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Class Of 2022 Wheaton Warrenville South DB Reece Young Conversation

By: Peter "Coach Big Pete" Leinweber

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Reece Young Wheaton Warrenville South DB Class of 2022 6'1 180



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Reece Young how was your spring season? It was good. We went 4-2. We lost a couple of tough games to Wheaton North and St. Charles North . I kinda of played out of position at SS because we had seniors at corner and safety to help the team. What does football mean to you? I really love the game of football. I’m kinda of new to football. I always wanted to play growing up but my dad wanted me to wait. So my first year playing was my freshman year. I played club soccer from 4th grade till this year. So I stopped playing soccer to focus on football full time. I think my soccer skills help me pick up the game quickly. What should college coaches know about you? I'm coachable, I work hard, I’m a good teammate, and always try to get better What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? I'm pretty athletic and I have pretty good size What part of your game have you been working on in the offseason? Footwork and cover skills. Getting stronger and faster What goals do you have for yourself this season? To be a good teammate and to help my team win games.

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