Jeff Scott: No Separation

Jeff Scott: No Separation


Jeff Scott: No Separation


All eyes in camp are on the receivers as many believe they are the key to another championship run.  The Tiger receivers had stronger performances in Saturday morning’s scrimmage.

Recruiting coordinator and receivers coach Jeff Scott was pleased with the performance, but said their is still no seperation as a number of receivers continue to battle for playing time.

Marquan Jones, Terrance Ashe and DeAndre Hopkins all played well Saturday.  Ashe had five catches for 76 yards.  Jones had three for 52 yards and a touchdown, while Hopkins added 4 for 52 and a touchdown.

Watch coach Scott discuss Saturday’s scrimmage and his receiver core as they get closer to the season opener.



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