Waiters isn't the only reason why ASA Miami has outscored its opponents 116-6 in their first two games however. In their 62-6 win over the University of Fort Lauderdale a group of talented running backs and wide receivers continued to make plays for the Storms offense.
A pair of Sophomore's led the way Saturday afternoon for ASA. Running back Erick Hardnett finished with 97 yards rushing and two touchdowns, while both of Anthony Rhynes' catches (37, 35) went for touchdowns. Even though freshman receiver Steavenson Fernand did not record a touchdown catch Saturday, he is currently tied for fourth in the country in receiving touchdowns.
The defense continues to dominate for ASA Miami. Saturday they forced four turnovers (3 interceptions; 1 fumble) against the Eagles. Standout sophomore Shamar Hamilton played well recording seven tackles, three which went for a loss and one sack. The one negative for ASA Miami were the 12 penalties for 95 yards they committed Saturday afternoon.
Head coach Chris Boden was not happy with his team in that aspect.
"We can't extend drives for other teams because of penalties. We can't put ourselves in second and long or third and long on offense due to mental mistakes."
Coach Boden says they will work on fixing those mental mistakes in practice.
Next for the Silver Storm is Alabama Prep Academy on Sept. 17 at Ted Hendricks Stadium @ 1PM.