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``It's unbelievable because the other team definitely can't zero in on one guy,'' Herrick said. ``If they do, the other three will be open. That helps me a lot.''
Morales, a 6-2 senior, returns after leading the team with 62 receptions a year ago. This season, he has 17 catches for 320 yards and two touchdowns. Trujillo, a 5-7 senior who started his high school career as a quarterback, has 22 receptions for 309 yards and five touchdowns. Wright, a 5-11 senior returning starter, has 17 receptions for 248 yards and six touchdowns. Bothwell, a 5-9 senior, has six receptions for 83 yards and one touchdown.
The foursome do not worry about who does what, or how often. They work together and let the results take care of themselves, a plan that's succeeding.
``If someone is busy covering Morales, then I'm probably open. But it's fine either way, because it doesn't matter who gets the football,'' Trujillo said. ``I like playing receiver more than quarterback. It's fun trying to avoid people.''
Morales is probably the fastest, but they all have different strengths. Wright runs precision routes. Trujillo never drops a pass. Bothwell is fearless.
``Shane Morales is a big-time player. Whenever I throw the ball deep, he always gets to it,'' Herrick said. ``Jason and Chris just know how to get open. If a linebacker or defensive back locks one of them up, they just shoot right into a hole. And nobody knows too much about Bothwell, but he's a lot like Trujillo - he just finds a way to get the ball.''
The most important thing is they're all dangerous, and each one probably is talented enough to be the top receiver on most teams.
Tonight, the challenge is on because Notre Dame has one of the Southland's top defenses. It will be interesting to see if the receivers can again find success against such fast, experienced defenders.
``We've watched film, and Notre Dame looks like a very disciplined team. They don't make mistakes,'' Wright said.
They had better not. Valencia has too many big-time receivers, and they're hoping to capitalize To regard the cost of an improvement or other purchase as a capital asset for purposes of determining Income Tax liability. To calculate the net worth upon which an investment is based. To issue company stocks or bonds to finance an investment. tonight.
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CATCH 'EM IF YOU CAN "Catch 'em If You Can" is the 18th episode of The Simpsons' fifteenth season, first aired on April 25, 2004. Plot
Bart lectures the other students on the bus on the topic of water balloons. After hitting Lisa with one he fights with her all the way home.
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in the direction in which the hands of a clock rotate from bottom right, Shane Morales, Chris Wright, Jason Trujillo and Shane Bothwell.
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(1) CATCH 'EM IF YOU CAN (see text)
(2) FIRST AND 10
(3) INSIDE THE NUMBERS
(4) GAME OF THE WEEK
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