Adams happy with defense’s consistencyPublished 2:00pm Saturday, July 13, 2013
MONTGOMERY — Hunter Adams just wanted to see some consistency from his Holtville squad Thursday during Faulkner’s 7-on-7 passing camp. Especially on the defensive side of the ball.
“The last one of these we did — in Autaugaville — we were extremely inconsist on the defensive side of the ball,” said Adams. “I think we improved as the day went on.”
The Bulldogs finished 3-3 defeating Trinity, St. James and Alabama Christian.
“I thought we competed very well all day,” said Adams. “We lost by one point to Shaw (Columbus, Ga.) and that was tough but we still played well.”
In an offense not-designed to throw the ball around 60 times a game, Adams was pleased with the work of his quarterback Zach Davis.
“He threw the ball really well,” said Adams. “This was, by far, his most consistent day. He stepped in with some authority and the threw into some really tight windows.”
He also praised the efforts of 6-foot-1, 225-pound Tekel Bozeman.
“With his size, he’s going to create match-up problems for a lot of defenses,” said Adams.