Speaking With Andrew 6'5 OL Jacob Palucki Class Of 2026 - Top Recruit You Must Know About
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Jacob Palucki Andrew Class Of 2026 6'5 250 OL
Jacob Palucki how is your season going so far? Great! I was excited to get called up to varsity. My coaches and teammates have done a lot to prepare me for this level. What does football mean to you? I love the competition and being with my teammates. I find a lot comparisons in football preparation and life preparation. What do you like about playing in the trenches? I like the physicality of going up against other big fast guys. I like that it's and individual position yet must work as unit. What should college coaches know about you? My work ethic and my commitment to preparation. Even in high school, as a 3-sport athlete, I'm approaching each sport as a way to compliment the others.
What has been your favorite memory so far this season? Having such a big victory over Stagg on our homecoming. I also love our team meals every week. What part of your game have you improved most this season? My form fit blocking and foot work. It was one of my goals coming into the season and I'm really proud of my progress. Who is the funniest lineman on the Andrew team? Michael Fahey by far. He has hilarious with one-liners and perfect timing on when to drop them. How was your visit to Miami of Ohio? It was one of my favorite visits so far. It was really great meeting Coach Patton, the O-Line coach. I liked that it had such a big student turnout. Plus, it's always fun to watch a win!
What goals do you have for yourself rest of the season? To continue to improve and push myself to finish blocks more aggressively. As a unit to control the line of scrimmage and not give up any sacks, and as a team to get back to the playoffs.
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