Several Cane Offensive Players Talk GT

Read on to see what several Hurricane offensive players are saying about this week's game against Georgia Tech.

Mark Walton, Soph., RB

On what has pleased him the most about the offense through three games…

“The ability to put up points, the ability to trust one another and go out there and fight for one another.”

On Ahmmon Richards getting Co-ACC Rookie of the Week two weeks ago…

“He earned it, it’s a huge compliment for him. He worked every day since fall, you can see it in his performance from the game.”


Stacy Coley, Sr., WR.

On the next step for the offense..

“Just keep working hard in practice. Show our talent in practice and the game will come easy to us.”

On what has changed on third downs since last season…

“Coach Dugans just emphasizes on catching the ball, seeing the ball through and Brad [Kaaya] delivering the ball, so we just make plays on 3rd down.”

On how he feels about the season so far…

“I feel like we’re in a great position right now and have to keep moving forward. Just keep working hard in practice hard, giving the defense a good look, have the defense give us a good look. Then on game day we just make it easy.”


Dayall Harris, R-So., WR.

On how he’s felt he has played these first three games

“I’ll say that I’ve been doing pretty well. I wouldn’t give myself an A, just because being a competitor; I know I could do a lot better. So I’d give myself a B.”

On what has pleased him about the offense so far..

“That there is no favoritism on where the ball goes to, it’s basically whosever open, gets the ball.”


Ahmmon Richards, Fr., WR

On how he feels about his award from two weeks ago…

“I was really excited when it first happened, but I just try to move on from it. Not let it build up in my head.”

On if it’s hard staying grounded being a true freshman with early success…

“No, because my dad called me after the game and reminded about the drop I had, so that’s just how he is. He sees the good, but always sees the bad and reminds me of it, so he keeps me grounded.”


Christopher Herndon IV, Jr., TE

On how impressed he is at his offense

“It’s just a product of us working hard every day, competing every day. Not just against ourselves, but the defense are giving us good looks every day, so on game days when big plays happen we’re not really surprised.”

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