"We have a lot of kids we're rotating through right now, just trying to keep an eye on all of them," Prescott said. "We lift and run three days a week, and then we go out and do some skill development, some individual work with them. We're just about to finish up our seven-on-seven league up in Rochester, as well."
Numerous players have looked strong during summer functions, with Prescott preferring to focus on his seniors. Fullback/linebacker Steven McBride, runningback/linebackers Larry Nice and Eddie Childers, tight end Eli Brubaker, running back Kegan Kern, center Nick Cress and defensive back Zach Holler have all caught Prescott's attention as bright sports during different times this summer.
Junior Nolan Brimbury appears to have the inside track on the quarterback position.
"We'll try multiple formations as we get closer to August 5," Prescott said. "We're going to try to see what our best personnel strengths are and go from there. The most important thing for us is to continue to show up and be committed and continue to work on our conditioning levels so that when we get to the point where we have to start practice, the majority of our team is in shape. We can focus on teaching, skill development and fundamentals and team concepts, and not have to worry about running or kids being tired and not able to focus because they're out of shape."