There are a ton of questions heading into the 2015 season in Lansing-area high school football.

Who will emerge in the wide-open CAAC Blue? And who will take the crowns in the loaded CAAC Red and White divisions?

Who will win a brutally strong CMAC?

And will it really be Lansing Catholic then everyone else this season?

Programming note: Dean Trailways' presentation of high school football returns to The Game 730 AM WVFN tonight with Hudsonville at Holt. Pregame coverage begins at 6 p.m., with kickoff about 7 p.m. and postgame coverage until 11 p.m. Listen to it all here.

  • 1

    Lansing Catholic

    Last Season: 13-1

    They have the best player in the area in Tony Poljan.  The Minnesota-bound QB hopes to lead the Cougars one step further than last year.

  • 2

    Grand Ledge

    Last Season: 7-4

    If anybody is the favorite in the CAAC Blue, it's Matt Bird's Comets.  They've got experience up and down the roster and could go far in 2015.

  • 3


    Last Season: 13-1

    Despite losing QB Malik Mack and WR Reyshaun Wilbourne.  Coach Dan Boggan still has a lot of talent on his squad.  It's young, and if it improves, they could make another run to the playoffs.

  • 4


    Last Season: 8-4

    Four-year starting QB Jarrett Van Heuvel returns, along with RB Hunter Holbrook.  The Bulldogs were district champs last year.  And are going for more in 2015.

  • 5


    Last Season: 10-1

    Rob Zimmerman has churned out great QB's in recent years.  Will Nagle takes over for Jacob Johnson.  If Nagle plays well, a 10th straight playoff appearance will happen for the Panthers.

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    Eaton Rapids

    Last Season: 8-4

    Mike Smith has brought the Greyhounds program out of the doldrums.  Zach Kemp takes over at QB for Jared McDaniel.  How he progresses will dictate how ER does in 2015.

  • 7


    Last Season: 13-1

    The 69 game winning streak is over but coach Terry Hessbrook has a loaded squad.  The Yellow Jackets are favorites to return to Ford Field on Thanksgiving weekend.

  • 8


    Last Season: 10-3

    Jeremy Miller really likes his team.  Their goal is to go from "The Cornfield to Ford Field"  If their youth grows up, that is a possibility.

  • 9


    Last Season: 4-5

    This could be one of the surprise teams in the area.  The talent is good, and they want to redeem themselves after a 4-5 season in 2014.

  • 10


    Last Season: 10-1

    Kris Ernst led the Eagles to the CMAC title in 2014.  One of the best programs in state history should have another solid campaign in 2015.