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Zaire “the Horse” McLaurin wants to be a Chippewa. He sealed that deal today with his commitment @coachEClark @ZaireMcLaurin

Written by: on Saturday, May 16th, 2020


PFN: How long have you played football?

Zaire: I have been playing football since i was 6, this is my 12th football season coming up

PFN: Why did you choose to commit to the Chippewas?

Zaire: I think CMU is going to elevate my game even more and help me get to the next level.

PFN: Why commit early?

Zaire: I felt that CMU was home and didn’t wanna waste time and was ready to make things work official.

PFN: Who was your biggest influence at Central Michigan, who recruited you?

Zaire: The entire coaching staff was a big influence and from the head coach to every position coach which helped build the relationship early.

PFN: What are they getting in player like you?

Zaire: They are getting someone who is going to give their all and a leader and be there to help continue the winning tradition

PFN: What was the recruiting process like for you?

Zaire: The recruiting process was great i enjoyed the visits and camps and just going through it was nothing like it.

PFN: How did the Covid 19 pandemic affect your decision?

Zaire: The virus affected things but it never changed the communication between me and the coaches and the was the most important part.

PFN: What position were you recruited for?

Zaire: I am going to play a hybrid position of outside linebacker and a box safety position

PFN: Do you know what you’d like to study?

Zaire: I want to study sports business.

PFN: What role did your parents play in your decision?

Zaire: My parents were with me every step of this journey and they really help make things

PFN: What are you most looking forward to while playing for the Chippewas?

Zaire: I’m looking most forward to just playing and being part of the chippewa family.

PFN: Who: is the person who most influenced you in your football career?

Zaire: My dad has been a big influence in my football career always being here for me and pushing me to past my limit to get where i need to be

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