By Charles Salzer, Special to The Advocate
The Dunham School has made a point of not getting ahead of itself as the 2018 football season begins. The Tigers broke through to win the District 7-2A title a year ago and finished 9-2.
Could this season be a breakout year on a statewide level? Coach Neil Weiner likes his team’s chances but is leaving nothing to chance.
LSU commitment Derek Stingley Jr. is back to lead the way. Though he is committed to LSU as a defensive back, Stingley will play multiple roles for Dunham. Fans and opponents may see Stingley as a defensive back, a wide receiver and even in the offensive backfield. He is also a dangerous kick returner.
The plan sounds complicated. But Weiner saw a prototype in 2012 when Dutchtown utilized another star defensive back, Landon Collins, now of the NFL’s New York Giants, in multiple roles. Having a proven blueprint leaves less to chance. Read complete article at bit.ly/TDSPreview