Meet Aurora Central Catholic Athlete Jake Bianchi Class Of 2023 - Name You Should Know
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Jake Bianchi Aurora Central Catholic
Athlete Class Of 2023 6'2 195
Jake Bianchi how was your junior season? It was great with the addition of new coaching staffing. A lot of adapting but I think we’ll be improved and better next year. We had around 3 games cancelled due to COVID but overall, I can’t wait to get back into the season. What does football mean to you? Football is very important to me and my family. My interest had started in middle school and has really picked up in high school. I believe it’s something to make sacrifices and work hard for. What should college coaches know about you? Coaches should know that I feel confident and excited to go to the next level. I would love to play college football as a receiver or linebacker. And most of all I'm looking for a place to call home. What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? My playmaking ability. Whether it’s catching the ball or gaining yards afterwards I believe I do exceptionally well and feel that it is my strength on the field. What schools have you been talking to so far? I’ve been talking to some D3 and D2 schools such as Illinois Wesleyan and Minnesota State Moorhead. How does ACC look for the upcoming season? Acc is improving a lot in the off-season in the weight room and out, I believe we’ll surprise people this season. Who else on ACC should we be on the lookout for? Some players to look out for are Walker Szweistis, Ethan Waters, and Zach Dineen.