Spring practices around the state of Florida getting underway Wednesday. We begin our look at teams from around our area as we take a look at Mosley High School and their new Head Coach Jeremy Brown.
Coach Brown comes to Mosley after most recently coaching Jefferson County High School where he won a Class 1-A state title.
The Dolphins have a lot of key positions they need to fill including at Quarterback where two year starter Zach Rhodes is graduating.
Mosley has struggled against class 6-A schools the last two years only winning two out of ten district games.
Now, the Dolphins population has decreased and Mosley has been moved down to class 5-A, in the same district with Bay, Arnold and Rutherford.
New Head Coach Brown said this spring they will be working on effort and learning the new system.
"you know right now it's a matter of continuing to put in our system and a big part of our system is to play with a lot of effort so we are going to spend a lot of time this spring coaching effort and coaching kids to play football the right way you know it's suppose to be fun it's a violent sport so we want them to play fast to play smart and play violent"