2021 PFN Player Preview: Jaren Brickner – Beaver Falls @Bricknerjaren @beaverfallspa
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Tristan Klinefelter | May 28, 2021
Beaver Falls High School
Class of 2023
Ht: 6’1 Wt: 175
Other sports: Basketball and baseball
Awards: Second-team All-Conference quarterback.
Why do you play football?
I play football because it gives me motivation in life, since I was young my dream was to make it to the NFL. Knowing there’s a way I can do what I love when I’m older motivates me on a whole nother level.
What has been your best memory from football so far?
Winning a WPIAL championship. It gives me such a great feeling and makes me want to do it every time.
Who is your favorite pro athlete and why?
Russell Wilson because he inspires me to play my game. He throws a perfect ball and runs when he needs to.
Who is your biggest fan and why?
My mom because she believes in me and knows I’m a great athlete that is making her proud.
Is there any specific person you look up to and use as a role model?
My brother Dayln, he inspires me to do what he did in high school. He worked every day to get to where he’s at now.
Coming off a year with COVID struggles, what do you think this year will be like?
I feel that it won’t be as different as last year, but I feel it’s going to be somewhat normal again.
Favorite play to run?
When we are four wide and everyone runs a separate route but two go deep and two go underneath.
What is your personal goal for this season?
To get my first division 1 offer, to pass the passing record, to pass the most passing yards in a year, to get another WPIAL or state ring.
Favorite pre-game meal?
The Blind Side.
Sport you’d love to play but can’t?
Most embarrassing sports moment?
My Freshman year when I was supposed to spike it I kneed it. but on the next play, I threw a touchdown.
What are you looking forward to most this year?
Running the offense my way and passing a lot. Trying to show out to get my first offer.
Working out, listening to music, doing other sports, hanging with my family.
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