Myrtle Beach Seahawks 2012 Preview

2012 Myrtle Beach Seahawks

2011 Record: 11-2

Offense: 36.3 ppg (2nd

in Zone Nation)

Defense: 12.3 ppg (3rd in Zone Nation)

Returning Starters - Offense: 4 Defense: 6

Hags Thoughts

The Seahawks air show is back in business for the 2012 season. Tyler Keane took over the QB position full time. C.J. Cooper moved to wide receiver to bolster the best collection of pass catchers in the area. Keep an eye on Malik Waring and Trell Harrell. Chocolate Wilson will give the Hawks ground game a boost along with his huge impact on defense. Big concern for Myrtle Beach will be defensive line. But with Wilson, Sean Michael Orcutt and OT Thomas bringing support at linebacker, the Seahawks should be a powerhouse once again.

Rich's Thoughts

I was skeptical of the two quarterback system last year, but the Seahawks sure made it work. It makes sense now for Cooper to move over to wideout and Keane run the offense as you have two outstanding players on the field at all times. Hags is a pretty good bird dog when it comes to finding the next big thing and he's awfully high on Malik Waring. I'm already sold on Trell Harrell - he was great in the return game and I expect him to have huge numbers at wideout. Line is the concern as coach Wilson said in the preview piece, but I love the linebacking corps. Beyond his Division I talent and big play making ability, Chocolate Wilson is just a great kid - makes you want to root for him to succeed not just on Friday night's but in life.

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