Talking With St. Charles East OL Brock Donati Class Of 2021
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Brock Donati Class of 2021 OL St. Charles East 6'3 280
Brock Donati how was your 2019 season?
My 2019 season was a great experience. The seniors had such a close bond that I got to be apart of which was really special. Especially on the offensive line where I got to bond and learn from a University of Wisconsin commit, Dylan Barrett. I had a very solid season with a lot of positives but a lot to still work and improve on.
What do you like about playing in the trenches?
My favorite thing about the trenches is the physicality of it. There’s not really any other position where you can move your man against his will every play of the game.
What schools have you talked to so far?
So far the schools I’ve talked to the most have been, Wyoming, SIU, NIU and Ball state. I’ve also talked to UT Martin, UCONN, Colgate as well as Western Illinois.
What should college coaches know about you?
I’m a really hard worker as well as mobile and athletic for a lineman. I’ve been on a very strict regiment trying to better myself for a standout year, to give myself an opportunity to play at the highest college level.
What goal do you have for yourself this upcoming season?
My team goals for this season is obviously to become a state champion team. To prepare for that, my goal right now as a leader is to get everyone to do all the little things right. Home workouts, runs, and everything you can possibly do. My individual goals this season are to make the all-state team so I can be recognized as a top lineman in the state.
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