Trevor Evans has some big shoes to fill. The 6'3, 190-pound rising senior is taking over for Jack Reed as Warwick's quarterback. Reed threw for 2,025 yards and 21 touchdowns last year. He finished his career with 4,845 passing yards, second-most in school history. Reed, who tossed 42 TD passes in high school, has moved on to Shippensburg University. "He taught me what I needed to [know] from sophomore and junior year. I'm excited for it. I think I'm gonna thrive," Evans told Paul Roberts of SV Sports. Evans played wide receiver and safety for the Warriors a season ago. He was named a first team defensive back in Section 2 of the Lancaster-Lebanon League after making 53 tackles. He added a pair of interceptions. The Warriors went (5-5, 4-2) and wound up in third place in the section behind Exeter and Manheim Central. They finished the season with three straight wins. Evans believes the merger with the Berks Football League in 2022 was for the best. "It's more competition, more fun. Exeter is a big school. Mifflin is a big school...I think we'll compete very well," he replied. While Warwick won't have Reed to rely on this fall, Thomas Jeanes and Andrew McClune are returning. Jeanes is a 6'4, 200-pound senior who split time at TE and WR last year. McClune, who's also on the wrestling team, is a senior running back. Evans noted that there are several receivers in the junior class to keep an eye on. Evans plays basketball for the Warriors in the winter. He enjoyed talking about video games, music, and his favorite NFL quarterback. Warwick begins the 2023 campaign with a tough test. The Warriors take on Cocalico on August 25th. The Eagles captured the District 3-5A championship last year and soared to the state semifinals. Evans and company will need to be sharp when the season kicks off.