Posted On: 01/1/21 6:10 PM

The TRAC is undeniably one of the best football conferences in the state of Ohio. Top players from Northwest Ohio tend to play in this conference due to football’s competitiveness being played and coaching. This assessment is based on what we saw in 2020, and what will come this fall for, hopefully, a full season of action. Each team has been put in one of three categories: contender, fringe, and rebuilding. Nonetheless, here it is!


Rebuilding Phase 


Clay Eagles: 

Clay has struggled in the TRAC since the conference’s inception back in 2011 with a .206 win percentage overall. The Eagles turned a page in a new chapter with great success last season, led by Ty Cobb and Jordan Pettaway. Despite the success, this team typically struggles with the upper echelon programs due to depth and skill. Clay may be still rebuilding but has the potential to become a contender in 2021, oddly enough.


St. John’s Jesuit Titans: 

Brady has left the building. The rebuild has begun for the St. John’s Jesuit football program as they try to find a way to move on from one of the most prolific passers in Ohio high school football

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