has a younger roster and wants his star player to take on a bigger leadership role this year, which McAndrew gladly embraces.
The defensive unit is very young for this Neshaminy team. The team lacks starters from previous years, so they will rely on the few who have had experience. Dawson Obringer, a senior safety, is ready to lead a younger defense after he has been getting more reps each season with the Skins.
The Neshaminy Redskins kick off their season in just a few weeks, with the first game on Friday, August 23rd on WBCBsports.com, and Facebook at facebook.com/wbcbsports. Check out their entire schedule below.
Returning Offensive Starters
Brody McAndrew, Chris James, Kenny Monaco, Zack Magdelinskas, and Nik Soska
Returning Defensive Starters
Most impactful Starters
Player to look out for
Player who will surprise people this year