Five Questions for Anthony Corsaro

This is the next in our Five Questions for Indiana athletes segment. I asked Anthony who was the best player from Cathedral on the IU roster (there's five of them) and he didn't say it was himself.

You know their statistics. You know all the obvious things there are to know about your favorite Indiana athletes. Now here's a quick look at a few quick things you may not know in our Five Questions segment.

Today's Five Questions focuses on IU sophomore tight end Anthony Corsaro from Cathedral High School in Indianapolis.

1. Who was your favorite athlete growing up and why?

Probably Peyton or Reggie. I mean as an Indy kid growing up playing football, who else would it be except for Peyton Manning? I supposed it could be Reggie Miller, too, but it would have to be one of those two.

2. What's your favorite place to eat in Bloomington and what do you like to eat there?

That's a tough one. I'd probably say Bub's (Burgers). That's where I go usually. I have my picture up on the wall a couple of times I think for meeting their burger challenge. But I try not to eat that too much. I try to keep my girlish figure (he smiles). I usually just order the Big Ugly there. And they've got great milk shakes, too.

3. What's your favorite musical genre and artist?

I'd say rap. That's probably the favorite musical genre of our team. Just whatever is popular, whatever is going on right now is what it would be. Drake is probably my favorite artist.

4. What do you want to be when you grow up?

That's another tough one. I don't know. I'm in the Kelley School (of Business) right now but I haven't really figured that out. I'm going to major in entrepreneurship so hopefully something that makes a lot of money.

5. Of the five Cathedral guys on the team, who is the best?

The best player? Well, I guess you've got to say Kofi (Hughes) by default. I don't know. Everyone kind of knows their role. I just think the one thing we all have in common is that we're all trying to work hard and just help the team in any way we can.

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