Freshman O-Line, D-Line Prospects

Eduardo Flores Gomez '20

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Freshman year, one of the best and worst years of of your high school career, but for Joe Cross ‘20 and Lach Merrill ‘20 their freshman year couldn’t have been better. These two had what most would call an unbelievable season. These two playing both O and D line, the position most call the hardest working and most important position group. When these called freshman prospects they portray humble features and say they’re just doing their job and having fun while doing it.

Lach Merrill ‘20 being the best D-lineman of the freshman team was always forced and ready to practice. When asked how he felt about his freshman year he said he enjoyed it very much.

“ I really liked how the coaches gave us opportunities to go out at our positions and show them our skills.”

 

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