UofL FOOTBALL | Lamar Jackson's pass catchers seeing major improvement in young QB

03/25/2016 07:00 PM

With three weeks left until their spring game, the University of Louisville football team is focusing a lot on individual improvement in their spring practices. One specific focal point for the Cards this spring is the improvement and development of rising sophomore quarterback Lamar Jackson.

Jackson finished a stellar freshman campaign by earning MVP honors in the Music City Bowl, and letting the nation know just how athletic he his. An early concern with Jackson last season was his ability to consistently deliver accurate passes to the U of L skill players, but his teammates are seeing tremendous improvement in that area already.

Garrett Moore

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