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Talking With Mount Carmel 6'4 OL Bryan Lukaszczyk Class Of 2024 - Name To Watch

So, in a way to better understand the use of Deep Dish Football for Illinois recruits and the whole entire IHSA Football scene. Decided to do player profiles of players who you might not know or you might know, but you should respect them for their roles on their respective teams. This is one of the many reasons why Deep Dish Football is respected in the IHSA. Every Football Player Has A Story To Tell

Bryan Lukaszczyk Mount Carmel OL Class Of 2024 6'4 262

Bryan Lukaszczyk how is you summer going so far? My summer is going great so far, getting ready for the football season. I recently transferred from Kennedy HS CPS school to Mount Carmel and I’m working my way up to the top, Coach has been looking at me and saying I am working hard, workouts are going great and I’m working to get that starting spot-on MC’s line. Everything is going great and I’m getting stronger every day. What does football mean to you? As I played football for 7 years, I learned a lot about football. First off, when I played football when I was younger, I thought that football was just a little fun sport, and I didn’t really try. When I entered high school, I learned that football means family. If one person does bad on the line, or the back, or anything, everything goes bad. I learned that football would take you far, and I played sports like rugby and wrestling, and I learned those sports are tough, but football was engraved in my blood forever and I love football for how it is and every time I put on my gloves. I smell the turf and buckle my pads I get that instinct of just diving forward and not looking back and that’s what football thought me a lot, it thought me discipline and family and to trust yourselves and others.

What should college coaches know about you? Some of the things college coaches should know about me is that I made a huge switch from a public school with no recognition to one of the best catholic schools in the nation, with this in mind. College coaches know that I made a huge switch for my future, and to get offers. The common word around athletes is the word “hard work” but do they actually demonstrate hard work. I’m making the huge effort of going to camps, having 100% attendance for Caravan Tough Workouts, putting my best out every day, and raising that 1% for myself every day, getting 1% better every day. To think of hard work, you first have to realize you have to work hard in the classroom, on the field and more. College coaches should know that I was from a small game school to a new school, working hard every day. My number one goal is to get an offer, and to play my heart out with my hardware and skills I have in my arsenal. What do you like about playing in the trenches? What I like about playing in the trenches is the humbleness and the mentality of being humble, you do the dirty work while the skill players get the pat on the back. But it was really the HOGS who did the job, who blocked and did the job. I love being in the trenches, with these men fighting for one common goal. Defense trying to sack, while offense is blocking. Just the humbleness I love, and staying locked in.

What goals do you have for yourself this season? The goals I have for the season is when I transferred to Mount Carmel, I need that starting spot. Going to Mount Carmel from a public school, I learned that the opponents I faced were not good at all. Then I went to camps, went to lifting I learned that it’s a whole different environment so I have to step up. I learned that Carmel is a whole different environment so I have to step up and I will start on the future

How was the Northwestern Camp? So first, I think the Northwestern was great, first off we did warmups and there was a lot of kids. We did our 40-yard dashes, our 20-yard shuttle, our broad jump and we did O-Line drills and I think I did great. We hit, and we did one on one drills and I think I did great as well. I missed some tackles, but I learned a lot and did a lot, and I can’t wait to attend more camps.

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