Ballhawks On Defense
The defense had a great day, hauling in four interceptions on the day.
On the pass intended for Ross, the junior wideout actually appeared to bring down the pass, but as he landed, Miller reached in and stole the ball and then took off running the other way.
Jusstis Warren grabbed a short pass from Carta-Samuels that was intended for tight end Will Dissly and corner Darren Gardenhire hauled in an underthrown pass by Browning on the sideline that was intended for Ross.
The defense consistently got pressure on both quarterbacks throughout practice.
Defensive tackle Elijah Qualls was almost unstoppable up front. He regularly got penetration, regardless who was across from him and he rushed from several different positions.
On another play, Qualls got pressure off the edge and got a sack on Browning and two plays later, he forced Browning to move up and Psalm Wooching was able to get the touch sack before he could get the ball off.
Offensive Line Rotation
It's hard to really read anything into who starts fall camp at a certain position, but it is interesting to see Kirkland in the spot that McGary had manned as a redshirt freshman last season.
Mixing And Matching
Down But Not Out
While the defense definitely won the day, evidenced by the offense running gassers at the end of practice, the offense still made some plays worth noting.
On a short pass from Browning to running back Myles Gaskin, the second-year tailback got into space and made Victor's legs buckle as he cut back against the grain.
The move drew ohs and ahs from his teammates and those in attendance.
Carta-Samuels actually had the pass of the day, hitting tight end Jeff Lindquist in between two defenders.
The sophomore quarterback had to drop the ball over Sean Constantine and in front of McIntosh and it was placed perfectly for Lindquist to grab it in traffic.
Visitors In The House
2019 Graham (Wa.) Kapowsin QB Dylan Morris was on hand for today's workout while two coaches from Eastside Catholic, including head coach Jeremy Thielbahr, were also there.
The players who will take part in the second workout of the day, mostly the true freshmen, redshirt freshmen and a few select veterans, were also on hand to watch the vets take the field and get to work.