Speaking With Richmond-Burton 6'4 Athlete Max Loveall Class Of 2024 - Name To Watch
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Max Loveall Richmond-Burton Athlete Class Of 2024 6'4 185
Max Loveall how is your season going so far? Pretty solid, we’re 6-0 right now heading into a rivalry game so everyone’s excited. What does football mean to you? It means everything. I’ve had it sense as long as I can remember. Even when you’re not in season everyday revolves around football in some way. I love it. What should college coaches know about you? I’m the hardest worker on and off the field. I went from 145 pounds last season to 185 this season. I ate religiously and lifted religiously and will continue to do that. I’m a smart kid, I study and have good grades. I’m a junior starter on a top 10 team in Illinois. I have what it takes. What has been your favorite memory so far this season?
First varsity catch for sure. All the nervousness left after it. How good is this Richmond-Burton team? Beyond good, we’re great. This is a state bound team. We’re focused, motivated, and ready to win it all this year. What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? Intensity. Every play no matter what. Who on Richmond Burton is having a breakout season? My boy Steve, Toby, Chunk, and Luke. Hopefully me soon
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