Caldwell, who will take direct snaps at times from his running back spot, had his second straight 150-yard-plus running game last week and leads Clinton with 637 yards on 104 carries for the season. Maddasion has run for 195 yards this fall.
And while Clinton still will run the ball most of the time, it still has a big weapon outside in 6-foot-8 junior receiver Brady Ernst. He caught two more touchdown passes last week and now has 21 catches for 365 yards and 10 touchdowns.
Perhaps the biggest thing the Kings will for from their offense in the final regular-season games is consistency. All too often -- such as last week when they trailed 7-6 at halftime -- they haven’t been able to put four solid quarters together.
“Maybe it’s a concern, but maybe it’s a compliment,” Camp said of that aspect. “We want to come out ready to play. Maybe it’s a credit to the team we’re going against, but also it’s a compliment to our kids for turning it up.”