Fresch Looking to Jump-Start Offense

Most teams that have a player who runs sub-4.4 seconds in the 40-yard-dash typically try to get that player the ball in a number of ways.

And Round Rock Stony Point 2012 receiver prospect Braizon Fresch is no exception. After starting the season purely as a receiver — and showing glimpses of his potential through 7-on-7 play — Fresch found himself on an offense that struggled at times to get the ball. So he began to transition to a second position: Wildcat quarterback.

I just do what I can to try and help my team," Fresch said. "I started off as a receiver, but I was transformed into a bit more of a utility player. If you need me to run the ball, catch it or throw it, I'll do what I can."

Fresch will likely see his role increase as the year goes on, and he expects the offense to pick things up as well.

"I have no doubt about our offense," Fresch said. "We have some really good players and we just can't keep turning the ball over and making mistakes. Our main problem is turnovers, and that's a mental thing. But as the season goes on and we gain experience, it will all fall into place. I know it will."

Fresch didn't find his way onto the varsity until this season, which means he's largely gone under-recruited. Multiple teams have expressed an interest in seeing his senior film, though.

"I just have to play harder and do what I can to get rated," Fresch said. "I feel like what I do is pretty good, but maybe to other coaches, it's not the best. I just have to keep working hard."

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