Chatting Again With Deerfield Top Recruit 6'4 Athlete Hunter Glasgow Class Of 2025
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Hunter Glasgow Deerfield 6'4 195 Athlete Class Of 2025
Hunter Glasgow welcome back, how was your season? The season was good! I had a good season but more importantly I had a great year with my teammates and enjoyed every second of it. It didn’t end the way we wanted it to but still I’m proud of how we did join the CSL south this year. What has been your favorite memory of the season? Probably Week 1. As an offense we had a great game all of us were able to get in the endzone but also my best memory from that game was my 85 yard TD. After the game I realized all the work I put in during the off-season paid off In what ways do you feel you grew this season? I definitely grew as a player. All the training I did paid off this season and it showed on the field but also I grew as a teammate for sure.
Who on Deerfield had a breakout season this fall? I’d say our running back Quinn Schimanski for sure. We relied on him a lot during the season and at times if the passing game wasn’t working, he would put us on his back and get the job done. What part of your game do you plan on working on in the offseason? Everything. Routes, speed, strength, catching. I’m gonna work as hard as I can to be the best player I can be to help my team even more next season. What goals do you have for yourself next season? My goals are all conference, all-state, and a run in the playoffs with my team.
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