Speaking With Westinghouse Athlete Playmaker Askia Bullie Class Of 2024 - Name You Need To Know
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Askia Bullie Westinghouse QB/ATH Class Of 2024 6'0 165
Askia Bullie how was your season? My season as a Quarterback was really good, I think I improved tremendously on my skill set and my understanding of the game improved. As a leader it was difficult because as a team, we had a very up and down season and had some tough losses, but I learned a lot being the leader of this team. As a team we pulled it together and finished the season strong and qualified for the state playoffs. What does football mean to you? Football has been everything to me since I was a little kid. I started playing football at 5 years old and I been in love since. What do you like about playing QB? I like that as a QB I am able to see everything on the field. I like that the ball is always in my hands and when I’m back there at QB I feel like I have the freedom and power to do whatever with the ball.
What should college coaches know about you? As a player coaches should know that I’m a very versatile QB, I’m a dual threat, and I do whatever it takes to win. As a person coaches should know that I am a leader, I’m hardworking, and I’m a good student in the classroom. What schools have you talked to so far? I honestly haven’t been in contact with any coaches. No coaches have expressed interest in me so far. What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? I think my strongest trait on the field is that I can make plays with my legs, and I can get outside the pocket and find my receivers on the run.
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