Talking With Crete-Monee Athlete Chance Joseph Class Of 2022
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Chance Joseph Class of 2022 Crete-Monee RB/WR 5'9 173
How was your 2019 season?
My 2019 season was extremely informative for me as an athlete. I started at running back, had 15 touchdowns, connected with my teammates, and developed a genuine understanding of the game. I learned how to catch my missteps on the field as they happened in real-time and could immediately work towards improving the next day at practice and during my offseason.
What does football mean to you?
I’ve played football since I was in the 3rd grade, so it was my first passion. From the adrenaline rush to the brotherhood I felt with my teammates, football has meant everything to me.
What part of your game have you been working on in the offseason?
I’ve been improving my wide receiver skills at the slot position to make myself more versatile and dangerous on the field. I’ve also been working out with EFT three times a week for skill/speed work and as well as gain ten pounds of muscle through weight training.
What schools have you talked to so far?
So far I’ve had a great call with the Assistant Head Coach of Harvard and they are expressing a lot of interest in me. I’ve also exchanged a few messages with Columbia University and am receiving attention from other D1 programs.
What should college coaches know about you?
I’m the type of player who does the work outside of practice. I’m insistent on improving, so feedback from my coaches has been very important to me. It’s with that feedback that I can utilize what they taught me on Friday nights.
How does this Crete-Monee squad look for 2021?
Crete-Monee is looking great for 2021. I’ve worked out with some of my teammates over the summer and am really looking forward to getting started. Most of the offensive linemen on the team are seniors so we’re set to be strong contenders for the state championship.
What do you feel is your strongest trait on the field?
I’m extremely elusive and pride myself on my balance; no one can catch me one-on-one.