Douglass: Aliston Cobb, Diontay Washington a strong duo...
By Robert Przybylo
You’ll have to forgive us for all the talk about the Douglass passing game. Just wasn’t expecting a passing game as solid under Shon Bridges as what the Trojans showed this summer.
But there is no mistaken the bread-and-butter is going to be the running game, and those responsibilities will belong to Aliston Cobb and Diontay Washington.
I’ve been on the Cobb bandwagon since the semifinals last season when I saw him for the first time. I don’t care that he wasn’t one of the top rushers last year, Cobb is an all-state caliber back. He showed it during the first half of Douglass’ win against Star Spencer in the All-City Preview championship.
What I didn’t know was that Washington ain’t half bad, either. Washington showed a lot of power and earned that final touchdown after having another one called back. And Ian Robinson isn’t a slouch, either.
The Star Spencer defense is going to be rock solid. The Bobcats are going to be in just about every game because of that defense.
Offense is going to take a while. No Darwin Rideau and Terence Olds, and that’s just way too tough to say ‘we’ll find other guys.’ Love Stevo Henderson and what he brings and like the approach that Terrell Love is bringing to the club.
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