Talking With Top Recruit Carmel's Jay Burton Class Of 2021
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Jay Burton Class of 2021 Carmel 5'10 180 ATH
COACH BIG PETE: Jay Burton how was your 2019 season?
JB: It was challenging, we had many setbacks with injuries, not finishing in the 4th quarter, and a lot of miscommunication between the players on the field.
What was one of your favorite memories in 2019?
Definitely the catch I made against St. Viator at the end of the game. We were down by a touchdown and the coach gave us all streaks and I just made a play at the end of the quarter than sent us into overtime and we won in overtime
How does this Carmel team look for 2020?
I think we’ll be good, a lot of seniors are graduating but our underclassmen look very promising and one of our top players Syone Usma, who was out most of the season last year, is coming back too.
What schools have you talked to so far?
So far Toledo, Illinois State, Bowling Green State, North Dakota State, and NIU
What should college coaches know about you?
That I’m coachable and am willing to play any position they need me in, and that I’m a hard worker and will work for my spot on the field
What does football mean to you?
I love football, ever since I was 10 I loved playing catch and going to practice everyday, I sacrifice a lot for this sport and I worked hard to be in the position I’m in right now.
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