Speaking With Maine South WR Mason Patras Class Of 2025
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Mason Patras Maine South WR/ATH Class Of 2025 6'0 170
Mason Patras how is your summer going so far? It has been going great really just been training for football going to my school camp and playing summer league basketball games. How was your sophomore season? My sophomore season was one to remember racking up 10 touchdowns with just about 800 all-purpose yards and finishing it off getting pulled up and being in the IHSA state playoffs. What should college coaches know about you? Coaches should know that I am very coachable, nice, hard-working and always give my best during anything I do.
What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? Definitely my hands, only had one drop this entire year and my speed helps me score and be a playmaker. What part of your game have you been working on in the offseason? I have been with track focusing a lot on getting even faster and of course strength training like crazy. What goals do you have for yourself this upcoming season? I want to see the field as much as possible and really try to improve my leadership skills. What game are you most excited for this upcoming season? I would say Warren, they are a big rival and it’s always a great game.
What is your dream school to play for? Iowa
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