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2021 PFN Player Profile: Mason Raup-Danville Ironmen @MasonRaup @MBrennan79 @IronmenFball @Go_Ironmen

Written by: on Friday, July 2nd, 2021

 

Mason Raup

Danville Ironmen

Class of: 2023

GPA: 3.3

Position(s): LB

Ht: 5’11 – Wt: 190

Awards:
PA Writers 1st Team All State LB
PA Coaches 2nd Team All State LB

Other sports: Baseball, Basketball

2020 Stats: 123 Tackles, 26 TFL, 3 Sacks
Career Stats: 251 Tackles, 38 TFL, 3.5 Sacks, 2 INT

Twitter: @MasonRaup

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________What is the best part about playing football?
It’s a much different feeling from other sports and requires a different mindset that few people have.

What has been your best memory from football so far?
Making school history in winning a district championship as well as a state playoff game.

Who is your favorite pro athlete and why?
None in particular, but any athlete who is in it for more than just the paycheck.

Is there any specific person you look up to and use as a role model?
Past players in the program whom we now represent.

What would be your desired major in college?
Nursing or early childhood education.

Coming off a year with COVID struggles, what do you think this year will be like?
More fans, louder games, and an overall better “Friday Night” environment.

Favorite play to run?
“I love you twist”

Favorite pre-game meal?
Chicken sandwich on waffle bread.

Favorite place to eat out?
Applebee’s

Favorite sports movie?
Remember the Titans

Favorite class in school?
Math

Favorite activity you do during the off season?
Lifting and baseball.

Other than your home stadium/field, what stadium/field would you rate the best?
Wyomissing

Most embarrassing sports moment?
Voice crack on the field.

College Offers… If so, by what schools?
None

What are you looking forward to most this year?
Having the fans back in the stadium.

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