Talking With Cary-Grove Athlete Wade Abrams Class Of 2022 - Name To Keep An Eye Out For
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Wade Abrams Cary-Grove Athlete Class of 2022 6'0 195
Wade Abrams how was your 2019 season? My 2019 season was my sophomore year and my first varsity season. I worked my way up the depth chart and became the starter. I had a good season learning from all the older kids around me. We finished the regular season and went into the playoffs 7-2. The team had two great games and then we’re going into the semi-finals. This led to a heart breaking loss to Prairie Ridge by one point. What should college coaches know about you? Ever since I was a little kid I have always been a very competitive person. This made me work as hard as I could and always try to outwork everyone around me. What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? I see myself as a very well rounded person on the football field but I feel that I am always composed and confident. What part of your game have you been working on in the offseason? In my offseason I have been training to get stronger. I finished the 2019 season at 170 pounds and now I am nearly 200 pounds. I have put on a lot of strength and size while maintaining my speed. What goal do you have for yourself this upcoming season? My main goal for this upcoming season is to get recognized and recruited by colleges. I want to show them everything I can do on the field. This is because I want to continue the game of football that I love and have played since I was little.