"We had our preseason game against Dillard the other night," London said. "We won, but could have done better offensively. I would say that there are some question marks on the offensive line still."
There are always lofty expectations for Aquinas. London believes that there is a need for some of the younger players to be part of the bigger picture and once that happens this could be a state championship team.
"We always set out to win it all. We need to have some players, the younger players, step up this year. It's all about being a team. I really feel like this team can win state."
London is setting up some official visits during the season. The three-star and No. 68 running back in the nation wants to see what it's like in Lincoln for a home game.
"I am looking forward to the visit. I have a great relationship with the Nebraska staff and I want to see their fan base, see the team chemistry and see if I can fit in there."
The highly touted running back has a top five and says that he's looking for a school that when he's done he can spend the rest of his life there. The player to coach relationship is also very important to him.
"My top five are Nebraska, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Illinois and Mississippi State. I want to go somewhere I can spend the rest of my life. I am looking for a great coach-player relationship and I am looking for the best possible opportunity."