Perhaps no coach coming back to a team that went winless last season is as excited about his team's prospect for the season than Moore coach Scott Myers.
“We've had a great opening camp,” Myers said. “It's been out best preseason camp in the four years since I've been back. We've got a lot of senior experience back and that's showing with how they're practicing.”
The biggest difference, Myers said, is in their confidence level.
“They have that air about them a little bit that things are turning around,” Myers said. “We were in some games last year and just couldn't figure out how to get over the hump and win.
“This year, we need to turn those numbers around and find a way to win those games.”
Corey Reeves is expected to take over at quarterback after seeing some time there last year but primarily playing wide receiver.
Reeves has been pushed by junior Colin Webb, though.
If Reeves earns the job, his move from receiver won't leave the Lions with a lack of depth there as they return four starters at the position.