Meet St. Charles North QB Ethan Plumb Class Of 2025 - Incoming Freshmen Spotlight
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Ethan Plumb St. Charles North QB 6'3 195 Class Of 2025
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Ethan Plumb what does football mean to you?
Football has meant so much to me and has made me who I am today. I have always been a multi sport athlete. But there’s nothing quite like football. 11 guys all working together to achieve incredible things every play. Football creates a special bond. Your teammates become your brothers, and you become family.
How was your 8th Grade Season?
My eighth grade season is one that I will never forget. I was given the opportunity to play for Ted West and the 630 Outlaws out in Naperville. I was very blessed in being able to play 21 games with my great teammates throughout the tough conditions of the pandemic. I really wish I could’ve played more seasons with them because I thought we really had something special there. The amount of hard work and dedication of everyone is what made our team so successful. In the words of Coach West, “WINNERS MAKE IT HAPPEN.” If you want it, then go get it!
What would you like college coaches to know about you?
I would like college coaches to know that I am extremely competitive and I hate to lose. They will get a guy that is willing to put the hard work in to reach his goals.
What do you like about playing QB?
One thing that I like about playing QB is it gives you the opportunity to make a lasting impact on the people that you lead. All the players on the team look up to the quarterback and everyone is always watching him and how he holds himself. The quarterback starts 22 guys movements based on the words that he says each play. That is pretty remarkable when you think about it. I love the accountability that comes with this job and I embrace it.
What excites you the most about this St. Charles North team?
The thing that excites me the most is the opportunity to play for such a great program. I have been dreaming about playing for North ever since I was a small kid as a ball boy on their sidelines, and now my time has come. I am also excited to have the opportunity to help North bring home it’s first state championship.
What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field?
I feel that my strongest trait on the football field is my ability to handle any type of situation. I can zone out any distractions outside the game in order to get the job done. Those tight situations are where I thrive. I find the extra gear and finish the game. I have been able to do this thanks to the help of Jeff Christiansen and Preston Earl. I have been working very hard on my mechanics with Coach Christiansen and Coach Preston at Throw It Deep since I was 8. I have faced a lot of hardships throughout my years of football, but I always say, “It’s not over until it’s over.” There is always a chance to flip the outcome of a game. You just have to have the right mindset.
What goals do you have for yourself this upcoming freshmen season?
For this upcoming season, I have been given the chance to compete for the starting varsity spot at the quarterback position, and my goal is to go out there and win it. Coach Pomazak’s team last year was able to win the conference championship. He runs such a successful program because of his dedication to his players. If I’m able to win this spot, I will do everything in my power to lead this amazing program to a state championship. Go North Stars!
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