"He's playing really, really well. And we didn't ask him to fill [Scheller's] shoes," says Hart, 15-3 in 19 games as a head coach. "We're a lot better on the offensive line, we're a lot better on defense. We thought we could fill those shoes in a variety of ways. But, he's progressing really nicely. All the 7-on-7 stuff you can do over the summer now has given him great experience moving forward."
Sellers has managed the offense nicely. The young starter has gather 12 touchdowns without turning the ball over, so far. The Titans are averaging just north of 52 points per game, ranking in the top ten in the state.