who will be back this week.”
One of those players back is Dandy Dozen fourstar defensive end Deuntra Hyman, an Ole Miss commitment. Hyman has been dealing with a leg injury for several months but finally seems to be ready to go.
It makes for a tough matchup against SHS’ offensive line, but offensive tackle Kameron Jones isn’t concerned. Jones is using last year’s 20-10 loss at Meridian as motivation.
“I’m expecting them to come off aggressive, but cleared and I’m sure it’s nothing that we can’t handle,” Kameron Jones said. “They have big guys that are aggressive, but you can’t be too scared going into it. We played them before and got beat. We’ve got to go back in it angry.”
The defense gets the biggest boost this week and should be something that
allows the offense to relax a little more than in recent weeks. It’s an offense that has already had some success with Tevarrius Adams at quarterback. In three games, the junior has thrown for 674 yards and five touchdowns and leads the team with his 160 yards rushing. He’s shown some
issues in his control with seven interceptions and coach Jones and the defense will prepare to make him uncomfortable.
Rodrigues Mosley and Jaqarius Dean will attempt to help him out in the backfield and both have nearly 150 yards on the ground this season.
“Offensively, they’ve got a quarterback that can make plays and that’s always a plus to have guys that can make plays when there’s not a play to be made,” coach Jones said. “We’ve got to make sure we play assignment football. They make plays by extending it. We’ll be prepared come Friday.”