Talking With Quincy Notre Dame Athlete Wyatt Mueller Class Of 2025
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Wyatt Mueller Quincy Notre Dame Athlete Class Of 2025 6'1 175
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Wyatt Mueller how was your sophomore season? My sophomore season was a huge success. I learned a lot about myself throughout the year and got better each game. I feel that I played the best I could. It was also my first time playing at the varsity level. We had a 5-5 record and lost first round of the playoffs to Macomb. Overall I think it was a good season. What does football mean to you? Football is one of the best things to ever come into my life. I wake up everyday and live to become a better football player. I love working on my skills in the offseason to make myself better. You could say I’m obsessed with it. Playing football also means having fun times with my teammates and coaches. What should college coaches know about you? College coaches should know that I’ll be the hardest worker in the room. They should know that I’m always striving to better my best. College coaches should also know that I have a 3.66 GPA. What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? My ability to read the field and make plays on the ball with my range. What part of your game do you plan on working on in the offseason? Man coverage and catching. Also my speed.
What are your goals for yourself next season? My goals are to lead my team in the best ways that I can. I want to have 5 interceptions and 60+ tackles on defense. I also want to receive my first college offer.
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