Posted On: 07/10/18 7:36 AM

In 2017, the Jordan Hubmen football program had one of their most successful seasons in the history of the program. After a 5-3 regular season, they advanced all the way to the Class AAA title game. The Hubmen's success did not end with the football team. The track team advanced to true team state and placed fourth. In the middle of both state tournament runs was Hubmen junior Marlon Wiley. Partly because of his success in both arenas, his teams not only succeeded, but college programs across the nation have also taken notice.
"We built off our previous season," Wiley said. "We lost in the section championship last year. We had a new head coach, and we built off that. We came into the season with a whole different mindset. It was a family atmosphere, and I think that led to our success."
The Hubmen run a spread offense.
"We passed the ball well," Wiley said. "The chemistry between our quarterback (Jonathan Draheim) and the receivers – we worked on it religiously during practice and after practice, running routes and getting our timing."
"Defensively we had the mindset that

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