Captain Shreve head coach Richard Lary made one promise this season.
"We're going to put some points on the board for sure."
The Gators will begin their second year of a new offense. Last season the team struggled to find a rhythm.
"We shot ourselves in the foot a lot, bad snaps, fumbled the football, penalties at bad times so we put ourselves in some holes that were hard to over come but this year, hopefully, we're going to be a little more mature," said Lary.
The loss of running back Damian Johnson did not help. He rushed for nearly 600 yards in just five games during his junior campaign but was lost to a knee injury. He returns for his final year with high expectations.
"He was our big play guy on offense when we lost him," said Lary. "He's been nine months of rehab on the ACL and just got cleared two weeks ago so he's lighting it up for us."