Meet Mahomet-Seymour's WR Noah Crowley Class Of 2020
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Noah Crowley Class of 2020 WR Mahomet-Seymour 6'1 145
Noah Crowley how was your 2018 season?
My season went pretty well. It was my first year on varsity and I had good upper class men to help accolade me into the environment. I progressed each game and felt I was getting better throughout the year. By the end of the year I was happy with what I had accomplished, but I am very ready to have another full season ahead of me next year.
Favorite memory of last season?
The first home game against Charleston, the stands were packed and running out of the tunnel for the first time was one of the most exciting things I have done in my life.
What part of your game have you been working on in the offseason?
I have been working a lot in the weight room to increase my strength going forward and have also been doing speed workouts in the morning with my team. I know I have already gotten faster and stronger and I am going to continue to put in a lot of work throughout the offseason with both my coaches and my teammates.
How does Mahomet-Seymour look this upcoming season?
This next year looks very exciting for us. We have a new coach coming in and everyone is very excited about the change he is going to bring about. We have a lot of returning players from last year that will be a year older and be able to contribute a lot to the team. I am excited to get to work with my team and am excited for a great year of football with them.
What would you like college coaches to know about you?
I am a very hard worker, both in the season and the offseason. I enjoy putting in work and trying to better myself and my teammates. I am good at adapting change and new programs. I also hold myself high in the classroom and try to be both a leader on the field and in the classroom.
What do you feel is your strongest trait on the field?
I am good off the ball and can create space between me and my defender. I have good hands and will catch the balls that come to me. I am also calm and don’t allow mistakes to affect the way I play throughout the rest of the game.
Who on Mahomet-Seymour should I be on the look out for this upcoming season?
I definitely think that John Tyler Murphy, Costen Campion, Clay Hubble, and Braedon Finch will all have a very large impact on the field and will be key to our team.
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