Clermont Northeastern tailback Jacob Hacker has found a new home in the Rockets' backfield as his team is off to 2-0 start.
After leading the squad in receiving in 2009, the senior has taken to being the workhorse.
He ran for a career-high 180 yards and three touchdowns in the teams win over Bethel-Tate on Friday.
Hacker has carried the ball 59 times for 264 yards in the first two contests.
The 33 points the Rockets put up on the Tigers was their highest out put since October 10th, 2008 when they posted 56 against Manchester.
Written by: Greg Shoemaker, TriStateFootball.com