Spring Practice Brings Benefits for Wildcat Offense



Wildcats Offensive Coordinator Matt Young says after two weeks of spring football, he would call it a success. He says the team is obviously ahead of where they usually are at this time of year due to the knowledge the players now have. Coach Young cites the large number of players getting reps. He says during the fall, the starters usually get most of the reps. He says coaches are getting a look at lots of players.

Coach Young says there has been no sign of players getting tired of spring football. He says they continue to show up each day early. Coach Young says he has been able to introduce offensive players to 98% of the Wildcats offense already. Now he says they just have have to work to get better at it. Some of Coach Young’s goals for spring practice are for offensive players to become more physical, for offensive coaches to determine depth questions and for offensive players to develop confidence. He says these goals either have been accomplished or are getting accomplished this spring.

Spring practice will end with a spring game on May 26.

Author: Staff Reporter

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