Offensive coordinator Mike Bobo said Mason “has done a nice job going where he’s supposed to with the ball.”
Linemen putting wrap on football careers
Among the 27 players who will be recognized Saturday on Senior Day are two offensive linemen who are wrapping up their college careers with eligibility remaining.
“X has really fought through a lot of injuries and stuff and just has never really been healthy,” center David Andrews said. “I know he’s had the chance to medical (disqualification) and things like that. I just respect that he stuck it out and kept practicing and doing what he could.”
Bobo said that Ward and DeBell decided this would be their last seasons a while ago.
DeBell, from Tarpon Springs, Fla., “is ready to go onto the next part of his life,” Andrews said. “Football comes to an end for everyone here.”
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Freshman Jacob Park is serving as the scout team quarterback for Georgia Tech. “He’s been doing good every week,” Herrera said. “:He can throw the ball really good and he can run the ball good, too. He gives great looks.”
Defensive end commitment Natrez Patrick was at practice Tuesday. The Mays High senior plans to enroll early.