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2013 PROJECTED FINISH

1. Niceville
2. Crestview
3. Tate

HOW THEY FINISHED IN 2012

Crestview, 4-6
Niceville, 6-4
Tate, 1-8

SCHOOL POPULATION (2012-2013)

Crestview – 1900
Niceville – 1911
Tate – 1987

OFFENSIVE MVP

WR Tyre McCants – Niceville

DEFENSIVE MVP

DE Denzel Ware – Crestview

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DISTRICT OUTLOOK

Who’s In:

1. Niceville – There is never usually a lack of talent for head coach John Hick’s squad and this year looks to be bright for the Eagle’s when it comes to talent. A few of the biggest names to keep an eye on include wide receiver Tyre McCants, who has been drawing in quite a few offers plus running back Shi’Kim Coward and athlete Tayjon Culley are drawing in attention as well. Look for this Niceville team to be back on top of its district after being a district runner-up last season.

Fighting It Out:

crestviewhelmet2. Crestview – The Bulldogs have a new leader in town and they are going to have to make some adjustments to Tim Hatten’s style of play calling and schemes he likes to run.  While offensive depth is going to be a key concern this year, the defense will have defensive Denzel Ware, who transferred to Opp in Alabama to only transfer back during the offseason, plus cornerback Jaylen Robinson to help keep opposing offenses in check and keep the Bulldogs offense on the field longer.

3. Tate – Tate is now under its third head coach in three years and Ronnie Douglas hopes to correct the ship and rebuild the Aggies back into the glory days of being a dominant team in the state. Douglas. Talent and depth will need to be built before considering competing for a playoff spot, but with the size of the district, a walk into the playoffs is possible if a win is achieved in district play

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