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May 21, 2014

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We're already gearing up for the 2014 New Mexico High School Football Season and today, we look back on a few Spring Football Previews we have already released. Premium Subscribers to NMPreps.com can click the premium links provided to access our exclusive spring football previews.

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Spring Preview: Academy Chargers
The Academy Chargers return a good amount of talent for the upcoming 2014 season. With returning prospects like Zack Gonzales, Cody Crosby, and Cody Volk returning, Academy should be ready for Class 5A. Read our complete preview of Acadmey here
Spring Preview: Alamogordo Tigers
The Alamogordo Tigers went 1-9 in their first year under 1st Year Head Coach Dale Hooper. Moving to a district along side Carlsbad, Clovis, and Hobbs what will Alamogordo have in store for 2014? A three-way qb race in one between Isaiah Saldana, Kyle Hooper, and Julian Segura. Read our complete preview of Alamogordo here
Spring Preview: Albuquerque Bulldogs
The Albuquerque Bulldogs are riding the state's longest losing streak at 39-games in a row. 1st year Head Coach Curtis Flakes takes over. Watch for rising Junior Ryley Padilla to make a big splash this year at quarterback. Complete preview of the Albuquerque Bulldogs here
Spring Preview: Artesia Bulldogs
Despite winning just 4 games during the 2013 season, the Bulldogs managed to reach the playoffs losing to Moriarty in the 1st round in triple over-time. They don't graduate much and return some very good talent including: Spencer Liles, Andy Azua, Grant Duff, Ben Kelley, and Justin Houghtaling. Complete preview of the Artesia Bulldogs here
Spring Preview: Atrisco Heritage Jaguars
Last year Atrisco Heritage went 8-4 on the year before losing to Sandia 45-11 in the playoffs. Atrisco returns a ton of talent and could likely be the most talented team from the Metro Area in 2014. 1,000-yard back Ricci Alvidrez returns along with D-1 prospect James Romero. Read the complete preview of Atrisco Heritage Here
Spring Preview: Aztec Tigers
The Tigers missed the 2013 playoffs and it's been a long time since that has happened in Aztec. The only big loss to graduation is Ryneal Lewis-Adams and they return Marcus Crawford at quarterback along with Jake Harris at receiver. Read the complete preview of Aztec here
Spring Preview: Bloomfield Bobcats
The Bloomfield Bobcats went 7-4 last year under Bruce Hatch losing to Taos 49-14 in the quarterfinals. This year, the Bobcats will be led by Bob Allcorn who takes over the program in one of the bigger off-season coaching moves of the season. Bloomfield has a good amount of talent returning on defense. Complete preview of the Bloomfield Bobcats here
Spring Preview: Carlsbad Cavemen
Carlsbad went 6-5 during the 2013 season losing to Rio Rancho in the 1st round of the 5A playoffs. This year as they move to 6A, the Cavemen return a loaded group that the City has been waiting for to grown up. With names like Trevin Ramirez, Shakur Smith, Travis Kessler, and Kaleb Stevens Carlsbad should make a real run at the district in 2014 and more. Complete preview of the Carlsbad Cavemen linked here
Spring Preview: Centennial Hawks
The Centennial Hawks were 2013 District 3-4A Champs, their first district title in school history. Though they lose some talent to graduation, this year's group of returning prospects looks to be even better. George Nino at 300 pounds and Cameron Burkley at 255 pounds are two of the top offensive linemen in New Mexico. Click here for complete Cenntennial Preview Here
Spring Preview: Cibola Cougars
Last year under first year head coach Rod Williams the Cibola Cougars won 7 games and reached the 5A playoffs. This year Cibola will be led by a loaded group with prospects like Ray Garza, Blair Manly, and Sam Garcia leading the way. Complete Cibola Cougar Preview Here
Spring Preview: Clayton Yellowjackets
Last year, Clayton won their first title in school history under first year head coach Colin Justiss. What will the 2014 season hold in store for the 2A Northeast Power? They graduate some big time linemen, but return some good talent in the backfield. Watch for Colby Bagwell and Brian Montoya.... Complete Clayton Team Preview Linked Here
Spring Preview: Cleveland Storm
Over the last few years Cleveland has emerged as a top tier 5A program. Moving to 6A can Cleveland keep their hold as one of the best from the North? They graduate two D-1 Prospects. Watch for names like Jesse Neito and Gabe Ortega to lead teh way. Complete Cleveland Team Preview Here
Spring Preview: Clovis Wildcats
The Clovis Wildcats went 6-6 during the 2013 season and despite losing Kamal Cass at running back, the Beast from the East should be ready to reload in 2014. Watch for names like Kaine Bender and Roland Chavez to lead the way. Complete Clovis Team Preview Here
Spring Preview: Cobre Indians
Last year Head Coach Jerry Martinez and the Cobre Indians went 9-3 on the season. The good news is that return quarterback Cavin Roberson and Marcus Sanchez. The bad news is they lose Nick Salas. Complete Cobre Team Preview Here
Spring Preview: Del Norte Knights
Bruce Binkley is slowing bring Del Norte Football back. Last year the Knights were just one game away from making the 4A playoffs. They lose Dayrl Wiggins at RB, but return one of the top dual threat QB's in Tryrelle Jackson. Complete Del NorteTeam Preview Here
Spring Preview: Deming Wildcats
