Humphreys takes command of Korea race
CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea – David Key began the season at outside linebacker, but was moved inside by Humphreys’ coaching staff to provide more of a presence in the middle. The freshman has thus far rewarded their faith.
Key recorded 10 tackles, one sack and a fumble recovery, leading a stingy defense that kept its opponent’s offense off the scoreboard for the second straight week as the Blackhawks downed three-time defending Far East Division II champion Daegu 27-8 on Friday.
“Not bad at all for a freshman,” assistant coach Sa’Voda Gregory said of Key. “He’s one to watch this season.”
“We needed to clog up a hole on defense and that’s what we did,” Blackhawks first-year coach Steven Elliott said. “We owned the middle, and a big part of that was Mr. Key.”
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