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Meet Logan Ambroz OL Class Of 2021 Barrington - Name You Need To Know

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Logan Ambroz Class of 2021 OL/DT Barrington 6'3 245

CBP: Logan Ambroz how was your 2019 season?

LOGAN: My 2019 season was a great time for me to grow and develop as an athlete. I learned a lot from my coaches and teammates. Losing teammates to injury is never good, and I think our season ended earlier than it should have. Coming into the 2020 season I feel more prepared and motivated than ever. As a whole the 2019 season was a great learning experience and really helped me evolve as a football player.

What schools have you talked to?

I have spoken with coaches from Dartmouth, Harvard, Brown, WashU, Pomona-Pitzer, and Carleton College.

What should college coaches know about you?

The one thing I think college coaches should know about me is that I am hardworking. On the football field and in the classroom. I can perform in any position coaches put me in and maintain high academic achievement at the same time. I am a hardworking and coachable football player as well as a determined student.

How does Barrington look for 2020?

I think we have a lot of strong athletes coming into 2020. Peter Anderson (QB), Matt Blasius (OL), Ethan Potocki (DL), Bryan & Ryan Smith (RB & WR), Evan Roper (LB), and Joey Gurskis (WR) are all strong, hardworking athletes who can make a big difference on the football field. As a team, we’ve been putting in a lot of work this offseason, and I believe we have the personnel, and work ethic, to have a successful season.

What does football mean to you?

Football is an incredibly important part of my life. I’ve played tackle football since peewee in 2nd grade. Learning from my coaches, teammates, and experiences, football made me the man I am today. Football taught me the discipline, perseverance, and tenacity I still use today in the classroom, on the field, and in the community.

What do you feel is your strongest trait on the field?

My strongest trait on the field would be quickness. A lot of players my size (on the offensive and defensive line) are slower and rely on strength. I feel I couple my strength with fast, explosive bursts to move my opponents. I have a very quick first step, and am usually one of the first off the ball, and into the second level.

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