By Robert Przybylo
Last but not least, the Boneman’s final stop was Edmond Memorial. The Bulldogs will have to find a way to replace Pete Towne, but they’ll be alright.
For one thing, Memorial is going to have a solid defense. With anchors like Anthony Morales and Logan Thomas, you wouldn’t expect anything different. The one thing I’ve noticed at all three spots, but especially today with Morales and Thomas is you can tell who walks with confidence and leads.
Even on the most mundane drills, Thomas and Morales are hustling and showing the young kids what they’re supposed to do. Even when the coaches aren’t watching, they’re not letting up.
I know, it’s sad when we’re congratulating players for, you know, doing what they’re supposed to do. But in this era, it’s still a refreshing sight to see.
I didn’t get to see it all, but QB Blake Umberham looked good. And I was extremely impressed with Delias Ealom’s speed. I couldn’t catch him (though that’s not saying much).
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