Westminster has talent. The two Division I commits says as much.
The problem for Thomasville, which hosts the talented Wildcats at 7:30 p.m. today at Veterans Memorial Stadium, is that the two Boston College pledges aren’t the only talent on the Westminster roster.
“They’re very well-coached, physical and they’ve got some very good players,” Thomasville coach Leroy Ryals said. “We’ve got our hands full, we really do.”
That handful begins with senior wide receiver and linebacker Cameron Seward, one of the future Eagles. The other BC commitment is offensive lineman and defensive end Sam Schmal.
However, even with those two leading the way for the 1-2 Wildcats, Ryals isn’t sure they are the best players his 2-1 Bulldogs will encounter tonight. Instead, he is worried about 6-foot, 180-pound sophomore wideout Nygel Edmonds, who also plays cornerback on the defensive side.
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