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Camp Chat: Gadsden County Jaguars

Posted at 12:25 AM, Jul 31, 2019
and last updated 2019-08-01 10:48:58-04

HAVANA, Fl. (WTXL) - The Gadsden County Jaguars were winless last season, not the year they wanted at all. Enter Corey Fuller, who's back at Gadsden County for the third time. Coach is confident this year is going to be a whole lot different, saying his goal is build this program back up. In his first stint with the Jags, they were East Gadsden then. he took them to the Final Four.

He added, this group had a good spring, noting they gained a lot of confidence. They're still working on fundamentals, as well as installing an offense and a defense, and after a summer with tough conditioning work, Coach Fuller said this is a group that's going to be one to watch.

"We're looking forward to it. They'll say they expect me to win, when we win, it won't be a surprise," he said. "The talent is here, the county is dedicated to football now. They're doing what we're doing at the high school level at pop warner and the middle schools now. Everybody is on the same page, lot going on, a lot to fix, we got a grasp where we're at after the spring jamboree. We're going to surprise a lot of people."

Lincoln is the Jaguars fall classic match-up. That game is at Gadsden County on August the 16th.