ATH Amarian Wilborn Talks Metea Valley Football & His Senior Season
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Amarian Wilborn Metea Valley ATH Class of 2019 6'1 160
Amarian Wilborn how was your season?
My season individual was good a lot of things I could have done better and wish I could have changed . Overall as a team it didn’t go as what we had plan but we kept our heads high and played every Friday night for each other and as one .
Favorite memory this season?
Would have to say going down and spending the weekend at Carthage as a team , getting some time away from everything home and spending time with the different on the team and building a brotherhood and bonding.
Your best game this season?
That’s tough, I would have to say when we played against Neuqua.
What colleges have you talked to?
I talked to Quincy I have an offer from them right now , North Dakota State , North Dakota, South Dakota State, Eastern Michigan, Western, Miami of Ohio, Western IL, SIU , Ball State ,Grand Valley State. And others.
What would you like college coaches to know about you?
That I am very disciplined, hard working , and that I am a player.
What would you tell a student sitting on the fence about joining Metea Valley football?
That’s they would have to buy into what we are trying to build and to trust in the process, and that football is a great game but it changes you from a boy to a man and teaches you so much besides plays and formations. That it builds character
Give me young Metea Valley player to be on the lookout for?
Colin Wilcox our running back . He’s a junior and has one more year left. If it’s someone younger like upcoming in a few years , it would have to be our freshman QB Logan Frederick
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