Practice Makes Perfect

Cy Springs DB Myles Mass is always working on his craft

Mass and the Panthers will have a ton of work to do this season if they want to make a playoff run Vype.com

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This past Saturday was a morning full of position based drills at the illustrious Blitz Football field, home of the footwork extraordinaire himself Rischad Whitfield (Footwork King). Whitfield attracted a nice group of athletes out to get some fine-tuning before two-a-days began for high school football programs.

Cypress Springs standout defensive back Myles Mass was a prominent name that came out to get some extra work. Doing whatever it takes to elevate his game is what Mass prides himself on. Working with Whitfield and his training staff has helped Mass perfect his technique and overall game.

“As a (defensive back) you want to work on your craft always,” Mass said. “That’s always number one for me, working on my craft and becoming a better DB, not only for me but for my team.”

 

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