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Justin Osborn Curie Class of 2021 LB 6'3 222
Justin Osburn how was your 2019 season?
My 2019 season had its ups and downs. Losing some great coaches just a few weeks shy of the season to gaining new ones. Our team overcame and endured great mental challenges, but through it all we pulled together as a team and for one common goal, to win. Overall, coming in 2nd on the team in sacks was a big accomplishment for me too.
Favorite memory of the 2019 season?
My favorite memory from 2019 season was when we beat Solorio 73-6, who beat us out of the city championship last year.
What schools have you been talking to so far?
Yes I talked to schools , Michigan State, Wayne State, Millikin University, and Robert Morris.
What are your winter plans?
My winter plans are to prepare for the next season, mentally and physically, study for this upcoming SAT, hangout with family and friends, weight training.
What goals do you have for yourself in 2020?
My goals for 2020 is to work on my craft on and off the field. Dominate as one of the top prospects coming out of Illinois, which can give me a greater chance at obtaining offers and being accepted from my top 5 Schools on my goal list.
What game are you most looking forward to in 2020?
The game that I’m looking for towards 2020 season is against Simeon. We almost had a upset, until the last few seconds of the game, and they won by a touchdown. We’re always underestimated as team, which for reasons unknown happens a lot. We had a point to prove this season, and we still do. But whatever happens I’ll be ready for them.
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