Bucs hit field for final practice prior to Saturday's Spring Game

Bucs hit field for final practice prior to Saturday's Spring Game

CHARLESTON, S.C. - Charleston Southern football wrapped up their final practice of the Spring season on Friday morning as the Buccaneers hit the field at 6 a.m. CSU went through a brief practice session before beginning their walkthrough leading up to Saturday's Spring Game at Buccaneer Field.

The Spring Game is set to begin at 1 p.m. with gates opening at noon. Among the featured festivities on the day include an Alumni flag football game starting at 2 p.m. at Buccaneer Field, while Head Coach Autry Denson is scheduled to throw out the first pitch at the CSU baseball game at 4 p.m.

The CSU Athletic Communications staff caught up with rising sophomore wide receiver Cayden Jordan as they continued their spring Q&A session with the Buccaneers.

How has the spring practice schedule been so far?
"Spring is going good so far. Offense and defense we still have to improve overall. I like where we are going right now."

When people come to watch the Spring Game, what will they notice about the offense and the wide receiver group on Saturday?
"I say a lot of tempo; this new offense we have going on right now – there's a lot of tempo. We'll be moving around and throwing it around a lot."

From your perspective, how has the shift in the offense, as well as the tempo in practice helped the wide receiver group?
"It's awesome. I think it's going to help the team a lot. We have some good dudes out there and we'll be able to use everyone's abilities on the field."

Two new coaches working with the receivers in Felton Huggins and Antwan Toomer. How have they been in helping the coaching staff?
"I enjoy it. There's a lot of energy with both of them. I think it helps they are young and have been in the game recently. There's a lot of connection between them and us and it's helped get everyone on the same page."

Overall as a unit, what is it like being a wide receiver at Charleston Southern?
"We have good vibes. When we make a mistake, everyone is involved. We're always coaching each other up and getting our stuff done."

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