Talking With Class Of 2019 New Trier's 6'6 Lineman Terry Zapf About The Upcoming Season
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Terry Zapf New Trier OL 6'6 280 Class of 2019
Terry Zapf what schools have you been talking to?
I’ve been talking to the Ivy League and NESCAC schools as well San Diego, Valparaiso, Dayton and Stetson
What would you like college coaches to know about you?
I want college coaches to know I care about my teammates and will do anything for them
What does playing on the offensive line mean to you?
It’s the most important part of the team and it’s the part of the team that works together the most on every play. Also it’s a big responsibility to protect our quarterback and running backs.
Game you are most looking forward to this season?
The Loyola game. The playoff game last year was really disappointing but we’ve been getting ready to play them this whole summer. Also I know everyone is really pumped to have another shot to beat them.
When I say New Trier Football what comes to mind?
Grit. Brotherhood. Legacy.
Favorite pregame meal?
Italian Sausages prepared by Carla Kahler
Funniest O Line Story that you witnessed?
After we beat Maine south in the linemen challenge, we all went to Taco Bell with Coach Pekmez and almost everyone threw up after because of the amount of steak chalupas eaten.
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