stepped up this spring. That young man is Jones, who Hudspeth labeled “the surprise of the spring.”
“He hasn’t played very much
at all until now,” Hudspeth said. “He’s been very productive this spring and has worked hard and has learned the offense and I’ve been really proud of him.”
Hudspeth has also been pleased with the work ethic of another pair
of youngsters. Warren, a freshman, as well as Christian Roberson have also impressed and shown improvement according to Hudspeth. It nothing else, their progression will provide greater depth for the Bulldogs.
Right now, more than four months away from the season opener, improvement is really all Hudspeth can ask for from all of his guys. He has seen that from practice to practice this spring.
By the fall, Hudspeth is confident
his tight ends will be prepared to be a vital part of whatever Moorhead wants to do.
“Once we can get it down and master it, I think we have the chance to be pretty special offensively,” Hudspeth said.