Many high school quarterbacks would be happy to have one or two go-to receivers they can trust and depend on in pressure situations to make plays.
Wylie’s K.J. Long feels like he has four or five of those.
Blessed with the deepest and most talented receiving corps the Bulldogs have had in years, Long has led an offense that has averaged 470.7 yards and 29.3 points per game through the first three weeks of the season. And while a running game that is chewing up 243 yards per outing has played a significant role in WHS’ offensive success, the senior quarterback gives his pass-catchers a lot of credit for the team’s newfound explosiveness.