Talking With Nazareth OL Sean O'Hara Class Of 2021- Name You Need To Know
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Shaun O'Hara Class of 2021 Nazareth OL 6'4 295
Sean O'Hara how was your 2019 season?
My 2019 season was amazing, transferring into Nazareth was a very good decision for me and my family and I couldn’t have asked for a better season and school year. Football went well I learned a lot constantly competing with high level athletes which constantly pushed me to be better. We had a successful season making it to the state game, but loosing puts more fuel on the fire for us next season!
What schools have you talked to so far?
I have made visits to NIU, Indiana State, University of South Dakota, and planned on visiting Illinois State, Ball state, Lehigh. I hold offers from Upper Iowa, and Minnesota State and have been in contact with multiple other D2 schools
What should college coaches know about you?
Coaches should know that I work extremely hard at what I do, I am very coachable and am always looking to get better, and if I do something I do it at 100% effort.
What part of your game are you working on in the offseason?
The part of my game I worked on the most was simply loosing unnecessary weight, going from 320 to 295 I have been able to move a lot better and became a lot more explosive. I have also worked on my pass protection a lot.
What do you like about playing in the trenches?
What I like about playing in the trenches is that you get a chance to hit somebody every play, and I also like the friendships I build with the lineman I play with.
Who is the funny guy on the Naz squad?
Coach B is definitely the funny guy on the squad!
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