Meet Maroa Forsyth's Athlete Cade Culp Class Of 2022
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Cade Culp Maroa Forsyth Class of 2022 ATH 5'8 160
Cade Culp how was your 2018 season?
It went very well, I played Varsity JV and Freshman. Playing and being apart of a state championship team was a blast. A lot of hard work, and dedication was put in by my teammates and coaches!
Favorite memory of 2018?
Probably state or scoring 6 touchdowns in 1 game!
What does it mean to you that you at your freshman level were able to contribute to the varsity level?
It means a lot to me, to go out there, give it my all and play my best wherever they need me!
What difference did you see in the varsity level from a freshmen perspective?
As my perspective at running back, there is actually blocking assignments other than just getting the ball. If you mess up any of your assignments, you’re getting took out immediately
Who helped you out the most during the 2018 season?
My coaches, getting me to become a better player and person, making sure I master all my assignments, so when it’s time for my chance, I’m ready!
What does MF football mean to you?
Means a lot, grind, family, and dedication.
What should college coaches know about you?
I have a great work ethic, 2-3 workouts a day. I am ALWAYS looking to get better. I don’t allow myself to get any grade below a B. Also I play to WIN!
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