"Is it my turn to break across the pattern here, or do I just hit the post? Do I stand here and block down on my guy or bubble out to get the screen? When should I break into the middle of the field and should I wave my hands like a crazy person to show that I am open?"
These are likely the words running through the head of a person who thinks about what wide receivers do at MacArthur.
The reality is much different, it's not that complicated.
What looks like layer upon layer of crazy pops and screens, sweeps and posts, are not that hard to comprehend. As the lone healthy senior in the receiving corps, Miguel Rosario has the duty to not only make sure he knows his assignments, but also help the younger players know where they need to be too.
"It's tough because all the young guys look up to me, so I have to do things right and I can't play around as much as I did the last couple of years," Rosario said.
The one thing that kept coming up is repetition, and the fact that Mac works their receivers hard.
"You just get used to doing it. We haven't changed much, but we got a lot better at it," Rosario said.