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Austin Maciel Haygood Mount Carmel Class of 2021 LB 5'11 210
Austin Maciel Haygood how was your 2018 season?
My 2018 season went very well. I got the opportunity to move up to Varsity and learn a lot from my coaches. We made it to the semi final state game where we unfortunately lost.
Favorite memory of 2018?
Beating highly favored East St. Louis in the state play offs.
How has your summer college camp season been so far?
I’ve had a some personal invites and I will be attending a few of them this summer.
What schools have you talked to so far?
As of right now I talked to some small D2 schools and some Ivy League schools.
What should college coaches know about you?
College coaches should know that I’m a student first, I’ve had high honors for two years. Secondly they should know that I have great work ethic. Over the winter and summer I hit the weight room almost every day and attend speed training. They should also know I’m a two sport and play rugby where I’m a two time MVP and first team all conference in that as well.Finally college coaches should know that I strive to be number one in everything I do.
Your strongest trait on the field is?
Natural instinct to always be by the ball
What do you like about playing on defense?
I love hitting
What part of your game have you been trying to improve in the offseason?
Over the off-season I’ve been trying to work on speed and pass coverage
What goals do you have for yourself this upcoming season?
My goals for next year are 6-8 tackles a game, win the state championship , and to receive my first offer.
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