Conversation With St. Rita Defender Raymone Saffold Class Of 2024 - Name You Must Know
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Raymone Saffold St. Rita DL/ER Class Of 2024 6'2 210
Raymone Saffold how was your junior season? My junior year was good I started the season off playing week 1-3 then went through a couple problems with starting week 4-6 but then finally got back to being a starter. Then in first week playoffs got an ankle injury but played through it and was about to contribute to the team as much as I could. What schools have you been talking to so far? I’ve talked to Northwestern, Ball State, South Dakota State, St.Thomas, Western Illinois, Lehigh, Central Michigan, and Jackson State What should college coaches know about you? College Coachs should know that I am dedicated and hard working. I am a very coachable person and I am over to learn new things. Last but not least I am a strong, fast, and good with my techniques What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? I feel my strongest trait on the football field is my quickness and technique. What do you like about playing on the defense? I like that I can hit people without there being a consequence. I also like that defense doesn’t know the offensive play but still has to try and stop it.
What goals do you have for yourself this season? My goals this year is to break the schools sack record and come out of high school with a state championship ring.
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