Speaking With Wheaton Warrenville South QB James Sok Class Of 2023
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James Sok Wheaton Warrenville South QB Class of 2023 5'11 165
James Sok how was your junior season? My junior season I was a backup for senior Matt Summerdyke and Kellen Brown both senior quarterbacks, I learned a lot from both of them and also helped with signals. It really helped me learn about our offense and the quarterback position. What is the most important thing you learned from QBs last season? The most important thing I learned last season was stepping up to be a leader and commanding the offense and being a role model to the younger guys such as the other quarterbacks like Matt and Kellen did for me. What do you like about playing QB? I like playing quarterback because I like being the guy like the leader that my teammates can count on me and throwing the ball, is another reason why I love playing the position and I was also good at throwing the football since I was young.
What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? My strongest trait on the football field I would say is my accuracy, and my playmaking either throwing the ball or keeping it and run. What goals do you have for yourself this season? My goals this season is to have a 70% or higher competition rating and 18 throwing touchdowns. What do incoming freshmen need to know about this Wheaton Warrenville South football program? That Wheaton Warrenville South program is a brotherhood and a family and that we have each other backs. Either it’s on the field or off and I really believe that our football program is special and just the history behind it and the tradition from our roots. What is your favorite route to pass to? My favorite route to pass is probably a post corner or an over route.
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