2020 LB Metz Discusses His Recent Offer
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Glen Ellyn, IL
Commitment status: Undecided
Wt: 190 lbs
LPI: What schools have offered and what other schools may be close to offering you?
GM: I was offered by Illinois State recently and I’m planning on visiting the school this February. I have also talked to a few Ivy League schools (Harvard and Columbia), South Dakota, SDSU and I went to an Iowa St. game last fall. I recently got contacted by Duke and Western Michigan and I hope to visit several of these schools over the spring and summer.
LPI: What’s next for you? Do you have any upcoming visits planned?
GM: As of right now, I’m planning a visit to Illinois State and I hope to visit the other schools during the spring or summer. This summer will be big for me in terms of traveling to schools and getting to meet their coaches.
LPI: What are your greatest strengths on and off the field? Or why should a school offer you?
GM: My greatest strength on the field is my ability to tackle and move well in space in both pass and run plays. I feel like I’m a leader on and off the field and my hard work translates to success on the field and in school.
LPI: Who do you model your game after and why?
GM: I try to model my game off the former Glenbard West players that I grew up watching and hearing about. Coach Hetlet shows us clips of past defenses and I try to learn from those guys and build off the legacy they created before me.
LPI: What do you want your major to be in college?
GM: I’m looking to study economics or business in college.
LPI: Not counting any teammates, who is the best player that you have gone against in your high school career?
GM: I think Lincoln Way East from last year had a ton of D1 talent. Hinsdale Central and OPRF also had a few D1 players that were good.
LPI: Who on your team has what it takes to play college ball, but are currently being under recruited?
GM: I think there are several of my teammates who have what it takes to play college football.
Andrew Johnson – Was one of our junior O Lineman who stepped up and took a huge role last season. His size and work ethic make him a special player.
David Lanciloti – Is one of our D lineman and he’s been a 3 year starter and one of if not the best D Lineman in our conference. Dave has the strength and technique to play college ball.
Joe Richmond – Running back that is ready for a breakout season. He has the strength and vision to be an elite back and college player.