Meet Stark County 6'4 OL Jackson Saner Class Of 2027 - Name You Must Know About
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Jackson Saner Stark County OL Class Of 2027 6'4 260
Jackson Saner, how is your freshmen season going so far?
My freshman season so far is going okay as our record is one and four, we are progressing as a team. We are learning how to play together as a team.
What does football mean to you?
Football is everything, on the field your team is family, so you must take care of them. Football is a game I love and means everything to me; it’ll be part of my life for forever.
What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field?
I feel that my strongest trait on the field is not quitting, if we are down or up on the scoreboard it doesn’t matter, I play till the clock hits zero.
What do you like about playing in the trenches?
Playing in the trenches is the best part of football. It's all-big guys going one hundred percent at it the whole game not caring about what hits them. We may not be scoring touchdowns or making all the highlights, but we make a big difference in games.
Who is the funniest player on the team?
The funniest player on the team is Chase, he always has high energy and keeps the team mood light and energetic.
What goals do you have for yourself this rest of the season?
My goals this season is to force and recover more fumbles on defense and give my quarterback more time in the pocket.
Who else on Stark County should be on the lookout for the rest of the season?
Everyone should be on the lookout for Tanner Price. He is an amazing player on both sides of the ball. He is a monster on defense making plays in the backfield and stopping plays at the line of scrimmage. He stops the defense from getting through on offensive possessions, he gives his quarter-back the time he needs in the backfield to make plays. Twitter-TPRICE2405
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