Widgetized Section

Go to Admin » Appearance » Widgets » and move Gabfire Widget: Social into that MastheadOverlay zone

Expect the unexpected from 2021 Prescott offense

By Staff, 07/22/21 8:30 AM

PRESCOTT РFans of Prescott football should expect the scoreboard to light up like a pinball machine again this year as the Curley Wolf offense  is expected to light things up.

Davion Williams, offensive coordinator, said there are a lot of starters back from last year, though the team suffered some severe losses due to graduation. However, the team should be faster than last season, with pretty much anyone who carries the ball being capable of breaking free for six. He said everyone on the offense is a potential game breaker.

Jacalan Zachery returns as a slot receiver, while Jaylen Hopson will split times as a receiver and tailback. Caleb Harris returns as tight end, while Omarian Dickens will be another receiver as well as playing cornerback. Carston Poole will start under center, with Brennan Bradley and Travion Dickens two more receivers. Jason Patrick, Jr. will be the fullback, while the offensive line will be Trystan Pettit, Carlos Zacharias, Maddux Yates and Ty Koger, with Avery Hubbard the center with Rocco Patrick.

The Wolves will again operate from the spread offense. Fans and opposing teams can expect to see a lot of motion as Williams plans on keeping things mixed up so the defense can’t get a solid read on what Prescott’s doing. “We’re gonna feed the studs,” he said. “This is the fastest team we’ve had and fans can expect to see a little of everything.”

Younger players are also expected to contribute. Some of these players include: Rashun Bell, P.J. Gulley, Jaylen Johnson, J.K. Jones, Brady Simmons and Pierce Yates, the backup quarterback.

This will be Poole’s first time to start as the senior signalcaller for the Wolves, but Williams said he has a quick release and is a smart player, along with being a good leader and four-sport athlete.

Others helping on the offensive line will be Caden Dice, Eli Cox, Quinton Nolen, Tanner Jarvis and Eli Loudermilk.

When asked about plans for the season, Williams said, “We plan to win it all.”

However, he knows there could be problems due to COVID-19 and said he hopes all the players get vaccinated.