Joey Thorsen, 22, left, a University of Memphis student and Markuss Rossi, 21, a former high school athlete from Wellsville, Kansas, the two hosts of NBC's mini-show 'The Line of Scrimmage,' visited Naples High School on Wednesday to start production of the eighth episode of the program. The hosts travel around the country in a 2007 Toyota Tundra filming high school football programs with interesting traditions and big rivalries. Naples was selected in part because of what head coach Bill Kramer calls 'servant leadership,' where players take an active role in the community.

Photo by GREG KAHN, Daily News

Joey Thorsen, 22, left, a University of Memphis student and Markuss Rossi, 21, a former high school athlete from Wellsville, Kansas, the two hosts of NBC's mini-show "The Line of Scrimmage," visited Naples High School on Wednesday to start production of the eighth episode of the program. The hosts travel around the country in a 2007 Toyota Tundra filming high school football programs with interesting traditions and big rivalries. Naples was selected in part because of what head coach Bill Kramer calls "servant leadership," where players take an active role in the community.

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