Westmoore Jaguars Team Breakdown – Pigskin Preview 2018 – Presented by Eskridge Honda

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Pigskin 2018 New

Westmoore Jaguars

Coach: Lorenzo Williams

Quick Hits:

The Jaguars lost a ton of production at the skill positions. Wide receiver Jacob Clark will bridge the gap after making a big splash in the Moore War, catching three passes for 83 yards and two touchdowns.

The 2017 Jaguars were the first team in school history to score 50 points or more in five or more games.

Westmoore blasted rivals Moore and Southmoore by a combined score of 103-17, that’s the biggest combined margin since the Moore district expanded to three high schools in 2008.

Last 5 Years:

2017 – 8-3 

2016 – 6-5

2015 – 4-6

2014 – 7-4 

2013 – 10-3

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The name of the Jaguars game this year is aggressive and quick, on both sides of the ball. While there are multiple returning starters who will help carry the team, head coach Lorenzo Williams said that there are also a lot of younger players who need to adjust to the learning curve quickly. Overall, Williams is very excited about the team’s possibilities and the new challenges this season. 

The two pillars of the offensive line will be seniors Layne Grantham (6-2, 306) and Jorge Exinia (6-0, 285). They should lead the offense attacking with tempo and speed. Behind the line, Dayton Wolfe (6-0, 190, So.) looks to carve a spot out for himself as the new starting quarterback. Jace Bohrofen (6-3, 180, Jr.) may also get to throw the ball around a bit, as well as being utilized in the wide receiver position. 

Coach Williams is excited to say that this group is the fastest team he has ever coached, “by far and away.” One person leading the charge of team speed is running back Chris Oliver (5-11, 185, Sr.). Watch for him to pick up a lot of yards this season. 

Another player who will be an essential contributor is Jacob Clark (5-11, 185, Sr.). As the only offensive returner who has scored a touchdown for them on Friday nights, Coach Williams expects big things from him this season. Clark is multi-talented and can utilize his athleticism and speed in many positions, but will be seen the most as a slot wide receiver and running back, and as a kickoff/punt receiver. 


Just as the offense will be fast, fast, fast, the Jaguars defense will also have speed to burn at every position. They will continue to get better with their attacking, “in your face” style of play. Tre’vonne Pierre’s (6-2, 175, Sr.) speed will be an asset as a cornerback. Some of the bulk of the defensive line will come from Nikale Davis (6-3, 235, Jr.) as a defensive end, Davion Dozier (6-0, 265, Sr.) at defensive tackle, and Jordan Hampton (6-0, 195, Jr.) as an outside linebacker. 

The Jaguars will see five defensive starters returning to lead the pack, including a very experienced secondary. Two of the standouts in this department are Zac Johnson (5-9, 170, Sr.) as a free safety, and Kerry Shaw (6-0, 185, Sr.) playing the nickel. 


8-31 – at Moore

9-7 – vs. Southmoore

9-14 – at Mustang

9-21 – at Enid

9-27 – vs. Edmond Memorial

10-5 – at Broken Arrow

10-12 – vs. Yukon

10-18 – vs. Edmond Santa Fe

10-26 – at Norman

11-1 – vs. Jenks