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Prep football preview: Enterprise Wolves
First Published Aug 07 2014 12:56 pm • Last Updated Aug 19 2014 09:16 am

EDITOR’S NOTE » This is one in a series of previews of Utah’s high school football programs. They will run throughout the summer leading up to the 2014 regular season, which begins Aug. 21.

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Enterprise Wolves

After last season, the defenses of Class 2A have probably seen enough of Enterprise fullback Kelton Hunt, who ran through front sevens en route to 1,300 yards and more than 20 touchdowns.

Too bad for everyone else.

He’s back.

Hunt, now a senior for the Wolves, will be looking to add to his rushing totals again, hoping for a piece of the 2A South title.

"Everybody wants to do that every year," Enterprise coach Malin Williams said. "I think it’s a possibility this year. We just have to play out the season and see."

Hunt will have some help on offense from Ricky Ramos. The wide receiver saw heavy minutes last season. And, as one of the better kickers in the region, Ramos put the finishing touch on plenty of Hunt touchdowns.

Last year » 5-5

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Key returner » Fullback Kelton Hunt was a First-Team All-State choice last year as a junior.

Player to watch » Wide receiver Ricky Ramos doubles as one of the region’s best kickers.

Biggest hole » Coach Malin Williams is looking to rebuild his offensive line thanks to graduations and will need to rely on new guards for his wing-T offense.

Need to know » Looking to make the playoffs after a three-year absence from the postseason.

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