Secondary speed an issue for Mustang?
With so many new players in starting roles on both sides of the ball, it’s hard to truly identify weaknesses this early for the Mustang Broncos.
But it seems there might be potential for one in the secondary — not necessarily because of lack of talent, but in lack of speed. The Broncos lost a lot of fast guys to graduation from last year’s team, and filling that void could be a tough one for this squad.
Midwest City’s speed caused some problems for the Bronco defense in the opening scrimmage, but the Bombers will do that to a lot of people. Still, the speed concern could become a real issue against district teams like Norman North, Del City and Southmoore.
Braden Wiseley is one of the faster guys back there for Mustang, which is why he has moved from a linebacker/safety-type position to cornerback. Daniel Farrow, a move-in from Putnam City West, could help in the speed department when two things happen: 1, he gets that nagging hamstring healthy, and 2, he gets eligible. As of now, it looks like he won’t be able to play until the fourth game because of grade issues last spring at PC West.
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