The junior college wide receiver transfer impressed in 7-on-7 drills by using his big 6-foot-5 frame to go over the top of defenders and make some tough grabs. McClover played in just four games last year due to injury but has demonstrated high level speed both on the football field and the track.
The senior defensive end will be counted on as a major leader this year and he got off to a great start in fall camp on Saturday. The 252 pounder reached his hand up to deflect a pass from Dasher during 7-on-7 drills, leading to an interception for freshman safety Denzell Guerra. That was the first of three interceptions by the defense on the day.
Honeycutt is the best and most experienced receiver returning to the roster in 2008 and he played like it on Saturday. He looked smooth and fluid catching all four passes that came his way and continued to show why he is the best route runner among all Blue Raider receivers. The 5-9, 172 pound junior continues to play beyond his size.