Meet Chicago Hope Athlete Judah Mallette Class Of 2023 - Name To Watch
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Judah Mallette Chicago Hope Class of 2023 Athlete 6'2 170
Judah Mallette how was your spring season? Fantastic. First and foremost I am extremely grateful for the God given opportunity to play this spring amid the pandemic. I had a great spring, making the most of the condensed season on both sides of the ball at wide receiver, corner, and safety. I enjoyed the time well spent with my coaches and teammates, because without them I wouldn’t be the player or developing young man I am today. Overall this spring I dominated on the field unlike ever before, which I prepared so hard for all year. I let a lot of folks know Chicago Hope Academy is a team you want to look out for. What does football mean to you? Football means the absolute world to me. I eat, sleep, and breath it. I’ve had a strong passion for the game since elementary school, that has only grown with time. As the years have gone by, football has taken on some deeper meaning in my life. To me football means family, brotherhood, love, life long relationships, and perseverance. It’s a game that grows boys to men, and teaches you more along the way than anything in life. What should college coaches know about you? I am arguably the most loyal, committed, and responsible kid you’ll ever meet. There’s a long process required in reaching certain goals, and I promise I’m there every step of the way. I’m also known by peers to be a strong leader. After being elected team captain as a sophomore, I made it imperative that the whole team had the same goal and were on the same page to reach it. I also put the classroom before everything. Having two parents that were student athletes at Princeton, I know how important it is to take care of business in the classroom. I’m an all honor role student, not just to impress coaches, but to have a strong educational background for my future. What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? My hands as well as my size. If the quarterback throws the ball my way it will be caught, believe that. I use my size to win 50-50 battles with defenders, and as long as there’s one defender on me I’m open. Jump balls against me are a DB’s worst nightmare. I do whatever it takes to make a play and lead my team to the end zone. How does Chicago Hope look for the upcoming season? More dangerous and prepared than ever. We have one goal in mind and that’s to win a state championship. No if, ands, or buts about it. Our foots on the gas 24/7 until we hoist that trophy after a state championship victory. Chicago Hope Academy is a name to know, and every school should be on the lookout for us, 1-8a.
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