McKeesport coach George Smith is a realist when he looks at his team coming into this season.
"It always depends on the younger guys," Smith said. "To be really good at the Quad-A level, your best defensive linemen have to play offensive line and [in camp] is where you find them so you don't have to use them all the time and they don't have to go both ways."
While the Tigers search to fill a few spots along the lines, their skill positions are fairly set with third-year starter Khaleke Hudson (5-10, 210, Sr., RB-LB) ready to carry the load again. Hudson, who had 179 carries for 1,644 yards and 26 total touchdowns in 2014, is projected to play defense in college and has already received more than 30 Football Bowl Subdivision offers.
Though Hudson is receiving the most attention, he's not the only Tigers player with offers on the table.