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Written by: Brian Hagberg on Friday, September 11th, 2020
6’2” 185 lbs
What made you choose football?
I started in 3rd grade to try it out and fell in love.
What is your favorite football memory?
My favorite memory was going to Cal U for camp and all the 7 on 7s we had last year.
What activities do you enjoy outside of football?
I love to fish and hangout with my friends.
What non-football accomplishment are you most proud of?
1000lb club for lifting (Squat, Deadlift, Bench)
Who is your favorite athlete?
Lavonte David, he always has a ton of energy in the field and plays smart but aggressive.
What has been the most difficult part of offseason training?
The hardest part has been not being able to practice and get together as a team. Luckily we are able to have online meetings and a local gym opened early so we have been getting guys in there to train and stay in shape.
Who is your biggest role model?
My biggest role model is my father because he works a lot for his job which inspires me to work and train for my future.
What are you most looking forward to about playing in District 10?
Im excited to face new teams and travel to new areas.
What are your team and personal goals for the season?
My goals for the team are to have everyone on the same page and share the same mentality that we can do great things. For my personal goals, I want to play every down like its my last and make sure my teammates and others take note of it.
If you could have dinner with three people, living or dead, who would you choose?
If I could have dinner with 3 famous people it would be Matt Stonie, because he crushes food and is a competitive eater at only 130lbs, Jonah Hill, because I find him hilarious and he is one of my favorite actors, and Wiz Khalifa, because I have great respect for him as an artist and he grew up in Pittsburgh.
What hidden talent do you have that might surprise people?
I can do backflips pretty well and I would consider myself good on trampolines.
What’s your favorite sport, other than football, to play or watch?
I do indoor and outdoor track and field. I’m a long jumper but also do sprints and relays occasionally. I find long jump interesting because its crazy how far some athletes can jump.
What’s one thing you hope other players can learn from you?
I hope my teammates and other players see that I dont give up during plays and that I played every down until the whistle is blown. Giving it your all shows that you truly care.
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