He's tough, competitive and very vocal out on the field. In front of about 300 high school coaches…
Kaveinga growing into a force in the middle
"We want to have consistency day in and day out at every practice," said Uona Kaveinga, a student of the game. "It's our goal to win every day, and we have a point system on our defense that helps keep track of that. Every drill counts, every one-on-one drill counts, every team period counts. It's just to win and to dominate. If we're going to become a dominant defense for this season, we have to take care of spring and fall camp, and we've been consistent so far in spring ball. "We're graded by position as a whole and it's based on effort and technique and the results are revealed by film with everything." The players are even graded during individual drills as well. "Everything counts, so if they catch a ball, they get a point," he said. "If we deflect it, we get a point. If they score they get seven points, and if we score we get seven points. It's a really fair system." Over the course of last season, Kaveinga went through a personal growing period that tried his character like...
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