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Written by: David Burnworth on Friday, July 9th, 2021
Height 6-1 Weight 165
2020 stats 77 rushes 547 yards 6 TD’s
Not since the 2007-2008 season has Bermudian Springs finished under .500. What will it take to keep this streak alive?
To keep our .500 or above streak this year it’s gonna first and most importantly take a good defensive year, we also need to take advantage of the red zone offense more than last year.
Which road stadium do you like to play at the most? Why?
My favorite stadium to play at on the road is probably Littlestown, they always put up a good fight against us and the crowd always is great, a lot of support at those games.
Running back or corner. Which do you like playing the most?
Between running back or cornerback I’d have to go with running back, when I get the ball in my hands I go into a different zone mentally, and of course, there’s no better feeling than a touchdown.
What have you been able to do during the off-season to make you a better player?
During this offseason, I’ve worked out a lot on explosiveness and footwork to get better at hitting holes and getting out of them as fast as possible.
What is your most memorable memory on the football field?
My most memorable moment from football would have to be my first ever carry in tackle football in fourth grade when I came off the bench and scored the game-winning touchdown.
Which loss has been the hardest to take?
The hardest loss to take is always the playoffs or your last game, knowing lots of people won’t be here next year and you won’t be able to play until next season.
How long have you been playing football?
I started playing flag football in 3rd grade and tackle in 4th grade.
What is your favorite part of playing football?
My favorite part of playing football is the team aspect that you can’t make it work by yourself you need everyone to work as a unit.
What is your favorite candy?
My favorite candy is 100 grand bars.
Where is your go-to place to eat out?
My go-to place to eat out is my local Rutters.
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