"We have a lot of question marks," said Large. "We had one of our best weeks ever up at William Jewell, but we still need practice time to answer some questions. The players have worked hard this summer and have done a great job of preparing for the upcoming season. Now we have to make sure that we as coaches are putting them in the best place to help our team be successful."
Cassville sent 72 players to the William Jewell camp this year.
"Preseason polls are good for the fans but that is about it," he said. "Everyone knows we graduated a lot of starters, so I would say the other coaches are recognizing us more for the program that we have established more than anything."
After graduating so many starters from last year, Large is very open minded when it comes to positioning his players.
"I would say there is a good chance that Ricky Nichols will be our quarterback and Trey Rose will be our strong safety. Outside of that, nothing is set."
In response to "What's the most encouraging thing to report?," Large answered, "Kelly Wade only has a few more weeks left until he can don the #1 Wildcat jersey and start dancing on the sidelines again."
This week, the Wildcat football team is participating in two-a-days with practice sessions from 7 to 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 to noon each day.