Posted On: 08/9/20 4:00 PM

Head Coach: Shane Fairfield

Division: 3

Conference: Ottawa-Kent Conference – Black

2019 Overall Record: 13-1

Returning Key Players:

Tyreese OakesTyreeseOakes5'11" | DBMuskegon | 2021StateMI | DB | 2021

Julius SimsJuliusSims6'2" | DBMuskegon | 2021StateMI | DB | 2021

Amari CrowleyAmariCrowley6'0" | WRMuskegon | 2021StateMI | QB/WR | 2021

Dametrius WalkerDametriusWalker6'5" | DLMuskegon | 2022StateMI | DL | 2022

Myles WaltonMylesWalton5'11" | DBMuskegon | 2022StateMI | DB | 2022

Dedrick Fondren II | RB | 2021

Jamarrius Dickerson | OL | 2022

Tayvid ElmoreTayvidElmore6'1" | OLMuskegon | 2021MI | OL | 2021

Duane AndersonDuaneAnderson6'2" | OLMuskegon | 2022StateMI | OL | 2022

Dominic Sugin | RB | 2022

Analysis: Muskegon fell to River Rouge in last year’s state finals, but they certainly have the talent coming back that can help them reach Ford Field once again. Senior Amari CrowleyAmariCrowley6'0" | WRMuskegon | 2021StateMI will be the man under center, but he is an outstanding athlete that can be used all over the field. Senior Dedrick Fondren II and junior Dominic Sugin form a solid backfield and players like Jamarrius Dickerson, Tayvid ElmoreTayvidElmore6'1" | OLMuskegon | 2021MI and Duane AndersonDuaneAnderson6'2" | OLMuskegon | 2022StateMI will pave the way up front. The Big Reds return one of the top safety tandems in the state in Tyreese OakesTyreeseOakes5'11" | DBMuskegon | 2021StateMI and Tyreese OakesTyreeseOakes5'11" | DBMuskegon | 2021StateMI | DB | 2021 Julius SimsJuliusSims6'2" | DBMuskegon | 2021StateMI | DB | 2021 Amari CrowleyAmariCrowley6'0" | WRMuskegon | 2021StateMI | QB/WR | 2021 Dametrius WalkerDametriusWalker6'5" | DLMuskegon | 2022StateMI | DL | 2022 Myles WaltonMylesWalton5'11" | DBMuskegon | 2022StateMI | DB | 2022 Dedrick Fondren II | RB | 2021 Jamarrius Dickerson | OL | 2022 Tayvid ElmoreTayvidElmore6'1" | OLMuskegon | 2021MI | OL | 2021 Duane AndersonDuaneAnderson6'2" | OLMuskegon | 2022StateMI | OL | 2022 Dominic Sugin | RB | 2022 Analysis: Muskegon fell to River Rouge in last year’s state finals, but they certainly have the talent coming back that can help them reach Ford Field once again. Senior Amari CrowleyAmariCrowley6'0" | WRMuskegon | 2021StateMI will be the man under center, but he is an outstanding athlete that can be used all over the field. Senior Dedrick Fondren II and junior Dominic Sugin form a solid backfield and players like Jamarrius Dickerson, Tayvid ElmoreTayvidElmore6'1" | OLMuskegon | 2021MI and Duane AndersonDuaneAnderson6'2" | OLMuskegon | 2022StateMI will pave the way up front. The Big Reds return one of the top safety tandems in the state in Tyreese OakesTyreeseOakes5'11" | DBMuskegon | 2021StateMI and Julius SimsJuliusSims6'2" | DBMuskegon | 2021StateMI, but cornerback Myles WaltonMylesWalton5'11" | DBMuskegon | 2022StateMI is another big name to watch in the back seven. The best defensive talent on Muskegon’s roster may be up front as junior Dametrius WalkerDametriusWalker6'5" | DLMuskegon | 2022StateMI has garnered plenty of Power 5 interest. Muskegon is a big-time program that returns a ton of talent on both sides of the ball, which should be enough to get them another shot at the state title.

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