Dilfer on Vols QB commit Salter “This kid can do it all. I think he’ll be a passer first that can beat you with his legs.”

By 99.1 The Sports Animal / @SportsRadioWNML

Lipscomb Academy head football coach and Elite 11 head coach Trent Dilfer visited with John and Jimmy on SportsTalk recently. They discussed his decision to coach high school football, if he sees himself coaching at the college or pro level, coaching kids at the Elite 11 camp and his breakdown of one of those participants, Vols 2021 QB commit Kaidon Salter.

Dilfer on the social distancing:

“I hate the term ‘social distancing.’ I’m never going to say that. Physical distancing, I’m all about that. I’m all about keeping people safe. I’m not about isolating people and not letting them have social lives.”

Listen to that full interview below.

Las Vegas, NV – December 14, 2018 – Hard Rock Hotel: Trent Dilfer during the Kickoff Luncheon presented by Dignity Health
(Photo by Joe Faraoni / ESPN Images)

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