So in a way to better understand the use of Deep Dish Football for lllinois recruits and the whole entire IHSA Football scene. Decided to do player profiles of players who you might not know or you might know , but you should respect them for their roles on their respective teams. Every Football Player Has A Story To Tell
Kyle Antos Sycamore DB Class of 2020 6'0 195
Kyle Antos how was your 2018 season?
Honestly, I feel like I could’ve done better. As a team we really played together and did what we were supposed to do night in and night out, but my expectations for my self were really high, and I don’t believe I met them. But, to me that’s just motivation and a step on a ladder to be better and go above my expectations. It was a humbling season to say the least but it really sparked a fire.
What excites you the most about this upcoming season?
Playing new positions and having another opportunity to really show that we as a team belong where we want to go.
What should college coaches know about you?
That I don’t shy away from hard work. I’ll do whatever it takes to get myself and the team to where we need to be. I’m a great leader, as well as a very physical player. I am a student of the game and I learn from mistakes.I play fast and I like to set the tone of the game early. I like to hit ‘them’ in the mouth first
What does your summer college camp schedule look like?
I’ll be attending Illinois state, Southern illinois, Augustana and a few others for camps this summer.
Strongest trait on the field is?
Who is the funniest coach on the Sycamore staff?
When I say, "Senior Season" what does that mean to you?
Last ride, it just makes me look back to youth football days when I couldn’t wait to be playing varsity football. Now when I hear senior season it just makes me think this is my last chance to showcase what i’m capable of and to show how special this team is.
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