Wildcats Offensive Coordinator Matt Young gave his weekly football review and preview Tuesday morning. Concerning the scrimmage last Thursday against Mount Pleasant, Coach Young said the Wildcats’ offense is in a good place but he added they still have a lot of work to do. He said his standards are higher than the level of play last week. Coach Young said the offense felt like they shot themselves in the foot when they did not score due to things like bad snaps, penalties or pass routes that were run too deep that led to negative plays. On the positive side, Coach Young liked the physicality of the offensive line, especially from seniors Somjai Pryor, Raydon McCormack and Alfredo Olavide. He said quarterback Kaden Wallace was a lot more comfortable in the pocket. He said receivers caught the ball well. Coach Young said Matthew Sherman made a great catch in the end zone and also blocked well. He said Bryant Sanchez and Cable Glenn did good jobs and he said C.J. Williams had some catches. Coach Young said the Wildcats got physical runs from backs Caden Davis, J.J. Hall and Douglas Deloney. Concerning Frisco Wakeland, Coach Young said they are a great program that does not have down years as they just reload. He said they play hard and are well coached. On defense, Coach Young said the Wolverines are good up front and have quickness in the defensive line. He added the Wakeland safeties are good players who he called ball hawks. Coach Young said even the new faces on the Wakeland defense look like Friday night players. He said the Wildcats must execute on offense.
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