The Redskins will line up six men on the defensive line, while playing a prevent defense in the secondary.
“What we want to do is hit you in the mouth,” Sebree said. “When you get going, we can’t hold back. We want to take off running and get you. Hopefully, we can get you before you get us.”
Leading the way will be linebacker Tevin Burke, who will serve as the defense’s general.
“We’re dependent on him not only running the defense but to make things happen,” Sebree said.
Burke will be leading a defensive line which will feature 6-foot-7 Jordan Lill at tackle and Kaleel Smith at defensive end.
The secondary will be strengthened by a talented sophomore in Jarnoris Floyd.
“He’s a free safety and we’ll move him all over the field,” Sebree said. “He’s an exciting sophomore and we already see things coming ahead of him.”
Social Circle will try to blend the defense’s individual talents into one unit, but more importantly one fast unit.
“We just hope we’re faster than everybody else,” Sebree said.
The Redskins first test is against Strong Rock Christian on Aug. 31, as they will look to recover from a winless season a year ago.
“I think we have a chance to play with some ball clubs in our region,” Sebree said.