Q&A with A Demon football player
Year in school: Senior.Position: Offensive/defensive lineman.How long have you been playing football? Since second grade, so this is my 11th year.Eleven years. Is that crazy to think about? Yeah, but its been fun the whole time.Have you always played on the offensive line? No, actually my first couple years I played like cornerback and safety and linebacker. And then I started moving to D-line.Whats your favorite to play? Anywhere on defense. Whats your favorite football team? I guess Im going to have to say the Broncos, because its the hometown team.You dont sound very happy about that. No, Im not. Im a little bit unhappy with their performance but, you know, it happens.Whos your favorite football player? Probably (Tennessee Titans linebacker) Jevon Kearse. What do you like about him? Just his tenacity.Whats your favorite subject in school? Probably business or English.Why do you like those subjects? My English teacher, hes a really good teacher. And business is just a fun class. It actually applies to life.What do you want to major in, in college? Ill probably either major in economics or English. I dont know yet. What are your favorite non-school sports? I like to ski. Living in the prime place for skiing is the way to go.Whats your favorite place to go skiing? Probably Snowmass.Do you get out there much? The past couple years I havent, but this year Im not playing hockey, so. What other sports do you play besides football? I play lacrosse too. Whats your favorite? Its pretty much a tie between lacrosse and football.Whats your favorite team to play in football? I would say Rifle. Its kind of, I dont know, its just so fun. Its always a good time.Do you have any rivalries in lacrosse? Aspen. I love playing Aspen in lacrosse.Note: In the days preceding Glenwood Springs High Schools state semifinal football game, the Post Independent has been conducting question-and-answer sessions with various Demon players.
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