One of the drawbacks of placing a week's worth of hitting in a teams's football camp is holding players back and then them blasting each other. After all, most of the summer work is offensive, and the defense that accompanies the 7-on-7 team is only allowed to touch an opponent to record a tackle.
"They've wanted to hit right away. That's never been a problem with us," Morris coach Alan Thorson said. "Monday was the first day and an offensive day and the team came ready to hit. Guys like (Collin) Grogan and (Nik) Countryman, we've had to hold them back with quick whistles because we don't want to come out of camp with injuries."
Grogan is a running back on offense who last year was seen dishing out as much punishment as he was taking it. He's also doubling as the Redskins nose tackle this year, so he has definitely been itching to hit to this point.
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