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Player Spotlight: Tim House

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Going into last season Tim House patiently was waiting his turn as he backed up 2,000 yard rusher Terry Longbons.  This would soon change as Longbons was hampered by injuries.  When given the call, House played big, averaging over eleven yards a carry.  Next season, with the graduation of many of this years starters on both sides of the bal, Tim will be asked to carry much of the offensive load as the Coyotes play their inaugural 5A season.

 

24-7: Will it be tough to replace Terry?
Tim House: It is hard to fill Terry's shoes. He was one of the best backs in the nation. I am very confident of my skills and what I can do. We will see if I am able to fill his shoes. 

24-7: What were your stats from last season?
Tim House:
147 carries for 1650, 11.20 average, and 28 td's
 
24-7: What is your official height and weight?
Tim House: 5'9 188
 
24-7: What is your greatest football memory?
Tim House: It had to be when we played Cactus for the region and won.
The crowd was huge and the atmosphere was amazing.
 
24-7: What are your goals for the upcoming season?
Tim House: I just want to show the 5a that we can be competitive with them. If I could do as good as last season I will be fine with my goals.
 
24-7: How are you preparing for the upcoming season? Will you attend any camps this summer?
Tim House:
I am running track right now. I also have a trainer who is helping with my speed and strength. I will be attending some camps, such as the UA, Nebraska, and Nike. I will probably attend more.
 
24-7: What aspect of your game have you really worked hard to improve? What area would you like to keep improving on?
Tim House:
I would like to improve on my speed. You can never be too fast. My main attribute is my quickness. I will diffidently keep improving this by doing certain activities.
 
24-7: Who are some of your teammates that people need to watch out for? 
Tim House:  Zach Timberlin, Robbie Goetz, and DL Tom Ramsey.

24-7: Name one teammate you really respect and tell us why?
Tim House: One teammate I really respect is Jordan Lowe. He played O line and blocked amazing this year. He is a great, positive person to be around.
 
24-7: What are your goals regarding playing football in college?
Who is currently recruiting you? Do you have any offers yet?

Tim House: I am getting letters from a lot of schools such as: UA, ASU, Notre Dame, CAL, Nebraska. I don't have any offers yet, but I'm getting most attention from Nebraska and UA.
 
24-7: Would you consider staying in state to play in college?
Tim House: Yes I would, because it's close to home and I have teammates playing in state. 

24-7: What would your top 5 college choices be?
Tim House:  Arizona, Nebraska, Oregon, ASU, and Notre Dame.
 
24-7:  Who is the best player you ever played against? What made them the best player?
Tim House:
Chris McGaha has to be the best person I played against.
He doesn't talk trash or anything. He leaves everything on the field.
 
24-7:  What are your best max lifts in the bench, squat, power clean and 40 yard dash?
Tim House:
bench 290, squat 490, power clean 300.
 
24-7:  How do you think your coach would describe you as a player?
Tim House: Quiet, but leads by his actions on the field.
 
24-7:  Who is your favorite athlete and why?
Tim House: Barry Sanders because his running style is similar to mine.
 
24-7:  What is the best piece of advice you have ever received?
Tim House:
If you train hard, you will not only be hard, you will be hard to beat.
 
24-7:  Tell us what can we expect from your team this season?
Tim House: To shock some people and to make some noise in 5a.

 

24-7 would like to thank Tim for taking the time to do this interview.  24-7 would also like to thank Coach Taylor and his staff for their help and support.


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