Chatting With Quincy Notre Dame Athlete Jack Marth Class Of 2021
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Jack Marth Quincy Notre Dame Class of 2021 Athlete 6'2 230
Jack Marth how was your 2019 season?
It went really well. I started off slow, but that was expected, only playing 5 games my sophomore year. Eventually, I was able to put all facets of my game together to have an all state season and finish in the semifinals as a team.
What schools have you talked to so far?
So far, I have talked to Quincy, Lindenwood, UIndy, Central Missouri, Brown, Eastern Illinois, Drake, Truman State, Minnesota Duluth, Upper Iowa, and McKendree.
What should college coaches know about you?
I’m willing to put in whatever work it takes to be the best. I only care about winning. I’m a versatile player that can play anywhere from a 3 technique, wide 9, outside lb, or middle lb. Also, I have a limitless motor, and I am a very smart player.
What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field?
I feel that my strongest trait on the football field is intelligence. Defensively, I’m able to use my football iq to understand tendencies and what pass rush move to do when.
How does QND look for the upcoming season?
We look really good. We’re only losing 5 starting seniors from last year and played lots of sophomores, so a lot of guys have experience playing varsity already. Plus, making it to the semifinals with a young team only shows what our team is capable of doing this year.
Thoughts on the IHSA Spring Football? At the end of the day, it is what it is. It’s unfortunate, but it’s out of my hands. As long as we’re able to play in the spring, that’s all my teammates and I can ask for. We really hope there are playoffs, too.