Ayo Ojolola is a 2010 defensive end out of Suwanee (GA) North Gwinnett and you can see him in action…
WK 1 Chalk Talk: Buford Wolves
Generally speaking, a school with a larger student enrollment will produce more talent than a school with a smaller enrollment; tell that to the Buford Wolves, they didn't get the memo. Traveling from Georgia to Texas to compete against a school in the states largest class, Buford not only won the game they won going away. Scout.com breaks down the 3 key factors in the Buford victory. 1)Big Plays With the game knotted at 7 after one quarter of play, Buford's Cody Getz returned a punt 35 yards for a TD. The touchdown gave Buford the momentum and they went on to score 21 unanswered points. Another Buford big play came moments after Timberview scored cutting Buford's lead to 7 (28-21). RB Storm Johnson took a hand off, bounced outside, and raced 74 yards for a score. Like their first TD, that score led to another. 2)Won the Turn Over Battle Buford had three key interceptions; two that led to touchdowns and another that sealed the fate of the Timberview Wolves. Teams that win the turn-over battle usually win the game. 3) Coaching The Buford coaching staff were prepared. They schemed Timberview perfectly on both sides of the ball. On defense, they limited Timberview and Minnesota RB commit Eric Stephens to 89 yards. They gave up a bunch of yards in the air however the players were in position to make the play. It showed as they did managed three picks. On offense, they ran 37 times and chewed up valuable clock time. Their combination of thunder and lighting running, wore down Timberview in the heat. The platooning of their backs kept them fresh and ready to go. Their pass game was just as efficient going 6-7. Though they did not throw a lot, they kept the "D" honest. The caches called a wonderful game. Must Improve Pass Defense/Cover Skill The coaches called a wonderful game. The Buford secondary was in the position they needed to be in order to make the play and they did not execute. They gave up 228 receiving yards. Most of the yards came because the secondary kept the ball in front of them and rallied up for the tackle however they let the ball get over their heads on more then one occasion. Overall Buford is a confidant team. They are young but they do not know that he should be green. They play hard, smart, and together. If they continue to progress like expected, they will be tough to beat and the talented trio of RBs (Storm Johnson, Cody Getz, and Jessel Curry) will run behind Georgia OL commit Dallas Lee, all the way to another state championship.
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