Neshannock is going to be one of the better Class AA teams in the WPIAL but how good they are will be determined by how quickly the offensive line comes together.
The Lancers were 9-2 last season but have graduated the bulk of their offensive line so that unit needs to be rebuilt around 6-foot-2, 255-pound junior guard Mason Davidson.
If the line is good, or even competitive, the Lancers offense could be a problem for opposing defenses because it features a great group of skill position players.
As it usually does, that starts with a talented quarterback, 6-foot-2 senior Frank Antuono, who has already committed to Robert Morris.
His favorite target is 6-foot-6 tight end, Tyler Sear, who has committed to Temple but was recently offered a scholarship by Pitt and is considering his options.
Sean Doran is the team’s top returning running back but Antuono returns two of his favorite targets in junior Seth Fehrs and junior Greg Fornataro.
The defense should be very good as most of the starters return from what was a pretty good unit last year but much like the offense, the line needs a little bit of rebuilding.