Posted On: 07/14/19 8:30 AM
In this week's program profile, I went close to home to talk with Head Coach, Jason Telecky of the Monticello Magic to see what his squad has on their plate to start the 2019 season. I think you will enjoy what you here coming out of Monticello this season as they come off a 5-5 record last year and will be a strong threat in 5A again this year.
The Monticello Offense
The Magic's strength is on their offense line. They return Alex Tack, who at 6'5, 295 has great size as a 2.5 year starter for the Magic at left tackle. Coming off a broken knee last year, he has shown this off-season great development in recovering from that knee injury and has got looks from various D2 and FCS programs. From what I saw on film, Tack has a great knack for pancaking defenders on the ground quickly. At center, the Magic return 2 year starter, Avery Fluekiger who has moved around in between guard and center, but according to Coach Telecky will see most of his time at center this year. Very quick feet from what I have seen on film, and if he can stay healthy that