Doolittle has another month to make an impression, because when the season starts, it's going to be extremely tough for scouts to gauge his talent as a wide receiver since he'll be the Bulldogs' starting quarterback.
That doesn't concern Doolittle too much, either. Though it might hurt his recruiting stock, he's really excited about the new direction Memorial's offense will be going in.
"Since the first day (of spring), he's just been a different person," coach Justin Merideth said. "He realizes this is it for him and the rest of the senior class. This is their chance to do something special."
The offense is designed to allow Doolittle to do what he does best — make plays in space. He only threw for 609 yards and six touchdowns last season, but he made plays with his legs. He rushed for more than 1,000 yards and added another six scores on a team known more for its punishing defense.
"It's a different attitude this summer. We know what we can do now. We don't have any doubts," Doolittle said.