Deep Dish Football GOTW Player Spotlight: Meet 6'4 DL/ATH Richmond-Burton Jacob Peterson Class O
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Jacob Peterson Class of 2021 ATH 6'4 205 Richmond-Burton
Jacob Peterson how is your season going?
Its going great, we are undefeated and this team is working hard every day to be as successful as possible. Personally, made the switch from linebacker to defensive end this year and i am loving it. On offense i’m part of a special group of offensive lineman and also getting a chance to help make explosive plays in the passing game.
How has the switch been with you?
Its been great, gives me an opportunity to get to the qb more.
What has been your best game this season?
My best game defensively was against harvard, i made Friday night drive team of the week. Offensively my best game was against Woodstock.
What schools have you been talking to so far?
I haven’t talked to any schools. Although, two weeks ago i went to a game day visit at Southern Illinois.
What would you like college coaches to know about you?
I’ve played ever since I was a little kid and instantly fell in love with the game. I’m 6’4” and still growing. I am extremely competitive and when given a task I want to do the best I possibly can at it.
What do you see in this Quincy Notre Dame team for Friday?
A lot of size and speed. They’re a team that had made great progress in the past couple years and we have nothing but respect.
Biggest eater on the Richmond Burton squad is?
I don’t know it’s between Zech Davis and myself. If we are talking weird food concoctions Zech wins but if its who can eat the most in one sitting i may edge him out.
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