TWO SENIOR PROFILES AND THE PJReview of COLLEGIATE

ANTHONY FULLUM, SENIOR, WR/DB

1. When did you start playing football?     

In 6th grade for Landon.

 

2. What is your time in the 40 yd. dash and what’s your best bench weight?

 

4.45 and 235 lbs

 

  3. What is your favorite college football team and college football player?

 

Richmond Spiders and Terrence Fullum

 

4.What is your favorite moment during any Landon sports event in which you played?

 

Intercepting the ball in the McNamara game during McNamara’s last drive of the game to win          14-11.

      

5.What is your favorite course at Landon?

 

Economics taught by Mr. Bellaschi

 

 

6.What is your favorite non-sports related activity (community work, art/music, paper, debate, poem, extracurricular activity, etc.)?

 

Attending the student diversity leadership conference for the MSA.

     

7. What is your nickname (if any) and how did you get it?

 

Prime; first started in freshman year by Mr. Foreman and then brought back this year by Coach Armstrong.

 

8.Describe yourself in 3 words? How would your parents describe you in 3 words?

 

Hard-working, motivated, confident. Ambitious, focused, loyal.

 

   

9. What’s on your iPod?

 

   J. Cole, Chris Brown, Drake, and Logic

 

10. Tell us one thing (interesting) that your teammates do not know about you.

 

I have sickle cell trait, so I must stay be careful to stay hydrated while playing football.

 

 

PJ FITZGERALD, SENIOR,NT #42

                                                                                                                                                     

 

 

 

  1. When did you start playing football?

When I was in 4th grade at Landon my first year as a bear

2. What is your time in the 40 yd. dash and what’s your best bench weight?

My best 40 was a 4.9 and my best bench is 235

 

3.     What is your favorite college football team and college football player?

My favorite college football team is and always will be the University of Virginia Cavaliers and my favorite player playing college football today would be UVA’s running back Perry Jones or Wake Forrest’s 5’9 nose tackle Nikita Witlock. But my favorite player of all time would have to be Virginia’s Chris Long

4.     What is your favorite moment during any Landon sports event in which you played?

Our first game this season against McNamara they were looked at as a very good team and with good players and nobody thought would could win. But we came together as a team and we upset them that afternoon 14-11. I also had my best game so far with 2 sacks ,a tackle for loss, a recovered fumble, and a pass deflection.

      

5.     What is your favorite course at Landon?

Mr. Sorkin’s Geometry class

6.     What is your favorite non-sports related activity (community work, art/music, paper, debate, poem, extracurricular activity, etc.)?

Following UVA sports, spending time with family and friends, and sports writing

 

7.     What is your nickname and how did you get it?

Fitzy, I got it from Coach Bordley because it’s what he called my dad when he went to Landon.

 

8.     Describe yourself in 3 words? How would your parents describe you in 3 words?

Loyal, Friendly, Honest,    Kind, Funny, Moral

 

9.     What’s on your iPod?

a lot of Country, Bruce Springsteen, Dave Matthews Band,  and some rap and techno

 

10. Tell us one thing (interesting) that your teammates do not know about you.

 

I’m a descendant of George Mason

 

 

 

PJReview of Collegiate

 

After the 1st loss of the season to Mount St. Joes 24-14, Landon will  go up against the Collegiate Cougars from Richmond Va. Collegiate is a premier private school in Virginia’s capital. NFL rookie star quarterback Russell Wilson (class of 2008) is an alumnus of the school. Collegiate record is 2-0 after defeating Trinity Episcopal and Benedictine (who beat Woodberry Forest 28-19); so Friday’s game should be a good challenge for the bears.

 

 

Offensively, Collegiate runs a lot of shotgun and is a team that relies on the pass. The leader of the Cougar offense is Senior Quarterback Wilton Speight.

 

 

 

Spieght is a 6’6 215 pound Division 1 prospect, and has received interest from schools like Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Florida, LSU, Notre Dame and Virginia. He has a strong arm. is good when rolling out of the pocket and will run if he sees an opening. So he will be the primary target of the Bears defense. Their running back, Norbou Kobashigawa, is low to the ground and tough to bring down. He rushed for 203 yds against Benedictine last weekend.  The receivers and offensive line are good, but the Bears’ DBs must clamp down on the Cougars’ WRs and equally the home defensive front must pressure down Speight to have a chance to win.

 

 

On defense the Cougars run a 4-4. They bring a lot of pressure and use a lot of blitzes. Their linebackers are a little under sized but very athletic and can make some big plays.  The defensive line for the Cougars has a mix of athleticism and size.  Their defensive end Stewart Roddey is probably their best player and is pretty big.  The Cougar defense also had 6 sacks in their win last weekend. This defense should be a good test for the Bears.

 

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