Mobile County's football media days
Mobile County's High School Media Day kicked off on Monday for the two-day event at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. From the schools that attended, here are excerpts from four of the teams that attended the event.
Baker went 9-2 last season. The Hornets lost to Prattville in overtime in the first round of the playoffs. Head coach Danny Smith
Senior Holden Verdin was a starting wide receiver for the Hornets last year before moving to quarterback this year.
CB Bobby Flatt went from flag football to a D1 offer from South Alabama after one year on the field. He verbally committed to the Jaguars this week.
St. Paul's went 15-0 last season and won the 5A title in 2014. Head coach Steve Mask
Four-star DL/OL Darius Whitfield is expected to announce his college decision Oct. 13. His top options include LSU, Miami, South Carolina and Florida.
Duel-threat quarterback Miller Mosley will lead the Saints as a senior. He will announce his college decision before school starts in the fall.
The Jackets ended last year with a 4-6 last season. Head coach Caleb Ross
The Spartans finished 13-2 making it to the 6A championship. Saraland fell to Clay Chalkville. Head coach Jeff Kelley
Sophomore quarterback Jack West. West has already received multiple offers, including Alabama, Auburn, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and more.
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