North Gwinnett was a very talented team in a very tough region. They finished 7-4 on the year and lost to Harrison in the first round of the playoffs. North Gwinnett must replace some very talented players in Chris Green, David Hines, Roderick McCord, and Alan Crain, but the Bulldogs are still a relatively young team, and will have a lot of talent coming back.
The bulk of North Gwinnett's roster lies in its junior class. The Bulldogs have
41 players in the class of 2005. Coach Jim Hammontree's squad will not be
without and senior leadership though. Linebacker Jason Cook will spearhead the
defensive, and Daniel Nabors and Todd Reeves will help man the secondary.
On offense, the line will be anchored by returning starters Ade Omi and Titus
Wood. They helped lead a powerful rushing attack last year for the bulldogs, and
they will be counted on heavily with the loss of RB David Hines and FB Alan
With 41 juniors on the roster, the best days may be ahead for North Gwinnett,
but they should not be discounted this year, as Coach Hammontree always has his
kids well prepared.
Preview 2003: North Gwinnett
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