Conversation With Mt. Zion WR Brayden Trimble Class Of 2025 - Name You Must Know
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Brayden Trimble Mt. Zion WR Class of 2025 6'0 150
Brayden Trimble how has the first two weeks of your sophomore season been? The first two weeks of my sophomore season have been very great and eventful we are 2-0 and the team and I have been getting better every week. What does football mean to you? For me football means family to me it’s a way to escape from all your problem and worries and just play a game that I love for 60 minutes it really means a lot to me. What should college coaches know about you? I think they should know that I am a hard worker, I’m always trying to learn different ways to get better, and I will do whatever it takes to win. What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? I would say my ability to create plays with the ball in my hands, also my ability to go the extra mile on a play not going down without a fight, my speed which helps me get open on routes, and my ability to track and catch the ball. How good can this Mt. Zion squad be? Our Mt. Zion team can be really dangerous when we are all clicking on the same page it’s a hard team to stop. What goals do you have for yourself the rest of the season? I want to be one of the top receivers in my area, I want to make all conference, and I want to have an impact on the offensive and defensive side of the ball to help us win games.
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