Here is a notebook on Kenny Walker from practice
Here are the notes from Thursday
Offensive lineman Kolton Miller
Wide receiver Alex Van Dyke
Wide receiver Kenny Walker
A notebook is
coming here, featuring fullbacks Ainuu Taua and Cameron Griffin and the relationship between football, hammers and nails.
Video interviews with Griffin, Taua, wide receiver Darren Andrews and defensive line coach Angus McClure.
Here are some notes and observations from day six of practice:
— As McClure talked about in his interview, the team did a lot of situational work during the scrimmages: goal line, backed up, short yardage, red zone, etc. Taua thought the defense won overall, but said the receivers seemed to get the best of the defensive backs. From my perspective, the offense definitely had one of its better days overall but perhaps still not better than the defense.
— Kenny Walker had a good day, both in one-on-ones and during 11-on-11 periods. He made two great catches in one-on-ones: an over-the-shoulder catch for a touchdown and another one that he leaped up for and hauled in while falling backwards. Continue reading
On Eldridge Massington, who spent redshirted last season and spent over a year recovering from a torn ACL:
“He’s coming along. He’s transitioning pretty good. Just need him to play a little faster, stop thinking. Sometimes, he has paralysis by analysis, so he plays a little slower. When he knows what he’s doing and knows his assignments, knows the technique to use, he’s playing well. …
“At his break point, instead of letting the defensive back dictate where he breaks, he’s running through shoulders and dropping his weight and trying to create separation. Trying to play big. He’s 6-3, 215 — he’s got to play that way. … Continue reading