Regardless of the state, a freshman starting at quarterback for a 5A squad is impressive. Adding to the eyebrow raise, if said freshman helps guide his team to the playoffs – we got something cooking here. The groundwork Class of 2020 quarterback Ryan Campbell has laid for future success is sprawling, and by talking to him, the talents will not go to waste.
The word athlete gets tossed around freely in the football universe. The term can apply to a multidimensional player capable of playing different positions on both sides of the ball, a player that might be a “tweener” without a true defined spot on the roster as of now, or, in the case of Peter Agabe, a player that is just flat out athletically gifted.
Written by David Hill | HSPN West | hspnsports.com
If it’s true that a picture says a thousand words, then one look at Raeanne Jones tells you that she’s irresistibly charming. Her smile is alluring and resonates confidence. There are many words that begin with the letter “C” that could describe Raeanne, but she’s no “C” student.
One by air and one by ground, that has been the offensive production of dynamic senior duo of Connor Noland and Kenny Wood for Greenwood High School throughout the 2017 season.
The Bulldogs offensive line hustled across the board allowing 44 points per game to be posted on the opposition with Noland picking apart defenses and Wood running over and past defenders aiding in a championship season.
Rashan Gary explodes off the line, then uses a meaty forearm to propel the offensive tackle backward and to the right before Gary makes a quick move to the left to knock down the tackling dummy at Nike’s The Opening football camp last month in Oregon.
High school years are very important in the development of an athlete. This is the time when strength programs are being implemented and athletes are hitting the weight room both supervised and unsupervised in the hopes of “getting bigger”. They will squat, dead lift, and snatch. These movements all involve repetitive forward flexion at the hip.