Deep Dish Football GOTW Player Spotlight: Speaking With Carmel 6'3 DB Tyshaun Campbell Class Of 2024
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Tyshaun Campbell Carmel DB/ATH Class Of 2024 6'3 170
Tyshaun Campbell how was your summer? I had a great summer. I just been in the weight room and getting ready for my senior season. What does football mean to you? Football means everything to me ever since I’ve started playing, I have love and passion for the game it brings joy and excitement for me. What should college coaches know about you? College coaches should know that I am very competitive, determined, motivated, hardworking, humble, passionate, and committed. I will rise above adversity and continue to work hard to reach my goals.
What part of your game do you feel is your strongest trait? My strongest trait is my ability to read and understand the play book, as well as having the ability to be coachable. I am an all around teammate and will hold others to the same standards as myself. What do you see in this Crete-Monee team for Friday? I see a solid competitive team all around and I see my team coming out on top of a very skilled team we are well prepared for them. Who else on Carmel should I keep an eye out for this Friday night? Honestly, the whole team we are a brotherhood/family that’s prepared for this upcoming season. Who is the funniest player on the team? The funniest on the team is Jarren Black, you could be having a bad day and he will find a way to make you laugh.
What is go to pregame meal?
Sub sandwich, chips, fruits, cookie, and Gatorade/water.
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