Talking With Joliet Catholic OL Brady McKeon Class Of 2024 - Name To Keep An Eye Out For
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Brady McKeon Joliet Catholic OL Class Of 2024 6'2 265
Brady McKeon how was your junior season? We came up short in the playoffs which was disappointing. But I’m thankful for being able to start on such a great offensive line and to learn from some amazing seniors. What does football mean to you? I’ve grown up around football my whole life. I have several generations of high school and college football players in my family. Football has taught me the true meaning of hard work and discipline. Family is first, football is a close second. What should college coaches know about you? I’m dedicated to constantly improving both athletically and academically. I am coachable and willing to do whatever it takes to help my team in anyway that I can. I will always work hard and be a great teammate. What do you like about playing in the trenches? I like doing the dirty work for my team. Games are won and lost at the line and I like that pressure and the constant battle. What part of your game do you plan on working on in the offseason? I plan on improving as much as I can in every part. Speed, technique and footwork. There is always room for improvement and it all starts in the gym.
Who is the big eater on the Joliet Catholic line? By far Cameron Juricich that kid eats 6 sandwiches from McDonald’s every time we go.
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