Liberty continued its spring practice workouts on Thursday at Williams Stadium, holding their second practice of the spring under overcast and raining conditions.
Prior to the workout, Liberty Flames Sports Network reporter Alan York had a chance to catch up with rising senior quarterback Josh Woodrum to discuss his expectations for the upcoming year.
Woodrum was an All-Big South second-team selection for the second year in a row in 2014, after accounting for 52.8 percent of Liberty's total offensive touchdowns (19 passing touchdowns and nine rushing touchdowns).
The Roanoke, Va., native racked up four 300-yard passing games and ranked second in the Big South in total offense (266.8 yards per game). He led the conference in passing efficiency (147.57) and is on pace to finish in the top five in the school's career passing efficiency list.
Woodrum is poised to make a run at Liberty's career passing records during his senior season. He enters the year ranked second in program history with 7,494 career passing yards and tied for third with 49 career passing touchdowns. Liberty Athletics Hall of Famer Robby Justino is Liberty's career record holder in both categories (9,548 career passing yards and 64 career passing touchdowns).
The Flames will wrap up their first week of spring practice with a closed Saturday morning workout (10 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.). Liberty's next open practice to the public is on Tuesday, as the Flames will work out from 4 to 6:30 p.m. at Williams Stadium.
LibertyFlames.com will continue its coverage of 2015 Flames Football Spring Practice on Saturday with an interview with rising senior defensive end Chima Uzowihe.
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