Any offense is only as good as its field general and Bulloch Academy has one of the best around. Senior quarterback Loy Waters is in his second season as the Gators’ starter and has made the triple-option attack look like a finely tuned machine.
“There’s a lot that goes into making the offense work,” said Waters. “We see a lot of different defenses, so I always have to be sure that I’m making the right reads.
“It takes a lot of work to get the timing of the blocking and execution right, but I’ve got a lot of great teammates that prepare just as hard and make this offense work.”
Waters ran for a touchdown and connected with Harrison Averitt for a 68 yard touchdown pass in the Gators’ 28-0 victory over Trinity Christian last week.
Bulloch has racked up 145 points in cruising to a 4-0 record so far this season, but its defense — which Waters also plays a part in as a starting linebacker — stole the show with last week’s shutout.
The Gators face Brentwood this week.