One of the cooler and more underrated aspects of writing for Northstar Football News is uncovering, tracking, and hyping up the younger upcoming prep recruits the state of Minnesota has to offer. Getting ahead on the recruiting trail of a future potential…
One of the cooler and more underrated aspects of writing for Northstar Football News is uncovering, tracking, and hyping up the younger upcoming prep recruits the state of Minnesota has to offer. Getting ahead on the recruiting trail of a future potential highly rated recruit and helping to disperse their film and get their name out there as a underclassmen is a very cooling feeling as a writer in my position. I also can’t help but think a good one has been found with this newest recruit for this report: Totino-Grace 2024 grad Jack Wojciak. The 5’10, 150 lb. 8th grader is about to enter high school and is poised to make some waves coming up in Minnesota after playing freshman ball for the Eagles in 2019. Wojciak has the measurable and attitude of a future scholarship athlete, and I’m very fortunate to be one of the first writers he contacted. Check out this first-look, exclusive interview with the 2024 grad as we discuss his football career thus far, playing youth football for TG, and some of his hopes for recruiting. Hope you enjoy!
Wojciak: “Well I am from new Brighton Minnesota. I started playing football at 2nd grade. I played running back 2-3rd grade. I just saw how much the QB position was amazing. I love football when you step on the field you forget about everything. It’s awesome! I am 5”9 140 lbs .5.4 40 yard dash. And my max squat is 135 and bench is 80. I threw for 12 touchdowns on the TG freshman team. It’s been cool playing at Totino-Grace. I loved the athmosphere and everyone there treated me well. I also am not 100% sure that I am going to TG it’s a very tough decision to see where I’m going. Some players I loved watching are Sam Quick, Isaac Richards, Patrick Doran and Kristoff kowalkowski. It was a great year but not a great out come. I see myself Playing the Quarterback Position where ever I go to High School. I am very intrested I’m going to college. My goals are to go D1 and make it to the NFL. I work every day to try to make my team better, Make it to the next level and go to the NFL.”
Freshman team Hudl: http://www.hudl.com/video/3/13530543/5d9a0d11c11a7b0d9813d5c9