Dewey Bulldoggers Team Breakdown – Pigskin Preview 2018 – Presented by American Heritage Bank



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Last 5 Years:

2017 – 4-6

2016 – 6-5

2015 – 2-8

2014 – 2-8

2013 – 5-6


Operating out of the Spread this season the Dewey offense shows promise to be very explosive. Chase Revard (6-0, 175, Sr.) will get the nod at quarterback after spending last season in a backup role. Revard is a good game manager according to Dewey head coach Tyler Caid, a quality that should help him in distributing the ball to Dewey’s wealth of playmakers.

At running back Cole Brown (6-0, 225, Sr.) will likely be the bell cow of Dewey’s backfield after splitting time at running back and receiver last season but still managing to rush for 500 yards and seven touchdowns. Zane Lorenz (5-10, 170, Jr.) will likely also get plenty of carries at running back this season after sitting out last season due to transfer rules.

At wide receiver Kale Carner (5-11, 170, Jr.) will likely line up in the slot quite a bit this season after splitting time at receiver and running back last season.

On the offensive line Todd Flood (6-1, 260, Jr.) will line at right tackle this year after starting in every game as a sophomore at guard and recording eight total pancake blocks. Daymon Seals (6-1, 280, Sr.) is a versatile people mover who can play any spot on the offensive line but will line up at right guard this year after starting every game last year either at center or guard.

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On defense look for Brown to lead the way from his linebacker spot after recording 48 tackles and six tackles for loss as a junior. With Brown at inside linebacker, Lorenz figures to be Dewey’s go to man at outside linebacker this season.

In the secondary Dewey will turn to Revard and Carner to lead the way. Revard started every game last year at outside linebacker and made 43 tackles and broke up six passes but will move to free safety this season. Meanwhile Carner who split time at corner last season and had 18 tackles and four pass break ups will slide to strong safety.

On the defensive front Jacob Duclos (6-5, 290, Sr.) and Chaz Ostermeier (5-10, 240, Jr.) will be the big run stoppers in the middle at defensive tackle. Ostermeier started every game on the defensive line last season and made 23 tackles along with recording five tackles for loss. Duclos meanwhile didn’t play last season but coach Caid described him as a big body that can really move in space.


8-24 – at Adair

8-31 – vs. Nowata

9-14 – vs. Vinita

9-21 – at Victory Christian

9-28 – at Haskell

10-5 – vs. Beggs

10-12 – vs. Kiefer

10-18 – at Caney Valley

10-26 – at Sperry

11-2 – vs. Morris