Talking With South Elgin Athlete Kyle Corbin Class Of 2024 - Name To Watch
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Kyle Corbin South Elgin Athlete Class of 2024 6'1 170
Kyle Corbin how was your sophomore season? My sophomore season was phenomenal. We had a great group, especially our skill position players. Overall, this team was very enthusiastic and ready to learn and grow every day. This was my first year playing receiver and I think I did a great job displaying my skill set at this new position. What does football mean to you? I grew up playing football on youth leagues such as the South Elgin Patriots and Elgin Bears. My family, coaches and teammates helped to instill in me a love of football at an early age. Football is truly a part of who I am, and I love everything about the sport —— the competitiveness, the teamwork and the adrenaline rush. There is nothing like it! What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? I believe my versatility is my best trait. Last year I started at quarterback and this year I made transitioned to wide receiver. As a receiver, I think my best trait is my ability after the catch and my ability to catch in traffic. As a defensive back, I feel my press coverage and ball hawk ability is my best asset. Even this year when I played linebacker my best trait was my ability to float to the ball. What should college coaches know about you? They should know I’m always ready to work on and off the field. I’m an honor student off the field while being a key leader for my team on the field. The coach that takes a chance on me should know that I’m always going to be dedicated to my team, my coaches and whatever challenges I encounter. What goals do you have for yourself this season? My goal is to get better and build upon last season. Improving my speed and agility will be crucial. I look forward to getting stronger in the weight room with my teammates. Coach Teonic does a great job of prioritizing that for our team. I intend to sharpen my arsenal in zone as a corner and learn how to get even more separation as a receiver. Ultimately, I would love for our South Elgin team to win the 8A state championship. I am confident we have the talent to achieve that.
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