So, in a way to better understand the use of Deep Dish Football for lllinois 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
Max Lynch how was your junior season?Junior season went well, we didn’t end on the note we wanted to, but we put our hearts and souls into football. Summer-Fall was a grind every day for us.What was one of your favorite memories last season?It would have to be winning our conference. The game started off slow for us, but we worked our way into the lead late in the game. Jumping around with my teammates and celebrating after we won was an unforgettable memory.What schools have talked to you so far?I’ve talked to Taylor university, St. Thomas Minnesota, Augustana, Illinois College, and Culver-Stockton. Mostly about camps.What should college coaches know about you?College coaches should know that I work hard, I do what I’m told, I try hard in the classroom, and I respect every coach to the maximum.How does Pana look for the upcoming season?I think we look good. I see lots of my teammates in the weight room at the high-school or at the gym in town. I’m excited to see the pieces come together when August is here.Who else on Pana should I keep an eye out for?I think our team as a whole is who you could keep an eye out for. Lots of guys on our team are fast, our big guys are strong, and we work together like a well oiled machine.What should incoming freshmen know about this Pana football program?They should know that we get after it. We take the summer workouts, and practices very serious. I have a little brother that will be a freshman and this summer me and him will be putting in work. I’m looking for him to lead his team with the examples learned from me and my teammates during our workouts.
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