St. Paul's Chris Ginsler Enjoys Trip

There is rarely a shortage of football talent at St. Paul's, and the 2008 version is no exception. The Wolves run the ball behind a big, strong, smart offensive line. This season, the right side of the offensive line is anchored by senior guard Chris Ginsler.

At 6-2, 265-pounds, Chris Ginsler is not the most noticeable linemen on the St. Paul football squad but after watching the first offensive series, he may be the most aggressive. Paul Angelle spoke to Ginsler after the game about his recent visit with teammate Nathan Quick to the Louisiana and Kent State game.

What did Chris Ginsler think of the Ragin'Cajun offense against Kent State?

"I think that UL rolled on them," said Ginsler. "They looked really good, moving the ball up and down the football field."

How did Ginsler like the atmosphere and what did he think of the coaching staff?

"I thought Lafayette was a great place," said Ginsler. "The facilities are very nice - the coaches are all very nice. I met Coach Hudson, he's a great guy."

There are other schools interested in the Ginsler, universities that would like to see the senior continue his football career?

"In addition to UL, I've talked to a bunch of smaller schools," said Ginsler. "Ivy League schools are interested in me, and Dartmouth called recently."

Ginsler is not a large lineman, but he has strength and quickness, he benches 335, squats 575 and runs a 5.0 40.

Ginsler also excels in the classroom as well, having already scoring a 25 on the ACT.

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