“I think I have strong hands as I can catch in traffic and extend plays,” Coon Rapids wide receiver Carter Geyer said to Northstar Football. “I'm a precise route runner and can create good separation. I also feel like pre-snap…
“I think I have strong hands as I can catch in traffic and extend plays,” Coon Rapids wide receiver Carter Geyer said to Northstar Football. “I'm a precise route runner and can create good separation. I also feel like pre-snap I can recognize coverage's very well. I'm also an aggressive wide receiver not afraid to put a defensive back on his back when blocking. Individually, I feel I had a great season as a junior. I caught 57 receptions for 569 yards and eight touchdowns in nine games. My highlight of the season I feel was my game vs the eventual state champion (6A) Totino-Grace in the opening round of sections where I caught 11 rec 133 yards and two TD's by halftime and I didn't even play in the second half due to an injury.”
Geyer has a few goals in mind for his senior season.
“I have been participating in our One Team summer lifting/training program,” Geyer explained to Northstar Football. “I have also been attending many Prospect Camps this summer. I'm looking to improve my straight line speed so I can score more. My expectations individually is to exceed my stat line from last year and to play in the 2017 Minnesota Football Showcase held at US Bank Stadium for the state's top prospect's from all conferences. I believe I can do it because I've been working hard all summer. As a team, I expect us to have a winning record and win our section because we've been playing together since 7th grade and I know what this team is capable of and we learned a lot from last year.”