Interview: Sean Navin

We had a chance to chat with Sean Navin to talk about his thoughts and expectations coming into his freshman year as a Black Knight. Sean was an All-District performer this past season and is excited about being part of the recruiting class of 2003.

Sean Navin, WR
5-11, 185
West Springfield HS
West Springfield, VA What was your official visit like?
Sean Navin: Actually I never took an official visit during the season. I went up during the summer between my junior & senior years. I spent the day with my recruiting coach, Junior Smith. My parents and I drove up there. I did a series of junior day visits in the Northeast and West Point was my first stop. I visited Brown, Holy Cross, Leigh and a few others. When did you officially commit to Army?
Sean Navin: I gave my verbal commitment in late October. Have you followed the recruiting of other players to Army via the Internet?
Sean Navin: Yes, I have been looking on the site and now that I think about it, I'm the only guy from
Virginia. I am looking forward to meeting the other players this summer. What were your goals coming into your senior of high school football?
Sean Navin: Going for the state title. If you could have dinner with any three historical figures, who would they be?
Sean Navin: General Norman Schwarzkopf, the first President Bush & George Washington. If I were to open up your CD player, what CD would be in there?
Sean Navin: "Fifty-Cent" What wide receiver in college or the pros do you emulate?
Sean Navin: "I played more slot n high school. Actually I had more rushing yards than receiving. I would say I like
Kevin Jones (RB) of Virginia Tech. I like how he came in as a freshman, even with Lee Suggs there and did well. I like how he carries himself on the field. What is your actual size and speed in the 40?
Sean Navin: "5'11" 188 right now. I hope to get up a little more before I report…. and a 4.49 40." What are your favorite things to do away from football?
Sean Navin: I spent my freshman & sophomore year in
Hawaii and really enjoyed surfing. However, I can't really do that in Virginia. I play "NCAA football with my friends. I typically use Army. Come on Sean, you are just saying that.
Sean Navin: No really I do, but I also use
Miami as well {laughing} What would you like to tell the Army fans relative to this upcoming season?
Sean Navin: It's going to be a good year. I hope that my fellow freshmen and I can contribute to Army winning once again. I'm not too concerned with what has happened the last couple of years. I know the team is young, but I have confidence that we will be winning again soon. Congratulations on your decision to attend West Point and join the Black Knights of Army. Also don't forget, Go Army, Beat Navy!
Sean Navin: I appreciate that and thank you and absolutely, Go Army, Beat Navy.

Sean Navin (#3) has outstanding hands as a receiver, running ability from his slot position, and is not afraid to mix it up with linebackers when called upon to block. Top Stories