Freeze said he saw mixed results in what the players carried over from the fall and from Sunday’s first practice during Monday’s two-hour workout in helmets and shorts.
“Pretty good at some spots, not so good at others,” Freeze said. “We’re trying to get the young kids more involved.”
One of those is QB Maikhail Miller, from Fulton. “He’s getting a lot more reps. He didn’t get enough last year to have great retention, so that kind of makes plays look bad from time to time,” Freeze said.
The Rebels’ third practice of the spring on Wednesday at 8 a.m. All spring practices are open to the public.