No doubt about it, the Deming Wildcats were loaded during the 2013 season winning 9 games under Fernie Holguin. They finally lose Jerome Sandoval, Ish Garrett, and David Padron, but new names like Dante Urrea and Juan Carlos Wilson should keep them competitve for their jump into 6A. Complete Deming Preview Here
Spring Preview: Dexter Demons
The senior class at Dexter will be tough to surpass after a loaded group won 9 games in 2013 before losing to Hatch Valley in the semifinals. They lose the Bonner Brothers and Jadan Amaro. Returning this year is a great group of offensive linemen. Complete Dexter Preview Here
Spring Preview: Eldorado Eagles
Hard to believe, but Eldorado missed the 2013 playoffs with a 4-6 record. The offseason headline for Eldorado has been the recruitment of Blue Chip Quarterback Zach Gentry. Who else returns? Complete Eldorado Preview Here
Spring Preview: Estancia Bears
Up and coming head coach Stewart Burnett coached Estancia to a 7-5 season before losing to District Rival Clayton 22-6 in the playoffs. They return a good amount of talent into 2014, watch for Caleb Ortiz at Fullback. Complete Estancia Preview Here
Spring Preview: Eunice Cardinals
The Eunice Cardinals went 5-6 last year before losing to Cobre in the 1st round of the playoffs. They lose Iyvan Tercero and Beto Gonzales, but return some good talent in Ivan Zamora and Armando Rodriguez at Linebacker. Complete Eunice Preview Here
Spring Preview: Farmington Scorpions
Head Coach Gary Bradley led Farmington to the Class 4A State Championship Game in 2013 with a 7-0 win over Goddard. While they do lose some seniors, Farmington had a ton of juniors who return into the 2014 seaosn. Repeat for the Scorpions? Complete Farmington Preview Here
Spring Preview: Gadsden Panthers
Over the last two years Gadsden has won 9 games. Yes, you read that right. The Panthers Coach by Roy Gerela continue to take big steps forward, could this year be a playoff type team? Complete Gadsden Preview Here
Spring Preview: Goddard Rockets
The Goddard Rockets again went to the Class 4A State Title Game Under Head Football Coach Sam Jernigan losing to Farmington 7-0. They return 8 on defense and should be locked and loaded for yet another run, the only difference is they are playing in Class 5A. Complete Goddard Preview Here
Spring Preview: Grants Pirates
1st year Head Coach Nicholas Williams and the Pirates went just 2-8, but managed to send 5 prospects to play at the next level, credit to the Head Coach. This year they have some big shoes to replace, watch for Brandon Hernandez and Martin Aragon to lead the way. Complete Grants Preview Here
Spring Preview: Hatch Valley Bears
Jack Cisco is one of the best coaches in New Mexico and recently entered the New Mexico High School Ring of Honor. Last year the Bears went 10-3 losing to Clayton the state finals. Watch for Adrian Grajeda at running back. Complete Hatch Valley Preview Here
Spring Preview: Highland Hornets
New Head Football Coach Stacy Washington takes over after the Hornets went 1-9 during the 2013 season. Quarterback Bryan Medina finally graduates, who is return for the 2014 season? Complete Highland Hornet Preview Here
Spring Preview: Hagerman Bobcats
Last year the Hagerman Bobcats went a perfect 13-0 under Head Coach Casey Crandell. The returning champs will be led by three year starter at quarterback Alejandro Ramos. Complete Hagerman Bobcats Preview Here
Spring Preview: Hobbs Eagles
The Hobbs Eagles were back into the playoffs last year with an 8-4 record under Head Coach Charles Gleghorn. Year three of Gleghorn looks even more promising, can the Eagles top last year's talent? Complete Hobbs Eagles Preview Here
Spring Preview: Hope Christian Huskies
1st Year Head Coach Diego Brusuelas and the Huskies went 6-7 last year before losing to Silver in the quarterfinals. This year they return a few underrated players like Caleb Hagen and Matt Tafoya. Complete Hope Christian Huskies Preview Here
Spring Preview: Hot Springs Tigers
The Hot Springs Tigers and Head Coach Daniel Terrazas went 3-7 last year, but did manage to reach the playoffs. Watch for KC Swaim at 6-foot-5 as one of the top offensive linemen in 2014. Complete Hot Springs Tigers Preview Here
Spring Preview: Kirtland Central Bronocs
Last year the Kirtland Central Broncos went 6-4 under Kevin Graham. This year they return some good talent starting with running back Keishaun Aspass. Their new district includes... Complete Kirtland Spring Preview Linked Here
Spring Preview: La Cueva Bears
The Bears missed the playoffs during the 2013 season going just 3-7. Ironically the Bears had one of the top defenses in New Mexico and return a ton of talent into this season. Watch for guys like Arron Okveracker and Javohn Jones to step up. Complete La Cueva Spring Preview Here
Spring Preview: La Cueva Bears
The Hawks won 9 games in 2013 as Mr. Football Candidate David McGee ran for over 2,000-yards and scored 50 touchdowns. He returns as does Jason Riley. Another successful season is expected. Complete Laguna Acoma Spring Preview Here
Spring Preview: Las Cruces Bulldawgs
The defending back to back class 5A state champs will jump up to class 6A for the 2014 season and should have enough talent to again make another run. Head Coach Jim Miller is going for his 7th state title... Complete Bulldawg Team Preview Linked Here
Spring Preview: Lordsburg Mavericks
The Mavericks won 6 games last year, but still managed to miss the playoffs. This year they return some good talent headlined by rising freshmen Johnny Plowman. Complete Maverick Preview Linked Here

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