Longshore, Levy and Ayoob all have looked good in spring drills
By Dave Newhouse, STAFF WRITER
Ayoob's week-old high-ankle sprain restricted him to holding for placekicks in the final spring scrimmage. "Joe has done a great job this spring," Tedford said. "I'm definitely encouraged by what Joe has done, and he's definitely in the mix in competing for the (No. 1) spot." And Levy?
"Same thing," the coach said. Longshore, Ayoob and Levy all started for
"That's a good sign," Levy said of the extended competition. "I've thrown the ball well the last week and a half, and opened some eyes. I'm getting things done with my feet and my arm, and trying to prove people wrong who don't think I have an arm like the rest of these guys. I feel confident." Ayoob excelled in a spread offense at City College of San Francisco. "I didn't expect much," he said of this spring. "I think they saw my comfort level in this (spread) offense, and I think I performed well. Anybody could have the job at this point. It's going to be a battle."