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Alec Kritta Class of 2019 St. Charles North 6'1 183 WR
Alec Kritta how has your season been?
My season has been really good, our team faced a lot of adversity with injury but we pushed through and stuck together and that’s what makes us so successful, personally I think I’ve been having a great season and am just trying to do what I can to help my team win.
Favorite memory this season?
Favorite memory had to have been the playoff run we are having, nothing is better then proving everyone wrong and just playing for one more week.
What do you think a key factor in the run has been?
I think our line should be given a lot more credit then they are given but also nick has stepped in and ran tremendously.
What would you like college coaches to know about you?
I would like college coaches to know that I’m passionate about the game and I’ve worked hard to elevate my game this year and think that I could be an important asset if I had the opportunity at the next level.
What is your favorite route to run?
My favorite route would have to be a fade/vertical just because its the easiest for me to use my speed to create space between me and the defender.
You one of the most technical WRs, What do you attribute that to?
I think just putting in time and working on technique and rhythm with my quarterback is the most crucial thing.
What does football mean to you?
Football to me is being able to set everything aside and be with my family (team) and being able to compete against an opponent that has the same goal as you, and one team gets to prove who is more prepared. And that’s what me and my team is going to do tomorrow
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