Panama City Beach, FL-- We start tonight with some high school football. The Arnold Marlins, like the other four Bay County programs looking ahead to Friday night's Spring Jamboree. That will put the wraps on three weeks of work for James Hale and his Marlins.
Still it's just another step towards the building of the 2011 Arnold football team, the work will have to continue into the Summer. Hale hoping that both tomorrow and into the dog days of August he'll get leadership from two standout players who already committed to big time division one programs, Andre Allen who's an Ole Miss commit, and Eddie Williams who's declared for 'bama.
Arnold Head Coach
"They're really gonna have to step up and provide the leadership because now they're seniors. And if they do that I don't think we'll have any problems. But I've seen teams before you get to be a senior and you make all this commitments and all of a sudden you feel like you don't have to work quite as hard, you got it made. And I'll tell you right now, the University of Alabama, they see someone not performing to the best of their ability at all times, they'll say hey, forget about that. Same thing with Ole Miss, they see him not performing the best he can, they'll got to someone else, they know that."
The Marlins will play in the 4th and 5th quarters of tomorrow night's Jamboree at Tommy Oliver, both against Mosley.