I think it comes down to Aurora and Barberton. Highland looks to be good alsoSounds like Barberton may be very good this year. I believe Aurora loses 7 total starters. Greenmen need to improve at the line of scrimmage. Last year's team was not physically up to Aurora standards. The QB becomes a 3 year starter. If the Oline gives him some time he can have a big Senior year. Most of his recievers return and a couple of them have really good speed. I think next season's Juniors will be a good compliment to the Senior Class and help bring back the Aurora toughness that was lacking last season.
It would be great to get 4 teams into the playoffs this season. No idea what Highland has but just have sense they will be hard to beat this year.Need some discussion on these teams....my early projection:
Aurora is likely 2021 winner. But, if the Barberton kids are training their tails off and growing in strength and weight I think the Magics will take it because they are highly skilled but small and not strong enough to be physical, if that's corrected for sure the Magics.
Where get any new kids who are the running backBarberton has four starters back on the O-Line. They average 6'1 and 289 pounds. And they have several reserves who are over 6' and in the 280-300 pound range.
One of them has many D1 offers and will get more. The others will likely go D2