Coaching Staff Traveling Across State For Football Camps This Week

June 23, 2014 · By · Filed Under Football, News 

Pads_GlovesHead coach Joey Jones and his staff are in the midst of their June football camp trek across the state of Alabama.

It began with a two-day camp on campus on Friday and Saturday and continued last night in Dothan at Rip-Hewes Stadium. This week they will be in Montgomery from 5-7:30pm at Park Crossing High School, followed by Birmingham on Tuesday at Oak Mountain High School from 6-8:30pm and will wrap up on Wednesday at Decatur High School from 6-8:30pm.

Each of the remaining camps will cost $30 per participant and is open to ninth through 12th graders. These camps are shorter versions of the two-day camp the coaching staff hosted over the weekend at the University of South Alabama. The coaches will be working with the participants teaching fundamentals for each position.

On Saturday, USA Today’s Paul Myerberg posted the next in a series counting down to the beginning of the College Football season. He ranked the Jaguars 72nd in his list of 128 teams that he is counting down.

In his article he broke down the Jaguars in depth position by position. He heaped lots of praise on the Jaguars offensive line who he said should be the difference. He pointed to the Jags having All-Conference linemen at both tackles and both guard positions, which I think anyone would agree, is very impressive. Everything begins with the offensive line.

He also wrote about all the holes that need to be filled in the defensive front seven for the Jaguars. The Jaguar coaches and players have some big shoes to fill on the defensive line and at linebacker.

To read the whole article, click here.


Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: