Q&A with Keystone Heights senior OL/DL  Dan Dodd

Q: Person who inspires you the most and why?  

A: My Dad. He works hard to support me and my family and keeps food on the table and keeps us going. 

Q: Toughest school/stadium to play at as a member of the visiting team?

A:  Bradford. They have a great a fan base and it is always packed. That is a fun rivalry and they have people cheering from the parking lot. 

Q: Which college football team as the best chance to play for this year's national championship?

A: Georgia. They have the #1 recruiting class and should be the #1 team with all those five and four-star recruits. 

Q: What is your favorite social media?

A: Twitter. You can reach out to people faster. I use if for my recruiting. 

Q: What makes Friday night so special?

A: You have two towns coming together to see who is the best.  It is always a lot of fun. 

Q&A with Keystone Heights senior OG Tyler Cumbus

Q: What have you done this summer to prepare for the upcoming season?

A: Plenty of summer workouts.  I have been lifting and running on my own. 

Q: Area team with the worst looking uniforms?

A: Hawthorne. Orange and black does not look good together. 

Q: If you could be teammates with any current or former football player in the history of the game, who would it be?

A: Michael Oher. I love his story and everything he went through.I read his book, the Blind Side. 

Q: Were you rooting for Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors or LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers for the NBA title? 

A: LeBron and the Cavs.LeBron got all the hype out of high school and he has lived up and surpassed the hype as a player and a person. He just opened a school, he is just a great guy. 

Q: What was your favorite movie of the summer?

A: Deadpool II. The movie was hilarious. Jurassic World was good as well. 

Q&A with Keystone Heights senior LB/OG Josh Hughes

Q: Biggest rivalry game you are looking forward to this season?

A: Bradford. Also Hawthorne for me because I grew up around there. But Bradford is always fun. 

Q: What football player did you pretend to be when you were younger?

A: Tim Tebow. I love the way he presents himself as a player and a person. I definitely patterned myself after him. 

Q: Least favorite part of practice?

A: Conditioning. It's not fun, just a lot of running. 

Q: Who is your favorite NFL team?

A: Pittsburgh Steelers. My Dad has always liked them but I have grown to like them myself. 

Q: Favorite sport besides football?

A: Basketball. I am a shooting guard for the Keystone Heights basketball team.