"We started practice on Monday," Graham Stoddard said. "We have been having two-a-days ever since. We are coming together well. Our defense and offense is doing good."
"We should be better than last year. We went 11-1. We lost in the quarter-finals. I am playing both sides of the ball. I will play bone back--it's like a powerback and fullback. I'll play outside linebacker as well."
Stoddard hit the summer camp circuit and continues to wait for his first offer.
"Out of all the team camps I went to Nebraska was good. It was the best camp out of all of them because of the things we did and how it was handled. It was above and beyond all the other camps."
When asked his interest of the in-state school Stoddard replied, "I like that it's a really awesome football atmosphere. There is a lot of support behind the team. It's one of the greatest football schools in the nation."
Stoddard has his senior season to catch the attention of college recruiters and eager to showcase his skills on the gridiron.
"I don't have any offers yet, just a bunch of interest. Most of my interest is coming from Colorado State, Vanderbilt, South Dakota State and Nebraska. I don't have any favorites. I am keeping my options open and waiting to see what happens," he said.
"Schools say they like me and that I am a top prospect. They are waiting to see my senior film after a few games. We'll then go from there."