Clinton enters their second season with Judd Boswell at the helm and do so with much more anticipation. The Arrows started 2012 just 1-5, then rattled off 6 straight wins, including a playoff victory over Southaven.
Boswell's bunch returns a veteran defense, led by high profile prospect Grant Harris at defensive end.
The offense will see change now that senior QB Cale Luke has moved on. There's a good chance the Arrows will start a 14-year-old freshman at the most important position. That guy is Cameron Akers and he comes with a lot of hype.
Clinton will once again play one of the tougher schedules in the state, starting the first month with games against Pearl, Ridgeland, Brandon and Meridian.
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