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By Steve Breazeale
With the football season about to begin, we catch up with three impact players to get their thoughts on last year, the offseason and what to expect out of the Tritons in 2015.
San Clemente Times: Last year’s offense put up big-time numbers. Will this year’s group be able to replicate that? Or will it be a different style?
Donté Harrington (offensive lineman): We put up a lot of points up on the board (last year). This year I think we’ll be pretty balanced too. We have those big dudes up front … we’ll pound the ball …we’re going to definitely establish the run and then open it up with the pass. (Opponents) aren’t going to know what’s going on.
SCT: This year’s team motto is “Respect the Process”. What does that mean to you?
Tanner Wright (defensive back/linebacker): Coming out here every day and being on the field doing your hardest for the people you play with. It’s also working in the weight room too and making sure you study the other team and know your responsibilities and execute them.
SCT: The defense will have a new look this year. What will be something for fans to key in on when you take the field?
Andrew Frohner (safety): We’re just high energy. (We have) a little more pop this year because we don’t have to build necessarily. None of us are 6-foot-3 or anything. But we’re going to fly around and we’re going to swarm every play. We’re going to gang-tackle (players).