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2022 PFN Player Spotlight: Andrew Witter – Big Spring

Written by: on Monday, August 15th, 2022

 

Andrew Witter

Big Spring High School 

Class of 2023 

Wide receiver, strong safety, outside linebacker 

Ht: 6’1 Wt: 180 


Why do you play football? 

I play football for the thrill of being under the lights and the tight bond you make with your teammates throughout the years.

What has been your best memory?

My best memory was in eighth grade when I scored four touchdowns in one game. Three of them were receiving touchdowns and one punt return.

Who is your biggest fan and why?

My biggest fan would have to be my girlfriend Leah Youtzy. Although she attends Northern High School, she comes to every game she can and is always supportive of my career.

Who is your biggest role model? 

My biggest role model as a kid was Antonio Brown which is the reason I am number 84. However, now would have to be my skills coach Matt Eisenberg as he’s the reason I am who I am today.

What is your desired major in college? 

My desired major in college would have to be either architecture or criminal justice.

In your opinion, where is the toughest place to play? 

In my opinion, the toughest place to play position-wise would have to be MLB and QB for both positions you must know every play and how to analyze the field.

What is your personal goal for this year? 

My personal goal is to have 500 yards receiving and five touchdowns however I would love to break the single-season reviving yards record set by my coach Matt Eisenberg.

Is a hot dog a sandwich? 

A hotdog is most definitely NOT a sandwich, it is in its own category.

Sport you’d love to play but can’t? 

A sport I would love to play but my school does not carry, is men’s volleyball. I play volleyball pretty regularly outside of school and sports and I would love to play it as a sport.

Most embarrassing sports moment?

The most embarrassing sports moment for me would have to be in fifth-grade playing flag football, I caught a pass and was running wide open down the field, and around the 10-yard line my shorts fell to my ankles and I tumbled on the 1-yard line.

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