“As a player I believe my biggest strength is that I don't play just as an individual, I see myself as a piece needed to complete his assignment to its fullest in order for the entire team to move forward,”…
“As a player I believe my biggest strength is that I don't play just as an individual, I see myself as a piece needed to complete his assignment to its fullest in order for the entire team to move forward,” Woodbury defensive end Lance Siggens explained to Scout.com. “I try to push others to play the same way I do. Another strength I have is pushing myself to my absolute maximum effort and having those around me notice and them do the same. A huge weakness for me right now would have to be my speed, after recovering from surgery my mechanics went away and my 4.8 forty turned to a 4.9 on a good day and a 5.1 on a bad.”
Siggens is ready to improve of a learning 2016 season.
“My season last year was a really good defensive season,” Siggens told Northstar Football. “I started both ways every game but around second quarter I would only be playing “the money downs” (3rd and 4th down which are usually pass or punt). With 15 solo tackles and 14 tackle for loss and 2.5 sacks I feel that last year even though I wasn't at my primary defensive position which is defensive end, I still had a great junior season as a defensive tackle and most of the college coaches I've talked with really like my film as a three tech because it shows I can handle a strong double team. For offense I switched positions to help my team because we were at an absolute deficit for offensive line and Nate Bursch was my first string at TE, so I went over to left tackle and Max Fick and I had Ryan's blind side for the first half of the season and allowed Jake to step up in the pocket for the second half.”