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Monday, August 7, 2017

Essexville Garber 2019 WR/RB Manny Joppich Player Profile and Interview

- Most recent update: 8/7/2017
  • High School:
    • Essexville Garber 
  • Graduation Year:
    • 2019
  • Primary Position:
    • WR
  • Secondary Position (s):
    • RB and OLB
  • Height:
    • 6'2"
  • Weight:
    • 190 lbs
  • Anticipated Major:
    • Undecided
  • Experience:
    • 2 years on JV 
  • Stats:
    • 10 touchdowns on JV freshman year, 19 touchdowns sophomore year 
  • Colleges that you are interested in:
    • Western Michigan, Central Michigan
  • Intangibles:
    • Basically I think I'm much quicker than most kids and when I play wide out I pretty much burn any DB that guards me, as for running back I think I'm very hard to tackle and I think I have a decent 40 for my size (4.6) this goes for defense as well
  • How I play the game:
    • When I run the ball I am more of a North and South runner I like the contact. When I play wide out, if they are pressed up on me I just take them deep and as for linebacker I'm more of a speedy guy that pursues. 
  • Outlook on High School Football and its experiences
    • I plan on having breakout years this year and next and getting my name out there. It is my ultimate goal to play division 1 football after high school. 
  • Discuss the potential opportunity or the opportunity of playing on the next level
    • I think playing college football would be the best thing that ever happened to me, I've always dreamed of it as a kid and now I feel like I have a chance to make it. 
  • Other accolades and/or awards or miscellaneous
    • I was offensive player of the year last year.
    • I think a lot my overlook me because I wasn't on varsity as a freshman or sophomore but I definitely had the capability to be on varsity last year but there were many seniors and I just think they didn't want to play a sophomore over a senior. But no one knows me as of right now but that's going to change. 
    • Twitter:  @manny_joppich

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