Bishop Carroll offensive guard Steve Greene made a name for himself last season when he was named to The Associated Press Class A First Team all-state football team.
At 6-foot-5, 305 pounds, it's not hard to imagine why he anchored a line that opened holes for 1,000-yard rusher Brendan Julock.
What does Greene do for an encore? You can bet he'll be winning a lot of battles on the offensive line.
"I'm just looking to be dominant every play," Greene said. "I have a lot of expectations for myself and from other people. I know what I'm doing on the field. I don't have to think too much about it. I'm stronger than most of my opponents."
BC coach Craig Sponsky expects consistency from Greene this season.
"He's a very coachable kid," Sponsky said. "One positive thing is he's not overlooking his senior year. He knows how important it is.
"He could have committed [to college] early and been safe, but he wants to go out and prove that he's better than people think he is. He should have more than seven or eight scholarship offers. I expect him to attempt to dominate on every play."
Greene has six scholarship offers from Division I schools Temple, Connecticut, Minnesota, Delaware, Marshall and Central Florida.
"Right now it's pretty open. I still have a lot of time to decide," Greene said. "I don't want to rush my decision. I just want to make sure I make the right choice. I'm hoping that early in the season I can perform well and get a couple more scholarship offers. I'm hoping somebody closer like Pitt, Maryland or Virginia [makes an offer]."
When college coaches are looking at video of Greene, they see a strong, dominating and no frills lineman who will dominate most of the time.
"He's just a pure brute blocker," Sponsky said. "He's an old-school tough kid. He certainly needs some work technique-wise. He knows that. He wants to improve. He's a solid kid who wants to improve."
For a big man, he's pretty agile. Greene also plays basketball, baseball and is on the track team. How would you like to see him coming through the lane at you on the basketball court?
"I'd still like to get faster," Greene said. "I'd like to perfect the little things."
His teammates look up to him not only because of his size, but also because he's one of the leaders for the Huskies.
"He even was [a leader] as a sophomore. He led by example," Sponsky said. "Last year, he became more vocal, and he definitely has taken the responsibility of being a leader."
"I just try to do the right thing," Greene said. "I'm not always leading vocally. But I try to lead by example all the time."
Sponsky will need Greene's leadership to turn around a program that was playing for a District 6 title almost every year, but now is trying to rebound from two straight losing seasons. Greene expects the Huskies to rebound in a big way.
"This season, I expect nothing less than a District 6 championship," he said. "We have a great core coming back. It's a good foundation from last year. It's definitely a disappointment to see us drop down the last two years and have two losing seasons."