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Nick Grace Class of 2021 Napervile North OL 6'5 230
Nick Grace how was your 2019 season?
I feel like my 2019 football season went great, although we didn’t have the record we aspired for, I grew a bond with many awesome teammates. I also feel like my game stepped up a ton and we are now working towards next season.
How was your visit to Cincinnati?
My visit to Cincinnati was great. I loved the modern campus, facilities, and learning about the culture. Cincinnati has a great football program that has put many elite players in the NFL. They also have excellent academics which I believe is something really important.
What are some other schools that you have been talking to?
Last May I talked to Purdue University. They liked my frame and invited me to Purdue’s summer camp. I also heard from the University of Iowa who also invited me to their summer camp. Then this past season hearing from University of Cincinnati and getting the game invite. All these coaches have been very nice and welcoming but this is only the beginning of my recruiting process.
What should college coaches know about you?
College coaches should know that I'm a very hardworking, coachable leader. I'm also a three-sport athlete with Football, Basketball, and Water Polo. This has taught me how to put the team first and not to take no for an answer.
What are your plans for winter?
This winter I plan to play basketball for my high school Naperville North and doing everything I can for that team. I also am focusing on getting a lot bigger and stronger, along with working on my feet and agility.
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