HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - The year 2017 wasn’t what Wade Waldrop wanted for his program coming off three straight playoff appearances.
Injuries had a lot to do with that, but they return dual threat Quarterback Jamil Muhammad who missed last season with a knee injury.
“That’s probably our deepest position, but to have a guy back that has eight or nine games experience, playoff experience -it’s great, not to mention how hungry he is,” said Wade Waldrop, James Clemens High School head coach.
Three wins last year won’t cut it for the Jets program. They missed the playoffs for the first time in three years, things get real August 24 against highly ranked Thompson in the Champions Classic in Montgomery.