“We’ve got some good players we like, and we’re hoping we can protect the quarterback long enough that he can deliver football to them,” Millard West coach Kirk Peterson said.
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“Starting unit-wise, it’s arguably the most talented group, by scholarship offers, it is,” Bellevue West coach Michael Huffman said.
"Class A is always tough," Millard South coach Andy Means said. 2019 will be no exception.
In their heyday, Omaha Central had its Is and Millard North its Qs. Now it’s Bellevue West’s WRs that command the alphabet of high school football in the state.