Meet Minooka WR Donovan Anderson Class Of 2024 - Name To Watch
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Donovan Anderson Minooka WR 6'4 Class of 2024
Donovan Anderson how was your sophomore season? I feel my sophomore season was a huge improvement from freshman year, but there is still a lot of improvement to be made this summer going into junior season. What was one of your favorite memories last season? Definitely by far my first ever high school playoff game against York. Warming up in the rain, under the light, speakers playing music. We went in and beat them at their home field. The atmosphere there was crazy. I still get hyped just thinking about it. What should college coaches know about you?
My main goal I have set for myself is to play college football. I feel any coach should know about me especially going into this upcoming season with such high hopes and expectations for myself. College coaches should not only look for me but also Minooka football as a whole. We have a lot of weapons, all of which are totally capable of making a change at the next level if we get the opportunity. What do you like about playing WR? It’s the most fun position on the field. I always used to look up highlight tapes on YouTube when I was little and I’ve always wanted to be a receiver. What is your favorite route to run? My favorite route to run probably has to be a corner or a curl. What do you feel has been the best game in your high school career so far? Probably my freshman year game against Yorkville. Who is the funniest player on the Minooka team? Definitely me.
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