Coach: Jason Dulick, first year.
2010: The Jaguars went 7-5 overall and 4-1 in the Public High League.
Returning starters: 6 offense, 6 defense.
Players to watch: QB/DB Paul Rice (sr., 5-10, 180), WR/DB Kalen Petty (sr., 6-2, 220), WR/DB Andre Sims (sr., 5-9, 180), RB/DB Michael Ball (jr., 6-0, 190), OL/DL Dajuan Johnson (sr., 5-9, 270), OL/DL Dominique Henderson (sr., 6-3, 280), OL/DL Bryant Williams (jr., 5-11, 250), RB/LB Kenneth West (sr., 5-7, 180), WR/DL Terrance Davidson (sr., 6-1, 190).
About the Jaguars: Gateway Tech averaged 32.4 points per game, the second-highest mark in the PHL. ... New coach Dulick graduated from St. Louis University High and played wide receiver at Illinois in the 1990s. He was an assistant at Gateway for eight years. Newcomer sophomores FB/LB Damarcus Hayes (5-11, 200), OL/DL Mark Cooley (6-2, 270) and DB Zachary McBride (6-1, 190) are expected to contribute. ... Gateway Tech is getting a new artificial turf field installed, but it won't be ready until late in the second half of the season, if at all in 2011. ... Rice threw for 1,165 yards, with 14 TDs and seven INTs, and ran for a team-high 882 yards and 12 TDs last season. ... Petty caught 30 passes for 558 yards and nine TDs. ... Ball rushed for 682 yards and nine TDs.