August 24, 2010
Redmond ready for season opener
Harrison Central's Nick Redmond was like many other Mississippi high school players last week having to wait to begin his senior season.
But the 6-foot-5, 312-pound tackle took advantage of the night off to scout their week one opponent D'Iberville.
"I guess it's a good thing," Redmond said. "A lot of us went and saw D'Iberville play. I think we've got a pretty good chance at beating them. Offensively they run up the middle a lot and if you clog up the middle then they weren't good at running outside last week. Defensively they don't run a true 50. They blitz their dogs a lot and looks more like a 3-3 but their dogs come just about every play."
The Red Rebels began the 2009 season with a 34-7 win over D'Iberville and Redmond hopes they can repeat that feat.
Harrison Central has been preparing hard for the opener which has benefitted the Mississippi State commitment individually.
"Practice is all good," Redmond said. "We've been practicing like three and half to four hours every day. This is the best shape that I've ever been in going into a season."
The three-star prospect visited his future home last month and worked with offensive line coach John Hevesy for the first time.
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