"His interception was just a poor choice.
"He is at this best when he is out of the pocket," said Anderson. "When he is on the move and running you saw what he did. When he is out in the open he plays better."
- Luke Ferguson hit field goals of 36, 32 and 32 yards and was perfect on eight extra points.
- Tres Houston caught a 70-yard pass for a score from Brandon Cox and Dezmon Stegall hit Mays for a 17-yard score and Jerry Moorehead from 43 yards.
- Paschal grabbed 6 passes for 60 yards and Lee caught 4 for 88. J.D. McKissic had 6 receptions for 62 yards.
- Michael Gordan ran 53 yards on 11 carries and DeKeathan Williams had 55 yards on 7 carries. Br> - Tyler Greve received valuable time at center with Bryce Giddens at center, a two-year starter, out with a concussion. Giddens did not play in any of the scrimmages.
Anderson's on guys who improved a lot this spring – wide receivers Carl Lee and Dijon Paschal, running back DeKeathan Williams and defensive end Jonah Hill, who made the move from tight end.
Chris Stone, the returning starter at defensive end and like Hill a former tight end, said Hill also impressed him this spring as did redshirt freshmen defensive end Ja'Von Jones.
"I thought Xavier Woodson and Quanterio Heath had good games and they had been kinda quiet lately," Anderson said.
The passing game was good at times.
"We have a long way to go,'' Anderson said. "We are still prone to the critical mistakes now and then."
"Our running back depth is very, very scary," said Bell.
Spring practice concludes with a final workout on Monday.
The team reports for fall workouts on July 30 although most of the players will spend the summer in Jonesboro.