West Florida Tech covets playoff success
Harry Lees built a winner at West Florida Tech. He's moved on to Milton, but the Jaguars feel they can carry on the success and more.
At least nine wins in five of the last six seasons is an impressive run, but West Florida hasn't had much success come playoff time, something they are very aware of.
Rhett Summerford, promoted to head coach after six years as defensive coordinator, said he's committed to continuing Lees' vision, but he's targeting more physical play on offense. It's something that's been costly in a lot of those playoff losses.
The O-line returns four starters, and the one new guy, Darius Washington, may be the best prospect. Moving over from defense, he's quickly landed division one offers.
Trevor Jordan was part of a platoon as a quarterback as a sophomore, but the job is all his this season. On defense, the Jags have a stud on the line in four-year starter Adarius McWilliams, and they are especially stacked in the secondary.
The big question mark is replacing standout linebacker Kalia Davis, but they think they've found an answer in Antirious Moultrie.