The Dawson County Tigers continued the rebuilding process for 2019 on June 11-12 as the team participated in the first of three full pad skills camps at Pickens County High School. With two weeks of practice in the books, the camp was the first chance for offensive coordinator Andy LeBlanc to run plays at contact speed.
“It’s another opportunity to evaluate the kids,” LeBlanc said. “With so many positions still open on the roster this gives them a chance to show us what they’re made of.”
Over a dozen teams from across northeast Georgia attended the two-day event with most of region 7-AAA on hand for what also served as a first chance to get a glimpse of this year’s opposition.
Both days of camp started with the team being broken down by position and squad, and then walking through the playset for the day to learn the various scenarios, placements, and schemes that make up the Tigers playbook.