Breaking down the Bulldogs’ offense

Published: Tuesday, June 4, 2013 at 06:02 PM.

"There's a lot of fundamental improvement to be made. He's a great athlete and a good receiver. He's probably going be offered at receiver (to play college ball), but he's got to play quarterback for us."

Foster handled the pressure well in his first game as the starting quarterback, and should only improve with more experience, Hatten said.

Foster is joined at quarterback by Troy Smith and Corey Armstrong. Armstrong missed spring practice with what Hatten described as a slight knee problem, but he'll have a chance to battle for the starting job in the fall.

"He's going to come in at quarterback and he's going to compete," Hatten said. "He's going to play other positions on offense too.

"I think Corey is going to come in there and provide us with an adequate backup. I can't say that he's not going to come in there and beat him (Foster) out. He may beat him out, but Khalil Foster will be on the field somewhere."

Alex Maxwell will probably be the junior varsity quarterback.

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