Wildcats Training Camp: Day 3
HOUSTON -- The Los Angeles Wildcats switched things up on Day 3 of their training camp Tuesday, electing to go for the heavier practice in the morning with pads followed by a lighter workout on a cool January evening.
As always, the pace was dictated by fiery head coach and general manager Winston Moss.
The players are getting better with each day as they adjust to the schedule, said running back Martez Carter.
"We're flying around. It's good to see guys that are relentless," Carter said. "I feel like if we keep practicing like this, we will be an unstoppable force."
The day featured plenty of work on special teams and several intense 1-on-1 periods.
The Wildcats arrived to their practice facilities in Houston eager to put in work on Tuesday morning.
The Wildcats then returned to the practice field for a quick and chilly evening workout.
The Wildcats worked on their deep balls with the quarterbacks and wide receivers, with offensive coordinator Norm Chow overseeing the execution.
Coordinator Pepper Johnson's defense continues to set the tone for the Wildcats. The unit plays aggressively, through the whistle and intergrates plenty of friendly-ish trash talk.
DID YOU SEE THAT?
Kicker Nick Novak nearly took out the team camera with an excellently placed boot following a successful field-goal attempt.
MEET MR. VAHE
Spoiler Alert: Guard Patrick Vahe is one of the coolest guys on the Wildcats.
And when the pads come on, and the hitting starts, "it's the best feeling ever!"
"Today was a good day. Our defense played aggressively and the offense is starting to come along. We just need to get better every day."