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2022 PFN Player Spotlight: Paulie Weinrich-Delaware Valley Warriors

Written by: on Wednesday, August 3rd, 2022


Paulie Weinrich

School: Delaware Valley Warriors

Class Of: 2023

GPA: 4.0

Jersey Number: #2

Position(s): RB/OLB/DE

Ht: 6’2 – Wt: 195

Other Sports: Lacrosse

Twitter: @Paulie_Weinrich


Why do you play football ? Football season just brings me joy and also, I have always played football throughout my entire life.

What has been your best football memory ? My biggest football memory is stopping a fourth down against Central York in one of our state games.

Who is your biggest fan and why ? I would say my biggest fans would be my mom and dad, because of the amount of effort they put into my sports. They always get me what I need for sports and they always show up to all of my events cheering me on.

Who is your role model and why ? My biggest role model would have to be my dad. I’ve always aspired to be like him because of the impact he’s had on me in my younger life. He’s always there when I need him.

What is your desired major in college ? Civil Engineering

In your opinion, where is the toughest place to play ? Anywhere on the line is most likely the toughest because of the constant contact with another person every play.

What is your personal goal for this year ? My personal goal is to make a run for states with my teammates.

Other than cheese, what is your favorite pizza topping ? I’m a big fan of Buffalo Chicken pizza.

Which do you prefer, Bone-in, or Bone-out wings ? Bone-in no question, Bone-out is just chicken nuggets.

What would be your best dish if and when you were to cook a meal ? I’m nice at cooking eggs.

Most embarrassing sports moment ? One time in football, I got completely rocked by a guy when I tried to fill a hole.

Sport you’d love to play but can’t ? Volleyball 100%, it’s just an enjoyable game. Hockey, soccer, and track also seem fun.

What is one thing you’ve learned from football that you’d like to pass on to future players… Do not be selfish, it’s a team game, if you’re selfish, the whole team can not succeed.

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