Players didn’t run the right routes, didn’t line up properly and made several mistakes that caused the coaches to strain their vocal chords all afternoon.
“We’re not doing well at all, but it’s not bad for a first day,” DeVoursney said. “We’ve got 80 guys out here now and we’ll see what he have during these next two weeks. We’ll see who wants to stick around and try to get a state championship ring.”
DeVoursney said he has seven returning lettermen on offense and seven returning players on defense.
Several familiar faces were on the field for the Bears Monday, including starting quarterback Marcus Waller, running backs Denarius “Pooh” Appling, Darrin “Buck” Hancock and D.J. Morgan, and wide receiver Brandon Williamson.
Blake Durden was again manning the offensive line and young secondary player Chandler Worthy was playing on defense.