Fenwick has been disciplined this year and the depth is as good as Woods can remember.
Defensively, in addition to Rushins and Nick Bona, the Crusaders have been getting excellent contributions from Hurley and James Traversey at linebacker and Tommy Parsons at cornerback.
Senior captain Charlie St. Pierre and sophomore Justice Andrade have been standouts on the offensive line.
“We had 29 guys at practice today and I’m sure there are 27 or 28 of them that it would be no problem for them to play,” Woods said. “It makes for great, spirited practices. We do things we haven’t been able to do in years. We tell them to do it and they know what to do. It’s a nice luxury.”