Good Talk With Richard's Walter Riley Class of 2019 DB
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Richards Walter Riley DB Class of 2019 6'0 175
COACH BIG PETE'S TAKE
Walter Riley is one of the more dynamic safeties in Illinois for the Class of 2019. Ability to make plays along with great pursuit tackling is what makes Riley such a interesting recruit.
Walter Riley what schools have you talked to?
I have talked to NIU , ISU , Ball State , Eastern Michigan, Syracuse, Cincinnati
How good does Richards look for 2018?
We never rebuild we reload, I feel that dogs can make deep run in playoffs this year
What does Richards football mean to you?
It's a bother hood, a family that works to accomplish a goal which is winning a state championship. It also discipline's me as a man and for life. It's a tradition that is passed down through generations of motivation, dedication and sick bulldogs!
You and Sebastion Castro make for a dangerous duo in the secondary,, How do you guys motivate each other?
Day in and day out it's a competition between the two of us. Me and Sebastion are brother we work together to protect our secondary & that's why they call us the Cuban missile and the ponytailed assassin.
What motivates you this coming season?
Honestly me sitting my junior season and watching my team lose first round playoff to Providence Catholic hurt because I knew there was nothing I could do to change the outcome due to my injury and really growing up not having things as I wanted just makes me work 100x harder so I can soon be the provider for my family.
Name me one Richards Player for next season that college coaches need to check out?
Leashon Williams RB
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