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March 2, 2013
CHAMPIONS ARE WILLING TO DO WHAT OTHERS ARE NOT WILLING TO DO.
Most quarterbacks and wide receivers don't train in 40 degree
temperatures on a Saturday afternoon; they will lose when they face QB1
quarterbacks and wide receiver because we train anywhere, anytime, in
any conditions. Yes, QB1 was on the field Saturday in those conditions
TRAINING to get better.
We want these kids to evolve in their game. In session one, we
identified footwork as the major area needing work. So many of these
kids play in the shotgun and air raid offenses and have never even
taken a snap from under center. We want them to have a complete game,
so we work every aspect of the position, inlcuding the drops from under
center and their footwork in and around the pocket.
The wide receiver group was smaller in numbers this weekend but it was
clearly the best group we've had in terms of talent. D.W. Daniel
running back Jae'lon Oglesby worked out at wide receiver and looked
like he had been playing the position forever. He's smooth and has
incredible body control, runs crisper patterns than most wide receivers
I've seen in camps, and has very good hands.
South Carolina NEWS