Conversation With Central (Burlington) Star QB Jackson Alcorn Class Of 2025 - Top Illinois Recruit
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Jackson Alcorn Central (Burlington) QB Class Of 2025 6'2 200
Coach Big Pete Scouting Notes:
Jackson was one of the more impressive QBs at the Westmont Yard Spring 7on7. This Fall he has taken off with his accuracy and overall patience waiting for his routes to develop. One of the better passers in Illinois on the rollout.
Jackson Alcorn how does it feel to get the big Week 3 win?
It was super exciting, a huge win for the team.
What is the excitement level of the team so far?
The team is super excited after last week's win, but we know the job isn’t done yet. We still know there is a lot of work to be done, because we have a goal of making the playoffs.
What does football mean to you?
Football is my life. I love this sport; it means everything to me.
What should college coaches know about you?
College coaches should know that I am dedicated, hardworking, and I will do anything to help my team win.
What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field?
My football IQ and leadership skills.
What do you like about playing QB?
I like all the pressure that comes with being the quarterback. Being able to lead my team in victory or loss.
What goals do you have for yourself rest of the season?
Continue being a leader by making sure that I can be an extra coach to all my teammates.
Who on Central is having a breakout season?
Joey Kowall, he is running the ball hard, making good cuts, being a shifty back, and scoring touchdowns. Helping the team in any way he can.
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