Okay cool. According to BJC data, there were something like 18 seniors last season and he considered them a youg team. And there should be about 14 seniors this coming season so if you think that is much younger then okay.
Let's get this right about Franklin. They have been a solid program since they beat City. Milford and Franklin will battle every year because 1st those are two very good coaching staffs and 2nd they get those skill player's that can change the game. A program success is determined by there ability to reload. Franklin has proven they can. Were they young this year the answer is yes 2 starting tackles that were 10th grades with great size 3 RB's that got lots of playing time were also 10th and 9th graders, two solid DE that were 10th graders one I believe made all county. Two key freshman obviously smothers is one top players in the state. And a solid Jr class not great but solid high school players. Rob A your kids were 10th graders as well. No doubt the Ellis brother, Jackson, Melvin and the center will be missed but that not impossible to replaced. Rob A you seem to be salty and off base.
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