OCA has been working under new head coach, Dale Jackson to shed the label of private-school pushover and produce a winning season.
Lake Weir takes off in 2017 under the direction of new head coach, Will Dettor. The Hurricanes are trying to overhaul the recent culture in Candler and take a step towards being a consistent winner.
West Port embarks on 2017 with an aim to advance from last year's 5-4 record. The Wolfpack want to play fast and aggressive, but will also need offensive reliability to get there.
For Gator fans, the past couple of days have been an emotional roller coaster, as Michigan sets their sights on an undermanned Gator offense for the season opener. One thing’s for sure, we won’t see any Antonio Callaway, but we should see more of Ocala's own Freddie Swain.
2017 will see a new brand of offense from West Port. They will now run their scheme through junior quarterback Brian Maurer, who threw for 1,609 yards and 12 touchdowns as a sophomore. However, their success won’t ride all on him, and head coach Matt Franklin says their style of play will be as their mascot would suggest. Off the leash, like a pack of wolves.