Tampa, Florida -- For the second straight year, it will be the Ray Ray McCloud show at Sickles High. The Clemson commit and All-Hillsborough running back will run into the season just 1,745 yards shy of the county record.
The Gryphons' 2013 season ended in a tough loss to Seminole-Osceola in the regional final.
Sickles football will be looking to Ray Ray McCloud for leadership again.
Sickles head coach Brian Turner, believes that feeling is what will fuel a successful 2014.
Turner will turn to Isaac Holder to run his offense at quarterback. Holder appears to have a cannon of an arm and should be able take the defensive focus off of McCloud running the ball.
Linebacker Jake Hampton will anchor the Gryphons defense. Hampton is coming off a season where led the team with 120 tackles, and sacked the quarterback six times. Sickles is set to kick off Turner's fifth season at the helm, hosting Robinson on August 29.