Our next interview comes from
Notre Dame HS (
PrepCA: What is your official height and weight?
Charlie: 6'5 273lbs.
PrepCA: What is your greatest football memory?
Charlie: Winning a CIF Div III
PrepCA: What are your goals for the upcoming season?
Charlie: Go undefeated, never allow a sack
and win the Division again.
PrepCA: How are you preparing for the upcoming season? Will you attend any camps this summer?
Charlie: As of now, besides the practices
with school, I have a personal trainer which we concentrate on strength and
running technique and also have another workout every Saturday. I attended the
USC Linemen Camp
PrepCA: What aspect of your game have you really worked hard to improve? What area would you like to keep improving on?
Charlie: I have worked on my hand
placement and staying low on my initial strike. I need to keep improving on
keeping my knees bent.
PrepCA: Who are some of your teammates that people need to watch out for?
Charlie: I respect Sam DeMartinis who
plays left tackle on the o-line. I like his character and his work ethic which
makes him the great player that he is.
PrepCA: What are your goals regarding playing football in college?
Charlie: I would like to play at a D1
PrepCA: Would you consider staying in state to play in college?
PrepCA: I know you are just a junior but what would a very early top 5 college choices be? Any early verbal offers?
Charlie: USC, UCLA, LSU,
PrepCA: Who is the best player you ever played against? Why?
Charlie: The best player that I ever
played against was on my own team, Josh Cordray. I figured with his quickness
and strength if you could block him, you could just about block anyone from the
PrepCA: What other sports do you play?
Charlie: I also play basketball and throw
PrepCA: How do you think your coach would describe you as a player?
Charlie: I think my coach would describe
me as a hard worker who plays through pain and injury.
PrepCA: Tell us what can we expect from your team this season?
Charlie: Coming into season people will
overlook us because "we have no line" but I think we will do a lot more then
people will expect. We will be pushing for another undefeated season.
PrepCA: What position do you think you will play in college?
PrepCA: What can a college program expect from you as a player?
Charlie: A college program can expect from me as a player as a hard worker and a person who gets the job done, someone who is constantly working to get better and is willing to do anything extra to help.
The staff at PrepCA would like to thank Charlie for his time. We look forward too watching Charlie develop as a player of the next couple of seasons.