Joshua Stanford talked about his first year in the program, we also talked briefly with Aaron Moorehead.
On his approach t the spring: “I’m just trying to get better every single day. I know I have a lot of work to do. I know it sounds cliché, but I feel like if I can get better in one thing every single day, by August 31 I’ll be in good shape.”
On what he wants to focus on: “There’s a lot of things. There are a lot of little intricacies…as far as coming off the ball, how to come off the ball, how to run the route, how to trap the ball, adjusting to the ball…there are a lot of little things and details that Coach Loeffler and Coach Moorehead are coaching us.”
On Moorehead’s new approach, compared to Kevin Sherman’s: “It was an adjustment for the better. Coach Moorehead, a younger guy, he played in the NFL. Coach Loeffler, Coach Moorehead bring good energy to the receivers and the offense. We feed off their energy. Since Coach Moorehead played the position, he’s got a lot of little tricks to help us get open. He coaches everybody to what they need. He has his notes, and everybody’s name has something specific they need to work on.”
On what Moorehead says Stanford needs to get better at: “Pumping my arms. When I get to breaks, pumping my arms out of breaks. My plant foot, sometimes I round out of my cuts. Releases, you have to work different releases. Corners switch their technique, so we have to switch our technique...
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