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Meet 6'4 Barrington Defensive End Jack Burzynski Class Of 2025

So, in a way to better understand the use of Deep Dish Football for Illinois recruits and the whole entire IHSA Football scene. Decided to do player profiles of players who you might not know or you might know, but you should respect them for their roles on their respective teams. This is one of the many reasons why Deep Dish Football is respected in the IHSA. Every Football Player Has A Story To Tell

Jack Burzynski Barrington Class Of 2025 Defensive End 6'4 205

Jack Burzynski how was your sophomore season? Moving from WR to DE was a bit of a struggle. Gaining weight to compete with the big dogs on varsity is always troubling for an underclassman. Before the season, all my friends would tell me how I would be pulled up to varsity before the season starts, and I knew I was capable but i had to stay humble and hungry. I learned so much about the position I play and I really like the coaches. This season just made me so much hungrier to avenge all of the losses that we had this season. Next year I truly believe we can win the state championship. I am yet to miss a lift for the past year, and was always reliable for my coaches during my season. I would say im easy to coach, humble, hungry and more motivated than ever. What does football mean to you? Football is my whole life. Its my passion. Ive played since I was 5. Growing up I was never the biggest, fastest or strongest. In youth football I had lots of trouble with my coaches since they never thought I would amount to anything. I told them that I would go on to play college and make a big impact in the NFL. I have always been a Packers fan and loved watching their D Line. My whole schedule revolves around me bettering myself for football. Good eating, sleeping, lifting and training consistently since 8th grade.

What should college coaches know about you? I am a hungry, confident and a fast leaner. Once I'm confident in my play, I can lead an entire team to victory. Playing against people who are bigger than me isn’t a problem. Playing against better teams isn’t a problem. I'm motived off and, on the field, to be the best player on the team and the best player I can be. I'm always on time and I never question the coach's logic. What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? I feel like my confidence and vocalization really helps out the defense to be smarter in their play. I always remind the defense to stick to the basics and coaching if we are down. I respect the refs and ask questions about my play to prevent me costing my team from any penalties. What part of your game have you been working on in the offseason? I've been really focused on gaining speed, weight, strength and most importantly technique.

What goals do you have for yourself this season? My biggest goal is for my team to go undefeated. We have lots to prove since our season last year. As a sophomore pulled up to the varsity level I feel I have heavy expectations that I can most definitely meet. My personal goals this season are to make All-Conference, All-Conference Academic, and All-Area. I want to make the biggest impact I can this upcoming year. I want to impress my dad and the coaching staff to ensure they don’t regret taking a chance on me early in my career.

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