Player Spotlight: Ronnie Fouch

Early chat with one of the top quarterback prospects in the 2007 class

Every year California produces some of the elite level quarterback prospects.  2007 should be no different.  One of those quarterbacks who has a legit shot at an elite level type prospect is Redlands East signal caller Ronnie Fouch.  Ronnie had a monster junior season throwing for more than 2300 yards and 34 touchdowns. What is your official height, weight, bench, squat, clean and 40 time?

Ronnie: Height 6'2, Weight 180, 40 4.7 What were your stats from last season?

Ronnie: 2379 yds, 34 TDs, 4 INT, 1 Rushing TD Do you have any early offers yet?  Which schools are you hearing from as of right now?  Who would you say is your top 5 as of right now?

Ronnie: No Offers, I'm hearing from Arizona, UCLA, USC, Florida State, Boise State, Colorado, and Washington. What has been your greatest football memory?

Ronnie: Winning the CBL title this year What will are you doing to prepare for next season?

Ronnie: Get Bigger, Stronger, Faster, quicker release Do you play any other sports?

Ronnie: Yes Varsity Basketball What are your goals heading into the off season?

Ronnie: Just to be able to throw a football at full strength this should be pretty soon considering my shoulder What is your strength as a football player?

Ronnie: Leadership What is your weakness as a football player?

Ronnie: Speed Name some teammates that people really need to watch out for next season?

Ronnie: Chris Polk, Andre Ferguson, Justin Marquez Which teammate do you respect the most and why?

Ronnie: Chris Polk because he plays his heart out What is the best piece of advice you have ever gotten?  Who did you get it from?

Ronnie: Don't think, just throw it. My Dad Who has been the most influential person in your life? Why?

Ronnie: Both of my Grandpas, there at every game and always there for me Who is your favorite professional athlete?

Ronnie: Brett Favre What can you bring to a college program?

Ronnie: Leadership, Winning games What is your favorite thing about the game of football?

Ronnie: Playing together as one team, no individuals, and just leaving everything out there on the field and doing what it takes to win. would like to thank Ronnie for his time.  We also want to wish Coach Kurt Bruich and all of his staff the best of luck next season. 

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