2017 Pigskin Preview: Westmoore Jaguars Team Breakdown – Presented by Eskridge Honda


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Coach: Lorenzo Williams

9-1 – vs. Moore

9-8 – at Southmoore

9-15 – vs. Edmond North

9-21 – vs. Bixby

9-29 – at Edmond Memorial

10-6 – vs. Broken Arrow

10-12 – at Norman

10-19 – at Edmond Santa Fe

10-27 – vs. Jenks

11-3 – at Yukon

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Quick Hits:

Quarterback Braxton Bohrofen fired three 4th quater TD passes in a 42-40 loss to Norman North in the first round of the playoffs. Bohrofen finished the contest with 5 for the game.

Expectations will be high for the Jaguars in 2017, Westmoore last claimed a district championship in 2006.

Running back Braxton George broke the single game school rushing record against Norman with 308 yards in a 59-41 win over the Tigers

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Last 5 Years:
2016 – 6-5

2015 – 4-6

2014 – 7-4

2013 – 10-3

2012 – 6-5

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In 2016, the Jaguars averaged 39.9 points per game, making them one of the most prolific offenses in the state. This season, with nine starters coming back, the Jaguars again look ready to pounce.

The triggerman for the offense this year will be VYPE Top 100 selection Braxton Bohorfen (6-2, 205, Sr.). Last season, Bohorfen threw for 3,124 yards and 24 touchdowns while completing nearly 60 percent of his passes.

James Palmer (6-3, 220, Sr.), who will start at tight end, also is a Top 100 selection and will be a major threat for Bohorfen to use in the passing attack this year. Another premier target in the aerial assault will be wide receiver Damoriea Vick (6-4, 200, Sr.), who caught 68 passes for 806 yards and 14 touchdowns a year ago.

In the rushing attack, Westmoore will feature yet another Top 100 player in running back Braxton George (5-10, 185, Sr.). In 2016, George ran for 1,277 yards and 16 touchdowns on 137 carries. George also had 336 receiving yards, three receiving touchdowns, a kick return for a touchdown and a punt return for a touchdown.

In the trenches, expect Layne Granthum (6-3, 300, Jr.) to lead the big hogs up front. In addition, the Jaguars received a huge boost with the transfer of VYPE Top 100 player Brey Walker (6-7, 320, Sr.). Walker will firm up the left side of the line.


Westmoore also will be a very experienced group on defense this year with seven returning starters.

At inside linebacker, Ryan Clark (6-0, 200, Sr.) brings an aggressive mindset and an ability to chase down any opposing ball carrier.  In 2016, Clark had a whopping 91 tackles to go with 12 pass breakups, eight tackles for loss and seven sacks. Jake Martel (6-0, 190, Sr.) will play outside linebacker this year for the Jaguars after piling up 69 tackles, one interception, 10 pass breakups, two sacks and 10 quarterback hurries last year. Zane Vasquez (5-11, 175, SO) could see action right away at linebacker.

On the defensive line, Westmoore will have three very talented players leading the way. That group all starts with Isaiah Hernandez (5-11, 310, Sr.) at nose guard, then only gets stronger with Ethan Steward (5-11, 230, Sr.) and Davion Collins (6-2, 255, Sr.). In 2016, Steward had 74 tackles and five sacks while Collins added 58 stops and seven sacks.

In the defensive backfield, look for Kerry Shaw (6-0, 205, Jr.) to get a solid amount of playing time along with Vick, who will also play somewhere in the secondary at times along with his duties at wide receiver.

Overall, Westmoore head coach Lorenzo Williams said he expects big things from his team this year.

“We are looking for our leadership to take a big step forward with a senior heavy team this year,” Williams said.