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Friday, July 7, 2017

Clarkston 2020 OC/DT Jason Zoch Player Profile and Interview

- Most recent update: 7/7/2017
  • High School:
    • Clarkston
  • Graduation Year:
    • 2020
  • Primary Position:
    • OC
  • Secondary Position (s):
    • DT and OG
  • Height:
    • 6'
  • Weight:
    • 270 lbs
  • Anticipated Major:
    • Aviation
  • Experience:
    • 1 year of freshman 
  • Stats:
    • Freshman Year -
      • Tackles - 25.5
      • Sacks - 4.5
  • Colleges that you are interested in:
    • Grand Valley State University
    • Saginaw Valley State University
    • Western Michigan University
    • Central Michigan University
    • Northern Michigan University
  • Colleges that have shown you interest:
    • Adrian College
  • Intangibles:
    • My hard work and my dedication and not giving up, even if i'm hurt. My size and no matter how many obstacles I have to go through I persevere. I never think that I have the position, even when it's mine I work like i'm still trying to get it. I give 110% every second every play.
  • How I play the game:
    • Hard hitters, coachable, and I don't look for where they are I look for where the opponent is going, and the execute.
  • Outlook on High School Football and its experiences
    • It's been very fun, but I need to focus on the present and keep working. Some goals I have is to start on varsity for 2 years, and then go to college.
  • Discuss the potential opportunity or the opportunity of playing on the next level
    • It interests me, not only me but my father. He is very very supportive, and I do it for him because his dream got ruined when he tore his ACL in the high school all american game, and was taken out forever. I want to show not only my family that I can do it but myself, and work for myself. I try hard on the field but even harder in the classroom. School first then football. That's how it's been for me, and that's how it's always going to be
  • Other accolades and/or awards or miscellaneous

HUDL Highlights


  • Grand Valley State camp - 7/13/2017

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