Another football season is upon us, and we're be examining every local new district — the Florida High School Athletic Association shuffled things a bit. Class 7A, District 10 Countryside, East Lake, Pinellas Park, Seminole, St. Petersburg What's new Four teams — Countryside, East Lake, Pinellas Park and Seminole — are holdovers from the district (formerly 7A-9) the past two years. There was only one switch after reclassification. Northeast dropped to 6A while St. Petersburg, which was in 8A last season, moves in. Coach's corner "It's a little different now for us because we were in a district with spread teams like (Bradenton) Manatee. Now we're going up against teams that are a little more downhill (running). It will be interesting to see how we hold up." — St. Petersburg coach Joe Fabrizio Offensive standouts Chris Garza-McLean, RB, Seminole: Last season's leading rusher (651 yards) figures to put up even bigger numbers with Travis Wateska transferring to Osceola in the offseason. The senior will run behind an experienced and beefy offensive line that includes Division I recruit Brandon Walton. Markeas Jerrido, RB, Countryside: The senior, who rushed for just 128 yards last season, is the leading candidate to replace Dante Satcher as the featured ball carrier — especially after he rushed for 90 yards and scored twice in the spring game against Citrus. Liam Keane, OT, St. Petersburg: The 6-foot-2, 300-pound senior will be the main blocker for running backs Darius Miller and Jacquel Waller. Bryce Miller, WR, East Lake: The team's second-leading receiver last season (411 yards) moves into the spotlight as the go-to target. In the spring game, the junior exploded with seven catches for 207 yards and three touchdowns. Rodiez Newsome, RB, Pinellas Park: While Newsome will share the ball throughout the season, coach Kenny Crawford believes the senior could rack up big numbers. He gained 253 yards last season in six games. Defensive standouts Justin Frain, LB, Seminole: The senior was the team's leading tackler last season (104) and will be counted on to put up similar numbers in a district that fields plenty of prolific offenses. Thomas Roman, LB, Countryside: A winner of national strongman competitions, the 6-foot, 215-pound senior will do the lifting for a Cougar defense that returns a lot of playmakers. Last season, Roman had 41 tackles and four sacks. Sennen Roserie, DE, St. Petersburg: Roserie is a 6-foot-2, 240-pound senior who will be counted on to clog things up on the line. He had only 15 total tackles in 10 games last season, but three were sacks. Jake Rosiek, DL, East Lake: The 6-foot, 245-pound junior is part of a young and active defensive line that should still be a strength for the Eagles. Last season, Rosiek had 31 tackles and four sacks. Jaquise Simmons, DE, Pinellas Park: A three-year starter, Crawford calls Simmons the best player no one has ever heard of. He is 5 feet 11, 230 pounds and can get to the quarterback. Special teams Ethan Roberts, K, Seminole: The senior receiver is part of an improved passing game, but will also make his mark on special teams as a kicker and returner. In the spring game against Dunedin, Roberts returned a punt 53 yards to set up a score and kicked three extra points. Sizing up the district This is one of the most competitive districts in the Tampa Bay area with the top four teams — East Lake, Countryside, Pinellas Park and St. Petersburg — going a combined 33-7 last season. The Eagles own a 25-game regular-season win streak and still are the team to beat. But they are vulnerable after losing several major Division I players the past three years. Countryside, which has a dynamic offense, is a legitimate threat to make the playoffs on the field for the first time in four seasons. The Patriots and Green Devils both have strong run games and stellar defenses, which also make them contenders.