Senior gives Red Raiders flexibility on defense

Under first-year coach David Crane, Greenville High’s football team has made the conversion from a three-man front to a four-man front this season.

The Red Raiders are employing both 4-3 and 4-2-5 defenses, and senior Marc Rosemond enables the transition to be a smooth one.

The 5-foot-9, 180-pound Rosemond, formerly a safety, is filling both strong-side linebacker and nickel back roles.

“Mark is physical enough and runs well enough that versus spread teams, he can stay on the field and play against that,” Crane said. “Then versus pro-set teams and tight end-wing teams, he can stay on the field and play against that. So we don’t have to sub to go from a nickel player to a (strong-side) linebacker-type bigger body kid. Mark gives us the flexibility to do both.”

Greenville football coach leans on experience

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