Sears both rushed and passed for 1,000+ yards last year with a combined 26 touchdowns, but Young also proved to be a threat on the ground.
Massey’s junior quarterback Young rushed for 1,151 yards and 18 scores as a then-sophomore running back. Massey says two weapons will ease the transition in the backfield with Sears’ departure and Young’s position change.
Sears also captained the secondary for Massey’s 8-4 Hornets last year, but the head coach notes Westran entered the summer with fewer defensive questions thanks to the depth of the 2016 team.
Massey and Westran visit Salisbury on Glory 97 week one. Hear Massey’s full interview on the KRES Kickoff Show Monday starting at 5:35pm.
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