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Cleveland Storm 2020 Preview

Head Coach: Heath Ridenour

Mascot: Storm

Twitter: @CHSStormFB, @Coach_Ridenour

Enrollment: 2,450

2019 Record: 11-2

Star Players: QB Jeff DavisonJeffDavison5'11" | QBCleveland | 2021StateNM, RB/DB Trey OrtegaTreyOrtega5'11" | DBCleveland | 2021StateNM, WR/TE Tre WatsonTreWatson6'5" | WRCleveland | 2021StateNM, WR/CB Luke WysongLukeWysong5'10" | WRCleveland | 2021StateNM; WR Trevon DennardTrevonDennard6'3" | WRCleveland | 2021StateNM, RB Tyler JensenTylerJensen6'2" | RBLa Cueva | 2021StateNM, DB David Murphy.

Breakout Star: DT Phattboy Loveless.

Overview: What does the reigning Class 6A state champions do for an encore? Get better. First, nearly every major contributor on offense returns in the spring, and to that array of weapons the Storm adds La Cueva transfer Tyler Jenson, who has overcome cancer and a severe leg injury the past two years. QB Jeff DavisonJeffDavison5'11" | QBCleveland | 2021StateNM, going into his third season as the Storm starter, hopes to stay healthy after missing five games last year with a shoulder injury. He returned in time for the playoffs and helped lead Cleveland to the title. He certainly has plenty of guys to throw to down the field. Two have already committed to FBS schools – Tre WatsonTreWatson6'5" | WRCleveland | 2021StateNM (Fresno State) and the speedy Luke WysongLukeWysong5'10" | WRCleveland | 2021StateNM (New Mexico). Watson missed seven games in 2019 with a broken arm. He’ll line

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