"I'm sure they'll be physical because they're big and the only way to stop that is to be physical defensively. We'll work on that this week and just try to prepare the best we can."
The Red Devils will also pose a problem for the Knights with their running game, which features leading rusher junior back Jalen Jones and senior fullback Ray Sullivan.
"We're a running team too," Souk said. "We probably throw the ball five or six times a game. Every team that you play has a kid that you need to key on and try to stop and I think everybody's in the same boat there.
"We're more rounded than just one athlete though. We've got three or four other kids that we can use for different things.
"Those are things they'll have to prepare for just like us having to prepare for things they do."
Second-year Midland Coach Luke Salmons, who guided the team to its first unbeaten regular season, thinks his team is ready to do just that.
"We've played a lot of good teams this season, but at the same time everyone is 0-0 now and we all start over," Salmons said. "We've just got to focus on the next thing, which is Oak Hill. We're going to get back and go to work on them because we know we're going to get everybody's best shot and it's a different level of play after the regular season.
"All we can do now is take care of ourselves. It doesn't change from week one to now because you're going to be who you are. You're not going to change a lot at this time. You may add a few wrinkles here and there, but that's about all you can do."