Steve Moll Interview

We caught up with Steve on his cell phone as he was heading home from a wrestling match. Steve wrestles in the Heavyweight Division. When asked how he did this evening he stated, "I pinned him".

Steve Moll is a 6'2" Offensive Lineman

from 

Central Bucks West High School in Doylestown, PA

 

ArmySports.com:  You are coming from a high school program that has received national recognition to an Army program that is currently rebuilding.  How do you feel about such a transition?
Steve Moll:  I'm excited about coming to Army, it has been my dream since 6th grade. I'm excited that everything turned out to be the way that it has and I'm going to do my best to do help the program anyway I can. 

ArmySports.com: What is your actual size? 
Steve:  6'2" 260.

ArmySports.com: What other schools recruited you?
Steve: I committed early to Army, so during the heated period of recruiting, I was already with Army, but schools like Layette, Richmond, Leigh and the Ivy League schools were recruiting me.

ArmySports.com: What was the most significant factor that led you to pick Army?
Steve:  My uncle (just retired) was a Two-Star Major General, and he introduced me to the Army lifestyle.

ArmySports.com: What part of your game do you feel is strongest, and what techniques have you mastered?
Steve:  I played center and I haven't had a bad snap ever in high school. I consider myself to be very quick for my size, and look forward to helping Army anyway I can.

ArmySports.com: Your teammate in high school is TE, Tim Dunn who is also Army bound.  Did you guys talk about playing together at Army during the recruiting process?
Steve: Yes we did.

ArmySports.com: Is your family excited about the opportunity to watch you stay and play on the East Coast ?
Steve:  Very much so. They will only be 3 hours away, and don't have worry about traveling across the country somewhere to see me play.

ArmySports.com: Congratulations on your decision to attend West Point and join the Black Knights.
Steve: Thank you very much.

 Steve will be a direct appointment to West Point.


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