Capital Crusaders (0-8, 0-7 OAC) at Willmington(1-7, 1-6 OAC)
Saturday, November 9, 1:30 pm | Williams Stadium (Wilmington, Ohio)
SCOUTING THE FIGHTIN' QUAKERS
The Quakers (1-7, 1-6 OAC) are having similar struggles as the Crusaders with offensive production lacking (16.4 ppg) and the defense surrendering far too many points (42.9). QB Kyle Barrett leads the offense and is approaching 2,000 passing yards on the season, averaging 238.5 yards per game and completing 59 percent of his pass attempts. He has 12 touchdowns to nine interceptions. Sophomore WRs Ace Taylor and Itika Wynn Jr. both have 50 or more catches this season, and three receivers have 500 or more yards. Wynn has 50 catches and team-highs in yards (765) and touchdown catches (7). The play calling is balanced with 250 passes to 232 rushes, but the offense seems to flow better through the air. Senior RB Gino Hinton Jr. leads the running game with 73 rushes and 301 yards. Barrett has found the endzone most often with three rushing touchdowns. Junior DB Ameer Jackson leads the team with 85 tackles and four pass defenses. Fellow DB Tre'Quez Parks is third on the team with 72 tackles, a team-high two sacks, and has one of the team's two interceptions. Junior LB Tavion Bryant leads the second level defenders with 79 tackles, 11 of those for a loss, and two forced fumbles.
- Senior WR David Barnett is also quickly approaching some Capital career receiving records. Barnett is:
- 8 receptions away from becoming #2 in all-time catches, and 9 catches away from becoming #1
- 4 touchdown catches away from becoming #1 all-time in a career