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Pasquale Dellaquila Class of 2021 Buffalo Grove DB 5'11 170
Paquale Dellaquila how has your season been so far?
My season so far has been great. In the beginning, it was a little shaky with 2 losses, but we started to connect the dots which resulted in 2 wins.
What should college coaches know about you?
College coaches should know that I’m a player that is never satisfied. I’m always looking for a way to get better whether it be in the weight room, on the practice field, or in the film room.
Favorite memory so far this season?
My favorite memory from this season is watching our backup quarterback, freshman Michael Cervantes, getting moved up and scoring his first touchdown on a varsity football team. It showed how yet we have a lot of young guys moved up, they will be key players in the future of the bison program.
What do you feel is your strongest trait on the field is?
I feel like my strongest trait on the field is my leadership. Although I’m not a captain on the team, lots of the players rely on me. Whether it be telling the defense the play call or the right reads to make, or getting players to go hard on and off the field.
What does football mean to you?
Football means a lot to me. I’ve been playing catch with my dad and uncles since I was 2 years old. To my, football is more than just a game. It’s my life.
What motivates a Pasquale Dellaquila?
What motivates me is my teammate Ayden Anderson. Constantly we push each other to our limits, train at EFT Football Academy in the off-season, and find ways to get better. Without him, I wouldn’t be the player I am today.
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