Getting to know varsity football players

Cesar Gonzalez, #74, offensive line and right guard

Cesar Gonzalez,  Offensive Lineman/ Right Guard #74
Cesar Gonzalez, Offensive Lineman/ Right Guard #74

Q: Who do you find a leader on the team and why?

A: “[Senior] Justin Cook, because he is always focused and ready to play.”

Q: Are you going to play football after high school?

A: “No, football is only for high school.”

Q: What colleges are you thinking of going too?

A: “Purdue, TTI, and Michigan Tech, because they are all good engineering schools.”

Q: What type of music do you listen to?

A: “Hardcore rap.”

 

Joe Fabiano, #16, safety and wide receiver

Joe Fabiano, Wide Receiver/Safety #16
Joe Fabiano, Wide Receiver/Safety #16

Q: Who do you find a leader on the team and why?

A: “Justin Cook, because everyone looks up to him and he works hard.”

Q: What colleges are you thinking of going too?

A: “Indiana, Notre Dame, or Wisconsin. I am looking for a big school out of state.”

Q: Who has the funniest post game celebration?

A: “Devonte Stine, because he screams ‘let’s get rowdy’ in the showers.”

Q: Who has the best pre-game speeches?

A: “Coach Watkins, because [his speech] is really intense.”

 

Johnny Wilson, #14, running back and kicker

Johnny Wilson, Running Back/ Kicker #14
Johnny Wilson, Running Back/ Kicker #14

Q: Who’s a leader on the team and why?

A: “Justin Cook, because he doesn’t put himself higher than anyone else.”

Q: Who has the best post game celebration?

A: “The team, we just get rowdy.”

Q: What type of music do you listen to before a game?

A: “R&B soul.”

 

Robert Jennings, #52, offensive linebacker

Robert Jennings, Outside Line Backer #52
Robert Jennings, Outside Line Backer #52

Q: Who’s a leader on the team and why?

A: “Spencer Stephenson, because he leads our defense and is a key player who leads us to victory.”

Q:  What colleges are you thinking of going too?

A: “CMU, SVSU; something close.”

Q: Who has the best post game celebration?

A: “Johnny Wilson, he gets us rowdy.”

 

By Jon Baillargeon

Print Friendly

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *