Shiloh lost their starting QB, 1-starting DL, and backup DB. They will return their two all-region running backs, who also each recorded around 100 tackles at LB. Shiloh's success will depend on how well their sophmore QB adapts to the speed of the high school game. He did well has a starting DB, PR, KR this year with over 50 tackles, 4 interceptions, punt return for a TD, and on a number of occasions was 1 tackler away from breaking more for TDs. He can throw the ball over 50 yards with touch and can rifle it into a tight window, if needed. (He is also the 2nd fastest player on the team behind Emmel. He needs to put some weight on 6'1", 145lbs.) Shiloh needs more depth and size at the O/D line. I guess we will just have to wait and see. I wouldn't be surprised if they aren't in the top 10 this year with a playoff win. In two years, I expect them to compete for a State title (IMO).