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Westmoore football: Jaguars' offense is loaded, but defense has questions

Not many teams in the state can match the amount of playmakers Westmoore returns. The Jaguars have few holes to fill offensively, especially in the passing game, from last season’s Class 6A semifinal team. The defensive side of the ball is where the uncertainty lies.
by Trent Shadid Published: September 4, 2014
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— Not many teams in the state can match the amount of playmakers Westmoore returns.

The Jaguars have few holes to fill offensively, especially in the passing game, from last season’s Class 6A semifinal team.

The defensive side of the ball is where the uncertainty lies.

“We’re undersized, but we can run,” said first-year coach Adam Gaylor, who was previously the Broken Arrow defensive coordinator. “We’re going to utilize our speed a lot on defense. We’ll do what we can to use that as a strength instead of viewing it as a weakness.”

Gaylor says the overall speed can often be effectively utilized against the spread offense as it will allow the Jaguars to use a multitude of defensive sets.

The defense also expects to continually develop as a result of competing against a talented offensive in practice.

Senior quarterback Bryson Lee passed for 2,000 yards and 20 touchdowns last season, and his top two targets are back in senior Dahu Green and junior DeShawn Lookout. Both are verbally committed to Division-I programs, Green to Louisville and Lookout to Oklahoma.

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