Daytona Beach Hawgs Training Camp Report
THE HIGHLIGHT ON OFFENSE: QB Neal Sharma [saves us from updating the QB situation] "He made the right reads and got the ball to the receivers. Neal looked confident and relaxed and threw the ball when it needed to go.
THE HIGHLIGHT ON DEFENSE: FS Mike James. "Mike shut down a lot of receivers today. He has the indoor experience and the athletic ability to get the job done."
THE LOCALS: WR Joe Giddens (Mainland, Bethune-Cookman College, teaching at Spruce Creek) stepped when the offense was in the red zone. "I'm expecting a lot of things from Joe and know he'll keep up the good work,'' Bryson said.
KISS KISSIMMEE GOODBYE: Bryson pulled the team out of a scrimmage with Kissimmee slated for Saturday. "I'm not going to get my guys banged up for a meaningless game. It'd be good to have some turf experience, but I want to get healthy." The team will have a full-contact, simulated game experience Saturday at 11 a.m. at Derbyshire Field.
OUT FOR THE SEASON: Duane Hagstrom's training camp injuries required surgery and will cause him to miss the season. "It's unfortunate, but he knows that he's still a part of this team.
THANK YOU ERIE: Bryson put WR Erie Williams on the spot, saying if Williams could finish a sprint in less than eight seconds, then practice would be over. Williams did it in 7.0 seconds.
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