Trevor Thompson and passing game key to Westmoore offense
BY RYAN ABER
The biggest difference second-year Westmoore coach Billy Langford sees in his team this year is in the development of the passing game.
“Last year, we were more worried about what the routes were and now, it’s about running them better and adding things,” Langford said.
The second-year coach has been particularly impressed with the continued development of senior quarterback Trevor Thompson.
Thompson threw for 1,191 yards as a junior.
“He’s really gained a lot of confidence in the position,” Langford said.
Thompson will have plenty of targets, with Dalton Craig and Austin Bowling on the outside and Jhames West and Lexus Lee on the inside.
“Last year, we pretty much just did the basics of the system,” Langford said. “This year, we’re able to go into a little more depth and just add some things to it.”
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