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Tommy Rittenhouse Class of 2021 St. Francis QB 5'11 160
Tommy Rittenhouse how was your 2018 season?
It was a great season and turnaround, from going 1-8 for the past 2 years to 8-3 is a big accomplishment. I felt I had a good season, lots to learn from and prepare for next season
Favorite memory from last season?
Probably becoming playoff eligible, not being in the playoffs the past 3 years and making it this year felt greats. Our seniors did a great job leading this year and we achieved one of our goals to make the playoffs
What does it mean to you to have a Coach McMillen and staff?
The staff is great Coach McMilllen did a great job of everything this year, the oc did a great job as well I think we averaged little more than 20 a game which is pretty good. All around the coaching staff is amazing.
What should college coaches know about you?
I think I’m a great leader and competitor, i play with a chip on my shoulder and am determined to win
What does playing QB mean to you?
It means a lot I can’t think of playing any other position I like the pressure I have and I get to control the field
What part of your game have you been working on in the offseason?
A lot on arm strength and gaining weight. I’ve been watching a lot of film, I feel being able to read everything is very important to a QB
Give me a St. Francis player I should be on a lookout for next season?
Tyler Bishop 2022, slot receiver has a lot of potential, great hands and clean routes
What goal do you have for yourself this season?
I want to keep growing as a leader and QB, I want to make it further in the playoffs then we did last year
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