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2020 Player Profile: Aaron Gunn – Union @Aarongunn13 @UnionScotties

Written by: on Thursday, August 13th, 2020


Aaron Gunn 

Year: 2021 

Union Area High School 

Committed to Louisville 


Jersey # 77 

Ht: 6’4 Wt: 300 

Awards: First-team all-state. first-team all-conference, and Sports Illustrated All-American candidate. 

Other sports: Basketball and baseball 

Twitter: @Aarongunn13

Why do you play football? 

Aaron: I’ve been playing since I was a little kid I just fell in love with the game from a young age.

What has been your best memory from football so far? 

Aaron: Probably my Freshman year when we went to the second round of the playoffs it was a really fun time.

Who is your favorite pro athlete and why?

Aaron: Allen Iverson, he was always the underdog and he would never back down from anybody no matter the circumstances.

Who is your biggest fan and why?

Aaron: My grandma, she never misses any games and is always yelling from the stands.

Is there any specific person you look up to and use as a role model?  

Aaron: I look up to people like LeBron James just to remind myself to stay humble and that I have to always put the work no matter how good you are.

What is your desired major in college?  

Aaron: Sports Psychology

How has COVID-19 affected you?

Aaron: It’s been tough I haven’t been able to go on any visits specifically my official to Louisville.

Favorite play to run?

Aaron: Screenplays

What is your personal goal for this season?

Aaron: Make all-state and win the Bill Fralic award.

Favorite pre-game meal?

Aaron: Eggs and bacon

Sports movie?

Aaron: Remember the Titans, or above the rim.

Sport you’d love to play but can’t?

Aaron: Volleyball

Most embarrassing sports moment?

Aaron: A running back did a crackback block on me and ran me over.

What are you looking forward to most this year?

Aaron: Getting to play my final year with all my brothers.

Favorite activities?

Aaron: Reading, video games, and piano.

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