Updated Thu, Aug 18, 2011 7:40 pm
The Warren Warriors opened hot in 2010, winning their first three games of the season before falling off the tracks, losing 5 of the last 7. They went 1-5 in conference, and didn't fulfill the early season hype they had managed to build. They will return junior QB Dylan Leffingwell, who will look to improve on a solid sophomore year in which he threw 140 completions on 269 attempts, and 19 touchdowns.
However, Leffingwell's going to have to do without Grant Venham, his big time target at the WR, who graduated last year. The Warriors will also miss Venham in special teams, where he was nationally ranked, and is an Ohio University Bobcat commit. The Warriors have quite a bit of work to do in conference this season, but if they're able to get off to a hot early start but actually maintain it this time around, they could be poised to take control of a very uncertain SEOAL.