Dresden quarterback showing no rust after long break

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DRESDEN, Tenn. – Playing quarterback comes natural to Dresden’s Dresser Winn. The junior hasn’t played a full football season since his freshman year with the Lions. “Number one is natural ability,” Dresden head coach Derek Rang said about Winn. “His arm talent is very good and he’s just a winner.” Winn’s knack for the game can be credited to his bloodline. “I think they say I’m the better quarterback,” Winn smiled about comparison’s to his father, Albert. “My dad obviously is better at basketball.” Winn returned to Dresden this year after spending a year at Briarcrest Christian School in Memphis last season for baseball. “To get him back in the program, I think its big for our student body,” Rang said. “Big for our players and big for our coaches as well.” Winn hasn’t shown any rust being nearly a year removed from football. He has 26 touchdown passes and four interceptions heading into Week 10. Of course, his dad still sees room for improvement. “Main thing he tells me is my release is too long. We argue about it,” Winn said. “I know he’s right. I just let it go and try to fix it.” What doesn’t need any repairing is Dresden’s record. The 7-1 Lions are playoff bound and ready to accomplish more. “Stay on top,” Winn said. “Don’t let your foot off the gas. Keep going.”

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